January 12, 2016 in archived

Absens (Frauke Materlik and Stephen Crowe)

An investigative sound installation and immaterial archive in the high mountains of Western Norway (Photograph by Frauke Materlik) Absens takes place in the remote mountain regions of Western Norway and involves…

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Calling Athlone (Steve Maher)

  Calling Athlone is a relational, installation and broadcast based art project that makes use of Athlone’s (Co West-Meath, Ireland) deep connection to broadcasting both past and present. The project…

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January 12, 2016 in archived

The Deconsumptionists, Art as Archive  (EIDIA – aka Melissa P. Wolf and Paul Lamarre)

The Deconsumptionists, Art As Archive originated in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (2009) and later relocated to Bushwick Brooklyn, New York (2012). During this time, three artists’ exhibitions were presented and The Deconsumptionists…

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January 7, 2016 in archived

Time Geography (Tricia Flanagan)

In Time Geography, the artist’s role is akin to that of a cartographer, creating tangible social objects to be read as alternative interpretations of our culture in motion. The project:…

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January 7, 2016 in archived

Riding Through Walls (Megan Smith)

  Riding Through Walls is a new research-creation project in durational performance in physical computing (a mash-up of terms drawn from fine art and computer science that express the hybrid…

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January 12, 2015 in archived

Ut Pictura Poesis: Drawing into Space (David Griffin)       

Introduction This is an artistic research project that presents a number of challenging problems, both in terms of the representation of the concept, and in its execution. The thumbnail sketches presented…

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January 12, 2015 in archived

Up Against the Wall (Susan R. Greene and Art Forces)

    UP AGAINST THE WALL is a project by Art Forces (www.artforces.org),  which is an art/activism/research initiative which investigates intersections of trauma, precarity, memory, borders, resilience, resistance and creativity using multimedia mural arts and…

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January 12, 2015 in archived

Pulse Project: A Sonic Investigation Across Bodies, Cultures and Technologies (Michelle Lewis-King)

Locations, Dates, Times: The Stags Head Hoxton. 55 Orsman Road, London, N1 5RA, UK. April 8th, 7 – 10 pm. See: http://stagsheadhoxton.com/where Rock House Art School. 49-51 Cambridge Road, Hastings, TN34 1TD, UK. April 10th, 7…

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Mutant Space, Metsamor (Atif Akin)

ABSTRACT Mutant Space is a large scope visual art project about nuclear power and radioactivity. Research consists of visual surveys around power plants and physics research and development on radioactivity.... Read More
January 12, 2015 in archived

On the steps of Antigone: poetic forensics of the disappeared, its body and land (Livia Daza-Paris)

Location:              Venezuela Dates:                   May 2015 – September 2017. Description: This project investigates unresolved and fragmented memories linked to non-official history of un-grieved state political violence in Venezuela in…

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January 13, 2014 in archived

Channel Surf (Department of Biological Flow)

Channel Surf is an open platform for arts-based research that will unfold during a 200km journey paddling from Kingston to Ottawa along Canada’s Rideau Canal. With approximately 30 participants at…

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January 12, 2014 in archived

Liminal Dome (Anna Romanenko, Björn Kühn & Gabriel Hensche)

Photo: Natacha Paganelli APRIL 1 – MAY 31, 2014, TECHNO-ECOLOGIES RESIDENCY, NIDA ART COLONY, LITHUANIA MAY 22 – 25, 2014, INTER-FORMAT SYMPOSIUM ON FLUX OF SAND AND AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS, NIDA…

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January 11, 2014 in archived

Listening For Narrative: Art, Intimacy and Interconnected Stories (Erin Bosenberg)

Through multiple interviews with artists and audiences that participate in ‘walkabouts’, Erin Bosenberg examines the value of intimacy. Bosenberg is particularly interested in the way in which intimacy – manifested…

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January 10, 2014 in archived

A Popular Destination (John Ryan & Tom Watt)

NEXT LOCATION: CORRYHULLY, THE SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS MARCH 20 – 30, 2014 “It’s not that we think so much alike, but that we do this thinking-business for and with each other.”…

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January 9, 2014 in archived

In Situ: Exploring Sites-In-Transition (Ronit Eisenbach & Sharon Mansur)

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September 13th, 12 noon
Long Branch, Maryland, USA This site-specific performance/installation explores what it means to seek, shape and preserve “place” in the face of transition through a public, participatory event…

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January 5, 2013 in archived

WiaS: The World in a Shell (Hans Kalliwoda)

A cross-cultural educational media project with the San (Bushmen) on location in the Kalahari Desert.  The World in a Shell (polliniferous project) is used as a vehicle for intercultural exchange and intellectual…

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January 4, 2013 in archived

Extended Deep Time Contagion (Andy Weir)

Extended Deep Time Contagion, 2012-13 Yucca Mountain Repository, Nevada; HADES, Mol, Belgium; Gorleben, Germany; Forsmark, Sweden 1. This site documents and activates an ongoing series of audio field recordings made…

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January 4, 2013 in archived

Has the World Already Been Made? (Haseeb Ahmed & Daniel G. Baird)

Under the cover of darkness or masquerading as architectural conservators, artists Daniel G. Baird and Haseeb Ahmed collect fragments of architectural, ornamental and natural formations from around the world. They…

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January 3, 2013 in archived

How To Steal A Million (Marta Jecu)

At its core, this project is based on William Wyler’s 1966 film “How to Steal a Million”, in which an art theft is staged inside a Paris museum. The plot…

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February 15, 2012 in archived

Schleimgurgeln: Song For Glover (Mark Shorter)

Artist Statement: Mark Shorter Hobart, Tasmania, 21st November 2012. In an action that pitted endurance against farce, I climbed Hobart’s Mount Wellington as the creature “Schleimgurgeln”. In this context, Schleimgurgeln…

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February 15, 2012 in archived

WetNet (Tagny Duff)

Project title: WetNet Date: June 16 – September 2 Location: Guimarães, Portugal Artist: Tagny Duff WetNet explores the relationship between contamination, bioremediation and sustainable systems. This work in progress features…

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January 21, 2012 in archived

Silent Dinner Party (Honi Ryan)

A Silent Dinner Party is a dinner party where guests are asked (in advance) to observe the following guidelines: Please do not use words or voice Please do not read or write…

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