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2010 Next Wave Festival [au Melbourne]

Next Wave is excited to announce its Call for Proposals for the 2010 Next Wave Festival (Melbourne, Australia). It will take place in May 2010. DEADLINE: March 13, 2009.

Next Wave is seeking projects that respond in interesting and complex ways to the 2010 Next Wave Festival theme NO RISK TOO GREAT. The Next Wave Festival is a curated biennial festival open to young emerging artists seeking support for the creation of new works or projects in visual arts, dance, performance, new media, text, sound and more. Continue reading


Feb 24, 09:35
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a canary torsi: Call for Proposals

a canary torsi by Yanira Castro, Rozalia Jovanovic and YOU :: Call for Proposals: Deadline: March 16, 2009.

New modes of communication create new meanings, and new narratives. With the rise of the twitterverse, new vocabulary has given way to new modes of dialogue. a canary torsi is currently commissioning the creation of a new work using Twitter + Twitter’s API. Participants will be asked to take 2 existing twitter feeds of 2 fictional characters and develop a new art work in the form of: 1. an installation 2. website, micro-site, or web app 3. data visualization 4. or any other suitable medium. Continue reading


Feb 23, 16:59
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Notation. Calculation and Form in the Arts [de Karlsruhe]

ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe present Notation. Calculation and Form in the Arts :: March 1 – July 26, 2009 :: Opening: February 28; 7:00 pm :: ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Lorenzstraße 19, 76135 Karlsruhe, Germany.

Notation is dedicated to the spectrum of diverse artistic processes existing between the conception and the work. The exhibition places works from all areas of art, from 1900 to the present in relation to one another: sign systems for literature, music, painting, choreography, architecture, photography, film and media art. Over 500 positions from more than 100 artists drawn from international collections, from the ZKM | Karlsruhe and from the archive of the Akademie der Künste will be exhibited. Continue reading


Feb 23, 15:44
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APODIO New Release

APODIO official new release on SourceforgeAPODIO is a 5 year old Gnu/ Linux distribution, dedicated to multimedia tools for audio/ visual creation, to run your own radio, TV, make your own film, animation, art installation, Live Coding and other A/V performance… There is a forum to talk about it. We are waiting for you feedback!!

APODIO is a GNU/Linux platform containing audio, text-friendly, 3D, Streaming, graphic, Live Coding and video tools. It can be used as a liveDVD or be installed on a partition of your hard disk (on any PC 32bits to Mac Intel). Continue reading


Feb 23, 15:30
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Resolutely Analogue?: Art Museums in Digital Culture [uk London]

Tate Encounters: Research in ProcessResolutely Analogue?: Art Museums in Digital Culture :: March 2-6, 2009 :: Tate Britain, Duveen Studio, Millbank, London.

To what extent does the web visitor have agency to “act back” or to “author” their interactions with museum websites? How is new media being conceived as an “interpretative” or “augmenting” dimension of the museum experience and with what effects? How do museums see and understand the value of the use of personal mobile media within the museum? These questions have been grouped under the title Resolutely Analogue?: Art Museums in Digital Culture to signal the tension between change and continuity, between new media enthusiasms and traditional museological practices. Continue reading


Feb 23, 14:38
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Live Stage: Delappe + Sawako [us NYC]

Harvestworks 2008 Artists-In-Residence Joseph Delappe and Sawako :: February 23, 2009; 7:00 pm :: Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center, 596 Broadway #602, New York City.

Joseph DeLappe will discuss a work in progress that seeks to create an interactive system that facilitates performative reenactments by “walking” famous routes of protest and pilgrimage through diverse data co-mingled from Flickr, YouTube and live in-studio cameras. Sawako will present A Breath in the Cities, a new 5.1 surround-sound journey about two megalopolises, New York City and Tokyo. Field recordings and other sounds representing the artist’s personal memories are amplified, mixed, layered, processed and mutated with digital signal resulting an a work the artist describes as “a journey resonating between tiny breaths and large cities.” Continue reading


Feb 23, 14:09
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Live Stage: Nick Montfort [us Cambridge, MA]

Nick Montfort :: March 12, 2009; 7:00 pm. :: 32-141, Stata Center, MIT, 32 Vassar Street, Cambridge, MA :: Free and open to the public.

Nick Montfort — Assistant Professor of Digital Media in MIT’s Department of Writing and Humanistic Studies — writes poems, text generators and interactive fiction such as Book and Volume and Ad Verbum. He has collaborated on the blog Grand Text Auto and 2002: A Palindrome Story. In January, 2009 MIT Press published Racing the Beam: The Atari Video Computer System by Ian Bogost and Montfort. Having earned masters degrees in media arts and sciences (MIT) and creative writing (Boston University), Montfort received a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in computer and information science. His work is where computer science and creative writing meet.


Feb 23, 11:03
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4th annual Carnival of e-Creativity [in Uttarakhand]

Caterina Davinio is participating in Carnival of e-Creativity (CeC 2009) :: February 27 – March 1, 2009 :: Uttarakland, Delhi, India.

The 4th annual CeC 2009 will take place in the sylvan spaces of Sattal Estate, just above Bhimtal, near Nainital, in the Lower Kumaon of the new Himalayan Indian state of Uttarakhand. As in the past editions, this will be about presentations, performances, exhibits, meetings, and screenings, involving direct and indirect participation of e-Creative Practitioners of all description from around India and the world, spread over 3 days of intense private, and also public, creative interaction. Continue reading


Feb 23, 09:38
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(sans femme et sans aviateur) by Jorn Ebner

Turbulence Spotlight: (sans femme et sans aviateur) by Jorn Ebner [Allow Pop-ups; Firefox users read instructions]

(sans femme et sans aviateur) is a browser-based work that was inspired by Eric Rohmer’s film “The Aviator’s Wife”. It depicts contemporary Paris, happened upon following the main locations of the movie. The photographic imagery and the audio material were recorded during walks, and bus and metro rides, in a manner similar to the Nouvelle Vague film maker — although without any pre-arrangements for settings and observations; and with repeated visits to the locations. “My intention was to honour Rohmer’s powers to get me interested in Paris, and at the same time make a work that discovers the city, even if only for myself … The work was also made with (the) intention to use the browser as a presentation tool that is independent of user interaction.” – Jorn Ebner Continue reading


Feb 22, 18:02
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“Biopoetry” by Eduardo Kac

“Since the 1980s poetry has effectively moved away from the printed page. From the early days of the minitel to the personal computer as a writing and reading environment, we have witnessed the development of new poetic languages. Video, holography, programming and the web have further expanded the possibilities and the reach of this new poetry. Now, in a world of clones, chimeras, and transgenic creatures, it is time to consider new directions for poetry in vivo. Below I propose the use of biotechnology and living organisms in poetry as a new realm of verbal, paraverbal and nonverbal creation.

1) Microbot performance: Write and perform with a microrobot in the language of the bees, for a bee audience, in a semi-functional, semi-fictional dance. Continue reading


Feb 22, 12:06
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