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Acoustic Space Issue #8: ENERGY

Acoustic Space Issue #8: ENERGYScientific and Artistic, Utopian and Critical Visions :: Edited by Rasa Smite, Armin Medosch, Kerstin Mey, Raitis Smits :: Published by RIXC (Riga) and MPLab of Liepaja university, 2011:: ISSN 1407-2858.

In human society, energy is the most essential resource driving its economy and its future development. Yet, the currently used forms of terrestrial energy production are non-sustainable, posing serious danger to climate, people and the environment. Now, in the twenty-first century, human society with its information technologies needs more resources then ever before, thus sustainable development of both energy and information technologies have become the key issues of the present. Continue reading


Apr 1, 17:20
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Stealing the Senses [nz Aotearoa]

Stealing the Senses :: March 12 – June 6, 2011 :: Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, Cnr Queen and King Sts, New Plymouth 4342, Aotearoa, New Zealand.

Inhabiting their own potential moment of encounter, certain artworks have the capacity to create heterotopias of the senses. Remembering Foucault’s concept in human geography, heterotopia describes place and spaces of otherness. This exhibition offers an accumulation of work by international and Aotearoa New Zealand artists whose practices offer sensory and immersive encounters and thus propose new avenues to our phenomenological experience of the world.

Included are Brook Andrew’s room-sized participatory inflatable The Cell; a participatory accumulative project, Passage, by Isabel and Alfredo Aquilizan; Continue reading


Mar 7, 13:11
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Live Stage: Forecast [us Seattle]

Forecast: Communicating Weather and Climate :: January 24, 2011; 7:00 – 9:00 pm :: 2nd Floor Gallerias, Washington State Convention Center, 800 Convention Place, Seattle, WA.

Over the past year, Carrie Bodle worked with Miles Logsdon, UW faculty member in the College of Ocean and Fishery Sciences, and was inspired by his use of visualizations in detecting patterns in oceanographic research data. This collaboration resulted in Bodle making eight embroidered Hovmoller plots displaying chlorophyll-a patterns for different regions of the Northeast Pacific Ocean over the time period of December 2002-July 2010. These images are visualizations of data from the NASA SeaWiFs Satellite for an area off the entrance to the Strait of Juan de Fuca. A detail image of one of the plots is above. Continue reading


Jan 23, 13:46
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Environmental Sculpture Installations [tw Taiwan]

2011 Cheng Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project: Environmental Sculpture Installations, Call for Proposals — Deadline: February 11, 2011 :: Kuan Shu Educational Foundation, Lane 79, Wu Lang Street, Taichung City 403, Taiwan.

Artists from all countries are invited to send a proposal for a site-specific outdoor sculpture installation that will involve working with local elementary school children to create an artwork focused on making the Cheng Long Wetlands a ‘greener’ place where biodiversity can flourish. This year the emphasis will be on sculpture installations in the waters of the wetlands that can improve the habitat for wildlife and increase biodiversity as well as provide aesthetic enjoyment and raise public awareness about the importance of wetlands. Continue reading


Dec 13, 21:09
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The Climate Wall


Oct 15, 20:53
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Reblogged “Measuring Cup” by Mitchell Whitelaw

Posted on The Teeming Void by Mitchell Whitelaw: Measuring Cup is a little dataform project I’ve been working on this year. It’s currently showing in Inside Out, an exhibition of rapid-prototyped miniatures at Object gallery, Sydney.

This form presents 150 years of Sydney temperature data in a little cup-shaped object about 6cm high. The data comes from the UK Met Office’s HadCRUT subset, released earlier this year; for Sydney it contains monthly average temperatures back to 1859.

The structure of the form is pretty straightforward. Each horizontal layer of the form is a single year of data; these layers are stacked chronologically bottom to top – so 1859 is at the base, 2009 at the lip. Continue reading


Sep 26, 19:16
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Pollino Sky Festival 2010

“Wind Coil Sound Flow” by Ken Gregory

Wind Coil Sound Flow (2009) — by Ken Gregory — is an electro-mechanical audio system that poetically reproduces the processes involved in operating an Aeolian Kite Instrument in the field. The Aeolian Kite Instrument is a wind instrument based on an Aeolian harp. The kite’s towline is acoustically coupled to a resonator. The resonator amplifies the wind induced vibrations of the towline and resonates harmonically. A large one stringed guitar played by the wind. Receiving the digital audio recordings from the field work, Wind Coil Sound Flow, installed in the gallery, becomes a poetic and kinetic representation of the field instrument used to capture the wind’s voice.

Winnipeg artist Ken Gregory has been working with audio, video, hardware hacking, and computer programming for over 20 years. His performance and installation work has shown publicly in Winnipeg, other parts of Canada and many international venues. These works are presented in the form of gallery installations, live performances, networked projects and audio compact discs.


Sep 20, 18:42
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Network for Art and Renewable Energy Technologies

Renewable Network: The Long Bean / WindowfarmsNetwork for Art and Renewable Energy Technologies was founded in 2009 as a result of event series, that took place in Riga and Latvia, as well as in other Baltic and Nordic countries, focusing on the issues of sustainability — exploring artistic strategies, alternative approach and ecological use of renewable energy and information technologies. Network is now opening up, and those who are interested in “art and renewable energy technologies” are very welcome to join the network and to subscribe to the Renewable mailinglist (initiated and hosted by RIXC, administrated by members of the network). As for more recent activities of this network, this summer various events took place in different locations, that was related to specific “energy” topic — FOOD AS ENERGY: Continue reading


Sep 12, 15:38
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Global Warning Symposium [us San Jose, CA]

Global Warning Symposium :: September 16-17, 2010; 9:00 am – 5:00 pm :: San Jose City Hall Council Chambers, 200 East Santa Clara Street, San Jose, CA.

The two-day symposium examines the interconnectedness of ideas and actions and the current relationships between art-making, science and ecology. Continue reading


Sep 8, 19:56
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