Sylvia Grace Borda
Since 2002
Works in Vancouver Canada

BIO
Sylvia Grace Borda is a multimedia artist (see http://sylviagraceborda.com)and heritage content designer with eight years of new media experience in Canada and abroad.

Sylvia Grace Borda is an Associate Researcher and Lecturer in Digital Arts at the Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory at the University of British Columbia and Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, where she is currently teaching and examining how cognitive responses evolve over time in relation to media stimuli. Her research interests lie in the examination of popular culture and in the emergence of convergent graphical user interface systems. Among other academic responsibilities, she manages ontherundesign.com, a partnership of new media curators and international artists addressing the definition of Net Art.

She also specializes in content arrangement and new media (CDROM, web, interactive kioks, and DVD) production for museums and non-profit organizations. Currently Sylvia Borda is working with 12 independent museums in the United Kingdom to form an educational on-line collections system, entitled "EdWeb." The latter project will be adopted as part of England's National Curriculum for school children aged 8-13.
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OPPORTUNITY

Re: Digital Visions CALL www.ontherundesign.com


Deadline:
Tue Mar 01, 2005 00:00

A recent email server problem prevented incoming emails for the call for submission to be properly received. Please note submissions are still being sought and can be sent ASAP for review to

digitalvisions@ontherundesign.com
Works will be reviewed daily up until March 7,2005
Please see posting below for complete details.

Original rhizome posting, Feb 20, 2004

> From: Sylvia Grace Borda

> Digital Visions is seeking artists for a juried exhibition coordinated
> by emerging artists and curators at the University of British Columbia
>
> The exhibition committee is interested in work that occupies alternate
> spaces (whether through physical, virtual, electronic, new media,
> network, performative or other related designations). The Digital
> Visions committee works with artists in discussing and assembling a
> database of information about current and past artist driven projects
> in an attempt to archive and preserve time-based, transitional and/or
> ephemeral artworks.
>
> See past Digital Visions exhibitions at www.ontherundesign.com
>
> This curatorial program and exhibition managed by Sylvia Grace Borda,
> Associate Researcher and Lecturer at UBC, distinguishes itself through
> a nationally and internationally recognized program of
> thought-provoking exhibitions that stimulate reflection, inquiry and
> debate on current practices in contemporary art.
>
> More about the exhibition’s curatorial process is carried out
> online, with invited artists being interviewed by an assigned curator
> and select works being presented as visual documents or online
> information portals/net artworks/URLs. All participating artists will
> be asked to provide more information about their pieces via an
> Internet interview, and their responses will be integrated into a
> series of critical essays that form the on-line exhibition.
>
> Send submissions (jpeg max 100 KB +/URL; artist statement; summarized
> cv in email body text) ASAP for consideration to
>
> digitalvisions@ontherundesign.com
>
>
> Deadline!!! March 06, 2005 at the listed email.
>
>
> Sylvia G. Borda, MFA
> Chair, Digital Visions Curatorial Committee
> Associate Researcher and Digital Arts Lecturer,
> Department of Art History, Studio Art and Theory
> University of British Columbia
> Vancouver, Canada
> digitalvisions@ontherundesign.com


OPPORTUNITY

Digital Visions CALL www.ontherundesign.com


Deadline:
Mon Feb 21, 2005 00:00

Digital Visions is seeking artists for a juried exhibition coordinated by emerging artists and curators at the University of British Columbia

The exhibition committee is interested in work that occupies alternate spaces (whether through physical, virtual, electronic, new media, network, performative or other related designations). The Digital Visions committee works with artists in discussing and assembling a database of information about current and past artist driven projects in an attempt to archive and preserve time-based, transitional and/or ephemeral artworks.

See past Digital Visions exhibitions at www.ontherundesign.com

This curatorial program and exhibition managed by Sylvia Grace Borda, Associate Researcher and Lecturer at UBC, distinguishes itself through a nationally and internationally recognized program of thought-provoking exhibitions that stimulate reflection, inquiry and debate on current practices in contemporary art.

More about the exhibition’s curatorial process is carried out online, with invited artists being interviewed by an assigned curator and select works being presented as visual documents or online information portals/net artworks/URLs. All participating artists will be asked to provide more information about their pieces via an Internet interview, and their responses will be integrated into a series of critical essays that form the on-line exhibition.

Send submissions (jpeg max 100 KB +/URL; artist statement; summarized cv in email body text) ASAP for consideration to

digitalvisions@ontherundesign.com

Deadline!!! March 03, 2005 at the listed email.

Sylvia G. Borda, MFA
Chair, Digital Visions Curatorial Committee
Associate Researcher and Digital Arts Lecturer,
Department of Art History, Studio Art and Theory
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, Canada
digitalvisions@ontherundesign.com


EVENT

Digital Visions Net Art Call


Dates:
Mon Jan 26, 2004 00:00 - Tue Jan 27, 2004

Digital Visions is a juried virtual on-line exhibition co-ordinated by emergent artists and curators at the University of British Columbia, Canada.

This is an opportunity for artists to show new or experimental new media, online and digital artworks in Canada. The Digital Vision committee would like to invite artists to submit work for review by February 28, 2004. Late submissions may be considered until March 5, 2004.

All selected artists will be featured in an online catalogue. Please see submission guidelines at

http://www.ontherundesign.com/


OPPORTUNITY

Digital Visions - Submission call


Deadline:
Mon Feb 17, 2003 00:00

Digital Visions is a juried virtual on-line exhibition co-ordinated by emergent artists and students at the University of British Columbia, Canada.

The Digital Vision committee would like to invite artists to submit work for review by March 5th, 2003. Late submissions may be considered until March 10th, 2003.

***See http://www.ontherundesign.com for full details ***

The committee is reviewing new media works in various categories. Please feel free to submit ideas, concepts or proposals about forthcoming work in relationship to the themes presented listed in the guidelines. But please keep in mind your work must be finished by the time you hear back from us.

We are looking for art that criticizes digital art and its limitations in several key areas. These include but are not exclusive to:

*Digital critique and parody
*Interactive technologies
*Going beyond boundaries