Sofia Oliveira
Since 2003
Works in Lisbon Portugal

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CADA is a Lisbon-based platform for artistic work inspired by technological structures. Active since 2004, it has produced numerous innovative media projects and run successive workshops. They are obsessed with the possibility of unveiling hidden patterns in everyday life.
www.cada1.net
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DISCUSSION

Re: new name for Net Art News?


the probe
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dirk Vekemans" <dv@vilt.net>
To: <list@rhizome.org>
Sent: Monday, December 05, 2005 3:18 PM
Subject: RE: RHIZOME_RAW: new name for Net Art News?

> don't like all the tomorrow things either, might as well call it new news
or
> make news and before you know it you end up with nix news or nomo news
>
> hmm, i don't like the (military) bliep in radars, either.
>
> sth with 'hive' perhaps. Kinda like the idea of getting New Honey from the
> artHive sticking in the mailbox.
>
> Or sth with 'swarm'. Hitswarm(still).
>
> Snapit. Synergetic News on Art Production, Information and Technology.
>
> WWWart: Double U, double me, double everybody.
>
> personally i'd call it "stack overflow", but that's way too nAarty...
>
> goodluck,
> dv
>
>
> ________________________________
>
> Van: owner-list@rhizome.org [mailto:owner-list@rhizome.org] Namens
> aabrahams
> Verzonden: maandag 5 december 2005 15:18
> Aan: list@rhizome.org
> Onderwerp: Re: RHIZOME_RAW: new name for Net Art News?
>
>
> As Ryan I don't like the avantgarde connotation of Tomorrow
>
> Among others I like
>
> Art_Radar
>
> annie
>
>
>
> On 12/5/05, Pall Thayer <p_thay@alcor.concordia.ca> wrote:
>
> _Art_Tomorrow_
> What we're doing today and you'll be doing tomorrow
>
>
> On 5.12.2005, at 07:04, marc wrote:
>
> > (the) hamster gazette
> >
> > m.
> >
> >> (the) sprout out
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Marisa Olson"
> >> <marisa@rhizome.org>
> >> To: < list@rhizome.org <mailto:list@rhizome.org> >
> >> Sent: Sunday, December 04, 2005 3:49 PM
> >> Subject: RHIZOME_RAW: new name for Net Art News?
> >>
> >>
> >>> Dear readers,
> >>>
> >>> I'm writing to solicit your advice. We would like to
> change the name
> >>> of Net Art News and I'd like your input on a new name.
> >>>
> >>> As Lauren mentioned in a recent note to you, Rhizome is
> currently
> >>> redesigning our site. This is an exciting moment in
> which we are
> >>> thinking about all the recent developments in our field
> and how
> >>> Rhizome can reflect, support, and foster them.
> >>>
> >>> On the editorial side, my goal with Net Art News has
> been to broaden
> >>> our scope and reach, getting more international in our
> coverage and
> >>> also covering not only internet art but also software
> art,
> >>> performance, sound art, data visualization,
> technology-enabled
> >>> social
> >>> sculpture, locative media, video, and the myriad other
> branches
> >>> of new
> >>> media practice.
> >>>
> >>> While we are by no means giving up on net art, the title
> Net Art
> >>> News
> >>> no longer reflects the breadth of the publication. The
> first and
> >>> simplest title that comes to mind is 'Media Art News,'
> but of course
> >>> this is potentially dry. I'm also not necessarily
> looking to split
> >>> hairs over the phrases 'media art' and 'new media art.'
> The title
> >>> needs to be rather short, self-descriptive, and
> hopefully also
> >>> inviting.
> >>>
> >>> What are your suggestions? Any feedback would be greatly
>
> >>> appreciated.
> >>> If you'd like to refamiliarize yourself with Net Art
> News, you can
> >>> look up previous pieces, by month, here:
> >>>
> >>> http://rhizome.org/netartnews/index.php
> >>>
> >>> With thanks,
> >>> Marisa
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> + + +
> >>> Marisa Olson
> >>> Editor & Curator at Large
> >>> Rhizome.org
> >>>
>
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DISCUSSION

Processing Workshop @ Atmosferas Lisbon


Processing Workshop @ Atmosferas in LisbonDavid Pereira, 26 - 30 September,=
05What you always wanted to do with Fl*** and can't. www.atmosferas.net/p=
rocessing2
Processing is an open source java simplification that allows designers and =
artists to use computation in their works.
The workshop will be an insight into processing and computational design ex=
ploring subjects like 3D, particule systems, sound analyses, image and vide=
o processing.

Schedule
26 to 30 of September 19-22.

23 September: Public presentation of the workshop results at 22.30.

Info David Pereira

David Pereira Degree in computer science at IPA. In 1990 discovers sound an=
d graphical synthesis and in 1998 studied sound and image at ARTICO. He's a=
n independent Interaction Design researcher and teaches Instruments Methodo=
logies and Objects of Web Design in ESTAL where he also coordinates LABNUI,=
the Nocturnal Laboratory of User Interface.

Info processing
Processing is a project initiated by Ben Fry e Casey Reas within the Aesthe=
tics + Computation Group
www.processing.org

Target
People with basic programming knowledge.

Price
150 Euros (20 hours; 7,5 Euros/hour).

Inscription
The workshop has a maximum number of 16 participants. You will be contacted=
for a selection interview.

Place and Dates

The workshop will talke place at Espaco Atmosferas, Rua da Boavista, 67 (=
following Rua de Sao Paulo) in Lisbon, Portugal, from 26 to 30 de Septemb=
er, 05.

About Atmosferas - Digital Arts Center
Atmosferas is a cultural project that stands at the intersection of the art=
s, the sciences and the technologies. Within this framework Atmosferas is e=
ngaged in promoting a cultural dialogue between these different areas tryin=
g to bring forward an understanding on the points of contact of their pract=
ices. To achieve this objective Atmosferas will organize a number of differ=
ent events (conferences, exhibitions, etc) and support the production and t=
he distribution of relevant artistic work done for the digital realm.

In practical terms Atmosferas presents itself as an entity that:

- supports and is engaged in the production of new media artistic and exper=
imental work

- develops curatorial projects in several mediums (internet, audiovisual, p=
ublishing, exhibitions, etc.)

- stimulates reflexion through the organization of symposiums, conferences =
and debates

- promotes advanced teaching namely through an MA in Games and Interactive =
Media, but also, seminars and workshops.

Atmosferas

Digital Arts Center

Rua da Boavista 102, 1200-069 Lisbon Portugal

+ 351 21 321 30 40

www.atmosferas.net/en

info@atmosferas.net

DISCUSSION

Online - Portuguese Netart 1997 | 2004


Online - Portuguese Netart 1997 | 2004
An online exhibition at http://www.atmosferas.net/en curated by Luis Silva and produced by Atmosferas.net

DISCUSSION

Online Portuguese Netart 1997 | 2004


Online Portuguese Netart 1997 | 2004
An online exhibition at www.atmosferas.net/en curated by Luis Silva and pro=
duced by Atmosferas.net

Atmosferas, Digital Arts Center
Rua da Boavista, 102, 1200-069 Lisbon, Portugal
(+351) 21 321 30 40
(+351) 93 447 3003
www.atmosferas.net/en

DISCUSSION

Workshop - Sonic Process with Kim Cascone


Workshop - Sonic Process with Kim Cascone
“Emergent Content Creation Using Simple Genetic Algorithms”
15 - 17 November 2004, Lisbon, Portugal, Atmosferas.net

A workshop. A process. A working model for open source material. The creation of an experimental emergent sonic piece.

In this workshop each participant acts as an active node in a creative network. Using software you normally use we will embark on an experiment to breed a piece of audio art. We will evolve a sound piece starting with a library of sound files provided by the .microsound list and then will mutate and cross-breed them until a work of sonic art emerges. The final piece will then be performed for the public by the group at the end of the workshop.

Kim Cascone is a central figure in the development of electronic music. Collaborated with David Lynch and Staccato Systems as a Sound Designer. As an author, he has over 30 editions and has collaborated with names such as Merzbow, Scanner, Keith Rowe, Tony Conrad. Has published articles in Computer Music Journal (MIT Press), Parachute Journal and is the founder of the microsound.org list.

Info on <a href="www.atmosferas.net/sonic"> Atmosferas.net </a>

Atmosferas is a cultural project that stands at the intersection of the arts, the sciences and the technologies based in Lisbon.

For more information please visit <a href="www.atmosferas.net/en/">www.atmosferas.net </a>

Sofia Oliveira