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“Tulsita” by the Wa-KOW! Collective

tulsita.jpgTurbulence Spotlight: Tulsita by the Wa-KOW! Collective [Needs Flash plugin] – The Wa-KOW! Collective was founded on the idea that the distinctions between artistic media are problematic and productive rather than essential. Our primary goal has been to find ways to blur those boundaries. The group–made up of poets, musicians, and photographers–works in and around the borders between text, sound, and image, exploring the relations between the three media and the nature of each type of media. Continue reading


Jan 18, 08:51
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Live Stage: Concrete Daisies [us Los Angeles]

concretedaisies.jpgConcrete Daisies – by Carole Kim :: January 19-20, 2008; 7:30 pm :: The Velaslavasay Panorama at the Union Theatre, 1122 West 24th Street (@ Hoover), Los Angeles, CA.

Concrete Daisies is a site-specific performance / installation of dance, sound, and live-feed video projection. A stellar ensemble of dancers, musicians, and video artists will explore the interior and exterior spaces of the Velaslavasay Panorama, an historic exhibition hall, theatre and garden dedicated to the production and presentation of unusual visual experiences. Continue reading


Jan 16, 15:57
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concreteSTREAM

concretestream.jpgconcreteSTREAM is an experimental netcasting platform for live multi-location artist collaborations using low and high bandwidth including Internet 2. concreteSTREAM also invites Guest Curators for free live netcast programs, lectures and symposium panels. Baltimore MD, 2001-present.

After ten years of the emergence of the world wide web, artists have consistently sought to describe its ability through metaphor, material, and social means, such as creating a place of community beyond the borders of politicians and their regulations. Continue reading


Jan 9, 18:24
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Live Stage: Soft Machines and the Cinematographic Imaginary [pl Łódź]

camerimage_head.jpgSoft Machines and the Cinematographic Imaginary, Nowe media i film – International conference within the confines of the 15th International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography Plus Camerimage :: November 30, 2007, 12:00 – 6:00 pm :: The Grand Theatre Łódź.

Beginning in the last decades of the 20th century, the increasing expansion of multimedia has made the digital synthesis of image, interactivity, non-linearity and intermediality not only ephemeral practices of contemporary art, but also prevalent and established characteristics of popular culture. Continue reading


Nov 26, 14:25
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POW! Performance Art Mini-Festival [us San Francisco]

bw_qr_fuzzy_1.jpgPOW!, Performance Art Mini-Festival :: March 6 – 8, 2008 :: Space Gallery, San Francisco, CA :: Call for Entries – Deadline: IN HAND DEADLINE: November 12, 2007 :: Produced by samo-wilmo-tek.

POW!, Performance Art Mini-Festival is searching for original “cutting edgy” works that combine disciplines in an unusual, original, and intelligent manner. We are looking for 20-minute maximum, low tech or semi-low tech (simple video+audio, performance, lighting) creative pieces that integrate music, sound, performance art, theater, dance, and/or visual arts. Selected works will be performed live at Space Gallery in San Francisco, California during our 1st Annual Spring Performance Festival March 6 – 8, 2008. Continue reading


Oct 24, 13:35
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echo::system

echosystem.jpgConceived by Grisha Coleman, echo::system is a series of multi-platform, site-specific, live performance installations, referred to as Action Stations. Natural habitats such as the bottom of the ocean floor, an open prairie land, a volcanic island, a desert, provide the information from which the team of collaborators develop physical, virtual and mythological material systems to create alternative environments. By research and observation of natural and urban habitats, echo::system is an experience of ‘constructed’ nature that looks at integrated systems and resonant patterns in the landscape to create a surreal parallel world and unearth unexpected experiences for its inhabitants. Continue reading


Sep 19, 11:03
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Live Stage: Fluxus East [de Berlin]

fluxus.jpg[Image: Vytautas Landsbergis with a cardboard figure of Lt. Colonel Oliver North on a visit in the USA, picture: private] FLUXUS EASTFluxus Networks in Central and Eastern Europe
:: September 27 – November 4, 2007; Wed – Sun 2-7 pm :: Opening: September 26, 7 pm :: Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Mariannenplatz 2, D-10997 Berlin.

Fluxus is well-known as an (anti-)artistic, international network with centres in the USA, Western Europe and Japan. But what about this “intermedia” art — art encompassing music, actions, poetry, objects and events — beyond the “Iron Curtain”? What echo did Fluxus find in the states of the former Eastern Bloc, and what parallel developments existed there? Continue reading


Sep 10, 08:07
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The Childhood Machine

league.jpgThe League of Imaginary Scientists is a non-exclusive society for creative scientists, mechanically-inclined artists, absurdist inventors, and self-proclaimed quacks (think subterfuge meets centrifuge). The League specializes in building mega-media constructions of scientific mythologies. Media artist Lucy H. G. is a returning LKV artist-in-residence, having worked and exhibited in Trondheim in winter, 2005. As Dr. L. Hernandez Gomez, she acts as coordinating researcher for the League, pulling from the collective creativity of local and remote artists to realize interactive mega-media installations. Collaborators for The Childhood Machine include Matt Solomon from Los Angeles, artists Anne Helga Henning and Pol Buyesen of Trondheim, with remote engineering by Jeremy Schwartz and Steve Shoffner in Los Angeles and sound development by Imaginationandmymother in London. Continue reading


Aug 13, 19:33
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The EyesWeb Project

eywexprspace.jpgInfoMus Lab: Laboratorio di Informatica Musicale’s The EyesWeb Project – The EyesWeb research project aims at exploring and developing models of interaction by extending music language toward gesture and visual languages, with a particular focus on the understanding of affect and expressive content in gesture. For example, in EyesWeb we aim at developing methods able to distinguish the different expressive content from two instances of the same movement pattern, e.g., two performances of the same dance fragment. Our research addresses the fields of KANSEI Information Processing and of analysis and synthesis of expressiveness in movement. More. Continue reading


Jul 13, 13:03
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mech[a]OUTPUT

070531P_full.jpgThe Japan Society presents mech[a]OUTPUT by koosil-ja / danceKUMIKO :: May 31 – June 2, 2007.

Radical New York-based choreographer/ dancer/ singer song writer/ new media artist Koosil-Ja presents an electrifying multimedia dance-performance with live 3-D environment, seamlessly incorporating elements of traditional noh music and choreography from the classic noh play Dojoji. The legends surrounding Dojo-ji Temple in Wakayama, southeast of Osaka, have inspired numerous noh and kabuki plays about the vengeful spirit of a spurned woman. By juxtaposing the restrained and subtle choreography of Dojoji with 3D world imaging projected on to a large screen, the daring Bessie Award and Guggenheim Fellowship-winning artist Koosil-ja transposes the work into her own aesthetic context, creating an innovative blend of modern and traditional, digital and flesh. Continue reading


May 10, 15:37
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