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SwanQuake

swanquake.jpgSwanQuake is a unique project involving the ongoing making of an interactive artwork comprising 3-D computer graphic environments and motion-capture driven characters created from a variety of materials and methods by an interdisciplinary team gathered together and led by Igloo.

In each of the pieces, using a game controller, the viewer navigates freely throughout the 3D computer graphic environments. The spaces are comprised of both exterior and interior landscapes, each thematically, visually & sonically distinct where users can interact with avatars to create new performances / performance spaces. Continue reading


Mar 28, 13:02
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“desktopperformance” by Florian Kuhlmann

desktop.jpgdesktopperformance deals with the relationship between the synthetic space[1] and the body. I am travelling several hundred kilometres from the place where I actually live to the place where I grew up several years go. this time I am not travelling by car or train. I am travelling by googles map with the power of my mousehand.

Moving a mouse with your hand can be one of the most powerful actions a man can do in the beginning 21 century. Its one of the most common actions of modern everyday life work. The proletarian of the 21 century has not to deal with big machines, he transfers billions of dollars over the world – with one mouseclick. Continue reading


Mar 28, 11:53
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Bunk Magazine: Call for Participation

timespedia.jpgThe 10th Anniversary issue of Bunk is wiki-tastic and is calling for contributions. In this issue: The Los Angeles Times, to save its flagging enterprise, has relaunched itself in entirely wiki format as The Los Wikiless Timespedia. The results: The best newspaper that the citizens (and netizens) can create: full of revert wars, spam, salacious content, meticulously beaten hobbyhorses, and endless digressions. But when the readers write the news, whose left to complain? Continue reading


Mar 28, 09:39
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Roberto Aguirrezabala [es Huarte]

cartel_easyfriend.jpgRoberto Aguirrezabala. Net.art 1998 – 2008 :: until April 6, 2008 :: The Huarte Contemporary Art Centre, Huarte (Navarra), Spain :: Curators: Roberta Bosco and Stefano Caldana.

The Huarte Art Centre is pleased to announce the first net.art solo exhibition by Spanish artist Roberto Aguirrezabala. His works are focused in his two fetishes subjects: the concept of identity and the interpersonal relations in the age of Internet. His projects avoid the stereotype of the website, do not exhibit banners or navigational menu and manage to address the user towards unforeseen thematics developments. The show displays three net.art works: Continue reading


Mar 27, 18:44
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Live Stage: “Watchmen” by Jack Faber [il Jerusalem]

upgrade_faber.jpgUpgrade! Tel Aviv – Jerusalem: Watchmen: Screening of the video, meeting and talk with Jack Faber :: April 2, 2008; 8 pm :: Daila, Shlomzion Hamalka 4, Jerusalem.

Model of Influence by Tal Ben Zvi / Jack Faber: Tal Ben Zvi: from the various constructions of meaning that artworks can create to influence other structures of society, the recent and relevant work to the Model of Influence investigation is to my opinion ‘Watchmen’ – an ongoing 3 years project ranging from guerrilla filmmaking, through gallery installations, to an innovating international precedent court verdict in the field of art, human rights and the freedom of expression. Continue reading


Mar 27, 17:54
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Live Stage: Territorial Phantom [nl Amsterdam]

space.jpgTerritorial Phantom with AES+F Group (RU), Yael Bartana (IL/NL), Cao Fei (CN), Yolande Harris (UK), Marine Hugonnier (F), Karen Lancel (NL), Lucas Lenglet (NL), Raqs Media Collective (IN), State of Sabotage (SoS), Artur Zmijewski (PL) :: March 29 – May 12, 2008 :: Opening March 28, 5:00 pm :: Netherlands Media Art Institute, Keizersgracht 264, 1016 EV Amsterdam.

Employing a whole mix of attitudes, viewpoints and forms, the artists in Territorial Phantom respond to occupying and possessing space. In today’s culture, based around claiming and possession, organizations, businesses and countries appropriate ever more space, by privatizing public space or bringing ‘democracy’ to countries, and where necessary eliminating opponents. Continue reading


Mar 27, 14:57
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“Exposure” by Marie Sester [us San Diego]

exposure.jpgExposure by Marie Sester :: April 10 – June 6, 2008 :: Artist Lecture: April 10, 4:30-5:30 pm, Room 4004; Reception at 6 pm :: gallery@calit2, Atkinson Hall, University of California, San Diego, 9500 Gilman Drive, La Jolla, CA [Map & Directions].

Exposure is a projection-based installation consisting of images of x-rayed vehicles juxtaposed with architecture. The installation was developed in 2001 as the fifth and last installment in a series of video-based work that explores how X-ray imagery was used for surveillance, pre-9/11. Marie Sester is interested in the evolving role of surveillance in culture. Her installations invite viewers to reconsider how reality changes as surveillance increasingly becomes a natural part of our everyday lives. Sester argues that our culture is obsessed with hyper-vigilance and control. Continue reading


Mar 27, 14:48
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2008 International GE3LS Symposium [ca Calgary]

ge3ls.jpg2008 International GE3LS SymposiumA challenge to digital artists to explore the complex ethical and societal issues emerging from genomic research and new genomic technologies :: April 28-30, 2008 :: The Westin Calgary, Calgary Alberta, Canada :: Call for Work – Deadline: April 13, 2008.

The Art Exhibit Subcommittee of the 2008 GE3LS International Symposium welcomes submissions of original digital works of art that address the ethical, legal, and social themes related to the human genome, biology in the 21st century, or genetics in society. Continue reading


Mar 27, 13:20
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Reblogged Andreas Nicolas Fischer’s “A week in the life”

dayinlife.jpgMade partly in a Generator.x 2.0 workshop, Andreas Nicolas Fischer’s ‘A week in the life’ is a three dimensional visualisation of movement and communication made with a cell phone during a week roaming around Berlin. Using bespoke software written for his mobile phone, Andreas was able to record the longitude and latitude of his position in the city. The data was then passed to a Processing sketch, which resulted in the 3D representation. WMMNA extracted the following info regarding the journey from Processing to final data sculpture:

The model was then taken into Rhino and contoured into horizontal and vertical 2d layers. The intersections were set and vectors cleaned in illustrator. After that individual parts were cut with a laser cutter and assembled into the final work.Continue reading


Mar 26, 15:30
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Reblogged International Dance Party

danceparty.jpgThe International Dance Party, an installation by Niklas Roy and Adad Hannah, is a complete plug ‘n’ play party in a box. Equipped with radar sensing technology, the system can sense activity nearby and quickly transform from an idle box into a psychedelic light and laser dance machine with a 600W sound system that will make the room bounce with excitement. The machine even taunts its audience with ambience with a built-in smoke machine that spews fog onto the dance floor. When everyone has left the room, the machine quickly transforms back to its static state and waits quietly for the next party to start. Watch the video. [blogged by Jonah Brucker-Cohen on Coin-Operated]


Mar 26, 15:12
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