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Bring To Light: Nuit Blanche New York 2012

Bring To Light: Nuit Blanche New York 2012 :: October 6, 2012 :: Call for Submissions — Deadline: July 13, 2012.

Bring to Light is a site-specific contemporary art exhibition that illuminates the streets, parks, and industrial waterfront of Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Bring to Light is New York’s “nuit blanche,” part of a global network of locally organized nighttime art festivals.

An investigation of the tension and transformation underway throughout the New York waterfront, Bring to Light seeks proposals from artists exploring innovative approaches to temporary public art that engages the built environment and re-imagines public space. Continue reading


Jun 25, 13:29
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Pad.ma (Public Access Digital Media Archive)

Pad.ma – short for Public Access Digital Media Archive – is an online archive of densely text-annotated video material, primarily footage and not finished films. The entire collection is searchable and viewable online, and is free to download for non-commercial use.

We see Pad.ma as a way of opening up a set of images, intentions and effects present in video footage, resources that conventions of video-making, editing and spectatorship have tended to suppress, or leave behind. This expanded treatment then points to other, political potentials for such material, and leads us into lesser-known territory for video itself… beyond the finite documentary film or the online video clip. Continue reading


Jun 13, 15:15
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Live Stage: Public Access [uk London]

[Gustavo Romano, ‘The IP Poetry Project’, automatic poetry generating software, computer monitors, 2006] Speed Show: Public Access with Natalie Bookchin, Double Happiness, Parker Ito, Geraldine Juarez, Caleb Larsen, Kristin Lucas, Eduardo Navas, Jon Rafman, Gustavo Romano, River of the Net, Brad Troemel, Jonathan Vingiano :: June 12, 2012 ;4:30 – 9:00 pm :: Living Space Internet Café, 1 Coral Street, London, SE1 7BE, United Kingdom.

Public Access is an exhibition of Internet-based works by a group of artists originating from the Americas. It presents a selection of works by artists who address the nature of public participation and relational platforms. Continue reading


Jun 12, 14:51
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Jennifer and Kevin Mccoy: Index [us Troy, NY]

Jennifer and Kevin Mccoy: Index :: until October 13, 2012 :: EMPAC, 110 8th Street, Troy, New York.

Index is an EMPAC-commissioned public art installation by Rensselaer Arts alumni Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, which consists of multiple sculptures filmed via small, live cameras. The resulting video projection, as well as the models, will appear throughout our public spaces during an extended residency with the artists.

Inspired by a J.G. Ballard short story called The Index, in which an alphabetized list of people and places are turned into an implied, overarching narrative, the McCoys’ list spans the 1960s to today, referencing globalization, technology, mass migrations, and war. Continue reading


May 17, 14:05
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New Day New Standard: A Nanny Hotline

New Day New Standard — A public art project and nanny hotline: 646 699 3989.

New Day New Standard is a public art project and interactive hotline that informs nannies, housekeepers, eldercaregivers, and their employers about the landmark Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights, passed in New York State in November 2010.

Built on an open source framework, New Day New Standard is a hybrid application that combines regular touchtone phones, Internet-based telephony, and performance art to create an interactive Spanish/ English know-your-rights audio campaign for domestic workers and their employers in New York State.

But this is no drab and dry reading of the law. When you call the New Day New Standard hotline number, you hear what sounds like a radio talk show, ‘hosted’ by Christine Lewis, a real nanny in New York whose charisma as a social justice organizer landed her a guest spot on The Colbert Report. Continue reading


May 10, 18:53
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Live Stage: Going Feral on the Net [us Cambridge, MA]

Going Feral on the Net: the Qualities of Survival in a Wild, Wired World :: May 15, 2012; 12:30 pm (ET) :: Berkman Center for Internet & Society, 23 Everett St, Cambridge, MA + webcast live :: RSVP Required.

How do we balance the empowering possibilities of the networked public sphere with the dark, unsettling, and even dangerous energies of cyberspace? Matthew Battles blends a deep-historical perspective on the internet with storytelling that reaches into its weird, uncanny depths. It’s a hybrid approach, reflecting the web’s way of landing us in a feral state — the predicament of a domestic creature forced to live by its imperfectly-rekindled instincts in a world where it is never entirely at home. Continue reading


May 9, 19:05
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Web Biennial 2012

Web Biennial 2012 (Wb12): OCCUPY CONTENT: Have we reached the end of the Internet as we knew it? :: Open Call — Deadline: June 15. Continue reading


May 9, 12:21
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Hz Journal: From Plaintext Players to Avatar Actors: A Short Survey of Online Gaming Performance

[Eva and Franco Mattes aka 0100101110101101.ORG Reenactment of Valie Export and Peter Weibel’s Tapp und Tastkino, (2007)] From Plaintext Players to Avatar Actors: A Short Survey of Online Gaming Performance by Mathias Jansson:

Performance art emerged in the mid-1960s into the 1970s and was a way to push the boundaries between art and everyday life. Many artists saw performance as an opportunity to bring art directly to the audience without having to detour through the galleries, curators or agents. Performance therefore often occurs outside the institutions on streets, squares or other public places. It was defined as an antithesis to theatre and the ideal was to “create an ephemeral and authentic experience for performer and audience in an event that could not be repeated, captured or purchased.”(1) Famous performance artists from this time are Yoko Ono, Joseph Beuys, Vito Acconci, Chris Burden and Marina Abramović. Continue reading


May 9, 11:39
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Support Tweets in Space

Tweets in Space by Scott Kildall and Nathaniel Stern:

We will beam Twitter discussions from participants worldwide towards GJ667Cc — an exoplanet 22 light years away that might support earth-like biological life. Continue reading


Apr 26, 17:10
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Situated Technologies: Beneath and Beyond Big Data [us NYC]

Situated Technologies: Beneath and Beyond Big Data — A symposium with Philip Beesley, David Benjamin, Laura Forlano, Usman Haque, Natalie Jeremijenko, Omar Khan, Laura Kurgan, Helen Nissenbaum, Trebor Scholz, Mark Shepard, and Kazys Varnelis :: April 28, 2012; 2:00-5:00 pm :: Rose Auditorium, The Cooper Union, 41 Cooper Square, 3 AIA and New York State CEUs. Continue reading


Apr 26, 14:57
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