The painting will be on view at Limner through March 1. Hudson Gallery
The painting will be on view at Limner through March 1. Hudson Gallery
The 10th International CSTB’2008 Exhibition and Conference covers Eastern Europe pay-TV and broadband communications market. More than 350 Russian and foreign companies will present their newest technologies and innovative solutions this anniversary year. CSTB’2008 Conference will traditionally discuss trends and development prospects of Russian and World TV markets.
ETech 2008: Home — O'Reilly Conferences
"At the 2008 version of ETech, the O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference, we'll take a wide-eyed look at the brand new tech that's tweaking how we are seen as individuals, how we choose to channel and divert our energy and attention, and what influences our perspective on the world around us:"
The Human Futures programme is structured around three main areas: My Body, and My MindMy World. The interconnection between these areas unites us, and through Human Futures, FACT aims to activate us all to think about the fundamental changes coming our way in our mental capacities and relationship to the body and the environments we inhabit.
Linked to each area will be a major exhibition, special screenings, public talks and practical workshops which will encourage discussion and debate on the social, psychological and emotional consequences of living in a digital and technologically networked society.
Towards the end of 2008, a publication and symposium will draw together the whole year of events and community involvement to engage public and professionals in discussion and debate around the Human Futures research questions of: Who am I? Who are you? Who are we?
How will technology affect human experience and awareness? What is the role of art and creative technology in shaping human futures?
The year at FACT closes with the focus on young people, the hope and guardians of our human futures; their games and creations may be virtual today - but could be our reality tomorrow.
This is a brief introduction to our programme: more will be revealed in 2008. In the meantime I hope you enjoy finding out about what's happening at FACT and that you'll be a part of our Human Futures adventure.
8 - 9 February
Location: Screen 3
Jens Hauser (DE / FR)
Stelarc (AU) - www.stelarc.va.com.au
Stéphane Dumas (FR)
ORLAN (FR / USA) - www.orlan.net
Richard Cavell (CA)
Nicole Karafyllis (DE)
Oron Catts (FIN / AU) & Ionat Zurr (UK /AU): Tissue Culture & Art Project
Nicolas Langlitz (DE)
Claudia Benthien (DE)
Siân Ede (UK)
Neal White: The Office of Experiments (UK)
Jill Scott (AU / CH)
InterAccess pleased to present IA25: Mapping a Practice of Media Art, an exhibition celebrating the 25th anniversary of Canada's first and premier gallery and production facility devoted exclusively to electronic media art. This exhibition features artists and curators whose contributions to InterAccess both make up, and reflect, the centre's rich history. Please join us for this special opening on Friday, January 25th at 8pm to commemorate twenty-five years of media art in Toronto.
INTER(PR)AXIS: Mapping a practice of media art
January 26, 2008 - OCAD , Toronto - FREE EVENT
Organized by Nina Czegledy
Presented by: InterAccess, York University Department of Film's Norman Jewison Series, the Ontario College of Art & Design and OCAD's mobile digital project, Portage: The Canadian Mobile Experience.
Inter(PR)Axis is a free one day conference addressing the historical context, current practice and future directions of media art in Toronto and beyond, as a parallel event with the InterAccess exhibition IA25: Mapping a Practice of Media Art. Conference panelists from the Ontario College of Art & Design and York University - many of whom have been integral to the development of InterAccess over the past 25 years - will reflect on the historical and contemporary context of Canadian media art, as traced through these two important educational programs, the surrounding community, and the innovative activities of InterAccess, Canada's first and premier centre for electronic art. Keynote speaker Machiko Kusahara, whose research ranges from the history of Japanese automata to device art, will address these issues in terms of current international media art practices.Keynote Speaker:
Machiko Kusahara, Ph.D Media Scholar/Curator, Waseda University, Tokyo.
Mike Darroch, Patricio Davila, Judith Doyle, Anna Friz, Paula Gardner, Simone Jones, Janine Marchessault, David McIntosh, Jim Ruxton, Geoffrey Shea, Nell Tenhaaf, Norman White.
Nina Czegledy, John Greyson, Michael Longford.
GameSpy: Site Goes Live For Voting on the 10th Annual Independent Games Festival Awards:
"All video game fans invited to download eligible finalist games and vote on their favorite; voting open through February 20, when winners are presented with $2,500 at the GDC."
DLD Conference - Digital, Life, Design
DLD (Digital, Life, Design) is Europe's conference for the 21st century, covering digital innovation, science and culture and bringing together thought leaders from Europe, the Middle-East, America and Asia. The three-day event is chaired by publisher Hubert Burda and investor Joseph Vardi and hosted by Stephanie Czerny and Marcel Reichart.
DLD08 is scheduled for January 20-22, 2008 at HVB Forum in Munich, Germany.
you are the record company
"The music industry is all about fences. Those who are on the inside, and those who are on the outside. SellaBand wants to break down all the fences. Everybody with a passion for music can be on the inside. It's your music. It's your choice."
January 19, 2008 - March 02, 2008
Talk with Curator Janet Jones and artist James Gillespie at 2:00 pm Saturday, January 19 with reception following.
Free admission opening day.
Curated by Janet Jones. In collaboration with the McMaster Museum of Art and the Kelowna Art Gallery - Canada
Re-Mediations features photo-media works and video projections by Stephen Foster (Kelowna) and James Gillespie (Toronto) that comment on how the media represents us.
Using the form of media spectacle to comment on itself, Stephen Foster, a Haida Metis, and James Gillespie, of European descent, each confront from different racial and cultural positions how a dominant European culture has marginalized and silenced the ''other''. While using very contemporary technologies, their works consistently reference history. These provocative images reveal much about our current world, including that an understanding of our past is crucial to our present. They prompt us to question our everyday responses to issues of race, region and class and help to open up dialogue on post-colonial issues."
27 febbraio 2008 - Sessione Plenaria
La mattina del 27 febbraio si aprirà alle ore 10.00.
* Saluto di apertura
* Relazione introduttiva di Stefano Venturi, Amministratore Delegato Cisco Italia e Vice President Cisco Systems Inc.
* Gli investimenti in innovazione in Italia e in Europa - Prof. Giacomo Vaciago, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano
* Panel di discussione sul tema: Collaborare, Innovare, Crescere.
- Giorgio Bertolina - Amministratore Delegato, Italtel
- Francesco Casoli - Presidente, Elica
- Roberto Colaninno - Presidente e Amministratore Delegato Gruppo Piaggio
- Elio Fiorucci - Ideatore e Fondatore, Love Therapy
- Luigi Gubitosi - Amministratore Delegato, Wind
- Alessandro Mondini Branzi - Amministratore Delegato, Nokia
- Marco Roveda - Presidente, Lifegate
- Corrado Sciolla - Amministratore Delegato, BT
- Telecom Italia
leggi tutto il programma 26-27 febbraio 2008
Etichette: ciscoexpo 2008
The art organisation Tagging Art has invited nine Danish and international artists to create works that explore and try out Second Life as a platform, context and framework for art from a critical point of view. Most of the virtual artworks are at the same time being exhibited in their physical form in varying exhibitions in u.l.k. at The National Museum of Art.
next participating Artists and the date for their exhibitions:
January, 18.th – 29.th Launching 18.th at 4-6pm
Mogens Jacobsen (I/DK) and Sachiko Hayashi (JP/SE).
February, 1. st– 12.th Launching 1.st at 4-6pm
Kristoffer Gansing (SE/DK), Linda Hilfling (DK/NL) and Ida Grøn (DK/UK).
February, 15.th – 26.th februar Launching 15.th at 4-6pm
Jan Northoff (DE) and Nis Rømer (DK).
February, 29.th – March, 11.th Launching 29.th at 4-6
Annette Finnsdottir (IS/DK) and Maria Lavman Vetö (SE)
Etichette: second life