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Convocatoria para proyectos Interactivos?10 Brasil: Baja Tecnología

Cierre de la convocatoria: 30 septiembre 2010
Convocatoria para colaboradores: 20 octubre – 20 noviembre 2010
Fechas del taller: 21 noviembre – 8 diciembre 2010
Muestra de proyectos: 8 – 15 diciembre 2010

Para esta nueva edición en Belo Horizonte (Brasil) se seleccionará un máximo de 8 propuestas –locales, nacionales e internacionales– que desarrollen y apliquen creativamente recursos tecnológicos simples y accesibles en proyectos artísticos y educativos. Todos aquellos interesados pueden inscribir sus propuestas online en interactivos.marginalialab.com.

Las actividades contarán con la orientación de los instructores Fernando Rabelo (Brasil), Kiko Mayorga (Perú) y Arturo Castro (España), artistas y educadores con una actividad internacionalmente reconocida y vinculada a importantes proyectos de desarrollo en este campo.

Interactivos?’10 BH: Baja Tecnología de Punta se completará con un seminario, que contará con la participación de los instructores y colaboradores invitados, con el objetivo de presentar y debatir distintas lecturas del tema propuesto. Al final del taller, los resultados alcanzados por los proyectos seleccionados serán mostrados al público durante una semana. [+info]

Organiza: Marginalia+Lab y Ocupar Espaços, integrando en el programa cultural Vivo Arte.Mov. Patrocina: Vivo a través de la Ley Estadual de Incentivo a la Cultura de Minas Gerais. Colaboran: Medialab-Prado y el Centro Cultural de España en São Paulo. Interactivos? es una plataforma desarrollada por Medialab-Prado.

Más información en http://medialab-prado.es/article/interactivos10_bh

FutureEverything online activities at Media Arts Festival, London

FutureEverything is presenting a Lounge, Panel, Artwork and Online Forum at Media Festival Arts in London 8-10 September.

FutureEverything Panel: We Don’t Need Another Bubble (How To Build A Sustainable Digital Culture).

From the series of debates that began with The City Debate, Manchester, during May, FutureEverything offers a vision of the future of
art and innovation emerging from digital culture. Participants: Drew Hemment, Marleen Stikker, Amanda McDonald Crowley, Toby Barnes.

9 September, 14:00. Roundhouse London.
http://debate.futureeverything.org

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FutureEverything Lounge

Workshop and discussion event on digital culture and public space, encouraging open conversation and an informal ambience. Highlights include
Bill Thompson plus a HackData workshop led by Matthew Somerville.

9 September, 12:00-17:00. Circle Bar, Roundhouse London.
http://debate.futureeverything.org

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Digital Debates – Lounge Warm-Up/ Online Forum

Bill Thompson will be leading a debate on public space in an online/digitised world and how culture is presented in it.

2-8 Stepember.
http://debate.futureeverything.org

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Questions for the Opening Night Panel/ Online Forum

Cuts, closures, reorganisation‚ what does it mean for the Arts, and what part can digital play in overcoming the change and austerity? This panel will help shape following debates featuring Jeremy Hunt (Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport), Mark Thompson (Director-General of the BBC) and more.

2-8 Stepember.
http://debate.futureeverything.org

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Aaron Koblin and Takashi Kawashima, Ten Thousand Cents
Artwork

“Ten Thousand Cents” is a digital artwork in which a representation of a $100 bill is drawn by thousands of individuals working in isolation from one another paid one cent each via Amazon’s Mechanical Turk.

8 September, 18:00-23:00. Roundhouse London.
http://debate.futureeverything.org

Call for Workshop Position Papers

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

http://www.ambientmediaassociation.org/
node/56, http://ami2010.lcc.uma.es/

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CONSERVING, DOCUMENTING, ARCHIVINGS meetings of electronic & digital art conversation to be held in Buenos Aires

These events, organized by Taxonomedia, will take place in the Cultural Centre of Spain at Buenos Aires (CCEBA), in the Space of Telefónica Foundation and in the Latin-American Art Museum of Buenos Aires (Malba), during the 1, 2, 3 and 6 of September.

Topics previously addressed in the first edition, Conserving electronic art: what to preserve and how to preserve it?, will resurface in the thematic areas that have proved fundamental: digitalization, documentation, storage of art-works/art-pieces, and information access.

The seminar will bring together national or international experts, among others  Timothy Murray (Rose Goldsen Archive, Cornell University, NY), Gabriela Previdello (Archive FILE- electronic language internacional festival, San Pablo), Lluis Roque (Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Barcelona), Ricardo Dal Farra ( CeiArte, Untref Buenos Aires – Concordia Univerisity, Montreal), Glòria Munilla (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya),Verónica Vitullo (Mediateca FADU, UBA), Proyecto Ludión and Diego Alberti.

Check the full program at http://taxonomedia.net/encuentro2010/ .

Taxonomedia- Asociación para la conservación digital
http://taxonomedia.net
info@taxonomedia.net

Thinkings: How computers change the way we see

Southern Exposure will be hosting my three-part discussion series
called Thinkings: How computers change the way we see by altering the
way we think.

Tuesday, September 21, 7:00 – 9:00pm

Tuesday, October 19, 7:00 – 9:00pm

Tuesday, November 16, 7:00 – 9:00pm

Over the course of three evenings, participants will work through concepts that are crucial to understanding the computer’s significance: the automation of variation, the automation of the sublime, and the automation of the image itself. The book produced for the series is meant to focus attention on these visual aspects of computational culture and to stimulate discussion.

Purchase of the book is required ($35.00, scholarships available based on need). Participants are encouraged to attend all three events. There is limited space, so sign up in advance by calling Southern Exposure at 415-863-2141.

See the SoEx http://soex.org/Event/261.html
website for more information.

Brad Borevitz
http://onetwothree.net

Future Everything as Living Lab – The best way to predict the future is to invent it

Reflecting on the way the FutureEverything festival transforms the city of Manchester England into a living lab or play space for participatory experiments on art, society and technology.

View FutureEverything labs here. View slide show on FutureEverything – The City as Living Lab or Play Space here.

FutureEverything is an art, technology and social innovation organisation that runs year round innovation labs and an annual festival of art, music and ideas.

For 15 years, FutureEverything has showcased developments in digital culture, and has at times helped to lead and shape them, as with our early work on mobile and locative media in 2003-4.

Unusually for a festival, FutureEverything seeks to go beyond showcasing cool things, by acting as a space for research experiments on art, technology and society. It has developed a method in which the festival acts as a living laboratory, with the aim to generate new knowledge and ways of doing things.

Read more at Future Everything Blog

VIDEO OF ART BASEL CONVERSATION. Contemporary Art and New Media: Towards a Hybrid Discourse

Due to popular demand, Art Basel organisers have uploaded “Art and Technology. Contemporary Art and New Media: Towards a Hybrid
Discourse”, a talk whose participants were Nicolas Bourriaud, Curator and Writer (Paris), Michael Joaquin Grey, Artist (New York), Peter Weibel, Chairman and CEO, ZKM Center for Art and Media (Karlsruhe), moderated by Edward Shanken, Art Historian and Media Theorist (Amsterdam).

It is possible either to watch it http://www.art.ch/go/id/mhv/ or download it at http://www.artbaselvod.ch/videos/salon201006192.m4v

Professor  Shanken also informs he will be giving a talk on the same topic at ISEA2010 ( Dortmund, 23 August) and  chairing a panel on a similar theme at CAA in New York in February.

Talk: Dr. Feinberg – The Truth of the Modern Recession – June 25th at Tattered Cover LoDo

Friday,  June 25th, 6:30-8:30 pm, Tattered Cover LoDo, 1628 16th St. Denver, CO

Short Version

Dr.  Feinberg will talk about his book The Truth of the Modern Recession (Recent Winner 2010 Indie Book Finalist Award). He is also founder of CitizensForEqualTrade.Org .  This talk will focus on free trade, and why its trade deficit is unconstitutional, unethical, and is destroying America.  The alternate solutions of equal and fair trade  will also be discussed. Other topics covered will include separation of  wealth, the housing bubble, tax issues, lobbyist problems, and the national debt. The recession is over-viewed using root cause analysis providing logical assessments of these real interrelated issues. Websites: www.modernrecession.com , www.CitizensForEqualTrade.org (also see trade deficit petition).

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The Public School: Announcements + Proposals + Schedule

1. Scheduled classes
2. New class proposals
3. Proposals at other Public Schools
4. The Public School Enrollment!

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1. Scheduled classes
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JUN 3: art as a magickal practice (3 meetings remaining)
http://la.thepublicschool.org/class/2193
this course will bring together artists and occultists to discuss how art and magick intersect.

JUN 5: Speculative Realism (Harman, Meillassoux , Brassier, Grant)
http://la.thepublicschool.org/class/2414
Speculative realism is a newly-emerging philosophical mode of inquiry that attempts to think outside of the deadlocks of continental and analytic philosophy, primarily with a non-anthropocentric metap

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Towards a Just Metropolis

Mark Your Calendars for June 16–20!
UC Berkeley and San Francisco

http://justmetropolis.org/

A conference for planners, designers, activists, policymakers and citizens dedicated to a just future for all human settlements.