Kate Southworth
Since the beginning
Works in Cornwall United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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BIO
glorious ninth (http://www.gloriousninth.net) is a collaboration between artists Kate Southworth and Patrick Simons. They make artworks and DIY installations for galleries, online and other places. Recent works have started to explore the use of protocol as a medium. Kate Southworth is research leader of the iRes research cluster in Network Art at University College Falmouth (http://www.ires.org.uk).
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DISCUSSION

Cultural_Capital


Drawing parallels between the use of bacteria and culture in traditional breadmaking and the self-organising and generative condition of network art, Cultural_Capital is a transformational artwork in which a sour-dough starter is created and grown in the gallery; cared for by the curators.

Cultural_Capital is currently being cared for by Beryl.

http://cc.gloriousninth.net


EVENT

(IN)visible networks


Dates:
Wed Sep 03, 2008 00:00 - Wed Sep 03, 2008

Location:
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

If anyone is in Cornwall tonight - Wednesday 3rd September - then you’re very welcome to join us at the Spring Gallery, The Poly in Falmouth from 7.00pm-10.00pm for the opening event of the (IN)visible networks exhibition (http://www.ires.org.uk/events/invnet.php)

(IN)visible networks draws attention to different political, ethical and aesthetic strategies used by artists to expose the conditions and creative possibilities of network culture. Artists in this exhibition use ritual, sampling, real-time collaboration, reading, wikis, trans narratives, DIY installations and discussion to devise, facilitate and nurture social platforms.

Featuring:
Basekamp
Furtherfield.org
glorious ninth (Kate Southworth and Patrick Simons)
Sönke Hallman
Dominic Thomas


(IN)visible networks is curated by Kate Southworth and Magda Tyzlik-Carver.

The exhibition is part of the international conference Networks of Design (http://www.networksofdesign.co.uk/conference.htm) and runs until 5th September.


EVENT

Media Matters: Friedrich Kittler and Technoculture


Dates:
Fri Jun 27, 2008 00:00 - Mon May 19, 2008

Media Matters: Friedrich Kittler and Technoculture

Friday 27 June 2008, 18.30-21.00
Saturday 28 June 2008, 10.30-17.45
Saturday 28 June 2008, 19.00-20.45

Friedrich Kittler has been hailed as the 'Derrida of the digital age' and his work is indispensable to anyone thinking about technoculture. This landmark event brings one of today's foremost philosophers of media to Tate Modern for an unmissable opportunity to examine the relationship between culture and technology with a range of leading thinkers and practitioners. For anyone interested in our complex interactions with the technologies that surround us this event is essential, while for those unfamiliar with Kittler it presents an opportunity to discover the work of the leading figure in the flourishing area of German media theory.

Media Matters is a two-day series of events that comprises:

A keynote lecture and performance by Friedrich Kittler with Joulia Strauss and Martin Carlé: 'Preparing the Arrival of the Gods'.

A symposium featuring leading thinkers in the fields of cultural theory, film and the arts.

Speakers include Caroline Bassett, Steven Connor, Alex Galloway, Mark Hansen, John D. Peters and Pam Thurschwell. Plus a Q+A with Friedrich Kittler and Anthony Moore.


'Gramophones, Films, Typewriters': audio, video and text works by ten international artists including Julian Rosefeldt, Dexter Sinister, Janice Kerbel, the Chadwijks and Jarrod Fowler. Curated by Seth Kim-Cohen.

In collaboration with the London Consortium
With additional support from Birkbeck, Goethe-Institut and iRes Research in Interactive Art & Design at University College Falmouth


Tate Modern Starr Auditorium
£32 (£24 concessions), booking required. Tickets are also available for the individual events.
For tickets book online <http://www.tate.org.uk/tickets/
or call 020 7887 8888.


EVENT

invisibility phial: dead scene scrollworks #1


Dates:
Mon Jan 28, 2008 00:00 - Mon Jan 28, 2008

Location:
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

a new artwork from glorious ninth


DISCUSSION

student video work from Leeds


Michael, some excellent work on show here from your students. And I very much like the way that you've opened up the work for comments - hope to see more work soon.

l,
k.

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Kate Southworth
iRes Research Cluster Leader
University College Falmouth
Woodlane Campus, Falmouth TR11 4RH
Cornwall, UK

t. +44(0)1326 370733
e. kate.southworth@falmouth.ac.uk
w. http://www.ires.org.uk
w. http://www.gloriousninth.net

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-list@rhizome.org on behalf of Michael Szpakowski
Sent: Tue 12/11/2007 11:50 PM
To: netbehaviour; rhizome; videoblogging; webartery@yahoogroups.com
Subject: RHIZOME_RAW: student video work from Leeds

Hi
a number of people from these various lists have
already done this, for which many thanks, but if
anyone else feels they might be interested please
check out the video work by Leeds College of Art
students at:

http://www.leedsvlog.org/vlog

& perhaps leave the odd comment. The students'
deadline is tomorrow 2pm GMT. Praise is great,
measured criticism also, brutality obviously not a
useful educational tool :)
cheers
michael
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