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Santiago Ortiz interviewed by Greg Smith

hipercontrol_3.jpg“Last week I posted an involved review of Santiago Ortiz’s 6pli project. I was really captivated by the manner in which this application allowed for the navigation of a link database through the social bookmarking service del.icio.us. Santiago and I exchanged a few emails and I decided he would be an ideal first participant in a new series of interviews which will be published here on Serial Consign over the coming months. A member of the Barcelona based Bestiario collective, Santiago is currently based in Lisbon. Over the last several years Santiago has developed an impressive portfolio of imaginative and dynamic software art which explores a number of contemporary paradigms. I first found out about his work through the Sound and Energy suite of “interface instruments” which includes the delightful Sound Sticky Elastical Structure … Santiago has been kind enough to talk about his work, so without further ado…” Continue reading at Serial Consign.


Jul 27, 17:51
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The Yes Men on PBS

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Friday July 20, 2007 – BILL MOYERS JOURNAL


Jul 27, 17:02
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Live Stage: Inhabiting the Cultural Imaginary [au Sydney]

icinema.jpgInhabiting the Cultural Imaginary :: September 18, 2007 :: Scientia, The iCinema Centre for Interactive Cinema Research, Sydney.

Keynote speakers: Prof. Lev Manovich, Prof. Sean Cubitt, Prof. Johannes Goebel :: Key themes: Immersive Visualization; Distributed Interfaces; Theories of Interactive Narrative; Digital Cultures and Heritage; Technologies; Tools :: This symposium focuses attention on new virtual heritage and electronic art research applied to the Advanced Visualisation Interactive Environment (AVIE), at iCinema. Internationally acclaimed theorists and practitioners will demonstrate the unprecedented advances in immersive and narrative exchange between human & place, human & machine agent, human & human that such a virtual platform—its operating infrastructure and software—allows for. Continue reading


Jul 27, 16:20
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Trace Evidence by osseus labyrint [us Los Angeles]

osseus_labyrint.jpgBert Green Fine Art is very pleased to present Trace Evidence, a survey of osseus labyrint, whose presence on the global art scene since the early 1990s has made a significant impact on performative art :: Through August 18, 2007 :: Live performances: August 4 and 18 at 8 pm :: 102 West 5th Street, LA :: Also, FREE osseus labyrint LABORATORY.

osseus labyrint is a laboratory of engineered and random mutations, an ongoing series of experiments manifesting billions of years of evolutionary data, matter and energy. Founded in 1989 by Hannah Sim and Mark Steger and known primarily as a performing entity, osseus labyrint is a collaborative forum which has generated creative work in multiple media including set/installation, film/video, graphics, text and internet content. Continue reading


Jul 27, 15:58
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Choreographing Space [us NYC]

choreospace.jpgChoreographing Space by Eva Perez de Vega Steele and Ian Gordon :: 145 Nassau Street, Manhattan, NY :: August 25 – September 15, 2007 :: Installation: Thursdays 12-7pm; Fridays 6-8pm; Saturdays 12-7pm; Performances: Saturdays 7pm :: FREE.

Choreographing Space is an interdisciplinary collaboration that explores the intersection of architecture, dance, and moving image. By enveloping the interior space at 145 Nassau with an interactive mesh capable of transformation, the project becomes both architectural space and performance event that engages dance performers and viewers, oscillating between static and dynamic states. Continue reading


Jul 27, 12:25
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VIDA 10.0: Call for Entries

vida10.jpgVIDA 10.0: International Competition on Art and Artificial Life :: Project Submission: September 17-October 22, 2007 :: Jury: November 7-9, 2007.

Fundación Telefónica is attempting to promote the convergence of Art, Science and Technology by holding an international competition which rewards those works of art developed using Artificial Life technologies. At previous editions, prizes were given to art projects created with robots, electronic avatars, chaotic algorithms, knowbots, cellular automatons, computer viruses, virtual ecologies which evolve by interacting with the participant and works which delve into social aspects of Artificial Life. Continue reading


Jul 27, 12:15
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Live Stage: Upgrade! New York [us NY]

upgrade_new_york.jpgUpgrade! New York: Free Media with Graham Harwood + Picture New York :: July 31, 7:30 PM :: Eyebeam, art and technology center :: 540 West 21st Street, New York City, New York, 10011.

Join us for a special Upgrade! this Tuesday with Graham Harwood, who will talk about his work on the MediaShed / Eyebeam collaboration to create Gearbox, an open source tool kit for editors and media makers of all skill levels. MediaShed have been working together with the Eyebeam Production Lab Fellows Jeff Crouse, Evan Harper, Geraldine Juarez, and Chris Sugrue to create Gearbox. Harwood will discuss this and other “free-media” projects that re-purpose publicly accessible materials and equipment for creative expression. Continue reading


Jul 27, 11:31
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Jealous of your Avatar?

jealous.jpgWelcome to Woman in her 50s’ Anatomy On-line, the place for interactive and educational views of the woman in her 50s’ body. It is Regina Pinto’s new work, a book of 14 plates where she worked with photos and movies of her own body, all of them done by the artist (except the movie “Twist Again”). It can be a little bit depressive but has much sense of humor. I would like to receive your comments about it.

Keywords: Woman in her 50s, Body, Avatar, Second Life, Anatomy, Health, Finitude, Red, Black, Twist Again.

Requires: Flash player & Quicktime, the better resolution is 1024 X 768 and it is working very well in Firefox. Only one of the files is very big – the Quicktime which has +- 7 MB, the other files are all less than 1 MB.


Jul 26, 19:19
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Live Stage: Panhandling for Reparations [us USA]

reparations.jpgNational Day of Panhandling for Reparations: UPDATE! As of October 8, 65 People in 21 States and 3 Countries will Panhandle for Reparations (see list below for people performing in your city). 101 people signed up on Facebook event in support of this day. 3 people named “damali” among panhandlers.

October 10, 2007 – People all across the United States will take an hour or two to sit in a range of locations in our communities: outside of businesses, libraries, museums, art galleries, or on busy street corners. We will wear signs reminding passersby of the history of slavery in the United States. Continue reading


Jul 26, 13:56
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Live Stage: Upgrade! Tel Aviv-Jerusalem [il Israel]

upgrade_telaviv.jpgUpgrade! Tel Aviv-Jerusalem :: Aaron Sprecher (Open Source Architecture) and Yasha Grobman (Technion) [The lectures will be in English and Hebrew] :: August 7, 2007 – 7:30 :: @ DAILA, Shlomzion HaMalka 4, Jerusalem :: Free.

n-coding realities by Aaron Spreche :: The nature of information has experienced a great mutation during the past century. The advent of information sciences and its insinuation in every domain of human research has led to a reconfiguration of our perception on nature and human production. This reconfiguration epitomizes the current fusion of knowledge that exemplifies digital architectural research. Continue reading


Jul 26, 11:08
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