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Coded Cultures 2011: The City as Interface [at Vienna]

Coded Cultures 2011: The City as Interface :: September 21 – October 2, 2011 :: Second district (Leopoldstadt), Vienna, Austria.

Coded Cultures is an multinational initiative of the group 5uper.net to discuss and reflect the intersections of media, art, society and technology in experimental settings of exihibitions, workshops, symposia, presentations and artistic interventions. For the fourth time, Coded Cultures presents a forum to discuss and present (new) media arts, digital communities and positions itself in the current international (media arts) discourse.

Cultural accomplishments of individuals or differently organized forms of human beings in context with an ever-changing (transforming) environment bring manifold products and processes to surface: cultural artifacts, »distributed agencies«, »framed interactivity« , collective ideas. Continue reading


Aug 31, 10:14
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“Freestanding” by Petko Dourmana [ee Tallinn]

Freestanding by Petko Dourmana :: Commission for gateways. Art and Networked Culture, 2011:

Presenting two towers in augmented reality on smart phones and telling their stories with drawings and video, Freestanding invites audiences to compare the concepts and contexts in which the structures were conceived. One of the towers was never built, but managed to become one of the most recognizable examples of the constructivist movement and is considered one of the symbols of modernity in the early twentieth century — Vladimir Tatlin’s project for the four hundred meter high Monument to the Third International (1919–20). Continue reading


Aug 23, 14:33
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Live Stage: Symptoms [uk Newcastle]

Symptoms — an exploratory workshop and tour lead by Martin Howse :: Part of Invisible Architectures :: September 9-11, 2011; 12:00 – 5:00 pm daily :: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.

“And this is the reason why it is impossible in a visitation to prevent the spreading of the plague by the utmost human vigilance: viz., that it is impossible to know the infected people from the sound, or that the infected people should perfectly know themselves.” — Daniel DeFoe. Journal of the Plague Year.

With the city of Newcastle identified as a layered site of contagion and execution, a leaky processor Symptoms proposes a revealing of materiality and message, of self-evident signal and carrier within the landscape of the plague city. Continue reading


Aug 22, 17:05
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Networked Cultures (2008)

Networked Cultures provides a filmic archive of practitioners from the fields of art, architecture, theory and activism talking about their work in the light of global cultural transformation. Continue reading


Aug 5, 20:43
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City-Sense: Shaping Our Environment with Real-Time Data

The Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia and HP are pleased to announce the 4th Advanced Architecture Contest, on the theme of CITY-SENSE: Shaping our environment with real-time data. Continue reading


Jul 29, 20:08
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Peeling Layers of Space Out of Thin Air [us NY]

Architecture Omi presents Augmented Reality: Peeling Layers of Space Out of Thin Air — Acconci Studio, Asymptote, Cleater Studio, Kol/ Mac, Metaxy, Leeser, Studio Daniel Libeskind, SHoP, SITE :: July 9, 2011; 6:30 – 8:30 pm :: The Fields Sculpture Park at OMI, 1405 County Route 22 Ghent, New York.

Bring your smart phone for an evening of architecture in the landscape. By pointing your iPhone or Android at the sky, you will see virtual pieces of architecture installed in the physical landscape at Omi. Continue reading


Jul 7, 20:55
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Carlo Bernardini, La Rivincita dell’Angolo [it Rome]

Carlo Bernardini, La Rivincita dell’Angolo :: June 24 – October 30, 2011 :: MACRO – Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Via Nizza 138 angolo Via Cagliari, Roma.

For the elevator shafts of the historic wing of the MACRO, The Contemporary Art Museum of Rome, Carlo Bernardini has created an installation, on different floors, consisting of two stainless steel sculptures, placed in the corners of the shafts; a spatial drawing is then created using optical fibres. The installation redraws the areas, literally sculpting the darkness, thus totally changing the perception and completely reconfiguring the space to create a new architecture of light. The real material used in Bernardini’s work is indeed “space”, which, shaped by the medium of light, is taken by the hand to “another” dimension: the place of thought.


Jun 24, 09:41
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Just Grounds: Cape Town [se Stockholm]

Resources.11 — Just Grounds: Cape Town — Post-graduate course in Architecture and Urban Planning :: Royal Institute of Art, Mejan Arc/ Architecture, 103 26 Stockholm, Sweden :: Deadline for Applications: June 13, 2011.

Urban Africa: Africa is rapidly urbanizing. 40% of the continent’s population is now urban, but despite Africa’s extensive natural resources and strong economic growth, neither international nor local investments find their way to the cities. In post-colonial Africa the City is still consider an exception. Basic infrastructure is still lacking and urbanization is occurring primarily in the form of slums, as silent encroachments. However, African urban researchers note that the African city should not be considered simply incomplete versions of their western counterparts. Indeed, the African city is following its own route with a very different map. Continue reading


May 30, 12:56
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Reconfiguring Site: New Approaches to Public Art and Architecture

Reconfiguring Site: New Approaches to Public Art and Architecture :: July 11 – August 9, 2011 :: School of Visual Art, NYC.

Crossing the boundaries into architecture, urban planning, landscape architecture, new media technologies and other arenas, the revitalization of public art has become a global trend, as more sensitivity to the nuance of site is increasingly valued. This residency will delve into a process that reflects key site-specific aspects and intrinsic elements: scale, history, social meaning and formal aesthetics.


May 17, 12:34
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Carlo Ratti: Architecture that Senses and Responds

With his team at SENSEable City Lab, MIT’s Carlo Ratti makes cool things by sensing the data we create. Continue reading


May 14, 12:44
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