Adriaan Stellingwerff
Since 2002
Works in United States of America

BIO
Adriaan Stellingwerff has been working in the field of new media and screen-based arts for over 8 years. Combining his technical background as an engineer with his interest in the arts, he started working as a new media arts curator and producer in the Netherlands in 1998. Between 1998 and 2003 Adriaan curated and organised three major international exhibitions of interactive installation art (http://www.artinoutput.nl). In this period he also acted as the co-producer for two new installation works. In 2003, Adriaan co-founded taste-E.org (http://www.taste-e.org), an online portal to websites in the field of the electronic arts for which he continues to be the researcher and editor. In 2003, Adriaan moved to Australia, where he worked for 2 years as the Program Manager at dLux media arts, a Sydney-based new media arts organisation. In 2005, Adriaa was awarded a Rhizome commission for his first net.art work Eternal Sunset (http://www.eternalsunset.net)
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OPPORTUNITY

Reminder: D>Art.06 call for entries closes February 18


Deadline:
Mon Jan 30, 2006 20:06

D>Art.06 is the ninth edition of Australia’s premier screen and digital media arts festival. This year’s festival will feature new and experimental video and web art as well as works using mobile technologies presented in a month-long program of screenings, a forum and an exhibition at the Sydney Opera House Studio and Exhibition Hall in April 2006.

Under the theme “Condition of Emergence”, dLux media arts is now calling for works in the following categories of D>Art.06:

- D>Art.06 Screen: Experimental video works with a maximum duration of 15 minutes.

- D>Art.06 Web: Online works suitable for exhibition in a gallery environment.

- D>Art.06 Locative / Mobile: Artworks specifically made with or for mobile technologies. The nature of the artwork may range from video to games to locative and social networking applications.

All works submitted must have been completed in 2005 or 2006.
The call for entries closes on February 18th 2006. Any entries not received by this date will not be accepted.

For more information, detailed entry conditions and to submit your work to D>Art.06, please visit http://www.dlux.org.au/dart06


OPPORTUNITY

D>Art.06 Festival: International call for single channel screen, web and locative/mobile works.


Deadline:
Wed Dec 14, 2005 22:26

D>Art.06 is the ninth edition of Australia’s premier screen and digital media arts festival. This year’s festival will feature new and experimental video and web art as well as works using mobile technologies presented in a month-long program of screenings, a forum and an exhibition at the Sydney Opera House Studio and Exhibition Hall in April 2006.

Under the theme “Condition of Emergence”, dLux media arts is now calling for works in the following categories of D>Art.06:

- D>Art.06 Screen: Experimental video works with a maximum duration of 15 minutes.

- D>Art.06 Web: Online works suitable for exhibition in a gallery environment.

- D>Art.06 Locative / Mobile: Artworks specifically made with or for mobile technologies. The nature of the artwork may range from video to games to locative and social networking applications.

All works submitted must have been completed in 2005 or 2006.
The call for entries closes on February 18th 2006. Any entries not received by this date will not be accepted.

For more information, detailed entry conditions and to submit your work to D>Art.06, please visit http://www.dlux.org.au/dart06


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d>Art.O5: Clarification


Deadline:
Wed May 25, 2005 22:35

From my previous posting it may have seemd like d>Art.O5 is only open for submissions from dLux media arts members.

This is not true! We welcome entries from everyone!!!
My apologies for any confusion caused.

Regards,

Adriaan Stellingwerff
Program Manager
dLux media arts


OPPORTUNITY

Reminder: d>Art.O5 call for entries closes in less than 3 weeks!


Deadline:
Wed May 25, 2005 22:25

d>Art.O5 is the eighth edition of dLux media arts acclaimed annual showcase of recent Australian and International single channel, short experimental digital film and video, web and sound art. As a member of dLux media arts, we’d like to invite you to submit your work!

dLux media arts is calling for works for the following categories of d>Art.O5:

- d>Art.O5 Screen: Open to Australian citizens or permanent residents only
- d>Art.O5 Sound: Open to Australian and International artists
- d>Art.O5 Web: Open to Australian and International artists

Submitting work is free and all artists included in the d>Art.O5 program will receive a screening/exhibition fee.

Under the theme "Distributed Art" d>Art.O5 will focus on art forms that have an inherently distributed nature (web art, mobile phone art) and investigate new methods for distribution of digital art. (podcasting, BitTorrent, Bluetooth etc.).

d>Art.O5 will consist of an exhibition of sound, web, and mobile phone art and a screening program of experimental film and video art. The exhibition will take place at the Sydney Opera House Exhibition Hall in
August/September 2005. The screening program will be presented at Chauvel Cinema during the same period.

During the exhibition the sound and mobile phone art will be available for distribution to the private devices (mp3 players, mobile phones) of the visitors. After the exhibition period, the sound and screen works will be distributed online through podcasting and BitTorrent, respectively. The web works will be presented in an online gallery on the dLux media arts website. All distribution will be under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-noDerivs License.

The call for entries closed on June 15. No entries will be accepted after this date. Entrants will be notified of the selection results by July 1st.

For more information and to submit work to d>Art.O5, please visit http://www.dlux.org.au/dart05

Cheers,

Adriaan Stellingwerff
Program Manager
dLux media arts


OPPORTUNITY

d>Art.O5 :: call for single channel screen, sound and online works


Deadline:
Wed Apr 13, 2005 23:11

d>Art.O5 is the eighth edition of dLux media arts acclaimed annual showcase
of recent Australian and International single channel, short experimental
digital film and video, web and sound art.

dLux media arts is now calling for works for the following categories of
d>Art.O5:

- d>Art.O5 Screen: Open to Australian citizens or permanent residents only
- d>Art.O5 Sound: Open to Australian and International artists
- d>Art.O5 Web: Open to Australian and International artists

Under the sub-title "Distributed Art" d>Art.O5 will both focus on art forms
that have an inherently distributed nature (web art, mobile phone art) and
investigate new methods for distribution of digital art. (podcasting,
BitTorrent, Bluetooth etc.).

d>Art.O5 will consist of an exhibition of sound, web, and mobile phone art
and a screening program of experimental film and video art. The exhibition
will take place at the Sydney Opera House Exhibition Hall in
August/September 2005. The screening program will be presented during this
same period.

During the exhibition the sound and mobile phone art will be available for
distribution to the private devices (mp3 players, mobile phones) of the
visitors. After the exhibition period, the sound and screen works will be
distributed online through podcasting and BitTorrent, respectively. The web
works will be presented in an online gallery on the dLux media arts website.
All distribution will be under a Creative Commons
Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs License.

The call for entries closes on June 15th. Any entries not completed by this
date will not be accepted. Entrants will be notified of the selection
results by July 1st.

For more information and to make a submission to d>Art.O5, please visit
http://www.dlux.org.au/dart05

Cheers,

Adriaan Stellingwerff
Program Manager
dLux media arts