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Live Stage: White Night 2010 [uk Brighton]

Big light shows announced for all-night festival White Night 2010 :: October 30-31; 6:00 pm – 7:00 am :: Phoenix Brighton, 10-14 Waterloo Place, Brighton, United Kingdom.

Four new public artworks have been chosen to form the focal points of Brighton’s forthcoming all-night festival. The special commissions will be revealed at Brighton & Hove White Night on October 30 . Judges were looking for unique art installations which would convey the theme of Illumination and respond to the call to ‘do something different in the middle of the night’ .

White Night marks the end of British Summer Time and aims to present the arts as a reclaim of the streets and an alternative to drinking culture in the city centre. Continue reading


Sep 26, 13:05
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Live Stage: Biotopia – Art in the Wet Zone [dk Aalborg]

Biotopia – Art in the Wet Zone International Exhibition and Symposium @ PORT 20:10 – Festival of Contemporary Art & Social Technology :: Opening: October 15, 2010; 3:00 – 5:00 pm :: Utzon Centre, Aalborg, Denmark.

Today, where the tension and exchange between digital and biological existence is becoming ever more evident, a new situation of art emerges. Evolving in-between the atoms and the bits, in the words of Roy Ascott, art performs in ’wet’ interfaces. Using the term ’moist’ media, he addresses the occasion where technological innovative art is moving out of the boundaries of ’digital art’, and away from the screens and ’interactivity’. Instead, art finds itself in a new situation, where a tension between techno-aesthetic and bio-logical (perceptual) systems are central. Continue reading


Sep 26, 12:52
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Live Stage: The Creative Use of Light [cz Prague]

Nina Czegledy: The Creative Use of Light in Art & Science :: September 27, 2010; 6:00 – 8:00 pm :: CIANT Lab, Kubelikova 27, Prague, Czech Republic.

Internationally renowned curator Nina Czegledy (HU/CAN) will talk about the intersection of Art and Science with focus on light, and the achievements of György Kepes and Frank J. Malina in this very field.

In the beginning of the 20th century, faith in progress and scientific discovery had primary influence on artists and scientists. As a result of this belief, a conviction that a scientific spirit forms part of a new artistic synthesis emerged. Many artists such as György Kepes and Frank Malina began to work ahead of their time on demolishing the previously sharp division between art and science. Continue reading


Sep 26, 12:39
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“Serendipitor” by Mark Shepard

Serendipitor is an alternative navigation app for the iPhone that helps you find something by looking for something else. The app combines directions generated by a routing service (in this case, the Google Maps API) with instructions for action and movement inspired by Fluxus, Vito Acconci, and Yoko Ono, among others. Enter an origin and a destination, and the app maps a route between the two. You can increase or decrease the complexity of this route, depending how much time you have to play with. As you navigate your route, suggestions for possible actions to take at a given location appear within step-by-step directions designed to introduce small slippages and minor displacements within an otherwise optimized and efficient route. You can take photos along the way and, upon reaching your destination, send an email sharing with friends your route and the steps you took. Continue reading


Sep 26, 10:34
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Live Stage: Austerity vs Autonomy [uk East Midlands]

Upgrade! East Midlands — Austerity vs Autonomy: DIY Funding :: November 17, 2010 :: One Thoresby Street, East Midlands, UK.

Times are tough! In the UK, the coalition government’s ‘austerity package’ has outlined unprecedented budget cuts across all sectors with the Department for Culture, Media and Sport headlining a 25% cut to spending on culture as of 2011. In these troubling times institutions, organisations and artists are being told to look to philanthropy from private investors, become more industrious and ‘pull together’ to sit out the storm.

This first network gathering during Sideshow, the independent fringe to the prestigious British Art Show 7, will explore the challenges surrounding funding arts practice in the era of austerity. Continue reading


Sep 25, 22:47
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Actors, Agents and Attendants [nl Amsterdam]

SKOR, Foundation Art and Public Space, Amsterdam presents Speculations on the Cultural Organisation of Civility, the first in the series of symposia Actors, Agents and Attendants (October 29-30, 2010) that aims to discuss the role of art and the creative industries in the formation of contemporary civility. Specifically, it will question how the current infrastructural and aesthetic relation between art and our increasingly destabilised civic institutions can aid or abet critical forms of public acting.

Along with radical shifts in governance and ideology, the concept of what it means to author acts of art in public has shifted dramatically. This series of symposia extends SKOR’s activities towards a more discursive arena in order to develop new strategies for commissioning art in public space. Continue reading


Sep 25, 22:15
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Live Stage: #WB: quoting Walter Benjamin [at Vienna]

#WB: quoting Walter Benjamin, Paris, die Hauptstadt des XIX. JahrhundertsA new e-book and its premiere in the form of an interactive, analog-digital reading on the contemporary relevance of Walter Benjamin :: October 7, 2010; 8:00 pm :: Jewish Theater Austria, 6, Kandlgasse, A 1070 Vienna.

September 26, 2010, is the 70th anniversary of the death of the writer, philosopher, and seminal, media and cultural theorist Walter Benjamin. The e-book #WB: quoting Walter Benjamin, Paris, die Hauptstadt des XIX. Jahrhunderts (Paris, Capital of the Nineteenth Century), edited by Alexandra Reill and compiled by kanonmedia, commemorates the oeuvre, but also the tragic end of a pre-eminent, German-Jewish intellectual whose life, work, and creativity was cut short by the Nazis. Continue reading


Sep 25, 22:03
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Live Stage: Provocative Objects [us Boston, MA]

Provocative Objects: the extraditiona cyberSurreal, interdisciplinary and immersive exhibit-event & experience :: November 12, 2010; 6:00 pm :: Patricia Doran Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, Massachusetts :: Call for Participation.

Co-curated by The Dynamic Media Institute’s very own David Tamés and lou suSi, we are currently accepting informal but professional calls for work and participation for Provocative Objects. To submit a proposal, contact lou suSi via email at cheese at hotsects dot com. Here is the short, original email-delivered description of the show & the sort of work we’re looking to inspire & include: Continue reading


Sep 25, 21:08
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Michaela Melián: Memory Loops

Michaela Melian: Memory Loops — 300 Audio Tracks on Sites of NS Terror in Munich 1933–1945 :: A project by the Municipal Department of Arts and Culture of the City of Munich / ‘Freie Kunst im öffentlichen Raum’ in cooperation with the Bavarian Broadcasting Corporation / Radio Play and Media Art Dept.

With Memory Loops, Munich is creating a virtual memorial for the victims of National Socialism. Michaela Melián’s audio work of art comprises 300 German and 175 English audio tracks which, from 23 September, 2010 onwards, can be called up under www.memoryloops.net and downloaded free of charge. Continue reading


Sep 25, 20:37
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