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Calibrated Cuisine: Mobile to Mobile Dinner Party

Calibrated Cuisine: Mobile to Mobile Dinner Party :: June 18, 2011; 4:00 – 7:00 pm :: Furtherfield, 71 Ashfield Road Unit A2, London + ITP Camp, Interactive Telecommunications Program, New York University, NYC.

You are invited to share a meal with New Yorkers connected by mobile technology. The goal is to create a co-present experience where two remote groups will share a meal mediated by sonified objects embedded with smartphones. We aim to create a satisfying remote experience through a dinner party. As food is the greatest mediator.

The event is limited to 4 diners! If you would like to be a telematic dinner guest, contact Pollie Barden at pollie.barden [at] gmail.com. Continue reading


Jun 2, 11:48
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Live Stage: WalkSpace Beirut-Venice

WalkSpace: Beirut-Venice with artist Conor McGarrigle :: June 2-3, 2011; 12:00 – 2:30 pm :: Venice (Piazza San Marco) and Beirut (to be announced later) :: Part of THESTATEOFMIND @ the Lebanese Pavilion, Venice Biennale.

WalkSpace: Beirut-Venice invites the participant on a drift through Venice guided from Beirut and in Beirut guided from Venice. The work involves two simultaneous dérives through the historic cities of Beirut and Venice, connected in real time to each other and to the world. Two interconnected groups of participants will walk in each city, each receiving instruction and guidance from the other as they wander, get lost and explore …the psychogeographical ambiance of the city. Continue reading


May 29, 14:49
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Live Stage: All The World’s A Screen [UK + Spain]

All The World’s A Screen — A live telematic performance by Charlotte Gould & Paul Sermon :: May 28, 2011; 4:00 – 6:00 pm (Manchester) + 5:00 – 7:00 pm (Barcelona) :: MadLab, 36-40 Edge Street, Manchester, M4 1HN + Hangar.org, Poblenou, Barcelona.

Audiences in Manchester and Barcelona will be joined together on screen for the first time to create their own interactive generative cinema experience complete with sets, costumes and props. Employing the scenographic techniques of Alfred Hitchcock the artists have created a miniature film set in which the audience can act and direct their own movie, transporting participants into animated environments and sets where they will create their own unique narrative. Continue reading


May 25, 14:03
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“Sea of Tweets” – A Message for Japan

[The artists have placed tweets in front of Mt. Fuji, a symbol of Japan’s strength and perseverance] Sea of Tweets — by Mark Skwarek, Tamiko Thiel, and John Craig Freeman — allows viewers to tweet wishes to those in Japan affected by the terrible earthquake and tsunami of March 2011. Participants tweets from around the globe are transformed into paper cranes; the first crane tweets are already in place.

Tweets will also be placed around the northeast coast line of Japan focusing on areas affected by the tsunami, but viewers might not be able to see them there until the infrastructure is restored. In the meantime, paper cranes will be placed in other parts of Japan where people can see them without problems. The rest of the world will be given the telepresence experience of Japan’s coast. Once conditions return to normal in the areas affected by the disaster, viewers will also be able to see the cranes on-site, riding on the waves of the Pacific coast.


Mar 21, 11:46
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“Re-Locating” by Yasmine Abbas

networked.jpgRead | Write Re-Locating by Yasmine Abbas — in Networked: a (networked_book) about (networked_art):

ABSTRACT: Stress is an undesirable offshoot of any kind of travel, forced or voluntary. To soothe the stress of travel, today’s mobile individuals — neo-nomads — engage in tactics of re:location, the practice of re-assembling a familiar and cushioned personal space, an image of home. The spaces and objects we design with mobility in mind should focus on bringing comfort to these mobile individuals. We learn however that in today’s consumerist, “liquid” and hypermobile world, linkages between PIGS — People, Information, Goods and Spaces — matter more than PIGS themselves. The territories of neo-nomads relate to linkages and are dynamic as a result.


Jan 6, 14:33
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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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“Distance versus Desire” by Eric Kluitenberg

Distance versus Desire* by Eric Kluitenberg:

Clearing the ElectroSmog

The desire to transcend distance and separation has accompanied the history of media technology for many centuries. Various attempts to realise the demand for a presence from a distance have produced beautiful imaginaries such as those of telepresence and ubiquity, the electronic cottage and the reinvigoration of the oikos, and certainly not least among them the reduction of physical mobility in favour of an ecologically more sustainable connected life style. Continue reading


Nov 29, 18:12
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Maryanne Amacher: City-Links [us NYC]

[Microphone in Boston harbour, New England Fish Exchange, 1973. Courtesy of Amacher archive, Kingston, NY] Maryanne Amacher: City-Links :: until November 28, 2010 :: Ludlow 38, Künstlerhaus Stuttgart Goethe-Institut New York, 38 Ludlow Street, New York.

Between 1967 and 1981 the pioneering sound artist produced 22 City-Links projects in total, connecting distant microphones to installations and performances using dedicated FM-quality analog phone lines. Areas of downtown Buffalo, MIT, Boston Harbor, the Mississippi River, the New York harbor, studios in various locations, and other sites in the USA and abroad were transported, sometimes integrating performers near the microphones (such as John Cage and George Lewis for City-Links #18 performed at The Kitchen in 1979). Continue reading


Oct 31, 19:30
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“Open House” by Stenner + LeMieux

Open House is a new computer application and installation by Jack Stenner and Patrick LeMieux which allows virtual guests from around the world to remotely control physical aspects of a “distressed” house in Gainesville, FL. The house at 1617 NW 12 Rd. is currently abandoned and in financial limbo due to the US housing collapse. Virtual markets transformed this otherwise livable property into a ghost house. Now Open House allows individuals to repopulate this disenfranchised space and assume the role of virtual squatters — opening the doors, flickering the lights, rattling the shutters, and remotely occupying the abandoned property. Live video feedback integrates real-time physical effects with one’s virtual actions and multiplayer functionality allows for many people to live in the house at once. Simply download and run the application, so, you too can manipulate that sacred icon, the American home. Continue reading


Aug 25, 20:50
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Live Stage: European Teleplateaus [es Madrid +]

European TeleplateausNetworked Bodies: Disorientations + Amorphogenesistwo environments for interactive, telematic dance installations and performances in 4 net-connected European cities :: June 25-27, 2010; 3:00 – 9:00 pm :: Auditorium Foyer, CaixaForum, Paseo del Prado 36, Madrid + environments in Dresden (Germany), Telc (Czech Republic), and Norrköping (Sweden).

European Teleplateaus is a project in which physical interaction spaces in 4 cities connect through he internet in order to generate a common interactive audiovisual environment for interactive dance performances and installations. On this occasion the two concepts produced by the project partners from Prague and Madrid will be jointly presented in what is the last official public presentation of the project, that finishes in June 2010. Continue reading


Jun 21, 16:54
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