Three projects for the 2006 season of artistsÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½ billboards produced by Clockshop. The participating artists are Trevor Paglen & John Emerson, Ignasi Aballi, and Nadiah Bamadhaj. Funded by the Lef Foundation and CBS Outdoor.
Trevor Paglen is an artist and geographer based in Berkeley, California. His project Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½CIA Rendition Flights 2001-2006Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½ is composed from flight data provided by the Federal...
Enter the Down with DRM video contest for a chance to win a Neuros OSD - a portable digital VCR! (Thanks jborn.)
Joining in Oct 3rd - Day Against DRM, Free Culture will select the 5 best anti-DRM video entries and award a Neuros OSD to each creator. DefectiveByDesign.org is also looking to air selected anti-DRM videos on their website during the week of October 3rd, and we want to give them a hand.
- Deadline for submissions: Sunday, October 1 at 11:59pm EDT
- Anti-DRM themed
- Video, animation, or remix
- Make it catchy — we want these videos to be viral
The Privatization of War: Colombia as Laboratory and Iraq as Large-Scale Application
A mapping project by Lize Mogel and Dario Azzellini
Gwangju Bienniale, South Korea September 8 Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½ November 11, 2006 Latin America Curated by Chris Gilbert and Cira Pascual Marquina
Commissioned for the Gwangju Biennial, this collaboration between artist Lize Mogel and writer Dario Azzellini diagrams the
THE MARISA AND BEN SHOW
Saturday, September 30
Showtimes: 7:30pm and 10pm
reservations are recommended: 718.384.1369
58 N 3rd St (btw Wythe & Kent)
Subway: L Train to Bedford
Join film festival prankster Ben Coonley and internet artist Marisa
Olson for an evening of "ubiquitous media:" PowerPoint presentation
send-ups, subversive Blogging, pro-sporting simulacra, and a host of
new media topsy-turveydom. By appropriating amateur technologies to
create innovative and amusing forms of entertainment, Ben and Marisa
give us a slice of "life as art," just maybe pointing out that the
kind of life our culture leads brings forth absurd new ways of
experiencing it. The program will consist of some never-
before-screened gems and a two-channel collaborative installation
specifically created for Monkey Town.
Launching September 14
"Allowing you to explore your neighborhood and urban environment for pollution and fossil fuel burning hotspots." :: The AIR project will launch on September 14, 2006 in Lower Manhattan at the AIR headquarters located in 125 Maiden Lane (map). Release party from 5-7pm!! The headquarters will be open daily from 12-7 pm from 9/15-21.
AIR is a public, social experiment in which people are invited to use Preemptive Media's portable air monitoring devices to explore their neighborhoods and urban environments for pollution and fossil fuel burning hotspots. Participants or "carriers" are able to see pollutant levels in their current locations, as well as simultaneously view measurements from the other AIR devices in the network. An on-board GPS unit and digital compass, combined with a database of known pollution sources such as power plants and heavy industries, allow carriers to see their distance from polluters and other AIR devices. In addition, the devices regularly transmit data to a central database allowing for real time data visualization on this website.
While AIR is designed to be a tool for individuals and groups to self identify pollution sources, it also serves as a platform to discuss energy politics and their impact on environment, health and social groups in specific regions.
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Inquiries please email Mark Cooley at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
New Media Art Program Coordinator
Green Studio Coordinator
School of Art, George Mason University
This is what you get when you add:
40 or so severely fatigued freshmen game design students
+ a cruel instructor ready to indulge in his student's childhood dreams (which in this case, are sponsored by the Disney Corporation).
+ a staged classroom battle and eventual consensus over candidates for 'remake' (close competitors included Terminator 2, Harry Potter & LOTR).
+ each student given two 15 second segments of LK to remake.
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The New Media Art program in the School of Art at George Mason University is currently accepting C.V.s for potential adjunct professor teaching positions in New Media Art beginning this fall.
Interested individuals please contact Mark Cooley - email@example.com.
Program Coordinator - New Media Art
School of Art
George Mason University