Ana Carvalho
Since 2004
Works in Falmouth, Colorado United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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BIO
Ana Carvalho is a visual artist born in Porto, Portugal and living at the moment in Falmouth, UK.
Major themes in the work of Ana Carvalho are emotional celebrations in daily life, women's achievements, fictional biography and ways of knowing. Experiencing different cultures and languages is a way of living.
She develops work that describes processes of interaction with other people while telling stories that are nor entirely fiction or reality.
The work is presented as live visual performance, installation/videos and on the Internet. By using images and colors she explores multiplicities in herself, gender and relationships.
She is one of four members of Art in Hidden Places of Falmouth. Through art events, the group attempts to create a network for artists to communicate, collaborate and create works in public spaces.
Ana Carvalho is currently researcher at iRes Research cluster in Interactive Art & Design and lecturer at University College of Falmouth.
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EVENT

abertura2


Dates:
Sun Jul 20, 2008 00:00 - Mon Jul 14, 2008

Location:
Portugal

Realtime audiovisual performances, presentations, discussions and workshops
Free event

Sunday, 20th July 2008

Venue: O Século, Centro de Arte Avançada
Rua do Século, n. 80
Lisbon, Portugal
www.myspace.com/oseculo

abertura is a one-day event which presents VJing and realtime audiovisual performances, presentations, discussions and workshops, by national and international artists. In its second edition, abertura2, the theme of which is "Communities, Collectives and Collaboration", in which theory can be developed in conjunction with technology (last year's "abertura 2007" theme), we will explore a variety of approaches people use to work together in the making of "live performance", and its related expression and dissemination. The event has a strong experimental component and this second edition brings to Portugal a large international palette of people and work.


EVENT

KnowledgeLab9:Art / 5th - 7th October / Institute for Advanced Studies, Lancaster University, UK


Dates:
Fri Oct 05, 2007 00:00 - Mon Oct 01, 2007

KnowledgeLab9:Art - Technology, Authorship, Ways of Living and Art Market
5th - 7th October, 2007
Institute for Advanced Studies, Lancaster University, North West England.

We welcome you to attend the Knowledgelab9:Art, a weekend gathering for collaborative and creative reflection. If you are unable to attend the whole weekend or are particularly interested in a single presentation then please come along to individual events.

For further information on locations, attendance conditions, details on participators, please refer to the wiki:
https://www.knowledgelab.org.uk/KLab9
we are updating it regularly.
This knowledge lab will address art and ways of critically thinking about our world. Within this broad region of enquiry, the lab will encompass notions of life and art as a political commitment, the influence art can exert in politics and how political ideas in turn influence art. It will also address new ways of making art and how this relates to technologies and social changes, and the use of art as an anti-capitalist means to change and fight the system.
Like previous knowledge labs the day will be divided into four streams.

TECHNOLOGY In this stream the discussion will centre around free software, DIY, art spaces and interfaces.
WAYS OF LIVING This stream concerns process, moment, Artivism and performance.
AUTHORSHIP This stream will consider copy rights, ownership, patenting, and appropriation.
THE ART MARKET The fourth stream is intended to raise issues concerning(new ways of) curating, spaces (physical and virtual) to show art, and ways of making money: Marketing, the means of production, market forces and anti-market forces, the art market, and art and ethics.

SCHEDULE FOR THE EVENT [for the times of each talk/workshop/forum visit the wiki]

FRIDAY
Welcome at Institute for Advanced Studies, Lancaster University.
Evening of videos show (check wiki for info abut the venue)

SATURDAY
Performance Work For Free (workshop) / Beatriz Albuquerque/Campos Baptista

Some reasons to visit Lukacs (paper) / Brendan Byrne

Guerrilla Installation (paper and workshop) / Miss Information

Lunch Break
New Models of Curtaing?: Possibility of non-curating in the network society (Paper and discussion) / Magdalena Tyzlik-Carver
How much autonomy do you need? ( Workshop) / David Goldenberg
Free Software and art - similarities and differences ( Workshop) / Stefan Merten/Oekonux

Collective Ownership: In History and Today ( Forum) / Nina Moehler and Martin Pederson

Saturday night music and video performances at the Gregson Center in Lancaster.

SUNDAY
It is an escapist world but one can not make the escape (Workshop) / Jacqueline Forzelius

A Pedagogical Turn: A Discussion on Education as Art ( Paper) / Colourschool, Kristina
Collective discussion: What has come out of the klab?

COST OF ATTENDING
Unwaged persons: free Unfunded students/low-paid persons: donation Funded students/Lancaster university staff: 20 Academics/waged persons: 65

This contribution is for the whole weekend and includes lunches on Saturday and Sunday: food will be vegan and predominantly organic.

The contribution also includes shared accommodation on the floor of the very spacious and friendly Quakers' Meeting House, it is free, but please bring sleeping bag and mat. Get in touch if you have any special requirements, and again, please let us know in advance if you're bringing a child.

There is also a nominal fee of 5 for the Saturday night event at the [Gregson Centre] in Lancaster.

For information about accommodation alternatives please visit the wiki https://www.knowledgelab.org.uk/Attending_the_event

For further information email klab9art@gmail.com or call 07974 630442 or 07841 378264

We hope to see you there,
Best Wishes
Amy and Ana


EVENT

VJ event / Lisbon


Dates:
Sun Jul 22, 2007 00:00 - Thu Jul 19, 2007

ABERTURA
www.visual-agency.net/abertura

VJing and Realtime AudioVisual Event
Evento de VJing e AudioVisual em Tempo Real

Sunday 22nd July 2007
Domingo, 22 de Julho 2007

Rua D.Pedro V - 76A - Principe Real - Lisboa

ABERTURA is a one day event in Lisbon which presents VJing and realtime visual performance by national and international artists. ABERTURA will be the first event of it's kind in Portugal. This first attempt will focus on, and explore, a variety of technical approaches to making "live visuals".

ABERTURA is also about openness to new art forms, to new technologies and to each other. In keeping with the RogueWaves (http://roguewaves.net) mission, the purpose of this event, hence its name, is to open up the concept of visual performance, to people of various artistic and cultural backgrounds from around the world, both physically and virtually present. The event is based on the idea of collaboration on an international as well inter-media level in order to further the evolution of the already growing movement towards mutual understanding through art and technology.

Sunday, July 22nd, 7:00pm Lisbon (GMT) time, we invite you to attend and/or participate in ABERTURA, by visiting us at Rua D. Pedro V, 76A, in Lisbon, Portugal or by creating an account at www.operator11.com, which we will be using for our attempt at an international live audiovisual stream. We will be live at approximately 1:30 am Lisbon(GMT) under the name of “monkeyfish”.

For more details about this event, please visit our official site at:
http://www.visual-agency.net/abertura

Concept: RogueWaves Inc (http://roguewaves.net)
Web Design: Visual Agency (www.visual-agency.net)
Sponsors: O Funicular Bar, O Seculo Centro Cultural (www.oseculo.com) e Ouve (www.ouve.net)

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ABERTURA e um evento de um dia, que apresenta VJing e performance visual em tempo real por artistas nacionais e internacionais. ABERTURA sera o primeiro evento deste genero em Portugal. Esta primeira tentativa vai-se concentrar e explorar a variedade de tecnologias utilizadas para fazer visuais “ao vivo”; sejam elas “ao vivo” em termos de haver alguem fisicamente presente para manipular e processar imagens, ou “ao vivo” no enquadramento de uma instalacao ao vivo.

ABERTURA tem a ver com abertura a novas formas de arte, a novas tecnologias e a uns aos outros. De acordo com a missao de RogueWaves(http://roguewaves.net), o proposito deste evento, dai o seu nome, e abrir o conceito de performance visual a pessoas de varios historiais artisticos e culturais de todo o mundo, tanto presentes fisicamente como virtualmente. Este evento e baseado na ideia de colaboracao, tanto a nivel internacional como inter-media, para propagar a evolucao do movimento, cada vez maior, a favor da compreencao mutua atravez da arte e da tecnologia.

Domingo, dia 22 de Julho, as 19:00h horario de Lisboa, convidamos para presenciar e/ou participar em ABERTURA, visitando-nos na Rua D. Pedro V, 76A, em Lisboa, Portugal ou creando uma conta em www.operator11.com, o qual utilizaremos para a nossa tentativa de fazer um stream audiovisual ao vivo. Estaremos presentes a partir da 1:30 da manha, horario de Lisboa (GMT) sob o nome de “monkeyfish”.

Para mais detalhes sobre este evento, por favor visite o nosso site:
www.visual-agency.net/abertura

Conceito: RogueWaves Inc (http://roguewaves.net)
Web Design: Visual Agency (www.visual-agency.net)
Patrocinadores: O Funicular Bar, O Seculo Centro Cultural (www.oseculo.com) e Ouve (www.ouve.net)


EVENT

Video Art Curating In A Less Than An Hour


Dates:
Mon Jun 11, 2007 00:00 - Mon Jun 11, 2007

Curated by Anthony Lizard

Today, at 17:00 GMT inside Foo Mocha (Falmouth Museum of Contemporary Art), media art curator Anthony Lizard will present the first in a series of hit and run video art exhibitions under the title "Video Art Curating In A Less Than An Hour."

The exhibition will take place at Woodlane and feature the following artists and works:

The Books
"Excerpts from Playall"

Mark Amerika
"Autohallucination #1"

Rick Silva
"Rough Mix"

DJRABBI
"Society of the Spectacle (A Digital Remix)"
(This copy of SOS has been generously loaned to the museum by VJ Bolter)

This exhibition will run for approximately 40 minutes.


OPPORTUNITY

second call for papers


Deadline:
Tue Aug 01, 2006 03:52

You might have already heard of, or even already be a
contributor to, the VJ Theory project.
If you haven't then the project falls into two areas:
samples of work from the forthcoming book and the
project/community which lives at:

vjtheory.net

This project intends to develop a community actively
discussing and reflecting on philosophy and theory
related with Vjing and realtime interaction.

It is apparent, during workshops and discussions at
Festivals and symposia, that practitioners of both
VJing and Interactive Installations will quickly move
on from problems with the practicalities of production
to more complex ideas of how and why the process has,
for example, significance for the viewer.

There is a lack of written texts on the philosophies
and theories related with VJing and realtime
interaction.

This project and the associated book, aim to bring
together work by some of the foremost practitioners
and academics in the field.

We aim to produce a body of work which, for the first
time, will address these theoretical issues and place
the practices of VJing and Interactive Installation,
into a useful context.

Although we have received an excellent response in
contributions for the book, there are also areas that,
we as editors, feel need to be developed more.

Areas we still need material:

Politics (activism, guerrilla, community focused
realtime interaction and performance)
Intellectual property
DIY culture
Realtime interaction and performance as developing
tools (pd/GEM/Arduino or MAX/MSP/Jitter as used in
performance programming for example)
Body

If you know of any text which address these areas in
relation to realtime interaction (either published or
not) then please let us know.

We also welcome other contributions you might have to
the content of the web site

We are accepting full texts, between 3000 and 5000
words.
Deadline for submissions: 31st August