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Out-of-Sync: The Paradoxes of Time [lu Luxembourg]

Out-of-Sync: The Paradoxes of Time :: until May 22, 2011 :: Mudam Luxembourg, Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, 3, Park Dräi Eechelen, L-1499 Luxembourg.

Out-of-Sync broaches the sweeping issue of the place taken up by the dimension of time in the visual arts from a specific angle: it is concerned with works in which several temporalities coexist, overlap, contradict one another, thus developing a paradoxical relationship to time. Through this interest in what the philosopher Elie During, in his recent book Faux Raccords, calls “times out-of-tune” [“les temps désaccordés”], the works brought together in the show are not meant to illustrate or define the notion of time. On the contrary, they offer us an experience of its elusive nature. Continue reading


Apr 17, 14:02
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Audience as Subject, Part 1: Medium [us San Francisco]

[Audience as Subject, Part 1-“Turn On,” 2004] Audience as Subject, Part 1: Medium + Yoshua Okón: 2007-2010 :: until February 6, 2011 :: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission Street, San Francisco CA.

Audience as Subject, Part 1: Medium is presented as part of YBCA’s Big Idea DARE: Innovations in art, action, audience. Organized by Betti-Sue Hertz, YBCA Director of Visual Arts, Audience as Subject is a two-part exhibition that reverses the role of the audience from that of spectator to subject, exposing the dramatic mechanisms underlying public gatherings of people. By focusing the viewer’s attention on the characteristics and behaviors of individuals in a group environment — body language, facial expressions, attitudes, gestures and actions — the artists challenge our perceptions about participation in civic life. Continue reading


Oct 31, 18:17
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“Tessel” by LAb[au]

Tessel — by LAb[au] (on view November 6- December 6, 2010 @ MediaRuimte, Brussels) — is a kinetic installation investigating the perception of sound and space.

Its name is derived from ‘tessellation’, a term applied to the geometric subdivision of a surface into plane units, also known as ’tiling’. It also describes a software technique that allows calculation of renderings through the subdivision of surfaces into polygons. The term has its origin in the Latin word ‘tessella’, describing the square tiles used to make mosaics.

Tessellation has been applied throughout history from ancient to modern times, from two to n-dimensional configurations and merges science and art through mathematics. Here Tessel is based on the ‘pinwheel pattern’, a non-periodic tiling coined by mathematicians Charles Radin and John Conway, which allows the creation of an infinitely complex geometry constructed with a simple single ‘seed’: a right triangle. Here, the pinwheel pattern is transformed, folded and transposed to the third dimension. Continue reading


Oct 31, 10:58
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Passages. Travels in Hyperspace [es Gijón]

Passages. Travels in Hyperspace: Works From The Thyssen–Bornemisza Art Contemporary Collection (T-B A21) :: October 6, 2010 – February 21, 2011 :: LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Los Prados, 121, 33394 Gijón (Asturias) Spain.

Pasajes. Viajes por el híper-espacio [Passages. Travels in Hyperspace] consists primarily of large-scale installation work, the exhibition is designed so as to foster a contemplative stroll, making the body central to the visitor’s experience of art and offering a journey into a perceptual dimension that activates the physical, the sensory and the cerebral.

Exploring forms of perception, which weave together the “real” with the “virtual,” the exhibition produces stimulating experiences, prompting that which is unforeseen and unpredictable, not fully explainable or representable in terms of pre-existing concepts or expectations. Continue reading


Sep 8, 19:40
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Devices that Alter Perception [kr Seoul]

Devices that Alter Perception (DAP 2010) — in conjunction with the IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR 2010) :: October 13, 2010 :: COEX, Seoul, Korea :: Call for Papers — Deadline: September 1, 2010.

Sensors, actuators, implants, wearable computers, and neural interfaces can do more than simply observe our bodies: these devices can also alter and manipulate our perceptions. This workshop will promote the design and critique of systems whose explicit purpose is to alter human percepts. Participants will be asked to present abstracts, images, videos and demonstrations that focus on devices that shape perceptual phenomena. Continue reading


Aug 10, 20:22
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Live Stage: C5’s Perfect View [us NYC]

Perfect View by C5 :: August 5- September 2, 2010 :: Opening Reception: August 5; 6-8 pm :: Artist’s Talk (Jack Toolin): August 26; 6-8 pm :: Project Room at the Chelsea Art Museum, 556 West 22nd St., New York,

Perfect View considers our perception of landscape in light of growing technological mediation brought about by digital technologies. GPS, satellite imaging, computer graphics, etc. allow us to preview, to navigate, to represent, and to conceptualize our experience of landscape in complex ways. How does this mediation affect the phenomenological experience of the natural environment? In what ways do these technologies enhance the experience of nature? Does their use somehow interfere with this experience? Are some forms of perception privileged over others due to their use? Continue reading


Aug 3, 20:34
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Live Stage: “A reality” by 1.0.3 [fr Paris]

Upgrade! Paris: A reality by 1.0.3 (Adelin Schweitzer & Benjamin Cadon, Géographies Variables Residents) :: May 26, 2010; 4:30 – 6:3o pm :: Le 104, Paris, Atelier 11 (Part of “The Common Factory”)

The project “A reality” builds on an initial premise: there is not a reality but rather a set of paradigms that make consensus any time in history, territory, and for a specific social group. These systems of representation submit our perceptions and define our relationship to the world. Is human being capable of perceiving the world beyond the representation he makes? And if it is exempt from this illusion, even temporarily, would enable him to reclaim the real so sensitive? The instrument developed in this project, the prototype takes 01 more as the symbolic element of this utopia, a utopia in which a machine would avoid the constraints imposed by our senses to reality. Continue reading


May 25, 20:01
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Making Reality Really Real [no Trondheim]

11th Consciousness International Reframed Conference 2010: Making Reality Really Real :: November 4-6, 2010 :: TEKS, PB 2227, 7412 Trondheim, Norway :: Call for Abstracts (no more than 500 words) — Deadline: May 9, 2010.

Making Reality Really Real: The status of our reality is uncertain. We know that the material world experienced through our senses is a representation of quantum phenomena that can be observed at another level of resolution. But are sub-atomic particles in turn representations of something beyond, something that approaches the really Real? Continue reading


Apr 26, 17:23
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Feelings are facts [cn Beijing]

Feelings are facts :: April 4 – June 20, 2010 :: Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, 798 Art District, No.4 Jiuxianqiao Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100015, P.R. China.

Feelings are facts by Danish-Iclandic artist Olafur Eliasson and Chinese architect Ma Yansong is the first collaboration between the two artists, each of whom represents unique endeavors and cultural backgrounds. Feelings are facts is an installation in which the spectator, rather than simply viewing an art object from the outside, witnesses himself becoming an integral part of the artwork. The viewer enters a world of extra-sensorial perception whereby color, light and architecture enable him to re-evaluate his relationship with his surroundings. Continue reading


Apr 7, 13:08
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Live Stage: Cubinator Project – Live Performance [online]

The Cubinator Project – Online Live Performance :: April 17-18, 2010; 7:00 pm – 7:00 pm :: Online.

Virtualization of our daily tasks, as well as of communication processes, social activity, production, economics, media consumption, etc. probably have more impact on our temporal and special awareness and sensorial processes than we normally realize. Sarah and I came to this conclusion during the research that we decided to undertake for the seminar Scopic Regimes of Vituality. Our final project for this seminar attempts to focus on our altered perception of space and time, as a consequence of our frequent use of new (digital) media. Expanding on Anna Munster’s book (Materializing New Media: Embodiment in Information Aesthetics, 2006), in particular on her chapter on digitality, where she discuss the idea of a “global digital time” and refers to the 24 hours economy, we aim to realize a work of performance to expose multiple layers of our distorted perception of time and space, which are produced by our use of digital media. Continue reading


Mar 28, 15:56
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