Sergey Teterin
Since 2002
Works in Perm City Russian Federation

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BIO
Sergey Teterin (b. 1969) - Russian media artist. He lives and works in the in the city of Perm, Urals region, Russia. I n the past, he was an organizer of "Read_Me 1.2" software art festival (2002, director) and "Machinista 2003/2004" media art festivals (director, curator) in Russia and Scotland; participated in a lot of media art exhibitions and festivals in Russia, Germany, Austria, UK, Yugoslavia, Denmark, Latvia.
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DISCUSSION

Movie Mincer - CALL FOR VIDEOS


Ladies and Gentlemen,
Let me introduce new artistic device from Russia

MOVIE MINCER
PC-compatible device for cinema and VJ shows

HAND-MADE CINEMA
is a lo-tech live performance where an old soviet mincer is used as
a laptop-connected device to generate video streams manually
(mincer > laptop > beamer > screen). Movie mincer allows showing
motion pictures by turning the mincer's handle reviving and paroding
atmosphere of the first performances from the very dawn of cinema era.
Each movie represents a set of JPEG (or WBMP) pictures projected
in series which corresponds literally to the "moving pictures" definition.

All mincemovies are demonstrated in silent mode, soundtrack is an extra
feature which is generated separately. Movie Mincer has the original old
soviet design (1972) created in Izhevsk Ironware Plant which produced
mincing machines as well as internationally known fire-arms.

More details, photos, videos etc. are available on the site:
http://www.teterin.ru/mincer/

COMING MM FIRST PUBLIC PRESENTATION:
May, 6 > Glasgow, UK.
At Centre For Contemporary Arts, as a part of the Machinista Review -
350 Sauchiehall Street G2, 19:00. Free.
Mincemovie: "The man with the movie camera" by Dziga Vertov, 1929.
http://www.machinista.org.uk/offline/program.html

We encourage all artists and video-maniacs to enlarge our base
of mincemovies ready for demonstration! We accept short (6 min. max)
movies in .AVI (DivX) or QuickTime formats, resolution 320x240,
low-fi is welcome, sound and captioning data are not necessary.

MOST CRAZY, FREAKY AND ABSURD VIDEOS ARE WANTED!

Upload video-file into your server and send link to teterin@pisem.net
with all attendant information (title, author's name, description etc).

Or via snailmail on CD-R:
614094, Russia, Perm
p.o.box 3427 for S.Teterin

All convenient works will be converted to mincemovies and
will be shown in Russia and beyond. Author's rights will be declared.

SHARE YOUR EXTRAVAGANCY WITH US!

Thank you.

best regards,

Sergey Teterin | Perm, Russia
www.teterin.ru & www.machinista.org

OPPORTUNITY

Machinista 2004: supervisors wanted!


Deadline:
Tue Sep 30, 2003 00:00

Machinista 2004 Scotland-Russia:
supervisors wanted!

http://www.machinista.org.uk

- The Russian team are collaborating with major cultural and alternative venues in Glasgow, Scotland to create a significant offline festival to complement a new 2004 CD-ROM and website.
- Next month a widespread call for participation will begin soliciting submissions from artists, designers, programmers, inventors, musicians, filmmakers, VJs, performers and many others who have work they wish to showcase in any of the following themes / categories:

1. "Art from the Machine: gleams of the inhuman"
Works created completely or mostly by a machine.

2. "Artists Against Machinic Standards"
Breaking, destroying, hacking, unexpected (non-utilitarian?) usage of customary programs as an art experiment.

3. "Full-Screen Robomania"
Moving image works featuring: robots, cyborgs, artificial intelligence, life of machines, etc. single screen videos, film, animations, VJ mixes and visualiser software.

Two AI / arts experts (one UK based and one Russian based) oversee each theme. The six supervisors will collaborate remotely to critique entries and explain AI issues to a non-expert audience.

2 PART TIME CRITICAL/RESEARCH VACANCIES:

UK BASED SUPERVISOR: CATEGORY 1. " Art from the Machine: gleams of the inhuman".
UK BASED SUPERVISOR: CATEGORY 2. "Artists Against Machinic Standards".
ROLE OF CATEGORY SUPERVISOR
- Briefly define and explain the themes for the call for participation in collaboration with Russian counterpart
- Assist/advise in distributing the calls for participation (for circulation from Oct/Nov 2003 onwards)
- Engage in dialogue with the offline festival event curators
- Evaluate their favourite entries in a short written report for the festival publication (also distributed on CD ROM & website)
- Present a summary of their categories during a panel/ forum at CCA Glasgow in May 2004

The fee for each position is GBP 150 + travel and expenses.

Note: "Artificial Intelligence in Art" is taken to include not just visual arts but also music, performance, dance, architecture, design etc. applicants with knowledge of AI in any such field are welcomed.

To apply for these jobs please send resume/CV/biography with brief supporting statement to supervise@machinista.org.uk

DEADLINE : 30 September 2003.

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LINKS

Machinista 2003 is at
http://www.machinista.ru/en


DISCUSSION

WINNERS of Machinista 2003


Hello friends

WINNERS of Machinista 2003 :

[machine as the artist's co-author]
! Thor Magnusson - "ixi software" (UK)
README: ixi software is a network of experimentalists in the field of computer music and computer music software. We produce various types of work in our studios but we are mainly concerned with producing small prototypes or applications where we concentrate on new modes of interactivity in music software.
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id8

[machine in place of the artist]
! interface - "Inter.Face" (RU)
README: On the basis of his/hers self-identity the user compiles a portrait-avatar. Each portrait gets it's own unique id, so later it can be used as one of the means of representing network identity. All created portraits are collected in a database and processed by a special algorithm. Separated network individuals reunite in one average portrait of the Net User, the blurred image of which finally becomes defined. At the end of 2003 the resulting exhibition "INTER.FACE 2003, Runet self-identity" will present the final average portraits of the Net Man and the Net Woman.
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id7

[veejays vs visualizers]
! Andrius Ventslova - "1234" (RU)
README: russian visual rap.
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id5

'Machinista 2003' was finished at April, 12 in Youth House, Perm, West Ural, RU.
We THANKS 'Pointless Creations' veejays from Glasgow (UK) for great video-show in Perm!
Pointless Creations info: http://www.pointlesscreations.co.uk/

"MACHINISTA 2003" is an international internet-based festival of contemporary media art, coordinated in Perm City, West Ural, Russia. Main subject of the festival is "Artificial Intelligence in Art: Faces of Machinic Ingenuity". The focus is on the new interaction of machinic and human in art and culture.

http://www.machinista.ru/en

DISCUSSION

WINNERS of Machinista 2003


Hello friends

WINNERS of Machinista 2003 :

[machine as the artist's co-author]
! Thor Magnusson - "ixi software" (UK)
README: ixi software is a network of experimentalists in the field of
computer music and computer music software. We produce various types of work
in our studios but we are mainly concerned with producing small prototypes
or applications where we concentrate on new modes of interactivity in music
software.
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id8

[machine in place of the artist]
! interface - "Inter.Face" (RU)
README: On the basis of his/hers self-identity the user compiles a
portrait-avatar. Each portrait gets it's own unique id, so later it can be
used as one of the means of representing network identity. All created
portraits are collected in a database and processed by a special algorithm.
Separated network individuals reunite in one average portrait of the Net
User, the blurred image of which finally becomes defined. At the end of 2003
the resulting exhibition "INTER.FACE 2003, Runet self-identity" will present
the final average portraits of the Net Man and the Net Woman.
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id7

[veejays vs visualizers]
! Andrius Ventslova - "1234" (RU)
README: russian visual rap.
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id5

'Machinista 2003' was finished at April, 12 in Youth House, Perm, West Ural,
RU.
We THANKS 'Pointless Creations' veejays from Glasgow (UK) for great
video-show in Perm!
Pointless Creations info: http://www.pointlesscreations.co.uk/

"MACHINISTA 2003" is an international internet-based festival of
contemporary media art, coordinated in Perm City, West Ural, Russia. Main
subject of the festival is "Artificial Intelligence in Art: Faces of
Machinic Ingenuity". The focus is on the new interaction of machinic and
human in art and culture.

http://www.machinista.ru/en

EVENT

MACHINISTA 2003 Festival [RU]


Dates:
Sat Apr 12, 2003 00:00 - Sun Apr 06, 2003

MACHINISTA 2003" is an internet-based media art festival, organized and coordinated in Perm City, West Ural, Russia. Main subject of the festival is "Artificial Intelligence in Art: Faces of Machinic Ingenuity". The focus is on the new interaction of machinic and human in art and culture.

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