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Residency Program for Web Art Production

Residency Program for Web Art Production :: CALL FOR PROJECTS – SUBMISSION DEADLINE : JANUARY 15, 2010.

For over 10 years Agence TOPO has created and produced web art works with artists from diverse horizons whose practices and contents lend themselves to multimedia writing. Over the course of the year 2010, Agence TOPO will produce a set of web projects that incorporate a performative aspect and which explore the links between the screen and the off-screen: poetry readings and interpretations, participative performances, interactive arrangements/devices, etc. These projects are a follow-up in the series Sortir de l’écran/Spoken Screen, begun in 2007 with Laboratoire NT2 of the Université du Québec à Montréal. Continue reading


Nov 27, 20:36
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In the Beginning: Artists Respond to Genesis [us NYC]

In the Beginning: Artists Respond to Genesis with Shirley Shor, Alan Berliner, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Matthew Ritchie and Ben Rubin :: November 22, 2009 – February 28, 2010 :: Yeshiva University Museum at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, NYC.

Shirley Shor uses computer technology to create vibrantly colored digital worlds that are both mesmerizing and powerful. Often integrating these animations into sculptural environments, Shor provides a context and narrative to her computer-generated patterns. In The Well, Shor considers how biblical language manifests itself in everyday language — the casual and personal writing that is ubiquitous on the Web. In the center of the room is a watering well—the social meeting place in biblical stories, and a metaphor for the network of online communities and information exchange in contemporary times. Continue reading


Nov 18, 21:18
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Mark Amerika: Unreal Time [gr Athens]

Mark Amerika: Unreal Time :: until January 3, 2010 :: National Museum of Contemporary Art, Building of the Athens Conservatory, Vas. Georgiou Β 17 -19 & Rigillis street, Athens.

The National Museum of Contemporary Art presents for the first time in Greece, a retrospective exhibition of the American artist and pioneer in the media arts field, Mark Amerika. The first presentation of his work in Greece took place in the framework of EMST’s online exhibition titlted e-critures (2008).

By emphasizing the construction of new digital identities and fictional personas, as well as the cross-correlation of new histories and mythologies in website, Amerika investigates the ways by which the somatic-sensory experience evolves into a new “Life Style Practice”. Continue reading


Oct 31, 17:44
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Live Stage: Pandora’s Sound Box [us NYC]

WHITE NOISE III: Pandora’s Sound Box curated by Lara Pan for PERFORMA 09 :: November 2 – 22, 2009 :: Opening: November 2, 7:00 – 9:00 pm :: White Box, 329 Broome St., New York City.

Pandora’s Sound Box is an interactive multimedia exhibition conceived to destabilize and reactivate our vision of the current global political landscape through performance, sound, video and site-specific installations. The exhibition demonstrates a kind of experiment of the associative imagination by which the viewer may explore other dimensions of experience while simultaneously becoming a performer. The title of the exhibition was inspired by Georg Wilhelm Pabst’s controversial 1929 film Pandora’s Box, which exposed and explored the fear of female sexuality. Continue reading


Oct 31, 16:25
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Plateaux Festival 2009 [pl Toruń + Bydgoszcz]

Plateaux Festival :: November 19 – 22, 2009 :: Poland.

A 4-day festival presenting the world’s leading groundbreaking multimedia artists, praised and prize-winning audiovisual and VJ art, experimental films, and live electronic and electroacoustic music. A fully interactive event, Plateaux will be spread across Poland’s two adjacent and culturally rich cities of Toruń and Bydgoszcz, combining a number of different venues to create the widest possible range of multimedia and audiovisual performances.

Plateaux is committed to providing an extra depth of experience beyond simple spectatorship. For this reason, artists performing during the festival will also act as guide and teachers in workshops, lectures and discussions, addressing the theoretical, practical and technical aspects of audiovisual domain. Continue reading


Sep 2, 10:56
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Natasha Tsakos’ Multimedia Theatrical Adventure

Natasha Tsakos presents part of her one-woman, multimedia show, Upwake. As the character Zero, she blends dream and reality with an inventive virtual world projected around her in 3D animation and electric sound. Continue reading


Aug 28, 15:05
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Live Stage: Chris Ziegler’s “forest 2” [de Karlsruhe]

Chris Ziegler Forest 2 – another midsummer night’s dream :: September 2-6, 2009 (with live interventions on 5th and 6th) :: ZKM_Media Theater, Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, Germany.

Chris Ziegler, an artist affiliated with the ZKM, presents his latest theater work forest 2 as an interactive theater installation. forest 2, which is based on Shakespeare’s drama “A Midsummer Night‘s Dream” and Ovid’s “Metamorphoses”, plays with the complex elements of its literary origins. The text written by Michael Hewel weaves together the three motifs of love, art, and death and ties them to the theme of the forest. An extensive installation, which in conjunction with the music by Torsten Brandes and the Ensemble für Neue Musik Schloss Hamborn as well as a specific movement, light, and image architecture, creates an unusual association space in which the forest appears as a site of myths and fairytales, fears and dreams. The audience is invited to explore these different spaces with Puck (Friederike Plafki). Continue reading


Jul 29, 12:30
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Nula: Filecasts

Nula is the source of a ser­ies of file­casts, each con­sist­ing of an as­semb­lage of sounds, im­ages, or words, made avail­ab­le for down­load, shar­ing, com­men­tary, and fur­ther man­i­pu­la­tion. File­casts are gen­er­al­ly, tho not ex­clus­ive­ly, cre­ated from found ma­ter­ial. It would per­haps be coun­ter­pro­duc­tive to de­lim­it what this ma­ter­ial may con­sist of, or what trans­for­ma­tions it may un­der­go. the ten­den­cy here will simp­ly be to let the work speak for it­self as much as it can.

The word ‘nula’ means ‘zero’ or ‘nothing’ in several languages; notably Czech, which I point out only because I am based in Prague. The esthetic impulse behind Nula emphasizes “showing” or “alluding” rather than “expressing”. Continue reading


Jun 29, 16:46
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Departures: L.A. River

[Images by KCET] Departures: L.A. River — An Online Documentary Mapping 52 Miles of the River :: Narrated by river advocates, residents and political figures :: Co-Produced by KCET Web Stories and Friends of The Los Angeles River with Local Students.

Once home to wild animals and wildlife, the Los Angeles River provided desperately needed water to the region. Until the 1930s, that is, when the Army Corps of Engineers began the process of paving 80% of the river, turning it into a ribbon of concrete. With the launch of Departures: L.A. River, the Los Angeles River comes alive through an intimate collection of interactive panoramas showing the incredible diversity connected with a nearly extinct natural resource that locals now work to restore. Continue reading


Jun 26, 13:30
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Leah Buechley’s Paper Computing

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Jun 8, 17:35
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