:: Friday, May 13, 2005 ::

Tomorrow, a live performance by Christian Coyarzun. Live from Chile. Click on the sessions link below for more information. Other links provide information of sponsors.


19.30 hrs
Casa de La Cultura

El proyecto será presentado en vivo en el contexto de BIENAL DE VIDEO EN REGIONES, actividad realizada con la colaboración de la Universidad del Mar en el marco del Día de las Artes Visuales.
Proyecto financiado con aportes del
Fondo de Desarrollo de las Artes y la Cultura
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:: Thursday, May 12, 2005 ::
Calling All Video Artists!

TekniVids looking for screen-based video art and animation works to shown through out different locations around Melbourne, Australia as part of Teknikunst 2005.

TekniKunst is a media arts festival that exposes art which uses electronic media and contemporary digital technology as a medium or subject matter. This year our program will showcase multi-disciplinary manifestations of digital art/media art exhibitions, interactive installations, web-based creations, animations and other screen based experimentations, electronic music and sound compositions, amongst panel discussions and parties. For three weeks in August 2005 TekniKunst will expose and promote the many innovations that make up contemporary electronic art.

Please follow the web link for more information and application details:
Or email: antuong@teknikunst.com

Deadline: June 10th, 2005
Format: DVD or Mini-Dv, PAL
Duration: Maximum of 10 minutes
Post: Antuong Nguyen, TekniKunst Inc, PO BOX 8410, Armadale, VIC, Australia 3143
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Wigged Productions an organization dedicated to making new and innovative art more accessible through broadcast and Web-based presentations is pleased to showcas online Kristen Baumli=E9r's video, Antenna. A link to the video can be found on Wigged's homepage.

Ohio-based artist, Kristen Baumli=E9r uses both new and antiquated technologies to create new meanings. Her piece, Antenna is a three-minute video that explores issues regarding communication devices in contemporary society. Baumli=E9r states, "In my work, I experiment with electricity and technology. I aim to present questions about the hi-tech devices that are increasingly a part of our daily lives."
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CURATOR (New Media)

Based in Liverpool, European Capital Of Culture 2008, FACT is dedicated to the support, development and presentation of artists' work in film, video and new media.

We are seeking an inspired individual with extensive experience of curating new media.

Working within the Exhibitions Team, you will be developing programming ideas, commissioning artists and delivering across a range of exhibition platforms, including galleries, offsite and online.

In addition to generating exciting and innovative programme, you will possess the skills to convey your passion of new media to a range of diverse audiences.

For an application pack please contact:

Sheindal Cohen
Email: admin@fact.co.uk
Tel: 0151 707 4444
Website: www.fact.co.uk

Deadline for applications: Wednesday 1st of June
Interviews in Liverpool: Tuesday 7th of June
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May :: june 2005

featuring work by:
J Gabriel Lloyd :: It's 5 o'clock Somewhere
Sharilyn Neidhardt :: Silhouette
Sal Randolph :: Listen Now: Adjacent
Christina Ray :: Public Postcards
Jesse Shapins :: Say Goodbye to Hilke
Swoon :: Happy Together
Lee Walton :: Sitting

with special guests:
Alan Bernheimer :: Paris Journal
John Geraci :: FoundCity
Sto :: Ignorant Bike Rides
Pitchaya Sudbanthad :: Take from Us the Houses Long Burned
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:: Tuesday, May 10, 2005 ::

September 28 - October 1, Banff New Media Institute, Canada


„The technology of the modern media has produced new possibilities of interaction. What is needed is a wider view encompassing the coming rewards in the context of the treasures left us by the past experiences, possessions and insights."

R. ARNHEIM, Sommer 2000
- Honorary Chair, Refresh! ˆ

Recognizing the increasing significance of media art for our culture, the conference on the Histories of Media Art will discuss for the first time the history of media art within the interdisciplinary and intercultural contexts of the histories of art. Banff New Media Institute, the Database for Virtual Art, Leonardo/ISAST and UNESCO DigiArts are collaborating to produce the first international art history conference covering art and new media, art and technology, art-science interaction, and the history of media as pertinent to contemporary art.
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SoundWalk 2005 is currently accepting submissions for participation in this year's event.
Please send written proposals, including a brief bio, website links and mp3's to soundwalk2005@yahoo.com 
Deadline: June 1, 2005

Please visit www.soundwalk.org for more information and to see images from last year's event.

On August 20th, 2005, from 5 - 10 pm, the Long Beach artist group, FLOOD is presenting the second annual SoundWalkevent. The artist group, FLOOD has been working together on projects successfully for the last three years.  FLOOD is interested in testing the limits of artistic expression through collaboration and experimentation within a variety of artistic genres. SoundWalk 2005 will expand on last year's concept of a one-night audible/visible experience of sound installations in avariety of indoor and outdoor spaces throughout Downtown Long Beach and will feature not only Southern California sound artists but International artists as well, with participants from Germany, Austria and New Zealand. Also this year will include scheduled performances throughout the month of August by participating sound artists involved in this yearís event. There will also be parallel participation from some of the local galleries, featuring sound related art for the month of August.
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The 4th annual awards for intercultural arts on the Net is calling for for this year's nominations.

Creators are invited to submit Websites to the Gangart Awards 2005 competition from anywhere in the world, as long as their work is multicultural or bilingual, in any of the arts - creative writing, visual art, music etc - and available in digital format on the Internet.

The aim is non-commercial, international promotion of the arts, and building bridges between cultures and language groups. For more information visit

Call for Entries: Gangart Awards 2005
Deadline: 30 June 2005
Judging: July - September 2005
Awards Announcement: October 2005

Entry form: online only
http://www.gangart.com/awards > NOMINATIONS
Entry fee: none
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New reviews/works/conferences Featured.

Al reviews can be accessed from front page
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:: Monday, May 09, 2005 ::
Discovering the Potential of Outdoor Screens for Urban Society
An international conference on large digital displays. Call for Papers here.

When: 23/ 24 Sept. 2005
Where: Amsterdam
Contact: Mirjam Struppek urbanscreens@networkcultures.org

- Institute of Network Cultures, Hoogeschool van Amsterdam
- Dep. Art and Public Space, Gerrit Rietveld Academy / Univ. of Amsterdam
- Urban||ReseARTch, Berlin
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ACM Multimedia 2005 Interactive Art Program Singapore, November 6-12, 2005


Sponsored by ACM SIGMM, SIGGRAPH, and SIGCOMM. In collaboration with Leonardo

ACM Multimedia 2005 is the premier annual multimedia conference, covering all aspects of multimedia computing. The ACM MM Interactive Art Program seeks to bring together the arts and multimedia communities to create the stage to explore, discuss, and push the limits for the advancement of both multimedia technology through the arts, and the arts through multimedia technology.
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The above domainnames are auctioned by Art-Domains a project by Peter Luining.
For more info about the project visit ctrlaltdel.org
For more art related domain names visit art-domains.com
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:: Sunday, May 08, 2005 ::
Turbulence Artists' Studios: Luziano Testi Paul

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What happens when we live in times of a communicational ecstasy? Luziano Testi Paul's latest works explore the possibilities, myths and realities that float around in a global culture obsessed with communication. Some of his works question the modernist imperative of building spaces for user-user interaction that inevitably end up being the same as user-machine interaction: we say what the interface let's us say, and our messages and intentions are reshaped by our interfaces.

How do these ideas alter the way we perceive, react, relate, feel, and communicate? How do these ideas reshape our messages and intentions? Can we become completely blind in a world bound by optical fiber?
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