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Live Stage: Architectures of Memory [us Santa Cruz, CA]

Architectures of Memory by Helen Hyunkyung Park and Natalie McKeever :: October 21, 2011; sunset :: Mitchells Cove, West Cliff Drive and Sunset Ave, Santa Cruz, California. Continue reading


Sep 30, 14:43
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Riverscaping/Alles Am Fluss [us Massachusetts]

Riverscaping/Alles Am Fluss is an international and northeastern US public realm public art/design-build competition on the Connecticut River in Massachusetts :: Deadline: December 10, 2011.

The objective of this competition is to uncover new public realm art, architectural and environmental approaches to riverscapes at two scales: regional and intimate. Each designer/artist/team will produce an overall strategy for connecting and relating the four defined sites (and those between) while paying attention to the unique and individual characteristics of each community through site specific work. At its core, the competition asks three main questions of its designers/artists/teams: Continue reading


Sep 22, 16:40
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The Avant-garde: Specters of the Nineties [nl Maastricht]

The Avant-garde: Specters of the Nineties :: until November 20, 2011 :: Marres-Centre for contemporary culture, Capucijnenstraat 98, 6211 RT Maastricht, The Netherlands.

Within the long-term program covering the avant-garde, Marres presents Specters of the Nineties, an exhibition that looks at the last decade of the 20th century through a selection of art works made in the period between 1989 and 2000.

The most prominent characteristics of the 1990s, commonly known as the beginning of ‘The Information Age’, are without doubt the revolutionary development of digital technology the emergence of a global capitalism. Continue reading


Sep 19, 15:57
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Jennifer and Kevin McCoy: Installation View [us NYC]

Jennifer and Kevin McCoy: Installation View :: September 23, 2011 – January 14, 2012 :: Opening: September 22; 6:00 – 9:00 pm :: 601Artspace, 601 West 26th St. #1755, New York, NY.

For Installation View, the McCoys bend their artistic practice of revealing how meaning is made to focus on how meaning is displayed. Their curatorial effort here aims to discover the private lives of artworks. As an intervention into 601’s collection, they have created a site-specific exhibition out of non-site-specific art. Whether situated outdoors, in a guesthouse, or in an artist’s studio, Installation View shows artworks the way they more frequently exist, instead of in a state of exhibition. Continue reading


Sep 7, 11:02
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Live Stage: Site Specifics: Mobile Media Art and the Contexts of Place [tr Istanbul]

ISEA Istanbul presents Site Specifics: Mobile Media Art and the Contexts of Place — Chair Per­son: Chris­tiane Paul; Pre­sen­ters: Tanya Toft, Jack Toolin, Teri Rueb :: Sep­tem­ber 19, 2011; 9:00 – 10:30 am :: Sa­banci Cen­ter Room 4, Sa­banci Cen­ter, Lev­ent.

The panel dis­cusses cat­e­gories of loca­tive, site-spe­cific media art and their im­pact on un­der­stand­ing the con­text of place. Mo­bile com­put­ing po­ten­tially en­ables var­i­ous forms of so­cial in­ter­ac­tion and has to be con­sid­ered in re­la­tion to con­cepts of em­bod­i­ment, the cre­ation of mean­ing, as well as in­di­vid­ual au­ton­omy and agency. Continue reading


Aug 31, 15:33
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Spiral Drawing Sunrise [tr Istanbul]

Spiral Drawing Sunrise, a device for the site specific recording of sunrises by Esther Polak and Ivar van Bekkum :: September 14-20, 2011; times here :: part of ISEA2011.

Spiral Drawing Sunrise’s main component is a “phototropic car”, a small robotic rover that runs on solar energy, not unlike the carts used by NASA to explore the environments of distant planets. Except that this cart is designed to make observations of a distant body, the sun, in familiar settings, like a public square. It functions as a kind of sun-powered, mobile hour glass: the cart, tight to a pole with a longinsh rope, moves when its panels have collected a given amount of sunlight. And as it continuously deposits sand, the cart leaves behind a patterned spiral trail. Continue reading


Aug 24, 13:33
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Breaking Ground: Broken Circle/Spiral Hill [nl Emmen]

SKOR | Foundation for Art and Public Domain and Land Art Contemporary present Breaking Ground: Broken Circle/Spiral Hill (1971–2011) Continue reading


Jul 21, 17:50
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Voices of the Sea Artists Commissions

[Image: Rinko Kawauchi, Murmuration, 2010*] Voices of the Sea Artists Commissions :: Call for expressions of interest — Deadline: July 11, 2011.

Voices of the Sea is a unique commissioning opportunity created by a partnership of arts organisations. In Brighton and Hove, UK: Fabrica, Blast Theory, Brighton Festival, Lighthouse, Photoworks, the University of Brighton and in France, the Musee de Beaux Arts Calais. We seek to commission two artists, each with a strong track record, to create two major new works, responding to the coastal context and maritime heritage of South East England.

The commissions are inspired by The Boat Project by Lone Twin, beginning its maiden voyage in 2012 and visiting Brighton as part of Brighton Festival. Continue reading


Jun 28, 16:57
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Augmented Window [fr Paris]

Augmented Window :: June 17-26, 2011 :: Centre Pompidou, Gateway level 6, Place Georges Pompidou, 75004 Paris, France.

Directed and curated by Thierry Fournier, Augmented Window is a sensory observatory. Different artists and authors have been invited to produce a critical reading or original work on the landscape itself. Each contribution is geo-localized and presented on a touch-screen window that looks out onto a landscape that is simultaneously displayed as a live video feed on the window itself.

Augmented Window is premiered within the Futur en Seine Festival, at Centre Pompidou. Continue reading


Jun 15, 10:57
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[-empyre-] Biennales Plus and Minus

[Image: A single spark can start a prairie fire’ 星星之火,可以燎原 – by 4 Gentlemen] Exchange between Tim Murray, John Craig Freeman, and Tamiko Thiel on -empyre-:

Tim wrote: I’m interested by the participants (ManifestAR Venice Biennial AR Intervention) choice not to extend the availability of the works more broadly online as net.art pieces. Was this choice a technological determination related to the smartphone interface and the desire for onsite intervention or were there added considerations involved.

John Craig Freeman wrote: Hi Tim et al, Technically the works in the ManifestAR Venice Biennial AR Intervention are net art, as they use both mobile and wifi networks. I get your point however. The site-specificity of this technology is exactly what attracts me to it. Continue reading


Jun 12, 17:15
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