CALL FOR ENTRIES / USEA 2012 / Albuquerque, New Mexico September 19 - 27th
The Underground Symposium of Electronic Art (USEA)–the spiciest symposium of electronic art–seeks low-fi-ing artists to populate the skies, screens, and spaces of Albuquerque. Other Symposia of Electronic Art too International? Gone rogue with no place to go? Team up with local DIYers to scavenge radio waves, screen time, gallery space, lamp posts, walls, public outlets, street corners, and other possibilities for no-budget/at-all-costs artwork.
DEADLINE: September 1, 2012
DATES: September 19 - 27
SUBMIT TO: firstname.lastname@example.org
Send proposals and/or finished works via e-mail. If submitting a proposal, please include examples of past work. Please do not attempt to e-mail us a video, send us a link instead. Thank you. Open to all types of work so please specify. Venues already sourced for: audio, video, installation, net, static, and interactive. Please indicate if you will be in attendance.
Arte Laguna Prize 12.13
Total Prize Amount: € 170,000
Sections: painting, sculpture & installation, photographic art, video art &performance, virtual art
Deadline: November 8, 2012
Collective exhibition of 110 finalist artists: March 2013 – Venice Arsenale
The 7th International Arte Laguna Prize, based in Venice, Italy and dedicated to contemporary visual art, is open to artists with no limits of age or nationality, offering a finalists collective exhibition at Venice Arsenale, artist in residence programs, personal and collective exhibitions, participation in international festivals, publication in the official catalogue and a network of opportunities:
5 Cash Prizes of € 7,000: for winning artists, one for each section
4 Art Residencies: Technymon ARTresidency – Mumbai or Chicago; Glass School Abate Zanetti – Venice; Art Stays – Slovenia; iaab – Basel
1 Business for Art: development of an art project with the winner of the virtual art section, in collaboration with FOPEgioelli
2 Collective Exhibitions: Open, International Exhibitions of Sculptures and Installations of Venice; exhibition of a selection of Under25 artists at the Romanian Cultural Institute of Venice.
21 Personal Exhibitions in International Art Galleries: Read more »
http://welcometoyourhomepage.tumblr.com/ is a tumblr where you can submit images, texts, words, gif, backgrounds, drawings... related to your old personal homepage.
All the content will be featured in a publication called “Welcome to your homepage.”
It will be printed in may and exhibited in June at the “RUINS” diploma exhibition of Alain Vonck. Read more »
From May 31 to June 3, BERLIN DOCUMENTARY FORUM 2 will investigate the capacity of images to produce truth and authenticity, and their ability to provoke controversy, and change. The group exhibition A BLIND SPOT, curated by Catherine David, looks at the documentary in contemporary art and photography. The online magazine ISSUE ZERO will probe new ways of producing, presenting, and viewing documentary works on the Internet. Get your accreditation here:
Haus der Kulturen der Welt
OPEN CALL FOR VIDEO ART
INTERNATIONAL VIDEO ART FESTIVAL
25 – 30 JULY 2012, VARNA, BULGARIA
VIDEOHOLICA Video Art Festival in Varna, Bulgaria is accepting now video art submissions for its 5th anniversary edition.
The 5th VIDEOHOLICA is planned to take place between 25th and 30th July 2012 in Varna within the framework of the International Biennial for Visual Arts AUGUST IN ART.
The 5th VIDEOHOLICA will animate again with evening video art projections the Varna public and outdoor spaces, such as the inner yard of the Varna Archaeology Museum, the back yard of the Varna Puppet Theatre, the Rakovina Open-Air Stage in the Varna Sea Garden, Music Cafe ‘LOOK’, the Roman Baths, Cultural House ‘Harmony’ yard and other. Along with the evening video art screenings, VIDEOHOLICA 2012 will introduce to the Varna public established local and international video art partners’ activities and honored video artists’ talks, in parallel with discussions and exhibitions to take place in gallery, museum and alternative spaces in Varna, presenting the video art on a global scale.
The 5th anniversary edition of VIDEOHOLICA will award the following prizes:
First Prize – GOLDEN VIDEOHOLIC
Second Prize – SILVER VIDEOHOLIC
Third Prize – BRONZE VIDEOHOLIC
Award for young Bulgarian author – YOUNG VIDEOHOLIC Read more »
SONIC ACTS - TRAVELLING TIME
23-26 FEBRUARY 2012
- Live performances (presale has started)
- Exhibition and conference
- Ticket sale
LIVE PERFORMANCES (presale has started)
Thursday 23 February 2012
Paradiso 21:00 (hall opens 20:30) / €17.50 (discount €15.00)
Bass frequencies abound on the opening evening of Sonic Acts. Beyond Time presents an audiovisual spectacle with dubstep, subsonic minimal techno and avant-garde electronica. Roly Porter and Emptyset use the echo and low frequencies associated with dub music to create a sonic space that dislocates our perception of time. Live projections by Rod MacLachlan and Joanie Lemercier (from AntiVJ) reinforce the alienating potential of the sub-bass. Mark Fell’s radically asymmetric beats ignore time signatures completely in an infectious computer-generated recuperation of acid-house that is timed to the millisecond. The evening opens with the film De Tijd by the filmmaker Bart Vegter (who passed away in 2011). Films by Ian Helliwell and Ryohei Shimada will also be screened.
Friday 24 February 2012
Paradiso 20:00 (hall opens 19:30) / €17.50 (discount €15.00) Read more »
Call for Participants: Sonic Acts Masterclasses, 20-23 February 2012, Amsterdam
DEADLINE: 12 February 2012
Masterclass Leaders: Catherine Christer Hennix, Peter Kubelka, Olaf Nicolai, Pauline Oliveros, Tino Sehgal
In collaboration with the Stedelijk Museum and STEIM, Sonic Acts will host a series of masterclasses as part of this year’s festival edition Travelling Time.
The masterclasses provide a unique opportunity for artists, musicians and other creative professionals to work with 5 internationally renowned artists whose work critically reflects on time and timing. In a concentrated and intimate setting, participants will gain insight into the artists’ concepts, work processes, and methods of composition and production through hands-on workshops and seminars. Read more »
The programme for the SuperCollider Symposium 2012 is now out! Get
This April will see musicians, artists and coders come to London for a festival
of what can be done with the SuperCollider audio programming environment.
Tickets are available from £70
for a WHOLE WEEK of sonic inspiration featuring:
- LIVE ALGORITHMS CONCERT - three specially-commissioned musicians
will be improvising live on stage, collaborating with
responsive musical algorithms for the first time.
PLEASE SEE OUR CALL FOR CODERS:
- LIVECODE EVENING - codefaced people hacking music in front of your eyes:
- ELECTROACOUSTIC CONCERT of new multi-channel works
for electronics and featuring musicians from the Plusminus Ensemble:
- CLUB NIGHT EXTRAVAGANZA, rounding off the festival in style
with a panoply of audiovisual acts,
and headlined by A SPECIAL GUEST TO BE ANNOUNCED...
Sonic art exhibition held in the Mile End Park,
with works both indoors in the Art Pavilion and outdoors in the park: Read more »
SUBMIT net-art works / links / info
GoogleScape is a photo gallery, based on the online application 'Google Street View'. Each time the gallery is visited, it shows the photograph of a randomly selected place in the Netherlands. Also every minute the site is refreshed and shows a new photo. The photos made by Google are presented as artworks, refering to dutch landscape painting but also questioning the importance of documentary photography nowadays.
Sarah Janssen, 2010, email@example.com
Every .5 seconds this page selects a random set of colors to fill 3200 10x10 pixel squares.
There are 16,777,216 possible colors, when you multiply that by the number of colors being generated you get 20,922,789,888,000 potential combinations.
The math is as follows: P((256 x 256 x 256), 3200) = 20,922,789,888,000
view the static version here: http://carlomontagnino.com/misc/RandomlyColoredPixels/
Thanks to @jsorrenti for being a passive math sounding board.