YZO Blog

  • 04.26.2010

    Too Cool For School Art & Science Fair

    Cell Phone Piano, part of a series of sculptures made from old discarded cell phones by Joe McKay. Each key on the keyboard is wired into a key on a cell phone – as you play, you are also dialing. FREE: Saturday, May 8, 12 – 4pm Brigantine Room, Harbourfront Centre 235 Queen’s Quay West, […]

  • 04.23.2010

    Panoramic Wifi Camera

    Panoramic Wifi Camera from Adam Somlai-Fischer on Vimeo. Wifi Camera reveals the electromagnetic space of our devices and the shadows that we create within such spaces, in particular our wifi networks which are increasingly found in coffee shops, offices and homes throughout cities of the developed world. We take real time “photos” of wifi space.

  • 04.23.2010

    STATUS UPDATE

    Image Credit: Cheryl Sourkes, BRB (Be Right Back), 2010. Courtesy of the artist. Status Update Curated by Shauna Thompson Annie Onyi Cheung, Melanie Lowe, Robert Lendrum and Matthew Williamson, Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins, Cheryl Sourkes Doris McCarthy Gallery University of Toronto Scarborough April 28 – May 19, 2010 Opening: Wednesday April 28, 6 to […]

  • 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 […]

  • 04.19.2010

    New Museum Merges Art + Tech Brains

    NY Times article on Rhizome’s Seven on Seven symposium.

  • 04.14.2010

    Bank on Art

    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 […]

  • 04.14.2010

    QUERY in situ and online art project

    DATES start for Application: April 12th, 2010 in situ project in Munich: May 13th – 15th, 2010 BACKGROUND This project consists of two parts. PART 1. > IN-SITU An installation in public space in Munich, Germany taking place in May 2010 together with screenings of posted input from Query-onlineart-project. Google Maps will be taken from […]