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Video Art from the 1960s and ’70s [us Los Angeles]

Vital Signals: Japanese and American Video Art from the 1960s and 70s :: New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape ::: The Sum of Myself: Photographic Self-Portraits from the Audrey and Sydney Irmas Collection :::: Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), 5905 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles CA.

VIDEO SCREENING: Vital Signals: Japanese and American Video Art from the 1960s and 70s is a three-part screening program presented in collaboration with Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI) that investigates the correspondence between the pioneering, and rarely seen, works of artists experimenting with video in both Japan and America. Continue reading


Oct 3, 11:27
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The Immediated Now: Network Culture and the Poetics of Reality

networked.jpgRead | Write The Immediated Now: Network Culture and the Poetics of Reality by Kazys Varnelis — in Networked: a (networked_book) about (networked_art):

ABSTRACT: Network culture is not limited to digital technology or to the Internet but rather is a broad sociocultural shift. Under network culture both art and everyday life take mediation as a given. Life becomes performance, taking place in a culture of exposure in exchange for self-affirming feedback from the net. This chapter explores the role of this poetics of the real in cultural production from YouTube to the gallery. The new poetics of reality is not the traditional realism. Earlier codes are replaced by immediacy, self-exposure, performance, and remix.


Jul 31, 12:43
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Performance Algorithms as a Function of Internet Search Queries

Third Person: Authoring and Exploring Vast Narratives

Third Person: Authoring and Exploring Vast Narratives; edited by Pat Harrigan and Noah Wardrip-Fruin [Also see Henry Jenkins’ interviews with the editors, Part 1 and Part 2]:

The ever-expanding capacities of computing offer new narrative possibilities for virtual worlds. Yet vast narratives — featuring an ongoing and intricately developed storyline, many characters, and multiple settings — did not originate with, and are not limited to, Massively Multiplayer Online Games. Thomas Mann’s Joseph and His Brothers, J. R. R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings, Marvel’s Spiderman, and the complex stories of such television shows as Dr. Who, The Sopranos, and Lost all present vast fictional worlds. Continue reading


May 20, 11:51
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CollaborationTransmission

CollaborationTransmissionEcole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, 14 rue Bonaparte, 75006, Paris, France with with Leeds Metropolitan University, Civic Quarter, Calverley St, Leeds, LS1 3HE, UK :: Call for Student Group Collaborations.

We announce the online project, entitled CollaborationTransmission. CT aims to link students of art academies, university cultural departments, or independent organisations, to collaborate through the space of transmission. collaborationtransmission.com is designed to be operational as an open forum built upon the self-initiating principle of broadcast live TV; the online provision of both the discussion and production of collaborative works and independent initiatives. Continue reading


Feb 28, 08:45
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Live Stage: Infocalypse Now! [si Ljubljana]

No Nails, No Pedestals presents Saso Sedlacek – Infocalypse Now! … Installation, demonstration, discussion :: October 22, 2008; 8 pm :: SCCA-Ljubljana Center for Contemporary Arts, Metelkova 6, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Infocalypse Now! is an initiative for the creation of an autonomous media zone in the 700 MHz spectrum, within which analogue television stations broadcast at present. With the introduction of the digital signal by 2012, the majority of the spectrum, just like the present-day analogue technology, will become a junkyard, which will be appropriated by the capital. Continue reading


Oct 20, 16:08
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Madrid Abierto – Public Art Opportunity [es Madrid]

Madrid Abierto 2009-2010 :: Call for Artists of all Nationalities :: Deadline: September 10, 2008.

The Cultural Association, MADRID ABIERTO, announces the start of the presentation of projects period for the 6th edition of its international public art programme which will be held in 2009 and 2010. The programme will hold debate sessions on public art and will generate a series of interventions of an ephemeral or temporary nature in the centre of Madrid, whose authors will mainly be selected through this open call for presentations. A specific call for presentations of sonorous work, which includes collaboration in the audiovisual TV Interventions project, is also announced. Continue reading


Jul 24, 13:40
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Live Stage: The Story of Batya M. [il Jerusalem]

25th Jerusalem Film Festival: The Story of Batya M. – An original telenovela screening with life dubbing performance by Sala-Manca Group with the live music performance of Yarden Erez (composer of the film soundtrack) :: July 16, 2008; 10:00 pm :: Hamaabada, Hebron rd 28, Jerusalem :: Entrance Fee: 15 nis including the party after the show.

The Story of Batya M. is the last (and unique) chapter of a fictional Argentinean “telenovela” (soap opera) projected on the screen and experienced as live performance. In a live performance the two leading actors from the film dub the scenes (from Spanish into English). Continue reading


Jul 7, 11:28
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Put the ‘public’ back in Public Broadcasting

wgbh.jpgThis spring, WGBH Lab’s Open Call and P.O.V. offer you a chance to make your voice heard BEFORE the voting booths open :: Deadline: May 2, 2008.

PITCH the WGBH Lab and P.O.V. your ideas for a compelling, 3-minute video short. Be creative — we want to be surprised! If selected, we’ll give you $2,000 to make it happen. Afterwards we’ll feature it online and we may broadcast it on national TV! Your story could be about an ongoing national or local issue, memories of elections past, or insight on how our NEW president can make a change — you decide! Continue reading


Apr 8, 17:21
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Australasia_2008 C-M.TV

cmtv.jpgMassive Change – Australasia_2008 C-M.TV: Media Arts Network – Call for Proposals :: Australasia_2008 C-M.TV: Media Arts Network is a curated new media web site in the context of global change. Proposal Australasia_2008 is ‘glocal’ responses to events that are happening around the world. From a ‘local’ viewpoint to a ‘global’ distribution feed. Current issues around forms of change that are effecting the planet: carbon counting, climate change, social networking, weather and ‘live’ data aesthetics…

The arena of Massive Change – since environmental tipping points are interconnected with other spheres that may have ramifications beyond the environment, into social and political systems – we open up that dialogue with you to interpret and make a proposal. Continue reading


Feb 18, 20:06
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