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Electronic Art on the Waterways [us Boston, MA]

Electronic Art on the Waterways featuring Greg Sholette :: April 22, 2011; 3:00 – 6:00 pm :: Boston Harbor, Massachusetts :: SPACE IS LIMITED. PLEASE RSVP.

Join Assistant Professor of Art Cat Mazza’s digital media class aboard UMass Boston’s Division of Marine Operations 64-foot vessel for a lecture by artist and writer Greg Sholette on his new book Dark Matter: Art and Politics in the Age of Enterprise Culture. Sholette will touch on collective art practices’ use of new technologies. The boat ride starts at Fox Point Dock on the UMass campus and ends at a pier near the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) where passengers can see a new public artwork using augmented reality by the art collective Manifest.AR. Vessel piloted by Captain Russ Bowles. Continue reading


Apr 11, 13:05
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Live Stage: Assembly (Showroom) [uk London]

Agency: Assembly (Showroom) :: April 13 – May 28, 2011 :: Opening: April 12; 6:30 – 8:30 pm :: The Showroom, 63 Penfold Street, London.

The work of Agency constitutes a growing list of ‘Things’ that resist easy categorisation, such as divisions between culture and nature, creations and facts, subjects and objects, humans and non-humans, individuals and collectives. These things are derived from judicial processes, lawsuits, cases, controversies and affairs relating to the subject of intellectual property (copyrights, patents and trade marks, for example). Continue reading


Apr 9, 11:29
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Virtual Choir Joins Voices from 58 Countries

TED 2011: Virtual Choir Joins Voices from 58 Countries, via Wired.


Mar 2, 12:09
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Inventing the Medium: Approaching Design as a Collective Cultural Task


Inventing the Medium: Approaching Design as a Collective Cultural Task — Talk by Dr. Janet Murray Continue reading


Feb 28, 11:49
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Live Stage: Silence [us New York City]

Winter 2010 Online Quarterly: Silence (Hakan Topal, Guest Editor) — Launch & Panel Discussion :: December 14, 2010; 6:30 pm :: International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP), 1040 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, New York.

With Aslihan Demirtas (Architect, New York), Regine Basha (Curator, New York), Cevdet Erek (Artist, Istanbul), Micah Silver (Artist, Cambridge, MA); Moderated by Hakan Topal (Artist, xurban_collective).

In the pages of the quarterly the authors discuss the possibilities and limitations of the condition of silence by examining its presence in art and music across a number of global socio-political contexts. Several authors tackle the concatenation of sound, history and nation, working towards an understanding of the dynamics and power of silence. Continue reading


Dec 11, 19:50
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Networked Utopias and Speculative Futures

Special Issue for the Fibreculture Journal: Networked Utopias and Speculative Futures :: Editors: Susan Ballard, Zita Joyce and Lizzie Muller :: Call for Proposals — Deadline: February 20, 2011

Since most of history’s giant trees have already been cut down, a new Ark will have to be constructed out of the materials that a desperate humanity finds at hand in insurgent communities, pirate technologies, bootlegged media, rebel science and forgotten utopias. — Mike Davis “Who Will Build an Ark: The Utopian Imperative in an Age of Catastrophe” in Telepolis Continue reading


Nov 20, 12:47
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Economies of the Commons 2 [nl Amsterdam]

Economies of the Commons 2 :: November 11-13 2010 :: De Balie & Hilversum – Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid, Amsterdam.

Economies of the Commons 2 is a critical examination of the economics of on-line public domain and open access resources of information, knowledge, and media (the ‘digital commons’). The past 10 years have seen the rise of a variety of such open content resources attracting millions of users, sometimes on a daily basis. The impact of projects such as …Wikipedia, Images of the Future, and Europeana testify to the vibrancy of the new digital public domain. No longer left to the exclusive domains of digital ‘insiders’, open content resources are rapidly becoming widely used and highly popular.

While protagonists of open content praise its low-cost accessibility and collaborative structures, critics claim it undermines the established “gate keeping” functions of authors, the academy, and professional institutions while lacking a reliable business model of its own. Continue reading


Nov 7, 13:12
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Steven Johnson: Where Good Ideas Come From

People often credit their ideas to individual “Eureka!” moments. But Steven Johnson shows how history tells a different story. His fascinating tour takes us from the “liquid networks” of London’s coffee houses to Charles Darwin’s long, slow hunch to today’s high-velocity web. Continue reading


Sep 25, 18:30
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Live Stage: Cross(x)Species Adventure Club [us NYC]

Cross(x)Species Adventure Club: A Molecular Gastronomy Workshop :: June 19, 2010; 3:00 – 5:30 pm :: Eyebeam, 540 West 21st Street, New York, NY.

We are recruiting the adventurous for a hands-on workshop introducing the use of molecular gastronomy in service of ecosystems design. Like the web 2.0 of the food systems, the Cross(x)Species Adventure Club develops participatory, DIY, and multi-platform food systems to improve environmental health and augment biodiversity … where food is a medium of art, adventure, pleasure and agency.

The Cross(x) Species Adventure Club enlists humans to explore a biodiverse and delicious future; to engage in culinary experiments; invest in food innovation; and participate in re-designing our collective relationship to natural systems. Continue reading


Jun 12, 19:00
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Nike Blanket Petition 9 Miles from Nike

After 5 years of stitching and 2 years of touring the Nike Blanket Petition is in full view at the Museum of Contemporary Craft (MoCC) in Portland, Oregon – 9 miles from Nike Headquarters. The CEO Mark Parker has been invited and has politely agreed to visit the museum before June 11 – the last day to see the swoosh. It will continue to show at MoCC during the exhibition Gestures of Resistance (through June 26); however, after June 11 it will be in the Study Center looking like Nana’s afghan folded on her sofa. More about the exhibit here.

From 2003-2008, a diverse group of international knit and crochet hobbyists participated in a microRevolt project called the Nike Blanket Petition, a 15-foot wide handmade blanket of the Nike swoosh. Each 4 x 4 inch stitched square creates the Nike logo, acting as a signature for fair labor policies for Nike garment workers. Over the five-year period, virtual and hand-made squares were collected on tour, electronically and by postmail, representing over 30 countries. Continue reading


May 26, 14:50
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