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Subject: RHIZOME DIGEST: 1.30.08
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 18:21:05 -0500

RHIZOME DIGEST: January 30, 2008


1. Rhizomer: ArtCast: Open Call for Podcastable Art
2. Arseny Sergeyev: Open call: ILLUMINATORS juried exhibition

3. Patrick Holbrook: Wi-fi Networks on the L
4. Ricardo Miranda Zuniga: Moving Forest
5. Eduardo Navas: Gallery at Calit2 Opens 2008 Season with Super-sized Version of Iconic Atari Joystick
6. Kate Southworth: invisibility phial: dead scene scrollworks #1
7. James: Streaming Museum
8. Nathaniel Stern: Simulate Editions at Ten Cubed Gallery, Second Life
9. Petra Heck: Interview with Erhan Muratoglu

10. Ethan Ham: Data visualization art // 16 Replies

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FROM: Rhizomer
DATE: January 29, 2008
SUBJECT: ArtCast: Open Call for Podcastable Art

ArtCast: Open Call for Podcastable Art

folly, a leading digital arts organisation working in Cumbria, Lancashire and online, is looking for video and audio work for ArtCast, folly's ongoing series of podcasting programmes.

Through ArtCast folly explores the possibilities of the podcasting medium and provides a platform for public access to new and innovative art.

ArtCast launched in October 2007 alongside folly's VELOCITY festival of digital culture, with a series of audio podcasts selected from an international open call. This series is available to download from and has been described as “outstanding” and “unique” by those who have experienced it. Since folly first started publishing podcastable content, nearly 15000 people have experienced art in this format via

In April 2008 folly will release the second ArtCast series, in collaboration with the moves08 festival –

Building on moves07’s success in positioning itself as a key platform for the industry and audiences interested in screen-based work exploring 'choreographed movement’, moves returns for the fourth year in Manchester, Lancaster, Chester and Liverpool.

Taking place 22-26 April 2008, moves08 will showcase a three-day conference focusing on the interaction of choreographed movement and sound in screen-based work, seven international screenings including a North West showcase, a five-day filmmaking lab throughout the North West, a masterclass, live events and installations in Manchester, Lancaster, and Liverpool. A programme of work curated for the BBC Big Screens will also be showing throughout the UK. Through its Discovery strand, moves08 will give a special place to students and emerging artists.

For April's ArtCast series, folly is calling for submissions of existing moving image and audio work, from the broad spectrum of contemporary arts practice. Submissions should address themes and subjects broadly relating to the theme of moves08: the interaction of choreographed movement and sound.

Submissions are welcome from all artists working with film, video, moving image or sound, dancers and choreographers, experimental musicians and composers, writers and performance artists etc, basically anyone who has created work which they consider to be suitable for a video or audio podcast.

folly welcomes submissions from international artists

The deadline for submissions is 29th February 2008

moves08 Festival Director, Pascale Moyse, and Award-winning filmmaker and moves' board member, Rachel Davies, will join folly in the selection of works in early March 2008.

Successful submissions will be published as podcasts from 3rd April 2008

Please note that there is no fee available for selected works.

For more information contact Jennifer Stoddart, folly Programme Coordinator on jennifer.stoddart AT or +44 (0)1524 388550

How to submit:

Submissions should be accompanied by a submission form and equal opportunities monitoring form, available to download online at

File Format: OGG
Video Codec: theora, 320 x 240, 480kbps
Audio Codec: vorbis, Stereo, 128 kbps, 44100KHz
Maximum file size 30MB (For video this means a maximum duration of approximately 5 min 30 sec)
Questions about these file requirements can be directed to jennifer.stoddart AT

Please send your submissions by email to jennifer.stoddart AT
Or on disc by post to Jennifer Stoddart, Programme Coordinator
folly, 6.4.4 Alston House
White Cross
Lancaster UK

folly is committed to Equal Opportunities in our employment, programme and services

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FROM: Arseny Sergeyev
DATE: January 24, 2008
SUBJECT: Open call: ILLUMINATORS juried exhibition

Public art and design program "Art Koltsovo". Yekaterinburg airport, Russia.

Deadline – March 11, 2008
Exhibition opening – April 11, 2008 - about project - entry form download

Yekaterinburg "Koltsovo" airport announces the beginning of the international exhibition project "ILLUMINATORS" which will be shown in April – June 2008 in the open spaces of the International terminal of the airport. The works for the exhibitions will be selected on a competitive basis by an international award panel.
The organizers invite the artists to submit digital prints and digital video in the form of «tondo» to the competition.
The exhibition "ILLUMINATORS" opens the "Art-Koltsovo" program.

The exhibition
The exhibition will show modern versions of «tondo» – the form of pictures with ancient traditions.
We accept electronic files of works which can be reproduced by the organizers like as digital prints, light boxes, video objects/installations and video projections,. The organizers are going to challenge the interior environment of the international terminal of "Koltsovo" airport. Visually the exposition will be represented by numerous round spots of lights "floating/hovering" free in the airport cubage.

Any artists working in the field of new media are invited.

Works of art
Digital graphics, digital photos, digital animation, video objects, video installation, single-channel video.

In Russian an "illuminator" (port hole, bull’s eye) is a round window onboard a ship, airplane, space station.
The concept of the project is based on the round shape of the exhibited works of art. This formal principle
is closely connected with on the one hand the image of aircrafts and air travels (till recently planes have had round bull’s eyes); on the other hand it plastically continues and supports the idea of the round plafonds in the foyer of the terminal where the exposition will be installed. Here the formal aspects of concept close down the meaning of the word ILLUMINATORS in the majority of European languages, where the Latin word means a lighting unit, a source of light, a screen, somebody or something shedding light, lighting and also an artist illustrating/decorating manuscripts. That’s why ILLUMINATORS are not only works of art but also those creating them - artists.
A round is the most harmonious shape, a fundamental archetypical sign offering a vast variety of associations. One of its most obvious meanings is the world. In this case ILLUMINATOR is an artist’s worldview projection or worldview magnifying glass or "window" into artist’s world.
The exposition of "ILLUMINATORS" exhibition visually and conceptually coincide with the name of the airport "Koltsovo" ("koltso" is Russian for a "ring"; ring - round). The exhibition will be opened on the eve of the Day of Cosmonautics. Russian cosmonautics started in "Koltsovo" as the first jet engines were tested here.
The project is aimed to create a positive, emotionally rich environment in the waiting rooms of the international terminal. Besides the exhibition provides the passengers and guests of the airport with the recent achievements of international contemporary art.

"Art Koltsovo" program
"Art-Koltsovo" is the first strategic long-term program in Russian air industry aimed at introduction of works of art and designs inside the international "Koltsovo" airport and in its adjacent territory.

The organizers of the program
International "Koltsovo" airport (Yekaterinburg, Russia)
International "Koltsovo" airport is one of the leading airports in Russia. It cooperates with 65 Russian and foreign air companies which directly link Yekaterinburg with many cities of Europe, Asia, and Northern Africa. Having implemented a large-scale reconstruction with the help of its strategic investor Group of companies "RENOVA", "Koltsovo" will be able to become highly competitive with metropolitan airports and will become an ultimately convenient hub for the main air passenger flow and freight traffic in the country.

Program support
Ministry of International and External Economic Relations of Sverdlovsk Oblast
Ministry of Cultural Affairs of Sverdlovsk Oblast
ANPMO "Institution of Corporate Development" of the RENOVA Group of Companies

Program operator
Artpolitika agency
The agency specializes in development and organization of contemporary art (public art) programs and projects in public spaces.

More information, the conditions of participation in the "Illuminators" project and applications are available on project website:

Arseny Sergeev - curator
E-mail: illuminators [at] artpolitika . ru
skype: artpolitik
T/f : +7 (343) 374 73 18
mob: +7 (904) 985 90 40

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Theatre/Video: Assistant Professor (tenure track to begin August 2008). MFA required, Ph.D. or equivalent professional and academic experience considered. Teaching responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, courses in: acting; voice/diction; on-camera performance; directing; script analysis and script writing; digital video production and editing. Other duties may include directing Theatre/Video productions; collaborating with colleagues on other productions and activities, mentoring students with their creative processes; departmental and institutional support. Qualified applicants must submit letter of interest (include email address if applicable), vita, unofficial transcripts, evidence of teaching effectiveness, recent examples of personal work and at least three letters of reference (to be sent directly by references or confidential placement file) to: Dr. Marilyn D. Hunt, Chair, Department of Communication Studies & Theatre, Missouri Western State University, 4525 Downs Drive, St. Joseph, Missouri 64507. Deadline: December 1, 2007 or until filled. Review of applications will begin immediately.
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FROM: Patrick Holbrook
DATE: January 25, 2008
SUBJECT: Wi-fo Networks on the L

I am making a series of free PDFs (and printed books eventually) of the wi-fi networks my laptop can see along each Chicago public city train (the 'L') route. The first pdf is out, Pink, which is the line I live on.
I've been investigating the intersections of people, commodities, and space. I like to think of this project as finding invisible graffiti. I think of David Bunn's work with the Los Angeles Public Library card catalog, finding poetry in occurences of words that have found themselves next to each other with an informational, public, mechanized purpose. My books may also be read socio-politically, as each page is the length between each stop of an L line. Readers may correspond each page to the neighborhoods of Chicago, following along with a map.

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Film/Video/Theatre: Assistant Professor, (tenure-track position to begin August 2008) – dynamic individual to teach courses in progressive integrated video/film and theatre department with emerging interdisciplinary graduate program in applied media arts. Department requires innovative professional to oversee the technical production of video, film, and live production and assist in curricular development of graduate classes. Required: M.F.A. in film, video, multi-media, theatre or closely related field. Must demonstrate evidence of quality teaching/advising and commitment to undergraduate and graduate education. Applicant must have expertise with cinematography, lighting, sound and live theatrical production. Applicant must also have a working knowledge in the Macintosh environment, including the major non-linear applications utilized in post-production. Applicant will teach courses as needed but must be able to teach film, video and live technical production. Qualified applicants must submit a letter of interest including e-mail address; vita; recent examples of personal work; and at least three letters of reference (to be sent directly by references or confidential placement file) to: Dr. M. D. Hunt, Chair, Department of Communication Studies & Theatre, Missouri Western State University, 4525 Downs Drive, Murphy Hall 207, St. Joseph, Missouri 64507. Deadline: December 1, 2007 or until filled. Review of applications will begin immediately. AA/EOE.
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FROM: Ricardo Miranda Zuniga
DATE: January 27, 2008
SUBJECT: Moving Forest

For those of you who would come to berlin for Transmediale08

As part of the 12 hour Moving Forest performance (11:00 -23:00) at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Moving Forest of the People Front calls for an act of insurgency with Berliners for the final FOREST march toward CASTLE takeover Transmediale08.

On February 1 at 19:00
CALL for DS Revolt:go northwest 20 Allied Clearing House [Bundestag]
CALL for Radio Gun Revolt: Symphony of noise [Siegessaule]
CALL for AIR: GAMEoverTAKEoverOVER [JVA Berlin Moabit]
CALL for transmission: autonomous transmitting units [JVA Berlin Moabit]
For those of you who have a few streams of rumblings, disruption, upheaval, turbulence, turmoil and convulsion or simply uplifting, please join backyard radio's CALL for netstreams: Conspire and take remote control

BACKYARD RADIO in association with AKA THE CASLE invites all net streamcasters to join the multi-channel sonic uproar by sending in net streams.
The moving forest - its standing, its moving is floating towards the center of empty wireless power. Conspire with your radio station, sound studio, toy shop, sample archive, live improvisation, mouth poetry, boombox collection. You´ll be streamed, televised, wiretapped, remixed, multiplexed, oversampled, frequency modulated and broadcasted.
Each network sound stream gets on air for 20 minutes slot and mixed into the ensemble stream and microradio broadcast.
SIGN UP for your time slot at
write to info AT

Moving Forest presented by AKA the castle
CONSPIRE, Transmediale08
House of World Cultures, Berlin
February 1, 2008
'Moving Forest' is a 12-hour 5 act sonic performance operating with public wifi and mobile technology - an expandable citywide operatic manoeuvre/intervention. Derived from Kurosawa's film version of Macbeth, Spider Web Castle, 'Moving Forest' renders the film's final sequences
(12 minutes in length) into a 12-hour 'sonica' of grand scale. 'Moving Forest' reinvents a modern edition of a Castle Central (here: the House of World Cultures) and a city in revolt. Inside the castle, the downfall of the assumed power; outside in the city, the mobilised urbanites march with generated sounds of insurgence towards the imaginary Centre. 'Moving Forest' collaborates with sound artists to compose acts and scores, at the same time, drafts a PD (pure data) conspiracy scheme, performing live with citywide performance transmitted by wifi.

[AKA the castle] is a temporal performance troop bringing together visual artists, writers, soundists, silk threaders, codedecoders, macromikro, boombox mass, mobile agents, wifi fielders and urbanites to realize the 12 hour Moving Forest.

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FROM: Eduardo Navas
DATE: January 28, 2008
SUBJECT: Gallery at Calit2 Opens 2008 Season with Super-sized Version of Iconic Atari Joystick

"An 8-bit Moment in Gameplay: [giantJoystick]"
Exhibit open February 4 to March 17, 2008
Reception February 14, 6 - 8 PM
Gallery at Calit2
Atkinson Hall
University of California, San Diego

Imagine a joystick that is bigger than most basketball players... and requires at least two people to operate it.

That's the challenging, quirky and ultimately fun concept behind "An 8-bit Moment in Gameplay: [giantJoystick]", an art-meets-technology exhibition opening February 4 in the Gallery at Calit2, a small space with big ambitions.

Located on the first floor of Atkinson Hall on the UC San Diego campus, the space is part of the UCSD division of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2).

The gallery will have its formal opening in the spring, but [giantJoystick] will be open to the public every weekday from 11am to 5pm through March 17 (with a reception planned for February 14 from 6-8pm).

An interactive artwork and play sculpture, [giantJoystick] is a working, large-scale game interface designed for collaborative play, by artist and media theorist Mary Flanagan. Video games have been around for over forty years, and have redefined our reality with classics such as “Pac-Man”, “Asteroids”, “Centipede” and “Missile Command”.

Video game consoles, which offered low-resolution graphics known as 8-bit, were introduced in the 1970s. But it wasn't until the early 1980s that they became wildly popular, moving video games from the arcade into the home with the Atari 2600 game console.

That console featured a distinctive joystick, and Flanagan takes visitors back to the seminal period by turning the Atari joystick into a super-sized work of art that she considers a form of social sculpture.

Flanagan investigates everyday technologies through critical writing, artwork, and activist design projects.

“Mary Flanagan makes art and popular culture become one, following in the tradition of pop art,” said Ricardo Dominguez, a visual arts professor and member of the Gallery at Calit2 programming committee. “She also explores the aesthetics of gameplay, which today has extended beyond video games to influence media and culture at large.”

The artist’s work has been exhibited internationally at museums, festivals and galleries, including the Whitney Museum of American Art. “The exaggerated scale of [giantJoystick]’s installation emphasizes the physicality (and absurdity) of interfaces in their relationship to the human body and human interaction,” said Christiane Paul, adjunct curator of new media arts at the Whitney Museum . “Rather than treating the joystick as mere access point to the ‘other’ of the virtual world on a screen, the project highlights the joystick’s role in and connection to the physical world and the social
nature of play.”

Mary Flanagan’s work has also been exhibited at the Guggenheim, SIGGRAPH, The Banff Centre, Central Fine Arts Gallery NY, Artists Space NY, the University of Arizona, University of Colorado-Boulder, as well as institutions in Brazil, France, UK, Canada, Taiwan, New Zealand, and Australia. Flanagan’s projects have been funded by the National Science Foundation, the Pacific Cultural Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Flanagan holds MFA and MA degrees from the University of Iowa , a BA in Film from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee , and a Ph.D. in Computational Media focusing on activist game design from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design , UK . She teaches in the Integrated Media Arts MFA program in the Department of Film and Media Studies at Hunter College , NYC. Her research group and laboratory in New York is called TiltFactor, a lab focused on the design of activist and socially-conscious software.

The Gallery at Calit2 reflects the nexus of innovation implicit in Calit2's vision, and aims to advance our understanding and appreciation of the dynamic interplay among art, science and technology. The space is located off the main lobby of Atkinson Hall on the Engineering Courtyard of the UC San Diego campus (9500 Gilman Drive , La Jolla , CA 92093 ). Calit2 recently appointed Eduardo Navas as Gallery Coordinator; he can be reached at enavas AT

Calit2 is a partnership between UC San Diego and UC Irvine, and houses over 1,000 researchers organized around more than 50 projects on the future of telecommunications and information technology and how these technologies will transform a range of applications important to the economy and citizens' quality of life. The institute has integrated new media arts into its cross-disciplinary agenda.

Media Contact: Doug Ramsey, dramsey AT, 858-822-5825

Text by Eduardo Navas and Douglas Ramsey

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FROM: Kate Southworth
DATE: January 28, 2008
SUBJECT: invisibility phial: dead scene scrollworks #1

a new artwork from glorious ninth

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FROM: James
DATE: January 29, 2008
SUBJECT: Streaming Museum

Streaming Museum, real-time exhibitions in cyberspace and public space on seven continents, launches on January 29, 2008. The project, initiated by Nina Colosi, will present an ongoing program of multi-media exhibitions in collaboration with international curators and cultural institutions.

Streaming Museum is conceived as a source of free cultural content and public service messaging on the environment, education and health, accessed via Internet and in high visibility public locations. The opening exhibition, Good Morning Mr. Orwell, by pioneer video artist Nam June Paik, is a transcontinental musical extravaganza that interweaves fine art and pop culture icons. Paik's ideas in the 1970s about the "information superhighway" and global connectivity forecast the Internet.

See for information and location schedules for exhibitions of Good Morning Mr. Orwell and work by other contemporary visual, performing, fashion and theater artists, January 29 through April 24. Visitors at each venue are invited to upload pictures via cell phone or email to the Streaming Museum website.

Good Morning Mr. Orwell is presented courtesy of Electronic Arts Intermix, New York, and Paik Studios, New York. Streaming Museum is a member of International Urban Screens Association.


The program in Ars Virtua runs about 48 minutes and is really an amazing venture into video art as inspired by Nam June Paik. If you cannot make it to one of the physical spaces to see it, please consider visiting Ars Virtua.

We will be planning an official reception sometime during the run (TBA).

If you have any questions please feel free to contact me or info AT


James Morgan
Rubaiyat Shatner
Director Ars Virtua

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Rhizome Commissions Program

In 2009, Rhizome will award seven commissions with fees ranging from $3000-$5000. This year, Rhizome has expanded our scope, formerly focused strictly on Internet-based art to encompass the broad range of practices that fall under new media art. This includes projects that creatively engage new and networked technologies to works that reflect on the impact of these tools and media in a variety of forms. With this expanded format, commissioned works can take the final form of online works, performance, video, installation or sound art. Projects can be made for the context of the gallery, the public, the web or networked devices. This year, all applicants will be reviewed by a selected jury and several awards will be granted through Rhizome's membership in an open, community vote. Proposal submission takes place online. The deadline is midnight on Monday, March 31, 2008.

To Download the Call for Proposals and Submit a Proposal, visit:

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FROM: Nathaniel Stern
DATE: January 30, 2008
SUBJECT: Simulate Editions at Ten Cubed Gallery, Second Life

Simulate Editions
unique and authenticated virtual art objects

Premiering at:
Crossing the Void II
Ten Cubed Gallery, Second Life
opening receptions 31 January 7pm EST (1pm SLT) and 1 February 7pm GMT (8am SLT)

Artists Scott Kildall and Nathaniel Stern have each been exploring performance and performativity in their archival prints. Kildall restages then remediates iconic performance artworks in Second Life, and Stern straps on a scanner appendage and battery pack, and performs images into existence; both processes produce art objects in the real world.

For Crossing the Void II at Ten Cubed Gallery - Haydn Shaughnessy’s new virtual space designed by New York architect Benn Dunkley - they were asked to produce unique virtual art works for sale in Second Life, which mirror their real life prints. In response, they created a series of “Simulate Editions”, where every ‘print’ is individually signed and numbered by hand, making each work ‘technically unique.’ The works are copy and modification protected, but also come with a resize script, so that the new collector/owner - and only them - can grow or shrink their purchase so as to fit into their SL space.

In addition to Kildall and Stern, also on the exhibition are Chris Ashley, Jon Coffelt and Claire Keating.

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FROM: Petra Heck
DATE: January 30, 2008
SUBJECT: Interview with Erhan Muratoglu

Amsterdam's Balie is currently hosting a year long series of monthly seminars The Global Crystal Ball in which distinguished speakers reflect on the current phase of globalisation as emerging economies begin to make European and American dominance a thing of the past. Visual Foreign Correspondents is a related project in
which each month an artist from different regions reflect on themes that resonate with the discussion.

In response to this month's discussion on "what the rising powers want." Erhan Muratoglu (an interactive/digital artist and part of an exciting network of artists working in Istanbul associated with the Nomad group and Kuda design has produced a a short animation, almost haiku in its brevity, whose stylized 3D aesthetic
resemble the computer game Grand Theft Auto. This micro narrative paints a bleak picture of a city without people only cars in which the physical infrastructure of the street itself rises up in protest against upending a car that has been wrongly parked on the pavement and setting off the alarm.

The work can be found at
Below is an extract from an interview with the artist.
which can be found in full on the website

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FROM: Ethan Ham
DATE: January 25, 2008
SUBJECT: Data visualization art

The posting on Networked Performance about the News Knitter (reblogged on Rhizome here) prompted me to mull over the common pitfalls (that I'm not immune to stumbling over in my own art) of data visualization & technology-based art. I'd love to have people take a look at the post and share their thoughts: Coffee, knitting, rice, and data. (


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