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EVENT

In-Site Toronto


Dates:
Wed Mar 31, 2010 00:00 - Wed Mar 31, 2010

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Produced by Year Zero One and curated by Michelle Kasprzak, In-Site Toronto is a series of newly commissioned work presented on the portal pages of several wireless internet hotspots in the Wireless Toronto network. Artists Dave Dyment, Swintak, Jeremy Bailey, Fedora Romita, Willy Le Maitre and Brian Joseph Davis have created works that will be automatically displayed when users log in to their Wireless Toronto user account at designated hotspots.

The launch of the project will take place on March 31, 2010, at the El Mocambo (464 Spadina Ave, Toronto), in association with Spacing’s spring 2010 issue release party. Wednesday, March 31, 8pm-12am. Admission is $10 (gets you a new mag), or $5 for Spacing subscribers.


OPPORTUNITY

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Deadline:
Fri Dec 01, 2006 00:00

TERMINAL01 :: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Year Zero One is seeking submissions for Terminal01 (T01), an
interactive networked art exhibition to be launched at Toronto
Pearson International Airport in the spring of 2007. T01 will consist
of a custom made kiosk housing a touch-sensitive screen, an audio-
video output, an embedded web camera, sensors and projection screen.
Artists are invited to create site-responsive computer generated work
based on their experience and interpretation of air travel environs,
mobility, flight data, airports and networked communities. Emphasis
will be given to works with a generative component or works dealing
directly with themes relevant to travel (space-time). Deadline for
submissions is December 1st, 2006. Artist fees paid. T01 is curated
by Michael Alstad and David Jhave Johnston. For more info and online
entry form please visit: http://www.year01.com/terminal01/submit.html

Year Zero One gratefully acknowledges the Canada Council for the Arts
and the Greater Toronto Airports Authority for their support of
Terminal01.



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YEAR ZERO ONE is an artist run site which operates as a network for
the dissemination of digital culture and new media through web based
exhibitions, site-specific public art projects, an extensive media
arts directory and blog.
http://www.year01.com
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EVENT

TRANSMEDIA :29:59 - January


Dates:
Sun Jan 01, 2006 00:00 - Mon Jan 02, 2006

TRANSMEDIA :29:59
+media art in public urban space+
http://www.year01.com/transmedia2959

January 1 - 31th, 2006:
29th minute: Christopher Meerdo - 'Backyards (Chicago)'
59th minute: Donna Szoke + Isabelle Noel - 'like'
Yonge-Dundas Square, Toronto

Year Zero One is pleased to present TRANSMEDIA :29:59, a year long
exhibition on the pedestrian level video billboard at Yonge-Dundas
Square in downtown Toronto. Launched August 1st 2005, TRANSMEDIA :
29:59 features one minute video works 24/7 every half hour on the
29th and 59th minutes.

Featured for the month of January is Donna Szoke + Isabelle Noel's =

'like' and Christopher Meerdo's 'Backyards (Chicago)'.

Christopher Meerdo's Backyards (Chicago) is a tribute to the urban
backyard. Constructed by photographing thousands of sidewalk weeds,
the piece reflects the flattening of experience and comments on
collective urban neuroses.

Donna Szoke + Isabelle Noel's like is a slow, meditative work that =

explores the visceral nature of complex emotions such as love


EVENT

TRANSMEDIA :29:59


Dates:
Wed Aug 03, 2005 00:00 - Thu Jul 28, 2005

TRANSMEDIA :29:59
media art in public urban space
http://www.year01.com/transmedia2959

August 1 - 31st, 2005
29th minute: Manu Luksch - 'Movie Stars'
59th minute: Jillian Mcdonald - 'Screen Kiss'

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Launch event: August 3rd, 8-10pm: vjs fluid & faux amie - music by cyan & naw!
Dundas Square - Yonge & Dundas Street, Toronto
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Year Zero One is pleased to announce the launch of TRANSMEDIA :29:59, a year long programme on the pedestrian level video billboard at Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto. Beginning August 1st 2005, one minute video works will be broadcast 24/7 every half hour on the 29th and 59th minutes. Featured for the month of August is Jillian Mcdonald's 'Screen Kiss' & Manu Luksch's 'Movie Stars'.

Jillian Mcdonald's 'Screen Kiss' is a web project/video featuring several popular actors including Daniel Day Lewis, Vincent Gallo, Johnny Depp, and Angelina Jolie. Macdonald inserts herself into existing film scenes as stand-in for the actresses being kissed by or engaged in other gestures of romance with these actors.This work has received funding support from Soil Digital Media Suite at Neutral Ground Gallery and The Canada Council for the Arts, New Media Commissioning program.

Manu Luksch's 'Movie Stars' was shot a remote beach in Thailand where Chris and Anthony trained hundreds of starfish to move in a synchronized manner. The starfish execute a formation dance reminiscent of the glamourous choreography by Berkeley Busby for Hollywood movies of the 1930s. MOVIE STARS is an unedited, unprocessed real-time documentation of a starfish performance; the film's length is dictated by the creatures' limited short-term memory for movement.

Join us in the square on August 3rd at 8pm for a 2 hour opening launch performance at Yonge-Dundas Square with vjs fluid & faux amie + music by cyan & naw.

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YEAR ZERO ONE is an on-line artist run centre which operates as a
network for the dissemination of digital culture and new media through
web based exhibitions, site-specific public art projects, an extensive
media arts directory and the Year01 Forum.
http://www.year01.com
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OPPORTUNITY

TRANSMEDIA :29:59


Deadline:
Tue Jun 14, 2005 18:34

TRANSMEDIA :29:59
http://www.year01.com/transmedia2959/

Year Zero One has extended its deadline for submissions to TRANSMEDIA :29:59, an ongoing programme of media art displayed on the pedestrian level video billboard at Dundas Square in downtown Toronto. Beginning July 1st 2005, one minute video works will be broadcast 24/7 every half hour on the 29th and 59th minutes.

Year Zero One accepts video submissions from both emerging and established media artists. Preference will be given to works that respond to the site and its position in a high traffic (pedestrians and vehicles) public location. Two artists will be featured each month. Proposals for real-time streamed video, live networked art and collaborative projects will be considered. Artists fees paid. Send URL submissions to info(at)year01.com

deadline for submissions: September 1st, 2005

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YEAR ZERO ONE is an on-line artist run centre which operates as a network for the dissemination of digital culture and new media through web based exhibitions, site-specific public art projects, an extensive media arts directory and the Year01 Forum.
http://www.year01.com
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