Nicky Gogan
Since 2002
Works in Dublin Ireland

BIO
Nicky Gogan, a 1993 graduate of the National College of Art and Design, began her professional art career with a number of site specific performances and video works in the early nineties. Having a great interest in new media and the artistic use of technology, she studied electronic arts in New York, and became one of the first instructors in the creative use of technology on the web at Arthouse in 1996.

Nicky is co-director of Sink Digital Media, (www.sink.ie) a Dublin based new media production company. Sink is a cutting edge creative digital media company. It is one of the first multimedia companies to tap into the emerging web site and rich content markets. Since its inception in 1997, Sink have remained committed to fostering and developing innovation in the digital field.

Nicky is also the co- director of the Darklight Digital Film Festival (www.darklight-filmfestival.com) which takes place in Temple Bar and the Irish Film Center annually, in which capacity she speaks regularly on current developments in film production.

Nicky, along with Jonah Brucker-Cohen MLE, is a co-founder of DATA, Dublin Art and Technology Association, (www.coin-operated.com/data)
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EVENT

Darklight Digital Festival Dublin


Dates:
Wed Nov 24, 2004 00:00 - Fri Jun 25, 2004


OPPORTUNITY

Darklight Digital Festival Call for Entries


Deadline:
Fri Jun 25, 2004 06:34

DARKLIGHT DIGITAL FESTIVAL, November 2004
AT THE DIGITAL HUB, Dublin (dates to be announced)

Ireland’s premier festival for digital filmmakers, animators and artists.

Darklight Digital Festival is an independent initiative formed to provide a platform for the convergence of technology, film and art. Our mission is to support all those whose working practice engages with digital technology to create new possibilities for the imagination. Darklight screens cutting-edge innovative films that demonstrate and explore the creative potential of digital technologies.

Darklight’s seminar series, ‘Perspectives’, provides a continuous forum for filmmakers and artists, providing information and initiating debates on all aspects of digital art and filmmaking, from aesthetics and technology to copyright, distribution and education.

****** DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS FRIDAY 30th JULY 2004 6pm******

Application and Entry Requirements

www.darklight-filmfestival.com

*Please forward or post the following information to interested parties, news groups or websites*


OPPORTUNITY

Call for projects. Exhibit4:Play


Deadline:
Thu Sep 04, 2003 11:23

Call for Projects for Exhibition of Digital technology projects in The Digital Hub Project Office, 10 - 13 Thomas Street, Dublin, Ireland.

Exhibit4:Play

Exhibit4 showcase will focus on Gaming and games related projects.

Closing Date for receipt of submissions is 15th September 2003.

Please send us:

* games for web, PC, networks, mobile, consol, etc.

* projects that are research based, experimental, subversive, educational, conceptually and technically innovative.

* projects and products that take games and game play to new places and domains where gaming has not previously being used.

Projects can cover a broad range of disciplines and may include graphics, product design, fashion, furniture, architectural, web, interaction and sound design, motion graphics, film, animation, special
effects, commercial production, advertising and computer programming as long as they address the gaming brief.

Those interested in exhibiting can present their ideas either as a finished piece of work, work in progress or as a proposal. For the showcase, turnaround time to complete the project is three weeks.

Please check our site for submission guidelines.
www.thedigitalhub.com

Successful exhibitors should be prepared to present their projects in a series of talks and that will take place in 2003.

To join our mail list please send an email to exhibit@thedigitalhub.com with SUBSCRIBE as the subject.


DISCUSSION

Call for Projects: Exhibit 3:Design


Call for Projects: Exhibit 3:Design at The Digital Hub

Call for Projects for Exhibition of Digital technology projects in The
Digital Hub Project Office , 10 - 13 Thomas Street .

In December 2002, The Digital Hub launched the first in its series of
exhibitions showcasing digital technology in its new project office on
Thomas Street.

During 2003 The Digital Hub will continue to exhibit work that
demonstrates and explores the creative potential of digital technologies
on an ongoing basis. These exhibitions will provide a unique platform
for both emerging and established artists, filmmakers, designers,
programmers, developers, musicians and animators from many diverse
backgrounds to exhibit their work.

Exhibit3:Design

The theme of the Exhibit3 showcase is design, and the exhibition will
include both objects and digitally based projects. The criteria for
inclusion are that the work should be both conceptually and technically
innovative.

As such, the curators will accept projects from a broad range of
disciplines and fields including Graphic, product, fashion, furniture,
architectural, web, interaction and sound design as well as motion
graphics, print media, film, TV graphics, animation, special effects,
commercial production, gaming, advertising and computer programming...

Your submission should include the following

* The creator/s name
* The title of the work
* A synopsis/short description of the work (about 100 words)
* A one line description of your work
* A 100 word biography
* Your postal address and daytime phone number
* A PC format low-res JPEG still/photo/screen grab of the work, named
"yourname".jpg
* A hi-res JPEG where possible.
* Web Address if applicable.

We are also looking for submissions for video installations to be shown
at the 'Projected Windows' site, No. 157 Thomas St. Dublin. Ireland.

For more information on this site please check our website
www.thedigitalhub.com.

Submissions can come from persons and organisations based in Ireland or
Abroad.

Call for Projects: Exhibit 3:Design at The Digital Hub

The final exhibits will be chosen by a selection panel and those that
are chosen to exhibit will be awarded an honorarium of EUR1,000. This
initiative is been supported by Diageo Ireland under the Liberties
Learning Initiative. Should the fee be waived it will be donated to the
Liberties Learning Initiative.

Those interested in exhibiting can present their ideas either as a
finished piece of work, work in progress or as a proposal. For the
showcase, turnaround time to complete the project is three weeks.
Closing date for receipt of proposals is 26thof May 2003.

Successful exhibitors should be prepared to present their projects in a
series of talks and that will take place in 2003

You may send your projects on CD, DVD, URL, interactive presentation ,
VHS or mini DV or email exhibit@thedigitalhub.com
<mailto:exhibit@thedigitalhub.com> with your proposal. Please clearly
mark your submissions 'Exhibit 3:Design'.

Email: exhibit@thedigitalhub.com <mailto:exhibit@thedigitalhub.com>
Address: Nicky Gogan, The Digital Hub Project Office, 10-13 Thomas St.,
The Digital Hub, Dublin 8

The Digital Hub is also developing an archive of digital media projects
for learning and showcase purposes. Exhibitors will be asked to donate a
copy of their work to the archive. Full terms will be agreed with the
exhibitors after the selections have been made.

Further information on The Digital Hub is available at
www.thedigitalhub.com

To join our mail list please send an email to exhibit@thedigitalhub.com
<mailto:exhibit@thedigitalhub.com> with SUBSCRIBE as the subject.

Yours Sincerely
Nicky Gogan
Curator
Exhibitions and Special Events