Sergey Teterin
Since 2002
Works in Perm City Russian Federation

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BIO
Sergey Teterin (b. 1969) - Russian media artist. He lives and works in the in the city of Perm, Urals region, Russia. I n the past, he was an organizer of "Read_Me 1.2" software art festival (2002, director) and "Machinista 2003/2004" media art festivals (director, curator) in Russia and Scotland; participated in a lot of media art exhibitions and festivals in Russia, Germany, Austria, UK, Yugoslavia, Denmark, Latvia.
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DISCUSSION

Machinista 2003 short-list 2: machine in place of artist


Hello friends -
here is the Machinista 2003 short-list 2:
machine in place of artist

"MACHINISTA 2003" is an international internet-based festival of
contemporary media art, coordinated in Perm City, West Ural, Russia. Main
subject of the festival is "Artificial Intelligence in Art: Faces of
Machinic Ingenuity". The focus is on the new interaction of machinic and
human in art and culture.

http://www.machinista.ru/en

CATEGORY: MACHINE IN PLACE OF THE ARTIST
Category online curator - Hauska Tietokone [FI]

"New media" artistic works and projects, in creation of which the human
author took part at best as a curator, as an author of the author (or even
simply an observer), and all copyrights are passed on to the machine.

BEST ARTWORKS - SHORT-LIST OF MACHINISTA:

Penousal Machado - "NEvAr"
README: In its basic mode of operation NEvAr is an Evolutionary Art tool - a
program that allows the evolution of a set of images, based on the aesthetic
preferences of the user. NEvAr follows an evolutionary paradigm mimicking
the mechanisms underlying natural selection. NEvAr can also act as an
Artificial Artist, evolving his artworks autonomously without the guidance
of a user.
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id6

Anne-Marie Schleiner, Brody Condon - "Velvet-Strike"
README: Velvet-Strike is a collection of spray paints to use as graffiti on
the walls, ceiling, and floor of the popular network shooter terrorism game
"Counter-Strike". Velvet-Strike was conceptualized during the beginning of
Bush's "War on Terrorism."
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id1

interface - "Inter.Face"
README: no english version
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id7

Daniel Young - "NewZoid"
README: Continuous generator of up-to-the-minute false new's headlines.
Producing more false information than all governments, corporations,
educational institutions and artistic enterprises put together.
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id2

J?rg Lehni & Uli Franke - "Hektor"
README: Hektor is a wall painting robot, a graffiti plotter. It's an output
device for laptops. All of its parts fit into one suitcase; therefore it's a
portable printer. Its engines are mounted directly to the wall by the use of
a rapid mounting mechanism. The device works with batteries, if they are
recharged, no power outlet is necessary nearby in order to spray. Normal
spray cans are mounted into the can holder, which hangs between the engines
on toothed belts and floats freely in front of the wall. Hektor is
controlled directly from within Illustrator, it follows vector graphic paths
and sprays them.
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id0

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MACHINISTA 2003 Russia
All necessary information can be found on the festival web site:
http://www.machinista.ru/en
Contact: Sergei Teterin <teterin@pisem.net>

DISCUSSION

Machinista 2003 short-list 1: veejays vs visualizers


Hello friends
here is the Machinista 2003 short-list 1:
veejays vs visualizers

"MACHINISTA 2003" is an international internet-based festival of contempora=
ry media art, coordinated in Perm City, West Ural, Russia. Main subject of =
the festival is "Artificial Intelligence in Art: Faces of Machinic Ingenuit=
y". The focus is on the new interaction of machinic and human in art and cu=
lture.

http://www.machinista.ru/en

CATEGORY: VJ'S VS. VISUALIZERS
Category online curator - Vadim Epstein [RU]

So, the battle of times: humans vj's versus visualising programs - WHO WINS=
, MAN OR MACHINE?

BEST ARTWORKS - SHORT-LIST OF MACHINISTA:

Andrius Ventslova - "1234"
README: russian visual rap.
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id=105

Stanza - "Amorphoscapes"
README: audio visual experiences for the net.
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id=65

Stuart Pound - "Plaza Continuum"
README: Thirty years ago making experimental films, I used a technique whic=
h breaks footage into blocks of one second, divides each block into four, r=
e-orders the segments and then re-assembles the footage. As with slowed dow=
n frames, the viewer sees how the impression of a moving image is created. =
But the sense of both movement and stillness, time and no-time, is even str=
onger. In this video I have reproduced this digitally with very different e=
ffects.
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id=182

Arno Coenen - "Time To Bone"
README: insert coin : select video : masturbate.
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id=41

NomIg - "NomIg"
README: Our premise is to forge a new form of cinematic experience by combi=
ning audio and visuals - live - in a way that has yet to be explored. We cr=
eate an environment where one listens to an audio and visual environment an=
d becomes enraptured and caught up in it, so much so that one casts off the=
binding preconceptions of time and enters into a state where the operative=
s of time are dictated by the piece. By taking media objects from disparate=
sources and putting them into one work of art, we strip sampled sound and =
imagery from its previous context, thereby liberating it from its previous =
meaning.
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id=163

restate - "Restate/Rebelle"
README: restate/rebelle - the thunderous transvormator.
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id=72

Antoine Schmidt - Venus1
README: Venus 1 dances on music. It prefers jazz,classical, electro and slo=
w techno. Insert a CD in your computer, or plug a line, Venus 1 will like i=
t. In silence, or when Venus 1 does not hear any sound, she waits while wan=
dering slowly, in her own way. Venus 1, through her very peculiar sound per=
ception, gives us another lecture of the music and the sounds.
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id=49

Simon Richardson - "VJ Vitascope"
README: the material is challenging the idea that the vj follows the dj by =
eliminating the need for a dj. at present the works are fairly ambient, wit=
h some beats, but this is definitely an immersive audio/visual experience r=
ather than the accompanyment for a party of dancers.

betker, deissler - "Lleuchtmittell"
README: lleuchtmittell are not simply mixing videotapes on their live-perfo=
mances. when lleuchtmittell perform on an event ...existing video-material =
becomes modified and new animations are produced... the creative work happe=
ns while the event and is influenced by the atmospere of the location and t=
he kind of music... lleuchtmittell mainly use 2D-animationsoftware, genlock=
s, videotapes and analog videoeffects for their work but also videocameras,=
slides or unusual digital-photocameras every kind of lowtec device they ow=
n is used for realtime videomanipulation but the result is not "specialeffe=
ct show"
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id=116

Videotone - "Somework"
README: Somework by V I D E O T O N E (Barcelona, Spain)
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id=197

Ryan Geiss & Rovastar - "Milkdrop"
README: It creates detailed graphical images seamlessly blending 3D effects=
into one another this is coupled with intelligent beat detection. Time and=
effort hads been spent creating detailed sound detection using techineques=
that have only recently become available that it make the sound
come alive.
http://www.machinista.ru/work.php?l=en&id=158

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MACHINISTA 2003 Russia
All necessary information can be found on the festival web site:
http://www.machinista.ru/en
Contact: Sergei Teterin <teterin@pisem.net>

DISCUSSION

MACHINISTA 2003 [RU] - additional prizes for VJ's


MACHINISTA 2003" - media art festival in net, organized and coordinated in=
Perm City, West Ural, Russia. Main subject of the festival is "Artificial =
Intelligence in Art: Faces of Machinic Ingenuity". The focus is on the new =
interaction of machinic and human in art and culture.

Categories of accepted works:
z "Machine as the artist's co-author"
z "Machine in place of the artist"
z "VJ's vs. visualizers"

Accepted are all media art works without genre limitations: video-art, musi=
c and sound, vj demos, multimedia installations, net-art and web-art, softw=
are art, graphical and 3D experiments etc. Works are accepted on the festiv=
al web site and published automatically.

NEW ADDITIONAL PRIZES FOR VJ'S:

1. "ArKaos Interactive Visual Technologies" company (Belgium) will contribu=
te special prizes for authors in the "Vj's vs. visualizers" category: "ArKa=
os VJ 2.2.1" BOXES and CDs with "ArKaos Visual Art Library", and some "ArKa=
os" t-shirts [:-)] URL: www.arkaos.net

2. "Electronica-Optica" is a visual distribution company that produces "VJT=
V". "VJTV" is a a show featuring interviews, mix sets, and shorts of variou=
s VJ and Visual artists around the world. "E-Optica" will be featuring a se=
lect portion of the works in "Machinista" to be aired on "VJTV". URLs: www.=
VJTV.net www.electronica-optica.com

All necessary information and submission form can be found on the festival =
web site: http://www.machinista.ru/en

Deadline: January 31, 2003.
Director: Sergei Teterin (Perm City, Russia) <teterin@pisem.net>

EVENT

MACHINISTA 2003 [RU] Deadline: January 31


Dates:
Fri Jan 31, 2003 00:00 - Wed Jan 08, 2003

We invite you to participate in "MACHINISTA 2003" media art festival in net, organized and coordinated in Perm City, West Ural, Russia. Main subject of the festival is "Artificial Intelligence in Art: Faces of Machinic Ingenuity". The focus is on the new interaction of machinic and human in art and culture.

Categories of accepted works:


EVENT

MACHINISTA 2003 - Call for Participation


Dates:
Tue Nov 12, 2002 00:00 - Wed Nov 06, 2002

MACHINISTA 2003 - Call for Participation

We invite you to participate in "MACHINISTA 2003" media art festival, organized and coordinated in Perm City, West Ural, Russia. Main subject of the festival is "Artificial Intelligence in Art: Faces of Machinic Ingenuity". The focus is on the new interaction of machinic and human in art and culture.

Categories of accepted works: