Send announcements, press releases and text abstracts to editor@...

Category: Festival

ecoarttech @ conflux 2010

ecoarttech leads hikes through NYC’s urban wilderness/wildness with  new Indeterminate Hikes (IH) Android app
saturday, 9 october, 2pm
east village, corner of Lafayette & Astor Place

Continue reading »

Trailer – Visionsonic festival 2010


film by Rko (v-atak) & Strom Varx
director of Photography : Guillaume Le Grontec
sound design by Tzii
field recording by Anton Mobin
mastering by Ripit
assistant : Héléne Tafrihi

Continue reading »

Partenaire FESTIVAL VISIONSONIC – du 13 OCT. au 7 NOV. 2010

Festival Visionsonic – 3ème édition 2010

La 3ème édition du festival Visionsonic présente un large panorama de concerts et performances audiovisuelles qui explorent les relations entre image et son. Tous les courants de ce nouveau cinéma performatif, concerts live-cinéma et autres performances audio/vidéo seront abordés de mi-octobre à début novembre 2010 dans 7 lieux d’Ile-de-France.

Continue reading »

Russia’s 4th Annual CYBERFEST

For Immediate Release: Picture Slideshows, PDF Links and a Preview Peek into Progress in St Petersburg…

CYBERFEST, the annual exposition of technology-based artwork of international artists, comes to Russia for a fourth year. Housed previously in Peter and Paul Fortress (2007) and The Hermitage Museum (2008, 2009) among other local venues, CYBERFEST 2010 returns to St Petersburg November 19th to 26th, 2010.

Continue reading »

Demilit, September 16th



#DEMILIT in San José, Ca. Sept. 16
Among many symptoms, San José is home to 10 government and 67 company locations on the Washington Post’s map of Top Secret America. We’ll study this creeping militarization through entry points such as drones, defense corporations, uses of force, gang profiling, and military bases. We’ll also take visitors on an outdoor exploration of downtown SJ with a focus on the security landscape. 

• Charlotte Casey, San Jose Peace & Justice Center and San José Code Pink
• Katherine Chandler, UC Berkeley, Rhetoric Department
• Raj Jayadev, Silicon Valley Debug
Presented by the Demilit team in conjunction with 01SJ Biennial and (OP)Space, CCA Architecture URBANlab.

451 South First Street
San José, Ca.

See for more info. More Details below….

Full Abstract
The crisis of the contemporary spatial condition is produced in part by the hyper-expansion of militarization into all areas of life. Demilit, short for Decoding Military Landscapes, is an open pedagogical project aiming to know how the military and militarization affects society and space. We at Demilit (DM) take stock of the military presence in both routine and unexpected ways by using research, sound recordings, images and more. Among other symptoms, San José is home to 10 government and 67 company locations on the Washington Post’s map of Top Secret America. We’ll unpack this military presence through topics such as drones, defense corporations, uses of force, gang profiling, military bases, and much more. We will also take visitors on an outdoor exploration in downtown SJ focusing on the security landscape.

To find out more visit or follow @demilit on Twitter.

Charlotte Casey, San Jose Peace & Justice Center and San Jose Code Pink
“The CIA’s Travel Agent in Downtown San Jose: Jeppesen’s Involvement in the Torture Flights”

Katherine Chandler, UC Berkeley, Rhetoric Department
Visual artist. On drones, methods of recording, and creative non-violence

Raj Jayadev, Silicon Valley De-bug
…On “gang enhancement” criminal charges, uses of force, and SJPD arresting practices

And the Demilit team (Bryan Finoki, Nick Sowers, Javier Arbona)
Schedule (subject to modifications):
10:30am Bagels & chat

11am  An intro by Javier Arbona and Bryan Finoki: Landscapes, Archives, and Crypto-geography

12:00pm  Raj Jayadev  |  Charlotte Casey
(visitors: feel free to bring a lunch!)

1:30pm  “Base edges: practices of listening, seeing and action” with Katherine Chandler & Nick Sowers

3-5pm   A guided walk and recording expedition in the vicinity of downtown.

Share: or follow @demilit on Twitter for news and updates

Compass Presents a Festival of Lunacy

In October 2010 Bristol based Compass Films presents a Festival of Lunacy! With a range of films, music, cabaret, performance, a short film competition and much more (including a free launch party!).

Please see attached poster for details and look out for our programme (or pick one up at the launch party on October 21)

For further information don’t hesitate to get in touch or take a look at our website or facebook page.

Alice Gillam

ISEA2010 RUHR Exhibition

Fr 20 August–Sun 5 September 2010
Museum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte Dortmund, Dortmunder Kunstverein, Galerie im RWE Tower, Dortmunder U, PACT Zollverein Essen and Duisburg-Ruhrort
Opening at the different venues:
Thur 19 August 2010, 17:00h, 19:00h & 19:30h

Continue reading »

The Delfina Foundation and Beyond Borders present

The Spacemakers at Edinburgh Art Festival

Claudia Wolf
Phone: 0044 207 233 5344 Address
Tent Gallery, Edinburgh College of Art
78 Westport
Edinburgh EH1 2LE


30 July – 24 August
Mon – Fri, 10:00 – 17:00, Saturday: 11:00 – 17:00
Private view: 29 July 18:00-20:30

The Delfina Foundation presents The Spacemakers, a group exhibition that explores artistic perspectives on the immediate challenges of creating a home, in some of today’s most diverse and harried urban landscapes.

With Taysir Batniji, (Alessandro Petti, Sandi Hilal, Eyal Weizman), and Jawad al Malhi. Films and videos by Nikolaj Bendix, Hala Elkoussy, mounir fatmi, Bouchra Khalili, Judy Price, Basma Sharif and Solmaz Shahbazi.

The planning and construction of a home articulates personal needs as well as the necessity to improve on one’s general living circumstances. Ideals of a secure home of bodily comfort, and the creation of borders to protect them, significantly inform our social and spatial existences. Notions of home as personal space and as political territory are undeniably intertwined, and in urban areas throughout the world, the relationship between one and the “other” is also informed by spatial organisation strategies, led by economic and political decisions.

How do architecture and urbanism inform social infrastructures and cohesion? How do personal desires for the materiality of a home intersect with wider socio-political agendas and ideologies in the formation of urban landscapes?

Taking Palestine as its starting point and spanning examples from Cairo, Istanbul, Tehran, Paris and the U.A.E., The Spacemakers offers a global measure of the immediate challenges of producing habitats in epicenters of social, economical or political tension.

The Spacemakers is taking place across two venues (Edinburgh College of Art – Tent Gallery and Sleeper). It is part of a biennial series of events produced by Beyond Borders Productions Ltd.

For related events visit The Delfina Foundation website or

Light Art Biennale Lichtkunst Austria 2010


The first „Lightart Biennale Austria 2010“ is a non-commercial exhibition of lightart. There are light-artists as well as visual artists who uses light as an art-medium the first time.  The Biennale 2010 is using the slogan „private light in public spaces“.

The Lightart-Biennale Austria 2010 starts in autumn 2010 in Asutria, consultant is Peet Thomsen (USA/Copenhagen/Linz) and the works are selected by a jury.

The start of the Biennale will be September 2nd in Linz (OÖ) and September 4th 2010 in Perchtoldsdorf (NÖ), with a final exhibition in Vienna in November 2010.  We inform the public by documentation of the Biennale within a Blog, a Website and there is planned to print a catalogue. The submissions can be watched on Selected artists and exhibition spaces can be seen on

Continue reading »

M.A.P. Mobile Artistic Platform – Call for Applications (deadline 20th August 2010)

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.

Continue reading »