Troyano Collective's presentation at Calit2/CRCA, which originally took place on May 29th is now online.
Direct link to realplayer: http://rpvss.ucsd.edu:8080/ramgen/calit2/TroyanoCRCA.rm
I would like to thank CRCA and Calit2, in particular Helena Bistrow, Todd Margolis, Toshiro Yamada, and Matthews, Alexander, as well as CRCA's director Sheldon Brown for their ongoing support with my research.
Info about Troyano below: -----
TROYANO Collective presents their publication Art and Digital Culture
The Chilean Collective TROYANO will present their recent bilingual publication, Art and Digital Culture, at CRCA on UCSD campus, on Tuesday, May 29th 4-7 PM in the Main Auditorium in Atkinson Hall.
TROYANO's members, Alejandro Albornoz, Ignacio Nieto, Italo Tello and Ricardo Vega, will discuss their past projects which have made possible their recent publication. Moderator for the panel is Eduardo Navas.
TROYANO is an artist collective from Chile which formed in 2005 to do interdisciplinary research on art and digital culture. Their recent publication, Art and Digital Culture, brought together work from contributors as diverse as artists and theorists from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Italy, Mexico, the Netherlands, Russia, Slovenia, and the U.S. This publication grew out of two major conferences TROYANO organized in 2005 and 2006 with the support of the Spanish Cultural Center and the Museum of Contemporary art in Santiago, Chile: Elena (2005) and Updating, Art and Technology (2006).
TROYANO's presentations in Southern California are made possible by the joint efforts of:
Telic Arts Exchange (http://www.telic.info ) The UCLA Latin American Center (http://www.international.ucla.edu/lac) The interdisciplinary working group, Visiones: Art & Activism in the Americas The Center for Research in Computing in the Arts (http://crca.ucsd.edu ) at CALIT2 (http://www.calit2.net ) UCSD Center for Iberian and Latin American Studies (http://cilas.ucsd.edu/)
The publication of Art & Digital Culture and Troyano¹s travel arrangements are made possible thanks to a generous grant from the Chilean government.