CALL FOR APPLICATION
M.A.P. – mobile artistic platform- is a trans-disciplinary travelling platform that will move
across different locations in South India between 18th October and 15th November,
culminating with an open studio presentation at 1Shanti Road Gallery in Bangalore. The
travelling project is open to 6 participants from different artistic/creative backgrounds.
At the core of the project is a commitment to foster meaningful interactions and vital
collaborations between Asian, Indian and International artists through participatory and
new media tools.
Category: Online Exhibition
CALL FOR APPLICATION
program – week 22 – 24-30 May 2010
The feature of the Week 24-30 May 2010
is presenting sonic art of its best!
SoundLAB V – soundSTORY – sound as a tool for storytelling- featuring 50 soundartists and two curatorial contributions, from Spain curated by Ruben Garcia and from South Africa curated by Julian Jonker.
Yoshikaze is an artists’ studio in Second Life, run by Goodwind Seiling/Sachiko Hayashi with support from Humlab, Ume? University, Sweden. Its main activity is to provide SL-Artist-In-Residence (Up-in-the-air Residency). The residency is project based and can be applied to throughout the year. The artist is expected to give at least one presentation of the project at the end of the residency. The residency length is normally 1-3 months.
Deadline: February 8, 2010
Dates of the workshop: February 9 through 23, 2010
Venue: Medialab-Prado in Madrid (Spain)
Join us for the Open Up international workshop! This event is focused on the development of 8 selected projects for the digital façade in Medialab-Prado cultural center’s building. The goals of the workshop are to explore the relationship between the urban screen and public space, to experiment with the screen’s communicative, narrative and visual capacities, and to investigate its potential to offer new forms of participation.
According to its field of interest, each collaborator can be part of any team, bringing his/her knowledge and ideas to the workgroup and, at the same time, learning from the group and the teachers: Jordi Claramonte, Chandler McWilliams, Casey Reas, and Víctor Viña. Directed and coordinated by Nerea Calvillo.
For residents out of Madrid, Medialab-Prado will cover for the stay of a limited number of participants at a Youth Hostel during the workshop.
No entry fees.
More information, call guidelines and submission form:
Selected projects: http://medialab-prado.es/article/open_up_proyectos_seleccionados
Email: medianeralab (at) medialab-prado.es
Plaza de las Letras
Calle Alameda, 15
28014 Madrid (Spain)
online launch – December 1, 2009
‘the other APT‘, a multi-art form exhibition produced to coincide with and respond to the Queensland Art Gallerys Asia Pacific Triennial, with a similar focus – of art within the Asia-Pacific region. However, in the interest of protocol, best practice and inclusiveness, artworks were sought locally, within Australia, to highlight the fact that we have an interesting hybrid mix of artists, right here, right now, and are also in dialogue with the first people of Australia.
Presented by cyberTribe which has a decade of history in online curating, the other APT for 2009 is only featured as an online exhibition allowing access for far-reaching audiences internationally. Curator Jenny Fraser says of the exhibition “The primary curatorial premise of the other APT is to show artworks from Indigenous Australian Artists, and also show meaningful works from other Artists that may constitute them as a friend in culture and good visitor to this country, in meaningful dialogue and otherwise. In other words, Aboriginals actively engaging with each other, and those from other cultural backgrounds – Torres Strait Islander, Australian South Sea Islander, Maori, Samoan, Fijian, Tongan, Chinese, Vietnamese, Filipino and others, providing a true survey and commenting on individual and shared experience. Naturally some of these works are collaborations – existing works, and also works produced especially for the other APT, but all really important discourse, culturally and historically.
the other APT from 2006 was also selected for inclusion in the 2008 Biennale of Sydney. As part of the Biennale, Revolutions – Forms That Turn, Artistic Director Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev selected digital artworks and texts to be featured in its Online Venue. The exhibition as a whole and the Online Venue particularly, focussed on the different ways artists have ‘revolutionised’ contemporary art. It explored the impulse to revolt, rotating, turning upside down, shifting points of view, revolving, mirroring and reversing as formal devices, as well as chart their broader aesthetic, psychological, psychoanalytical, radical and political perspectives.
“Being acknowledged in the Biennale of Sydney has again brought great importance to the relevance of online galleries as an exhibition venue”, said artist/curator Jenny Fraser.
the other APT from 2006 also toured to the Tjibaou Cultural Centre in Noumea, New Caledonia in 2008 which was a great success.
Critique from 2006:
“We all try to mediate the spaces in-between these binaries and I cannot help but imagine the Other APT in these terms. Mediating the social and cultural imaginaries of Indigeneity, it plots a landscape where tradition and disenfranchisement overlap and contradict each other and these inconsistencies intersect the exhibition’s themes of place, legend, identity, politics and mutual respect.”
The Other APT: An Exhibition of Other Perspectives
One of the nagging criticisms of Brisbane’s hugely successful Asia Pacific Triennale has been their handling of ‘the Aboriginal problem’ and finding a space for the Asian and Pacific within us; those local Australian societies of Asian and Pacific heritage who have had a long and deep relationship with our national identity; though often folded/secreted within. Finding a credible comfortable conceptual space and opportunity for local participation rather than artist heroes from major economic giants of the region has lingered as a quandary of what has otherwise been a major achievement.
Djon Mundine OAM – Indigenous Curator, Contemporary Art, Campbelltown Art Centre.
APT: Aboriginal People Try – ‘The other APT’
Artlink Magazine, March 2007
For more information please visit:
from artist / curator Jenny Fraser
JUE, 22 OCT 2009 – LUN, 05 ABR 2010
FEEDFORWARD – The Angel of History addresses the current moment in history where the wreckage of political conflict and economic inequality is piling up, while globalized forces—largely enabled by the “progress” of digital information technologies—inexorably feed us forward. The exhibition title references Paul Klee’s painting Angelus Novus, which Walter Benjamin famously interpreted as an “angel of history” transfixed by the wreckage of the past that is piling up in front of him while being propelled backwards into the uncertain future by a storm from paradise (progress).
The exhibition, curated by Steve Dietz (Artistic Director of the 01SJ Biennial) and Christiane Paul (Director of the Media Studies Graduate Program, New School, NY; Adjunct Curator of New Media Arts, Whitney Museum of American Art) features 29 artworks by 27 artists and artist teams. The projects are presented, as if in the rear view mirror of progress, in sections relating to five themes: the “wreckage” of the 20th century created by wars and conflict; the countermeasures of surveillance and repression that the state as well as global capital set up in an to attempt to maintain control; the aesthetics and symbolic language of the media of our times; the forces of economic globalization such as outsourcing and migration; and the possibilities of reconstruction and agency.
Together, the projects featured in FEEDFORWARD create a complex picture of the global political and social forces that drive us forward. The exhibition features both the problematic aspects of the present and future, and the potential for collectivity and responsible action. At the nadir of the current global economic crisis, FEEDFORWARD is in effect about cleaning up after the 20th century and asks the question, what is progress now?
AES+F, Christopher Baker, Stella Brennan, Paul Chan, Nancy Davenport, Nonny de la Pena and Peggy Weil, Hasan Elahi, Cao Fei, Bárbara Fluxá, Fernando García-Dory, Daniel García Andújar, Goldin + Senneby, Harwood, Wright, Yokokoji, Knowbotic Research + Peter Sandbichler, Langlands + Bell, Jennifer + Kevin McCoy, Margot Lovejoy, Naeem Mohaiemen, Ali Momeni + Robin Mandel, Carlos Motta, Trevor Paglen, Rachael Rakena, Fez, Fa’anana, and Brian Fuata, Stephanie Rothenberg + Jeff Crouse, System77 Consortium, Piotr Szyhalski, Tamiko Thiel + Teresa Reuter, Carey Young.
October Feature on VideoChannel
Video art from Taiwan
As the little brother of the continental China, Taiwan was undergoing during decades a special development, which is also manifesting itself in the practiced expressions in the arts.
The feature of video art selected seven artists/directors who stand for diffrent approaches in the moving image media
Yu Cheng Yu,
Sandra S. Chiu,
Please find detailed info and the access to the feature here
Launch of the Portal: GAMA @ Ars Electronica Festival
On the occasion of the Ars Electronica Festival 2009 the econtentPlus project GAMA – Gateway to Archives of Media Art – is launching a portal to the eight founding European archives with a workshop and a screening installation of selected works from the collections.
Workshop “Archiving Media Art: Politics and Strategies”
Sept 5th, 2 pm at the Kunstuniversität Linz, Kollegiumgasse 2, Audimax.
Experts will discuss the significance of the institutional setting with respect to the creation of the repositories and their future perspectives. Additionally, artists will present new ways of documentation of media art which tend to integrate the user experience into a documentation strategy for media art works – or even into the works themselves.
Speakers: Annet Dekker (Virtueel Platform, Amsterdam), Anna-Karin Larsson (Filmform, Stockholm), Gerfried Stocker (Ars Electronica, Linz), Matt Adams (Blast Theory, Brighton), Gabriella Giannachi (University of Exeter), Caitlin Jones (Free curator and media theorist, New York), Lizzie Muller (University of Technology, Sydney) Concept: Gabriele Blome (Ludwig Boltzmann Institute Media.Art.Research., Linz)
Screening Installation in the Brucknerhaus
From 03-09-2009 until 08-09-2009
In the History Lounge the eight European media art archives and collections networked within the GAMA portal are screening highlights from their collections.
For example works by Lars Arrhenius, Yael Bartana, Robert Cahen, Gerard Cairaschi, Mounir Fatmi, Toshio Iwai, Ema Kugler, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Cecilia Lundqvist, Vincent Meessen, Jean-Gabriel Périot, Sašo Podgoršek, Semiconductor, Shelly Silver, János Sugár and Gianni Toti will be shown.
Special thanks to:
Ars Electronica for hosting the launch events Ludwig Boltzmann Institute Media.Art.Research for organizing the workshop and screening European Community for co-funding the project within the econtentPlus programme.
Technologie-Zentrum Informatik, Universität Bremen GERMANY (Co-ordinator)
Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien AUSTRIA
AGH University of Science and Technology POLAND
ARGOS – Centre for Art & Media BELGIUM
ATOS Origin S.A.E. SPAIN
C3 Center for Culture & Communication Foundation HUNGARY
CIANT International Centre for Art and New Technologies CZECH REPUBLIC
Filmform Foundation SWEDEN
Heure Exquise! FRANCE
Staatliche Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe GERMANY
Hochschule für Künste Bremen GERMANY
Zürcher Hochschule der Künste SWITZERLAND
Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht THE NETHERLANDS
IN2 Search Interfaces Development Ltd. GERMANY
Les Instants Vidéo Numériques Et Poétiques FRANCE
Ludwig Boltzmann Institut – Medien.Kunst.Forschung. AUSTRIA
Nederlands Instituut Voor Mediakunst Montevideo/Time Based Arts THE
SCCA, Center for Contemporary Arts – Ljubljana SLOVENIA
Universitat de Barcelona – Laboratori de Mitjans Interactius SPAIN
More information on the project is available from Prof. Dr. Otthein Herzog
(Coordinator) at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Electronic Arts Program of CSU, Chico is proud to announce Chico Art Net 2009! View the following guidelines to submit your artwork.
-The submission must be a dynamic digital art piece. This includes either video, animation, stop motion, and/or interactive work.
-You must host your project on your own site.
-Please submit the URL of your project to email@example.com along with a brief biography of yourself.
-An artist statement is encouraged (maximum 100 words).
-There is a limit of three entries per person.
-Please do not submit work that requires downloading specialized plug-ins or downloads. We want all of our viewers to be able to view the piece successfully and with ease.
-The 2009 winning artwork will be posted on www.csuchico.edu/art/net/
-Upon acceptance, the work selected must be hosted and maintained at the same URL address for at least one year.
Submission deadline: Thursday, October 1, 2009
Selections will be made and participants notified by mid-November.
Watch for our promo trailer @ vimeo.com.
VideoChannel – video project environments –
is happy to launch on 3 August 2009 another highlight online.
OMFC (One Minute Film Collection) is an ongoing project initiative chief curated
by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne featuring at its start
67 films and videos with a duration of exactly one minute
VideoChannel is welcoming Ali Zaidi (motiroti, London(UK))
as a guest curator selecting 14 films by directors from UK, India & Pakistan.
Monika Dutta (UK), Shobna Gulati (UK), Hetain Patel (UK), Nikesh Shukla (UK)
Ali Zaid (UK) , Nitin Das (India), Skanya Ghosh (India), Vishrajuti Ghosh (India)
Nila Madhab Panda (India), Abhilash V. (India), Shazieh Gorji (Pakistan),
Roshaan Khattak (Pakistan), Syed Ali Nasir (Pakistan), Sehban Zaidi (Pakistan)
The other thematic sections are
Family & Friends
Sonja Vuk (CR), Antti Savela (SWE), Wolf Nkole Helzle (Ger)
Katherine Sweetman (USA) , Grace Graupe-Pillard (USA)
Luisa Mizzoni (IT), Adrian Zalewski (Poland), Yin-Ling Chen (Taiwan)
Harad Rettich (Ger), Fumiko Matsuyama (Japan), Junho Oh (South Korea)
Lukas Mateijka (SK), Kriss Salmanis (Latvia), Lin Fangsuo (China),
István Rusvai (Hungary), Antonio Alvarado (Spain), Karl Mendonca (USA)
Veena Shekar (India), Tanja Koljonen & Joe Candido (Finland)
Louis Hubert (France), Erik Peterson (USA), Suzon Fuks (AUS)
Mores McWreath (USA), Toni Mestrovic (Croatia), Yoko Taketani (Japan)
Agricola de Cologne (GER), Antony Rousseau (FR), Sreedeep (India),
Sean Burn (UK), Roderick Coover & Nick Montfort (USA)
Sahra Bhimji (USA), Pierre-Laurent Cassière (France), Kika Nicolela (Brazil),
Past, Present & Future
Kaspars Groshevs (Latvia), Hermes Mangialardo (Italy, Henry Gwiazda (USA)
Lemeh42 (Italy), Mads Ljungdahl (Denmark), Paolo Bonfiglio (Italy)
Harriet Macdonald (UK), Arthur Tuoto (Brazil)
Victoria S. Weible (USA), Péter Vadócz (Hungary)
A Matter of Time
Johanna Reich (Germany), Anders Weberg (SWE), Ron Diorio (USA),
Bill Domonkos (USA), Xenia Vargova (Bulgaria), Alison Williams (RSA)
Walter Van Rijn (UK), Nicole Rademacher (USA)
Baptist Coelho (India), Milica Rakic (Serbia)
More info can be found on
CologneOFF, VideoChannel ,
VIP – VideoChannel Interview Project and
VAD – Video Art Database are dedicated to
art forms of film and video in the framework of
the experimental platform for art & new media
info [at] nmartproject.net