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GLI.TC/H 20111 [Chicago]

Thu Nov 03, 2011 19:00 - Mon Nov 07, 2011

Chicago, Illinois
United States of America

Now in its second year, GLI.TC/H gathers a variety of participants + works + ideas from within glitch/dirty/experimental-new-media art communities into a multi-day & multi-format happening consisting of video screenings, real-time performances, workshops, lectures, panels, a gallery exhibition and on-going online components. 
Thinkers and artists; Makers and breakers converge to celebrate technological catastrophe. A glitch is a moment known to everyone but enjoyed by few. GLI.TC/H brings together those inspired/curious/provoked by glitches and provides a platform to break things, share thoughts, and develop ideas.
GLI.TC/H will include works from over 100 participants from more than a dozen countries and will be taking place in virtual-space at http://gli.tc/h and in real-space from Nov 3 - 6 in Chicago, US; Nov 11 - 13 in Amsterdam, NL; Nov 19 in Birmingham, UK.
Recent writings, works, and experiments in glitch art exemplify the potential of new-media-art to expose critical links within our (increasingly mediated) digital-culture. Last year’s conference brought a diverse and geographically scattered community together to discuss and share their works and ideas in real-time and real-space. The conversations had and connections made at GLI.TC/H 2010 have continued to develop virtually over the past year. GLI.TC/H 20111 will collate and celebrate these glitchy developments in an unstoppable multi-city event fueled by these chaotic communities and vibrant participants old and new. 
GLI.TC/H 20111 has been made possible by 146 online Kickstarter backers. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/glitch/glitc-h-20111ditdoit2gather 
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THU: Nov 3  @7pm  -- GLI.TC/H Gallery Opening @MBLABS FRI: Nov 4  @7pm  -- Real-time Performances/Executables/Events @ENEMY SAT: Nov 5  @11am -- Lectures & Performances @theNIGHTINGALE @1pm  -- Workshops @theNIGHTINGALE @6pm  -- GLI.TC/H Screening Program @theNIGHTINGALE @8pm  -- Real-time Performances/Executalbes/Events @ENEMYSUN: Nov 6  @noon -- Politics in/of Glitch [panel + open forum] @MBLABS
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FRI: Nov 11  @1pm  -- Opening + Book Release Rosa Menkman "The GLitch Moment(um)" @STEIM @2pm  -- Lectures Part I @STEIM @5pm  -- GLI.TC/H Screening Program @STEIM @7pm  -- GLI.TC/H Gallery Opening @PLANETART SAT: Nov 12  @11am -- Lectures Part II @PLANETART @1pm  -- Workshops @PLANETART  @8pm  -- Real-time Performances/Executables/Events @STEIM
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SAT: Nov 19  @12pm -- Workshops @VIVID @3pm  -- Lectures @VIVID @6pm  -- GLI.TC/H Screening @VIVID @7pm  -- Real-time Performances/Executables/Events @VIVID
For more details visit: 
http://glidottcslashh.tumblr.com/ https://www.facebook.com/glidottcslashh 


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Wed Oct 05, 2011 00:00 - Thu Oct 06, 2011

OPEN DOC: http://tinyurl.com/readerror
In keeping with bending protocol and breaking structures GLI.TC/H has opened a document to collaboratively construct/deconstruct the layout for the 20111 READER[OR]
GLI.TC/H is compiling a selection of TXTs to be output in digital static-document formats and printed on dead-trees. Writers, thinkers, and artists have encoded their thoughts, ideas, concerns, theories, philosophies, ideologies, and other txt.ecutable documents for the GLI.TC/H 2011 READER[ROR]! 
copy/paste/screen-cap/re-code/de-code/re-bug/de-bug this document between 12AM OCT 5 - 12AM OCT 6 [CDT] Our erratic, unstable, and glitchy efforts will become the stable structured DOC for the festival/gathering/conference DOC.


POWERUP! A chiptunes event to benefit PLAYPOWER

Sat Sep 10, 2011 15:00 - Sat Sep 10, 2011

Chicago, Illinois
United States of America

POWERUP! A chiptunes event to benefit PLAYPOWER
SEPT 10, 2011 3PM - ON
Nightingale Theatre–1084 N Milwaukee Ave. Chicago IL 60642
8-bit home computers are still being sold! Millions of kids in developing countries are enjoying systems that cost less than $10 and plug into a TV. PLAYPOWER wants to help kids by creating new 8-bit learning games. 8-bit artists, musicians and hackers are creating development toolkits and game design workshops. So far, we've accomplished a lot: designing, developing and field-testing games to teach typing, fun science facts, and malaria prevention-we've even got a prototype for teaching a bit of BASIC programming.
We need your help! Come out to the Nightingale for a full day of 8-bit fun!
The plan is to order 10,000 custom cartridges (loaded with our games) from the pirate 8-bit game manufacturers in China and re-sell the cartridges to wholesalers we've found in India, where they will end up in the market, reaching at least 10,000 kids. Then, *if our games are good enough*, we sit back and let the manufacturers start pirating our games and including them in the package. Bing! Bing! Bing!
3.00pm-6.00pm - 8bit game design workshop w/ no-carrier ($25)
7.30pm - Doors open for performances (Tickets $10)
8.00pm-8.30pm - 8-bit open mic
8.30pm - Audio/Visual performances
CHIPTUNES BY: Environmental Sound Collapse, Saskrotch, Kkrusty, Stagediver, Nom Star, & Ungertron
REALTIME VIDEO BY: no-carrier, jon.satrom, & E.S.C


Jon Satrom: Prepared Desktop

Sat Mar 26, 2011 20:00 - Sat Mar 26, 2011

Chicago, Illinois
United States of America

Lampo and the Graham Foundation are pleased to present Jon Satrom and his “Prepared Desktop.” By inserting Easter eggs, capitalizing on computer customization, and abusing applications, he  upgrades conventional computer programs and ordinary operating system elements to a kludgy audio/video instrument.
Tonight, Satrom performs sections of the new work in 3D. His commentary on recent cinematic upgrades?  Our attempt to confuse Madlener House with Navy Pier? You decide.
Jon Satrom is a Chicago-based dirty-new-media artist who spends his days fixing things, making things work, and educating. He spends his evenings breaking things, learning, and searching for the unique blips inherent to the systems he explores and exploits. With a background in video, sound and new-media, Satrom has strung together a collection of home-brew systems for real-time performance, which include custom video games, renegade computer scripts, obsolete display hacks and corrupt data.
The event is FREE but RSVP is required
Click here to RSVP!