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Live Stage: Performing Participation #1 [us NYC]

Performing Participation #1 :: December 11, 2010; 7:00 – 9:00 pm :: empty commercial storefront, 200 Schermerhorn Street (Hoyt-Schermerhron street: A/C/G Dekalb Ave: B,D,N,Q,R).

Performing Participation #1 is a live performance and video screening that question the conditions of participation in contemporary art practice. Performance documentation of Brody Condon’s ‘Level Five’, Nadja V. Marcin’s ‘Nadja by Breton’ and Jon Cohr’s ‘Spice Trade Expedition’ will be screened. Live performances of new works by Zachary Lieberman, David J. Merritt, Alan Bailey and Taeyoon Choi will be presented. Organized by Taeyoon Choi with the Public School New York.

Performing Participation #1 is inspired by the conditions of participation such as the following anecdotes. Continue reading


Dec 8, 13:26
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Raising Dust: Encounters in Relational Geography [uk London]

[Image: Navroze Contractor, “Street sweeper in Jodhpur,” 2009. Photograph, dimensions variable] Raising Dust: Encounters in Relational Geography :: December 8, 2010 – February 20, 2011 :: Calvert 22, 22 Calvert Avenue, London E2 7JP.

Curated by Richard Appignanesi, writer, theorist and editor Raising Dust is a provocative multimedia exhibition which explores contemporary notions of identity and relativity by inviting a group of predominantly Eastern European artists to respond to the poetry and politics of place.

Arguably, the very idea of Europe is in itself a dislocation, a ‘nomadic horizon’ which responds differently to the shifting perspectives and desires of its inhabitants. Each artist in Raising Dust has contributed work which addresses this proposition and foregrounds the urgency of creating an autonomous ‘space for life’ that overrides dominant mainstream distinctions. Continue reading


Dec 8, 13:05
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The Artvertiser: Improved Reality

The Artvertiser software is now available for both the Windows and OS X operating systems. Continue reading


Dec 8, 12:55
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Live Stage: Thierry Boutonnier + Cécile Azoulay [fr Paris]

Upgrade! Paris #40: Thierry Boutonnier + Cécile Azoulay :: December 12, 2010; 5:00 pm :: Plateforme – 73, rue des Haies 75020 Paris – Metro Buzenval (9) or Avron (2).

EPLURIBUSUNUM © (Out of many, one ©), initiated in Lyon in September, 2005. This work is composed of a patent, audio recordings, digital images, flags, documents and feeds itself with relationships it generates. Thierry Boutonnier filed a patent application for the United States of America’s flag with an extra star. Continue reading


Dec 8, 10:05
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Live Stage: What is “Public Space” today? [us NYC]

p.s. What is “Public Space” today? :: December 11, 2010; 2:00 – 6:00 pm :: The Frederick P. Rose Auditorium, The Cooper Union, 41 Cooper Square (Lower Level 1), New York City.

The School of Art at The Cooper Union will host a panel discussion, initiated by Pash Buzari, reflecting on the relation between Art, Architecture, New Technologies and the “Public Sphere.”

As Youtube, Facebook, Twitter and other event phenomena increasingly mediate social interactions, this panel seeks to re-visit the notion of public space, evaluating its functions and fictions today. What are the effects of these technologies on actual space? How do they mirror the virtual into the real, and how are they embedded within the urban environment? Featuring several important artists, curators, and theorists who work on the public domain, p.s. begins by questioning how critical artistic and architectural practice offer another vision of the city. Continue reading


Dec 5, 18:10
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Connected Communities: global or local2local?

[Image: Sparky – DIY Web-Based Telepresence Robot] Digital Resources in the Humanities and Arts Conference 2011: Connected Communities: global or local2local? :: September 4-7, 2011 :: University of Nottingham Ningbo, China, with add on option of September 3 in Shanghai.

In 2011 the DRHA conference will explore the new connectivities in societies and cultures which are enabled by the blending of virtual and physical space, the traversing of time and space through the virtual, and the evolution of innovative methodologies. Crossing disciplines and challenging boundaries within the humanities, arts and the creative industries, this conference will examine critically familiar notions of the ‘local’, the ‘global’ and the ‘network’ across the cultural spectrum.

We anticipate specific strands focusing on such topics as the following, but the conference welcomes other related suggestions: Continue reading


Dec 5, 17:58
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Contain this! Leaks, Whistle-Blowers and the Networked News Ecology

Contain this! Leaks, Whistle-Blowers and the Networked News Ecology by Felix Stalder, Eurozine:

WikiLeaks’ series of exposés is causing a very different news and informational landscape to emerge. Whilst acknowledging the structural leakiness of networked organisations, Felix Stalder finds deeper reasons for the crisis of information security and the new distribution of investigative journalism.

WikiLeaks is one of the defining stories of the Internet, which means by now, one of the defining stories of the present, period. At least four large-scale trends which permeate our societies as a whole are fused here into an explosive mixture whose fall-out is far from clear. First is a change in the materiality of communication. Communication becomes more extensive, more recorded, and the records become more mobile. Second is a crisis of institutions, particularly in western democracies, where moralistic rhetoric and the ugliness of daily practice are diverging ever more at the very moment when institutional personnel are being encouraged to think more for themselves. Continue reading


Dec 5, 17:41
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Laboratory Life [uk Brighton]

Laboratory Life :: Workshop: February 20-28, 2011 :: Exhibition: March 1-7, 2011 :: Lighthouse, 28 Kensington St, Brighton BN1 4AJ, UK :: Call for Proposals/Collaborators — Deadline: December 20, 2010.

Lighthouse is thrilled to be calling for proposals for a unique interdisciplinary art and science workshop, which we are developing in collaboration with The Arts Catalyst, for Brighton Science Festival in 2011.

Laboratory Life is a production workshop, exhibition and talks programme, exploring the use of new technologies in biomedicine. At its heart is an innovative publicly accessible production workshop –- or open laboratory — which will result in new art-science projects. Continue reading


Dec 5, 17:25
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Shilpa Gupta: Half A Sky [at Linz]

Shilpa Gupta: Half A Sky :: until January 30, 2011 :: OK Offenes Kulturhaus, OK Platz 1, 4020 Linz, Austria

A cross-section of works along with a new installation produced in conjunction with the OK provide a look at the oeuvre of the young Mumbai-based artist. The new piece is an interactive sound installation, a skin globe that viewers bring to life with their touch.

Shilpa Gupta works across disciplines and with a variety of media: interactive video, internet, photography, object art and performance. In her diverse works, Gupta blurs the boundaries between art and everyday culture, calling into question how we think and who we are. Her themes include consumer behavior and cravings, violence and security-consciousness, religion, terrorism and human rights, social injustice and power. Continue reading


Dec 5, 17:11
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Live Stage: GenSpace [us Brooklyn]

GenSpace Opening :: December 10, 2010; 7:00 pm :: The Metropolitan Exchange Building, 33 Flatbush Avenue, 7th Floor, Brooklyn, NY :: RSVP: Daniel Grushkin: 917-340-0591 or dgrushkin [at] genspace.org.

Please join us in celebrating the grand opening of GenSpace — the world’s first community biolab! View our facility, meet our members, and learn about our projects while enjoying delicious food and beverages brought to you by our favorite microrganism (yeast).

Two years in the making, it will be New York City’s home for innovative educational programs, public workshops and hands-on courses in fields like synthetic biology and bio-art. We provide a safe lab space and mentorship for the enthusiasts and entrepreneurs who are creating our biotech future.


Dec 5, 17:05
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