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Suffolk Psychogeophysics Summit [uk Suffolk]

Suffolk Psychogeophysics Summit with Graham Harwood, Eleonora Orreggia, Wilfried Hou je Bek, Stephen Fortune, Suzzanne Treister, Mike Challis, Cad Taylor, Ryan Jordan, Andy Bolus, Martin Howse, Kathrin Guenter, Jonathan Kemp, John Bowers, Mariko Ogawa, Laetitia Barbier :: August 28 – September 4, 2011 ::

The Suffolk Psychogeophysics Summit presents an intense week-long series of interventions, field trips, open workshops and evening discussions led by international artists and researchers exploring the Suffolk countryside through the interdisciplinary lens of psychogeophysics, defined as the combining of psychogeographic techniques (methods of wandering) with the study of geophysical traces (geophysical archaeology, the revealing of place). Continue reading


Aug 15, 17:03
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Datapolis Symposium @ Enter Festival Prague 2011

Live Stage: Systems/Layers Walkshop [uk London]

Systems/Layers Walkshop :: May 11, 2011; 10:00 am – 1:00 pm :: Innovation Centre, Central Saint Martins, Southampton Row, London.

Systems/Layers is a half-day ‘Walkshop’, held in two parts. The first portion of the activity is dedicated to a slow and considered walk through a reasonably dense and built-up section of the city. What we’re looking for are appearances of the networked digital in the physical, and vice versa: apertures through which the things that happen in the real world drive the ‘network weather,’ and contexts in which that weather affects … what people see, confront and are able to do. Continue reading


Apr 30, 15:39
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Mobile Art: The Aesthetics of Mobile Network Culture in Place Making

[Image: The Border Memorial: Frontera de los Muertos by John Craig Freeman and Mark Skwarek] Mobile Art: The Aesthetics of Mobile Network Culture in Place Making :: February 22-25, 2012 :: College Art Association Conference, Los Angeles, California :: Call for Papers — Deadline: May 1.

The integration of mobile and locational technology into physical place has broadened the possibilities for the creation of new spaces of interaction and opened the disciplinary boundaries used to define and
understand the public arena. When real places are merged with virtual worlds, or augmented with interactive digital media, the result is a completely new “hybrid” environment where physical and digital objects coexist in real time. We seek proposals from artists, scholars, or interdisciplinary collaborative teams that engage art that incorporates cell phones, GPS, and other mobile technologies. Continue reading


Apr 23, 16:12
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Live Stage: The Border Crossed Us [us Amherst, MA]

The Border Crossed Us — A temporary public art installation by the Institute for Infinitely Small Things :: April 20 – May 1, 2011 :: Opening Ceremony: April 20; 3:30 pm :: UMass Amherst Campus.

The Border Crossed Us transplants the US-Mexico border fence in southern Arizona to the UMass Amherst campus in the form of a 400-foot-long photographic mural and sound installation emanating from a vent in the ground. The campus will be divided along its North-South boundary by a to-scale photographic replica of the vehicle fence that runs along the international boundary in southern Arizona/Northern Sonora. The particular stretch of fence being represented was erected in 2007 by Homeland Security and now divides the Tohono O’odham Nation – the second largest Native American reservation in the country – into two parts. Continue reading


Apr 12, 15:05
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Live Stage: Robert Whitman, Passport [us NYC + NJ]

Robert Whitman, Passport :: April 16-17, 2011; 8:00 pm :: Simultaneous performances at Riverfront Park, Beacon, New York (near Dia:Beacon) and Alexander Kasser Theater, Montclair, New Jersey.

Passport is a new theater piece by artist Robert Whitman (American, b. 1935), a pioneer of multimedia installation and performances. Passport — which imagines the possibility of being in two places at one time — continues Whitman’s long history of collaborating with engineers and scientists, using technology to create images that incorporate live action, specially built props, sound, video, and other visual media. Continue reading


Apr 7, 12:21
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Stealing the Senses [nz Aotearoa]

Stealing the Senses :: March 12 – June 6, 2011 :: Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, Cnr Queen and King Sts, New Plymouth 4342, Aotearoa, New Zealand.

Inhabiting their own potential moment of encounter, certain artworks have the capacity to create heterotopias of the senses. Remembering Foucault’s concept in human geography, heterotopia describes place and spaces of otherness. This exhibition offers an accumulation of work by international and Aotearoa New Zealand artists whose practices offer sensory and immersive encounters and thus propose new avenues to our phenomenological experience of the world.

Included are Brook Andrew’s room-sized participatory inflatable The Cell; a participatory accumulative project, Passage, by Isabel and Alfredo Aquilizan; Continue reading


Mar 7, 13:11
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Live Stage: Stories, in Between [no Bergen]

[Image: Runo Lagomarsino, “We support,” 2007-2011. Slide projection installation, dimensions variable] Stories, in Between with Loulou Cherinet, Patricia Esquivias, Brendan Fernandes, Tamar Guimarães, Will Kwan, Runo Lagomarsino, and Maya Økland; Guest curated by Aileen Burns and Johan Lundh :: January 22 – March 6, 2011 :: Opening: January 21; 6:00 pm :: Stiftelsen 3,14, Vågsallmenningen 12, 5014 Bergen, Norway.

Discussions around identity in our supposedly post-colonial world have been in the forefront of intellectual and artistic activities for nearly four decades. From Edward Said onwards, thinkers like Homi K. Bhabha, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, and Frantz Fanon have transformed the way that we understand and discuss colonialism and globalization. Continue reading


Jan 17, 19:08
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“Re-Locating” by Yasmine Abbas

networked.jpgRead | Write Re-Locating by Yasmine Abbas — in Networked: a (networked_book) about (networked_art):

ABSTRACT: Stress is an undesirable offshoot of any kind of travel, forced or voluntary. To soothe the stress of travel, today’s mobile individuals — neo-nomads — engage in tactics of re:location, the practice of re-assembling a familiar and cushioned personal space, an image of home. The spaces and objects we design with mobility in mind should focus on bringing comfort to these mobile individuals. We learn however that in today’s consumerist, “liquid” and hypermobile world, linkages between PIGS — People, Information, Goods and Spaces — matter more than PIGS themselves. The territories of neo-nomads relate to linkages and are dynamic as a result.


Jan 6, 14:33
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Hans Ulrich Obrist in Conversation with Hakim Bey

Hans Ulrich Obrist In Conversation with Hakim Bey, e-flux Journal #21:

[…] “HUO: I also wanted to ask you about the origins of T.A.Z.: The Temporary Autonomous Zone, which is a book that changed the way I approached exhibitions … Most of my exhibitions in the ‘90s, and … Utopia Station in the 2000s, relinquished the curatorial master plan in favor of being temporary autonomous zones in which we would basically invite collectives and artists to curate shows within the show. So for me it was a toolbox for curating, and I always wondered how you came to write that book, how its genesis came about?

HB: Well, the real genesis was my connection to the communal movement in America, my experiences in the 1960s in places like Timothy Leary’s commune in Millbrook. And of course the main criticism of this activity is that it didn’t last. But these things tend to be very ephemeral — if a secular commune lasts in America for ten years, it’s a miracle. Usually only the religious ones last longer than a generation — and usually at the expense of becoming quite authoritarian, and probably dismal and boring as well. Continue reading


Dec 19, 17:44
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