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Live Stage: The Wild West of Chronic Pain [us Los Angeles]

The Wild West of Chronic Pain: Collaborations among Artists, Scientists & Health Care Experts by Artist in Residence Dr. Diane Gromala, Transforming Pain Research Group, SFU, Canada Continue reading


Nov 30, 14:32
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The Nonhuman Turn in 21st Century Studies

The Nonhuman Turn in 21st Century Studies :: May 3-5, 2012 :: Center for 21st Century Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee :: Call for Papers – Deadline: December 19, 2011.

Invited speakers include Jane Bennett, Ian Bogost, Bill Brown, Wendy Chun, Mark Hansen, Erin Manning, Brian Massumi, and Tim Morton.

This conference takes up the “nonhuman turn” that has been emerging in the arts, humanities, and social sciences over the past few decades. Intensifying in the 21st century, this nonhuman turn can be traced to a variety of different intellectual and theoretical developments from the last decades of the 20th century: Continue reading


Nov 11, 15:46
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The Critical Engineer Manifesto

Body, Space & Technology

Body, Space & Technology :: Call for Articles, Reviews, Reports, Visual Artworks, Sonic Artworks and Performances:

Body, Space & Technology, now in its eleventh year of publication, is an on-line interdisciplinary, innovative refereed journal that welcomes submissions from all aspects of contemporary arts and new technologies. As well as articles, perspectives and reviews of books we are actively seeking reviews of performance and visual and sonic art. We would also like reports on related conferences, symposia and events.

The Journal supports interactive sound and visual media. Continue reading


Oct 22, 16:24
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Pulp-Based Computing: Building Computers Out of Paper

Marelo Coelho, Lyndl Hall and Joanna Berzowska have developed a series of techniques for building sensors, actuators and circuit boards that behave, look, and feel like paper. Continue reading


Oct 15, 19:26
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October/November @ 319 Scholes [us NYC]

October/November @ 319 Scholes: Ecologías Correlativas, Notes on a New Nature, Monthly Music Series: Leisure :: 319 Scholes Street, Brooklyn NY.

How has the (contested) term ‘ecology’ mutated over past decades? If we cannot separate nature from culture, what is the role of subjectivity in the ‘ecological’? Where are opportunities to reconfigure social models with technology? How does one reconcile the space between a screen and a landscape? What can the natural world tell us about the online environments that we’re building everyday?

Over the course of the next few months, 319 Scholes will be exploring two schools of thought related to technology and ecology. Next week, chimera+ will introduce Ecologías Correlativas, an exhibition of projects by artists, architects and scientists who are creating DIY, largely open source, technologies to navigate environmental and socio-political ecologies. Continue reading


Oct 5, 17:36
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Live Stage: Architectures of Memory [us Santa Cruz, CA]

Architectures of Memory by Helen Hyunkyung Park and Natalie McKeever :: October 21, 2011; sunset :: Mitchells Cove, West Cliff Drive and Sunset Ave, Santa Cruz, California. Continue reading


Sep 30, 14:43
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Mark Marino on Critical Code Studies

How Can We Understand Code as a “Critical Artifact”?: USC’s Mark Marino on Critical Code Studies (Part One), by Henry Jenkins:

The Humanities and Critical Code Studies (HaCCS) Lab opened this summer at the University of Southern California with the specific goal of developing the field and fostering discussion between the Humanities and Computer Science. Current members include USC faculty and students and a host of affiliated scholars from other institutions, including and international advisory board. The HaCCS Lab sponsored its first conference this summer and will be sponsoring other get togethers both on campus and online. Central to its mission is to develop common vocabularies, methodologies, and case-studies of CCS, while promoting publications in the field. Continue reading


Sep 22, 10:24
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Hiroshi Kawano: The Philosopher at the Computer [de Karlsruhe]

Hiroshi Kawano: The Philosopher at the Computer :: September 24, 2011 – January 8, 2012 :: Opening: September 23; 6:00 pm :: ZKM | Media Museum, Project Room, Lorenzstraße 19, D-76135 Karlsruhe, Germany.

The Japanese philosopher, Hiroshi Kawano (*1925), is one of the most important pioneers in the conquest of computer technology for the arts. The ZKM is dedicating a first retrospective to his work. The exhibition comprises numerous works and documents which have never before been presented outside Japan, and draws on the rich Hiroshi-Kawano archive located at the ZKM since 2010. The retrospective emphasizes Kawano’s special role in the circle of pioneers in »computer art«: he was neither artist, who discovered the computer as a new production medium and theme, nor engineer who came to art via the new machine, but a philosopher, who left his desk for the computer center to experiment with theoretical models. Continue reading


Sep 9, 14:35
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Nick Briz Explains the Glitch-Art Methods of JODI

Nick Briz Explains the Glitch-Art Methods of JODI, Chicago Art Magazine:

In an effort to branch out further into the world of tech-based and internet art, Chicago Art Magazine attempted to send interview questions to the Belgium-based artist collective JODI, who have been making art for the internet for almost 10 years. When we attempted to contact the duo, we did receive a reply, but the answers completely befuddled us.

Here are a few samples of the answers we had received via email:

Chicago Art Magazine: What do you hope that people who visit your website, wwwwwwwww.jodi.com, take away from your artwork?
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Sep 9, 13:04
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