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Live Stage: Made in Internet [pl Krakow]

slocum.jpgARTBOOM Festival 2010 and Marcin Ramocki have the pleasure to introduce Made in Internet — an online showcase featuring 23 international web based artists :: June 11-28, 2010 :: Artboom Headquarters, Pawilon Wyspiaskiego, Plac Wszystkich Swietych 2, Krakow, Poland.

Featuring works by: 0100101110101101.org, Tamas Banovich, Michael Bell Smith, Petra Cortright, Paul B. Davis, Ursula Endlicher, Eteam, Joel Holmberg, JODI, Guthrie Lonergan, Kristin Lucas, Joe McKay, Tom Moody, MTAA, Luke Murphy, Paul Slocum, Jessie Stead, Harm Van Den Dorpel and Cj Yeh. Organized by Marcin Ramocki.

Made In Internet is a showcase of short video forms created by web artists. This selection reflects the trends and concepts of contemporary new media in the last 5 years, which revolve around blogs, streaming video and social media: the late, consumer-oriented Web 2.0. Continue reading


Jun 10, 2010
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Live Stage: Critics Floating in Virtual Space [nl Amsterdam + online]

[Image: Network visualization of the Documenta 12 Magazines project] Critics Floating in the Virtual Sphere: Will Art Criticism Survive the Digital Age? — International Seminar :: December 9, 2009; 2:00 -5:00 pm :: De Balie, Amsterdam and Live webcast.

The digital revolution has profound effects on the status of art criticism. With newspapers and other printed media in decline, the traditional platform for critical reflection on art has shrunk or shifted towards electronic (web-based) media. Continue reading


Nov 20, 2009
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Networked: a (networked_book) about (networked_art)

networked.jpgNetworked: a (networked_book) about (networked_art) INVITES YOU TO PARTICIPATE: Two years in the making, Networked: a (networked_book) about (networked_art) is now open for comments, revisions, and translations. You may also submit a chapter for consideration.

active, aethetics, aggregators, authenticity, authorship, BEN FRY, BEN RUBIN, BURAK ARIKAN, collaborative, communication, data, data mining, digital traces, distributed, DIY, EDUARDO NAVAS, everyday life, flow, GOLAN LEVIN, identity, improvisation, Internet, JANET CARDIFF, JASON FREEMAN, JODI.ORG, JONATHAN HARRIS, latency, lifelogging, lifetracing, MANIK, mapping, MARK AMERIKA, MARK HANSEN, MARTIN WATTENBERG, MAX NEUHAUS, Mechanical Turk, mediation, memory, music, narrative, NastyNets, NATHANIEL STERN, net art, network, NICK KNOUF, nonlinear, OLIVER LARIC, participation, performative, persistance, PETER TRAUB, platform, postmodernism, presentational, privacy, prosumer, prosurfer, ranking, realism, reality, real-time, relational, remix, representation, research, RYBN, SCARLET ELECTRIC, SCOTT KILDALL, SCOTT RETTBERG, search engine, self, self-exposure, SHIFTSPACE.ORG, social networks, software, sousveillance, STEVE LAMBERT, storage, surveillance, tactical media, telepresence, THE HUB, THEY RULE, TrackMeNot, transmission, TV, user-generated, visualization, web 2.0, webcam, widget, Wikipedia Art, YES MEN. Continue reading


Jul 31, 2009
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NMR Commission: “My Space Sound” by Sawako Kato

kato_logo_300.jpgMy Space Sound by Sawako Kato [Requires Mac OSX, Flash Player, and a fast Internet connection] – My Space Sound is an audio popup book about the village called MySpace. The story starts like this: “Once upon a time … there was a village called MySpace. It is the era when so-called ‘Web 2.0’ is still a novelty…” Users can participate in the story by entering their MySpace URL, as well as by just browsing the story. In a world composed of both facts and fictions extracted from the database, the audience gets a chance to rethink the chaotic social network space. Continue reading


May 26, 2009
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Net_Music_Weekly: ThruYou

thruyou.jpgLike so many of us, Ophir Kutiel enjoys cruising YouTube, land of a million amateur film clips. Unlike the rest of us, the 27-year-old Israeli musician and producer – who goes by the name Kutiman – has found in his virtual wanderings the raw materials for a groundbreaking project called ThruYou: seven original songs made by mixing dozens upon dozens of music clips that have been uploaded to YouTube. — Boston Globe

After disclosing ThruYou to just twenty friends, Kutiman’s project spread virally across the web, racking up more than one million views in less than a week. After viewing ThruYOU, open source advocate Lawrence Lessig praised the project as a pioneer of a new, less regulated form of media, saying “If you come to the Net armed with the idea that the old system of copyright is going to work just fine here, this more than anything is going to get you to recognize: you need some new ideas.” — Wikipedia Continue reading


May 11, 2009
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Live Stage: Broadcast Yourself [us NYC]

pratt.jpgPratt Manhattan Gallery presents Broadcast Yourself, a symposium that will contrast traditional media with the “YouTube” Generation :: April 1, 2009; 6:30 pm :: Lecture Hall 213, 144 West 14th Street, NYC.

Broadcast Yourself will address the issues of power and control extended by traditional media outlets in contrast with the do-it-yourself attitude pervasive in the tech-savvy younger generation. Symposium panelists will also speak to the impact that radio and television can have in shaping the events of our time; how artists can directly engage, challenge, or subvert the structure and authority of broadcast media; and how our culture is shaped by the actions of individuals and artists. Continue reading


Mar 29, 2009
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Reblogged Radiohead’s Data Melancholy

2257259120_ff7581e3d4.jpgIn case you missed it, Radiohead have gone all data-aesthetic with their latest video, House of Cards. What’s more, it’s fully zeitgeist-compliant, with open access and a call for re-visualisations of a quite massive dataset: hundreds of megabytes of spatial data gathered with various 3d laser-scanning rigs. If the download stats and early signs are anything to go on, we will be seeing much more of this dataset. Continue reading


Sep 3, 2008
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Media Content for the Web [bg Sofia]

tosmi.jpgMedia Content for the Web – extended deadline and scholarships available for the training in Sofia :: The deadline for application for the training course “Producing media for the web: Open Source Software & web 2.0” is extended and there are still scholarships available for allocation.

The course takes place in Sofia from 11th to 16th of August this year. It combines both a conceptual approach related to web 2.0, distribution of rich media content on internet, e-marketing, the potential of open source tools, and practical issues linked to production of audiovisual content for the web. Continue reading


Jun 30, 2008
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Julie Freeman’s “Dogs’ Ears”

A witty and subversive take on the video chat room, Dogs’ Ears — commissioned by the ICA (UK) — explores the beauty and language of the dog ear and the future of arts patronage in the digital era. Presented as a video chat website, visitors can log-in and browse dogs for free. But if users want to ‘chat’ with a dog, then they will need to make a small donation – either to the charity Hearing Dogs for Deaf People – or direct to the artist to fund the next stage of the project, when Freeman will write software that analyses the ear movements to produce a sonic piece. Continue reading


Jun 20, 2008
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Live Stage: Expo Unconference [uk Brighton]

unconf.jpgExpo Unconference :: Date: Friday 4th July, 10:30-16:30 :: University of Brighton :: Grand Parade Campus, Grand Parade, Brighton, BN2 0JY

Expo Unconfernce is about discussing ideas about and around sonic art. By ‘sonic art’ we mean anything that uses sound with artistic intent. It is part of Expo Brighton, the UK’s largest weekend of free sound art and experimental music.

At Unconference, everybody participates! That means the attendees are the presenters and the audience. If you aren’t going to present, you can organize a discussion or publish notes from a talk. Continue reading


Jun 18, 2008
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