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Subject: RHIZOME DIGEST: 10.24.07
Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2007 22:06:44 -0400

RHIZOME DIGEST: October 24, 2007


1. sachiko hayashi: Call for Articles and Net Art
2. Sarah Kanouse: Assistant Professor in Visual Culture/Media Study
3. EMAF 2008 call
4. Caitlin Berrigan: Call for applications: MIT Visual Arts Program 2008
5. mnunes AT Tenure Track Position: Assistant Professor, Media Arts

6. Andrea Polli: AER - online exhibition at
7. ANAT Communications: Second Life Architecture Awards
8. teterin: CYBERFEST 2007 in St.Petersburg, Russia
9. Aron Namenwirth: Natalie Moore and Marcin Ramocki AT artMovingProjects opens Saturday 7-9
10. 220hex: Piksel07 - Hello hackability! - november 15-17
11. Richard Rinehart: ReMixer Event

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From: sachiko hayashi <look AT>
Date: Oct 18, 2007
Subject: Call for Articles and Net Art

Call for Articles and Net Art

On-line journal Hz ( is looking for articles on New Media, Net Art, Sound Art and Electro-Acoustic Music. We accept earlier published and unpublished articles in English. Please send your submissions to hz-journal AT

Hz is also looking for Net Art works to be included in its virtual gallery ( Please send your URLs to hz-journal AT

Dead-line: 20 November, 2007

Hz is published by the non-profit organization Fylkingen in Stockholm. Established in 1933, Fylkingen has been known for introducing yet-to-be-established art forms throughout its history. Nam June Paik, Stockhausen, Cage, etc. have all been introduced to the Swedish audience through Fylkingen. Its members consist of leading composers, musicians, dancers, performance artists and video artists in Sweden. For more information on Fylkingen, please visit or

Sachiko Hayashi/Hz

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Mills College - Assistant Professor, Electronic Arts/Sound
Full-time tenure-track position beginning Fall 2008

The Mills College Music Department and the Intermedia Arts Program seek an accomplished Electronic Arts/Sound artist with an established record of achievement in electronic media and sound, who possesses a broad understanding of contemporary art practices and computer technologies. Candidates should be fluent in the history and criticism of electronic media and sound art, as well as contemporary media theory. They should be prepared to contribute to the developing Intermedia Arts Program curricula, and to teach and advise undergraduate and graduate students working across and between disciplines, including experimental music, dance, visual art, installation, performance, creative-writing, and video. Courses will include a Sound Art studio class, and beginning and advanced Electronic Arts courses that address digital and electronic art production, including digital and analog electronics, internet and web art, and interactivity as art practices. At least three years of college teaching experience is preferred, and an MFA or equivalent experience is required.

Application: An application should include a cover letter discussing teaching experience and areas of expertise, a CV, a statement of your approach to teaching, an artist’s statement, a representative selection of art work (such as audio CDs, videos in DVD format, URLs for web based work, or Macintosh-compatible CD-ROMs), SASE, and contact information for three academic/professional references. Please send applications to:

Chris Brown, Chair, Electronic Arts/Sound Search Committee, Music Department, Mills College, 5000 MacArthur Blvd., Oakland, CA 94613-1301

Reviews of submitted applications will begin on November 1, 2007.
Inquiries: 510.430.2330; cbmus AT

Located in the San Francisco Bay Area, Mills is a selective liberal arts college for women, with coeducational graduate programs. Persons of color and those committed to working in a socially diverse environment are encouraged to apply. AA/EOE
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From: Sarah Kanouse <sarahk AT>
Date: Oct 18, 2007
Subject: Assistant Professor in Visual Culture/Media Study

Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Visual Culture/Media Studies

Requires a specialization in the critical/cultural studies of digital arts to teach in the evolving interdisciplinary undergraduate and graduate programs in the College of Mass Communication and Media Arts. Preference given to candidates who demonstrate expertise in contemporary arts practices and new media art; have a background in photography studies; address the interdisciplinary nature of media culture and issues of class, race, gender and/or sexuality; and can contribute to the intellectual mission of the Global Media Research Center. The successful candidate will develop graduate and undergraduate courses, engage in scholarship/creative activities, and pursue external research funding all in the area of digital culture and media arts. Required teaching responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, courses in the history, theory, and aesthetics of the still image. Depending on the successful candidate's area of interest, electives may include studies courses in video art; emerging media; postmodernity and globalization in art and culture; political economy of digital media; and the emergence of new forms of narrative, performance and documentary. Ph.D. or ABD required, as well as an evidence of active research agenda or publishing record. Specialization must be demonstrated through one or more of the following: conference papers, dissertation topic, books, peer-reviewed articles or other publications under review, exhibition and/or curation of creative work. ABD candidates must provide official evidence of completion of the earned doctorate prior to the date of appointment. If the candidate hired is unable to do so, this position will be changed to an appointment at the rank of Instructor with lower salary.

For more information about this job, please visit our website at:
Deadline for Application: Review of applications will begin on November 30, 2007, and continue until position is filled.

Required Documentation: Send letter of application, curriculum vita, and the names and contact information of three references to:

Professor Sarah Kanouse, Chair, Search Committee, Visual Culture//Media Studies
Department of Cinema and Photography
Mail Code 6610
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
1100 Lincoln Drive
Carbondale IL 62901

SIUC is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer that strives to enhance its ability to develop a diverse faculty and staff and to increase its potential to serve a diverse student population. All applications are welcomed and encouraged and will receive consideration.

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From: <nemeorg AT>
Date: Oct 20, 2007
Subject: EMAF 2008 call


The motto of the 2008 festival is IDENTITY, reflected in film programmes, lectures and specials. Positioning by the media and artistic self-definitions will be pursued; individual, social and global identities in a rapidly changing world will be explored and queried according to subjective and scientific localisations.

The EMAF is one of the most influential forums of international Media Art. As a meeting point for artists, curators, lenders, gallery owners and an audience of specialists, the festival has had a great impact on the topic and aesthetics of Media Art. Each year the festival offers its visitors a current overview of experimental films, installations, performances, digital formats and hybrid forms, ranging from personal and political subjects or formal experiments to provocative statements.

At the festival an international jury will present the EMAF Award for a trend-setting work in Media Art and the Dialogpreis of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the promotion of intercultural exchange. Furthermore, the jury of the German Federal Association of Film Journalists will award the prize for the best German experimental film.

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From: Caitlin Berrigan <caitlin AT>
Date: Oct 22, 2007
Subject: Call for applications: MIT Visual Arts Program 2008

Please share with artists & makers! Thanks!


*Apologies for Cross-posting*

Visual Arts Program at
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Open House: November 6, 2007

Application deadline:
December 15, 2007

For further information:

contact: vap AT or

Call for Applications & open house
Master of Science in Visual Studies, MIT

Join us for an Open House on November 6, 2007. Email vap AT or call 617-253-5229 for information.

The MIT Visual Arts Program (VAP) seeks talented, curiosity-driven and creative students to apply for upcoming academic year. This selective two-year program grants successful participants a Master of Science in Visual Studies (SMVisS) degree. Founded in 1988, VAP is embedded in MIT under the aegis of the School of Architecture and Planning and within the Department of Architecture. This unique position encourages a wealth of interdisciplinary exploration and research.

The Program
The MIT Visual Arts Program operates as a production- and education-basedlaboratory within the context of an advanced technological community. Our program explores the wider role and relevance of art in society and considers artistic practice as knowledge production, thus promoting an approach that challenges traditional genres and the limits of the gallery/museum context. Studio investigations and artistic research are realized through performance, video, photography, manufactured objects, electronic systems, interrogative design, as well as through experimental media and newgenre. Central to the curriculum is the potential for students to concurwith other areas of the MIT community. There are endless opportunities to develop collaborative, interdisciplinary relationships with programs and labs in architecture, urban planning, media arts and sciences, mechanical engineering and
other disciplines.

Students & Alumni
Students are encouraged to develop their own artistic vision and to freely explore the unparalleled research and technological resources availableat MIT. Recent areas of critical research engage in the role of art and culture in today's society, from a radio broadcast vehicle (Max Goldfarb '06) to rethinking knowledge production and transmission through artisticmeans (Hope Ginsburg '07). Students participate in outside exhibitions, and projects were recognized through a number of prestigious awards. Alumni have secured coveted fellowships and teaching positions around the globe, and have gained international recognition through exhibitions and events. Hiroharu Mori '04 participated in the 2007 Venice Biennial, JenniferAllora '03, along with Guillermo Calzadilla, participated in the Lyon Biennial of Contemporary Art, the Istanbul Biennial and the 8th Sharjah Biennial, all in 2007, and Jill Magid '00 had a solo show at the Gagosian Gallery, New York.

Instructors are world-renowned artists with active, international careersin artistic production, as well as a strong interest in cross-disciplinedebate and modes of production. Director and Professor, Ute Meta Bauer, is the Director of SITAC VI 2008 in Mexico City, was Co-Curator of Documenta11 and Artistic Director of the 3rd Berlin Biennial. Professor Joan Jonas has a current solo exhibition at MACBA (Museu d’Art Contemporani deBarcelona). Professor Krzysztof Wodiczko, Director of CAVS (Center for Advanced Visual Studies) and head of MIT's Interrogative Design Workshop, has a major retrospective exhibition upcoming at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Caracas. Professor Wendy Jacob has exhibited at CentreGeorges-Pompidou and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Visiting Professor Regina Moeller has participated at APERTO, Venice Biennale, Manifestaand at the 3rd
Berlin Biennial.

Visiting Professor Antoni Muntadas is an internationally renowned artist who represented Spain in the 2005 Venice Biennale. Lecturers Andrea Frank(Photography), Joe Gibbons (Video) and Jae Rhim Lee (Mixed Media) are prominent practitioners within their fields and participate in exhibitions worldwide. In addition, visiting artists and critics, symposia, workshops, screenings, as well as a cross-disciplinary public lecture series, all enrich the program by addressing topics related to current research initiatives.

Artists/cultural producers with diverse backgrounds and experience who are interested in pursuing innovative artistic cross-disciplinary practice and research are encouraged to apply. The deadline is December 15, 2007.

All applicants are encouraged to seek out the variety of diversity resources and funding opportunities available. Information can be found at, or by contacting Robbin Chapman, Managerof Diversity Recruitment, at 617-324-5396 or rchapman AT

Admission information:
For an application form:

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From: mnunes AT <mnunes AT>
Date: Oct 24, 2007
Subject: Tenure Track Position: Assistant Professor, Media Arts

The English, Technical Communication, and Media Arts Department at Southern Polytechnic State University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Media Arts, with a primary emphasis in digital media and graphics, pending final budgetary approval. Other ranks will be considered. SPSU ( is a member institution in the University System of Georgia, located 20 minutes northwest of downtown Atlanta, in the historic city of Marietta.

Candidates must have at minimum an MFA or terminal master’s degree in Visual Communication or a closely related field. Preference given to candidates with an interdisciplinary PhD focusing on digital media and/or new media by the time of appointment. Responsibilities include teaching 12 credit hours each semester from among the following: Visual Thinking, Foundations of Graphics, Fundamentals of Website Design, Foundations of Multimedia, Applied Graphics, Podcasting, and Video Production. Standard teaching load may also include Art Appreciation.

Please send letter of application, vita, digital portfolio, and the names of three references to:
Mark Nunes, Chair, English, Technical Communication, and Media Arts, J-333, Southern Polytechnic State University, 1100 S. Marietta Parkway, Marietta, GA 30060.

Screening of candidates will begin on December 7, 2007 and will continue until the position is filled. SPSU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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Organizational memberships with Rhizome

Sign your library, university or organization up for a Rhizome organizational membership! Give your community access to the largest online archives of digital art and new media art-related writing, the opportunity to organize member-curated exhibitions, participate in critical discussion, community boards, and learn about residency, educational and professional possibilities. Rhizome also offers subsidized memberships for qualifying institutions with limited access to the Internet. Please visit for more information or contact sales AT

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From: Andrea Polli <andrea AT>
Date: Oct 18, 2007
Subject: AER - online exhibition at

I'd like to invite you to view an online exhibition called 'AER' at the greenmuseum, featuring artworks that look critically at the issue of air quality and use various methods to raise awareness of the issue among the public. Because air is invisible, artists are faced with the challenge of making the intangible real. Because air pollution is a silent killer, artists are challenged to give a voice to the body's dependence on clean air. Most of the featured projects blur the line between art and activism, and all the artists are changing public understanding of the air around us, questioning accepted norms of ownership of and responsibility to the air we must breathe to live.

Here is the url:

There are some very interesting works, and we have included a short survey about air quality and art that I hope to use in an analysis of the show. If you have a few minutes, check out the show and give some responses on the survey.


Andrea Polli
MFA Director
Associate Professor of Integrated Media Arts
The Department of Film and Media, Hunter College
695 Park Ave. New York, NY 10021
t (212) 772-5589

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From: ANAT Communications <communicate AT>
Date: Oct 19, 2007
Subject: Second Life Architecture Awards

Media Release

Second Life Architecture Awards

The constructed architectural spaces of Second Life share a commonality with the exotic invisible cities of Italo Calvino. They are at once familiar yet completely otherworldly: inverted, fantastical, corrupted, baroque and barren, unexpected, startling and compellingly seductive. They are both our present and our future.

In September this year Dr Melinda Rackham, ANAT's Director and 3D world author and theorist, was invited to join a 6 member international Jury assessing the Annual Second Life Architecture & Design Competition, a first of its kind, held at the 2007 Ars Electronica Festival in Austria.

The jury deliberated over the 126 submissions before a live audience at the Architekturforum Linz, while being simultaneously streamed into Second Life. Four outstanding projects, that took advantage of both the artistic and technical possibilities afforded by Second Life were selected as finalists:

· Berliner Tanja Meyle's "Living Cloud", is a semitransparent cloud that travels with her and provides privacy and sanctuary, a consistent need for an avatar in Second Life. The cloud surrounding her avatar Creatina Ferraris is not only a transportable house; its variability brings in an association with the idea that the house is just an extension of the body of the person who inhabits it.

· From San Francisco, DC Spensley creates "Full Immersion Hyperformalism" an usual and innovative user interface, constructed to allow an avatar to view a fine art exhibition. This structure is defined as "less a building than a spatial interface containing numerous abstracted and interactive possibilities".

· Adam Nash's "17 Unsung Songs" allows avatars to be physically immersed in interactive sound scapes, constructions that create a tension within their Australian parkland environment. Here audiovisual elements undergo spatial modification via avatar interaction giving rise to a new aesthetic and sensory spatial construct.

· Conceptually and technically innovative is "White Noise", a work from Vienna based Max Moswitzer. This experiment in non-human architecture utilises the detritus of Second Life, freebie objects such as teddy bears and discarded skateboards, to construct a dazzling white snow-palace. This mishmashed building enfolds on multiple levels of detail and evokes the perfect domicile for the realm of Second Life.

The selected projects are presented online ( where the public are invited to vote for their favourite project. The winner receives a 1,000-euro grand prize, which will be awarded on 25 October 2007 at the prize ceremony, which includes discussions and a party at Zollverein, Essen, the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site.

Dr Melinda Rackham comments, "ANAT is committed to enabling artists to work critically with emerging forms of practice, and the virtual terrains of Second Life are indicative of trends that will become important in future virtual 3D platforms".

For more information visit

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Rhizome Commissions Program

Rhizome 2008 Commissions Announced!
This year, eleven emerging artists/ collectives were awarded commissions in support of new works of Internet-based art. The projects include distributed sound experiments, visually compelling interactive images that blend the sublime and the ridiculous, and pioneering applications that encourage the flowering of creativity across commercial areas of the web. Follow the link below for descriptions of and links to the eleven winning proposals, which also includes our first-ever Community Award, a project designed to enhance participation and communication on Rhizome.

The Rhizome Commissions Program is made possible by support from the Jerome Foundation in celebration of the Jerome Hill Centennial, the Greenwall Foundation, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. Additional support has been provided by members of the Rhizome community.

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From: teterin <teterin AT>
Date: Oct 19, 2007
Subject: CYBERFEST 2007 in St.Petersburg, Russia

Russian National Center for Contemporary Art in St.Petersburg
presents the First Cyber Art festival in Russia

25 October - 11 November 2007
in St.Petersburg, Russia


Cyberfest 2007 is a new cyber art festival in Peter And Paul Fortress in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Cyberfest is organized by National Center for Contemporary Art (Saint Petersburg) and St. Petersburg Arts Project (New York)

Dates: 25 October - 11 November 2007.
Location: Exhibition hall and Lectorium at Johann Ravelin, Peter And Paul Fortress, Saint Petersburg
Opening: Cyberfest 2007 will open on 25 October, 4 pm, at the Exhibition hall at Johann Ravelin, Peter And Paul Fortress, Saint Petersburg

Contacts: phone +7 812 7177967, phone/fax +7 812 4319905, email: art AT
Directors of the festival: Marina Koldobskaya (Director of NCCA St.Petersburg), Anna Frants (Director of St.Petersburg Arts Projects)

All news and reports from the opening will be broadcast in the official webTV of the Cyland Media Lab:



* SPEEDLESS, cyber happening
By Anna Frants (USA) and Cyland Media Lab
Exhibition hall at Johann Ravelin, 25 October 2007

* Cyland Media Lab, presentation of website
Lectorium at Johann Ravelin, 25 Ocotber 2007, 4 pm.

The history of the foundation "Experiments in Art and Technology", and the collaborations between artists, engineers and scientists from 1960 to 2000, (USA). Lecture by Julie Martin (USA).

Lectorium at Johann Ravelin, 26 October 2007, 4 pm.

* STORY OF E.A.T. by Billy Kluver 1960-2000s - exhibition
Designed and with texts by Billy Kluver, this history of E.A.T. includes photos by Rudy Burckhardt, David Gahr, Peter Moore, Harry Shunk (USA).

Exhibition hall at Johann Ravelin, 25 October 2007 ¬ 11 November 2007

* SILVER CLOUDS, installation
Andy Warhol (USA).
Exhibition hall at Johann Ravelin, 25 October 2007 - 11 November 2007

* OPEN SCORE, video screening
Video documenting the performance by Robert Raushenberg (USA). Produced by Billy Klüver and Julie Martin for E.A.T. and directed by Barbro Schultz Lundestam. Titles and sound were created by Robert Rauschenberg.
Exhibition hall at Johann Ravelin, 26 October 2007 - 11 November 2007


About Media Lab

CYLAND Medialaboratory is a new artistic laboratory created by St. Petersburg branch of National Center for Contemporary Art in cooperation with St. Petersburg Arts Project Fund, New-York. Together, it is a hospitable residence for the artists of the whole world, who would like to use new technologies in an artistic way. The project is created by Anna Frants and Marina Koldobskaya.

CYLAND has enough technical resources to be an artistic playground for organizing team-work on videoprojects, media-art projects as well as any other artistic activity concerned with up-to-date technologies.

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From: Aron Namenwirth <aronnamenwirth AT>
Date: Oct 20, 2007
Subject: Natalie Moore and Marcin Ramocki AT artMovingProjects opens Saturday 7-9

166 N.12th St, between Bedford and Berry Sts., Williamsburg (917-301-6680, 917-301-0306).
Subway: L to Bedford Avenue Thurday -Sunday, 1pm - 6pm
info AT
Opening 7-9 Saturday, October 20 – November 18th

Natalie Moore

A sculptural landscape. When the sun sets and after the sunsets and before it is night, the sky has light but there is no actual sun. The light is very soft and there is something magic about it. It limits with some kind of magic look, a softening beauty and fragility.

Project Space: new doors by John Giglio

Marcin Ramocki

blogger skins

“blogger skins” is a project based on time-specific capturing of image Google searches.
The community most sensitive to this new phenomenon, and par excellence conceptually most related, is the world of pro-bloggers. For this project I chose five art bloggers: Tom Moody (, Paddy Johnson (, Régine Debatty (, James Wagner ( and Joy Garnett ( and performed specific image searches on their names. The thumbnails of first 100 images were imported (in the order of appearance) into an HTML editor and compiled into an image map, reflecting the original Google layout and popularity of search items.

John Giglio
New Project Space Location rear Door and Installation by John Giglio.
In keeping with the Front Doors designed by Giglio in 2004 the rear door expands aMP's new media ambitions.

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From: 220hex <gif AT>
Date: Oct 23, 2007
Subject: Piksel07 - Hello hackability! - november 15-17

-- Hello hackability! --

Piksel07 :: Festival
November 15-18 2007

Piksel07 :: Exhibition
Nov 16 - Dec 16 2007

Piksel[1] is an international event for artists and developers working with open source audiovisual software, hardware & art. Part workshop, part festival, it is organised in Bergen, Norway, by the Bergen Centre for Electronic Arts (BEK) [2] and involves participants from more than a dozen countries exchanging ideas, coding, presenting art and software projects, doing workshops, performances and discussions on the aesthetics and politics of FLOSS & art.

This years event - Piksel07 - continues the exploration of free/libre and open source audiovisual code and it's myriad of expressions, and also investigates further the open hardware theme introduced at Piksel06.

The theme of Piksel07 - Hello hackability! - celebrates hackability as an essential feature which allows for new artistic possibilities in the use of open formats, free software and DIY hardware as creative platforms.

Piksel07 is done in collaboration with Gallery 3,14[3] which will host this years exhibition. Piksel is organised by BEK and a community of core participants including members of collectives,, ap/xxxxx,,, and others.


WORKSHOPS AT Teknikerkroen --

CATkit - build your own 1-bit synth from scratch
Building tangible interfaces with reacTIVision
Open video editing
Transmitting Object Behaviors
Arduino + PureData = VJ !

EXHIBITIONS AT Galleri 3,14, Lydgalleriet & USF --

Tim Vets (BE), Erki De Vries (BE), Ralph Kistler (DE/ES), Olle Corneer (SE),
Martin Lubcke (SE), Christian Horgren (SE), Gregory Shakar (US), Paul Magee
(UK), Daniel Palacios Jimenez (BR/ES), Emanuel Andel (AT), Dominique Leroy
(FR), Julien Ottavi (FR), Christian Guetzer (AT), Andrew Bucksbarg (US),
Jean-Pierre Gauthier (CA), Casperelectronics (US), Gijs Gieskes (NL), Audun
Eriksen (NO)


speculative 12 hour life coding event (organising hardware and software)

Jessica Rylan (US), Roman Kirschner (AT/DE), Otto Roessler (AT/DE), Jonathan Kemp (UK), Martin Howse (UK/DE), Yunchul Kim (KR/DE), Olaf Val (DE), Nancy Mauro-Flude (NL), Eva Verhoeven (NL), Ludic Society (AT), Paolo Cirio (IT), Stewart Home (UK), Alejandra Perez Nunez (ES), Bjorn Magnhildoen (NO)

PRESENTATIONS AT Teknikerkroen & StudioUSF --

reacTIVision, CREATE USB Interface, dIY noise masks and toys, Circuit Bending, ASNakedGene, xinf (is not flash), PortAudio, Time line OSC sequencer, PDVjTools, JackBytes,, Distributed Revision Control with GIT, GISS + Theora Streaming Studio, beTV, David Cuartielles, /etc/groups, FLOSS+Art/people.makeart, PD VjTools, Kaos a.k.a. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern in Hell

LIVE PERFORMANCES AT Teknikerkroen & StudioUSF

Lasse Marhaug (NO), Georg Holzmann (AT), Jan Carleklev (SE), Yves Degoyon (FR/ES), Alejandra Perez Nunez (CL/ES), Malte Steiner (DE), Zosen (AR/ES), Gisle Fr0ysland (NO), Aymeric Mansoux (FR), Marloes de valk (NL), Tom Schouten (BE), Claude Heiland-Allen (UK), Loud Objects (US), Mikmo (DK), casperelectronics (US), Gijs Gieskes (NL), Yes Robot (ES), A tie is a noose (NO), Kentaro Fukutchi (JP)


more info and complete programme:


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Piksel07 - 15.-18. nov 2007

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From: Richard Rinehart <rinehart AT>
Date: Oct 22, 2007
Subject: ReMixer Event


Opening Reception and Performances
Friday, October 26, 7 p.m.–10 p.m.
Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive
2626 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA

You're all invited to a one-night live music mash-up and art performance. Featuring Berkeley remix artists DJ Ripley and Kid Kameleon, this event celebrates the opening of the digital art exhibition, RIP.MIX.BURN.BAM.PFA, and presents live performance works that complete that exhibition. Also appearing will be the do-it-yourself DJ machine created by the Improbable Orchestra group and a live image mash-up playing across the museum walls by the artist Zebbler. This event is co-hosted by Creative Commons.

For details, see:

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