Paul Green
Since 2003
Works in United States of America

BIO
Outreach Co-ordinator at London's Hayward Gallery where we work with young people 12 - 25 on a range of new media and digital arts projects. More information on http://www.haywardprojects.blogspot.com

Also run the film and new media website, Moving South; http://www.movingsouth.com
an information sharing and networking website for South London

Projects currently in development include Beautiful South; an evening of films and networking in south London, and Digital Dialogues, a programme of socially engaged digital arts and new media projects in the borough of Lambeth
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EVENT

. [ dot ] party at the Hayward


Dates:
Sat Feb 03, 2007 00:00 - Sun Feb 25, 2007

Digital Dialogues

Saturday 3 March 2007
The Hayward, 6pm - 12am with last entry at 10pm

A stream of visual and aural sensations to feed your drive for digital:

Plus an audiovisual-breakbeat performance from Addictive TV, who were twice voted the world's number one VJs by DJ Mag, deep club and Resonance FM DJ Nick Luscombe, interventions by artists Miltos Manetas and Robin Tarbet, a chance to get it all off your chest with the Talkaoke, a digital portrait studio, Barby Asante and the Funk Chorus, indie pop band Magic 8 and artwork by Neasden Control Centre and Black Convoy.

Plus film and art made by Lambeth residents as part of Digital Dialogues

For news on projects at The Hayward visit www.haywardprojects.blogspot.com

FREE entry but booking essential.
Lambeth residents can book by email: seethrough@southbankcentre.co.uk.
Box Office for non-Lambeth residents: 0871 663 2500, www.southbankcentre.co.uk or in person at the Southbank Centre.
A fee of 1.50/2 applies to telephone/website transactions.

.[ dot ] party is part of Digital Dialogues, an education programme supported by Lambeth Education Business Partnership's Digital Inclusion Programme, and 100 ideas, a festival of ideas and debate at Southbank Centre


EVENT

Existential Computing at The Hayward


Dates:
Thu Feb 08, 2007 00:00 - Mon Jan 29, 2007

EXISTENTIAL COMPUTING

PART 1, SENTIMENTALITY:
A 5 DAY WORKSHOP WITH MILTOS MANETAS AT THE HAYWARD IN LONDON
1. There is "sympathy" between humans and computers, there are "feelings".
1.1 In both directions.
2. There are new theories about time. Maybe time doesn't even exist!
3. People meet and exchange information. There are institutions such as The Hayward that invite artists such as myself to talk to people. I suspect it is just data that they
want to know about each other.
4. Art is what is happening when data meet beautifully. This is very rare.

Miltos Manetas is an internationally renowned artist born in Greece in 1964. He lives in London and Los Angeles and his Internet Paintings (internetpaintings.com) are exhibited at the gallery Blow de la Barra in London (blowdelabarra.com) from 27 January 2007.
Manetas makes websites that are art works, they hang on the internet as a painting hang on the walls of a museum. Manetas signs them as unique pieces and collectors buy them as such. (see: jacksonpollock.org)
In 2000, he started Neen (neen.org), a new art movement.
More about Manetas: www.manetas.com

Website of the project (under construction):
http://existentialcomputing.com

Join Miltos at The Hayward for a five-day workshop to explore digital art and work together to create a work that will be showcased at The Hayward on Saturday 3 March.
The "Digital Dialogues" series of workshops are part of the 100 IDEAS programme.

Time: 12pm - 5pm
Dates: 13 - 17 Feb 2007
Venue: Waterloo Sunset Pavilion, The Hayward, Southbank Centre, London

These workshops are FREE. To enrol please contact Paul Green: paul.green@southbankcentre.co.uk


EVENT

Biomapping Brixton


Dates:
Sat Jan 27, 2007 00:00 - Fri Jan 26, 2007

How do you feel about the area that you live in?
Which areas do you have a physical and emotional response to?

The Hayward are running workshops with artist Christian Nold to create bio maps of areas in Brixton and Clapham.

The Bio Mapping tool allows the wearer to record their Galvanic Skin Response (GSR), which is a simple indicator of emotional arousal, in conjunction with their geographical location. This can be used to plot a map that highlights points of high and low arousal. By sharing this data we can construct maps that visualise where we as a community feel stressed and excited

These workshops involve a walk around the area followed by a download session where your physical responses are downloaded and mapped on Google Earth

These workshops are FREE and promise to be a fascinating insight into your community

It is strongly recommended that you register your interest beforehand as the number of participants has to be limited to a maximum of 10

Meeting and download point:
Brixton - Monday 29 Jan. Meet at Brixton Library at 2.30pm
Clapham - Monday 12 Feb. Meet at Clapham City Learning Centre

For more information and to register your interest in either of these workshops please e-mail Paul.green@southbankcentre.co.uk

To find out more about the Southbank Centre's programme of socially engaged digital arts projects please visit
http://www.haywardprojects.blogspot.com

To find out more about Christian's work and bio mapping visit:
http://www.biomapping.net or http://www.softhook.com


DISCUSSION

Universal Tourist - film project


Did the waiter write back?
Ever splashed out on a shell ornament?
Want two weeks on Mars?
Photograph your first Pina Colada?

The Hayward Gallery and award-winning filmmakers Chocolate Films are making a film that captures the essence of the tourist experience, be it a weekend in Blackpool or return flights to space. Share your magic moments, quirky souvenirs and travellers’ tales with us

Take a trip to the Hayward Gallery’s Universal Tourist multimedia studio between 08 - 22 Oct 2005 and we will copy your film, snaps and super 8, photograph your souvenirs, record your stories and let you try blue screen technology

You can send film and photographs direct to the filmmakers. For more information and a submission form visit www.universalexperience.com or call 020 7978 2668
SUBMISSION DEADLINE 19 Nov 2005

Participants will receive a 2 discount on tickets for the Hayward Gallery exhibition Universal Experience: Art, Life and the Tourist's Eye, 06 Oct - 11 Dec 2005 and an invitation to the premiere at the National Film Theatre on 10 Dec 2005

For information on Universal Experience go to: www.hayward.org.uk
Keep up to date with Hayward Gallery projects at: www.haywardprojects.blogspot.com

The Universal Tourist is part of See Through, an education programme supported by The Paul Hamlyn Foundation

http://www.movingsouth.com

DISCUSSION

supersonic - performance


Come and join us for a special one-off live performance with LektroLAB
and a team of co-conspirators.

Sonic sessions dj’s, vj’s and circuit benders
DJ performances by Lektrogirl and paul b. davis
Videos by Paperrad, beige, and Cory Arcangel
A night of music, visuals and sonic sounds created in response to the
Rebecca Horn:Bodylandscapes exhibtion at the Hayward Gallery

Friday 29 July (new date), 6-9PM
Waterloo Sunset(Pavilion)
Hayward Gallery
Admission FREE

http://www.haywardprojects.blogspot.com