We seek submissions that address sustainability issues and also function as a call to action, meshing artistry with advocacy. Potential pieces could feature novel technology, innovative re-use, or solutions for specific human/environmental interactions. We embrace work that employs a multi-faceted approach, especially that which makes use of emerging media (though traditional media is also welcomed). This includes (but is not limited to) creative and innovative design, conceptual cartography, and statistical art.
Category: Competition opportunity
Deadline: September 30, 2010
Call for collaborators: October 20 – November 20, 2010
Dates of the workshop: November 21 – December 8, 2010
Projects Showcase: December 8 – 15, 2010
Interactivos? is an interactive projects production workshop and a space of reflection, research and collaborative work. In this new edition in Belo Horizonte (Brazil) a maximum of 8 proposals –local, national, and international– will be selected. These proposals should develop and creatively apply simple and accessible technological resources in artistic and educational projects.
SAME 2010 – 3rd International Workshop on
Semantic Ambient Media Experience (NAMU Series)
November, 10th-12th November 2010, in conjunction with AmI-10, in Malaga, Spain
Devices that Alter Perception (DAP 2010) call for papers
13th of October, 2010, Seoul, Korea in conjunction with the IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR 2010).
Sensors, actuators, implants, wearable computers, and neural interfaces can do more than simply observe our bodies: these devices can also alter and manipulate our perceptions.
Touched e-conference, Friday 6 August at FACT, 11am – 1pm
e-Space Lab <http://www.e-spacelab.net/> is hosting an online conference with the curators of the Biennial on 6 August from 11:00-1:00 pm in the Box at FACT.
To book your place, click here <https://www.patronbase.com/_LB/Seats/NumSeats?prod_id=0915&perf_id=1&section_id=M&seat_type_id=S> .
e-space lab has been making e-connections between Shanghai and Liverpool since 2006, working with artists, curators, designers, galleries and museums to allow the exchange of ideas and practices to occur easily between people in these sister cities. Recent e-dialogues have explored art and public realm issues, including art as a catalyst for change and social renewal. The coming event on 6 August brings together in an e-dialogue the curatorial teams of the Shanghai Biennale and Liverpool Biennial in a unique moment of inter-city and international exchange.
Dome Lab 2010
Presented by the Australian Network for Art & Technology (ANAT)
31 October – 5 November 2010 :: Perth, Australia.
The emergence of Œdestination cinema¹ and the proliferation of large-format screens in public spaces present a challenge – and opportunity – to filmmakers and artists working in more traditional screen formats. At the very least a new cinematic language is required, one taking account of the audience¹s very different experience of stories presented on Œframeless¹ screens. Fulldome, with its hemispherical screens and surround-sound, is an accessible and powerful test-bed enabling filmmakers and artists to experiment with and develop this new language.
Special Issue on “From Diasporic Cinemas to Sinophone Cinemas”
Guest Editors: Audrey Yue and Olivia Khoo
From the critical and popular acclaim of Ang Lee’s Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon (2000) to the Asian Australian success of Tony Ayres’s The Home Song Stories (2007), diasporic Chinese cinemas have created new filmic sites and visual practices that engage the complex relations between the constructs of China, Chinese and Chineseness. While the notion of diaspora has broadened these concepts to new areas and new objects of inquiry, Chineseness remains largely a question of ethnicity, bound to nationality.
10 Years [NewMediaArtProjectNetwork]:||cologne
calls & deadlines
01 Call: 2010 deadlines internal
11 Calls: August 2010 deadlines external
11 Calls: ongoing external/internal
Calls & deadlines
August 2010: deadlines internal
NewMediaFest’2010 has currently 1 call running
*deadline 1 September 2010
Java Museum – Forum for internet Technology in Contemporary Art
will be celebrating in 2010 its 10th anniversary and is looking for
Internet based art from the years 2000-2010
details, regulations and entry form can be found on
NEW LIFE RESIDENCY is the world’s first non-visual residency program for artists. The residency is organized by Wooloo as a work of Manifesta 8, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art, and will take place this fall in the Region of Murcia, Spain.
For one week each, five artists will be selected to live and work in a dark, visually distorted exhibition space. To support them in their life and work for the week, the artist will collaborate with a local Murcian assistant who is blind.