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Cultural Control and Policy on Dance in Asia-Pacific Region

asia2.jpg[posted by Yukihiko YOSHIDA] Archive/Database: Publication and Material list for Cultural Control and Policy on Dance in Asia-Pacific Region :: Call for Participation and Partners :: Yaping Chen, PhD (Taiwan) :: Yukihiko YOSHIDA (Japan) :: The study in cultural control and policy would be an important field in dance research now, especially when we analyze the development of dance in Asia Pacific Region. Hence, a multi-lingual online archive serving as an exchange platform for research materials will greatly enhance cross-cultural research and understanding of this specific subject. Continue reading


Jul 27, 14:45
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Transubstantiate: Disruptive Innovation

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Call for Submissions

Transubstantiate: a peer-reviewed, online journal for performance technologies praxis :: Call for submissions :: Deadline: November 1, 2006 :: Transubstantiate welcomes submissions for its inaugural issue on the theme of Disruptive Innovation. We seek examples of new thinking and practice that overturn and / or reassess existing performance technology praxis. Submissions may be presented as papers, reviews, audio, visuals (stills / video) and code. Authors may use multiple formats in a single submission.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: * Networked performance * Disruptive innovations & discourse * Pedagogy, ontologies and epistemologies * Choreography for iPod. Choreographies for iPod must be specifically devised works and may take the form of: * Video / stills * Audio description / instructions * Text description / instructions * Soundscore with text description / instructions. Continue reading


Jul 27, 14:33
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MOBILE/ IMMOBILIZED: Art, biotechnologies & (Dis)abilities

Call for Papers

MOBILE / IMMOBILIZED: Art, biotechnologies & (Dis)abilities :: Call for Papers for the colloquium :: Montréal, October 2007 :: Please submit, to the Centre Interuniversitaire en arts médiatiques :: gram[at]uqam.ca :: a short biography (15 lines) :: an abstract of 250 words maximum :: before September 1, 2006.

A human being would lack nothing, if one were to admit that there are a thousand ways to live. – Canguilhem :: Following the activities that took place within the framework of two colloquia, “Interfaces et Sensoralité” (2003) and “Arts & Biotechnologies” (2004), and based on the work with the handicapped conducted, over several years, by the group at Cyprès in Marseille, we believe it is opportune to provide a site for insightful reflections on questions relating to (dis)abilities. At the intersection of several contemporary art projects, bioscientific research and technological innovations, the notion of deficiency seems to be one of the most fertile and troubling forces. It certainly has a pronounced affect on the experimental art scene, where it generates a significant array of creative, phantasmagorical and symbolic artworks. Continue reading


Jul 27, 13:32
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Emergences 2006 Festival

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New Artistic Forms and New Media

Emergences 2006 Festival: New Artistic Forms and New Media :: September 29th – October 1, 2006 :: Maison de la Villette :: Performances | Concerts | Installations | Shows | Conferences | Works in progress :: International festival dedicted to electronic cultures and emerging artistic forms, Emergence brings together, ever year in Paris, French and international actors in digital creation (cultural centers, art groups, research labs, multimedia production firms…) all gathered around a prolific and international artistic program at the crossroad between performing & visual arts, multimedia, design, architecture and electronic music.

Every couple of years, Emergences takes part in the biennal Villette Numérique event. This year, video game is the spearhead of Villette numerique which is to happen at the Cité des sciences et de l’industrie (all to know about video games: history of, demonstrations, displays, meeting and debates), at la Géode (movies and musics with 180°) and at la Maison de la Villette (Emergences festival). Continue reading


Jul 27, 09:29
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Arte Digital Rosario 2006 – Muestra01

rosario.jpgCall for entries: Rattlesnake Productora Independiente invites you to Arte Digital Rosario 2006 muestra 01, happening on November 16/17/18.

This event will take place both on and offline. The online part will be held at:
http://www.rattlesnakeproductora.com. This will be online on 25 july and it will remain online.

The offline part will be shown at The Center of Contemporary Expressions in Rosario / Argentina. The categories available for submitting projects are the following: Continue reading


Jul 27, 09:25
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“Remote” by Kraft and Purver

remote.jpgRemote: a multimedia performance by Kraft and Purver :: When: Aug. 3-12, 2006 (Thurs, Fri, Sat @ 8pm) :: Where: CounterPULSE, 1310 Mission St. (at 9th), San Francisco :: Reservations: (415) 435-7552 :: How Much: $12-15 weekend of 3rd, $15-20 weekend of 10th.

The further you are, the closer I feel to you… please, stay away” – Remote :: In a time where traditional intelligence networks seem to have failed, and where “faith-based” decisions challenge scientific “objectivity”, this new multimedia theatre project by award winners Kraft + Purver weaves live video manipulation with theater to blur the lines between reality and perception.

Both hilarious and revealing, Remote draws from factual research into bizarre experiments in psychic spying performed by the U.S. military and the CIA, and also from the impact of communications technology on the nature of relationships, and takes an unconventional look at our attempts to connect and control while still paradoxically maintaining a safe distance. Continue reading


Jul 26, 18:55
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Ars Virtua

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The Second Life Landscape Initiative

A landscape comprises the visible features of an area of land, including physical elements such as landforms, living elements of flora and fauna, abstract elements such as lighting and weather conditions, and human elements…” — wikipedia

The landscape is well understood in real-space as a driving force of the economy, an inspiration and a refuge. Ars Virtua is proud to present The Second Life Landscape Initiative. In this exhibit we are testing the boundaries of translation and connection. What happens to our relationship with the environment when we enter the synthetic world?

We examine four plots of land through data, analysis, visual imagery and prose. We then ask the viewer to engage the landscape and form their own memories and associations. Continue reading


Jul 26, 18:01
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Anne Galloway

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Technosocial Screens

I’ll be giving a keynote address at next month’s BNMI Interactive Screen – Margins: Media: Migrations workshop & summit.

Technosocial Screens: Mobilities, Communities, Citizenships: screen, v. to show, or hide from view; to sift or separate; to shelter or protect

New interactive technologies promise to reconfigure relations between producers and consumers, public and private, physical and digital, local and global – and in these shifting scenarios the screen takes on a multitude of roles. Not only are screens changing size and resolution, some are becoming softer and more flexible, and others are disappearing entirely. Some screens offer a bird’s-eye view of the world that we can hold in our hands, and others tell us where we are – or could be – at any given moment. Whatever the type of screen, we can be sure of one thing: people, places, objects and ideas are being screened at the same time.
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Jul 26, 17:42
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Digital Performance Institute

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Open Call: Artist Residency Program

Gertrude Stein Repertory Theatre (GSRT)Â’s mission supports technological innovation in the performing arts. Following that focus, GSRTÂ’s Digital Performance Institute (DPI) encourages arts experimentation & the thoughtful use of emerging technology & media tools. GSRT is performance oriented, but DPI exists as a think-tank for experimentation beyond discipline boundaries. To this end, we are pleased to announce an open call for applications to the DPI Artist Residency Program, which will provide artists with free access to rehearsal & meeting space, equipment, and media creation facilities. The residency also offers opportunities for pubic showings and consultation from other media artists.

Through our artist residency program, DPI aims to provide a context for working in experimental ways with new media. The residency program is not focused on the creation of full productions, but on experimentation. By providing artists with more time to develop the media component of their work, we hope to encourage a greater dialogue about the intersection of technology and performance. A key component of the residency program is that artists share their discoveries with their peers through public Open Labs and on DigitalPerformance.org.
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Jul 26, 17:30
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UPGRADE! BOSTON:

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New Media and the Poetics of Communication

UPGRADE! BOSTON: New Media and the Poetics of Communication :: WHEN: August 1, 7:30-9:30 p.m. :: WHERE: Art Interactive, 130 Bishop Allen Drive, at the corner of Prospect Street, Cambridge. Free parking in the lot on the corner or take the T to Central Square and walk 1 block.

Adam Brown (Oklahoma, US), Martha Carrer Cruz Gabriel (Brazil) and Michael Takeo Magruder (UK) — all exhibiting at SIGGRAPH2006, Boston (July 30 to August 3) — will present their work and participate in an informal discussion; Bonnie Mitchell, SIGGRAPH2006 Art Gallery: Intersections Chair will moderate. Continue reading


Jul 26, 16:44
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