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Live Stage: LASER [us San Francisco]

paglen-trevor.jpg[Image: Trevor Paglen] Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous (LASER) – featuring presentations by Ken Goldberg, Carlo Sequin, Richard Rinehart, Kris Paulsen and Trevor Paglen :: May 12, 2008 6 – 10 pm :: SFSU Downtown, 835 Market Street, San Francisco, CA [organized by Piero Scaruffi on behalf of Leonardo/ISAST]

Trevor Paglen of the Department of Geography University of California at Berkeley on The Other Night Sky – Artist / geographer Trevor Paglen will talk about his recent project to track and photograph 189 classified “moons” (reconnaissance satellites) in Earth orbit. Continue reading


Apr 22, 11:32
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Live Stage: Jacek Markiewicz [pl Warsaw]

markiewicz2.jpgUpgrade! Warsaw: Jacek Markiewicz: From Christ to Kaczynski | Od Chrystusa do Kaczynskiego :: April 27, 2008; 5:00 pm :: Dziekanka (dormitory of The Academy of Music), 58/60 Krakowskie Przedmieście, Warsaw, Poland :: informal and free.

Born in 1964 in Plock. Studies: 1986 1988 at PWSSP in L dz; 1988 1993 at the Faculty of Sculpture of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Graduated under professor Grzegorz Kowalski. Since 1992 he run a.r.t. Gallery in Plock. Urodzil sie w 1964 r. w Plocku. Studia: 1986 1988 w PWSSP w Lodzi; 1988 1993 na Wydziale Rzezby Akademii Sztuk Pieknych w Warszawie. Dyplom w pracowni prof. Grzegorza Kowalskiego. Od 1992 prowadzi w Plocku galerie a.r.t. Continue reading


Apr 22, 11:16
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International Guerrilla Video Festival: Open Call [it Milan]

urbannight-bg5.jpgInternational Guerrilla Video Festival :: Milan :: July 12-14, 2008 :: Open Call – Deadline: June 9, 2008.

The International Guerrilla Video Festival (IGVFest) is a mobile festival integrating video art with the urban and social environment. The festival removes the technologically complex medium of video out of the institutional situation re-positioning it as open and reflexive in the public domain. The artworks have site-specific thematic relations to the space where they are shown, engaging and reflecting upon the unique architectural, historical, and interpersonal context of each area the festival travels to. Continue reading


Apr 22, 11:05
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Live Stage: New Works with Mobile Phones [uk London]

mark_amerika.jpg[Image: Mark Amerika] New Works with Mobile Phones: Mark Amerika, Chris Fry and Max Schleser (Chaired by Tom Corby) :: May 2, 2008, 6.30 – 8.30 pm :: Fyvie Hall, University of Westminster, 309 Regent Street, London W1B 2UW [Nearest Tube Oxford Circus; Map] :: Please email corbyt [at] wmin.ac.uk to be put on the guest list.

The Centre for Research in Art, Education and Media (CREAM) invites you to presentations and discussions of new work using mobile phones by Mark Amerika, Chris Fry and Max Schleser.

Mark Amerika will be showing his new work which composites various art personas and artworks into a narrative sequence of mobile phone video images that conjure up both the spirits of the past as well as hauntological actors of the present. Continue reading


Apr 22, 10:56
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Live Stage: Alessandro Ludovico [cz Prague]

alessandro.jpgVirus Culture: Infection Communication and the Economy of Desire – a talk by Alessandro Ludovico :: April 22, 2008, 7:30 – 9:00 pm :: CIANT Gallery, Křížkovského 18, 130 00, Praha 3 (close to the Žižkov TV Tower).

Perception of viruses stems both from the way we consider the most recent epidemic diseases and from an innate fear of having one’s own body invaded by other efficient organisms, capable of re-arranging their working patterns in order to facilitate infiltration into their host. Perception of spam, as one of the inescapable communication phenomena of our times, is a changing lively part of our everyday infoscape. Spam is extremely pervasive and effective for billions of persons whose (easy to spot and trade) personal and open communication door are infiltrated usually after being verbally titillated. Continue reading


Apr 22, 10:39
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Free Knowledge, Free Technology [es Barcelona]

free.jpgEducation for a Free Information Society, First International Conference: Free Knowledge, Free Technology :: July 15-17, 2008 :: Barcelona, Spain :: Registration is now open! The deadline for early registration rates is April 30, 2008.

The Free Knowledge, Free Technology Conference (FKFT) is the first international event which will centre on the production and sharing of educational and training materials in the field of Free Software and Open Standards. With the objective of promoting Free Software and the sharing of free knowledge, the FKFT 2008 Conference will bring together hundreds of people from different continents including government representatives, school and university teachers, IT companies, publishers, and NGO’s. Continue reading


Apr 22, 09:26
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New Communities of Knowledge and Practice [uk Cambridge]

logodrha08.gifDRHA 2008: New Communities of Knowledge and Practice :: September 14-17, 2008 :: Cambridge, UK :: Call for Papers and Performances :: Deadline: April 30, 2008

The DRHA (Digital Resources in the Humanities and Arts) conference is held annually at various academic venues throughout the UK. The conference theme this year is to promote discussion around new collaborative environments, collective knowledge and redefining disciplinary boundaries.

The aim of the conference is to: * Establish a site for mutually creative exchanges of knowledge * Promote discussion around new collaborative environments and collective knowledge * Continue reading


Apr 21, 18:29
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Multiplace – Network Culture Festival

multiplace.jpgMultiplace – Network Culture Festival – 16 cities / towns in 8 countries + the Internet :: April 26 – May 3, 2008 :: Bahon, Banska Bystrica, Bratislava, Kosice, Nitra, Trnava, Zilina (Slovak Republic), Berlin (Germany), Brno, Prague, Ostrava (Czech Republic), Budapest (Hungary), Glasgow (UK), Novi Sad (Serbia), Reykjavik (Iceland), Wroclaw (Poland).

Multiplace is a network of people and independent organizations interested in the interaction between media, technology, the arts, culture and society. The activities of this network culminate each year in this festival that simultaneously takes place within various independent organizations internationally. Continue reading


Apr 21, 18:21
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Time Based Text

tbt-wheel-copy.jpgTBT [Time Based Text]: an experiment(al) (in) writingInterview with Jaromil by Annet Dekker: Time Based Text can be considered software art, but above all it is a new form of digital poetics. Time Based Text offers a creative, experimental, joyful and critical way of handling digital text by implementing interactivity, new software and network communications. Time Based Text is a type-performance that illustrates feelings.

The emphasis of the software is on the process of writing / typing. TBT is a tool for time-based recording and playback of the process of typing a message, with the accuracy of milliseconds. The basic interface for typing records all typing and plays it back exactly the way the text was typed the first time, including all hesitations and misspellings. Continue reading


Apr 21, 13:15
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International Conference: DIMEA 2008 [gr Athens]

dimea.jpg3rd ACM International Conference on Digital Interactive Media in Entertainment and Arts (DIMEA 2008) :: September 10-12, 2008 :: Athens Information Technology (AIT), Athens, Greece :: Call for Papers and Artworks / Games / Demos :: Deadline: May 12, 2008.

The advances in computer entertainment, multi-player /online gaming, technology-enabled art, culture and performance have created new forms of entertainment that attract, immerse and absorb their participants. The phenomenal success of such a “culture” to initiate a mass audience in patterns and practices of its own consumption has supported the evolution of an enormously powerful mass entertainment, digital art and performance industry extending deeply into every aspect of our lives, leading further to major societal and business contacting changes. Continue reading


Apr 21, 13:02
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