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Live Stage: Live Notation Unit [uk Bristol]

Live Notation Unit Symposium and Performances: Live artists and live coders, working towards live notation :: July 27, 2012; 2:00 – 9:30 pm :: Arnolfini, Bristol BS1 4QA.

The Live Notation Unit (LNU) takes over the Arnolfini for a day using its spaces as an experimental laboratory in which to combine two radical performance practices: Live Art and Live Coding.

The LNU will approach programming as performance art, performance art notation as code, code as speech, bodies as interpreters, and more. Continue reading


Jul 22, 15:22
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Live Visuals For Performance, Gaming, Installation, And Electronic Environments

Live Visuals For Performance, Gaming, Installation, And Electronic Environments – Leonardo Electronic Almanac :: Call for Papers — Deadline: September 1, 2012.

Key advancements in real-time graphics and video processing over the past five years have resulted in broad implications for a number of academic, research and commercial communities. They enabled interaction designers, live visualists (VJs), game programmers, and information architects to utilize the power of advanced digital technologies to model, render and effect visual information in real-time. Continue reading


Jul 22, 10:52
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Open! Art, Culture & the Public Domain. Key Texts 2004–2012

Open! Art, Culture & the Public Domain. Key Texts 2004–2012, SKOR | Foundation for Art and Public Domain / NAi Publishers:

This anthology brings together key texts on the field of art, culture, and the public domain published in
Open by NAi Publishers and SKOR | Foundation for Art and Public Domain from 2004 until 2012. Together, these essays written by international theoreticians provide powerful insights into the most important areas of theory and practice in today’s public space. They also reflect the effort invested and the themes covered by Open in the eight years it has existed. Subjects covered include safety, informal media, social engineering, precarity, war, privacy, populism, transparency, mobility, and autonomy. Continue reading


Jul 22, 10:35
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Art In Your Pocket 3: Sensor Driven iPad and iPhone Art Apps

[PXL, Rainer Kohlberger, 2012] Art In Your Pocket 3: Sensor Driven iPad and iPhone Art Apps by Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Rhizome.org: Continue reading


Jul 22, 09:22
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TXTilecity [ca Toronto]

Year Zero One in partnership with the Textile Museum of Canada and [murmur] is pleased to announce the launch of TXTilecity, an interactive map and mobile app exploring the role of textiles in shaping Toronto’s urban landscape.

Navigate Toronto through the lens of TXTilecity with commentary by notable figures including designers Linda Lundström and Pat McDonagh, entrepreneur Joe Mimran, Art Gallery of Ontario curator Michelle Jacques, Social Body Lab director Kate Hartman and many more. Stories come to life in audio and video documentary accounts exploring early garment manufacturing and the performing arts, to the rise of the fashion industry and new artistic practices emerging from the intersection of textiles and technology. Continue reading


Jul 21, 17:00
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MIT Press Podcast: Arts, Humanities, and Complex Networks

MIT Press Journals Podcast Series: Episode 17: Maximilian Schich, Isabel Mereilles, and Roger Malina on Arts, Humanities, and Complex Networks:

Schich, Meirelles, and Malina discuss the contents and creation of the new article collection, Arts, Humanities, and Complex Networks, which explores the application of the science of complex networks to art history, archeology, visual arts, the art market, and other areas of cultural importance. Click HERE to listen to the podcast.

Maximilian Schich, DFG fellow at László Barabási’s Center for Complex Network Research in Boston.

Isabel Meirelles, information designer and associate professor of graphic design at Northeastern University, Boston.

Roger Malina, physicist, astronomer, editor-in-chief of Leonardo, distinguished professor at the University of Texas, Dallas.


Jul 21, 16:23
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ScrollTV, a Bookmarklet for Social Media Broadcasting

ScrollTV, a Bookmarklet for Social Media Broadcasting by Silvio Lorusso:

Finally you can enjoy the spectacle of social media without bothersome interactions, in the fashion of modern, broadcast media. Continue reading


Jul 21, 14:58
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“Interfaces” of Art and Cybernetics [uk Berkshire]

From Utopian Teleologies to Sporadic Historiographies: “Interfaces” of Art and Cybernetics :: April 11-13, 2012 :: 39th Annual AAH Conference, University of Reading, Berkshire, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland :: Call for Papers — Deadline: November 12, 2012.

It has been more than six decades since cybernetics was introduced to the English-speaking world by Norbert Wiener, Claude Shannon, and Warren Weaver. Stimulated by the information explosion in the 195Os, it grew as an international phenomenon that challenged disciplinary boundaries and preconceptions. Continue reading


Jul 20, 16:02
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Live Stage: Michael Szpakowski [uk London]

Please join us for drinks to celebrate the launch of A Collective Memory of Childhood by Michael Szpakowski :: July 28, 2012; 2:00 – 5:00 pm :: Furtherfield Gallery & Social Space, McKenzie Pavilion, Finsbury Park, London, N4 2NQ.

Artist and composer Michael Szpakowski has worked with local children and their families to create a generative sound sculpture that invokes the collective memory of childhood, drawing on the memories of Haringey residents from all over the world. Continue reading


Jul 20, 15:02
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More Real? Art in the Age of Truthiness

More Real? Art in the Age of Truthiness :: SITE Santa Fe, New Mexico, until January 6, 2013 :: Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minnesota, March 3 – June 9, 2013.

Searing documentary photographs of a war-ravaged country exposed as elaborately staged fakes. Irreplaceable Neolithic urns, treated as ready-mades, dipped in cheerily bright, industrial paint that obscures their ancient markings. These and other works of art, which blur notions of reality and truth, are the subject of a new exhibition organized by Elizabeth Armstrong, Contemporary Art Curator and Director of the Center for Alternative Museum Practice (CAMP) at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA). More Real? Art in the Age of Truthiness takes Stephen Colbert’s coined term “truthiness” — fabricated truths, without regard to fact or logic — as its starting point to explore the unstable relationship between fact and fiction in the 21st century. Continue reading


Jul 19, 16:13
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