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“Bijlmer Euro” by Christian Nold [nl Amsterdam]

Bijlmer Euro – Parasitic Currency for the ‘Dutch Bronx’ by Christian Nold :: July 8-10, 2010; 2:00 – 11:00 pm :: Market, Amsterdamse Poort, Bijlmer, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

From June until the end of September 2010 you can get a unique discount at seventeen shops in Amsterdam Zuidoost just by paying with Bijlmer Euros. The Bijlmer Euro is a regular five or ten Euro note with a re-usable and removable sticker containing an RFID-tag (comparable to the chip in a disposable travel card). By scanning this chip every time the note is used to buy something, the flow of money in the local area will be made visible in a publicly accessible way. The participating shops have been chosen because they give a strong representation of the Bijlmer economic network, often offering unique goods and forming social hubs where different local communities meet. Continue reading


Jun 23, 10:40
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Exploring Produsage

A Special Issue of New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia: Exploring Produsage :: Call for Papers — Deadline: July 16, 2010.

The concept of produsage points to the shift away from conventional producer/consumer relationships, and highlights the more fluid roles of users and contributors within social media environments. Participants in open source projects, in Wikipedia, in YouTube and Second Life are no longer merely consuming or using preproduced material, but neither are they at all times acting as fully self-determined producers of fully formed new works; rather, they occupy a hybrid position as produsers of content.

Produsage processes are now evident across a wide range of activities — mainly online, but increasingly also extending to the offline world — from citizen journalism and communal knowledge management through to collaborative artistic activities, from learner-led education models to citizen engagement in political processes. Continue reading


Jun 21, 21:09
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The London Psychogeophysics Summit [uk London]

The London Psychogeophysics Summit with Alejo Duque, Kathrin Guenter, Graham Harwood, Martin Howse, Petr Kazil, Jonathan Kemp, Martin Kuentz, Tom McCarthy, Christian Nold, Nick Papadimitriou, John Rogers, Karen Russo, Gordan Savicic, Suzanne Treister, Danja Vasiliev :: August 2-7, 2010 :: SPACE and HTTP Gallery, London.

The London Psychogeophysics Summit proposes an intense week-long, city-wide series of walks, fieldtrips, river drifts, open workshops and discussions exploring the novel interdisciplinary frame of psychogeophysics, colliding psychogeographics with earth science measurements and study (fictions of forensics and geophysical archaeology). Centred around SPACE, open events include practical workshops in building simple geophysical measurement devices from scrap materials, fieldtrips for study and long-term use of such devices in the city, measurement and mapping of physical and geophysical data during city-wide walks, deployment of strategic underground networks, fusion of fiction, derive and signal excursion, studies of river signal ecologies alongside short lectures and discussions of broad, interdisciplinary psychogeophysical themes. Continue reading


Jun 21, 19:31
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Network Politics: Objects, Subjects and New Political Affects

Network Politics: Objects, Subjects and New Political Affects :: October 22-23, 2010 :: Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada in partnership with the Infoscape Research Lab :: Call for Papers — Deadline: August 2, 2010.

In the network age, the question of political agency is becoming increasingly troublesome, with a pressing need to reflect upon how collective distributed networks as well as non-human actants re-define the field of the political. This symposium will investigate what counts as a political object or subject
, and how such objects/subjects circulate and are controlled in the context of developing critical approaches to networked politics.

The symposium seeks to build upon object-oriented philosophy, which has shifted the language of coding and programming into the domain of ‘tool-being’. In so doing a correlate possibility of a ‘web’ of subject-oriented objects emerges, opened up by hyper-personalized web services and control techniques that shape and recombine pseudo-subjects from the bio-political detritus of data-mining software and algorithmic protocols. In the face of such new assemblages, what sites, actants, and tactics potentially reinvent new political affects? Continue reading


Jun 21, 18:49
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Arctic Perspective [Dortmund + London]

Arctic Perspective :: until September 30, 2010 @ Canada House, Trafalgar Square, London + :: until October 10, 2010 @ HMKV, Phoenix Halle, Dortmund, Germany (Open Space Conference, September 24-26, 2010).

Simultaneous exhibitions of photographs, videos, maps and architectural models from work by the Arctic Perspective Initiative are displayed in London and Dortmund this summer. The outcome of an international collaborative project which aims to empower local citizens of the North via open and free media, communications and environmental monitoring technologies, the work highlights the urgency of the issues emerging in the Arctic: its changing cultural landscape; the potential for new intercultural dialogue; conflicting economic and territorial interests; ecological problems; climate change and the effects of ecological changes on the life of Inuit peoples. Continue reading


Jun 21, 18:35
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NMC Media-N: CAA Conference, Chicago, 2010

[Image: Jane D. Marsching, NOAA Web Cam, 2005/2007 (6 min. video with sound, collaboration with Victor McSurely)] NMC Media-N, Summer 2010, v.05 n.04New Media Caucus Panels and Events at the CAA Conference, Chicago, 2010. Panels:

New Media/New Terrain: Pioneering a PhD in Creative Research, Chair: Jessica Walker: To Ph.D or not to Ph.D? by Victoria Vesna :: Legitimizing the Ph.D. as Creative Research by Jonah Brucker-Cohen :: University of Washington, DXARTS by James Coupe.

Far Field: Digital Culture, Climate Change, and the Poles, Chairs: Jane Marsching & Andrea Polli: Airspace: The Practical Use of Radio in Antarctica by Andrea Polli Continue reading


Jun 21, 18:02
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Desert Numerique [fr Drome]

Desert Numerique :: July 22-25, 2010 :: Saint-Nazaire-le-Desert, Drome, France.

During these few days preceding the full moon, Saint-Nazaire-le-Desert will be transformed and perceived in a new way by means of performances, installations, showings and workshops that will reveal the poetic dimensions of the village.

With: ArtKillArt, Art of Failure (Nicolas Montgermont & Nicolas Maigret), Pierre Bongiovanni (and Sandrine Bonnet, Gael Guyon, Mathieu Sanchez, Ydir Acef and Maria Victoria Simon: Groupe Le Chiendent) Igor Bravo Salgado, Georges Chich, Luc Dall’Armellina, Marie-Christine Driesen and Horia Cosmin Samoila, Gilles Elie-dit-Cosaque, Vincent Epplay, Sebastien Fantini, Sébastien Fau, Nicolas Frespech, Patrice Jeener, KRN, Yann Leguay, William Pawelzik, Jacques Perconte, RYBN, Antoine Schmitt, Victor Vina, students of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts of Valence and many other surprises! Continue reading


Jun 21, 17:38
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International Award for Participatory Art

[Images from left: Mel Chin, SAFEHOUSE for Operation Paydirt & the Fundred Dollar Bill Project / The Blue House (Jeanne van Heeswijk, IJburg 2005-2009) Pump Up The Blue (Herve Paraponaris) with Recycloop (2012 Architecten) / Pablo Helguera at Frontera Corozal, Chiapas, 2006] International Award for Participatory Art — An initiative of the Legislative Assembly of the Region Emilia-Romagna, Italy:

The jury of the newly founded International Award for Participatory ArtJulia Draganovic, Rudolf Frieling, Alfredo Jaar, Bert Theis and Luigi Benedetti — has selected the three finalists of the first edition of the prize. Mel Chin, Jeanne van Heeswijk and Pablo Helguera are invited to spend a research period in Bologna and develop a site specific project idea. The winning project, selected by the same jury, will be created in 2011. Beside the budget to accomplish the project, the winning artist receives an award of 15,000 Euros. Continue reading


Jun 21, 17:25
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The Artvertiser: Improved Reality Platform

The Artvertiser source code is now available, licensed under the GPLv3. It is an Improved Reality platform, designed for the live substitution of advertisements in a video stream with alternative 2D content. The code was initially developed by Julian Oliver before being significantly improved by Damian Stewart.

A typical application of The Artvertiser at work might be the Product Replacement of street billboards with 2D art using a laptop with webcam or camera-enabled mobile device. You might also want to have your own personal exhibition in the Louvre, substituting well known paintings with your own creations and inviting others to enjoy the show. Counter-propaganda operations are also well suited to the platform, like changing the imagery of a disliked political campaigner before uploading the recorded result for all to see. Alternatively, it can be used to product replace planar images in archival video, like a Hollywood movie or TV advert, using popular films as an ‘exhibition surface’. Continue reading


Jun 21, 17:06
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Live Stage: European Teleplateaus [es Madrid +]

European TeleplateausNetworked Bodies: Disorientations + Amorphogenesistwo environments for interactive, telematic dance installations and performances in 4 net-connected European cities :: June 25-27, 2010; 3:00 – 9:00 pm :: Auditorium Foyer, CaixaForum, Paseo del Prado 36, Madrid + environments in Dresden (Germany), Telc (Czech Republic), and Norrköping (Sweden).

European Teleplateaus is a project in which physical interaction spaces in 4 cities connect through he internet in order to generate a common interactive audiovisual environment for interactive dance performances and installations. On this occasion the two concepts produced by the project partners from Prague and Madrid will be jointly presented in what is the last official public presentation of the project, that finishes in June 2010. Continue reading


Jun 21, 16:54
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