terça-feira, 20 de maio de 2008

Telematic Drum Circle

«Drum Circle is an interdisciplinary art project which combines Tele-Robotics, Computer Science, Pneumatics and Music. The project explores the rupture of deeper communication in the technology meditated world, and addresses the issue of global harmony by sharing participants' rhythmical spirit produced through the telematic live drum ensemble. It consists of two main components: a set of sixteen robotic drums arranged in an installation space and an interactive website networked with these drums. Each drum is representative of a geo-cultural region. Regardless of age, sex, religion, race, and culture, we all have a universal rhythm which is a heart beat. The drum is an instrument of rhythm, and I believe it can stand in for a person's heart. The heart to heart communication expressed on drums cuts through all the differences, and blurs the boundaries. By tapping the computer keyboard while at the website, participants around the world can remotely play the robotic instruments together, while watching a live streaming video of their ensemble broadcast through the website.» de Byeong Sam Jeon

Square Disorder

Conversa de Susana Mendes Silva com João Seguro e Ricardo Nicolau
Sábado, 24 de Maio, 17:00h
"É eminentemente inequívoca a urgência com que as práticas artísticas recentes têm vindo a hostilizar as estruturas expositivas e museológicas a partir de um posicionamento interno a essa construção ideológica. Este predicamento, não sendo novo nem inocente, predispõe-se nos tempos que correm a certas inflexões que pronunciam uma ambivalência relativa à postura crítica que as obras assumem dentro dos espaços em questão ou no âmago das posições criativas dos seus autores."
João Seguro é artista plástico e docente no Instituto Politécnico de Tomar.
Ricardo Nicolau é Adjunto do Director do Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves, escritor e comissário de exposições.

MICRO-HEART por Vanessa Muscolino

De Vanessa Muscolino, Agência 117, dia 5 de Junho pelas 22h, Lisboa, Bairro Alto.

Micro-heart é um projecto de desenho a preto e branco (tinta da china) iniciado em Janeiro de 2008, que conta já aproximadamente 500 exemplares (assinados e numerados).

Na noite de 5 de Junho será apresentado um conjunto de 200 desenhos + texto em voz-off.

Este projecto nasceu de dois conceitos:

1- Multiplicidade" (...) coração submerso, coração flor, ou muito contrário coração guerreiro que tudo quer possuir(...)"
2- Genorisidade (partilha, escala reduzida, intimidade...).

Hi5 Vanessa Muscolino
Hi5 Centro de Artistas

START

até 14 de Junho na Zaum Projects

Eurovisão semi-final

Hoje às 20H começam as semi-finais da Eurovisão. A transmissão acontece em deferido na RTP1 às 23H50.

A transmissão em directo pode ser acompanhada aqui_





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e-flux video rental

Projecto de Anton Vidokle e Julieta Aranda

Dia 22 de Maio a 18 de Julho de 2008
Terça-Feira a Domingo das 12H às 18H

Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
Sede da Fundação, piso -1


Mostra de vídeos e conferências

21 de Maio
17H Anton Vidokle e Julieta Aranda
19H Inauguração do e-flux rental

27 de Maio
18H Miguel Amado

10 de Junho
18H Jürgen Bock

24 de Junho
18H Jean-François Chougnet

15 de Julho
18H Miguel Wandschneider

e-flux video rental (EVR) is a project comprising a free video rental, a public screening room, and a film and video archive that is constantly growing. This collection of near 700 works of film and video art has been assembled in collaboration with over 60 international artists, curators and critics. Orignally presented on New York, at 53 Ludlow Street in 2004, EVR has been presented in Amsterdam, Berlin, Frankfurt, Seoul, Istanbul, Canary Islands, Austin Texas, Budapest, Antwerp, and Miami.

Every time EVR is installed in a new city, local arts professionals are invited to serve as selectors, choosing artists whose work is added to the collection. In addition, a program of screenings of works from the EVR collection is part of the project. In Boston, the program will continue with the participation from interns from the departments of Visual and Environmental Studies, History of Art and Architecture, as well as Mass Art and the Museum School in Boston.

In the 1960s and 70s, artists were drawn to working with video in part because it was cheap to use and easily reproduced and distributed. But video art has become increasingly assimilated to the precious-object economy of the art world. EVR is an exploration on the current processes of circulation and distribution of video art, and is structured to function like a regular video store, except that it operates for free. VHS tapes can be watched in the space, or, once a viewer fills out a membership form and contract, they can be checked out and taken home. A changing selection of works showcasing the depth and breadth of the collection will be screened during all times the exhibition is open to the public, coordinated by local students from Harvard and Boston-area arts schools.

This project also includes a special series of screenings on Tuesday nights curated by local artists, writers and curators as well as interns from the departments of Visual and Environmental Studies and History of Art and Architecture, Massachusetts College of Art, and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.

Works selected by: fernanda arruda, marilyn arsem, defne ayas, gabriel perez barreiro, rene barilleaux, regine basha, thomas bayrle, katrin becker, ariane beyn, cis bierinckx, daniel birnbaum, osman bozkurt, adam budak, cac tv, annette dimeo carlozzi, luca cerizza, binna choi, mariana david, catherine david, nikola dietrich, power ekroth, mai abu eldahab, esra ersen, jose louis falconi, hedwig fijen, elena filipovic, lauri firstenberg, susanne gaensheimer, gabrielle giattino, massimiliano gionni, julieta gonzález, francesca grassi, andrea grover, cao guimaraes, alfred guzzetti, jörg heiser, arne hendriks, sofia hernandez, maria hlavajova, jens hoffmann, teresa hubbard & alexander birchler, anthony huberman, pierre huyghe, eungie joo, yu hyun jung, christoph keller, sung won kim, adam klimczak, anders krueger, pablo leon de la barra, fernando llanos, omar lopez-chahoud, jaroslaw lubiak, bill lundberg, ives maes, karen mahaffy, raimundas malasauskas, franco marinotti, vincent meessen, viktor misiano, edit molnár, kassandra nakas, molly nesbit, hans ulrich obrist, lívia páldi, november paynter, wim peeters & marie denkens, zsolt petrányi natasa petresin, stephen prina, risa puleo, alia rayyan, karyn riegel, david rych, hyun jun ryu, esra sarigedik, nermin saybasili, itala schmeltz, stefanie schulte strathaus, basak senova, henk slager, hajnalka somogy, ali subotnik, christine tohme, regina vater, gilbert vicario, florian waldvogel, franciska zólyom, nathalie zonnenberg

Artists: 24/7 tv, a-clip, vahram aghasyan, doug aitken, lucas ajemian, nevin aladag, kamal aljafari, jennifer allora & guillermo calzadilla, paulo almeida, can altay, carlos amorales, andré amparo, j tobias anderson, alexander apóstol, vasco araújo, assume vivid astro focus, michel auder, sven augustijnen, alexandra bachzetsis, miriam bäckström, lucas bambozzi, edson barrus, judith barry, yael bartana, taysir batniji, thomas bayrle, sarah beddington, patricia belli, elisabetta benassi, kazimierz bendkowski, roberto berliner, janet biggs, colectivo bijari, marc bijl, johanna billing, julien jonas bismuth, alberto bitar e leonardo bitar, john bock, manon de boer, mike bouchet, frank boue, andrea bowers, osman bozkurt, ulla von brandenburg, pavel braila, candice breitz, wojciech bruszewski, martin butler, chris caccamise, yane calovski & FOS, mircea cantor, domenico cappello, carolina caycedo, alex cecchetti & christian frosi, alejandro cesarco, juan cespedes, paul chan, terry chatkupt, marcos chaves, mina cheon, loulou cherinet, olga chernysheva, ali cherri, sunah choi, heman chong & isabel cornaro, kerstin cmelka, cecilia condit, joost conijn, marie cool & fabio balducci, alexander costello, alfredo b. crevenna, carlo crovato, roberto cuoghi, federico curiel, hubert czerepok, marilá dardot, simona denicolai & ivo provoost, marta deskur, angela detanico y rafael lain, stefaan dheedene, wilson diaz, melissa dubbin & aaron s. davidson, ivan edeza, effi & amir, james elaine/william basinski, fouad elkoury, hala elkoussy, shahram entekhabi & mieke bal, annika eriksson, espacio la culpable, marcell esterházy, extrastruggle, héctor falcón, matias faldbakken, jeanne faust/jorn zehe, rochelle feinstein, jakup ferri, dirk fleischmann, oriana fox, alicia framis, jonah freeman, gabrielle fridriksdottir, anna friedel, peter friedl, yang fudong, rene gabri, rubén galindo, andrea geyer, gilbert & george, jérémie gindre, christoph girardet, piero golia, emilio gómez muriel, francis gomila, dominique gonzales-foerster, rogelio a. gonzáles, rogelio a. gonzales jr., jacqueline goss, laurent grasso, loris gréaud, sagi groner, christian grou & tapio snellman, eva grubinger, cao guimaraes, dmitry gutov & radek group, joanna hadjithomas & khalil joreige, driton hajredini, yang-ah ham, adad hannah, sharon hayes, daniel herskowitz, shere hite, karl holmqvist, judith hopf & stephan geene, vlatka horvat, laszlo hudak & imre lenart, jane hudson, oliver husain, kristina inciuraite, las indestables, matthew day jackson, christian jankowski, evaldas jansas, tom johnson, ilya kabakov, gülsün karamustafa, franka kaßner, leopold kessler, hassan khan, nesrine khodr, laleh khorramian, heidi kilpelainen, changkyum kim, se-jin kim, shin il kim, tae-eun kim, szabolcs kisspál, leszek knaflewski, seung wook koh, jeroen kooijmans, korpys/löffler, katarzyna kozyra, elke krystufek, pawel kwiek, tim lee, crystobal lehyt, dominik lejman, jesse lerner, xavier le roy, erik van lieshout, deborah ligorio, khoór lilla & will potter, minouk lim & frederic michon, daniel lima, lana lin, lin lam, petra lindholm, fernando llanos, dora longo bahia, polonca lovsin, cecilia lundqvist, mary lucier, maria lusitano, jorge macchi, cynthia madansky, gintaras makarevicius, joanna malinowska, marepe, teresa margolles, gilberto martinez solares, trish maud, marssares, eileen maxson, mc messiah, mc liezuvis, vincent meessen, jonas mekas, bjørn melhus & yves netzjammer, john menick, ohad meromi, wieslaw michalak, simone michelin, christopher miner, lim minouk & frederic michon, sarah minter, aleksandra mir, mixrice, slava mizin & sasha shaburov, avi mograbi, naeem mohaiemen, sebastián díaz morales, frédéric moser & philippe schwinger, melvin moti, tova mozard, rabih mroue, felipe mujica, matthias müller, takeshi murata, juan nascimento%-Úniela lovera, deimantas narkevicius, argentino neto, sergio & rivane neuenschwader, tuan andrew nguyen, jesper nordahl, love nordberg, filip noterdaeme, sophie nys, yoshua okon, bjargey ólafsdóttir, anneè olofsson, yoko ono, els opsomer, anna orlikowska, tanja ostojic & david rych, the otolith group, chan-kyong park, philippe parreno, sean paul & david dempewolf, jenny perlin, diego perrone, alessandro pessoli, michael pfrommer, pablo pijnappel, john pilson, steven pippin, michelangelo pistoletto, shannon plumb, rafael portillo & manuel san fernando, linda post, liza may post, dean proctor & michael laub, the atlas group/walid raad, judy radul, orit raff, anne-britt rage, arturas raila, khaled d. ramadan, tere recarens, mandla reuter, jae oon rho, robin rhode, józef robakowski, camila rocha, tracey rose, douglas ross, karl ingar røys, julika rudelius, daniel rumiancew, david rych, natascha sadr haghigian, anri sala, samir, fernando sánchez castillo, beatriz santiago muñoz, julia scher, markus schinwald, andrea schneemeier, karin schneider & nicolás guagnini & jeff preiss, meggie schneider & bin-chuen choi, corinna schnitt, solmaz shahbazi, wael shawky, taro shinoda, santiago sierra, silverio, guy richards smit, gregg smith, michael smith, sean snyder, aaron steffes, a.l. steiner, hito steyerl, deborah stratman, jános sugar, özlem sulak, superflex, pál szacsva y, mathilde ter heijne, tetine, kika thorne, rirkrit tiravanija, maciej toporowicz, ana torfs, cecilia torquato & andré amparo, mario garcia torres, kerry tribe, caecilia tripp, stefanos tsivopoulos, nasan tur, alexander ugay, johanna unzueta, utopia station, michael van den abeele, mona vatamanu & florin tudor, gabriel acevedo velarde, mark verabioff, katleen vermeir & ronny heiremans, dmitry vilensky, joe villablanca, gitte villesen, barbara visser, jenny vogel, sharif waked, marek wasilewski, ryszard wasko, douglas weathersby, clemens von wedemeyer, lawrence weiner, suara welitoff, aleksandra went & alicja karska, klaus weber, adrian williams, marten winters jordan wolfson, tin tin wulia, erwin wurm, cerith wyn evans, sislej xhafa, haegue yang, adnan yildiz, carey young, akram zaatari, olivier zabat, florian zeyfang, igor zupe and others

Speaking in Bubbles


segunda-feira, 19 de maio de 2008

Feira do Livro de Lisboa sem data?

A publicidade da 78ª Feira do Livro de Lisboa estava hoje no metro com as datas 21 de Maio a 10 de Junho. No site da Feira do Livro de Lisboa a data de início é 21 de Maio, no entanto, a APEL diz que ainda não há data de início...

A comunicação saiu para a rua quando ainda não sabem a data de início? Na Quarta-feira, dia 21 de Maio, lá estarão pessoas no Parque Eduardo VII à procura da Feira do Livro...

E ficaremos todos a conhecer o famoso pavilhão diferenciado da Leya, com o "alto patrocínio" da Câmara Municipal de Lisboa que ao suspender a montagem dos pavilhões, pressionou a APEL a aceitar o pavilhão diferenciado da Leya, principal ponto de atracção da 78ª Feira do Livro de Lisboa.

Declarações de Saramago (editado por uma editora do grupo Leya) ao Público: «Não me parece bem. Se nos pavilhões cabiam as pequenas e as grandes editoras, podiam continuar a caber» | «não foi uma boa solução» | «abre portas a uma espécie de caos»

Presença da palavra Leya (Technorati) nos últimos dias:

Instalação "Elevator's Music"

The Mantis Project

Murais urbanos: IDENTITY david


«Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada transforms common people into icons by rendering them in charcoal as urban murals. By questioning the controls imposed on public space, the role models that represents us in the public space and the type of events that are guarded by the collective memory he breaks preconceptions of where art is permitted, when art is needed and to whom it is directed»

Padrões de Voo dos EUA


movements repeated to create a social space

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movements repeated to create a social space de Victor Boullet (via VVORK)

Tweet Wheel

Tweet Wheel permite a visualização da rede dos following no Twitter.

Dois exemplos:

jonasnuts

















domingo, 18 de maio de 2008

twistsori "an ongoing social experiment"

Para o fã do twitter, aqui fica twistori:

Este projecto foi inspirado no wefeelfine, e conta com os dados do motor de pesquisa do twitter: summize.

As palavras da Twistori são: love / hate / think / believe / feel / wish.

sexta-feira, 16 de maio de 2008