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WE ARE ON THE NET. net.art.lv [lv Latvia]

WE ARE ON THE NET. net.art.lv
 — Latvian net.art exhibition. Works from RIXC.LV server archive :: until December 19, 2010 :: Riga, Latvia.

WE ARE ON THE NET _ net.art.lv for the first time has gathered and exhibited the early Internet art works created by nowadays well known Latvian artists. The exhibited art works are a part of Latvian Electronic Arts Archive developed by RIXC with the support of Latvian Ministry of Culture. The Archive is developed on a base of the content of RIXC.LV (former re-lab.net) server that has hosted and maintained these early net.art projects since 1997.

WE ARE ON THE NET _ net.art.lv displays a part of the collected and reconstructed art works created between the mid 1990s until the beginning of the 21st century. Continue reading


Dec 13, 13:54
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LONGING FOR… Symposium and Exhibition [at Graz]

LONGING FOR… Symposium and Exhibition in MotionAn Interdisciplinary Spatial Research Lab curated by Charlotte Pöchhacker :: December 13-16, 2010 :: Grazer Kunstverein, Burggasse 4, A 8010 Graz, Austria.

Explorative motion is the leitmotif for LONGING FOR…, an interdisciplinary spatial research lab, that focuses on bodies, spaces and motion. The lab inspires innovative approaches through trans-genre questions and examines interfaces between architecture, composition and choreography.

The LONGING FOR… performance installation was created during the project’s first phase. Taking as its point of departure the GSarchitects’ mp09 building, LONGING FOR… #Score 1 examined the extent to which actual features from architecture can be presented, in response developing a hybrid performance installation. Continue reading


Dec 13, 13:42
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Live Stage: Networks and States [us NYC]

Milton Mueller — Networks and States: The Global Politics of Internet Governance :: December 14, 2010; 7:00 – 9:00 pm :: Warren Weaver Hall, Rm 317, NYU, 251 Mercer Street, NYC + streamed live.

Milton Mueller is a professor at the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University, where he teaches courses on information and communication policy and telecommunication management.He is also XS4All Professor at Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. His research focuses on property rights, institutions and global governance in communication and information industries. Currently, he is doing research on the legal and regulatory responsibilities of Internet service providers, Internet Protocol addressing policy, the policy implications of Deep Packet Inspection technology and the security governance practices of network operators. Continue reading


Dec 11, 20:04
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Live Stage: Silence [us New York City]

Winter 2010 Online Quarterly: Silence (Hakan Topal, Guest Editor) — Launch & Panel Discussion :: December 14, 2010; 6:30 pm :: International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP), 1040 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, New York.

With Aslihan Demirtas (Architect, New York), Regine Basha (Curator, New York), Cevdet Erek (Artist, Istanbul), Micah Silver (Artist, Cambridge, MA); Moderated by Hakan Topal (Artist, xurban_collective).

In the pages of the quarterly the authors discuss the possibilities and limitations of the condition of silence by examining its presence in art and music across a number of global socio-political contexts. Several authors tackle the concatenation of sound, history and nation, working towards an understanding of the dynamics and power of silence. Continue reading


Dec 11, 19:50
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Howard Rheingold – Networking the Community

Howard Rheingold – Networking the Community :: e- interviewed by Eric Kluitenberg for Scan Magazine “Community Networking,” 1993 (via nettime):

In 1993 Howard Rheingold wrote a remarkable book called The Virtual Community. In this book he gives what might best be called a personal account of the expanding culture of people communicating via computer networks. I asked him some questions about the relationship between virtual and traditional communities, most appropriately, via e-mail.

Howard Rheingold has been publishing books and articles on computer culture for many years. He is the multimedia columnist for Publish magazine and editor of Whole Earth Review. He has also been a consultant to the US office of Technology Assessment, and recently he took charge of Planet Wired a network project that will document the digital revolution with local examples, made accessible via the Net to a world-wide audience. Continue reading


Dec 8, 20:16
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Points of Contact:Allen, Lye, Oiticica [nz New Plymouth]

[Image: Jim Allen, Contact part 1 ‘Computor Dance’, 1974. Photo by Bryony Dalefield] Points of Contact: Jim Allen, Len Lye, Hélio Oiticica :: December 11, 2010 – February 27, 2011 :: Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, Corner King and Queen Streets, New Plymouth, New Zealand.

Points of Contact: Jim Allen, Len Lye, Hélio Oiticica is an exhibition that traces the historical and conceptual connections between New Zealand artist Jim Allen (b.1922), a significant figure in the development of post-object practices in New Zealand, and two of his greatest influences: expatriate experimental filmmaker and kinetic sculptor Len Lye (1901-1980) and Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica (1937–1980). Continue reading


Dec 8, 20:01
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Live Stage: Wendy Chun [uk London]

Crisis, Crisis, Crisis, or the Temporality of Networks: A public lecture by Wendy Hui Kyong Chun :: December 14, 2010; 5:30 – 7:30 pm :: Goldsmiths University of London, Centre For Cultural Studies, Whitehead Building, Ian Gulland Lecture Theatre.

This talk argues that crises are new media’s critical difference: its exception and its norm. Crises are central to making information valuable and to constructions of new media as empowering. This logic of crisis also links computers — understood as software and hardware machines — to neoliberal notions of sovereignty. Continue reading


Dec 8, 19:49
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Call for Watermans 2012 New Media Exhibitions

Watermans 2012 New Media Exhibitions :: Open Call — Deadline: February 24, 2010.

To coincide with the Olympics in London in 2012, Watermans is pleased to announce a unique opportunity to present a series of groundbreaking installations exploring interactivity and participation in New Media and Digital Art. Much New Media / Digital Art is increasingly aimed at interaction with the audience and artists are continuously exploring new ways of viewer participation.

This year long project proposes to showcase the work of distinguished artists from all continents, including a British artist, with an interest in projects concerned with ways of participation, interactivity or collaboration and consider the use or importance of technologies in their work. Continue reading


Dec 8, 19:27
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Responsive Ecologies [uk Brentford]

Responsive Ecologies by CaptinCaptin and Parag K Mital :: until January 21, 2011 :: Watermans, 40 High Street, Brentford, UK.

A new interactive installation, Responsive Ecologies explores notions of captivity, collective behaviour and human-nature social relations. The forms of interaction within the work take inspiration from the study of ecology (the relations of organisms, and their interactions with the environment) and reflect upon the possible implications of our actions and activities on the sustainability of future ecologies. As each individual visitor has the capability to expand or constrain the experiences of others, a coordinated approach is required in order to see the installation in its completed form. Continue reading


Dec 8, 19:17
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Live Stage: From 4chan to cam4 [us Chicago]

Upgrade! Chicago: The Unintentional Art of Digital Cultures & Communities: From 4chan to cam4 & beyond… with Natacha Stolz, Ei Jane Janet Lin & Miao Jiaxin :: December 10, 2010; 7:00 pm :: The Nightingale, 1084 N. Milwuakee, Chicago, IL.

What happens when contemporary Performance Art meets Digital Cultures online? How is New Media Art conversational? Who is having these conversations and what are their expectations?

Natacha Stolz performed her Interior Semiotics project at an exhibition/ event called FOREVER(21) in Chicago, Illinois on March 27, 2010. Stolz uploaded video documentation of the performance to YouTube on May 8. Then, as Know Your Meme reports, During the week of August 5th, the video was posted to 4chan. Continue reading


Dec 8, 18:27
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