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Live Stage: Streamflow Conditions [online]

Streamflow Conditions: Charting a poetics of language, code, and networks with John Cayley (CA), Roderick Coover (US), Ian Hatcher (US), Mez Breeze (AU), José Carlos Silvestre (BR), Stephanie Strickland & Cynthia Lawson Jaramillo (US), Rui Torres (PT) :: December 5-6, 2009; 5:35 – 5:35 pm :: http://streamflowconditions.subitopress.org.

Timestamp: 24 hours of networked writing :: Online Launch: December 5-6; 4:35 – 435 pm (UTC-7/MST sunset in Denver, Colorado): artists of the online exhibition, Streamflow Conditions, will perform online for 24 hours through networked writing, live coding, streaming video, or other means. Continue reading


Nov 30, 20:22
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Live Stage: Anna Dumitriu & Blay Whitby [uk Brighton]

Anna Dumitriu & Blay Whitby discuss the Relationship Between Art and Science :: December 2, 2009; 4:00 – 6:00 pm :: Russell Building Room 10, University of Sussex, Falmer Campus, Brighton, UK.

Anna Dumitriu is a visual artist whose highly experimental work is involved with the nature of trans-disciplinary practice-based research. She has collaborated with scientists on at least 10 major projects over the past eleven years and often tends to go very deeply into her chosen area of research, taking on, or attempting to take on, the role of scientist in an almost performative sense, raising paradigmatic questions in her work. Continue reading


Nov 28, 15:59
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Live Stage: Audiomobile [at Styria]

[Image: Trigger Points for the composition of Michael Mastrototaro, aka MACHFELD] Audiomobile — A mobile sound installation for cities by Matt Smith and Sandra Wintner with: Eva Ursprung (A), Martin Pichler (A), Norbert Math (A), Heike Kaltenbrunner (A), Michael Mastrototaro (A), Luka Princic (SLO) :: Registration for a ride :: November 27 – December 4, 2009 :: Bad Radkersburg, Styria, Austria.

Audiomobile invites you to explore ‘Sonic Maps’ while driving around in a comfortable vehicle that encourages dialogue between a random assortment of passengers and that is equipped with a multi-channel audio system and GPS positioning system. Continue reading


Nov 28, 15:05
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blown up! Temporary Autonomous Classroom [fr Paris]

blown up! The Temporary Autonomous Classroom — an eventwork by Silvia Maglioni & Graeme Thomson :: Dates Below :: Mains d’Oeuvres, 1, rue Charles Garnier, 93 400 Saint-Ouen, Paris.

blown up! is an eventwork, mapping an investigation at once philosophical, cinematic and relational. In a manner similar to Antonioni’s film Blow-Up which follows a photographer’s quest to locate a body in a London park from a blow-up of a snapshot he has taken, Silvia Maglioni & Graeme Thomson explored 1970s video footage of Gilles Deleuze’s courses at the University of Vincennes to locate participants in the seminar who then became collaborators in their film, Facs of Life. Continue reading


Nov 28, 14:41
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“Under the Sign of Labor” by Sabeth Buchmann

I. From the Dematerialized Object to Immaterial Labor

Anglo-American Conceptual art, which emerged in the mid to late 1960s, displayed a new interest in linguistics and information theory that clearly distinguished it from the industrially coded production aesthetics of Pop art and Minimalism. The thesis that went along with this was that replacing author-centered object production with linguistic or information-based propositions represented a challenge not only to any traditional “material-object paradigm” (Art & Language) but also to those aspects of craftsmanship within “production values” that are crucial to any claims to authorship and the “work,” and this perhaps helps to explain how and why the history of Conceptual art has mistakenly been written as a history of “dematerialization of the object.”(1) Continue reading


Nov 28, 14:28
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Seppukoo: Viral Suicide Goes Pandemic

The injunction everywhere to ‘be someone’ maintains the pathological state that makes this society necessary.“- The Invisible Committee

This is the end. My only friend, the end.” – Jim Morrison

A Virus is haunting the busy communication highways of the social networking sphere: the virus of Seppukoo. The infection has been started off last month with a viral marketing campaign for the launch of the homonym notWorking platform Seppukoo.com. The alert has now reached the pandemic state. Nobody’s safe.

EARLY SYMPTOMS. YOU ARE MORE THAN YOUR VIRTUAL IDENTITY. Continue reading


Nov 28, 12:55
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“Claiming Its Space: Machinima” by Michael Nitsche

Claiming Its Space: Machinima by Michael Nitsche, Dichtung-Digital #37, 2007:

ABSTRACT: Although machinima has grown exponentially, it remains a largely undefined digital artistic practice in-between existing traditions. Machinima makers freely sample/ combine/ and break elements of traditional media. They “play” their references. This essay does not attempt to fix machinima to any single definition but will identify the intermedia relations to better position machinima into the digital media landscape. The argument will target three main influences: film, television, and theatrical performance. To exemplify these points the essay will discuss exemplary and relevant machinima pieces. It puts emphasis on the real-time aspects in production and play back to highlight the key specifics of this relatively new format.


Nov 28, 12:45
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Live Stage: City Mobilization [cn Shenzhen + Hong Kong]

2009 Shenzhen & Hong Kong Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture: City Mobilization :: December 6, 2009 – January 23, 2010 :: Opening: December 6; 6:00 pm :: Conference: December 7-9 :: Marathon Event with Rem Koolhaas and Hans Ulrich Obrist: December 22 :: Main Venue: Shenzhen Civic Square; Sub-Venues: Shenzhenwan Avenue, Yitian Holiday Plaza.

Taking the theme of City Mobilization, this year’s Bi-city Biennale proposes an investigation into the organization and balance of social life within contemporary urban China. In today’s globalized world, we have moved from a model of ‘nationhood’ to ‘city-hood’ where cities must consider themselves in relation to a global network of other cities around the world. Continue reading


Nov 28, 12:38
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Residency Program for Web Art Production

Residency Program for Web Art Production :: CALL FOR PROJECTS – SUBMISSION DEADLINE : JANUARY 15, 2010.

For over 10 years Agence TOPO has created and produced web art works with artists from diverse horizons whose practices and contents lend themselves to multimedia writing. Over the course of the year 2010, Agence TOPO will produce a set of web projects that incorporate a performative aspect and which explore the links between the screen and the off-screen: poetry readings and interpretations, participative performances, interactive arrangements/devices, etc. These projects are a follow-up in the series Sortir de l’écran/Spoken Screen, begun in 2007 with Laboratoire NT2 of the Université du Québec à Montréal. Continue reading


Nov 27, 20:36
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