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atc @ ucb: fall 06 - spring 07 program

By Ken Goldberg

Although Grigori Perelman has apparently resolved Poincare's Conjecture, many other conjectures remain open. Help us evaluate wild hunches and unexpected perspectives during our Tenth Anniversary Season:

The Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium of Berkeley's Center for New Media

Fall 2006 - Spring 2007 Monday Evenings, 7:30-9:00pm, 160 Kroeber Hall, UC Berkeley =============================================================

2006 Sep 11 Making Faces: Theatrical Materiality and Technological Embodiment Pamela Z, Performance Artist, SF

Sep 25 Mediatic Performance: New Technologies for Old Theater Marianne Weems, Director, The Builders Association, NY

Oct 16 Recent Experiments in Modern Composition, Software, and Stand-Up Comedy Cory Arcangel, Artist, NYC (*)

Oct 30 Extraterrestrial Aesthetics, Divine Genetics, and Other Thought Experiments Jonathon Keats, Artist, SF

Nov 13 Stop Making Sense: Contextualizing Media Art Rudolf Frieling, Media Arts Curator, SFMOMA

2007 Jan 22 ANALOG Pierre Huyghe, Artist, Paris (**)

Feb 12 The Re-Dematerialization of the Art Object Matmos, Musicians and Sound Artists, SF

Mar 12 The Twilight of Posterity Kaja Silverman, Rhetoric and Film Studies, UC Berkeley

Apr 23 Can You Say...2007 ? Doug Aitken, Artist, LA

ATC Director: Ken Goldberg ATC Assoc. Director: Greg Niemeyer ATC Grad. Associate: Irene Chien Curated with: ATC Advisory Board

Sponsored by: * Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost * Center for New Media (CNM) * Intel Research Labs * Berkeley Art Museum / Pacific Film Archive * Townsend Center for the Humanities * Center for Information Technology in the Interest of Society (CITRIS) * College of Engineering, Interdisciplinary Studies Program * Consortium for the Arts

(*) in conjunction with Dept of Art Practice "Interventions" Lecture Series (**) co-sponsored by California College of Arts, SF (Talk location TBA)

For updated information, please see: http://atc.berkeley.edu/ Contact: goldberg@berkeley.edu, or phone: (510) 643-9565

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