BIO
Antonio Roberts is a British digital artist whose artwork focuses on the errors and glitches generated by digital technology. Many people would simply discard such artefacts but Antonio preserves these errors and displays them as art. With his roots in free culture he develops his techniques using open source and freely available software and shares his knowledge through the development of software.
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EVENT

Creative Code #1: Pure Data Patching Circle


Dates:
Mon Mar 16, 2015 18:00 - Mon Apr 27, 2015

Location:
Birmingham, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

A new ‘Patching Circle’ on creative code designed and run by artists, for artists. A Patching Circle is an informal gathering of anyone who is interested in patching languages such as Pure Data, Max/MSP, vvvv, and Quartz Composer.

As well as covering the basics of Pure Data, we’ll also offer peer-to-peer support for more experienced users and help with specific projects.

Artist Antonio Roberts leads the Creative Code #1 series on Pure Data. Absolute beginners and experienced patchers are welcome. The event is free and open to everyone – work on personal or professional projects, school work, or just patch quietly to yourself in a room full of other people patching patches and helping other people patch.

The patching circle is free and runs from 18:00-21:00 on the following dates:



    EVENT

    Ways of Something


    Dates:
    Thu Mar 12, 2015 18:30 - Thu Mar 12, 2015

    Location:
    Birmingham, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

    85 artists, one minute at a time...
    Join us for the Birmingham premiere of episodes 1 & 2 (2014) and 3 (2015) of Ways of Something: a contemporary remake of John Berger’s classic BBC documentary, ‘Ways of Seeing’ (1972). The new work consists of one-minute videos by 85 web-based artists. The original audio track is retained, disrupted by an exuberant series of 60-second artworks contributed by artists working with 3D rendering, GIFs, film remixes and webcam performances.

    The screening will be followed by a discussion with artist Lorna Mills (via Skype), Dr Richard Clay, Senior Lecturer in History of Art at University of Birmingham and contributing artist Antonio Roberts (UK).

    ‘Ways of Something’ marks the official launch of Vivid Projects’ new programme RADICAL NETWORKS, bringing you aesthetic disruption and questioning of the moving image, ethics and digital legacies.
    All are welcome to join us after the discussion for drinks to celebrate the start of our 2015 programme.

    This is a FREE event, but booking is strongly recommended to reserve your place.

    ‘Ways of Something’ was commissioned by The One Minutes, at the Sandberg Instituut in Amsterdam and compiled by Lorna Mills.


    EVENT

    uChip 3


    Dates:
    Thu Mar 19, 2015 12:00 - Sat Mar 21, 2015

    Location:
    Birmingham, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

    µChip comes to Birmingham for a 3-day event celebrating Chiptune music, digital art, hacking, modified hardware and unconventional approaches to making music and visual art.

    µChip 3 will feature hands-on hacking workshops and demos alongside an exhibition of vintage computers, digital art, video screenings, and performances from a range of local, national and international Chiptune musicians. The ambition is to inspire and empower participants of all ages to engage with creative media in new and unconventional ways.

    Thursday 19 March | 12:00 - late:

    12:00 – 14:00

    WORKSHOP: Antonio Roberts/Hellocatfood will lead participants on a journey through source code hacking and glitch art. Open to all ages, no prior experience necessary.

    Admission £5, capacity limited - book to reserve your place.

    WORKSHOP: Sam Wray/2xAA will teach participants how to use LSDJ Game boy software to make electronic music.

    Admission £5, capacity limited - book to reserve your place.

    18:30 – 22:30

    Join us for an evening of performances from leading Chiptune artists including Sabrepulse, gwEm, Ultrasyd, Mizkai, Shirobon, Infotoxin and Alex Paulee Juno

    Visuals by bitrituals, LazerSausage and Sebastian Lenton.

    8Bit Lounge presents retro 16bit games consoles including SNES, Megadrive, Master System, and Commodore 64.

    Admission £5, book to reserve your place.

    Friday 20 March | 18:30 - LATE

    Vivid Projects and µChip presents the Birmingham premiere of Javier Polo’s 2013 documentary Europe in 8 Bits at The Old Joint Stock (4 Temple Row West, B2 5NY) as part of Flatpack Film Festival.

    In situ throughout will be a selection of retro and vintage computers and commissioned artworks inspired by Chiptune plus Leon Trimble's 8-Bit Lounge retro games consoles for visitors of all ages to play.

    Saturday 21 March | 12:00 – 17:00

    Don’t miss your last chance to see the µChip3 exhibition of vintage computers, digital art, video screenings at Vivid Projects.

    Admission free, no booking required.

    See www.vividprojects.org.uk for full timetable and booking details.

    µChip 3 is supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.


    OPPORTUNITY

    BYOB Stony Brook


    Deadline:
    Tue Mar 04, 2014 22:00

    Location:
    Stony Brook, New York
    United States of America

    BYOB Stony Brook
    03/04/14

    You are invited to join us for the first Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB) at Stony Brook University. Taking part is easy: just bring your beamer (digital projector) and something to be screened!

    BYOB is a series of one-night exhibitions where artists are invited to bring their own beamers and explore the medium of projection by creating a collaborative happening of moving light, sound and performance. On March 4th from 22:00 onwards we will fill Union Ballroom and University Cafe at Stony Brook University with artists, each of them armed with their own beamer.

    The simple terms and guidelines:

    • RSVP to antonio@hellocatfood.com in order to secure a spot.
    • Open to anyone, including those outside the university.
    • Bring your own beamer/projector, video playback device and extension cord.
    • We can provide power sockets and some extension cables.
    • Find your own spot on the day.
    • Use any surface to beam on, including ceilings and floors.
    • Places allocated on a first come, first served basis.
    • Participants are welcome to set up at University Ballroom and Cafe from 5pm.
    • Participants are responsible for the safety of their own equipment.
    • All ages welcome in the University Ballroom, but ages 21+ allowed in the University Cafe[/list]

    We will have a limited amount of beamers that can be booked on the night. Please get in contact if you need one. These will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

    BYOB is an idea by Rafaël Rozendaal. BYOB Stony Brook is curated by Antonio Roberts as part of fGlitch.


    OPPORTUNITY

    BYOB Birmingham 2013


    Deadline:
    Tue Oct 29, 2013 23:59

    Location:
    Birmingham, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

    FRIDAY 29 NOVEMBER | 7PM – LATE
    Revolution 33 // Bring Your Own Beamer


    Vivid Projects’ acclaimed 33 REVOLUTIONS programme concludes this winter with Bring Your Own Beamer, a one-night event curated by Antonio Roberts

    Armed with projectors, artists are invited to beam responses to Vivid Projects' eight-month opening season, 33 REVOLUTIONS, throughout the space. Walls, floor, ceiling: all available.

    Launched in February 2013, 33 REVOLUTIONS asks the question, can art and popular culture act as a catalyst for social change? The programme has taken audiences on a journey through film, print, performance and song, celebrating personal acts of protest and resistance from the anti-institutional spirit of 1960s-70s Britain through Riot Grrrl and radical black politics right up to the simmering Arab Spring and Occupy!

    Thought provoking encounters between new works and
    archive from have addressed ways in which filmmakers and artists from a diverse range of cultural situations and societies have protested. For details on the full programme visit: www.vividprojects.org.uk

    You can bring your own beamer too - if you would like to make a response to 33 Revolutions and you have a projector, please fill in the form here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1T-VQVyimx8q6yLux3eawYgd5hXjVGpqDavP_kycr2BY/

    Deadline is Tuesday 29th October at 23:59. If you're successful we'll let you know soon after the deadline!

    For further information about taking part please email byobbirmingham@gmail.com

    Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB) is an international series of one-night exhibitions inviting artists, armed with films and projectors, to convene and explore the art of projection in an immersive environment of moving light, sound and performance. BYOB is an idea originally conceived by Berlin-based artist Rafael Rozendaal.