Posts Tagged ‘Public Space’
Natalie Jeremijenko’s Environmental Health Clinic at NYU puts art to work, and addresses environmental woes by combining engineering know-how with public art and a team of volunteers. These real-life experiments include: Walking tadpoles, texting “fish,” planting fire-hydrant gardens and more.
Bank on Art – Call for Submissions + Locations Bank on Art features artworks produced by contemporary artists on the display screens of functional ATM bank machines in Toronto. Call for Submissions – ongoing deadline Visit bankonart.net to submit Bank on Art ATM locations in Toronto: • Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 12 Alexander Street […]
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 […]
Produced by Year Zero One and curated by Michelle Kasprzak, In-Site Toronto is a series of newly commissioned work presented on the portal pages of several wireless internet hotspots in the Wireless Toronto network. Artists Dave Dyment, Swintak, Jeremy Bailey, Fedora Romita, Willy Le Maitre and Brian Joseph Davis have created works that will be […]
FORÊT/FOREST: 8th Manifestation Internationale of Champ Libre CALL FOR WORKS / PROJECTS OF MICROARCHITECTURE AND OF NEW MEDIA ART OPENED TO CREATORS & TO PARTNERS WORKING IN THE FIELDS OF ART, ARCHITECTURE, NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND PUBLIC SPACE SUBMISSION DEADLINE DATE: MARCH 1st, 2008 more info: http://www.champlibre.com/foret/uk/index.htm
Dubious Views Questioning Institutional Representations in Tourism and Cartography Curators: Michelle Kasprzak, Michael Alstad, Shawn Micallef The artists discussed in the Dubious Views online exhibition address the role of the “institution” in terms of its effect on the understanding of place. It is examined in relationship to the tourism industry, and in the context of […]
Passage Oubli is an interactive artwork allowing the public to send messages to a touchscreen kiosk located in Toronto Pearson’s International Airport. Messages received are animated along flight trajectories on a map featuring airports involved in rendition flights.
Call for Submissions – PLAY/GROUNDS a new festival of site-specific installation work in Parkdale Deadline: Friday June 22, 2007 The festival seeks to challenge popular notions of public space, and to explore how diverse populations creatively relate with and within the shared spaces of their community. Parkdale is one of Toronto�s most diverse neighbourhoods, with […]