TINT
Since 2009
Works in London United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

BIO
TINT is an interdisciplinary media arts organisation. Dedicated to the display of art which is derived from, and reflects upon the intersections of technology and culture. As an artist run organisation our core intentions are concerned with the support of artistic collaboration, acting as a point of juncture for artists working within the fields of science and technology. We assist in pursuing and establishing collaborations with scientists, theorists, artists and other practitioners. Our program of exhibitions and events support an experimentation of media and interactive arts, encouraging audiences to participate, explore and create!
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EVENT

Call for Feedback: TINT Arts Lab


Dates:
Mon Jul 05, 2010 00:00 - Mon Jul 05, 2010

Over the past month, 8 artists have be blogging their projects on the TINT Arts Lab, an online residency space, whilist receiving ongoing critical and engaging feedback to their projects! So far the discussions have been very informative and have been an incredibly interesting window into the creation of a new piece of media art!

The project will finish in two weeks on the 19th July 2010!

Please take the time to look at the projects and please don't hesitate to get involved, critical but fair feedback to the artist’s projects is highly appreciated by everyone involved!

This Belongs To by Glittermouse
Jonestown Periphery by Aaron Oldenburg
Mechanical Components by Stuart Dunbar
The Unemployed by Jody Zellen
Colour Data Processing by Lossless Processing + Error
On the Materiality of the Image by Eleana Louka
Relation Alterations by Lauren McCarthy
Virtual Assistance by Andrew Norman Wilson

Please find more information on the arts lab website: http://lab.tintarts.org.
Keep informed of residencies new postings and comments by subscribing to our feed://lab.tintarts.org/feed/tintartslabaggregator. Also at twitter/tintarts!

TINT arts lab:
The TINT Arts Lab is a platform that offers invited artists a space to present a new project in the form of a self contained blog. Its motivation is to nurture an open and public discussion of the projects concept, context, development, presentation and documentation between the artists, a core team of commentators, which include Michael Demers, Susan Elizabeth Ryan, Greg J. Smiths and Pau Waelder and also the interested media arts community (that’s you!). Please don’t shy away to express your own thoughts. The arts lab is in its first season and we see it in a beta phase.

Born out of curiosity it shall remain an open platform in constant change. A probe that will help to learn more about media arts and its motivations, modes of production, documentation, and reception in an age of crowd-sourced networked complexity.

http://lab.tintarts.org


EVENT

TINT Arts lab moves into its third week!


Dates:
Wed Jun 23, 2010 00:00 - Wed Jun 23, 2010

TINT Arts Lab!

About
The TINT Arts Lab is a platform that offers invited artists a space to present a new project in the form of a self contained blog. Its motivation is to nurture an open and public discussion of the projects concept, context, development, presentation and documentation between the artists, a core team of commentators, which include; Michael Demers, Susan Elizabeth Ryan, Greg J. Smiths and Pau Waelder and also the interested media arts community (that’s you!). Please don’t shy away to express your own thoughts. Critical but fair feedback to the artist’s projects and the arts lab in general is highly appreciated. The arts lab is in its first season and we see it in a beta phase.

Born out of curiosity it shall remain an open platform in constant change. A probe that will help to learn more about media arts and its motivations, modes of production, documentation, and reception in an age of crowd-sourced networked complexity.

Projects
Since the start of the residencies the artists have presented each project proposal, gained feedback and responded to a host of questions. Going forward the residencies have started to move their projects to the next stage, defining their concepts and realizing there projects outcome! Please join our residents in this important part of their journey towards a new piece of work:

This Belongs To by Glittermouse
A public participation project launched by Glittermouse in which contributors use light and shadows to temporarily claim spaces.

Jonestown Periphery by Aaron Oldenburg
Aaron Oldenburg makes use of geo-coded video interviews to explore the (re-)representation of past and present places around Jonestown, Guyana.

Mechanical Components by Stuart Dunbar
Stuart Dunbar presents the concept and development of a musical sculpture that can engage in intimate interactions with the viewer.

The Unemployed by Jody Zellen
Unemployment statistics culled by Jody Zellen from all over the world will become aimless wanderer stopping only to occupy the curious.

Colour Data Processing by Lossless Processing + Error (Jordan Tate, Adam Tindale, Ryan Boatright)
Lossless Processing + Error are concerned with image sorting, accuracy of colour reproduction, and loops that compare reality and digital reproduction.

On the Materiality of the Image by Eleana Louka
Found images will be used by Eleana Louka to explore materiality of the digital in juxtaposition with the physicality of body.

Relation Alterations by Lauren McCarthy
Lauren McCarthy continues her Tool Series and integrates electronics into a table to investigate how objects can influence and mediate our social interactions.

Virtual Assistance by Andrew Norman Wilson
Andrew Norman Wilson will continue to use outsourcing strategies to investigate globalized labor, capital, and information.

Please find more information on the arts lab website:http://lab.tintarts.org. Keep informed of residencies new postings and comments by subscribing to our RSS feed.

Thanks
The TINT Team


EVENT

TINT Arts Lab Opens its Doors with its First Season!


Dates:
Tue Jun 08, 2010 00:00 - Tue Jun 08, 2010

We are delighted to announce our new TINT Arts Lab! Bringing TINT a signifying step forward to realise our core aims in fostering a strong, sustainable and questioning media arts community!

The TINT Arts Lab is a platform that offers invited artists a space to present a new project in the form of a self contained blog. Its motivation is to nurture an open and public discussion of the projects concept, context, development, presentation and documentation between the artists, a core team of commentators, which include; Michael Demers, Susan Elizabeth Ryan, Greg J. Smiths and Pau Waelder and also the interested media arts community (that’s you!). Please don’t shy away to express your own thoughts. Critical but fair feedback to the artist’s projects and the arts lab in general is highly appreciated. The arts lab is in its first season and we see it in a beta phase.

Born out of curiosity it shall remain an open platform in constant change. A probe that will help to learn more about media arts and its motivations, modes of production, documentation, and reception in an age of crowd-sourced networked complexity.

This week the Arts Lab has opened its doors, ready to run its first season. Please join our residents in their open ended journey towards a new piece of work:

This Belongs To by Glittermouse
A public participation project launched by Glittermouse in which contributors use light and shadows to temporarily claim spaces.

Jonestown Periphery by Aaron Oldenburg
Aaron Oldenburg makes use of geo-coded video interviews to explore the (re-)representation of past and present places around Jonestown, Guyana.

Mechanical Components by Stuart Dunbar
Stuart Dunbar presents the concept and development of a musical sculpture that can engage in intimate interactions with the viewer.

The Unemployed by Jody Zellen
Unemployment statistics culled by Jody Zellen from all over the world will become aimless wanderer stopping only to occupy the curious.

Colour Data Processing by Lossless Processing + Error (Jordan Tate, Adam Tindale, Ryan Boatright)
Lossless Processing + Error are concerned with image sorting, accuracy of colour reproduction, and loops that compare reality and digital reproduction.

On the Materiality of the Image by Eleana Louka
Found images will be used by Eleana Louka to explore materiality of the digital in juxtaposition with the physicality of body.

Relation Alterations by Lauren McCarthy
Lauren McCarthy continues her Tool Series and integrates electronics into a table to investigate how objects can influence and mediate our social interactions.

Virtual Assistance by Andrew Norman Wilson
Andrew Norman Wilson will continue to use outsourcing strategies to investigate globalized labor, capital, and information.

Please find more information on the arts lab website: http://lab.tintarts.org. Keep informed of residencies new postings and comments by subscribing to our RSS feed.

Thanks
The TINT Team


OPPORTUNITY

Call for Artists and Theorists to engage in a new collaborative media arts project: TINTarts Lab


Deadline:
Sun May 09, 2010 00:00

Location:
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

TINT opens its Arts Lab in May 2010 to provide an online platform for artists to present and develop ideas through critical feedback and open discourse. Based on a framework of constructive critique and knowledgeable support, participating artists are invited to explore their work within the boundaries of media art. Participating artists will be required that they develop their project in their own workspace, documenting their progress thoroughly at all stages from conceptional to realisation in a dedicated blog. With the labs focus on the documentation of these usually opaque processes we enable a dedicated team of artists, theorist and practitioners as well as the wider community to respond to the project and provide thereby the possibility for artistic development. Once all the first round projects are completed, they will be jointly presented in a TINT curated event in a London based venue.

Call for artists projects
Project proposals from artists and art groups that wish to realize an experimental media art projects, such as sonic, digital, code based, custom or hacked electronics art, and want to submit their projects to the arts lab’s supportive platform of constructive critique.

Begin: Mid of May 2010.
Duration: 4-6 Weeks.

Learn more about the labs structure on http://lab.tintarts.org/about/.

Please send a project outline (with sketches) and a CV to: lab@tintarts.org

Call for feedback by art historians, media theorists, artists, technicians, and all the other who might want to raise a voice.

The lab’s projects needs a continuous flow of comments and feedback to support the participating artists in their development. We’re looking for a small group of people to set up a team of regular commentators on all projects but also wish to establish a data base of interested people we could contact to give feedback on specific issues. All regular commentators will be promoted prominently on the lab’s web site.

Please send a short summary of your field of interests and a CV to lab@tintarts.org

Deadline for proposals and expressions of interest: 09 May 2010.
http://www.tintarts.org


OPPORTUNITY

TINTarts Lab


Deadline:
Sun May 09, 2010 00:00

TINT opens its Arts Lab in May 2010 to provide an online platform for artists to present and develop ideas through critical feedback and open discourse. Based on a framework of constructive critique and knowledgeable support, participating artists are invited to explore their work within the boundaries of media art. Participating artists will be required that they develop their project in their own workspace, documenting their progress thoroughly at all stages from conceptional to realisation in a dedicated blog. With the labs focus on the documentation of these usually opaque processes we enable a dedicated team of artists, theorist and practitioners as well as the wider community to respond to the project and provide thereby the possibility for artistic development. Once all the first round projects are completed, they will be jointly presented in a TINT curated event in a London based venue.

Call for artists projects
Project proposals from artists and art groups that wish to realize an experimental media art projects, such as sonic, digital, code based, custom or hacked electronics art, and want to submit their projects to the arts lab’s supportive platform of constructive critique.

Begin: Mid of May 2010.
Duration: 4-6 Weeks.

Learn more about the labs structure on http://lab.tintarts.org/about/.

Please send a project outline (with sketches) and a CV to: lab@tintarts.org

Call for feedback by art historians, media theorists, artists, technicians, and all the other who might want to raise a voice.

The lab’s projects needs a continuous flow of comments and feedback to support the participating artists in their development. We’re looking for a small group of people to set up a team of regular commentators on all projects but also wish to establish a data base of interested people we could contact to give feedback on specific issues. All regular commentators will be promoted prominently on the lab’s web site.

Please send a short summary of your field of interests and a CV to lab@tintarts.org

Deadline for proposals and expressions of interest: 09 May 2010.
http://www.tintarts.org