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NMR Commission: “I Can’t Go On, I’ll Go On” by Haeyoung Kim (a.k.a Bubblyfish)

logo_300.jpgI Can’t Go On, I’ll Go On by Haeyoung Kim (a.k.a Bubblyfish) [Needs Flash Player and Speakers On] – I Can’t Go On, I’ll Go On is an interactive art piece inspired by Samuel Beckett’s short novel, “Molloy.” The work is presented in two parts: a blog for you to contribute your thoughts about Beckett’s writing; and the multimedia generated by your entries.

“In 2007 I began to learn to ride a bicycle. This for me was a choice not so much determined by reasons of pleasure but as a way of manifesting my need to literally move on with my life. Around the same time, I began to read Beckett’s famous Three Novels, and was moved in particular by “Molloy.” Bicycles are a very important metaphor in this book.” Haeyoung Kim Continue reading


May 26, 2009
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Transitio_MX 03 Competition [mx Coyoacán]

transitio.jpgTransitio_MX 03: International Media Art and Video Festival :: Centro Nacional de las Artes, Centro Multimedia, Avenida Río Churubusco 79, Colonia Country Club, C. P. 04220, Coyoacán, México, D. F. :: Call for Proposals — Deadline: June 19, 2009.

“The third edition of the Electronic Art and Video Festival, Transitio_MX 03 attempts to acknowledge differences in a transparent and straightforward context. We aim to offer an event that is representative of current trends in new media art and video, and to show how artists use that technology in their creative pursuits.

While global space eliminates the geographical locations wherein these proposals take place by homogenizing them; technological appropriation is seen as a disagreement, and as such, artistic practices emerge as autonomous. Continue reading


May 22, 2009
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MUV Festival 2009 [it Florence]

foto5.jpgMUV Festival 2009 :: June 9 – 14, 2009 :: Florence, Italy.

MUV is an event that explores a world of languages that intersect: the digital arts, electronic music and audiovisual experimentation. Now in its fifth edition, the festival will take place in the beautiful location of Sferisterio “Tambourine” Parco delle Cascine of Florence. The festival opens this year with the current issues of environmental sustainability and collection calls to investigators electronic, techno-visionaries, designers dell’immateriale, activists and designers are able to think about a sustainable future in which technology evolved is the best antidote to the destruction of the planet. Continue reading


May 22, 2009
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Call: The 7th Cimatics Festival [be Belgium]

_defaultbanner.jpgCall: The 7th CIMATICS FESTIVAL 09 :: November 21 – 29, 2009 :: Various locations in Brussels :: Submissions Deadline: July 31, 2009.

Cimatics Festival presents to a large and diverse public what is taking place at the cross-roads of art, media, music, design or technology. Cimatics aims to support innovative experiments and outstanding productions in the fields of audiovisual and digital culture. To submit your work for this years festival (deadline July 31st 2009), fill in the online submission form. Cimatics is an audiovisual festival that is closely connected to contemporary digital and urban practice. This edition of Cimatics festival aims at encouraging all projects that focus on the relation of both cultures.


May 22, 2009
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Live Stage: Non Stop Music Planet [fr Paris + online]

background.jpgNon Stop Music Planet (NSMP) – 24h of live music performances following the world time belt :: May 30-31; noon to noon (GMT+2 _ Paris-F) :: Call for Participation — Deadline: May 27.

Artists, performers, musicians, concert venues, radios, and entertainers are invited to participate by broadcasting sound & video content into the NSMP festival using DIY streaming technologies. The contents will then be broadcast on 3 screens at Point Ephémère – Paris-F (mixed by several guest directors / cinematographers). The stream will also be available online. Non Stop Music Planet is an opportunity to: Continue reading


May 22, 2009
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Live Stage: Sound Out of Paper [de Berlin]

fishinger1_1_300.jpg[Image: Oscar Fischinger holds “fake” rolls made by his Studio for publicity purposes] Sound Out of Paper with Andrei Smirnov :: May 21, 2009; 9:00 pm :: NK, Elsenstr. 52 2HH, 2Etage Berlin.

Russian proto-electronic music from 1930s and beyond, a presentation and film viewing session of synthesized sound from light called Graphical (Drawn) Sound technique produced in the 1930s and recently discovered at the Russian State Film Archive. The technology of synthesizing sound from light called Graphical (Drawn) Sound technique which was invented in Soviet Russia in 1929 as a consequence of the newly invented sound-on-film technology. At exactly the same time similar efforts were being undertaken in Germany by Rudolf Pfenninger in Munich and, somewhat later, by Oscar Fischinger in Berlin. Continue reading


May 20, 2009
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Live Stage: Raster Noton: The Shop [us NYC]

raster.jpgRaster Noton: The Shop — with a special performance by Carsten Nicolai (Alva Noto) and Olaf Bender (Byetone) :: Opening: May 26, 2009; 7:00 – 9:00 pm :: e-flux, 41 Essex Street, New York City.

Raster Noton’s investigations into sound frequencies and sequences are principally developed in the field of music, but often cross over into the visual arts. Using digital signal processing as their primary medium (often in combination with moving images and graphics) the label’s many releases and live performances explore minimal, modular, and concrete approaches to the structure of sound and its possibilities for being activated and manipulated as a material form. “While their late 20th century forebears applied the aesthetics of processes and mechanisms from manufacturing and industry to their craft, so many of the Raster Noton label’s publications emulate the unseen operations and transactions of our era – the flow of information.” (davidz) Continue reading


May 20, 2009
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No Cultural Pipeline Dialogue [online]

serhat.jpgSerhat Köksal (aka 2/5BZ) No Cultural Pipeline Dialogue :: until May 24, 2009 :: Online Museum for Soundart

In NO Cultural Pipeline Dialogue, Serhat Koksal investigates the effects on people’s economic or political situations and individual states of mind in a critical and humorous way. His sound and visual works and projects employ collage and cut-up techniques, found film, news material, outdoor shots and processed samples, electronics. 2/5 BZ marks up
gentrification and gentrifisual struggle that is triggered in the course of the globalization by audiovisual input and says NO to a dialogue fetishism. Continue reading


May 20, 2009
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Live Stage: Soundwalk-a-thon [us NYC]

n80807494422_1945.jpgSoundwalk-a-thon :: June 7, 2009; 2:00 – 8:00 pm :: Various locations & start times – choose your own adventure in New York City :: Space is limited! Register by June 1, 2009.

A group of visionary artists will lead sonic excursions throughout New York as part of a rare live sonic arts experiment — the ISSUE Project Room Soundwalk-a-thon — a fundraiser and collective public inquiry into the connection between urban space and our collective sonic imaginations. Led and designed by some of New York’s most exciting sound artists and musicians, these walks will take groups of 10-20 people at a time on an intimate journey of sonic discovery to experience our community in a way they may never have done before — through sound. Walks range from meditative deep listening, to sing-a-longs, to noise-making walks incorporating instruments, iPods, boomboxes, cell phones, or silence in order to amplify the nuances of our ever-changing soundscape. Continue reading


May 18, 2009
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Radio Without Boundaries

radio.jpgRadio Without Boundaries Conference :: Begins: 6pm May 28th with opening reception and performances, and continues May 29th and 30th :: $150/$130 2-day :: $85/$75 day rate :: At The LOOP Centre for Lively Arts and Learning, Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie Street #176, Toronto, CA :: Final date to register is May 22, 2009! :: go to www.naisa.ca/RWB and click there to the registration link to register

New Adventures in Sound Art is pleased to launch the 8th edition of the Deep Wireless Festival of Radio & Transmission Art with cutting edge performances, a theatre production, sound installations, special radio broadcasts, a compilation CD and the Radio Without Boundaries conference. “In an era when the channels for creative radio are rapidly being extinguished, Deep Wireless returns every May to bring people together from around the world who are continually pushing the creative boundaries of the world’s oldest electronic media as well as redefining radio and transmission through new technologies.”– Darren Copeland, Artistic Director, NAISA. Continue reading


May 18, 2009
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