Louise Desrenards | 23 Nov 00:53 2014
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Coming back from the Cultural Resistance International Film Festival of Lebanon

The second opus of the Cultural Resistance International Film of
Lebanon curated by Nicole Brenez is just closed. Yet now Jocelyne Saab
the filmaker and founder Director of the Festival is coming back in
Paris. It will possible to hear and have some discussion with her on
the next week.

 PARIS / École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS)
Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme

Dans le cadre de /  As part of:
SOMETHING YOU SHOULD KNOW:  ARTISTES ET PRODUCTEURS AUJOURD'HUI
NOWADAYS PRODUCERS AND ARTISTS

Curated by Patricia Falguières, Elisabeth Lebovici et Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez

Elles recevront / They will receive

JOCELYNE SAAB

Le mercredi 26 novembre à 19h / on Wenesday Nov. 26th at 7pm

de 19 h. à 21 h.

à la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme
18 RUE SUGER, 75006
(métro Odéon ou Saint – Michel)
- La salle n’est pas ouverte avant 18h 50.

 <at>  Maison des Sciences de l'Homme
16-18 Suger Street (M° Odéon or  M° Saint-Michel)
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Andreas Broeckmann | 22 Nov 15:22 2014
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CONF: Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism (Prague, 27-28 Nov 14)

From: Blanka Švédová <svedova@...>
Date: Nov 21, 2014
Subject: CONF: Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism (Prague, 27-28 Nov 14)

Prague, Institute of Art History of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech 
Republic, Husova 4, 110 00 Praha 1, November 27 - 28, 2014

Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism in the Avant-Garde and Modernism:  The 
Impact of WWI

This workshop follows up on discussions that were initiated at an
international symposium in Stockholm: The European Artistic Avant–Garde
c. 1910-1930: Formations, Networks and Transnational Strategies (11–13
September 2013). It focuses on one particular aspect of the avant-garde
and modernism, namely, the clash therein of the national, the
transnational and the cosmopolitan. In the countries of Central and
Eastern Europe, but to some extent in Scandinavia too, the struggle for
national independence, which in most cases began in the 19th century and
culminated during and after World War I, had important cultural and
artistic consequences. The symposium will track the changes in and
compare the nationalist rhetorics in modern and avant-garde art just
before the outbreak of WWI, as well as during and after the war. After
1917 the map of Europe changed dramatically. A number of new,
independent states were established, and these developments found
expression in every genre of the visual arts and transformed the image
of the continent. The papers presented in this workshop focus primarily,
but not exclusively, on modernism and the avant-garde in Central and
Eastern Europe, the Baltics and Scandinavia. There are also papers that
describe the dissemination and translation of avant-garde language in
regions and countries at the fringes of Europe. Some questions we would
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Christian Ziegler | 21 Nov 21:36 2014
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Position in Sound Studies / Sound Design

Assistant Professor in Sound Studies / Sound Design 
School of Arts, Media and Engineering Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts Arizona State University

The School of Arts, Media and Engineering (ame.asu.edu) in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
at Arizona State University invites applicants for a full-time tenure-track appointment in sound
studies/sound design at the assistant professor level beginning Fall 2015. The successful candidate
will take a leadership role in sound studies, sound art and design, and the aural or acoustic dimension of
experience in contexts ranging from architecture, interior design, health, games, and performance to
culture and history and contribute significantly to the development of the education and research
mission of the School.

Application Deadline: The application deadline is December 15, 2014; if not filled, reviews will occur
monthly thereafter until the search is closed.

For complete qualifications and application information, see
http://ame.asu.edu/about/employment_faculty.php

Armin Medosch | 21 Nov 11:57 2014
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Art Fields: Wild Ontologies in the Service of Activating History


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Art Fields: Wild Ontologies in the Service of Activating History, Part 1
(Part 2 is broadcast Sunday  a week, 30.11.2014)

This two part radio program on Kunstradio has been guest curated by
Armin Medosch. It presents works of artists from The Fields exhibition
http://rixc.org/fields/ adapted for the radio art context of Kunstradio.
The first part presents  “We Take Nothing For Granted – On the Building
of an Alert and Knowledgeable Citizenry” by Matthew Biederman, Marko
Peljhan, Brian Springer & Aljosa Abrahamsberg, “Nervous Field” by Karl
Heinz Jeron and "Kunstfelder" a radiophonic essay by Armin Medosch. Part
two On Nov 30th presents works by Manu Luksch, Annemie Maes, RIXC and
Martin Howse. More information and previews of works:
http://www.kunstradio.at/2014B/23_11_14.html

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6PM YOUR LOCAL TIME THE UK BETA TEST | NOVEMBER 22, 2014

6PM YOUR LOCAL TIME
THE UK BETA TEST | NOVEMBER 22, 2014

Contact: gabrielle@... 
Hashtag: #6pmuk
Participants: Furtherfield, London; Bloc Projects, Sheffield; Carroll / Fletcher, London; Jessy
Darling / Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge;Enclave, London; FACT, Liverpool; Federation House,
Manchester; Platform Arts Belfast, Belfast; PS2 - Paragon Studios, Belfast;Seventeen, London
Website: http://6pmyourlocaltime.com/

VISITING INFORMATION: http://www.furtherfield.org/gallery/visit
DOWNLOAD PRESS RELEASE: http://furtherfield.org/gallery-files/6PM-pr.pdf

6PM YOUR LOCAL TIME (6PM YLT) is a networked, distributed, one night contemporary art event, which takes
place simultaneously in different locations, coordinated from one central venue, and documented
online via a web application.

Furtherfield is hosting the first UK event, chosen for its history of critical engagement with networked
culture. Including a few, selected participants, the event will work as a beta test for the web platform
and for the organizing body that will launch, on July 22, a massive 6PM YOUR LOCAL TIME event, distributed
all over Europe.

At 5.30 pm, Domenico Quaranta and Fabio Paris from Link Art Center will talk through their ambitions and
inspiration for the project. For the duration of the event, participating venues and their audiences
across the UK will be testing the platform by sharing documentation images and videos of their events
under the same hashtag, #6pmuk. The audience at Furtherfield will be able to enjoy the live feed from all
the locations involved, and to discuss the project with us.

Artists, technologists, network thinkers and makers are invited to join us to learn more about the
conceptual framework for 6PM YLT and talk through how it can evolve, in anticipation of its European
launch in July. Food and drinks will be available!

6PM YLT is a format conceived by the Link Art Center and developed in collaboration with Abandon Normal
Devices (AND) and Gummy Industries.

BACKGROUND AND FURTHER INFORMATION
6 PM YOUR LOCAL TIME (6PM YLT) is a networked, distributed, one night contemporary art event taking place
simultaneously in different locations, coordinated from one central venue and documented online via a
web application. The locations (institutions, non-profit spaces, commercial galleries, artist’s
studios) will address their local audience and, through the dedicated web platform, a global audience.
While visiting your local 6PM YLT event(s) will allow you to experience a single portion first hand, the
only way to get the whole picture will be to access its online documentation: all exhibits will be
documented and shared in real time by organizers and audience on the dedicated web platform, thanks to a
web application aggregating content from different social platforms.

The lead partner will coordinate the event from one central venue, and will put on display the event itself,
screening the live feed from all the locations involved, and eventually making additional
documentation available in different ways, ie. arranging video conferences with specific venues, or
printing out images in real time and displaying them as a wall installation.

An Open Format
After the launch event, 6PM YLT will become an open format available for anyone to utilise. The lead
partners will maintain the platform and support the coordination of events all around the world.

Conceptual Framework
Today, art is mostly experienced through its documentation. Even if globalization made it easier and
cheaper to organize exhibitions, ship artworks, invite artists and move audiences to any part of the
world, the excess of cultural activity all around the world makes it impossible to be everywhere at the
same time. Bits are still faster and cheaper than atoms, and we can enjoy them more comfortably on
different devices. The border between first hand and second hand experience, reality and media
documentation becomes increasingly blurred, with a profound impact on the way art is produced and documented.

How does it work?
Almost every art-addict is now using social networks like Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to take
photographs during art exhibitions and to share them with their contacts. The pictures already have some
meta-data that we could use to trace them and to collect them: #hashtags, captions, geographical data,
publishing date. By suggesting the use of a given #hashtag to all the organizers and audience
participants, we can collect and show all this documentation on a dedicated web platform. Our software
will automatically collect all the pictures and tweets produced about the 6PM YLT event, and will show
them in a single gallery.

Partners
6PM YLT is a format conceived by the Link Art Center and developed in collaboration with Abandon Normal
Devices (AND) and Gummy Industries.

About Link Art Center
The Link Center for the Arts of the Information Age (Link Art Center) is a no-profit organization promoting
artistic research with new technologies and critical reflections on the core issues of the information
age: it organizes exhibitions, events, conferences and workshops, publishes books, forges
partnerships with private and institutional partners and networks with similar organizations
worldwide. More info: www.linkartcenter.eu

About Abandon Normal Devices
Abandon Normal Devices (AND) presents world-class artists at the frontiers of art, digital culture and
new cinema. A UK based organisation it is a catalyst for new approaches to art-making and digital
invention, commissioning public realm works, exhibitions, research projects and a roaming biennial
festival. AND has commissioned work from Carolee Schneeman, Krystoph Wodischko, Gillian Wearing, Phil
Collins, Rafael Lozano Hemmer and the Yes Men (to name but a few). More info: www.andfestival.org.uk/

About Gummy Industries
Gummy Industries is an online communication and marketing agency based in Brescia, Italy. Their work
ranges from consultancy to design and (web) development. They usually work with medium business and
large companies, with a strong focus on the fashion industry. More info:http://gummyindustries.com/

About Furtherfield
Furtherfield was founded by artists Ruth Catlow and Marc Garrett in 1997 and is been sustained by the work of
its community; specialist and amateur artists, activists, thinkers, and technologists, who, together
cultivate open, critical contexts for making and thinking. Furtherfield is now a dynamic, creative and
social nerve centre where upwards of 26,000 contributors worldwide have built a visionary culture
around co-creation – swapping and sharing code, music, images, video and ideas. More info: www.furtherfield.org.

Credits
Concept: Fabio Paris
Production: Link Art Center, Brescia, IT
Co-production: Abandon Normal Devices, Manchester, UK
Website and software development: Gummy Industries, Brescia, IT
Funded by: Creative Europe; Art Council England

6PM YOUR LOCAL TIME is realized in the framework of Masters & Servers, a joint project by Aksioma (SI), Drugo
more (HR), Abandon Normal Devices (UK), Link Art Center (IT) and d-i-n-a / The Influencers (ES) that was
recently awarded with a Creative Europe 2014 – 2020 grant. For 24 months from now, Masters & Servers will
explore networked culture in the post-digital age.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the
views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the
information contained therein.

heath bunting | 19 Nov 11:58 2014

new british terror laws

the global war on terror is a fraud

http://www.globalresearch.ca/twenty-six-things-about-the-islamic-state-isil-that-obama-does-not-want-you-to-know-about/5414735

the new terror laws will be primarily aimed at people offering an alternative 
narrative to the mainstream

http://www.globalresearch.ca/cameron-announces-plans-to-remove-british-passports-from-suspected-terrorists/5414716

i have been classified as a terrorist for my art practise

http://status.irational.org/map_of_terrorism/

i was recently an invited and paid participant at a government conference in 
whitehall, where the head psychologist of military intelligence stated publicly 
(and confirmed privately) that the british MOD now considers artists as their 
primary global adversary

these new laws are directed against truth tellers, especially artists

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alex | 18 Nov 21:05 2014

CFP: International Conference on Live Coding

Call for papers and performances:
International Conference on Live Coding
13-15th July 2015, University of Leeds, UK
http://www.livecodenetwork.org/iclc2015/

With pleasure we announce the initial call for papers and performances
for the first International Conference on Live Coding, hosted by
ICSRiM in the School of Music, University of Leeds, UK.

This conference follows a long line of international events on
liveness in computer programming; the Changing Grammars live audio
programming symposium in Hamburg 2004, the LOSS Livecode festival in
Sheffield 2007, the annual Vivo festivals in Mexico City from 2012,
the live.code.festival in Karlsruhe, the LIVE workshop at ICSE on live
programming, and Dagstuhl Seminar 13382 on Collaboration and Learning
through Live Coding in 2013, as well as numerous workshops, concerts,
algoraves and conference special sessions. It also follows a series of
Live Coding Research Network symposia on diverse topics, and the
activities of the TOPLAP community since 2004. We hope that this
conference will act as a confluence for all this work, helping
establish live coding as an interdisciplinary field, exploring
liveness in symbolic abstractions, and understanding the perceptual,
creative, productive, philosophical and cultural consequences.

The proceedings will be published with ISSN, and there will also be an
follow-on opportunity to contribute to a special issue of the Journal
on Performance Arts and Digital Media; details will be announced soon.

Timeline

* Templates available and submissions system open: 8th December 2014
* Performance submissions deadline: 16th February 2015
* Paper submissions deadline: 1st March 2015
* Notification of results: 10th April 2015
* Camera ready deadline: 10th May 2015
* Conference: 13-15th July 2015

Submission categories

* Long papers (6-12 pages)
* Short papers (4-6 pages)
* Poster/demo papers (2-4 pages)
* Performances (1 page abstract and technical rider)

ICLC is an interdisciplinary conference, so a wide range of approaches
are encouraged and we recognise that the appropriate length of a paper
may vary considerably depending on the approach. However, all
submissions must propose an original contribution to Live Coding
research, cite relevant previous work, and apply appropriate research
methods.

The following long list of topics, contributed by early career
researchers in the field, are indicative of the breadth of research we
wish to include:

* Live coding and the body; tangibility, gesture, embodiment
* Creative collaboration through live code
* Live coding in education, teaching and learning
* Live coding terminology and the cognitive dimensions of notation
* Live language and interface design
* CUIs: Code as live user interface
* Domain specific languages, and the live coding ecosystem
* Programming language experience design: visualising live process and
state in code interfaces
* Virtuosity, flow, aesthetics and phenomenology of live code
* Live coding: composition, improvisation or something else?
* Time in notation, process, and perception
* Live coding of and inside computer games and virtual reality
* Live programming languages as art: esoteric and idiosyncratic systems
* Bugfixing in/as performance
* Individual expression in shared live coding environments
* Live coding across the senses and algorithmic synaesthesia
* Audience research and ethnographies of live coding
* Live coding without computers
* Live coding before Live Coding; historical perspectives on live
programming languages
* Heritage, vintage and nostalgia – bringing the past to life with code
* Live coding in public and in private
* Cultural processes of live programming language design
* General purpose live programming languages and live coding operating systems
* Connecting live coding with ancient arts or crafts practice
* Live coding and the hacker/maker movement: DIY and hacker aesthetics
* Critical reflections; diversity in the live coding community
* The freedom of liveness, and free/open source software

Submissions which work beyond the above are encouraged, but all should
have live coding research or practice at their core. Please contact us
if you have any questions about remit.

Please email feedback and/or questions to livecodenet@...

http://www.livecodenetwork.org/iclc2015/

anne wellmer | 18 Nov 13:05 2014

50 years of electroacoustic & computer music education

NOVEMBER 26 - 29 IN DEN HAAG
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||| 50 years of electroacoustic & computer music education
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||| concert programme 
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||| 26 November 2014 ||||||| 
||| 19:30–22:00 Arnold Schoenbergzaal Concert 1
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1. G.M. Koenig- - - - - - Essay (4-channel version) - 8’
2. György Ligeti- - - - - Artikulation - 4’
3. Dick Raaijmakers - - - Ein Reiterstück - 7’
4. Alvin Lucier - - - - - I Am Sitting in a Room - 15’ 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Nic Collins, voice & electronics
5. Barry Truax- - - - - - Wave Edge - 10’ 
- - - intermission - - -  
6. Jan Boerman- - - - - - Musique concrète - 4’ 
7. G.M. Koenig- - - - - - Segmente 99–105 - 12’
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Ekkehard Windrich, violin
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Frank Gutschmidt, piano
8. Karlheinz Essl - - - - Natura Naturans - 12’ 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Karlheinz Essl, kalimba & computer 
9. Trevor Wishart - - - - Signatures of Chaos - 9’ 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Dithyramb–Kepler63e - 9’
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||| 27 November 2014 ||||||| 
||| 19:30–22:00 Arnold Schoenbergzaal Concert 2
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1. Gilius van Bergeijk- - Symfonie der duizend - 10’
2. Iannis Xenakis - - - - Mikka - 4’ 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Ekkehard Windrich, violin
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Mycenae alpha - 10’ 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Mikka-S - 4’ 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Ekkehard Windrich, violin
3. Daniel Teruggi - Springtime - 18’
- - - intermission - - -  
4. R. Gonzalez-Arroyo - - Voor Aagje 10’ 
5. Luigi Nono - - - - - - ...Sofferte onde serene... - 14’ 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Frank Gutschmidt, piano
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Gabriel Paiuk, sound projection
6. John Chowning- - - - - Turenas - 10’
7. Jan Boerman- - - - - - Kompositie 1972 - 13’
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||| 28 November 2014 ||||||| 
||| 19:30–22:00 Arnold Schoenbergzaal Concert 3
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1. Thomas Neuhaus - - - - Revelations and a Terrace Talk 12’ 
2. Andrew Lewis - - - - - Schattenklavier 15’ 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Xenia Pestova, piano
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Andrew Lewis, electronics
3. Jaap Vink- - - - - - - Stroma 12’ 
4. Igor Lintz Maués - - - Triflauto 10’ 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Thies Roorda, flute
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Johan van Kreij, electronics
- - - intermission - - -  
5. Bill Brunson - - - - - Exile and Life Close to the Horizon 10’ 
6. Richard Barrett- - - - Nervous System 12’ 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Richard Barrett, electronics
7. Dirk Reith - - - - - - Nested Loops 8’ 
8. Horacio Vaggione - - - Points critiques 18’
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||| 29 November 2014 ||||||| 
||| 19:30–22:00 Arnold Schoenbergzaal Concert 4
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1. Martin Supper- - - - - DH2 - 8’
2. Kalev Tiits- - - - - - Improvisation - 10’
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Kalev Tiits, electronics
3. Kilian Schwoon - - - - Pendelndeschatten - 10’ 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Gemma Tripiana Muñoz, flute
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Johan van Kreij, electronics
4. Konrad Boehmer - - - - Aspekt - 15’
- - - intermission - - -  
5. Karlheinz Essl - - - - Lexikon Sonate 7’ 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - Karlheinz Essl, electronics
6. R.Barrett/K.Tazelaar - Equale - 16’
7. Cathy van Eck- - - - - Song no.3 - 9’
8. K. Stockhausen - - - - Telemusik - 17’
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||| Koninklijk Conservatorium / Royal Conservatoire 
||| Juliana van Stolberglaan 1
||| 2595 CA The Hague
||| The Netherlands
||| +31 70 315 15 15
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||| http://www.koncon.nl/en
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<div>NOVEMBER 26 - 29 IN DEN HAAG<br><div>|||&nbsp;<br>||| 50 years of electroacoustic &amp; computer music education<br>|||&nbsp;<br>||| concert programme&nbsp;<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - -&nbsp;<br>|||&nbsp;<br>||| 26 November 2014 |||||||&nbsp;<br>||| 19:30&ndash;22:00 Arnold Schoenbergzaal Concert 1<br>|||&nbsp;<br>1. G.M. Koenig- - - - - - Essay (4-channel version) - 8&rsquo;<br>2. Gy&ouml;rgy Ligeti- - - - - Artikulation - 4&rsquo;<br>3. Dick Raaijmakers - - - Ein Reiterst&uuml;ck - 7&rsquo;<br>4. Alvin Lucier - - - - - I Am Sitting in a Room - 15&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Nic Collins, voice &amp; electronics<br>5. Barry Truax- - - - - - Wave Edge - 10&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>- - - intermission - - - &nbsp;<br>6. Jan Boerman- - - - - - Musique concr&egrave;te - 4&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>7. G.M. Koenig- - - - - - Segmente 99&ndash;105 - 12&rsquo;<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Ekkehard Windrich, violin<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Frank Gutschmidt, piano<br>8. Karlheinz Essl - - - -&nbsp;Natura Naturans - 12&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Karlheinz Essl, kalimba &amp; computer&nbsp;<br>9. Trevor Wishart - - - -&nbsp;Signatures of Chaos - 9&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Dithyramb&ndash;Kepler63e - 9&rsquo;<br>|||&nbsp;<br>|||&nbsp;<br>||| 27 November 2014 |||||||&nbsp;<br>||| 19:30&ndash;22:00 Arnold Schoenbergzaal Concert 2<br>|||&nbsp;<br>1. Gilius van Bergeijk-&nbsp;- Symfonie der duizend - 10&rsquo;<br>2. Iannis Xenakis - - - -&nbsp;Mikka - 4&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Ekkehard Windrich, violin<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Mycenae alpha - 10&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Mikka-S - 4&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Ekkehard Windrich, violin<br>3. Daniel Teruggi<span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>- Springtime - 18&rsquo;<br>- - - intermission - - - &nbsp;<br>4. R. Gonzalez-Arroyo -&nbsp;- Voor Aagje 10&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>5. Luigi Nono - - - - - - ...Sofferte onde serene... - 14&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Frank Gutschmidt, piano<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Gabriel Paiuk, sound projection<br>6. John Chowning- - - - - Turenas - 10&rsquo;<br>7. Jan Boerman-&nbsp;<span>- - - -&nbsp;</span><span>-</span>&nbsp;Kompositie 1972 - 13&rsquo;<br>|||&nbsp;<br>|||&nbsp;<br>||| 28 November 2014 |||||||&nbsp;<br>||| 19:30&ndash;22:00 Arnold Schoenbergzaal Concert 3<br>|||&nbsp;<br>1. Thomas Neuhaus - - - - Revelations and a Terrace Talk 12&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>2. Andrew Lewis - - - - - Schattenklavier 15&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Xenia Pestova, piano<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Andrew Lewis, electronics<br>3. Jaap Vink- - - - - - - Stroma 12&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>4. Igor Lintz Mau&eacute;s - - - Triflauto 10&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Thies Roorda, flute<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Johan van Kreij, electronics<br>- - - intermission - - - &nbsp;<br>5. Bill Brunson - - - - - Exile and Life Close to the Horizon 10&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>6. Richard Barrett- - - - Nervous System 12&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Richard Barrett, electronics<br>7. Dirk Reith - - - - - - Nested Loops 8&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>8. Horacio Vaggione - - - Points critiques 18&rsquo;<br>|||&nbsp;<br>|||&nbsp;<br>||| 29 November 2014 |||||||&nbsp;<br>||| 19:30&ndash;22:00 Arnold Schoenbergzaal Concert 4<br>|||&nbsp;<br>1. Martin Supper- - - - - DH2 - 8&rsquo;<br>2. Kalev Tiits- - - - - - Improvisation - 10&rsquo;<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Kalev Tiits, electronics<br>3. Kilian Schwoon - - - - Pendelndeschatten - 10&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Gemma Tripiana Mu&ntilde;oz, flute<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Johan van Kreij, electronics<br>4. Konrad Boehmer - - - - Aspekt - 15&rsquo;<br>- - - intermission - - - &nbsp;<br>5. Karlheinz Essl - - - - Lexikon Sonate 7&rsquo;&nbsp;<br>- - - - - - - - - - - - - Karlheinz Essl, electronics<br>6. R.Barrett/K.Tazelaar<span class="Apple-tab-span">	</span>- Equale - 16&rsquo;<br>7. Cathy van Eck- - - - - Song no.3 - 9&rsquo;<br>8. K. Stockhausen - - - - Telemusik - 17&rsquo;<br>|||&nbsp;<br>|||&nbsp;<br>|||&nbsp;<br>|||&nbsp;<br>||| Koninklijk Conservatorium / Royal Conservatoire&nbsp;<br>||| Juliana van Stolberglaan 1<br>||| 2595 CA The Hague<br>||| The Netherlands<br>||| +31 70 315 15 15<br>|||&nbsp;<br>||| <a href="http://www.koncon.nl/en">http://www.koncon.nl/en</a><br>||| <a href="http://www.sonology.org">http://www.sonology.org</a><br>||| <a href="https://www.facebook.com/events/1583679745193489">https://www.facebook.com/events/1583679745193489</a><br>|||&nbsp;<br>|||<br>
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Oliver Grau | 17 Nov 22:37 2014
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Philosophy of Art Today, International Conference, Moscow, Nov. 27-29th

International Conference Philosophy of Art Today, Moscow, November 27-29th, 2014

Organized by the Polytechnic Museum and Art Foundation Moscow Biennale. 
Venue: State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts.

What would a systematic philosophy of art look like today - in an epoch of technological transformation and establishing close relationships of artists and curators with the specific scientific fields of expertise? Given the dispersion of the arts, the multiplicity of their practices and technologies, and their shifting institutional and socio-historical frameworks, is such a thing at all feasible? What is the interrelation of the classical art history with the new media, technological and scientific art? A philosophy that takes its point of departure in the specificity of the arts, or even attempts to develop its concepts out of the encounter with singular artworks, may risk losing sight of the general issues of the contemporary world, which could be solved by approaching philosophy of technology and science. On the other hand, theories starting from concepts that seem to promise universality, such as judgment, or the idea of a specificity of aesthetic experience, often end up in general claims that have little connection to the arts and artworks. If such a philosophy, which would bring together the universal and the particular, were at all possible, from where would it draw its tools and concepts? Consider the ontological status of art, technology and science in general as poly-structural system? And how would it locate itself in relation to our own historical moment, and to the problem of the historicity of concepts, which seems to foreclose definitions that are not themselves part of the historically changing forms of art?

Speakers include: Oliver GRAU (Austria/Germany), Timothy DRUCKREY (US), Nina MÖNTMANN (Germany), Erkki HUHTAMO (Finnland, US), Alexander GARCIA-DUTTMANN (Germany), Matthew KENYON (US), Maria LIND (Sweden), Olga KISSELEVA (Russia), Christopher FYNSK (US, UK), Sven-Olov WALLENSTEIN (Sweden), Irina ARISTARKHOVA (Russia/US), Joseph BACKSTEIN (Russia).

Detailed schedule and online registration: 

Besides the daytime professional sessions, evening public lectures will be hold within the conference "Philosophy of Art Today".

Participation in the conference is free. Pre-registration is required.

The conference is supported by the Embassy of France and the Embassy of Finland in Russia.

Polytechnic Museum in Moscow is one of the oldest science museums in the world and the biggest museum of science and technology in Russia. A large-scale state-level innovative program of the Polytechnic Museum modernization was started in 2010. In the framework of the project a principally new museum and educational centre comprising the greatest scientific, technical and societal achievements based on the advanced museum technologies will be constructed by 2018. In 2014 Polytechnic Museum launched of the Polytech.Science.Art program, dedicated to one of the most significant phenomenon of contemporary culture - interdisciplinary collaboration between artists, scientists and technology specialists. The program started with a series of workshops and lectures of international and Russian experts, and will be developed in the following years through exhibitions, artist-in-residency program, conferences and special projects. It is curated by Natalia Fuchs (MediaArtHistories, Donau Universität/Cultural Management, University of Manchester), she is also in charge of interdisciplinary projects of the Polytechnic Museum.

Moscow Biennale is one of the most representative events in the sphere of contemporary art and culture in Eastern Europe. The last edition of Moscow Biennale curated by Catherine de Zegher took place on September 20 – October 20, 2013. In previous years Moscow Biennale was curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, Rosa Martinez,  Iara Boubnova, Daniel Birnbaum, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Jean-Hubert Marten and Peter Weibel. Moscow Biennale aims at offering not only an important visual experience but also a space for discussions and theoretical research. Therefore talks, conferences and symposiums are an integral part of its program. Among the speakers of this philosophical conference in previous years were such distinguished scholars as Giorgio Agamben, Jacques Rancière, Saskia Sassen, Christoph Menke and many others.

More information:

Natalia Fuchs / Наталья Фукс
Interdisciplinary Projects Curator
Polytech.Science.Art: Наука.Искусство.Технологии 
Polytechnic Museum, Moscow, Russia
Cell: +79104320152

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<div><span>International Conference Philosophy of Art Today, Moscow, November 27-29th, 2014</span></div>
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<div><span>Organized by the Polytechnic Museum and Art Foundation Moscow Biennale.&nbsp;</span></div>
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<span>Venue: State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts.</span><br><br><div>
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<span class="Apple-style-span">What would a systematic philosophy of art look like today - in an epoch of technological transformation and establishing close relationships of artists and curators with the specific scientific fields of expertise?&nbsp;Given the dispersion of the arts, the multiplicity of their practices and technologies, and their shifting institutional and socio-historical frameworks, is such a thing at all feasible? What is the interrelation of the&nbsp;classical art history with the new media, technological and scientific art?&nbsp;</span><span class="Apple-style-span">A philosophy that takes its point of departure in the specificity of the arts, or even attempts to develop its concepts out of the encounter with singular artworks, may risk losing sight of the general issues of the&nbsp;contemporary world, which could be solved by approaching philosophy of technology and science. On the other hand, theories starting from concepts that seem to promise universality, such as judgment, or&nbsp;the idea of a specificity of aesthetic experience, often end up in general claims that have little connection to the arts and artworks.&nbsp;</span><span class="Apple-style-span">If such a philosophy, which would bring together the universal and the particular, were at all possible, from where would it draw its tools and concepts? Consider the ontological status of art, technology and&nbsp;science in general as poly-structural system? And how would it locate itself in relation to our own historical moment, and to the problem of the historicity of concepts, which seems to foreclose definitions that are&nbsp;not themselves part of the historically changing forms of art?</span>
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<span>Speakers include: Oliver GRAU (Austria/Germany), Timothy DRUCKREY (US), Nina M&Ouml;NTMANN (Germany), Erkki HUHTAMO (Finnland, US), Alexander GARCIA-DUTTMANN (Germany), Matthew KENYON (US), Maria LIND (Sweden), Olga KISSELEVA (Russia), Christopher FYNSK (US, UK), Sven-Olov WALLENSTEIN (Sweden), Irina ARISTARKHOVA (Russia/US), Joseph BACKSTEIN (Russia).</span><br><br><span>Detailed schedule and online registration:&nbsp;</span><br><div><span class="Apple-style-span"><a href="http://polymus.ru/en/museum/pros/calendar/filosofiya-iskusstva-segodnya/">http://polymus.ru/en/museum/pros/calendar/filosofiya-iskusstva-segodnya/</a></span></div>
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<span>Besides the daytime professional sessions, evening public lectures will be hold within the conference "Philosophy of Art Today".</span><br><span><br></span>
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<div><span>Participation in the conference is free. Pre-registration is required.</span></div>
<span><div><span><br></span></div>The conference is supported by the Embassy of France and the Embassy of Finland in Russia.</span>
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<div><span class="Apple-style-span"><br></span></div>
<div><span><div><span class="Apple-style-span">Polytechnic Museum in Moscow is one of the oldest science museums in the world and the biggest museum of science and technology in Russia. A large-scale state-level innovative program of the Polytechnic&nbsp;Museum modernization was started in 2010. In the framework of the project a principally new museum and educational centre comprising the greatest scientific, technical and societal achievements based on&nbsp;the advanced museum technologies will be constructed by 2018. In 2014 Polytechnic Museum launched of the Polytech.Science.Art program, dedicated to one of the most significant phenomenon of&nbsp;contemporary culture - interdisciplinary collaboration between artists, scientists and technology specialists. The program started with a series of workshops and lectures of international and Russian experts,&nbsp;and will be developed in the following years through exhibitions, artist-in-residency program, conferences and special projects. It is curated by Natalia Fuchs (MediaArtHistories, Donau Universit&auml;t/Cultural Management, University of Manchester), she is also in charge of interdisciplinary projects of the Polytechnic Museum.</span></div>
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<div><span class="Apple-style-span">Moscow Biennale is one of the most representative events in the sphere of contemporary art and culture in Eastern Europe. The last edition of Moscow Biennale curated by Catherine de Zegher took place on&nbsp;September 20 &ndash; October 20, 2013. In previous years Moscow Biennale was curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, Rosa Martinez, &nbsp;Iara Boubnova, Daniel Birnbaum, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Jean-Hubert Marten and Peter&nbsp;Weibel. Moscow Biennale aims at offering not only an important visual experience but also a space for discussions and theoretical research. Therefore talks, conferences and symposiums are an integral part&nbsp;of its program. Among the speakers of this philosophical conference in previous years were such distinguished scholars as Giorgio Agamben, Jacques Ranci&egrave;re, Saskia Sassen, Christoph Menke and many&nbsp;others.</span></div>
<div><span class="Apple-style-span"><br></span></div>
<div><span class="Apple-style-span">More information:</span></div>
<div><span class="Apple-style-span"><br></span></div>
<div><span class="Apple-style-span">Natalia Fuchs / &#1053;&#1072;&#1090;&#1072;&#1083;&#1100;&#1103; &#1060;&#1091;&#1082;&#1089;<br>Interdisciplinary Projects Curator<br>Polytech.Science.Art: &#1053;&#1072;&#1091;&#1082;&#1072;.&#1048;&#1089;&#1082;&#1091;&#1089;&#1089;&#1090;&#1074;&#1086;.&#1058;&#1077;&#1093;&#1085;&#1086;&#1083;&#1086;&#1075;&#1080;&#1080;&nbsp;<br>Polytechnic Museum, Moscow, Russia<br>Cell: +79104320152</span></div>
<div><span class="Apple-style-span">Email: <a href="mailto:nfuchs@...">nfuchs@...</a><br><a href="http://www.polymus.ru">http://www.polymus.ru</a>; <a href="http://artypical.com">http://artypical.com</a><br><a href="http://www.facebook.com/polytechscienceart">http://www.facebook.com/polytechscienceart</a></span></div>
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Andreas Broeckmann | 17 Nov 20:26 2014
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CFP: Entangled Histories, Multiple Geographies (Belgrade, 14-17 Oct 2015)

From: Susan Klaiber <sklaiber@...>
Date: Nov 17, 2014
Subject: CFP: Entangled Histories, Multiple Geographies (Belgrade, 14-17 
Oct 2015)

Belgrade, October 14 - 17, 2015
Deadline: Jan 31, 2015

The European Architectural History Network (EAHN) is pleased to announce 
the call for papers for its 2015 regional thematic conference, 
"Entangled Histories, Multiple Geographies," in Belgrade, Serbia, 
presented in cooperation with the University of Belgrade - Faculty of 
Architecture. Visit the conference website for complete information 
about venue, keynote speakers, and other conference details: 
http://www.eahn2015belgrade.org/

ENTANGLED HISTORIES, MULTIPLE GEOGRAPHIES
Belgrade, Serbia

Conference dates: 14-17 October 2015
Paper proposal deadline: 31 January 2015

CALL FOR PAPERS

The EAHN 2015 Belgrade Conference "Entangled Histories, Multiple 
Geographies" aims to explore how different discourses emerged within 
architectural historiography and have both constructed and reproduced 
multiple identities, histories and perspectives on culture, nature and 
society. It also aims to apprehend the complex hierarchic articulation 
of these discourses, in terms of dominancy and peripherality, 
normativity and transfers.

The principal aim of the conference is to shed light on how different 
interpretations of architecture and the built environment have 
contributed to different readings of history, culture, nature and 
society, either simultaneously or in alternation.

Special attention will be given to addressing conflicting and 
complementary views, explanatory systems and theories that stem from 
understanding and interpreting the past by means of architecture. By 
"entangled histories" we mean architecture as both a prerequisite to and 
an instrument in shaping and understanding different or even competing 
histories of the peoples and places, while "multiple geographies" refers 
to the roles of the built environment in constructing and interpreting 
time frames and spatial scales, as well as cultural and political 
entities in which these histories unfold.

The conference will be structured according to three broad themes.

The first theme is historicity. This includes architectural responses to 
the appropriation and interpretation of the past from antiquity to the 
recent past; the roles of architecture in constructing meaning; its 
roles in conceptualizing or negotiating historical time and time frames, 
as well as how the interpretation of the built environment deals with 
various regimes of historicity and produces conflicting identities.

The second theme considers tradition/ innovation in architecture, which 
can be traced equally in modern, early modern, and pre-modern periods. 
The theme explores the roles of architectural history in addressing 
questions of center-periphery, globalization, and cultural, political, 
or religious propaganda in the built environment. Examples might include 
transfer of architectural traditions and/ or innovations within Europe 
or beyond; appropriation of traditions or imposition of innovations for 
cultural, political, or religious reasons; or hybrid 
traditional-innovative conditions. It also opens the question of 
architectural history and its role in the simultaneity of multiple 
modernities, ideological restructuring of cultural and political 
discourse and similar topics.

Finally the third theme looks at the role of politics, both in terms of 
the direct interaction of (local) powers with the field of architecture 
and of the intermediate pressure of geopolitics. The topics treated here 
could range from ideological matters - such as the instrumentalisation 
of architectural historiography, etc. - to operative policies related to 
economic and social issues, including the role of the State (in early 
modern and modern times; as a specification, during the Cold War, it can 
treat both the socialist regimes and the welfare capitalist State). The 
geopolitical perspective could embrace a larger chronological span and 
explore, aside from the phenomenon of globalization (with all its 
aspects), mechanisms that led previously to shape networks of political 
influences.

We invite papers that explore one of the three main themes listed above. 
These themes have been, and could be, addressed from different 
conceptual perspectives central to the topic of "entangled histories" 
and "multiple geographies". These perspectives might include, but are 
not limited to, those of conflict and change; ruptures and continuities; 
global entanglements and segregation; regional integration and 
disintegration; political and cultural homogenization, and 
standardization and heterogeneity.

Proposal due date: 31 January 2015, noon CET (Central European Time)

Please submit 300 word abstracts through the conference website 
submission portal: http://www.eahn2015belgrade.org/submission/

Entangled Histories, Multiple Geographies
EAHN 2015 Regional Thematic Conference
University of Belgrade - Faculty of Architecture
Belgrade, Serbia
14-17 October 2015
http://www.eahn2015belgrade.org/

European Architectural History Network (EAHN)
www.eahn.org

Reference / Quellennachweis:
CFP: Entangled Histories, Multiple Geographies (Belgrade, 14-17 Oct 
2015). In: H-ArtHist, Nov 17, 2014. <http://arthist.net/archive/8922>.


Gmane