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Live Stage: Thrilling Wonder Stories 3 [online]

Thrilling Wonder Stories 3 — a transatlantic ideas festival featuring the finest in speculative design and spatial fiction :: October 28, 2011; 12:00 – 10:00 pm (London Time) :: Architectural Association, London, and Studio-X NYC + Follow online with our livestream and the Twitter feed (hashtag #tws3).

We have always regaled ourselves with speculative stories of a day yet to come. In these polemic visions we furnish the fictional spaces of tomorrow with objects and ideas that at the same time chronicle the contradictions, inconsistencies, flaws and frailties of the everyday. Slipping suggestively between the real and the imagined these narratives offer a distanced view from which to survey the consequences of various social, environmental and technological scenarios. Continue reading


Oct 26, 17:14
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“Mountain Ghosts” by Halsey Burgund

Mountain Ghosts by Halsey Burgund :: until mid-November :: Galleries of Contemporary Art, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs.

Mountain Ghosts is a site-specific sound art installation that infuses the entire University of Colorado / Colorado Springs campus with a location-based layer of audio created collectively by the artist and participants. Building on Burgund’s interest in systems, collected voices, and participation, Mountain Ghosts explores sound as fundamental to our experiences of space, place and history. Participants use a custom smartphone app to make audio recordings that the Mountain Ghosts system then codes by location and immediately assimilates into a collective databank for other visitors to access. Continue reading


Oct 2, 15:04
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Radius Episode 14: Sara Pinheiro [online]

Radius Episode 14: Sara Pinheiro — Quem Contra Um Conto, II :: Radius will transmit Quem Conta Um Conto, II for five days to mirror the narrative stages found in Chris Vogler’s “Hero’s Journey” on October 1 (1:12am CST), 4 (5:12am CST), 7 (10:12am CST), 10 (3:12pm CST), and 13 (8:12pm CST).

Quem Conta Um Conto, II is a study in narrative, Pinheiro’s main subject of research. The individual sounds in the piece grow as characters, based on film theorist Chris Vogler’s twelve stages of the Hero’s Journey. Pinheiro juxtaposes sound spaces to join together disparate times and places; she ignores the physical impossibilities of their junction in order to potentiate the conflict that can emerge from their friction. Continue reading


Oct 2, 13:39
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Pera pARkours [tr Istanbul]

Pera pARkours is a work-in-progress that uses Augmented Reality (Layar) to re/dis/locate fragments from the archive of the interactive cross-media project CoffeeDeposits:::Topologies of Chance — a project by Tina Bastajian and Seda Manavoglu — into public space. These locative “post-scripts” explore a small radius in the Pera/Galata vicinity to uncover disparate narratives weaving both fictive and documentary elements that include past Armenian presences, the détournement of cup reading to neo/geo-caching for prophetic visions.Pera pARkours was recently work-shopped at ISEA.

Pera (also known as Galata) was a district in Constantinople (established circa 13th century as a Genoese trading colony) north of the Golden Horn, which now encompasses parts of Beyoğlu, Karaköy, Tophane, Tarlabaşı, Cihangir etc. Pera originates from Greek, meaning “beyond or across” and the district was particularly known for its presence of Greek, Armenian, Italian, and Jewish residents and businesses.


Sep 19, 15:50
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Database | Narrative | Archive Publication

Call for Proposals for D|N|A Post-Symposium Publication :: Database | Narrative | Archive: An International Symposium on Nonlinear Digital Storytelling was held in Montréal, 13-15 May 2011. D|N|A attracted over sixty educators, artists, filmmakers, scholars and technologists from North America, Europe and Australia.

D|N|A was conceived in light of some emergent practices in the digital arts and humanities centering on interactivity, the web, documentary, and ‘new’ media. During what proved to be a highly successful gathering, almost forty of the participants gave lightning talks: highly condensed, 5-minute presentations focused on a ‘burning question’ they each wanted to open up for discussion. Continue reading


Aug 16, 11:30
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Live Stage: Surveillance Cinema [us Seattle]

Surveillance Cinema: James Coupe :: August 11, 2011; 7:00 – 8:00 pm :: Henry Auditorium, University of Washington, 15th Ave NE and NE 41st Street, Seattle, WA.

In conjunction with the exhibition The Talent Show (through August 21), The Henry Art Gallery invites you to join artist James Coupe for a screening and discussion of the artist’s recent work with ‘surveillance cinema’ in (re)collector, Surveillance Suite, and the web-based work Today, too, I experienced something… I hope to understand in a few days.

James Coupe is an artist whose work focuses on emergent systems, aesthetic machines, autonomy, and networks. Educated in Fine Art at the University of Edinburgh (Scotland) and Creative Technology at the University of Salford (England), his recent projects have included appropriative powerline networks, parasitical cellular phone agents, autonomous robot systems, self-organizing telephone call centres, and installations in which computers use spam to search for the meaning of the Internet. Continue reading


Aug 5, 18:38
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“Captcha” by Gabrielle de Vietri

Digital Natives [ca Vancouver]

Other Sights for Artists’ Projects is pleased to announce Digital Natives, a public art project on the electronic billboard at the Burrard Street Bridge, in Vancouver, Canada from April 4–30, 2011.

Located on Skwxwú7mesh territory in the heart of the city, the digital signs, facing north and south, flash a static advertisement every ten seconds. Their scale, and their proximity to the bridge makes for an assertive relationship to the pedestrians, cyclists and motorists entering and departing downtown, and this occupation of visual space has been the subject of considerable controversy.

For Digital Natives — curated by Lorna Brown and Clint Burnham — the billboard becomes a space for exchange between native and non-native communities in an exploration of language in public space. Continue reading


Apr 17, 12:11
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These Walls Could Talk

Call for Participation: These Walls Could Talk :: Virtual Tour at American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at 79th Street, New York, New York. Continue reading


Apr 9, 11:55
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Regional Relationships

Regional Relationships commissions artists, scholars, writers and activists to create works that investigate the natural, industrial and cultural landscapes of a region. Continue reading


Mar 19, 10:38
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