Archive for 2011

  • 10.21.2011

    Strategic Arts Initiative 2.0

    Doug Back, Carl Hamfelt, Laura Kikauka, David Rokeby, Graham Smith, and Norman White InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre, Toronto, and V2_Institute for the Unstable Media, Rotterdam Presented in conjunction with McLuhan 100 and McLuhan in Europe 2011. Toronto hours: InterAccess: Thursday and Friday 12pm-6pm (live link to Rotterdam 3:00-6:00pm only) Saturday 9am-7pm (live with Rotterdam […]

  • 06.27.2011

    Alan Turing Documentary

    Alan Turing was a complicated and eccentric genius – a man ahead of his time. In the 1930s, this British mathematician envisioned a digital world few others could imagine. During World War II, he broke the German naval Enigma code and helped Britain defeat the Nazis. As the father of computer science and a leading […]

  • 06.15.2011

    camping :: queer digital activism for palestine

    Queers Against Israeli Apartheid (QuAIA) presents CAMPING: Queer Digital Activism for Palestine Thurs June 16, 7pm – Beit Zatoun 612 Markham YZO board member John Greyson joins bh Yael, Elle Flanders, Cathy Gulkin, Alexis Mitchell in a panel/screening moderated by Richard Fung. followed by World Premiere of Alexis Mitchell’s CAMP, a 3-part video essay exploring […]

  • 05.31.2011

    SynSoma

    June 3 – 12, 2011 Robyn Moody + Steve Daniels *Hotshot Gallery Curated by Michael Alstad + Camille Turner Subtle Technologies Festival Join us for the Exhibition Opening – June 4, 7pm-9pm! SynSoma is an exhibition of kinetic works which explore the relationship between the artificial and organic through subtle mechanical mimicry of natural systems. […]

  • 04.27.2011

    Montreal Biennale :: Electronic Arts

    The online exhibition forming the Electronic arts component of the BNL MTL 2011 will feature the work of six renowned web-based artists: Mark Amerika, Gregory Chatonsky, Alison Graighead, Jhave, Martine Neddam and Jon Thompson. It will seek not only new ways of exploring the relationship between chance and digital technology, but also to solicit novel […]

  • 04.10.2011

    Let’s Talk Net Art

    Josephine Bosma’s, Nettitudes
, Let’s Talk Net Art will be launched 14th of April at De Balie in Amsterdam at 20:30 hrs. Design: Studio Léon & Loes, Paperback, 272 pages, 14 x 21 cm
, English edition, ISBN 978-90-5662-800-0, € 23.50. In association with the NAi Publsihers, available from April 2011 Sarah Cook and Bart Rutten are […]

  • 03.14.2011

    Identités précaires Cycle « Side Effects »

    Identités précaires Cycle « Side Effects » Une exposition collective sur la question de l’anonymat et de l’identité comme phénomène instable 10 mars 2011 — 15 septembre 2011 Commissaire : Christophe Bruno La réification et le codage de l’ensemble des relations humaines — écho de la surveillance et de l’archivage généralisés de la moindre trace […]

  • 03.14.2011

    NEW NARRATIVES FOR URBAN SCREENS

    YORK FILM DOWNTOWN & THE NORMAN JEWISON SERIES 2010-11 PRESENTS NEW NARRATIVES FOR URBAN SCREENS March 17th, 2011 – Free – Bell Lighbox 350, King Street West, Toronto A FUTURE CINEMA LAB PRESENTATION Media Artists working with a range of public screens explore how narrative has been revolutionized by new story platforms. Speakers: Camille Turner, […]

  • 03.03.2011

    NETWORKS (cells & silos)

    Curator: Geraldine Barlow Monash University Museum of Art Caulfield Campus 1 February – 16 April 2011 NETWORKS (cells & silos) explores connections between artistic representations of networks; patterns and structures found in nature; and the rapidly evolving field of network science, communications and human relations. We live between the paradigms of network, cell and silo, […]

  • 02.27.2011

    Immaterials: Light painting WiFi

    Immaterials: Light painting WiFi from Timo on Vimeo. This project explores the invisible terrain of WiFi networks in urban spaces by light painting signal strength in long-exposure photographs. A four-metre long measuring rod with 80 points of light reveals cross-sections through WiFi networks using a photographic technique called light-painting.