Open call: Parallel Library Services
Between October 2021 and March 2022, in Rotterdam and online
Deadline: 24th September 2021
Parallel Library Services is a workshop series that documents the many actions and situations that libraries and amateur librarians facilitate in their practices.
More about the workshop series here and how to apply:
Another little generator project. This is a tool made for the art event Lesbiennale (https://lesbiennale.art), aimed at the organisation team so that they can create pictures for their social network accounts by playing with the automated layout of the tool. Then PNG files are generated and can be downloaded.
Recent Computer Arts & Activism related Open Calls:
* Rhizome ArtBase Executable Poetry: https://rhizome.org/editorial/2021/aug/24/artbase-open-call-executable-poetry/ – September 8
* On-the-fly Live Coding Projects: @onthefly https://onthefly.space/calls/open-call-for-live-coding-research-projects – September 10
* F(eminist)H(ack)M(eetings) at SPREAD Zine fest: @anglk https://fhm.varia.zone/index.php?title=Main_Page September 11
* Taper. online magazine for small computational pieces: https://taper.badquar.to/6/about.html#submit @nickmofo – September 15
* ICLC. International Conference on Live Coding 21: https://iclc.toplap.org/2021/ – October 4
What the Facebook?! To Leave or not to Leave
Print-making gets messy, stressful but also fun! We are sending new geeky stuff to spreadzine festival in Groningen NL. Exhibition at sign project space 17 - 26 September.
Your feminist zine to SPREAD Zinefest!
F(eminist)H(ack)M(eetings) invites you to send zines to the presentation library, “Zinedisplayer”, of the SPREAD Zinefestival until the 11th of September. In this year's SPREAD Zinefest, FHM will organise a workshop on zine making and invite zines from different networks to be displayed in the festival and join a feminist library that will be an inspiration reference for the workshop. We invite you to contribute with your zine(s) themed around feminism in relation to L.G.B.T.Q.I.A.+ issues, hacking, biohacking, technology, art, food, caring, networks, tools, infrastructures etc. The delivery costs and the price of the zine will be covered.
If you wish to participate send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
SPREAD Zinefest (http://www.spreadzinefest.nl/) is a festival focusing on self published art and prints, including a library, a zinemarket, workshops, lectures, petanque and network moments in a splendid setting!
FHM are a series of research meetings and workshops that are initiated by Varia (https://vvvvvvaria.org/) in Rotterdam. They explore the potentialities and imaginaries of feminist technological collectives. These gatherings aim to challenge who counts as a hacker, and what counts as hacking(...)
The latest issue of the free online open access journal, A Peer-Reviewed Journal About Research Refusal, is now available at https://aprja.net - with some great articles.
hi, I haven't tried this before but it sounds fun. How could I do that? I imagine an elevated highway or an expansion of the main road :)
Katerina Gogou 1940-1993
"I fear getting tired - an easy prey for priests and academics -
and so turn into a "sissy"...
They have their ways ...
Keen psychiatrists and lousy policemen
are waiting for us in the corner."
Feminist Hack Meetings #2 - Polyphonic Radio Ensemble
Let's create a radiophonic piece together!
Reni Hofmüller (https://renitentia.mur.at/) will introduce us to radio and the idea of catching the waves artistically and technically. We invite you to join a #radio improvisation work, by using and adapting the time- and material structuring method of the #Polyphonic #Ensemble (https://renitentia.mur.at/polyphonic.html).
Laten we samen een radiofonisch stuk maken!
Reni Hofmüller (https://renitentia.mur.at/) neemt ons mee in de wereld van radio en het idee van 'catching the waves': een method om geluidsgolven artistiek en technisch op te vangen. Doe mee aan deze radio-improvisatie aan de
hand van de tijd- en materiaalstructureringsmethode van het Polyphonic Ensemble
More information: https://vvvvvvaria.org/en/fhm-2.html.
To register, please send an email to email@example.com mentioning the name of the
event in the subject line.
The poster was made with a poster generator designed by Amélie Dumont https://polymorph.sh/
Are you near #denhaag? Do you like experimental #publishing #geocaching and #psychogeography? Then join XPUB students Martin Foucaut and Federico Poni at The Hague Contemporary Art Weekend 2021 8-11 July to experience their work
⚠️ "Caution Weird Floor"! ⚠️
Join us on-line tonight at 9 PM CET!
curated for the Abandon Normal Devices (AND) Festival in the UK featuring
Angeliki Diakrousi, mariëlle verdijk, and Laura Spark.
Two Gatherings, as part of Weedweavers, took place in June, where participants, artists, botanists and archaeologists came together to share memories, knowledge and reflections about water, beachcombing and algae explorations.
This performance will be an hour-long live improvisation using the materials from these Gatherings. Introducing the idea of an algaerithm, Laura, Angeliki and mariëlle collaborate in creating a live algal oracle in which they weave soundbites, spoken word and visuals into an ambiguous, emergent and intuitive narrative.
No booking needed.
On Wednesday I will present Radio-active Monstrosities at the 6th Web Audio Conference (#WAC2021) that will be held online from the 5th to the 7th of July 2021 at a Virtual Campus of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra of Barcelona.
link of the work: https://radioactive.w-i-t-m.net/
poster for WAC:
more about the work at WAC: https://radioactive.w-i-t-m.net/wac2021.htmlhttps://webaudioconf2021.com/artwork-4/
Radio-active Monstrosities is a #webaudio interface that addresses ways of listening to collective voices and female-sounding voices that are perceived as inappropriate or annoying. Visitors of the page are invited to record themselves and choose a type of distortion to participate in, forming new imaginaries around technologically-mediated voices, which through their technical ‘monstrosity’, can reveal other forms of speech. The interface uses Web Audio API to distort vocal contributions into 4 different types of distortion: ‘collective’, ‘echo’, ‘lowpitch’ and ‘lowpass’.
New issue of The Nordic Journal of Aesthetics on "The Changing Ontology of the Image" includes contributions by CSNI researchers.
NJA Vol. 30 No. 61-62 (2021)
Full open access: https://tidsskrift.dk/nja/issue/view/9283
Print version to follow in August.
AFFORDANCES OF THE NETWORKED IMAGE
Centre for the Study of the Networked Image (Geoff Cox, Annet Dekker, Andrew Dewdney, and Katrina Sluis)
What Is an Image?
Winnie Soon, Geoff Cox
*background of the avatar from Queer Haus Theme <3
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