Archive for the ‘General’ Category

  • 04.22.2010

    ARTIFICIAL SELECTION

    516 ARTS announces Artificial Selection, a group exhibition bringing together art, science, myth and technology. It examines contemporary artists’ responses to the processes of adaptation, mutation and survival when the natural order distinguishing species or machine becomes less distinct.

  • 04.22.2010

    FutureEverything

    The full programme for the 2010 FutureEverything conference is now out. The best and most ambitious yet, presenting the world’s best speakers under conference themes of ImagineEverything, Unlimited Connectivity, Open Data and The City Experiment. 12-15 May 2010, Manchester, England. Obtain your festival passes now here: http://futureeverything.org/tickets The FutureEverything conference will take you on a […]

  • 04.21.2010
  • 04.20.2010

    Stephen Wilson :: Art + Science Now

    Art + Science Now, the first illustrated survey of its kind, provides a dazzling overview of this new strand of contemporary art, showcasing the best international work produced since 2000. Featuring around 250 artists from around the world, it presents projects from body art to bioengineering, from music and computer-controlled video performances to large-scale visual […]

  • 04.13.2010

    Anti/Surveillance Fashion Show at Maker Faire

    The Anti/Surveillance Fashion Show at the upcoming Maker Faire in San Mateo. Anti/Surveillance is a runway show exploring the uses of wearables for surveillance, and for hiding from surveillance. Thet are currently accepting submissions for participation in the show.

  • 04.12.2010
  • 04.08.2010

    In-Site Toronto

    In-Site Toronto is a series of six new art commissions that are available to the public through the free community wifi network operated by Wireless Toronto, the Greater Toronto Area community wireless internet network. Artists Jeremy Bailey, Brian Joseph Davis, Dave Dyment, Willy Le Maitre, Fedora Romita, and Swintak have created new artworks that will […]

  • 04.06.2010

    How do ants know what to do?

    With a dusty backhoe, a handful of Japanese paint markers and a few students in tow, Deborah Gordon digs up ant colonies in the Arizona desert in search of keys to understanding complex systems. TED: Ideas Worth Spreading

  • 03.30.2010

    Synthetic Aesthetics

    Calling synthetic biologists, artists, designers… final day to apply for Synthetic Aesthetics residencies.

  • 03.30.2010

    Seven on Seven

    Seven on Seven will pair seven leading artists with seven game-changing technologists in teams of two, and challenge them to develop something new –be it an application, social media, artwork, product, or whatever they imagine– over the course of a single day. The seven teams will unveil their ideas at a one-day event at the […]