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Next level of networks?

December 7, 2009
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Next level of networks?

Organized by Rix-C in Riga, Organized Networks meeting addressed issues of how arts organizations could better network, and how networks could add to the sustainability of our practices. The event was very productive on multiple levels and further emphasized that networks are fundamentally human, even if supported by different platforms of communication like mailing lists.…

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M.A.R.I.N. Project Launched at ISEA2009 + AND Festival

October 9, 2009
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M.A.R.I.N. Project Launched at ISEA2009 + AND Festival

Founded by artists Tapio Mäkelä (FI) and Marko Peljhan (SL/USA), M.A.R.I.N. is a mobile residency programme set on board a catamaran sailboat, redesigned and equipped to be a sustainable environment for transdisciplinary research in arts, sciences and technology. M.A.R.I.N  hosted an 11-week long residency, Ecolocated…

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Walled Garden

April 27, 2009
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Walled Garden

If in urban megapolises, upper class living is moving into gated communities, is there an emergence of walled gardens online, where the so called open Internet is slowly withering away? A conference by Virtueel Platform titled Walled Garden – Communities & Networks post Web 2.0…

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Dialogue on Art and Climate Change

April 26, 2009
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Dialogue on Art and Climate Change

Asia Europe Foundation (ASEF) hosted an event titled Dialogue on Arts, Culture & Climate Change in Beijing, October 9-12 2008. The Marine working session looked at marine ecosystems, art and…

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Dislocate in Yokohama

April 26, 2009
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Dislocate in Yokohama

Curated and produced by Emma Ota, Dislocate is an annual seminar and exhibition addressing locality, arts and technology. I took part in its 2008 edition, and its seminar on “Construction…

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ISEA2008 Singapore

April 26, 2009
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ISEA2008 Singapore

Helsinki, Montreal, Rotterdam, Chicago, Liverpool/Manchester, Paris, Nagoya, Helsinki, San Jose, Singapore – this was my 10th participation to the International Symposium on Electronic Arts. I was quite busy during the…

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