Geert Lovink | 23 Apr 14:33 2014
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Society of the Query Reader: Reflections on Web Search

The Institute of Network Cultures is proud to present INC Reader #9, Society of the Query: Reflections on
Web Search, edited by René König and Miriam Rasch.

Order a copy of the print book for free, read it online, or download the pdf on: 
http://networkcultures.org/wpmu/portal/publication/society-of-the-query-reader-reflections-on-web-search/	

Read the Introduction to the book here: http://networkcultures.org/wpmu/query/2014/04/23/reflect-and-act-introduction-to-the-society-of-the-query-reader/

About the book: Looking up something online is one of the most common applications of the web. Whether with a
laptop or smartphone, we search the web from wherever we are, at any given moment. ‘Googling’ has
become so entwined in our daily routines that we rarely question it. However, search engines such as
Google or Bing determine what part of the web we get to see, shaping our knowledge and perceptions of the
world. But there is a world beyond Google – geographically, culturally, and technologically.

The Society of the Query network was founded in 2009 to delve into the larger societal and cultural
consequences that are triggered by search technology. In this Reader, which is published after two
conferences held in Amsterdam in 2009 and 2013, twenty authors – new media scholars, historians,
computer scientists, and artists – try to answer a number of pressing questions about online search.
What are the  foundations of web search? What ideologies and assumptions are inscribed in search engine
algorithms? What solution can be formulated to deal with Google’s monopoly in the future? Are
alternatives to Google even thinkable? What influence does online search have on education practices?
How do artists use the abundance of data that search engines provide in their creative work? By bringing
researchers together from a variety of relevant disciplines, we aim at opening up new perspectives on the
Society of the Query.

www.networkcultures.org/query

Contributors: Aharon Amir, Vito Campanelli, Dave Crusoe, Angela Daly, Vicențiu Dîngă, Martin Feuz,
Ulrich Gehmann, Olivier Glassey, Richard Graham, Mél Hogan, Ippolita, Kylie Jarrett, Min Jiang, Anna
Jobin, Phil Jones, Simon Knight, Dirk Lewandowski, M.E. Luka, Astrid Mager, Martina Mahnke, Andrea
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Malte Steiner | 23 Apr 13:55 2014

Pure Data in Athens, Greece

On 26. April 2014 I will give a Pure Data related workshop at Frown Tails in Athens, Greece, details and registration are at their website:http://www.frowntails.com/technology/piezo-pure-data

The day before I will perform as Elektronengehirn on the Electric Nights festival in Athens: http://www.medeaelectronique.com/2014/03/electric-nights-line-up

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<span><span>On 26. April 2014 I will give a Pure Data related workshop at Frown Tails in Athens, Greece, details and registration are at their website:</span><a href="http://www.frowntails.com/technology/piezo-pure-data">http://www.frowntails.com/technology/piezo-pure-data</a><br><br><span>The day before I will perform as Elektronengehirn on the Electric Nights festival in Athens:&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.medeaelectronique.com/2014/03/electric-nights-line-up">http://www.medeaelectronique.com/2014/03/electric-nights-line-up</a></span><br>
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marc garrett | 23 Apr 11:41 2014

Reminder: Piratbyrån and Friends at Furtherfield 3 May - 8 June 2014.

Sorry for any cross posting...

Reminder: Piratbyrån and Friends at Furtherfield 3 May - 8 June 2014.

Curated by Rachel Falconer & Furtherfield
Opening Event: Saturday 03 May 2014, 2-6pm

Saturday 03 May - Sunday 08 June 2014
Open Friday to Sunday 11-6pm
Contact: info@...

The exhibition features newly commissioned work by Evan Roth, a series 
of Tapecasts and interactive works by friends of Piratbyrån, Geraldine 
Juarez, and a screening programme.

“For the last sixty years, capitalism has been running a pretty tight 
ship in the West. But in increasing numbers, pirates are hacking into 
the hull and the holes are starting to appear. Privately owned property, 
ideas, and privileges are leaking into the public domain beyond anyone’s 
control." - Matt Mason, The Pirate's Dilemma

Reminder - Piratbyrån and Friends traces the stories of cultural sharing 
and affinity-building among the activities and values of the members of 
Piratbyrån (The Bureau of Piracy), a Swedish artist/activist group 
established to support the free sharing of information, culture and 
intellectual property. The exhibition presents screenings, installations 
and artworks by various members of the group, including a newly 
commissioned work by artists Geraldine Juarez and Evan Roth. The show 
also features a new networked audio project which mediates their rich 
archive and foregrounds the role of piracy as an agent of innovative 
disruption and cultural transmission.

Exhibition Trailer - Piracy as Friendship
“Don't contact future. Future will contact you!”

More about the exhibition at Furtherfield
http://furtherfield.org/programmes/exhibition/piratbyran-and-friends

Maria Chatzichristodoulou | 22 Apr 13:41 2014
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DRHA 2014: final CfP

FINAL SUBMISSION CALL

Whilst we have had a number of submissions you still have one last opportunity to submit your (300 words)
proposal by the deadline of Monday, 28th April 2014

The University of Greenwich and the Department of Creative Professions and Digital Arts, will host the
DRHA2014 [Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts] International conference for the first time in
its history, from 31st August 2014 -3rd September 2014.

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Theme:
Communication Futures: Connecting interdisciplinary design practices in arts/culture, academia and
the creative industries
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Conference website: www.drha2014.co.uk<http://www.drha2014.co.uk>
call for submissions: http://www.drha2014.co.uk/?p=37
Call of site-specific exhibitions:http://www.drha2014.co.uk/?p=239

Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts [DRHA] is an annual conference whose goal is to bring together
the creators, users, distributors, and custodians of digital research and resources in the arts, design
and humanities to explore the capture, archiving and communication of complex and creative research
processes. DRHA provides an intellectual and physical space for cross-disciplinary discussion and the
generation of new ideas, resulting in many new networks and productive research relationships

Human beings, as users, have always been obsessed with finding new ways of communicating through various
techniques and technologies.
The rapid technological changes that have occurred during the last two decades have allowed us – the
users – to communicate through various social media platforms, providing us with more easily, faster
and more frequently ways of communicating.However there are always concerns about other impacts those
technologies might have on the communication processes.

The aim of the conference is to facilitate conversations on Design and collaborations between

Digital Arts and Humanities,
Creative Industries,
Digital Libraries and Archives,

For the first time the DRHA conference would like to support and bring together the Academic environment
with that of the Creative industries under a conference that will affect the current interdisciplinary
creative practices.

Keynotes Including:
-Google LAB Executive Creative Directors
- Prof. Federico Casalegno, Director of the MIT Mobile Experience Lab, USA
- Prof Janis Jefferies - Professor of Visual Arts and Associate Pro Warden Culture and Creative
Industries", Goldsmiths College, University of london

keynotes website: http://www.drha2014.co.uk/?cat=4

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Theme:
Communication Futures: Connecting interdisciplinary design practices in arts/culture, academia and
the creative industries
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Subject areas
·         Digital Museums and Libraries;
·         Histories and Archives;
·         Virtual and Physical Spaces
·         A World of Gaming;
·         Digital Agora: Democratising or monopolising
·         Gender and Contemporary Society;
·         Technology and Body
·         Technologies impact on the Socio/cultural;
·         Social Media;
·         Narratives;
·         Big Data and Digital Death;
·         Eternity Ethernet: is it eternal or will disappear tomorrow
·         Creative practices: Design; Fine Arts; Architecture; Performance; Sonic Arts

We are now inviting abstracts for the following sessions:
1. Papers
2. Roundtables
3. Workshops
4. Panels
5. Performances & Installations
6. Posters

More info on  the DRHA2014 Website
WWW.DRHA2014.CO.UK
Email: drha2014@...

Anastasios Maragiannis
Convenor and Programme Chair of Greenwich DRHA2014 Conference –

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marc garrett | 22 Apr 12:33 2014

Review of Thomson & Craighead’s book 'Flat Earth’.

Sorry for any cross posting...

Review of Thomson & Craighead’s book 'Flat Earth’.

Marc Garrett reviews Thomson & Craighead's recent book ‘Flat Earth’ 
edited by Sarah Cook published as part of two solo exhibitions. The 
first, Not even the sky at MEWO Kunsthalle, Memmingen, Germany from 26 
October 2013 – 6 January 2014 and the second Maps DNA and Spam at Dundee 
Contemporary Arts, Scotland from 18 January - 16 March 2014. The book 
contains a foreword by Axel Lapp, essays by Dundee Fellow Sarah Cook and 
DCA Director Clive Gillman as well as an interview with the artists by 
Steve Rushton.

"Thomson & Craighead provide parallel insights through their artwork 
into the protocols and technical procedures governing the functions of 
networks. However, human existence and human experience has a 
relationship with these networks and, out of millions of interactions, 
evolves not metaphors but fragmented symbolisms and stories. These are 
telling us about a networked society's gaze at its mediated self. And 
this is where art can play a special role in critiquing, communicating 
and sharing the nuances of this emerging multitude."
Garrett.

http://www.furtherfield.org/features/reviews/review-thomson-craighead%E2%80%99s-book-flat-earth 

Annick Bureaud | 22 Apr 11:00 2014

Meet to Delete! <at> Galerie Up Bruxelles, April 26th

Meet to Delete!

Saturday April 26th 2014
17h00 – 21h00 local time
Galerie Up - Bruxelles
17 avenue Paul Dejaer

www.galerie-up.com
info@...

Clarisse Bardiot and Annick Bureaud are happy to invite you 
on April 26th 2014 to Galerie Up in Bruxelles to Meet to 
Delete! as part of the art project 'The Weight of 
Information' by Julian Priest.

The Weight of Information – A Femto Art Satellite in Low 
Earth Orbit
On April 18th, aboard the SpaceX-3 Commercial Resupply 
Services flight CRS-3, a small art satellite has been 
launched into Low Earth Orbit from where it will begin to 
descend in a spiral trajectory before burning up on 
re-entry. The Satellite collects information from it's 
on-board sensors filling it's memory banks with data. When 
its memory is full it resets its registers to zero and 
starts collecting again, repeating this process thousands of 
times a second. The satellite believes that information has 
weight and is trying to escape it's death spiral towards 
burn-up by deleting information, being lighter and ascending 
to a higher orbit by forgetting.

Meet to Delete! A Four Hour Evening Event
You are invited to meet to delete in solidarity with the 
satellite. Come together at Galerie Up to lighten your 
information weight. Bring some personal information to 
delete around a drink during this 4 hour evening event: it 
could be destroying old (paper) bank statements, removing 
old contacts from your phone, cleaning out your spam folder, 
removing out of focus photos from your archive. Join us to 
delete something, remove the cruft, take control of your 
information, and feel a little lighter. And remember to 
delete more information than you create!
http://julianpriest.org/

Julian Priest is an artist living and working in New 
Zealand. He works with participatory and technological forms.

Andreas Broeckmann | 22 Apr 10:55 2014
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CONF: Intl Forum for doctoral candidates in East European art history (Berlin, 9 May 14)

From: Katja Bernhardt <katja.bernhardt@...>
Date: Apr 14, 2014
Subject: CONF: Int. Doktorandenforum Kunstgeschichte des oestlichen 
Europas (Berlin, 9 May 14)

Humboldt Graduate School, Luisenstr. 56, 10117 Berlin, 09.05.2014
Registration deadline: Apr 25, 2014

First International Forum for doctoral candidates in East European art 
history

East European art history enjoys a surge of research interest, but at 
the same time still represents a marginal area within art historical 
research. Accordingly, there are only few suitable platforms for young 
academics to discuss issues focusing on this subject area. With the 
forum for doctoral candidates, which from 2014 on will take place in 
Berlin annually, we intend to establish such a platform offering 
doctoral candidates studying Eastern European art history, visual 
history or architectural history (or a neighboring discipline) the 
opportunity to address conceptual, methodical and practical problems, to 
socialize, and to synergize their competences.

The forum is organized by the Chair of Art History of East Central 
Europe, Humboldt University Berlin and sponsored by the Verein zur 
Förderung des Instituts für Kunst- und Bildgeschichte der 
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin e. V.

Venue: Humboldt Graduate School, Luisenstr. 56, 10117 Berlin

For participation please register (attendance free) by April 25, 2014 at:

Contact:
Prof. Dr. Michaela Marek (michaela.marek@...)
Katja Bernhardt, M.A. (katja.bernhardt@...)

Programm

9.00-9.30
Begrüßung / Welcome

9.30-11.30
Tomasz Grusiecki (Montréal)
Vertiginous Carpets: The Unstable Confluence of Nationality and Textiles 
in early modern Europe

Daniel Véri (Budapest)
The Tiszaeszlár Blood Libel. Image and Propaganda

Giorgi Papashvili (Tbilissi)
Formal Portrait in Georgian Photography around 1900

11.30-12.00
Kaffeepause / Coffee break

12.00-13.30
Jagoda Zaleska Kaczko  (Gdansk)
Architektur und Stadtplanung in Danzig in den Jahren 1933–1945

Agata Pietrasik (Berlin)
Art in Crisis - Artistic practice from Poland in the decade of 1939–1949

13.30-14.30
Mittagspause / Lunch break

14.30-17.00
Kurzpräsentationen / Short presentations

17.00-17.30
Kaffeepause / Coffee break

17.30-19.30
Seraina Renz (Zürich)
Performance- und Konzeptkunst in Belgrad 1970–1980

Marina Gerber (Berlin)
Collective Actions since 1976. The Tension Between Labour and Free Time 
in the Dissolution of Soviet Art and Aesthetics

Michelle Maydanchik (Chicago)
The Origins of Moscow Actionism, 1991–1996

Abends
Empfang in der IfA-Galerie Berlin / Evening reception at IfA Gallery Berlin

Reference / Quellennachweis:
CONF: Int. Doktorandenforum Kunstgeschichte des östlichen Europas 
(Berlin, 9 May 14). In: H-ArtHist, Apr 14, 2014. 
<http://arthist.net/archive/7438>.

Andreas Broeckmann | 22 Apr 09:30 2014
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CFP: Research Projects in on Art in Eastern Europe (Bern, 10-11 Oct 14)

From: Ina Mertens <ina.mertens@...>
Date: Apr 17, 2014
Subject: CFP: Research Projects in Eastern Europe (Bern, 10-11 Oct 14)

Bern, 10. - 11.10.2014
Deadline: Jun 6, 2014

Call for Participation: ‘Which Side Are You On?’ Positioning and 
Orientation in the Art Histories of Eastern Europe. (Workshop) 
University of Bern, Institute of Art History, 10-11 October 2014.

The workshop ‘Which Side Are You On?’ Positioning and Orientation in the 
Art Histories of Eastern Europe is designed as a working meeting for 
young academics (in history of art and cultural history), curators and 
artists engaged on a research project with reference to Eastern Europe. 
The goal of the event is to present for discussion specific approaches 
to the current art scene and readings of the histories of art in the 
formerly socialist Eastern bloc states. In the recent past this topic 
has attracted growing research interest and researchers in both East and 
West need a more nuanced approach to the transition histories of Eastern 
Europe and the changed structures of the art world after the fall of the 
‘Iron Curtain’. Even though museums especially have been constituting an 
essential intellectual space in East European studies over the past 
years, specific local conditions have so far not been thematised, 
studied and documented academically.
By exchanging ideas on specific projects and work processes, we aim to 
adopt a perspective that is firmly trained on practical research issues. 
The precarious situation of archives and collections, which often 
accompanies research in Eastern Europe, is just as much part of the 
workshop’s scope as the opportunities for getting access to material and 
immaterial knowledge and for establishing cooperations between 
institutions, researchers and artists. We also wish to articulate the 
challenges faced by researchers who try to take a stand within the 
existing art and academic worlds or within the – often also changing – 
political structures of Eastern Europe. Research that takes account of 
transcultural aspects has to react to complex local currents, to 
subjective accounts and to the ‘real place’ in all its banality and 
economies. The goal of the workshop is to make tangible these ‘soft 
aspects’, which are normally excluded from scholarly discourse, and to 
discuss them with an eye to the knowledge they may yield. On the one 
hand we are interested in learning more about specific transition 
processes in their local circumstances, but also, moving beyond this, we 
wish to promote a discussion of method in transregional research. Not 
least among our aims is to establish contact and discussion among the 
participants in the longer term.

We invite researchers in the fields named above to apply as participants 
with a project description (max. 2 pages) that provides information 
about the research area and progress of their own work, and a short CV. 
Travel and accommodation costs will be covered.
Please send your application materials no later than June 6 2014 to 
ina.mertens@... and marcel.bleuler@...

Reference / Quellennachweis:
CFP: Research Projects in Eastern Europe (Bern, 10-11 Oct 14). In: 
H-ArtHist, Apr 17, 2014. <http://arthist.net/archive/7481>.

Louise Desrenards | 21 Apr 21:08 2014
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On "Ritual of Pope Decapitation"

This is a call for the last contributions before the shooting of the film:
"Ritual of Pope Decapitation".

It is to an independent film of creation, a developed release from
“Dispositif 46” (Device No 46) but dedicated to Frank Zappa’s Work.

By Thomas Bertay and Pacôme Thiellement—the authors and filmmakers of
the whole experimental short films serial of visual art the title of
which is The Device—Le dispositif—(1999-2013), among which the sum of
five opus "Pieces of human" Aviff Cannes 2011 award winner.

The Device—Le Dispositif—so what? Thomas Bertay and Pacôme Thiellement--so who?
https://www.criticalsecret.net/on-the-device-sur-le-dispositif,150.html

“So, if Ritual of Pope Decapitation is not a biopic, nor a documentary
or a animated Mandala, it is because they gather all in one. Written
as a tale, it… for whom wants to vibrate on the Big Note.” P.T. & T.B.

More information
http://www.popedecapitation.com/
(scroll down in the page)

Stage of Development and pre-production in Paris. Production and last
shooting in L.A. (May-June 2014). Post-production in Paris (over the
summer).

Producer: Xavier Filliol / Les éditions de l’Octet
Producer’s word
“Pop(e) Decapitation is primarily a writing project. The achievement
of 52 short films in forteen years (Le Dispositif) has forged a unique
cinematic style. Good laboratory audio- visual manipulation, Pacôme
and Thomas with great jubilation apply their talents to the Work of
Frank Zappa : both ridiculous and essential work to rediscover this
monument of music, through the prism pataphysics carnivalesque of the
Primordial Tradition.

Line and executive producer : Sycomore Films
http://www.sycomorefilms.com/
Référence unifrance:
http://www.unifrance.org/annuaires/societe/342289/sycomore-films

Only 12% are still missing.

Donors even modest are welcome whatever the date is.
Plus, Le Dispositif into 4-DVD—single print from 676 copies—is sent in
return for the contributions of € 35 ($ 48,37) or more.


“No, this is not a biopic of Frank Zappa—although he’s the hero of the story.”

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They say
"Special thanxxx to Gail Zappa, Sylvie Blum from INA (Institut
National de l'Audiovisuel) & Carl Oreste Franzoni aka Captain Fuck for
supporting us! "

Plus a lot of people whose name you will see
 <at>  http://www.popedecapitation.com/

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Review this information:
https://www.criticalsecret.net/+contribuer-a-rituel-de-decapitation-du-pape-contribute-to-ritual-of-pope-decapitation,039+.html

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Andreas Broeckmann | 21 Apr 19:29 2014
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STIP: PhD Scholarship Aberdeen

From: Amy Bryzgel <a.bryzgel@...>
Date: Apr 15, 2014
Subject: STIP: PhD Scholarship Aberdeen

Application deadline: Jun 6, 2014

PhD Title: Documenting Performance Art in Central and Eastern Europe, c. 
1960-1989

Elphinstone PhD Scholarship: This scholarship covers the entirety of 
tuition fees for a PhD student of any nationality commencing full-time 
study in October 2014, for the three-year duration of their studies.

This project takes as its focus the documentation and dissemination of 
performance art from the former communist and socialist countries of 
Central, Eastern and Southern Europe, from the period of c. 1960-1989. 
Performance art in the West emerged as a self-conscious genre, and a 
deliberate alternative to the production of painting and sculpture for 
display in the gallery space. However, in Eastern Europe, artists such 
as Jiří Kovanda (Czechoslovakia), Andris Grīnbergs (Latvia), and Ion 
Grigorescu (Romania) often created performance art for a select group of 
friends and colleagues, and even sometimes only for themselves. If in 
the West, documentation was often an essential component of performance 
art, and necessary to exhibit the work in the gallery, in the East, the 
recording of performances, by video or photography, was more haphazard. 
At times, artists were intent on documenting their work for posterity, 
in the hope that someday, somewhere (outside of the totalitarian regime) 
it would have an audience. At others, photographs were taken simply as a 
record, without any thought that they would ever be seen.

While Peggy Phelan (1998) has argued that the documentation of a 
performance can in no way serve as a substitute for having witnessed it, 
this PhD project will seek to challenge that contention by nuancing 
understandings of the documentation of performance art in the Soviet 
bloc during the Cold War era. By examining the function of the recording 
and (after regime change at the end of the 1980s) dissemination of the 
work on the understanding and reception of performance art in the 
region, the study will explore what it means to document these ephemeral 
works merely as evidence that they occurred, instead of as an art object 
in its own right. How does this change the function of the photograph or 
video and its status as an art object? How does it change the 
relationship between performance and audience, and with what 
consequences? Projects that employ a comparative method, engaging 
several countries across Eastern Europe, are particularly welcome.

Supervisor 1 – Dr Amy Bryzgel
Supervisor 2 – Professor Edward Welch

How to Apply:

To apply for an Elphinstone PhD Scholarship, you should apply for a PhD 
place in the normal way: 
http://www.abdn.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/apply.php, stating:
- ‘Elphinstone PhD Scholarship’ in the Intended Source of Funding section
- The name of the lead supervisor in the Name of Proposed Supervisor section
- The title of the specific research project in the Outline Summary 
section  Candidates should simultaneously register their desire to be 
considered by emailing the Graduate School Administrator, Ann Marie 
Johnston, at a.m.johnston@...
The date by which the above should be undertaken is Friday 6 June 2014. 
  Selection will be made on the basis of academic merit.

More information on this project:
http://www.abdn.ac.uk/cass/graduate/history-of-art-338.php

More information on Elphinstone PhD Scholarships: 
http://www.abdn.ac.uk/cass/graduate/elphinstone-phd-scholarships-329.php

Reference / Quellennachweis:
STIP: PhD Scholarship Aberdeen. In: H-ArtHist, Apr 15, 2014. 
<http://arthist.net/archive/7463>.

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Oskoff | 21 Apr 11:03 2014
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Generative and chaotic: Workshop[rdxs] <at> NK

Hi all, here some info about a workshop this next weekend at NK in Berlin,
salut!

oscar


Generative and chaotic: Workshop [rdxs]:__x=i d’Óscar Martín

The workshop is planned as an experimental, theoretical and hands-on laboratory on the concepts of emergent systems, stochastic, chaotic and generative sound & light art installations. The participants will work based on the contents and the technological development of the installation RdES ( http://noconventions.mobi/noish/hotglue/?RdEs_eng/ ). In the lab we are going to be learning tools like Pure Data and Arduino and the participants will be develop collective prototypes.

RdEs is an installation that explores the sonic and compositional possibilities of the concepts of complexity and emerging systems, using a network of “modules-particles” that interact with each other and with the environment. Each “module-particle” follows simple individual rules, but is able to generate more complex and sophisticated patterns when combined with the others.

http://noconventions.mobi/noish/hotglue/?RdEs_eng/


day 01
*concepts and theorie:
emergent
stochastic
chaotic
complexity
Feedback
Tipologie of Networks
Installation {Rdes}

day 02
*Techniques and technologies:
Pure Data
Arduino

day 03
*practical:
Developing collective prototypes

Please Preregister for the workshop by sending an email to Oscar Martin at: noishx <at> gmail.com

DURATION: 12 hours 3 days ( 4 hours day )
FEE: 65 euros ( includes electronic materials like LDR, leds, speaker, cables )

Participants should bring:

-arduino board UNO or similar
-headphones
-protoboard (optional, if you have one)
-Soldering gun

Oscar Martin [noish]
http://noconventions.mobi/noish/

Experimental artist, independent researcher and programmer working in the fields of sound art, installations, interactive and generative systems, performances and net radioart




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<div>Hi all, here some info about a workshop this next weekend at NK in Berlin, <br>
</div>salut!<br><br>
</div>oscar<br><br><br><h3>Generative and chaotic: Workshop [rdxs]:__x=i d&rsquo;&Oacute;scar Mart&iacute;n</h3>

			
				<p>The workshop  is planned as an experimental, theoretical and 
hands-on laboratory on the concepts of emergent systems, stochastic, 
chaotic and generative sound &amp; light art installations. The 
participants will work based on the contents and the technological 
development of the installation RdES ( 
<a href="http://noconventions.mobi/noish/hotglue/?RdEs_eng/" target="_blank">http://noconventions.mobi/noish/hotglue/?RdEs_eng/</a> ). In the lab we are 
going to be learning tools like Pure Data and Arduino and the 
participants will be develop collective prototypes. </p>
<p><span></span></p>
<p>RdEs is an installation that explores the sonic and compositional 
possibilities of the concepts of complexity and emerging systems, using a
 network of &ldquo;modules-particles&rdquo; that interact with each other and with 
the environment. Each &ldquo;module-particle&rdquo; follows simple individual rules,
 but is able to generate more complex and sophisticated patterns when 
combined with the others. </p>
<p><a href="http://noconventions.mobi/noish/hotglue/?RdEs_eng/" target="_blank">http://noconventions.mobi/noish/hotglue/?RdEs_eng/</a></p>
<p><a href="http://noconventions.mobi/noish/hotglue/?RdEs_eng/" target="_blank"><br></a></p>
day 01<br>
*concepts and theorie:<br>
emergent<br>
stochastic<br>
chaotic<br>
complexity<br>
Feedback<br>
Tipologie of Networks<br>
Installation {Rdes}<br><br><p>day 02<br>
*Techniques and technologies:<br>
Pure Data<br>
Arduino </p>
<p>day 03<br>
*practical:<br>
Developing collective prototypes</p>
<p>Please Preregister for the workshop by sending an email to Oscar Martin at: <a href="mailto:noishx@..." target="_blank">noishx <at> gmail.com</a></p>
<p>DURATION: 12 hours 3 days ( 4 hours day )<br>FEE: 65 euros ( includes electronic materials like LDR, leds, speaker, cables ) </p>
<p>Participants should bring: </p>
<p>-arduino board UNO or similar<br>
-headphones<br>
-protoboard (optional, if you have one)<br>
-Soldering gun</p>
<p>Oscar Martin [noish] <br><a href="http://noconventions.mobi/noish/" target="_blank">http://noconventions.mobi/noish/</a><br></p>
<p>
Experimental artist, independent researcher and programmer working in
 the fields of sound art, installations, interactive and generative 
systems, performances and net radioart</p>
<br><br clear="all"><br>-- <br>oscar martin&nbsp; &amp;&amp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [noish]<br>:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::<br><a href="http://noconventions.mobi/noish">http://noconventions.mobi/noish</a><br><a href="http://metaminafnr.hotglue.me/">http://metaminafnr.hotglue.me/</a><br><a href="http://www.minipimer.tv/">http://www.minipimer.tv/</a><br><a href="http://ursonatefanzine.tk/">http://ursonatefanzine.tk/</a><br>---------------------------------------------<br><br><br><br>
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