He has exhibited at Art Interactive in Cambridge, MA, Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center in Buffalo, NY, Art in General in New York City, Fylkingen in Stockholm, Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, SESI Gallery in Sao Paulo City, Window Project Space in Auckland, New Zealand, Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, Chiangmai New Media Art Festival in Thailand, DigiFest DXNet in Toronto, and the Cyberarts Festival in Boston. He has been a frequent artist-in-residence at the Experimental Television Center in Owego, New York and is included in the DVD anthology, "ETC: 1969 - 2009" covering 40 years of video arts at ETC. He was previously a visiting professor with the Department of Expanded Media at the School of Art and Design at Alfred University in Alfred, NY and now teaches in the T.I.M.E.-Digital Arts Department at The Cleveland Institute of Art.
Call for Participation
IEEE Visualization 2006
Art Exhibit Submissions
Information visualization is traditionally viewed as a tool for data exploration and hypothesis formation. Because of its roots in scientific reasoning, visualization work has, until recently, been limited to a role of analytical tool for sensemaking.
In recent years, however, both the mainstreaming of computer graphics and the democratization of data sources on the Internet have had important repercussions in the field of information visualization. With the ability to create visual representations of data on home computers, artists and designers have taken matters into their own hands and expanded the conceptual horizon of infovis as artistic practice.
In its first edition, the InfoVis Art Exhibit examines the merging of artistic intention and visualization technique. We are looking for artwork that reveals data patterns in aesthetic, innovative ways. The goal of the exhibit is to steer viewers towards greater introspection about what information is worth visualizing and why.
The InfoVis Art Exhibit will consider the following types of work:
interactive CD/DVD-ROM work interactive web-based work printed artwork Requirements
Interactive pieces should run on a standard computer configuration (Windows Operating System, 512 MB RAM, 20 GB hard drive, 1024 by 768 pixels monitor resolution) as such systems will be available at the exhibit.[more...]
AREA Infrastructure Talk#2 (6.12.06): S.European HackLabs, Intellectual Property + Internet Activism
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INFRASTRUCTURE SERIES : "Hackmeeting and Hacklabs: technopolitics and reality hacking in south-european autonomous networks"Presenter: Xabier Barandiaran - Series Talk #2 Monday June 12, 7-9pm Polvo - 1458 W. 18th St. 1R | Chicago IL | www.polvo.org Co-Sponsored by AREA Chicago Art/Education/Activism and
CriticalArtWare www.areachicago.com | www.criticalartware.net Details Below: Title and Abstract of the talk Short Bio of Xabier Barandiaran About the INFRASTRUCTURE SERIES
Title and Abstract of the talk: "Hackmeeting and Hacklabs: technopolitics and reality hacking in south-european autonomous networks" For the last 6 years a number of autonomous collectives called HackLabs (hacker or hacktivist laboratories) have been created at different squat social centers and other self-managed spaces around europe. The network of hacklabs has now more than 40 nodes (most of them located in Spain and Italy) dedicated to build-up community based free-software and open access spaces for skill sharing and collective intelligence, technopolitic experimentation and direct action on several digital struggles (cybercontrol, digital rights, intelectual property, etc.). HackLabs were born as a result of Hackmeetings: underground self-organized hacktivist meetings where grassroot activist and geek culture meet to discuss, exchange and coordinate different knowledge, resources and initiatives around technologies and politics. The talk will focus on a set of trajectories within the hacklabs and hackmeeting networks: the experience of Metabolik (one of the first hacklabs in europe), the distributed and self-managed organization of spanish and european hackmeetings and the recent direct action campaing against intellectual property (CompartirEsBueno.Net). Emphasys will be made on philosophical background, discussion on technopolitical tactics and opportunities for coordination.
New exhibition by London-based curator Hanne Mugaas- Glassbox, Paris
GIVING PEOPLE WHAT THEY WANT - GLASSBOX, PARIS Curated by Hanne Mugaas and Ida Ekblad
Takeshi Murata | Cory Arcangel | Marius Engh | Fredrik Soderberg | Michael Bell-Smith | Anders Nordby | Paper Rad | Ida Ekblad | Fayçal Baghriche | Jonas Ohlsson | Lars Laumann | Jean-Paul Newman | Lina Viste Groenli | Are Mokkelbost | Daniel Jensen | Matthieu Clainchard |
May 25th 2006 - from 18.00 The project is a commission by The Comissariat
Question notions of the object, of authorship and distribution
To arrange and rearrange information is to personally or administratively produce or document history
Either using real documents, close copies or absolute fakes, information exist to create meaning and commentary inside or beyond context. Truth and evidence may be questioned, but the information is still there. We have entered a culture of choice, emphasizing the importance of availability; how to choose, arrange and use. Distribute. Being an expert means to be confident there is always an easier way to do it, that there is always a more direct confrontation with reality which might yield an interesting spin-off, that there is always the possibility of an incalculable effect, which might turn everything upside down.
113bis, rue Oberkampf Paris 11ème · M° Parmentier/Ménilmontant t 01 43 38 02 82 · email@example.com ouvert du vendredi au dimanche de 15h à 19h
Glassbox bénéficie du soutien du Ministère de la Culture (Drac Ile-de-France), le Café Charbon, le Nouveau Casino et l'Espace Paul Ricard.
le commissariat : 13 passage Sainte Anne Popincourt. paris 11ème www.lecommissariat.org
***** ******** Attached: Video still; "Proof that Paul McCartney is already Dead" by Cory Arcangel.
ARTIFICIAL LIFE IS IMPOSSIBLE IN A COMPUTER A public lecture by spurse for the RISD Digital+Media Program
ARTIFICIAL LIFE IS IMPOSSIBLE IN A COMPUTER RISD Auditorium 7 p.m.
In this lecture, spurse will definitively define the following concepts:
1) emergence 2) artificial life 3) digital 4) analog 5) algorithm 6) cooking 7) bacteria 8) computer
In addition to RISD Digital+Media students, this lecture will also be
of interest to: architects, philosophers, scientists, gardeners and
the hospitality industry.
Spurse is an international collective composed of individuals with
experience in a wide variety of fields. spurse has no (fixed) content
or members -- rather it is a viral multiplicity that is continuously
reforming itself as it becomes new projects and new events. In this,
it is open to change, contradiction, multiplicity, tangents,
infection, and betrayal. Spurse is interested in considering the
public as that which must be continually constructed as a part of the
invention of public space. In this we are interested in emergent
forms of individuality -- swarms, crowds, the person, groups, and
[FRAY] Conference SATURDAY MAY 13 @ 2 PM http://fvnm.info/fray/2006.05.13 Film, Video & New Media Dept @ The School of the Art Institute of Chicago Room 1307 in the MacLean Building 112 S. Michigan Ave CHI IL .US FREE
Join [FRAY] for discussions and presentations on connective and collaborative New Media and Digital Arts with Annette Barbier (UNREAL-ESTATES and Interactive Arts and Media Department Columbia College), Ryan Griffis (The Temporary Travel Office and The School of Art & Design University of Illinois at Champaign Urbana), Mark Hansen (Professor in English Language & Literature, Cinema & Media Studies; University of Chicago), Lynn Marie Kirby (California College of the Arts), Rob Ray (DEADTECH and dorkbot Chicago), Lincoln Schatz (The Upgrade! Chicago) and Daniel Tucker (AREA Chicago).