jcates
Since 2008

BIO
jonCates makes, organizes and teaches experimental New Media Art. His projects have been presented internationally at various events in locations such as Beijing, Madrid and Mexico City; nationally in Chicago, New York and Boston and are widely distributed online. Art Games, experimental Machinima, Computer Witchcraft, digitalPunk and Noise music are some of the unstable categories that his work playfully moves through.
Discussions (21) Opportunities (9) Events (39) Jobs (0)
EVENT

NOW LIVE on NUMBERS.FM -> Entro Emcee!


Dates:
Sun Nov 20, 2011 18:23 - Sun Nov 20, 2011

Location:
Chicago, Illinois
United States of America

Entro, formerly known as Kid Entropy is a Chicago based emcee, writer, producer, and dj. NOVEMBER 20 Entro intro’s his HARSHED NEON styles to NUMBERS.FM on this, our 1rst broadcast with this prolific genre-defying artist:
HTTP://NUMBERS.FM
NOVEMBER 20 2011
6:23 PM CST

MORE on Entro Emcee is @ the following:
http://soundcloud.com/entroemcee/
http://entroemcee.com/wp/

NUMBERS.FM is run by Jake Elliott and jonCates who also run Southbridge Slow Electronics: http://slowelectronics.com

NUMBERS.FM believes in open sorcery as a form of computer witchcraft, making all the code available here for the playlist/archive tools & also for the site if/when it
becomes complex enough to be a django siteinstead of flat html: https://github.com/jakevsrobots/NUMBERS.FM


EVENT

Lindsay Howard! NOV 4 @ SAIC in CHI IL USA


Dates:
Fri Nov 04, 2011 16:15 - Fri Nov 04, 2011

Location:
Chicago, Illinois
United States of America

Lindsay Howard! in person
Director of 319 SCHOLES
ROOM 315 on the 3rd FL of the 112 S. Michigan Building
NOV 4 2011
4:30 PM
FREE
Lindsay Howard, contemporary New Media Art curator, is the Director of 319 SCHOLES in NYC. 319 SCHOLES is one of the most important young spaces for New Media Art now in NYC. Her recent curatorial work includes the exhibition DUMP IRL, the AWARENESS OF EVERYTHING (part of the international SPEED SHOW series/platform) and Wallpapers, an exhibition by New Media Artists Nicolas Sassoon and Sara Ludy (a recent alum of FVNMA and SAIC). Howard will discuss these and other curatorial experiences, giving examples of recent projects in order to open a conversation on curating New Media Art:
http://lindsayhoward.net
The Eye & Ear Cinic is a free film series, open to the public, run by graduate students at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Works screened include films from the Flaxman Library Archive, works by students and school faculty, and selections from the Video Data Bank, as well as aquisitions from outside sources. Screenings take place at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago:
http://eyeandearclinic.net
The Eye & Ear Clinic is made possible by the Dean's  Office, Student Associations and the Department of Film, Video, New Media and Animation:
http://vimeo.com/channels/saicfvnma


EVENT

TONITE! Paul Hertz @ dorkbot Chicago @ ENEMY: bit.ly/d5KD3Y


Dates:
Thu Oct 27, 2011 19:00 - Thu Oct 27, 2011

Location:
Chicago, United States of America

TONITE! Paul Hertz @ dorkbot Chicago @ ENEMY: bit.ly/d5KD3Y
7 PM
FREE
CHICAGO
http://www.enemysound.com


DISCUSSION

BYOB Chicago: jonCates, Digital Arts Collector - jonCates (2011)


BYOB Chicago: jonCates, Digital Arts Collector - jonCates (2011)

TITLE: jonCates, Digital Arts Collector
ARTIST: jonCates
MEDIUM: Business Cards, Sobriety, Self-Projection through conversations
DATE: 2011/10/18TIME: 7 - 8 PM
SITE: Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
CONTEXT: BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) Chicago: http://www.byobworldwide.com
DESCRIPTION/DOCUMENTATION: http://bit.ly/BYOBCHIMCA

EVENT

STEINA! realtime performance TONITE!


Dates:
Thu Oct 13, 2011 18:00 - Thu Oct 13, 2011

Location:
Chicago, Illinois
United States of America

STEINA!
TONITE Thursday, October 13, 6:00 pm
Steina Vasulka in person! Live performance!
A major figure in the histories of video and electronic art, Steina Vasulka has continually expanded the possibilities of multimedia with her groundbreaking innovations.  Trained as a classical violinist in Iceland, Steina turned to video after moving to New York City in the mid-1960s. Her distinctly musical experiments with the electronic signal, including her real-time performances and development of early video synthesizers, reverberate throughout historical and contemporary art practice. Steina’s recent projects continue this pioneering approach, as her dynamic environments of digitally manipulated visual and acoustic landscapes have been installed around the world.  This evening, Steina presents a collection of both classic early pieces and newer works, discusses her interest in electronic media, and performs a stirring, not-to-be-missed interpretation of her seminal performance piece, Violin Power (1974-78/1992 – present). Steina Vasulka, 1970-2011, USA, multiple formats, ca. 75 min plus discussion.
STEINA VASULKA (b. 1940, Reykjavik, Iceland) is a major figure in the history of electronic and media art. She emigrated to the United States in 1965 after marrying Woody Vasulka. Together, they have significantly contributed to the aesthetic, theoretical, and institutional framework for electronic art, founding The Kitchen with Andreas Mannik in 1971, contributing to the development of the video art program at the Whitney Museum in the early 1970s, collaborating with Geoffry Schier to build one of the first real-time, computer-controlled video processors, and developing an open source, online archive from their personal papers at vasulka.org. Steina is the recipient of numerous awards, including a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship, a National Endowment for the Arts Visual Art Fellowship, an American Film Institute Maya Deren Award, and the Siemens Media Art Prize in Germany. Her work has been screened, installed or performed at festivals and arts institutions in the U.S. and internationally, including at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France; The Kitchen, New York, NY; the Whitney Biennial at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY; the Media Festival S’Hertogenbosch, Netherlands; and the L’immagine Electronica Festival, Italy. She currently resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico:
http://www.vasulka.org/
ABOUT
Conversations at the Edge (CATE) is a weekly series of screenings, artist talks, and performances by some of the most compelling media artists of yesterday and today.CATE is organized by the School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Department of Film, Video, and New Media in collaboration with the Gene Siskel Film Center and the Video Data Bank.Programs take place Thursdays at 6pm at the Gene Siskel Film Center (164 N. State / Chicago, IL / 312-846-2600), unless otherwise noted:
http://www.siskelfilmcenter.org/cate