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Ceci n’est pas une CAA [us Los Angeles]

Ceci n’est pas une CAA :: February 27-28, 2009 :: TELIC Arts Exchange, 972B Chung King Road, Los Angeles, CA.

The Public School is hosting its own conference with many of the same amazing people who are visiting Los Angeles for CAA (College Arts Association). Ours will be free; it will be modeled as a long, open, informal conversation, occasionally interrupted by screenings and short presentations; and it will encourage as much overlap, cross-pollination, and running over time as possible. Drop in and drop out when you can – the following schedule is a guide to what might be happening. Continue reading


Feb 26, 11:37
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Live Stage: Gregory Chatonsky [ca Montreal]

Flußgeist by Gregory Chatonsky :: until March 21, 2009 :: Artist Talk: February 28; 2:00 pm :: OBORO, 4001, rue Berri, local 301, Montreal, Canada.

Flußgeist is a series of works inspired by the concept of Zeitgeist. Strangely, industries have quite intuitively appropriated this notion to refer to pages giving access to flux suspension, i.e., for Google, words with the most searches during a year. Flußgeist is based on the principle that what is called Web 2.0 is not simply a marketing discourse, but the first industry that feeds on the existence of each and every individual, through sites such as flikr, facebook and youtube. Continue reading


Feb 26, 11:27
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Live Stage: Etoy [nl Amsterdam]

Mission Eternity lecture by Etoy :: March 12, 2009 8:00 pm :: Mediamatic Bank, Vijzelstraat 68 1017 HL Amsterdam. Also see Etoy Digital Stowaway Workshop.

The lecture is part of the Ik R.I.P. exhibition evening programme. With their long term project MISSION ETERNITY, Etoy explores life after death. We all know that we leave behind mortal remains and a massive body of information. Etoy exploits computer technology to store and process these human remains forever. The lecture will be an introduction into Etoy’s work and into the conceptual ideas behind this project. Continue reading


Feb 26, 11:18
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MGFest 2009 [us Cambridge, MA]

Cambridge MGFest : March 5-8, 2009 — Featuring Shepard Fairey’s Money, Addictive TV’s Slumdog Millionaire, Remix, Trollback+Co and more :: $7 for entry to all art events. Plus a Silent Auction for over $18,000 in software & DVDs, no minimum bid.

Online Artist Feature: Turbulence.org: Five net.art works including: live action comic strip built from daily news websites, experimental documentaries, HTML Butoh, re-arranged search results, art games, and net.poetry.

Screenings & Art Showcases: March 5-7, 2009 Continue reading


Feb 25, 18:30
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State of the Union Updated

State of the Union Website Explores the Decline of Political Language 1790-2009: A Software Art Project by Brad Borevitz — The update of Brad Borevitz’s State of the Union website includes Barack Obama’s first major address of his tenure, the 2009 address to the joint session of Congress and the American people on February 24th.

Lamenting the triumph of iconicity over rhetoricity, Borevitz describes the gradual changes in political speech from argument to brand. The project asks us to consider if evidence for this assertion exists in the language of the State of the Union address which stands as a controlled sample of political speech over the course of U.S. history. Continue reading


Feb 25, 17:02
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Live Stage: @ [secondlife Second Life + Los Angeles]

Garrett Lynch’s Between Saying and Doing is part of @, an exhibition by Ars Virtua — presented by the New Media Caucus — being held at locations in real life (Southern California Institute of Architecture, Los Angeles, CA*) and Seventh Eye (Second Life) from February 26 – 28, 2009. The opening is on February 26 at 9:30 pm (PST).

Location, place, position, @.

The work in this exhibition examines the nature of space, place and the observer, the interplay between the observer and the observed, and the way in which location and “placeness” define or conscribe experience. Continue reading


Feb 25, 15:21
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Live Stage: Tactical Bioart in the Age of Biotechnology [us NYC]

Radars & Fences II: Tactical Bioart in the Age of Biotechnology :: March 5, 2009; 4:30 – 8:30 pm :: Information Law Institute, Room VH218, 40, Washington Square South, New York University, New York :: The conference is free but seating is limited. RSVP.

Radars & Fences II features five researchers and artists who have been at the forefront of the battle for the democratization of the life sciences over the last decade: Beatriz da Costa, Natalie Jeremijenko, Richard Pell, Claire Pentecost, and Paul Vanouse will present their own work and discuss with the public models of interdisciplinary engagement at the beginning of the “biological century.” The panel is moderated by Alex Galloway, Associate Professor, Department of Media, Culture and Communication, NYU. Continue reading


Feb 25, 14:13
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Live Stage: Conserving Technology-Based Art [ca Montreal]

DOCAM and art press present the launch of the new issue of art press 2: Conserving Technology-Based Art: Issues and Solutions :: March 4, 2009; 5:00 – 7:00 pm :: SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art, 372 Sainte-Catherine West, Suite 507, Montréal.

art press 2, n° 12, February/ March/ April 2009: Conserving Technology-Based Art: Issues and Solutions: Does the notion of an original artwork still mean anything when applied to a video installation for which the equipment is quickly outmoded and therefore regularly renewed? How does one “conserve” a work that circulates freely on the Internet? Continue reading


Feb 24, 15:03
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Chunky Move’s “Mortal Engine” [au Melbourne]

Chunky Move’s Mortal Engine :: March 4-8, 2009, Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne, Australia.

Somewhere between waking and sleeping, between thought and feeling, lies a body that we possess but cannot control – Chunky Move’s startling new work begins here. Mortal Engine is a dance-video-laser performance using movement-responsive technology to portray an ever-shifting, shimmering world in which the limits of the human body are an illusion. Mortal Engine accelerates us into a reality of permanent change where crackling light and staining shadows represent the most perfect and the most sinister of souls. Continue reading


Feb 24, 12:23
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Live Stage: The Yes Men Fix the World [ca Winnipeg]

The Yes Men Fix the World — Artist’s Talk & Presentation :: March 3, 2009; 7:00 pm :: Muriel Richardson Auditorium, The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Boulevard, Winnipeg, Canada :: Admission is free. Everyone is welcome.

THE YES MEN impersonate captains of industry, agree their way into the fortified compounds of commerce, and then smuggle out stories that provide a hilarious glimpse at the behind-the-scenes world of big business. They have recently pulled off some of their most ambitious and audacious acts, the subject of their latest feature, which premiered at Sundance & Berlin. Continue reading


Feb 24, 11:40
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