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Live Stage: Sandro Đukić [hr Zagreb]

Upgrade! Zagreb: Sandro Đukić :: May 7, 2009; 7:00 pm :: net.club mama, Preradoviceva 18, Zagreb, Croatia.

Sandro Đukić presents topic About problems of the reality of an image through his work. Discussion and refreshments follow after the presentation. Meet people interested in media art, exchange ideas about projects and get inspired.

Sandro Ðukić is an artist who in his works – spatial, architectonic and photographic installations and constructed films – moves from one medium to another with ease. By doing those movements, he applies different layers and meanings of spaces and by doing that he defines himself as virtual visual artist with tendency towards critical interpretation of space and date of inception of the artwork. Continue reading


May 6, 16:18
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Live Stage: Iconography of Climate Change [us Boston]

Platform2 with Robert DaVies presents Iconography of Climate Change – A digital silkscreen production workshop with Robert DaVies :: May 10, 2009; 1:00 – 5:00 pm :: Studio 9:43 @ The Distillery, 516 East Second Street, South Boston, MA :: Space is limited, please RSVP: info [at] ikatun.org.

Polar bears… Melting glaciers… Pine groves… Green arrows… Blue skies…Stranded penguins… Al Gore… Parched earth… Powerpoint… Sprouted seedlings… Reusable bags… What are the images that we associate with climate change? Continue reading


May 5, 13:38
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Reblogged Image, Data and Environment: Notes on Watching the Sky

Watching the Sky is a data visualisation project I’ve been working on for the past six months or so. The work is almost ridiculously simple: slit-scan type visualisations of large image time-series, shot from the window of my Canberra office. All the images from this process are up on Flickr. Recently UK journal Photographies invited me to write an “image led” piece on the work for their forthcoming second issue. Here’s the essay, which looks at how we interpret, and literally image, pattern and change in the environment, and the role of data in that process. The themes (data, materiality, aesthetics) and some of the examples will be familiar to regular visitors. New things include spatiotemporal imaging (and even photography) as data visualisation, weather vs climate, black cockatoos, a quick look at art using environmental data-sources, and an equally quick dig at Tufte’s Wavefields. It’s also the most autobiographical bit of writing I’ve done in years – make of that what you will. Continue reading


Apr 22, 14:02
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Live Stage: End of Illusion … [uk London]

Thursday Club: Manthos Santorineos: 21st Century: End of Illusion, Birth of the Fake Image, and the Replacement of Light with Memory :: February 23, 2009; 6 -8 pm :: Seminar Rooms, Ben Pimlott Building, Goldsmiths, University of London, New Cross, South East London.

Digital representation (the encoding of any natural phenomenon in the form of numbers) creates for the first time a breach in the continuous development of civilization. This breach appears at all the possible levels of interaction between man and image: in the methods of production, communication and perception. The main feature of this breach is the substitution of light with memory. Continue reading


Feb 19, 12:13
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Live Stage: body/traces [us Troy, NY]

Sophie Kahn and Lisa Parra: body/traces :: January 27, 2009; 3:00 pm :: EMPAC, Studio 2, Troy, New York.

New media artist Sophie Kahn and choreographer Lisa Parra present a work-in-progress showing of their video installation, body/traces, a 2008-2009 EMPAC DANCE MOViES Commission. Using a DIY 3D laser scanner and stop-motion 3D digital animation to track a dancer’s movement through space and time, they are creating a single-channel video to be projected at life-size. The showing is the culmination of a three-week creative residency at EMPAC, and will be followed by an open discussion. Continue reading


Jan 26, 12:48
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“The Bridge Project” by Elif Ayiter

The aim of The Bridge Project, says Elif Ayiter, “is to visually demonstrate my personal understanding of the evolution of the computer generated “image work” [01], by means of a free associative process that utilises the search and query mechanisms of the internet. I have tried to create a structure that displays this process by showing the data gathered in detail as well as in its entirety: Zooming in and out of objects and virtual navigation following free associations that can be evoked through online thesauruses, internet search engines and the ensuing surf mechanisms that can be utilised in the act of image creation, very much like collage/assemblage. Continue reading


Dec 12, 17:17
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“Urban Squares” by Aleksandar Janicijevic

Aleksandar Janicijevic has been developing Urban Squares since July 2001. It consists of an intensive collection of urban square images. The photos have been taken in more than 15 countries, stitched together as 360˚ panoramas and prepared in two formats, a Quicktime VR that can be viewed as an interactive movie, and some of them in a version prepared for printing at up to 20″ x 150″. As an integral part of this collection a classification system was developed. There are two parts to this system: categories of the types of squares and an evaluation method.

By classifying and then analyzing the elements of a square, I slowly began to realize that there is a similarity between the city and a living organism. We can treat cities as entities with collective intelligence and, with the same analogy, we can recognize a system by which the urban space communicates with us. the square, as a city’s “heart and soul”, has the most to say, so recently I concentrated my artistic exploration on the language of urban squares. Continue reading


Nov 11, 15:50
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Live Stage: YOU OWN ME NOW UNTIL … [sl Ribnica]

YOU OWN ME NOW UNTIL YOU FORGET ABOUT ME. with works by Mary-Anne Breeze (mez), Codemanipulator(R), Christina Goestl and clitoressa.net, Karl Heinz Jeron and Valie Djordjevic, carlos katastrofsky, Joerg Piringer, Marek Walczak and Martin Wattenberg :: October 17 – November 10, 2008 :: Opening Reception: October 16, 2008; 7:00 pm :: Galerija Miklova hisa, Skrabcev trg 21, 1310 Ribnica, Slovenia.

“Speech and the ability for meta-reflection on one’s own language are inherent characteristics of human beings. Since the beginning of the twentieth century, language — whether written, spoken, or performed — has become more and more a part of the visual arts in various artistic practices and theoretical approaches, ultimately becoming a constitutive element and the “source” code of digital art. All the projects presented in the exhibition YOU OWN ME NOW UNTIL YOU FORGET ABOUT ME. were originally Internet-based artworks. Continue reading


Oct 15, 14:47
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artscience @ Le Laboratoire [fr Paris]

Le Laboratoire: Ryoji Ikeda & Benedict Gross; Shilpa Gupta & Pamela Sklar; R&Sie(n) & François Jouve :: Schedule below :: Le Laboratoire, 4 rue du Bouloi, 75001 Paris.

Conceived and initiated by the Franco-American scientist and writer David Edwards, Le Laboratoire is a ONE YEAR OLD experimental art and design centre located in the heart of Paris. Here artists and designers conceive and develop ideas in collaboration with scientists working at the cutting edge of science today. These ‘experiments’ produce unconventional art and design exhibitions that reflect the work-in-progress nature of the creative process. Continue reading


Oct 11, 11:15
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Clouds of clouds

Commissioned for Interact 15, Clouds of clouds — by Miguel Leal and Luis Sarmento — is a random generator of cloud images. Each new cloud is unique and indexed to a particular time (GMT) on a particular day. It was developed in Perl + MySQL; the database has more than 1,000,000 photos gathered from Flickr between September 10-13 2008, using Flickr API.

This is randomness, and that is altogether different. If absolutely necessary, you can count the stars. A catalogue has been kept of them since Antiquity. But if you ask for a catalogue of the clouds, people laugh at you. There is no such term as cloud, defined as permanent, defined by its borders, by its terms or its terminations. [?] Clouds, whirlwinds, flows, noises, all primary masses without qualities.” — M. Serres. Continue reading


Sep 30, 17:13
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