BIO
Jeremy Bailey is a Toronto-based Famous New Media Artist whose work explores custom software in a performative context. His work is often confidently self-deprecating in offering hilarious parodies of new media vocabularies." (Marisa Olson, Rhizome) Recent projects include performances for Rhizome's Seven on Seven, Transmediale, the Stedelijk Museum, FACT, the Tate Liverpool and the New Museum in New York. For more visit jeremybailey.net
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EVENT

Yo Sniff This - Thursday March 29, 2007, 7 pm


Dates:
Thu Mar 29, 2007 00:00 - Mon Mar 26, 2007

Yo Sniff This
Thursday March 29, 2007, 7 pm
InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre
9 Ossington Ave, Toronto
FREE!

PORTAGE - Ontario College of Art & Design's first major locative technology research project - in partnership with InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre, invite you to an evening of discussion concerning the use of wireless internet technologies {WiFi} by artists.

Joining us are:

Carlos J. Gomez de Llarena
New York City Architect turned interaction designer and winner of Ars Electronica's Net Vision Award. He is a locative artist/blogger working in installation, video, sound, wireless networks, and programming.

Gabe Sawhney
Toronto hacker working at the edges of code and culture. He is the co-founder of Wireless Toronto, a community group offering free-to-use hotspots in publicly-accessible spaces in the city.

InterAccess Info: http://www.interaccess.org | 416-599-7206
OCAD Info: http://www.ocad.ca | 416-977-6000


EVENT

Call For Entries - SparkVideo Syracuse NY


Dates:
Fri Nov 26, 2004 00:00 - Sun Nov 07, 2004

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SPARKVIDEO CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
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ABOUT SPARKVIDEO:
With the implementation of a monthly video series in 2001, Spark Contemporary Art Space emerged as the leading venue for Video Art in Syracuse, New York. In 2003 Spark expanded, adding a second venue in Beacon, New York and this season we have expanded again, opening a third venue in London Canada. For our current programming year, each monthly event will consist of one SPARK VIDEO INTERNATIONAL program and one program of community based video known as SPARK HOME VIDEO .The result is a monthly series that supports local exhibition, stimulates community through International exhibition and curatorial collaboration, and provides a new audience for artists living all over the world.

DEADLINE:
Ongoing - earlier entries will be given preference due to time restraints. We are seeking work for our 2004-2005 programming year and will be until April 1st, 2005.

GUIDELINES:
Videos should be short -- under 15.00 minutes. All types of independent/non-commercial work is accepted: experimental, documentary, narrative, non-narrative, controversial, political, personal, sexual, etc... Commercial productions and Music Videos need not apply. International and Domestic submissions are encouraged.

FORMATS ACCEPTED:
VHS (NTSC and PAL), DVD(NTSC), MiniDV or DVCAM (NTSC Only), 8/Hi8/Digital 8(NTSC Only). Please include: Synopsis, Bio, CV and Contact Information, please also indicate whether you'd like to be considered for inclusion on our DVD publications. SASE required for tape return. Otherwise, all submissions will be added to the Spark Contemporary Art Space Video Library for possible inclusion in future curatorial projects. Artists will be contacted for permission prior to having their work included in other programs. Unfortunately, Artist Fees cannot be paid at this time.

THERE ARE NO OFFICIAL ENTRY FORMS OR ENTRY FEES.

SEND ALL MATERIALS TO:

Jeremy Bailey
c/o Department of Art Media Studies
Syracuse University
102 Shaffer Art Building
Syracuse, NY 13244-1210

SparkVideo is now available on DVD. To purchase DVD programs or for more information about submissions or other inquiries,
please email: spark@640480.com
or visit our website:


DISCUSSION

640 480's 2nd Annual Video Valentine Project


640 480's 2nd Annual Video Valentine Project. Sixteen video artists from Toronto, New York, London, Syracuse and Richmond have each created 30-second pieces for you to enjoy and send as e-cards. Share the video, share the love.

http://www.640480.com/valentine/

Featuring new work by:

Jeremy Bailey - Syracuse, NY
Shanan Kurtz - New York, NY
Gareth Long - Toronto, Canada
Jillian Locke - Toronto, Canada
David Politzer - Syracuse, NY
Philip Lee - London, UK
Ryan Mulligan - Richmond, VA
Richard Walker - London, UK
Jennifer Sullivan - New York, NY
Will Munro and Jeremy Laing - Toronto, Canada
Stephanie Comilang & Kevin Hegge - Toronto, Canada
Patrick Borjal - Toronto, Canada
Emelie Chhangur - Toronto, Canada
Matt Crookshank - Toronto, Canada

The 640 480 (six-forty four-eighty) Video Collective was conceived in 2001 as a platform for creating and curating new collaborative video and installation works. For more info please visit www.640480.com.

Heartless romantics, hot lovers, 'just' friends