kanarinka akanarinak
Since the beginning
Works in Waltham, Massachusetts United States of America

kanarinka, a.k.a. Catherine D’Ignazio, is an artist and educator. Her artwork is participatory and distributed – a single project might take place online, in the street and in a gallery, and involve multiple audiences participating in different ways for different reasons. Her practice is collaborative even when she says it’s not. Her artwork has been exhibited at the ICA Boston, Eyebeam, MASSMoCA, and the Western Front among other locations.

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eXtreme Summer at Art Interactive

Art Interactive Presents....THE SUMMER X GAMES EVENT SERIES

Attend a summer of eXtreme VJs, eXtreme DJs, eXperimental film, music
and performance art.

Join us EVERY FRIDAY starting eXtremely soon: this FRIDAY, JULY 8th
with Performers-in-Residence sosolimited.


Friday, July 8: sosolimited presents SOSOLEMONADE
An electrocinematic remix of radical summertime flicks. A party
complete with live electrobreakbeats and freshly squeezed DJ passions.
9p-12a, suggested donation: $5

Friday, July 15 - closed, no event -

Friday, July 22: Choice Cuts
Bumping DJ soundtrack with experimental video and film.
Artists include Julie Miller, Karen Schiff, Andrew Shay & Jonathan
Colon, Amy Spiker, N. Brynolfson, Abigail Satinksky and more. 9p-12a,
suggested donation: $7

Friday, July 29: Psylab
The most versatile live electronic band in Boston! Progressive house,


AI seeks Director of Development

Tue Jul 05, 2005 12:39


+++ Please forward far and wide +++


Art Interactive is pleased to announce that we are seeking a Director
of Development.

Art Interactive, an innovative non-profit exhibition space in
Cambridge, MA is seeking an energetic, creative individual to oversee
fundraising and management of finances. In this high profile position,
which reports directly to the board of directors, you will be
responsible for applying for grants from relevant foundations,
businesses, and other sources, as well as soliciting sponsorships from
area businesses. You will work with the Gallery Director and Board of
Directors to create contacts and nurture relationships with potential
private donors, hold one or more fundraiser events, and communicate the
goals and vision of Art Interactive to other organizations. In addition
to fundraising, you will manage day-to-day finances as well as long
term budgetary planning for the organization. Finally, you will recruit
and oversee interns and volunteers as required to fulfill your
responsibilities, and provide oversight of the office environment.

This is a full time position without health benefits, and with three
weeks paid vacation. Starting compensation will be $25K per year with
growth potential based on success in fundraising as well as positive
results in the responsibilities listed above. For more information on
Art Interactive, please visit our website at www.artinteractive.org.

Qualification: Minimum Masters degree in arts, administration, or
related creative field and experience in development. Must have
excellent written and verbal skills. Pluses include demonstrated skills
in fundraising, donor solicitation, database management, and
coordination of interns and volunteers to meet designated goals.
Additional pluses include demonstrated skills with database management.

How to apply:
Please send an email cover letter with attached resume to:
No phone calls, please.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the
position is filled. Due to staff constraints, acknowledgment of resumes
will not be sent. We will contact candidates whose qualifications best
fit our needs.


TOMORROW ONLY: Corporate Commands @ Space 200 + Performance: Enjoy Them All

TOMORROW ONLY: Corporate Commands @ Space 200, Boston, MA +
Performance: Enjoy Them All

Please join us this Friday evening, April 29th, at Space 200 from
6-9PM, at an opening reception for the research project "Corporate
Commands" by the Institute for Infinitely Small Things.

There will be a performance of "ENJOY THEM ALL" (The Gap) around 7:30PM
at a Gap around the corner.

The reception will also feature a special appearance by DJ Donna Parker.

This event is free and open to the public.

Due to some unforeseen circumstances this will be the ONLY CHANCE to
see the show so bring your entire extended families, pets, friends,
neighbors, enemies and random people you meet on the way.

Space 200 is located at Marketplace Center,
200 State Street, Boston, MA - Ground floor.

Space 200 is easily accessible via the MBTA.
Take the Blue Line to Aquarium, and exit on the State street side of
the station Space 200 is also a short walk from the State Street,
Orange Line station.

For more info about this exhibit please visit

This exhibit is part of the 2005 Boston Cyber Arts Festival

A Research Project By The Institute For Infinitely Small Things

Friday, April 29th, 2005, 6-9PM

Senior Researcher, The Institute for Infinitely Small Things
Ph: 617-501-6538
Email: info@ikatun.com

The average person sees over 8000 discrete advertising messages each
day. Many of these messages are CORPORATE COMMANDS - instructions to
the consumer in the imperative: "JUST DO IT", "GRAB LIFE BY THE HORNS",

What if we actually DID what the corporate commands told us to do in
the LOCATION where they told us to do it?

This is the subject of the latest research project by The INSTITUTE FOR
INFINITELY SMALL THINGS, a Boston-based research organization. Members
of the public are invited to participate in the Institute's research at
Space 200 during the Boston Cyberarts Festival.



The Institute for Infinitely Small Things is a research organization
dedicated to the creation, collection and documentation of all things
infinitely small, past, present and future. The Institute's research
projects are concerned with creating a critical cartography through
which to explore notions of political power, social controls, and
collective agency.

Corporate Commands is a research project of the Institute for
Infinitely Small Things.

The average person processes 8000 discrete advertising messages a day.
Corporate Commands, though infinitely small in their particular
instances, constitute a powerful force of social production. Their
abstract message functions at the level of the production of a future
image of oneself, future performances as oneself as thin, beautiful,
housewife, racecar driver, living on the edge, being daring, etc.
Messages have ceased to be about just "Buy Coke, It's Good" and are now
functioning to produce desires about oneself, one's lifestyle, one's
whole way of life and engagement with the world.

The Institute's research is productive, not descriptive - we do not try
to describe the world, rather we produce new events in order to test a
environment. By compiling, tabulating, concretizing and enacting
literally these commands, the Institute for Infinitely Small Things
seeks to better understand the mechanisms behind this deployment of
power and its larger cultural ramifications.


Space 200 is located at Marketplace Center,
200 State Street, Boston, MA, Ground floor.

Space 200 is easily accessible via the MBTA.
Take the Blue Line to Aquarium and exit on the State street side.

For more information please visit www.alternatecurrents.com

iKatun is a non-profit 501c3 organization of artists, researchers and
technologists based in Boston, MA, and cyberspace. iKatun supports,
creates and produces works that explore questions of communication,
information, and ideology.


[boston] FRI 6PM - 9PM: Shadow Play Opening Reception

Walk, dance, jump and play with your own shadow!

Join us tomorrow for Art Interactive's summer show, SHADOW PLAY, a solo
show featuring


Fwd: Berwick Panoply Party April 16th!

The Berwick Research Institute is a great group -- well worth
supporting if you are in the Boston Area on April 16th!


The Berwick Research Institute


Truth Serum


The Panoply

The Greatest Fun*raiser on Earth!

Come one come all to the Berwick's Panolpy Party!

Step right up to experience the daring, the dazzling,
the dumbfounding and the downright dastardliness that
will dance across our stage