The Collision Collective presents Collision 9
Opening Reception: Friday, January 27th, 2006, 6 - 9pm
January 27th through February 12
Curated By: jackbackrack, Dan Paluska, Brian Knep
Artists include Burak Arikan, Ernesto Arroyo, Lenardo Bonanni, Joe Dahmen, Philip Decamp, Ammon Embry-Pelrine, Mike Everett, Chris Fitch, Amber Fridjimenez, Rob Gonsalves, John Hart, Jackbackrack, Heather Knight, Brian Knoth, Nick Knouf, Georgina Lewis, Christine Liu, Elizabeth Marley, Dan Roe, Gemma Shusterman, Erica Von Schilgen, William Tremblay, and Ryan Wartena.
Collisions are a showcase of envelope-pushing artwork in an interactive workshop/laboratory format. The artwork often involves never before tried technologies, concepts and installation approaches. It is an opportunity for Collision colluders to experiment and show new ideas and techniques and to discuss their work with and gather feedback from the public.
Da 18 gennaio al 28 febbraio tutti gli amanti di cinema che vorranno mettere alla prova le proprie capacità di sceneggiatori, potranno inviare un soggetto comico di non più di 1.800 battute collegandosi al sito del concorso Playthelab. Avranno così la possibilità di partecipare al concorso permetterà all’unico vincitore di godere di una borsa di studio per uno dei corsi organizzati dallo IED, Istituto Europeo di Design.
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Centre d'Art Santa Mònica, Barcelone, Espagne.
Days of Bioart ’06 16th - 17th February Centre d’Art Santa Mònica
*Faculty of Biology of the University of Barcelona
**Days of Bioart’06 is a series of presentations, workshops, debates and space for consultation about biological and living art with some of the pioneer artists, curators and critics in the field.The event offers a unique opportunity to engage with artistic activities that investigate various aspects of life sciences from a wide range of perspectives.
Participants:Andy Gracie [hostprods], Oron Catts & Ionat Zurr (Tissue Culture and Art Project), José Eugenio Marchesi, Jens Hauser, Antonio Cerveira Pinto, María Jesús Buxó
*Symbiotica Tissue Engineering Workshop, previous registration, limited places
Fee 100€, concessions 75€**Seminar, free entrance
More information available:
ART TECH MEDIA 06 is a Meeting of Artists, Museum Directors, Art Centres,Media Lab, Thinkers, Curators, Gallery owners, Collectors, Cultural Agents,Politicians and Society, in many cases, confused by the methods and conceptswhich are so different from the traditional ways of producing of art, itsexhibition, collecting, and way of contemplating.ART TECH MEDIA 06 was born with the intention of reflecting, analyzing andviewing art produced using new technologies in Spain within an internationalcontext, and the impact that our polyhedric altered reality has on theirwidespread use.It will be developed in different sections: Lectures, Round Tables, officialannouncements for video artists from all over the world, and exhibitions inthe participating venues.
ART TECH MEDIA 06OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
Calling on all artists of the world to participate in ART TECH MEDIA 06 andexhibit their works in a variety of Spanish Museums.Artworks will be accepted from the following categories: - Video art - Net-art - Computer Animation
ENTRY All submissions must be received by February 15th, 2006.
Spain - The Canary Islands (Tenerife) . From March 13th to 18th, 2006.
- Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Unión Fenosa (A Coruña): From March 23rd toApril 23rd, 2006. - Museo Da2 (Salamanca ): From March 27th to April 2nd, 2006 .
- Museo Vasco Artium (Vitoria ): From April 4th to 9th, 2006 .
- BilbaoArte (Bilbao): From April 17th to 23rd, 2006.
- Centro Párraga (Murcia): Del 8 al 21 de mayo.
- Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (Madrid): october, 2006.
- Other Museums not confirmed yetPRESENTATION ART TECH MEDIAFERIA DE ARTE CONTEMPORÁNEO ARCO9th february 2006. 18 to 19.30 hTHE ASSEMBLY HALLSala N-1151st. floor of Centro de Convenciones Norteartechmedia@artechmedia.net
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – 312 Online 312 seeks artist videos to exhibit online.
There are no thematic restrictions, however, no commercial productions or music videos will be considered. This is a year-round open call. We’re flexible. 312 welcomes submissions from emerging and established artists.
The work should look good at a reduced size of 320 x 256 pixels. The work should not rely on small details that could be lost with reduction (ie. no subtitles that will be illegible at a small size). Duration: Up to 5 minutes. Work is accepted via snail mail or online. For specifics, see below.
SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS:SNAIL MAIL: Send only NTSC miniDV, VHS or DVD. No PAL, please. Please ensure that your DVD+/-R works on a conventional home player. Please include an Artist Statement, Brief Bio (50-100 words), CV, Video Description, and SASE. Do not send submissions in fibre-filled envelopes.
ONLINE: Submit through 312’s Contact page. Copy and paste your Artist Statement, Brief Bio (50-100 words), CV, and Video Description from your word processor into the message box. Also include web addresses leading to online videos (no email attachments are possible through our website, and we don’t want attachments anyway). Quicktime format only.
DEADLINE: Ongoing, year-round.
We intend to exhibit a new video online every 4-6 weeks.
Artists originally from or currently residing in Atlantic Canada are greatly encouraged to submit work.
We cannot offer artist fees at this time.
Send to:Attn: 312312-14 Beothuck Cres.,Corner Brook, NLA2H 6A6
312 is an alternative video exhibition space housed in the small foyer of an apartment. Showcasing one channel video work on a television, 312 offers the visitor an intimate experience—a relaxing chair, a set of headphones (or speakers for two people) and video art. It’s homey, it’s small, and it’s for video. 312 Online is our computer desk extension of our homey space, allowing you to access video art from the comfort of your home, or work, or wherever you may be…
NOTE: No installations, no paintings, and no sculptures unless on one channel video. No bad attitudes either.
• Sally or the Bubble Burst by Toni Dove, an interactive video installation using speech recognition and synthesis to allow visitors to interact with a virtual character based on the 1930s fan and bubble dancer, Sally Rand.
• Soft Cinema: Navigating the Database by Lev Manovich and Andreas Kratky, which features three database-driven films -- Mission to Earth (2003-2004), Texas (2002) and Absences (2004) -- that use software to create movies by selecting and editing media from a database.
• ScruTiny in the Great Round (1995), a CD-ROM by Tennessee Rice Dixon, a slow-moving and interactive collage about birth and marriage that uses sound, poetry and imagery of artifacts and symbols from cultures throughout history. Dixon's book that inspired the CD-ROM is included in the show.
• Medicinal Craft of Cephalopods, Recollections of a Somnambulist and A Short History of the Bezoar Stone, three hybrid works by media artist Paul Catanese made for the Game Boy Advance.
mnartists.org is pleased to announce the launch of access+ENGAGE, a biweekly arts e-journal featuring artwork, interviews, commentary, and events that will highlight innovative work from artists and organizations based throughout the state.
access+ENGAGE will provide arts enthusiasts a hand-picked selection of upcoming events from around the state, art by Minnesota luminaries and emerging artists alike, and insightful cultural commentary from both national and regionally-based critics, curators, fans and artists. Reflecting the diversity of artists registered on mnartists.org, the e-journal will feature compelling arts stories from all disciplines—visual arts, performing arts, literary arts, music, new media, design, and architecture.
In this way, access+ENGAGE will give an inviting overview of the fantastically rich Minnesota art world and will also serve as an entry point and guide for the full online experience of the “radical democracy” that is mnartists.org!
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