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Live Stage: Bloodbath [au Sydney]

Bloodbath :: October 9, 2010; 5:30 – 9:30 pm :: Hordern Pavillion, Sydney, Australia.

Bloodbath is a collaborative distributed artwork by Bump Projects in association with the Sydney Roller Derby League. Bloodbath features artists Linda Dement, Kate Richards, Sarah Waterson, Francesca da Rimini, and Nancy Mauro-Flude, each with recognised track records in new media, data visualisation, mediated performance and/or work with embodiment or violence. At an all girl flat track roller derby game, sensors on the helmets of players feed data to their five artworks, generating digital elaborations of the moves and collisions on track.


Sep 8, 21:32
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Live Stage: AVATAR 4D [us San Francisco + Richmond]

n o m a i n b e t w e e n series: AVATAR 4D :: April 17, 2010; 6:30 – 11:30 pm :: N O M A GALLERY, 80 Maiden Ln. 3rd fl, San Francisco, CA + Reference Gallery, Richmond, Virginia.

NOMA Gallery is pleased to present Avatar 4D, a performance event curated by JstChillin and the first event in the n o m a i n b e t w e e n series. In the words of the JstChillin creators (Caitlin Denny and Parker Ito):

“Avatar 4D brings a night of embodied logarithms and viral glancing. We have asked seventeen artists whose work is concerned with the internet to perform in the space all at the same time. Through curatorial synesthesia, the performances will be set up as chaotically choreographed circumstances that exist in a reality of virtual proportions, modifying their skins in a post human culture of “I”. Continue reading


Apr 7, 11:33
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Final Call and Highlights of the ElectroSmog Festival

ElectroSmog – International Festival for Sustainable Immobility :: March 18 – 20, 2010 :: Amsterdam  | New York | Madrid  Riga | London | Banff | New Zealand | Munich | on-line.

ElectroSmog festival means zero travel (no presenter will travel beyond their local or regional boundaries to participate in this event, and a crucial dimension of the festival will be its on-line presence), going beyond the broadband enclaves (remote connection to lower bandwidth spaces, do-it-yourself telematics, and information technologies for the majority world will be central concerns the festival will address) and includes thematic discussions, presentations and connected debates (a series of interlocking thematic programs, connected discussions and debates all transmitted live over the internet), as well as satellite events. Continue reading


Mar 15, 16:23
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ElectroSmog: International Festival for Sustainable Immobility

ElectroSmog: International Festival for Sustainable Immobility :: Amsterdam / New York / Madrid / Helsinki / Riga / London / Banff / New Zealand / Munich / & on-line No Travel Allowed! :: March 18 – 20, 2010 :: + International Design Competition.

ElectroSmog is a new festival that explores the concept “Sustainable Immobility” in theory and practice. Sustainable Immobility is first of all a critique of the growing global crisis of mobility. Current forms of hyper-mobility of people and products in travel and transport are ecologically increasingly unsustainable. The will to slow down, however, seems thoroughly absent. The economic crisis may have temporarily slowed matters down, long term projections still point towards exponential growth of worldwide mobility and exploding energy needs. Alternatives for the current state of hyper-mobility need to be designed urgently. Continue reading


Jan 6, 17:01
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New Storytelling Machines – A Performance Presentation


By Joe Wachs.


Dec 21, 10:42
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Live Stage: ETP_body-spaces09

ETP_body-spaces09 – Exploration of Nearness & Distance :: December 5, 2009; 8:00 – 9:00 pm :: CIANT | International Centre for Art and New Technologies, Kubelíkova 27, Prague, Czech Republic.

ETP_body-spaces09 – Exploration of Nearness & Distance is an experimental performance of four dancers with simultaneous actions in Prague, Dresden, Madrid and Norrköping. The interactive environment is web-linked and divided into four parts. Each part is bound to explore the relationship between proximity and distance in different ways within net-linked virtual environment :: Part I: body-instruments; Part II: body-visiting of Madrid; Part III: bodies & languages; Part IV: re-body-spaces — Dancer: Johana Matoušková.


Dec 5, 08:05
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Live Stage: Streamflow Conditions [online]

Streamflow Conditions: Charting a poetics of language, code, and networks with John Cayley (CA), Roderick Coover (US), Ian Hatcher (US), Mez Breeze (AU), José Carlos Silvestre (BR), Stephanie Strickland & Cynthia Lawson Jaramillo (US), Rui Torres (PT) :: December 5-6, 2009; 5:35 – 5:35 pm :: http://streamflowconditions.subitopress.org.

Timestamp: 24 hours of networked writing :: Online Launch: December 5-6; 4:35 – 435 pm (UTC-7/MST sunset in Denver, Colorado): artists of the online exhibition, Streamflow Conditions, will perform online for 24 hours through networked writing, live coding, streaming video, or other means. Continue reading


Nov 30, 20:22
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What The Fork?! Distributed and Open Practices in FLOSS Art

make art is an international festival dedicated to the integration of Free/Libre/Open Source Software (FLOSS) in digital art. The fourth edition of make art – “What The Fork?!” distributed and open practices in FLOSS art – will take place in Poitiers (FR), from December, 8-13, 2009. With Aharon Amir (GB), Wayne Clements (GB), FooCorp (GB), Gijs Gieskes (NL), Gullibloon (AT/DE), Adnan Hadzi (CH), Lisa Haskel (GB), Reni Hofmuller (AT), Olivier Laruelle (FR), LAFKON (DE), Anne Laforet (FR), Mattin (ES), Antoine Moreau (FR), Nathalie Magnan (FR), No Copy Paste (HU), Noyade (FR), Jean Sepulchre (FR), Wesley Smith (US), Koray Tahiro#lu (TR/FI), The Guardians of the Tradition (US), Taku Unami (JP), Milovann Yanatchkov (FR), Simon Yuill (GB), Jeremie Zimmermann (FR), IOhannes M. Zmolnig (AT), … Francais below. Continue reading


Nov 22, 17:38
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Media Fragments Working Group – Video, Audio, Images

The mission of the Media Fragments Working Group, part of the Video in the Web Activity, is to address temporal and spatial media fragments in the Web using Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI). It involves breaking up video so you can link to points in the timeline (deep hyperlinking), enabling video to be broken up into parts. See this.

From – Use cases and requirements for Media Fragments: Audio and video resources on the World Wide Web are currently treated as “foreign” objects, which can only be embedded using a plugin that is capable of decoding and interacting with the media resource. Continue reading


Nov 20, 14:15
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Vague Terrain 15: .microsound

Vague Terrain 15: .microsound

The latest of edition of Vague Terrain is dedicated to celebrating the tenth anniversary of the .microsound community. Guest curated by the American composer Kim Cascone, the issue provides a range of commentary and context on “sub-atomic” musical aesthetics and a window into this globally distributed community of electronic musicians. In Cascone’s own words .microsound is a fertile middle ground between “the ivory tower of sterile academia” and “the seizure-inducing din of the dance club”. For those unacquainted with this zone of musical production, this collection of work provides a perfect introduction. Continue reading


Oct 24, 17:42
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