Mark Tribe
Since 2004
Works in New York, New York United States of America

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BIO
Mark Tribe is an artist whose work explores the intersection of media technology and politics. His photographs, installations, videos, and performances are exhibited widely, including recent solo projects at Momenta Art in New York, the San Diego Museum of Art, G-MK in Zagreb, and Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions. Tribe is the author of two books, The Port Huron Project: Reenactments of New Left Protest Speeches (Charta, 2010) and New Media Art (Taschen, 2006), and numerous articles. He is Chair of the MFA Fine Arts Department at School of Visual Arts in New York City. In 1996, Tribe founded Rhizome, an organization that supports the creation, presentation, preservation, and critique of emerging artistic practices that engage technology.
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EVENT

Invitation to a Happening (Port Huron Project 1: Until the Last Gun Is Silent)


Dates:
Sat Sep 16, 2006 00:00 - Wed Aug 23, 2006

Port Huron Project 1: Until the Last Gun Is Silent

A performance art event organized by Mark Tribe

Based on a speech given by Coretta Scott King at a peace march in Central Park on April 27, 1968, this event is the first in a series of remakes of historic protest speeches from 1960s and early '70s. Inspired by the Port Huron Statement, a visionary manifesto that helped launch the New Left movement in the United States, the Port Huron Project seeks to explore the role of protest speech in progressive movements, and to reanimate historic protest speeches so that they might galvanize a new generation of political activists. Each event will be staged at or near the site of the original speech, and will be documented using a range of older and newer media, from 16mm film to high-definition video. This documentation will then be distributed online as open source media and exhibited in various ways.

Free and open to the public

When: Saturday, September 16, 5-6 PM (rain date: Sunday, September 17, 5-6 PM)

Where: Mineral Springs field, just north of the Sheep Meadow at W. 69th St. in Central Park

How to get there: Take the B, C, 1, 2, or 3 subway to W 72nd Street. Enter Central Park at W. 72nd St. and follow the paved road downhill to the intersection with the main loop road, West Drive. Continue south (downtown) on West Drive about 200 meters. Mineral Springs field will be on your left, just north of the Sheep Meadow.

How to get involved: email porthuronproject@gmail.com

More information: http://www.porthuronproject.net


OPPORTUNITY

Tenure Track Position in New Genres/Video/Sound at Brown


Deadline:
Mon Aug 07, 2006 17:30

Please post or forward to interested parties

Announcement of New Genres/Video/Sound
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN VISUAL ART

TENURE TRACK POSITION


DISCUSSION

Wiki Directory of Academic Art and Technology Programs


Greetings,

In 2004, I asked Michael Naimark to write an overview of academic art and technology programs as part of a proposal I was preparing for Columbia University. I wanted something comprehensive but with a point of view. With the proliferation and growth of academic art and technology programs around the world, Michael and I decided to use this material as the seed for a wiki-based directory of academic art and technology programs. This directory is now online at:

http://www.brown.edu/Departments/MCM/nothing/index.php/ArtAndTechPgms

In its current form, the directory includes 38 art+tech programs, from the Kunsthochschule fuer Medien (Academy of Media Arts) in Cologne to the USC School of Cinema-Television Program in Interactive Media in Los Angeles. What you'll find at the above URL is only the starting point. We hope this directory will become a living resource for prospective students, faculty, and others.

If you are a faculty member, staff member, or student at one of these programs, please feel free to modify, update, or add information.

This directory is by no means comprehensive; if your program is missing, we hope you'll add it to the list!

Best regards,

Mark Tribe
Department of Modern Culture and Media
Brown University

EVENT

I Taught Myself Everything I Know: Autodidactism in New Media Art


Dates:
Sun Jan 29, 2006 00:00 - Mon Jan 23, 2006

I Taught Myself Everything I Know: Autodidactism in New Media Art

A panel discussion with Mary Flanagan, W. Bradford Paley, and Keiko Uenishi AKA o.blaat, moderated by Mark Tribe

American Folk Art Museum
45 West 53rd Street (between 5th and 6th)
New York, NY

10am, Sunday, January 29. Coffee provided!
$10 general; $5 members, seniors, students

Moderator Mark Tribe, an artist, curator, and educator whose interests lie at the intersection of emerging technologies and contemporary art, and panelists Mary Flanagan, W. Bradford Paley, and Keiko Uenishi AKA o.blaat, new media artists, will discuss the conceptual, aesthetic, and technological demands of the field. The conversation will examine the idea of what constitutes a self-taught new media artist, and whether this terminology applies to digital artwork being created today.

For more information, please contact Diana Schlesinger


OPPORTUNITY

Tenure-track Faculty Position in Sculpture/Multi-Media at Brown University


Deadline:
Wed Dec 07, 2005 11:13

Please post or forward to interested parties

Announcement of Sculpture/Multi-Media
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN VISUAL ART

TENURE TRACK POSITION - Sculpture/Multi-Media

Position:Brown University Department of Visual Art seeks dynamic and energetic artist to teach sculpture at the undergraduate level.

Requirements:Applicants should have an earned MFA, and 3 years (full time equivalent) college level teaching beyond Graduate School and must be able to teach both Beginning and Advanced Sculpture. This candidate will sometimes teach a Foundation Drawing/2d 3d/Design course.

Qualified candidates must be well-versed in contemporary sculpture practice including installation, performance, video, and supportive digital applications as well as a wide range of experience in fabrication (wood, metal, mold making/plaster casting, plastics, or fiber, etc.). A strong exhibition record and knowledge of contemporary theory and practice is essential. Interest in developing interdisciplinary courses is a plus.

Starting Date:Appointment to begin September 1, 2006.

Application Procedure:Applicants should send paper copies of CV, letter of application, slide list, artist statement, teaching philosophy and 3 letters of recommendation, a portfolio of 10- 20 slides or CD/DVD as applicable (formatted for Mac) and/or website, and SASE to:

Chair, Sculpture Search
Box 1861
Visual Art Department
Brown University
Providence, RI 02912

Salary:Competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Deadline:To receive full consideration complete applications must be postmarked by: January 7, 2006.