NeMe
Since the beginning
Works in Limassol Cyprus

BIO
NeMe is a non profit, non government, Cyprus registered cultural organisation founded in November 2004. NeMe works on two platforms - a virtual and an itinerant one - and focuses on contemporary theories and their intersection with the arts.

NeMe's itinerant platform, the "IMCA" (Independent Museum of Contemporary Art) presents NeMe projects which include, exhibitions, performances, new media events, symposia and archives. The form of the IMCA is determined as a practice or process by the nature of each project with the notion of the exhibition "space" being constantly revised and redefined.

NeMe resides in two sites:

* http://www.neme.org
* http://neme-imca.org

http://www.neme.org provides a service by publishing critical texts and filtered cultural information which includes arts news, calls as well as providing a forum for public discussion. http://neme-imca.org documents of all NeMe off and on line activities.
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EVENT

dis-LOCATE


Dates:
Sat Jun 13, 2015 19:30 - Sat Jun 27, 2015

Location:
Limassol, Cyprus

On 13 June at 7.30pm, NeMe invites you to the Launch of New Threads Project at the NeMe Arts Centre. New Threads is initiated by NeMe as a platform to invite young and emerging Cypriot cultural practitioners to curate low budget events. THis first event is curated by Natalie Kynigopoulou.

The rewriting of the past is dynamic, orientated towards the future. Its role is to endow the present with meaning by offering a focus of desire to a community with reason to doubt its future. (Jules Régis Debray, God: An Itinerary)

Regis Debray theorises his concept of Mediology as a practice which strives to analyse the transmission of cultural meaning in society by operating to make the present meaningful and identifiable through the intersections between the medium through which it travels and the intellect. This requires that a closer investigation is made of its material dimensions bringing to surface its diachronic and/or political impetus.(Jules Régis Debray, Transmitting Culture)


EVENT

It's the Political Economy, Stupid


Dates:
Mon Nov 10, 2014 17:00 - Sat Dec 06, 2014

Location:
Limassol, Cyprus

NeMe and the Art History and Theory Research Lab (Cyprus University of Technology) present:
It's the Political Economy, Stupid
an international exhibition and a pre-opening seminar.

With the collapse of the international markets in 2008 and the subsequent bail-outs of financial institutions in many countries including Cyprus, came the unprecedented criticism of governmental collusion with financial imperialism. This criticism has most recently given us waves of protest and resistance worldwide, at a time when the deterritorialised flow of finance capital is melting down all that was once solid, into raw material for market speculation. The exhibition represents a significant response to this crisis. It derives its title from US presidential candidate Bill Clinton's 1992 campaign statement, It's the economy, stupid, modified to It's the political economy, stupid, by philosopher Slavoj Zizek.

EXHIBITION

Curators: Oliver Ressler and Gregory Sholette.
Participating artists: Filippo Berta, Christopher Christou, Noel Douglas, Libia Castro & Ólafur Ólafsson, Paolo Cirio, Yevgeniy Fiks / Olga Kopenkina / Alexandra Lerman, Field Work, flo6×8, Melanie Gilligan, Institute for Wishful Thinking, Jan Peter Hammer, Alicia Herrero, Sherry Millner & Ernie Larsen, Suzana Phialas, Zanny Begg & Oliver Ressler, Isa Rosenberger, Dread Scott, Marios Theophilides, Pavlos Vrionides.
Venue: NeMe Arts Centre, corner of Ellados and Enoseos (opposite to Katholiki Church), Limassol.
Opening: Monday, 10 November, 8:00pm.
Duration: 11 November-6 December,
Tuesday-Friday: 5:00pm-9:00pm,
Saturday: 10:00-13:00.

SEMINAR

Time and venue: Monday, 10 November, 5:00pm-7:30pm, Pefkios Georghiades Hall, Cyprus University of Technology, Limassol.
Speakers: Gregory Sholette, Oliver Ressler, Areti Leopoulou, Andreas Panayiotou, Noel Douglas.
Moderator: Antonis Danos.
[Presentations and discussion in English].

Sponsors

Main Supporter: Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture
Supported by: The Austrian Embassy Cyprus, Municipality of Limassol, ndline, The Copy Shop.
Media Sponsor: Kanali 6.


DISCUSSION

NeMe database


NeMe is proud to inform you that we now have published over 100 critical texts and over 1500 calls and information on the arts www.neme.org. We take this opportunity to thank our many visitors and also our contributing authors: Andrew Benjamin, Andrew Vande Moere, Aristide Antonas, Belinda Barnet, Charles Esche, Christiane Paul, Christopher Gordon, Christos Barboutis, Denise Robinson, Eduardo Kac, Edward A. Shanken, Erkki Huhtamo, Faith Wilding, Geoff Cox, Gordon Winiemko, Gregory Sholette, Hakim Bey, Iannis Zannos, Ioannis MICHALOU(di)S, Jelena Vesic, Jeremy Hight, Jesse Cohn, Jette Sandahl, Joanne Morra, Timothy Murray, Judith Donath, Lanfranco Aceti, Lev Manovich, Luís Cláudio Ribeiro, Maja and Reuben Fowkes, Marc James Léger, Marina Grzinic, Mark Amerika, Marquard Smith, Martin Knahl, Martin Rieser, McKenzie Wark, Michael Filimowicz, Michael Haerdter, Mike Sandbothe, Miya Yoshida, Nikos Papastergiadis, Paul Vanouse, Ricardo Miranda Zúñiga, Richard Barbrook, Ryszard W. Kluszczyński, Sean Cubitt, Shaun Wilson, Sheila Pinkel, Simon Sheikh, Soraya Murray, Srećko Horvat, Stelarc, Steve Dietz, Svetlana Boym, Tiffany Holmes, and Jorge Bruno Ventura whose work is helping our aim to disseminate quality critical arts information to the public.

Our database is continuously growing and our invitation is always open to all who would like to read or submit a text for inclusion in our site on www.neme.org/texts/

NeMe is Cyprus registered NGO and has a virtual and an itinerant platform both of which can be viewed on www.neme.org and www.neme-imca.org

DISCUSSION

Metadesigning for the Future - Gene Youngblood's conversation with Erkki Huhtamo


We have the great pleasure to inform you that NeMe has published a conversation by Erkki Huhtamo with Gene Youngblood. This text and the images which illustrate it have never been published before.

Huhtamo's systematic approach of understanding new media by looking back into history and Youngblood's visionary insights remain a highly germane and valuable contribution to contemporary discussion of this field.

Twenty-three years have passed since the initial interview between Huhtamo and Youngblood which makes this conversation a historical document but more importantly, and as Youngblood mentions in his Preface, it remains 'a call for the revolution.'

The text is dedicated to the memory of Sherrie Rabinowitz (1950-2013)

http://www.neme.org/1627/metadesigning-for-the-future


DISCUSSION

Metadesigning for the Future - Gene Youngblood's conversation with Erkki Huhtamo


We have the great pleasure to inform you that NeMe has published a conversation by Erkki Huhtamo with Gene Youngblood. This text and the images which illustrate it have never been published before.

Huhtamo's systematic approach of understanding new media by looking back into history and Youngblood's visionary insights remain a highly germane and valuable contribution to contemporary discussion of this field.

Twenty-three years have passed since the initial interview between Huhtamo and Youngblood which makes this conversation a historical document but more importantly, and as Youngblood mentions in his Preface, it remains 'a call for the revolution.'

The text is dedicated to the memory of Sherrie Rabinowitz (1950-2013)

http://www.neme.org/1627/metadesigning-for-the-future