Tagged as: performance
ECHO #5 – Technology, Mediation, Performance
How does technology inform, shape, mediate and constrain our conceptions and practices of performance? This issue begins with an expanded understanding of ‘technology’. Not only specific technologies (notation, the oboe, recording, the internet, VR), but also wider technological discourses of practical, environment, and conceptual thought-space (heliocentrism, the steam engine, computation and our common extended reality).
Adam Zaretsky: Transgenic Ecology, An Oxymoron?
By Adam Zaretsky Adam Zaretsky is an American Wet-Lab Art Practitioner mixing Ecology, Biotechnology, Non-human Relations, Body Performance and Gastronomy. Makery invites him for a summer series of speculative texts based on his own artistic practice and the ethical and philosophical questions he raises regarding contemporary biological research. As a follow-up to the Open Source Body symposium and festival organised by the Makery medialab this May at the Cité Internati...
We are very proud to announce the Vector Hack 2020 Open Call for AV Works. You have the option of submitting a video recording of your work rendered on your own #CathodeRayTube #oscilloscope #Vectrex #vectormonitor for screening, or of submitting either a multichannel audio file or an #ILDA file with accompanying audio to be displayed on a #Kvant Clubmax 3000 40kpps RGB #laser.
Towards a Semi-Living Avatar. Investigating the Interface Body-Smart Machines in Stelarc’s Work
Crossing the boundaries from Cyberpunk Fiction to Reality, Stelarc’s work moves gradually towards the realization of a vision: To investigate the interface between the actual and the virtual world, with the body acting seamlessly in mixed realities, and with an intelligent avatar that performs in the real world, with optical density and tactile experience. This idea, seems to permeate his experimentations with engineering, robotic and digital technology, and with artificial intelligence and biot...
Emergent Form Toronto April 10-12 and Ottawa April 14 2018 A project by ArtSci Salon With the support of the Fields Institute, Ottawa Scienza (Italian Embassy) and the Centre for Drama (U of T). Apr. 12 reception kindly provided by the Istituto Italiano di Cultura Community Partners: BYOR Toronto What is Emergent Form? Emergent Form is an interdisciplinary multi-part event featuring discussions, performative lectures, performances and guerrilla exhibitions in Toronto (Apr. 10-11-12) ...
VideORLAN – Technobody
[ITA] Con VideORLAN – Technobody, il Museo MACRO ripropone a Roma la ricerca di ORLAN, a vent’anni dalla mostra antologica “ORLAN a Roma 1964-1996”. [ENG] With TechnoORLAN, ORLAN’s research returns to Rome with an exhibition at the MACRO Museum, twenty years after her retrospective exhibition “ORLAN in Rome 1964-1996”.
La Cura Summer school
[ITA] La Cura attiva un processo biopolitico per un progetto open source applicato alla medicina, dove il corpo umano è la risultante di una storia personale ed intima. [ENG] La Cura generates a bio-political process, an open source project applied to medicine, where the human body is the result of a personal and intimate story.
Un gesto per Gesti Vocali
C’è una specie di strano e affascinante paradosso che attraversa le forme espressive del contemporaneo. Laddove la dimensione tecnologica e mediale caratterizza in maniera potente immaginari, estetiche ed esperienze di fruizione lo spettacolo dal vivo sembra recuperare in qualche caso una parte importante del terreno perduto nel confronto con le produzioni dei media mainstream.
Vanessa Beecroft – VB 53
La Beecroft ha realizzato un momento d'incanto all'interno di quel giardino, un'opera strettamente legata al posto, all'ambiente, alla luce. Nel giardino nascono piante, sopra la sua Madre Terra crescono donne, simboli di fertilità, di bellezza e di vita.