The Cinema Effect
- Kottie gaydos [ 4/10/2008 - 11:19 ] #
For all of you east-coasters out there I strongly suggest a gander through the Hirshhorn to check out The Cinema Effect: Illusion, Reality, and The Moving Image.
The first of the two part exhibition, The Cinema Effect: Dreams is on view until May 11 after which Part II: Realisms will be on view from June 19-September 7. The exhibition, curated by chief curator Kerry Brougher and associate curator Kelly Gordon, endeavors to test the sometimes indecipherable boundaries between "real-life" and make-believe . An ultimately transporting museum experience, check it out!
Still from Anthony McCall's
You and I Horizontal, 2005
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(SCENE) Announces a Call-for-Proposals: 3D and 4D art
- Peter Richards [ 2/27/2008 - 17:12 ] #(SCENE) Metrospace Announces a Call-for-Proposals for a Themed Exhibit of Sculpture and Time-based Artwork
Lansing's alternative art space, (SCENE) Metrospace announces a
call-for-proposals for an upcoming exhibit of artwork which engages
time and physical space. All artists over the age of 18 are invited to
submit proposals. Proposals will be accepted through Friday, March 18,
The exhibit, which will be displayed May 3 - June 15, 2008,
is titled “3-D/4-D,” and will focus on three-dimensional and
four-dimensional works of art, in other words, the gallery’s interior
space will be occupied by sculpture, kinetic artworks, and hybrid
artworks that explore notions of time, change, and/or physical space.
Artists are invited to submit any number of pieces that explore this
The “3-D/4-D” theme may be interpreted through an
assortment of medias and styles including but not limited to:
sculpture, performance, video, sound, graphic design, photography,
collage, painting, installation, interactive or kinetic works of art,
and drawing. Artwork in any media or any combination of media will be
reviewed. Artists of all types are invited to submit current, original
works for this exhibit.
Entry materials must include a current
artist's biography and/or artist resume, as well as an artistic
statement to accompany proposed artwork(s). Proposals may include
images (.jpegs or .gifs) of actual or representative works, either on a
CD mailed to the address above, or e-mailed to
email@example.com. All entry materials are due Friday, March
18, 2008 in order to be considered for the exhibit (submissions with
missing information cannot be considered). Artists must also include a
SASE for the return of their materials. There is no entrance fee. Early
submissions are encouraged.
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Sleeping and Dreaming
- Nick Gaydos [ 12/18/2007 - 03:37 ] #
The Wellcome Collection, a gallery in London, is hosting an exhibition on "Sleeping & Dreaming."
This seems to be a perfect fit for an organization that focuses on Medicine Life and Art.
- Dead Tired
- Traces of Sleep
- Dream Worlds
- Elusive Sleep
- A World Without Sleep?
The show runs November 29th, 2007 through March 9th, 2008 and is free to the public.
Gallery: 183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE
[cross posted on thynk]
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(SCENE) Announces A Call-For-Proposals: Mail Art
- Peter Richards [ 11/28/2007 - 15:26 ] #EAST LANSING, Mich. - East Lansing's alternative art space, (SCENE)
Metrospace announces a call-for-proposals for an upcoming exhibit of
artwork which has traveled by post.
Mail art is art which uses
the postal system as a medium. Mail artists typically exchange artistic
works in any medium, including but not limited to: painting, drawing,
collage, graphic design, sculpture, assemblage, video- or audio-based
works, conceptual works, and installations. (SCENE) presents an
in-depth investigation into this artform, which evolved between the
1950s and the 1990s, and was influenced by such art movements as Dada
and Fluxus. The size and scope of each artwork depends on the artist.
For (SCENE)’s exhibit, the following definitions of Mail Art will be observed:
v. Like a message in a bottle mediated by the sea, so mail art switches
hands and is thus transformed. 2. n. The last object touched by one’s
self, representing one’s self for another to hold. 3. n. An artwork
that considers the journey as much as the destination.
Artists of all types are invited to submit current, original works for this exhibit. The exhibit will take place from January 11, 2008 through February 24, 2008. All entry materials are due Friday, December 14, 2007, in order to be considered for exhibit. Early submissions are encouraged. Actual works must be received no later than Friday, January 4, 2008.
materials must include a current artist's biography and/or artist
resume, as well as an artistic statement to accompany the proposed
artwork(s). Proposals may include images (.jpegs or .gifs) of actual or
representative works, either on a CD mailed to the address below, or
e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please contact Peter Richards at (517) 319-6832 or visit www.scenemetrospace.com.
(SCENE) Metrospace Gallery
c/o Peter Richards, director
410 Abbott Road
East Lansing, MI 48823
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(SCENE) Announces A Call-For-Proposals: "Collage"
- Peter Richards [ 9/19/2007 - 12:14 ] #
EAST LANSING, Mich. - East Lansing's alternative art
space, (SCENE) Metrospace announces a call-for-proposals for an
upcoming exhibit based on the concept and technique of collage.
(SCENE) Metrospace Gallery
presents an in-depth investigation into an artform that has evolved
from scissors, glue, and magazines into the contemporary fine art
realm, encompassing assemblage, video and audio collage, and conceptual
The exhibit will be juried by North Carolina-based Julie Thomson, whose dedication to collage includes self-publishing La Colle,
a 'zine style journal chronicling collage artworks, as well as
providing information and reviews about collage artists and
Artists of all types are invited to submit current, original works for this juried exhibit. The exhibit will take place from October 27, 2007 through December 16, 2007. All entry materials are due Friday, October 5.
materials must include a current artist's biography and/or artist
resume, as well as an artistic statement to accompany the proposed
artwork(s). Submissions may be sent as .jpegs or .gifs, either on a CD
mailed to the address below, or e-mailed to email@example.com.
c/o Peter Richards, Director
410 Abbott Rd.
East Lansing, MI 48823
For more information, please contact Peter Richards at (517) 319-6832, or visit www.scenemetrospace.com.
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Eminent Domain | Appropriation in Creative Practice
- Oliver Luker [ 9/16/2007 - 09:15 ] #
Collective | Curatorial Platform|
|Eminent Domain examines notions of blockage, recourse and resistance
that can emerge in diverse contexts – and what it can mean when these
manifestations are channelled into artistic product.|
The seventh collection of Dispatx Art Collective includes works
developed by visual artists, musicians, writers, dancers and
performance artists. The collection, which can be seen in Show, includes works developed online as part of the site
as well as submissions of completed work related to the theme. In
addition, and as a part of an ongoing investigation of curatorial
practice, the Eminent Domain forum will remain open throughout the
duration of this collection.
The curatorial narrative is best articulated through a correspondance
between various readings. While projects such as Hospital 106 4º1ª by
Jordi Canudas and Isabel Banal and Someone Called Me... by Emma Wilcox
are the works which most directly address the theme at hand, projects
such as Green Screen by Neil Chapman and David Stent, or Ellen Zweig’s
My Language Overwhelms Her Text, use literary fiction to generate
multiple attempts and points of inflection.
We are also pleased to announce the start of exploration of works
related to the theme Appropriation in Creative Practice, which can be
followed over the coming six months in Make. These
pieces, including works by Sandra Gamarra, Scott MacLeod, Åsa Ståhl and
Adad Hannah, also include among them the projects funded through our
inaugural commissions program. The completed collection will be
published in March 2008.
We are open for submissions of completed work until the 26th of January 2008. For more information: dispatx.com/submissions/
|Dispatx Art Collective is the leading curatorial platform for the
development and presentation of contemporary art and literature. Make
is a showcase for work in progress related to the current theme,
Appropriation in Creative Practice. Projects are developed online via
integrated documentation tools allowing artists to post regular updates
to their work in a continuous investigation of the creative method.|
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Commons license | ISSN 1750-9505|
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- Nick Gaydos [ 6/5/2007 - 12:09 ] # This just in from Outside Circle Artist Zev Robinson:
"Galeria Canem will be showing La Noche Electoral,
my video installation created in collaboration with Los Torreznos, at the second
Venice Video Art fair, June 8-9 on the island of San Servolo, and coinciding
with the Venice Biennale in which Los Torreznos will be one of Spain's
The following week at the Sonar Festival,
Barcelona, a programme that I curated of video works using sound and music in a
variety of ways, showing Thursday, June 14 at 14:00 and Friday, June 15 at
18:40. www.artafterscience.com for a complete
lineup of artists.
In July, my video installation Caravaggio
Dying, based on a poem by art critic, poet and photographer Edward Lucie-Smith
will be showing at the Helsinki City Art Museum as part of his exhibition of
photographs. It will also be showing at the Museum of New Art, Parnu, Estonia.
Also in Helsinki in July, my video Tin Pot Dance
will be showing at part of The Family, a group show put on by La Sala Naranja in
conjunction with Egle Oddo and Virva Sointu.
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Improvised Maps | Eminent Domain
- Oliver Luker [ 3/6/2007 - 14:03 ] #
|Dispatx Art Collective|
We're pleased to announce the publication of the sixth edition of Dispatx, which coincides with a complete redesign of the website. Curating and developing works from poets, photographers, painters and writers, for this edition we once again present an extremely diverse set of responses to the notion of Improvised Maps. These works in Show include a dozen projects developed online over the last five months and seven additional submissions including work from Gonzalo Puch, Denis Masi, Andrea Brady and Daniel Canogar.
In addition the exploration of the theme Eminent Domain can now be followed on a daily basis. Until June 2007, the Make area of the site will feature the work of seventeen projects chosen to explore the theme. These include works by Emanuel Licha, Juan delGado, and Paulina Varas. The Studio, an integrated set of documentation tools, allows the artists to post regular updates to their work in a continuous investigation of the creative method - the organisational process that translates creative vision to creative product.
Through making comments on the artists' process in Make, site visitors form a part of this organic process. We have provided a set of tools allowing you to create private collections, leave comments, and subscribe to RSS feeds for the projects that interest you the most. To familiarize yourself with these changes, please take the site tour.
|Dispatx provides the tools of a socialised internet for the development and presentation of contemporary art and literature. Visitors are invited to interact with the artists via the online display of their working processes, and to create unique private collections of the finished works. Through this process we seek to establish a new curatorial discourse based on artistic working practices.|
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- j. engling [ 3/5/2007 - 16:50 ] #
Ann Arbor, MI, March 9 -19, 2007
the University of Michigan’s premiere digital arts coalition, invites
you to attend SYNC 07, an annual Multimedia Digital Arts Festival
occurring March 9 th through the 19 th
at the Duderstadt Center on the University of Michigan north campus.
The festival features cutting edge works and performances that find a
point of union between art and technology, and are offered in a range
of mediums from digital painting, photography and animation, to
installation and multimedia performance.
technologies offer us increasing opportunities to explore artistic
intentions and can provide us with new insights into both the art we
experience and the world at large. SYNC 07 takes this as a new frontier
in the aesthetic encounter and adopts this as the unifying theme that
will bring together artists and thinkers for several days at the
beginning of March.
As the discipline of
digital arts enters its adolescence a more diverse group of artists are
trying their hands at expressing themselves with the aid of ones and
zeros. This year's SYNC 07 Digital Arts Festival will display some of
the best cutting edge talent in the area. From March 9th to the 19th
the Duderstadt Gallery will be home to video, audio, 2d and 3d art -
all either created by digital means or commenting on the increasingly
digitized space in which we dwell. This year's show will highlight a
diverse sampling of the endless possibilities the digital realm has to
The Gallery Opening will be held on Friday March 9 th , from 5:00pm to 7:00pm
schedule of performances is as follows: (all performances start at 7:00
p.m. and are held in the Video Studio in the Duderstadt Center)
Mar. 9 th :
crafts an improvisational web of audio and projected video that is a
reflection of humans as living beings taking in stimuli, processing it,
and re-experiencing it throughout their lives.
bill van loo & j. schnable (http://www.chromedecay.org/)
released their first collaborative album, "Raindays," a three year
effort accomplished during spare moments of inspiration and
cross-country visits. Both vivid and introspective, the songs are
balanced with an energy that doesn't explode, but blossoms and slowly
emerges in unexpected ways. Their live performance expands on the
groundwork of the recorded material through improvisational rhythms and
melodies. Live visuals provided by Jon Hudson.
My Dear Disco: Dancethink Music (http://www.mydeardisco.com/)
combines exotic instruments such as Uilleann Pipes (Irish bagpipes) and
Didjeridoo along with live laptops, synthesizers, vocals, saxophones,
electric guitars, bass, and electro-acoustic drums. They’re pushing the
boundaries of dance music by giving the audience a highly dynamic show
where each original song has its own distinct, highly composed and
thought-out identity. Live visuals by VJ Techno Vision.
Mar 10 th :
The Betamales (www.myspace.com/MCTrashpedal)
Ian Fulcher (of Hot Meat for Young Lovers and Drafted by Minotaurs on
trumpet, various inputs, trashpedals) Vince Swain (of Dabenport on
guitar, effects) and Paul Bancel (of The Riots on Drums) perform
abstract, ambient noise soundscapes to short silent films.
de • fenestra: (http://www.white-rose.net/defenestra/) will feature Elijah
Church (tabletop guitar, sheng, wood flutes), John Wolf Mcintyre
(theremin and harmonium) and Will Soderberg (laptop, signal processing,
midi guitar) performing live improvised electronic music with projected
shenanigans.tv (www.shenanigans.tv) reshapes
reality by deconstructing and reassembling the world around them to
create new understandings and new levels of communication. The
simultaneous combination of technology, media, and movement in their
live performances and recorded projects drives home the true meaning of
seamless integration. They will be joined by nationally renowned sculptor Steve Baibak, and performing artist Natalie Winans.
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(SCENE) Metrospace - Moving, Movement, Motion!
- Peter Richards [ 2/26/2007 - 12:36 ] #
(SCENE) Metrospace's home of the past three years at 303 Abbott is now closed for business. We will be re-opening at our new location, 110 Charles St., very soon! Please check www.scenemetrospace.com for updates.
Our next exhibit, "Motion," will open Friday, May 11 from 6-9 PM with a public reception at 110 Charles St.
Artist applications to be included in "Motion" are being accepted through April 6, 2007. Please include a project description, photographs or digital images of representative artwork, a current resume, and an artist statement with your proposal for the exhibit. Exhibit proposals may be mailed to:
Peter Richards, Director
(SCENE) Metrospace Gallery
410 Abbott Rd.
East Lansing, MI 48823
(please include a SASE with appropriate postage if you'd like any of your materials returned)
Questions? Contact Peter via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (517)319-6832.
Thank you for all your support and patronage at the Abbott Rd. location! We have truly made local history together as artists and art supporters in what was once merely a deserted bank. We look forward to an exciting schedule of exhibits, all-ages music events, theatrical performances, poetry, dance, and independent film in our new home. (SCENE) would like to thank the Downtown Development Authority, The City of East Lansing, and our neighbors at Ciesa & Associates for their generous support and endless willingness to make (SCENE) a successful, community-based progressive art and performance space.
We have a lot of work to do -- if you can volunteer some time, some expertise, some materials, or would like to make donations, please contact the director using the information above!
Thank you for your support of the arts.
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(SCENE) Metrospace Update
- Peter Richards [ 1/10/2007 - 13:25 ] #
(SCENE) Metrospace, East Lansing's alternative art and performance
space, will soon be leaving it's home of three years at 303
Abbott. An exact date and destination are unknown at this time,
but the former Kent Bank building on the corner of Abbott and Albert is
slated for demolition sometime in 2007.
In the mean time, (SCENE) continues a full schedule of exhibits and entertainment:
Friday, January 19 - (SCENE) debuts "DATA TRANSFER,"
an exhibit of technology-driven art with a public reception from 6-9 PM featuring music by Blank Artists:
a live set by Theater of the Absurd
and a DJ set by Drew Pompa.
Additionally, there will be interactive digital sand-painting on an illuminated sand table provided by David Ringlein.
The public can produce and print their own full-color digital sand paintings!
Saturday, January 20
- witness the return of 517NoiseFest:
for more details! This is a shared event spanning three communities and three venues: the DAAC
in Grand Rapids and the Panopticon
in Lansing. Noise artists appearing on the Friday and Sunday
bracketing (SCENE)'s Saturday show include such noise movement
luminaries as Dead Machines, Hot Tapes, Princess Dragon Mom, Aaron Dilloway,
Thursday, January 25 -
(SCENE) will host virtuoso marimba soloist Nathaniel Bartlett.
Feauturing a state-of-the-art digital sound projection array, Bartlett
plays "serious modern Western art music on a serious modern instrument
- the modern marimba." We are pleased to stage this concert,
which is open to the public. Doors open at 6:00 PM, the music
begins at 7:00 PM, and there is a nominal cost of $5 for this unique
sensory experience, offering "total immersion in sound." Seating
Stay tuned for more breaking news, including the unveiling of our brand new website!!
(SCENE) Metrospace is located at 303 Abbott Rd. in East Lansing,
Michigan. Regular hours are Fridays and Saturdays from 6-9 PM and
Sundays from 1-4 PM. Additionally, the gallery is opened through
the gracious support of volunteers Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday
afternoons from 1-4 PM.
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Films 4 [Conservation]
- Ben Gaydos [ 11/7/2006 - 12:46 ] #
Our good friends, Nick Lyon and Evie Wright, have just initiated a
wonderful web-based resource for conservation, photography and
film/video. Nick and Evie (who contributed an audio piece on jomas v.1) created Cockroach Productions nearly 2
years ago and have since made a huge impact with their work. They
almost singled handly changed the UK's Palm Oil market from one that
encourages the destruction of Indonesia's rainforests and orangutan habitats to a sustainable one. Their new initiative is www.films4.org a hub for conservation media, wildlife film and photography with specialized pages in ape, tiger and elephant conservation. From Nick & Evie:
Films4.org is an experimental resource for conservationists, filmmakers and
photographers dedicated to conservation of our enviroment and wildlife [ed]. Currently
running as a BETA test.
The idea of this site is that it becomes
a lively and dynamic first port of call for your daily web browsing. We
aim to collect all the news that you find most interesting and which
will be kept up to date with RSS web feeds.
We are trying to make the most of the
beauty of the internet and the democratisation of information through
new ways of finding information and spreading it. We encourage
conservation groups to take advantage of free internet tools available
to them to spread their message - not just through their own websites -
but through others like this - do you have a blog? do you run RSS
feeds? if you don't you are missing out on the chance to reach new
audiences and supporters. Have a look at the live news feeds below to
find out why.
We are also trying to make available some of the
most exciting media available - video - this can be locally or
internationally targetted - but if you have educational conservation videos
available online then tell us about it so we can collect them here.
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Wishing for Synchronicity : Works by Pipilotti Rist
- Ben Gaydos [ 10/28/2006 - 15:34 ] #
Museum Houston, USADates: On View Through January 14,
Contemporary Arts Museum Houston presents
first U.S. survey exhibition for Swiss video artist Pipilotti
HOUSTON, Texas – This fall, the Contemporary Arts
Museum Houston presents Wishing for Synchronicity: Works by Pipilotti
Rist, the first comprehensive U.S. survey of the seminal work of the Swiss
video artist. Organized by curator Paola Morsiani, the project brings
together Rist’s most significant work from the mid-1980s to the present.
Wishing for Synchronicity: Works by Pipilotti Rist is on view through
January 14, 2007, touring nationally following its Houston
“Pipilotti Rist is a tremendously innovative and
distinctly personal voice in contemporary art. As a master of her chosen
media, she uses her large and small projections to place the viewer within
her world, provoking the contemplation of broad issues through her
individual actions,” said Contemporary Arts Museum Houston Director Marti
Mayo. “We are proud to have organized her first survey exhibition in the
U.S. for our diverse regional, national and international audiences,
thereby continuing the Museum’s almost 60-year tradition of presenting the
best and most exciting art of our time.”
Wishing for Synchronicity: Works by Pipilotti
Rist includes eight of Rist’s early single-channel videos, six large
projections, and three additional works. The exhibition features a
selection of significant works spanning her career, such as I’m Not the
Girl Who Misses Much (1986) and Sip My Ocean (1996), in which pleasurable
images and music quickly become metaphors for hysteria and suffocation,
and Ever is Overall (1997), in which the camera follows a female walking
through city streets, smashing car windows with an iron flower as she
“Through her use of video, Rist combines the worlds of
art history and mass culture to create her own visual language,” said
exhibition curator Paola Morsiani. “She uses this convergence to
intelligently explore the power of our mind and its connection to the body
as well as the pervasiveness of our sexual experience and its link to our
mortality; and she expresses her profound empathy and hope for the times
in which we live.”
Rist recently accepted a prestigious commission to
create the visual identity for The Armory Show 2007, The International
Fair of New Art, to be held next February in New York City.
Rist was born in 1962 in Switzerland, and studied at
the Academy of Applied Arts in Vienna, Austria and the School for Design
in Basel, Switzerland. Her work has been shown at the Venice Biennale; the
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art,
Tokyo; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; and the Museum of
Contemporary Art, Chicago. She lives and works in Zurich,
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Eminent Domain | Call for Proposals
- Oliver Luker [ 10/2/2006 - 11:17 ] #
In old English law, eminent domain refers to the power of the state to take private property without the owner’s consent. Since the mid-19th century it has been employed as part of large-scale development projects and urban renewal – controversial practices that can be extremely destructive for local communities. The policy is often implemented when there is a perceived obstruction blocking the progress of a particular project and powers of override must force its conclusion.
In investigating this theme we call for artists to recast the concept of eminent domain in the context of creative work. Here it becomes similar to recourse – in the face of blockade, alternative and often radical tactics may be resorted to in order for an idea to move forward. At a point of critical mass existing systems begin to fail, invoking a form of negation and opening up a space of uncertainty. This uncertainty may force a radical reformulation of a work at a crucial moment of its incompletion and potential.
The concept of regeneration is helpful in investigating this theme with regard to process revision and its relation to the creative method. Literally beginning again, regeneration suggests a recursive, self-referential procedure. It also indicates different approaches to revision: on one hand there can be subtle, incremental modifications of existing structures, systematically inching toward a result. On the other there can be a Kuhnian paradigm shift – a more radical action that can demand a clean slate from which to begin from scratch.
The interplay of these strategies and the conditions that formulate them are fascinating areas of exploration. To what extent are points of resistance and conflict essential for shaping creative decisions? Are great ideas born of frustration or along paths of least resistance? What kind of space does this recourse open up?
In this context, the theme of eminent domain speaks not only to literal interpretations concerning revised landscapes, power relationships and innovation from decay, but also to a broader theoretical reading about the space opened up by an enforced change of approach. The use of these concepts, either as the subject of investigation or as a guide to process and methodology, will result in a fascinatingly diverse group of projects for the next edition of Dispatx.
For more information on how to submit, please click here
Final date for sending project proposals : 16 December 2006
Publication of collaborative project proposals : 15 January 2007
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back in the attic again!
- Ben Gaydos [ 8/15/2006 - 13:58 ] #
tim lane has decided to resurrect the attic!
I have found a new home for the attic which is desire. We'll see
how this works out. I don't think that I'm going to post old work. I don't
know how often I'll have work to post. But when I do have new work, I'll post
I guess that this is going to be more of a portfolio than anything, a lot
less perhaps than what the attic used to be. We'll see.
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once in a while you find something truely extraordinary...
- Ben Gaydos [ 8/11/2006 - 18:22 ] #
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Seven Days of Art and Interconnectivity in San Jose AUGUST 7-13, 2006
- Asli Ors [ 8/7/2006 - 18:39 ] #
"You meet a squirrel—he wants you to do karaoke. A South African artist
wants to turn your skateboard into a musical instrument. What is going
on? It's the ZeroOne festival, and it's a full-scale art attack on San
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- thanks asli! nice to see you here!
- Thanks Ben! I just got back from Ryoji Ikeda audiovisual concert , which was par...more
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The Deadline approaches, but do not fear...
- Peter Richards [ 8/2/2006 - 16:03 ] #
This is merely the
deadline for calls-for-proposals (letters of intent, really). The
finished sound pieces should be delivered no later than September 4.
(SCENE) Metrospace announces a Call-For-Proposals for "Sonic Landscapes," a sound-based art exhibit
EAST LANSING, Mich. - East Lansings alternative art
space, (SCENE) Metrospace announces a call to artists for an upcoming
exhibit based on the act of creating and experiencing SOUND. All
artists over the age of 18 are invited to participate. Applications
will be accepted through Friday, August 4.
Whether we experience it as entertainment or as an
integral part of our daily lives, sound is not just something we hear.
It is something we feel - emotionally and otherwise -- and is often
deeply ingrained in our personalities. (SCENE) Metrospace is looking
for artists whose work incorporates sound. This could be interpreted
through an assortment of medias and styles including but not limited
to: recorded sound, found sound, manipulated sound, sound assemblage,
field recordings, sound-producing devices, sound-based installation,
interactive pieces, performance, and video. Artwork in any media will
To apply, artists must submit images or documentation
representative of the work to be exhibited, a description of your
project idea, an artistic statement and a resume. Artists must also
include an SASE for the return of their materials. There is no entrance
fee. Please send your information to: (SCENE) Metrospace, C/O Peter
Richards, Coordinator, 410 Abbott Road, East Lansing, MI 48823.
Application deadline is August 4, 2006, and early submissions are
(SCENE) Metrospace is located at 303 Abbott Road, at
the Albert Street intersection and is open Fridays from 6-9 p.m.,
Saturdays from 6-9 p.m., and Sundays from 1-4 p.m. during scheduled
exhibits. For more information, please contact Peter Richards at (517)
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Repercusiones y Resonancias
- Ben Gaydos [ 8/1/2006 - 14:11 ] #
The 2nd Annual Journeys of Visual Anthropology
A week long event featuring:
From August 14th to August 18th. Nacional School of Anthropology and History, Mexico City.
The independent documentary movement against the new Radio and TV National Law.
Documentary, memory and social movements.
Institutional programs that promote viusal anthropology.
- Visual anthropology and religion.
- Anthropological photography and photojournalism.
From documentary to video-art and the philosophy of images.
- Screenings of
mexican contemporary ethnographic documentaries (including
Q&A sesions with the directors and comments by anthropologists)
Opening: "In the pit" by Juan Carlos Rulfo, comments by Nestor Garcia Canclini
Perspectives: A photo exhibition by Jose Carlo Gonzalez
La Revolucion imaginada: A traditional votive paintings exhibition by Alfredo Vilchis
View program here.
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julie @ electromind.
- Ben Gaydos [ 7/28/2006 - 02:14 ] #
props to julie meitz for showing other expats how it's done. jullie is a vj/fj originally from detroit, was on OCC's [ jomas
] compilation, and lent her impressive film jockeying skills to our
release party last june. she moved shortly thereafter to lyon, france
and has been keeping busy since.
she emailed the flyer for her most recent gig, Electromind,
to me last week and i mistakenly thought the date was in august, and
hadn't posted it yet. so, yes it's too late to get tickets. but you can
still marvel at the impressive line-up. and next time you're in france,
see if julie's playing.
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"Anger: the Best Medicine" exhibit opens this Friday!
- Peter Richards [ 7/17/2006 - 10:38 ] #
... also including a late arrival, a brand new sculpture by Matt Cygnet
which will stop you in your tracks.
WHERE: SCENE Metrospace Gallery, 303 Abbott Rd., East Lansing, MI 48823
WHEN: 6-9 P.M., Friday July 21
WHAT: An opening reception featuring poetry by Nicolas Hampton and other local voices, refreshments, and mingling artists. FREE and open to the public, however space is limited...
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interactive digital stuff
- Julia Yezbick [ 7/13/2006 - 10:32 ] #
When Ben and I were in Mexico City recently, we saw an exhibit at the Rufino Tamayo Museum that just blew my mind! This artist, whose name is I believe Santiago Ortiz, uses sound and images, put together through what seem to my simple mind very mathematical processes, to bring you hours of fun! These are all digital interactive "sound and energy" pieces that are part of a larger collection of interactive computer pieces. Who could pass up something with a name like "music over fractal land" and "sound sticky elastica structure?" Wish I could explian it all better, but maybe someone else, who understands the mechanics of it all can add on a little tidbit of information for those of us whose last computer class was before e-mail even came about...
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New Edition | Call for Submissions
- Oliver Luker [ 6/21/2006 - 04:20 ] #
Dispatx Art Collective
are pleased to announce the publication of our fifth edition, The
Plague of Language. Fifteen projects related to the theme can be seen
online at www.dispatx.com, featuring poetry by JH Prynne and Rod
Mengham, sound pieces from Paul Whitty and Chris Mann, and a full
length interview with Marc D Hauser of Harvard University. [more
We are also actively seeking proposals for collaborative projects related to the new theme in exploration : Improvised Maps
. This theme explores correlation, translation and recursion, and relates closely to the creative method
– the organising process which translates creative vision into creative output. [more
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- Ande Johnston [ 6/12/2006 - 00:04 ] #
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CD Release March 25 / "They Die In Movies"
- Peter Richards [ 3/14/2006 - 15:07 ] #
Saturday, March 25th
at Scene Metrospace Gallery
, bear witness to the culmination of months of labor and love...
They Die In Movies
is a narrative-based installation produced and directed by Jeni Mc
, featuring fashions by Berry Noxon
and photography by Cody Hinze
and Juan Beltran.
It is film-themed
and has been variously described as "a movie that never happened" and
"a look through a director's eye." The exhibit takes place during
the East Lansing Film Festival and continues on through May 13.
Simultaneously, It Takes A Village To Make Records
will release the much-anticipated "First-Hand Accounts, Theories & Their Repercussions" CD compilation.
A double-length album on one CD, FHATATR is a genre-hopping collection
of original independent music from all over the country.
The CD release will feature a giant mix CD swap!
Bring your own homemade mix CD to trade for a copy of the compilation CD -- other than that, it's FREE!
Bring an extra copy of your mix to trade with other release party-goers...
There will also be performances by Rai
, as well as a screening of "Hello and Goodbye" by Detroit's Test Pattern Pictures.
We thank "They Die In Movies" for graciously hosting our CD release.
See you there!
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