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Current Artistic Practices on Time and Technology [de Berlin]

January 14, 2012; 3:30 – 5:00 pm: Tour of the exhibition Controlling_ Connectivity with Gretta Louw and Regine Rapp (curator); 4:00 pm: Artists’ talk Current Artistic Practices on Time and Technology :: Art Laboratory Berlin, Prinzenallee 34, 13359 Berlin.

In connection with the exhibition Controlling_Connectivity by Gretta Louw and the series Time and Technology Art Laboratory Berlin is presenting an artists’ talk on the theme current art practices on time and technology featuring Gretta Louw and plan b (Sophia New & Daniel Belasco Rogers) as well as the internet artist Igor Štromajer. The talk will be introduced and moderated by Christian de Lutz. Continue reading

Jan 12, 20:58
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Beyond Blind Mist: A Conversation with Brad Troemel and Jonathan Vingiano

Beyond Blind Mist: A Conversation with Brad Troemel and Jonathan Vingiano by Nicholas O’Brien, Bad At Sports:

“Over the past year Brad Troemel and Jonathan Vingiano have been steadily collaborating together to create platforms of digital exchange and dialog through their development of various browser-exclusive projects… Continue reading

Jan 11, 18:21
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Live Stage: Duet – Satz 1, 2, 3 et 4 [online]

Duet – Satz 1, 2, 3 et 4 – Conversations Between Antye Greie (Aka Agf) and Annie Abrahams – 4 Domestic Streaming Performances: Respiration, Le Quotidien / Daily life, La Famille / Der Familie, Les Rêves / L’Utopie / Dreams :: December 13, 14, 15, 16, 2011; 7:00 – 7:30 pm (Paris time); Performances between 5 and 30 minutes long – possibility to chat during and after :: Online.

It would be perfect if we hadn’t technical problems.
Remember forever more
It will last untill we will meet in real life.
You’re still the one I kiss good night

Verse 2 of a song by Annie and songlyricsgenerator for Antye – August 2010.

Dec 11, 16:07
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Reblogged Performative Wearables

[Image: Agata Olek] Performative Wearables, originally posted on V_2: Since wearable technology pieces are often designed to be interactive, and in most cases are presented to an audience in some sort of way, we thought it was interesting to do a thought experiment: can every ‘wearable’ be considered a performative work, and can this approach help to design and create more meaningful projects?

When Valerie Lamontagne was ‘researcher-in-residence’ at V2_Lab, we dedicated two editions of the eTextile Workspace to the topic of ‘Performativity‘. Continue reading

Dec 6, 17:27
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Live Stage: Computation and Humanities [in Bangalore]

Dialogue Cafe: Computation and Humanities – Revisiting a Silent Revolution with Kavita Philip (University of California, Irvine) :: December 2, 2011; 4:00 – 6:00 pm :: The Centre for Internet & Society, Bangalore, India :: RSVP: Prasad [at]

The Centre for Internet and Society announces the launch of its Dialogue Cafe, where every month, we approach seminal thinkers, scholars and practitioners to help explore knowledge paradigms that help us understand and research techno-social realities through innovative thought, concepts and frameworks. Continue reading

Nov 30, 14:57
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The ARPANET Dialogues Vol.III

The ARPANET Dialogues Vol. III: ARPANET Test March 1976 with Joseph Beuys, Juan Downey, Rosalind Krauss & Henry Moore :: Published on 1 November 2011. Presented as a contribution to the project/publication The Archive as a Productive Space of Conflict.

“… The occasion of this conversation was suggested by Donald Lupton, a computer scientist and researcher working at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in a lab funded by DARPA. Lupton has been commissioned with restarting the Agency’s art and culture propaganda project, which has lain relatively dormant since the early 60s. Unbeknownst to the four participants, this conversation is an early test case for exploring new forms of cultural dissemination with the aim of using Western intellectuals for spreading democratic values. Continue reading

Nov 7, 18:33
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Live Stage: The Assignment Book [us NYC]

The Assignment Book: A project by Luis Camnitzer :: September 21 – October 16, 2011 :: Opening: September 21; 6:30 – 9:00 pm :: Aronson Galleries, Sheila C. Johnson Design Center, Parsons, The New School for Design, 66 5th Ave @ 13th Street, New York City.

In The Assignment Book I am trying to bridge the distance between artist and viewer, and start a dialogue and collective research instead of merely communicating by way of a monologue. I would like to share unresolved and sometimes ridiculous conundrums and questions that hopefully lead to critical inter- and multidisciplinary thinking, and unleash similar but collectively generated stimuli. Not unlike the blog format, answers and suggestions should enter the exhibition space so that the stage is shared with the visitors, leading to deinsitutionalized learning: Learning Without a School. In this I abandon the traditional declarative stance of the artist/teacher. Being accountable for how I deal with the assignments I become an unprotected artist/learner.” – Luis Camnitzer Continue reading

Sep 21, 12:07
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Southern Ocean Studies [tr Istanbul]

ISEA2011 presents Southern Ocean Studies :: Pro­jec­tion on the Cupola: September 14 – 21, 2011; 9:00 am – 11:00 pm :: Discussion: September 16; 8:00 – 10:30 pm :: Çem­ber­l­i­tas Hamam (built by Mimar Sinan in 1584).

Lan­franco Aceti, ISEA2011 Is­tan­bul Artis­tic Di­rec­tor and Con­fer­ence Chair, in­vites you to dis­cuss is­sues of con­tem­po­rary ecol­ogy, melt­ing of the poles and the im­por­tance of water in world cul­ture while bathing in the sur­round­ings of this his­tor­i­cal build­ing adorned with the art­work of Gavin Baily, Tom Corby and Jonathan Macken­zie.

The art­work you will see here shows the South­ern Ocean cir­cu­lat­ing the Antarc­tic land mass (cen­tral). The pro­ject soft­ware runs in real-time gen­er­at­ing the ocean cur­rents on the fly, to which are mapped var­i­ous other eco­log­i­cal data sets. Continue reading

Sep 10, 10:32
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Mutualisms: Art & Reciprocity [us Chicago]

Mutualisms :: September 9 – September 25, 2011 :: Opening: September 9; 6:00 – 10:00 pm :: Symposium: September 11; 1:00 – 5:00 pm :: Co-Prosperity Sphere, 3219-21 South Morgan Street, 60608, Chicago, IL.

Mutualisms is a collaborative curatorial project organized by Lise Haller Baggesen and Kirsten Leenaars, exploring the ways in which networks of friendship and artistic collaboration can be used as a model for curating. Mutualisms is looking into artistic strategies for finding hospitality and exchange in the context of contemporary art practices as well our own social domain.

Eight Dutch and eight American artists/artist duos were paired and worked together to create a collaborative presentation of their works. Continue reading

Sep 9, 13:15
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“The Conversation” by Ralf Baecker


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