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LEA backed Exhibition on MAPPING


LEA New Media Exhibition
Re-Drawing Boundaries

Curator: Jeremy Hight
Senior Curators: Lanfranco Aceti and Christiane Paul

This exhibition presents key innovators in Locative Media, New Media and
Mapping in a show that works to display not only fields and works but more
of cross pollinations, progressions, the need to move beyond labels just
like the importance of reconsidering borders on maps, what space is and
what pragmatic tools and previous forms can do.

The selected artists are:

Kate Armstrong, Alan Bigelow, Louisa Bufardeci, Laura Beloff, J.R
Carpenter, Jonah Brucker Cohen, Vuk Cosic, Fallen Fruit, Luka Frelih,
Buckminster Fuller, Rolf Van Gelder, Natalie Jeremijenko, Carmin Kurasic,
Paula Levine, Mez, Lize Mogel, Jason Nelson, Christian Nold, Esther Polak,
Proboscis, Kate Pullinger, Carlo Ratti, Douglas Repetto, Teri Rueb,
Stanza, Jen Southern, Kai Syng Tan, Jeffrey Valance, Sarah Willams, Jeremy
Wood, Tim Wright.

We are in an age of cartographic awareness that is arguably unprecedented,
but is of a malleable map, of layered spaces, of maps in new contexts.
Boundaries are not the only things that are being reconsidered on maps:
mapping systems and our base sense of space. It is how we see and share
information, communicate, react and remember. The sea change is occurring
right now and it is being led by the ideas of works of these radical
thinkers and others who are making the static map and our sense of space
open up.

The range of works in this exhibit have not only shown in Biennials in
some cases or started whole fields of work in others, but more
importantly, show in them a connectivity of exploration and practice
between many people and works in differently named fields. Data is not
just cold measure; place is not static; function can be many fold and
startlingly so by intention. Space and location are not simply to be
marked or named. There are histories, tensions, conflicts, stories, many
types of data and ways of measure.

This show will exhibit 2 new important artists/practitioners each week
from several different fields.

We begin with locative pioneer, Teri Rueb, and cross platform provocateur,
Jonah Brucker Cohen. Both look at space, data and why we should be more
aware and inquisitive but in very different styles and aesthetics.

Exhibition Schedule

Week 1: Jonah Brucker Cohen, Teri Rueb
Week 2: Carlo Ratti, Sarah Willams
Week 3: Stanza, Lize Mogel
Week 4: Jeremy Wood, Mez
Week 5: Rolf Van Gelder, Carmin Kurasic, Kai Syng Tan
Week 6: Jason Nelson, Vuk Cosic
Week 7: Kate Pullinger, Tim Wright
Week 8: Douglas Repetto, Alan Bigelow
Week 9: Christian Nold, Esther Polak
Week 10: Laura Beloff, J.R Carpenter
Week 11: Proboscis, Kate Armstrong
Week 12: Jen Southern, Buckminster Fuller
Week 13: Jeffrey Valance, Natalie Jeremijenko
Week 14: Fallen Fruit, Louisa Bufardeci
Week 15: Luka Frelih, Paula Levine

MediaLab Prado: Próximas actividades / Upcoming Activities · 18.04.2011 – 24.04.2011


Visualizar’11: Comprender las infraestructuras: convocatoria para colaboradores

Convocatoria para colaborar en el taller avanzado de desarrollo de proyectos Visualizar’11: Comprender las infraestructuras, que se celebra del 14 de junio al 1 de julio. Los colaboradores participarán en la producción de los proyectos seleccionados, dirigidos a investigar, analizar y representar a través de datos el funcionamiento de infraestructuras y sistemas globales. Medialab-Prado ofrece alojamiento gratuito para colaboradores en un albergue juvenil durante el taller (plazas limitadas). Cierre de la convocatoria: 12 junio 2011. Inscripción gratuita. Imagen: Mercamadrid: Una topología visual de la red de flujos de los alimentos. mickamroch (CC BY 2.0) [+info]

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Education Lab | workshop and theory | 24-29 marzo 2011

Education Lab | workshop
Fabbrica del Vapore, via Procaccini 4, Milano

giovedì 24 marzo, dalle ore 10.00 alle 18.00
Esposizione dei progetti dei Licei Artistici: U. Boccioni, Milano; Liceo Brera, Milano; Caravaggio, Milano; CRAC Centro Ricerca Arte Contemporanea/Liceo Munari, Cremona; De Chirico/Esterno 22, Roma; U. Boccioni, Valdagno; A. Frattini, Varese.
A cura di Laura Colombo (ANISA per l’educazione all’arte) e Dino Ferruzzi (CRAC)

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2nd International Graduate Conference in Communication and Culture: The Culture of Remix

Lisbon, 13-14 October, 2011*

This inter-disciplinary graduate conference seeks to address questions concerning the multiple dimensions of remix at the intersection of culture and communication.  Lawrence Lessig has proposed “remix” as one of the main outcomes of social and cultural practices enabled by new technologies that allow for easy production and sharing. Remix is the creative mixing of cultural elements, a collage, a blending, a hybridization of genres, creative destruction.

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2011 Rhizome Commissions Cycle Now Open!

Rhizome is pleased to announce that the 2011 round of Rhizome Commissions is now open!

This year, Rhizome will commission ten international emerging artists to create original works of new media art, with grant awards ranging from $1,000 to $5000. Projects can can manifest for a variety of contexts, including the web, mobile devices, the gallery or public settings.  Grant awards can be applied to any stage of the project.

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3rd INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP on Media Art and Culture – enrollment open

photos of past editions
Art, Technology, Cultural Heritage

Rieti, July 11-25 2011

Number of participants is limited

Come to study and work in the castle of Contigliano, a perfect place to merge history and future.

The workshop provides conceptual background and technical skills to develop interactive installations for arts, museums, facade projections and cultural exhibits.

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First Monday published the February 2011 (volume 16, number 2) issue

The following papers are included in this month’s issue:

First Monday
Volume 16, number 2 – 7 February 2011

The more people I meet, the more I like my dog: A study of pet-oriented
social networks on the Web
by Jennifer Golbeck

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Failure Support Group – Help Failure Succeed!

Consider donating to help produce a Failure Support Group in Baltimore, MD, in April 2010.

Check out our video on Kickstarter and donate now!
The Institute for Infinitely Small Things is interested in failure and wants to produce a Failure Support Group in Baltimore, MD, as part of the Transmodern Festival. But we can’t make that happen without your help to donate small bits of cash to get us there.

Art projects fail a lot, particularly those that are participatory, public and/or social. They fail for different reasons and cause myriad revelations. Nevertheless, the structures that we use to talk about these works and contexts where they are presented often don’t leave room for discussing the failures plainly and objectively. Our Failure Support Group will provide an open and honest forum for creative folks to talk about their failures in a supportive context. Help the Institute for Infinitely Small Things bring the Failure Support Group to Baltimore by donating a small amount of money now.

First Monday published the January 2011 (volume 16, number 1) issue

The following papers are included in this month’s issue:

First Monday

Volume 16, number 11 – 3 January 2011

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Próximas actividades / Upcoming Activities · 31.01.2011 – 06.02.2011

MEDIALAB-PRADO?Plaza de las Letras?C/ Alameda, 15 · 28014 Madrid?+34 913 692 303? gratuita / Free admission
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Jugando con Números: Seminario de malabares. Sesión II
Lunes, 31 enero / 17:00h a 20:30h en Café Teatro Matadero Madrid

Segunda sesión del seminario de malabares, en el marco del taller/grupo de trabajo Jugando con números. Esta jornada está dedicada al taller de malabares de mesa “Table Juggling” y contará con la presentación del Sean Gandini. [+info]

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