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Live Stage: Sound Art. Sound as a Medium of Art [de Karlsruhe]

soundart_zkm.jpgSound Art. Sound as a Medium of Art with works by John Cage, La Monte Young, Rolf Julius, Timo Kahlen, Steve Roden, Carsten Nicolai, Ryoji Ikeda, Iannis Xenakis and more :: March 17, 2012 – January 6, 2013 :: Opening: March 16, 2012; 7:00 pm :: ZKM_Foyer, Lorenzstraße 19, D-76135 Karlsruhe, Germany. Continue reading


Mar 4, 2012
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Art’s Birthday Online Performance

arts_birthday.jpgArt’s Birthday Online Performance: NAISA will present a live re-mix of NAISA’s January 15th activities plus recordings of other Art’s Birthday broadcasts from around the world. Also, included are Art’s Birthday gifts by artists uploaded to Kunstradio. To send your own birthday gift for Art upload pictures, video or sound here.


Jan 14, 2012
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New Flesh Network (2011)

New Flesh Network is a musical performance for choir – controlled by The Musical Turk :: by Olle Cornéer and Martin Lübcke ::

New Flesh Network from Olle Corneer on Vimeo.

Every person in the choir wears a pair of ear muffs cancelling out all sounds, making them hear only the instructions that they individually receive in their in-ear headphones. The music is improvised and reflects the network it is a part of. Every person executes a simple task, but the result is complex and organic. Continue reading


Dec 27, 2011
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Contribute to Another Year of Turbulence!

Dear Friends,

We’re half-way through our end of year fundraiser. Please make a donation (tax-deductible for US residents) before December 31.

Now embarking on its 32nd year, New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. — an independent not-for-profit organization founded in New York City — continues to agitate the institutional art world through its trailblazing projects, including New American Radio (1987-1998), Turbulence.org (1996-), Networked _ Performance (2004-), Networked _ Music _ Review (2007-), and Networked: a (networked _ book) about (networked _ art) (2009-).

Since 1981, NRPA has commissioned more than 500 works by more than 400 artists, many of them just beginning their careers. The Turbulence.org archive spans a crucial 15-year period of exploration and innovation in digital, networked environments, ranging from hypertext to information visualization, blogs to social networks, and interactive dance/musical compositions to 3-D architecture.

Here’s what Régine Debatty and Timothy Murray have said about Turbulence.org:

“Turbulence because they’ve been consistently commissioning net.art … and because they have a great blog called Networked_Performance that documents better (much better) than me the calls, essays and events that interest the whole new media art community.” Régine Debatty, we-make-money-not-art, 2006

“Turbulence … has developed into a natural archive of Internet art, housing the largest representation of American art produced as networked art. Indeed, no other on-line exhibition project has played such an influential and lasting role.” Timothy Murray, The Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art, 2011

Please help us keep doing what we’re doing by making a donation via PayPal on http://turbulence.org or by sending a check to:

New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc.
124 Bourne Street
Roslindale, MA 02131
United States of America

Thank you.

We wish you all a peaceful and prosperous 2012.

Warmly,

Jo and Helen


Dec 16, 2011
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Final Week: Tracing Mobility Exhibition [de Berlin]

event-24.jpgTrampoline Berlin: Final Week of Tracing Mobility Exhibition :: Ends December 12, 2011 ::

The final week of Tracing Mobility: Cartography and Migration in Networked Space has begun, only one more week of the exhibition that has set out to examine how electronic networks and mobile media are transforming our conceptions of time, space and distance. Continue reading


Dec 7, 2011
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Live Stage: Paweł Janicki and EU_tracer [fr Paris]

After presentations in Wrocław, Lviv, and Minsk, two final showings this year of Paweł Janicki’s EU_tracer performance with internet and acoustic instruments will take place in Paris and Brussels. Continue reading


Dec 6, 2011
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Contribute to Another Year of Turbulence!

Dear Friends,

Now embarking on its 32nd year, New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. — an independent not-for-profit organization founded in New York City — continues to agitate the institutional art world through its trailblazing projects, including New American Radio (1987-1998), Turbulence.org (1996-), Networked _ Performance (2004-), Networked _ Music _ Review (2007-), and Networked: a (networked _ book) about (networked _ art) (2009-).

Since 1981, NRPA has commissioned more than 500 works by more than 400 artists, many of them just beginning their careers. The Turbulence.org archive spans a crucial 15-year period of exploration and innovation in digital, networked environments, ranging from hypertext to information visualization, blogs to social networks, and interactive dance/musical compositions to 3-D architecture.

Here’s what Régine Debatty and Timothy Murray have said about Turbulence.org:

“Turbulence because they’ve been consistently commissioning net.art … and because they have a great blog called Networked_Performance that documents better (much better) than me the calls, essays and events that interest the whole new media art community.” Régine Debatty, we-make-money-not-art, 2006

“Turbulence … has developed into a natural archive of Internet art, housing the largest representation of American art produced as networked art. Indeed, no other on-line exhibition project has played such an influential and lasting role.” Timothy Murray, The Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art, 2011

Please help us keep doing what we’re doing by making a donation via PayPal on http://turbulence.org or by sending a check to:

New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc.
124 Bourne Street
Roslindale, MA 02131
United States of America

Thank you.

We wish you all a peaceful and prosperous 2012.

Warmly,

Jo and Helen


Dec 1, 2011
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Call Extended: Networked Music Festival [uk Birmingham]

network.jpgNetwork Music Festival :: January 27-29, 2012 :: Birmingham, UK ::The deadline for submissions to the open call for the Network Music Festival has been extended to December 5, 2011. We are especially hoping to receive additional proposals for talks and workshops, but will also still be considering performances, installations, etc. For full details, please see: http://networkmusicfestival.org/open-call/ Continue reading


Nov 30, 2011
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Live Stage: Penta Locus

penta_locus.jpgPenta Locus: A Live Concert from Five Universities Around the World :: November 20, 2011; 12:00 – 1:30 pm :: Free admission. Live audience from these cities are all welcome.

Penta Locus extends a history of networking music education at five universities for a concert of new telematic music pieces by students and faculty. The concert builds on 2010 Tri Locus between University of California San Diego, New York University, and Stanford University, and past work with Queens University Belfast, Concordia University, and Hamburg Hochschule of Music. Continue reading


Nov 14, 2011
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Call: Network Music Festival [uk Birmingham]

network.jpgCall for proposals for performances, talks, installations, demos and workshops :: Network Music Festival, *Birmingham, UK :: January 27, 2012 to January 29, 2012 :: DEADLINE: 30th November 2011

The *Network Music Festival* will take place in January 2012 in Birmingham (UK) in the heart of Birmingham’s creative community. Presenting a diverse programme of laptop performances, live coding, communicating home-made musical gadgets, sound installations, workshops and everything else in between, the Network Musical Festival boasts an international line-up including some of Birmingham’s best home-grown hi-tech musical performers. We are looking for proposals for performances, talks, installations, demos and workshops. Continue reading


Nov 7, 2011
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Networked_Music_Review (NMR) is a research blog that focuses on emerging networked musical explorations.

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"Two Trains" by Data-Driven DJ aka Brian Foo

Two Trains: Sonification of Income Inequality on the NYC Subway by Data-Driven DJ aka Brian Foo: The goal of this song is to emulate a ride on the New York City Subway's 2 Train ... Read more
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