"Resumen de las nueve propuestas seleccionadas mediante convocatoria internacional para ser desarrolladas durante el taller de producción INTERACTIVOS'09: Ciencia de garaje, que tendrá lugar en Medialab-Prado entre el 28 de enero y el 14 de febrero."
The Social Media Jungle at the 2009 International CES brings to light how the advent of social media is changing the way we work and live. Sessions include state-of-the-industry updates and a candid look at how social media disrupts the workplace by empowering companies to lower burn rates. Plus, learn how companies can motivate consumers through social media to drive product sales without increasing costs.
Current schedule (as of Dec 28th, 2008)
8:30 - 9:00 - Real-Time Social Networking
9:00 - 9:20 - Welcome to the Jungle, Jeff Pulver
9:20 - 9:40 - Navigating the Social Media Seas, Chris Brogan
9:40 - 10:00 - Industry Perspective & Update, Jeremiah Owyang (via Skype Video)
10:00 - 10:20 - What to Look for in Social Media Platforms in 2009, Robert Scoble
10:20 - 10:40 - Social Media Reciprocity, Warren Whitlock
10:40 - 11:00 - Return on Social Media Investment, Ben Grossman
11:00 - 11:20 - [ break ]
11:20 - 11:40 - Learn, Baby, Learn: Turn Your Social Media Addiction Into An Asset!, Jeffrey Sass
11:40 - 12:00 - Social Media Principles, Chris Heuer
12:00 - 12:20 - Naked PR: What Marketers Need to Know in the Age of Social Media, Susan Etlinger
12:30 - 2:00 [Lunch Break]
2:00 - 2:30 - How Reporters Have to Think of Themselves as an Entrepreneur and a Publisher Using their Company as a Platform - Daniel Honigman and Kevin Sablan
2:30 - 3:00 - New Media Strategy in Challenging Times: Conquering the 3 Screen World: Dean Landsman and Howard Greenstein
3:00 - 3:20 - How Small Business can use Inbound Marketing/Social Media to Help Increase Their Business, Justin Levy
3:20 - 3:50 - The Convergence of CE and Social Media, Jeremy Toeman
3:50 - 4:10 - Managing Your Reputation While Being Genuine and Authentic Online, Dave Taylor
4:10 - 4:30 - How to Botch an Agency Briefing (No Matter How Cool You Think Your Product Is), David Berkowitz
4:30 - 4:50 [break]
4:50 - 5:10 - How Trust Drives Transactions During a Down Economy, Eric Weaver
5:10 - 5:30 - Transforming Unemployed BabyBoomers via Social Media, Carlos Hernandez
5:30 - Wrap up / End of Social Media Jungle
"LIGHT & FLUFFY
5th annual installation show!
Dec. 12, 2008 - Jan. 31, 2009"
Artists:Mary Patterson, Crystal Dorval, Ariel Rubin, Shawn O'Keefe, Ryan Thompson, Charlotte Campbell, Shawn Shepherd, Vena Cava, Karina Kalvatis, Denise Nicholls, GJ Pearson, Rev, Steph Harding, Michael L. Macdonald, Lyle Schultz, Steve Chmilar, Rachel Boult, Christen Lalonde, Dan Lombardi, Naomi Borisenko, Ty Danylchuk, Sean Brookes, Megan Boddy
Studio 16 1/2
"'Language Barrier' is an ongoing project by Alina and Jeff Bliumis, artists originally from the former Soviet Union. Site-specific installation 'Language Barrier' engages issues of immigration, assimilation and alienation among the various diasporic communities of lower Manhattan.
The artists selected five different sites in lower Manhattan, each selected for its contemporary and historical significance and intervene in various corridors with piles of foam 'dictionaries'.'Language Barrier' is an ongoing project by Alina and Jeff Bliumis, artists originally from the former Soviet Union.
Site-specific installation 'Language Barrier' engages issues of immigration, assimilation and alienation among the various diasporic communities of lower Manhattan. The artists selected five different sites in lower Manhattan, each selected for its contemporary and historical significance and intervene in various corridors with piles of foam 'dictionaries'."
::: Alina and Jeff Bliumis ::::
« Sixième sens, enveloppe sonore »"
« Le sixième sens, enveloppe sonore » est une installation composée en impression textile et a pour but de percevoir à l’aide d’un système d’enregistrement et de diffusion comportant six amplis des sons intra corporels.
KLDW is proud to present to Malaysia acclaimed international designers such as Chris Bosse, Stefan Sagmeister, Aya Kato, David Carson, Kuntzel+Deygas, Troika, IDN, Shun Kawakami, Tokyo Plastic, Studio4˚c, Jl design and Umeric amongst others who will be showcasing and discussing their work. Lectures, conferences and masterclasses held throughout the week will be thought provoking and challenging. Local and international designers will engage in discourse about the future trends of design, the endless possibilities of medium and technology, career possibilities and the design industry locally and internationally.
Some of the highlights of KLDW09 include the Maximum Minimalism conference, where designers discuss the evolution and aesthetics of Minimalism in design, and it's importance and function in today's globalized culture ,Deconstructing the Cities of Design, a forum for designers to deconstruct and share with the audience the design scene, culture and lifestyle that is unique to the city they come from and Super Motion Design Conference at MATIC , where the rapidly changing landscape of design, animation and motion graphics is discussed.
KUALA LUMPUR DESIGN WEEK 2009
October 11 to January 25, 2009
Women artists have played a significant role in the development of installation art, drawing materials from their domestic space and transforming them into Art."
"A recent acquisition is the installation Connecting at an Unknown Rate (2000) by Cecile Clayton-Gouthro, consisting of a projection and three dresses with matching head pieces each constructed from hundreds and hundreds of the a common clothing item–shoulder pads. The use of shoulder pads is a direct reference to the suits and dresses of "power" women in the 1980s and their predecessors in a "man's world" of the 1940s. Turned into quilt-like dresses these works clothed male and female dancers who performed a choreographic piece accompanied by a composed score when first exhibited and of which a documentation of this performance is projected on the Gallery walls. The entire work addresses issues of fashion, feminism, identity politics, art, women's labour, and craft.
Two works which share in the sensibility of Clayton-Gouthro's installation are by artist Naomi London. Orange Dress (1991) and Thinking Caps [blue] (1991) are from the artist's dysfunctional clothing series. Impossible to actually wear, (the caps are enormous; the dress lacks arm holes) the works themselves give rise to compelling and unsettling psychological realities and even sinister meanings. At first take these clothing items seem amusing but when worn the caps evoke references to torture and humiliation and the dress of containment and restraint.
All the artists included in this exhibition follow out of the traditions conceived in DADA, and Pop art, by sequestering a space in the real world (in this case the gallery) and designating it as scene for art, inviting you, the spectator to enter it. In many of the works exhibited the private world of the female artist is made public as the gallery is transformed from a series of blank walls to an area for play or contemplation. Through the acts of installing, combining, juxtaposing, sewing, canning, knitting, and so forth, the common object is transformed into Art."
The Winnipeg Art Gallery
In 2009, the second edition of India’s international art fair promises to be much larger; showcasing the most diverse range of modern and contemporary paintings, sculpture, photography, mix media, prints, drawings and video art by established and upcoming artists. With over 50 top galleries from India and the Asian region, showcasing alongside western galleries to offer the world, a rich and fulfilling art experience in India.
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Priska C. Juschka Fine Art is pleased to present Scotoma, Taras Polataiko’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. In this exhibition, Polataiko sparsely inserts recent life-size paintings of his own eyes into the fabricated walls of an otherwise empty room. Referencing the definition of scotoma - a spot in the visual field in which vision is absent or deficient - the installation subtly toys with concepts of observation and representation while being reinforced by an interactive performance.
Priska C. Juschka Fine Art
"Celebrating its 12th anniversary, the palmbeach3 contemporary art fair returns to the Palm Beach County Convention Center on January 15-18, 2009. This dynamic four-day event presents more than 80 galleries representing 16 countries from around the world offering highly sophisticated contemporary art, photography, video, installation art and design."
palmbeach3 contemporary art fair
Las instalaciones del artista plástico Leandro Erlich cuestionan la visión de la realidad mediante simulaciones y efectos ópticos. En su primera exposición individual en España, Erlich presenta uno de sus proyectos más ambiciosos: La Torre.
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía
"Media Arts Regrant Screening: works by Western New York Artists
Presented by the Carnegie Art Center at the Historic Riviera Theater
featuring works by Mark Barner, Holly Johnson & Meg Knowles, Howard Kim, Lewiston Council on the Arts, Julie Perini, Stephen Powell, and Seth Wochensky"
Past & Present: Remembering & Remaking History is a presentation of selected works by local media artists funded through the Carnegie Art Center in 2006 and 2007 via NYSCA's Electronic Media and Film program.
Carnegie Art Center
SLICK DESSIN 09
À l’occasion de la semaine du dessin à Paris qui rassemblera tous les spécialistes internationaux dans ce domaine de création, l’équipe de Slick est heureuse de vous annoncer l’organisation la seconde édition SLICK DESSIN, le cabinet de dessin de Slick.
Slick dessin du 10 au 14 avril 2008
In its second incarnation MASSIVE hopes to bring forward some of the most leading edge and forward producers of New Media Art from around the world. Using the computer as a creative tool, their inventive nature takes shape in cutting edge forms and ideas that expand our collectiveminds. Join us this year in the expansion of MASSIVE MEDIA pushing the boundaries which once limited artists and cultural thinkers of our time. Join music lovers and art enthusiasts everywhere as we celebrate the 2nd annual MASSIVE MEDIA 2009!
MySpace.com - MASSIVE MUSIC FESTIVAL - www.myspace.com/massivemusicfestival
Looking beyond the evolving alarmist scenarios of environmental catastrophe prevalent in the global warming debate, transmediale.09 shifts the focus of this challenge to the broader cultural, societal and philosophical consequences that the collapse of the northern ice barrier reveals. Are we about to reach another historically succinct moment of unavoidable and revolutionary change, a point of no return leading to an unforeseeable global transformation akin to the fall of the Berlin Wall 20 years ago? Will it be a time in which we realise that everything will be different, without knowing how everything will be different?