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Towards an Immersive Intelligence

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Towards an Immersive IntelligenceTowards an Immersive IntelligencePublished by EDGEWISE PRESS

Towards an Immersive Intelligence: Essays on the Work of Art in the Age of Computer Technology and Virtual Reality
(1993-2006)

by Joseph Nechvatal

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Price of regular editions: $10.00 each.

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Electronic Sit-in In Solidarity with Iranians Protesting against the Rigged 2009 Presidential Elections

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Electronic Sit-in In Solidarity with Iranians Protesting against the Rigged 2009 Presidential Elections

http://iran2009election.opinionware.net/


ONE NIGHT STAND : ANONYMOUS ART SHOW @ Envoy Gallery

ONE NIGHT STAND : ANONYMOUS ART SHOW

What would do if you could do anything you wanted and knew you could get away with it?


Of the Danger of Love, Refusal of Labor, and the Beauty of Autonomy

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Proliferating and losing oneself. This was the sense of the collective enterprise that the movement was attempting in Italy at the time.
–Franco Berardi

Please join The Change You Want To See Gallery for a conversation with renowned philosopher, media activist and cultural agitator Franco Berardi "Bifo" and media theorist MacKenzie Wark, author of Game Theory and A Hacker's Manifesto.


Plazaville installation

Plazaville by G.H. Hovagimyan with Christina McPhee
Opening Reception: Tuesday, April 7th, 2009, 5pm-7pm
Location: Pace Digital Gallery, 163 William Street (btw Beekman St. &
Ann St.)
Lower Manhattan
http://csis.pace.edu/digitalgallery/
Exhibition Dates: April 7th – May 1st
Gallery Hours: 12-6pm, Tues. – Fri.


terra incOgnitO

cOncerning Abu GraibcOncerning Abu Graib
terra incOgnitO
Joseph Nechvatal
March 26th – April 25th
Wm Turner gallery, Atlanta
http://www.wmturnergallery.com/

In the exhibition terra incOgnitO, computer viruses and computer-assisted paintings address a psychic departure from the shadow world connected to the abuses at Abu Graib.


Radars & Fences II: Tactical Bioart in the Age of Biotechnology

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http://blogs.nyu.edu/blogs/md1445/rf/

Event Time

Thursday, March 5, 2009
4:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Location

NYU School of Law
Information Law Institute
40, Washington Square South
Room 218

Description

Radars & Fences II features five researchers and artists who have been at the forefront of the battle for the democratization of the life sciences over the last decade: Beatriz da Costa, Natalie Jeremijenko, Richard Pell, Claire Pentecost, and Paul Vanouse will present their own work and discuss with the public models of interdisciplinary engagement at the beginning of the "biological century."

Please RSVP at http://www.nyu.edu/media.culture/events/event.html?e_id=1336


Friction Research - Investigating ruptures in the art-political grid

Friction Research - Investigating ruptures in the art-political grid

www.nictoglobe.com

europe: americas: china: uk & israel & turkey

Published 02-28-2009
Below our call as sent on October 20th 2008:

"[C]urrently we ask for submissions for our Friction Research Series, to be published in our Winter 2009 issue, related to but not exclusively confined to:


nano_Garage(s): Speculations about (Open Fabbing)

by: Ricardo Domínguez
place: Medialab-Prado. Plaza de las Letras, C/ Alameda, 15 · Madrid

Lecture by Ricardo Domínguez within the frame of the Seminario Interactivos'09 Garage Science, an event celebrated at Medialab-Prado January 28 and 29, 2009

NanoGarajes: especulaciones sobre fabbing abierto


Walking a Fine Line - Russian Video Art @ Monkeytown Brooklyn

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Ministry of Culture, Russian Federation
National Center for Contemporary Arts, Ekaterinburg branch in collaboration with International Fine Arts Consortium and Perpetual Art Machine (PAM)

Presents

Walking a Fine Line
Parables of the Sublime and the Subversive in Russian Video Art.

Curated by: Ksenia Fedorova and Alisa Prudnikova

January 9 (Friday), 7:30pm

Monkey Town:
58 N 3rd St. (btw. Kent & Wythe), Williamsburg, Brooklyn 11211

The program showcases the recent Russian video art works that reflect complex and controversial attitude towards the phenomenon of the sublime in Russian culture and mentality. Artists confront mystification and sacralization, engagement and spiritual detachment with strategies ranging from epatage to derision, eccentricity, and radical activism. Whom to blame? What to do? The viewer is invited to ponder upon these and other perennial “Russian” questions and find his/her own “fine line” of authentic response.


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