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Ubicidade | Ubicity [br São Paulo + Online]

Ubicidade | Ubicity :: June 27-30, 2011; 9:00 am – 4:00 pm :: Electronic Computational Center – University of São Paulo, Avenida Professor Gualberto, 71, travessa, 3 Cidade Universitária, Butantã, São Paulo, Brazil.

Ubicity is a Telematic Art Project, proposed to stimulate conceptual, mediatic and aesthetic experimentation through streaming, videoconferencing and social media. Its main goal is to establish a structure that will enable artistic and cultural exchanges specially among research centers in Universities around the world. Ubicity, a word created through the conjunction of Ubiquity and City, is proposed to enhance Internet-based communication between artists and researchers of geographically distant places around the world. Continue reading


Jun 11, 12:38
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Texte zur Kunst Issue No. 82: Artistic Research

Texte zur Kunst Issue No. 82: Artistic Research:

With artistic research, the June 2011 issue of “Texte zur Kunst” addresses a theme that has been increasingly discussed in the past two decades, particularly at the level of policies on higher education. In university and academic education, there are currently signs of a trend determining art as a field of “research” — artistic research is thus a highly controversial point of reference for initiatives related to educational and research policies, even though the historical and systematic preconditions of this type of “research” are still to a large extent unclear. However, among practitioners — artists, university teachers, curators etc. — the debate on the obvious question of the century-old relationship between art and science has long been abandoned. Continue reading


Jun 8, 11:39
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Field_Notes: Cultivating Ground [fi Lapland]

Field_Notes – Cultivating Ground :: September 26 – October 2, 2011 :: Kilpisjärvi Biological Station in Kilpisjärvi/ Lapland/ Finland :: Call for Collaborators — Deadline: June 30, 2011.

Field_Notes – Cultivating Ground is a week long field laboratory for theory and practice on art & science work at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station of the University of Helsinki in Lapland. Five working groups, each hosted by an expert (Oron Catts, Marta de Menezes, Anu Osva, Tapio Makela and Terike Haapoja) together with a team of four, will develop, test and evaluate specific artistic approaches based on the interplay of art & science. The outcome of Field_Notes will result in a publication published by the Finnish Bioart Society in 2012. Continue reading


May 31, 14:57
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Just Grounds: Cape Town [se Stockholm]

Resources.11 — Just Grounds: Cape Town — Post-graduate course in Architecture and Urban Planning :: Royal Institute of Art, Mejan Arc/ Architecture, 103 26 Stockholm, Sweden :: Deadline for Applications: June 13, 2011.

Urban Africa: Africa is rapidly urbanizing. 40% of the continent’s population is now urban, but despite Africa’s extensive natural resources and strong economic growth, neither international nor local investments find their way to the cities. In post-colonial Africa the City is still consider an exception. Basic infrastructure is still lacking and urbanization is occurring primarily in the form of slums, as silent encroachments. However, African urban researchers note that the African city should not be considered simply incomplete versions of their western counterparts. Indeed, the African city is following its own route with a very different map. Continue reading


May 30, 12:56
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May 21, 17:18
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Live Stage: Armin Medosch [at Vienna]

Armin Medosch | Automation, Cybernation and the Art of New Tendencies (1961-1973): Art as Visual Research :: May 11, 2011; 7:00 pm :: Academy of Fine Arts, DG14/Turm 4 (top floor, then go up the staircase by room 214), Schillerplatz 3, A-1010 Vienna.

Armin Medosch’s lecture, organised by the WWTF Art(s) and Sciences research project Troubling Research. Performing Knowledge in the Arts, will be based on his PhD thesis-in-progress Automation, Cybernation and the Art of New Tendencies (1961-1973) (Arts and Computational Technology, Goldsmiths, University of London, Digital Studios). The thesis interrogates the project and international art movement New Tendencies (NT) which originated in Zagreb, former Yugoslavia, in 1961, and lasted until 1973. Continue reading


May 10, 19:29
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Live Stage: Experimental Station [us Madrid]

[Image: Caleb Charland, “Four Spheres with Compass, Penlight and Drill (Demonstrations series),” 2007] Experimental Station: Research and Artistic Phenomena :: May 14 – October 9, 2011:: Opening: May 13; 8:00 pm :: CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madrid, Spain.

Experimental Station is an exhibition that explores the crossroads and overlaps of art and science, finding connections between the implausible or, at the very least, the improbable. The exhibition features the work of 29 artists whose artistic practices share a fair number of motivations, quests and impossible horizons with scientific research. Formal research, pseudo-science, science fiction and paranormal phenomena are the experimental domains in which they are focused and through which they materialize their work. Continue reading


May 10, 19:08
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“Afflator” by Nick Knouf

Afflator — by Nick Knouf — breathes upon the conditions of today’s robotic creatures that are pulled into the muck of mimesis. To have a robot that is spoken to in natural language, that walks in a bipedal fashion, is the research that is valorised. Afflator deforms these conditions to suggest that the robotic form does not need to resemble anything we have seen before, that the means of engagement with a robot can be something other than traditional language and movement. Draping from the gallery ceiling and extending along the floor in a wave of fabric, Afflator unfolds onto contemporary robotics research to suggest other ethico-political options for engagement with the robotic other.

Extending from Afflator is a tube with an attached mask, worn by the gallery visitor to create a machinic assemblage of human and creature. Continue reading


Apr 5, 11:07
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Uncovered 2010-2013 [cy Cyprus]

Uncovered: Nicosia International Airport, United Nations Protected Area, Cyprus 2010 – 2013:

Uncovered was initiated in 2010, based on Cypriot artist Vicky Pericleous’s idea for an artistic intervention at the Nicosia International Airport, subsequently submitted as a proposal to the UNDP by Özgül Ezgin and Argyro Toumazou parallel to the peace-negotiations process. For the last 12 months, Ezgin and Toumazou have been providing art works for the conference room in which the peace talks were taking place. Yet, the airport project was an attempt to widen the art-based interventions to the process. Their aim was to experiment and produce presentations both for the conference rooms of the bi-communal peace talks, as well as site-specific interventions and panel discussions, open to the public. Continue reading


Apr 3, 16:07
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Nyhedsavisen: Public-Interfaces

A fake is a fake. Anyway — Les Liens Invisibles

We can only guess that fake publishing will mark the dawning of a new information era — The Financial Times

Nyhedsavisen: Public-Interfaces is a fake newspaper presenting cutting edge research in an accessible FREE tabloid format. The newspaper is a 100% genuine copy of the famous Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.

The increasing demand for publication of academic peer-reviewed journal articles must be met. Unfortunate examples demonstrate that this may lead to plagiarism. This is not a viable solution. Continue reading


Apr 1, 18:04
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