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How can organisations and citizens address the weird implications of the design, mythologies and usages of the internet(s) and digital technologies in the environmental emergency? @iam_internet
— > open call:

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DIGITAL POWER: Activism, Advocacy and the Influence of Women Online

<- - - exhausting dance; and the movement continues --- > script & documentation for the performance — >

'while the different conditions for consent in feminist debates represent a series of different actions, the conditions of consent to our data bodies are all expressed in one single act, which is clicking on the agree or disagree button.':

Looking forward to taking part in! together with amazing people and projects @

while preparing teaching material for Willem de Kooning Academy — updated a series of references on choreographic coding +
resources and theory on open technology + web design and programming + live coding tools and free software — - > see the wiki at - - - >

Let's continue to funnel some part of live notes to here. With who dance and codirect the KuntenFestivaldesArts "From expression to circulation
from property to use
It’s not the movement of the body, but by the body.
Dance is made of an encounter between movement and bodies.
The movement of movements between different bodies.
We have to see also the other aspect; if we make exactly the same movement now as a month ago
Does the movement exists indipendently of its appearance materialized in the movements of different bodies?
We need to imagine continuous life of the mouvement
A circulation of bodies inside the life of one movement
Dance is where the bodies occupy the movement
Bodies visualize the life of the mouvement at certain moment
'she moves, she's still alive'
But here the bodies show it’s the movement that is still alive.
which is a not-body
dance gives possibility to exceed the antropocentric vision of life"

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in one week time I will performing w/ Renick Bell at WORM Rotterdam — > together with amazing artists & a workshop by Olivia Jack - - - > see details

The next edition of ICLC takes place in Limerick, Ireland from 5-7 Feb 2020 at the University of Limerick. The calls for papers, performances, exhibition and workshops is now open. We are looking forward to all your submissions! Deadline 14 Sept 2019:

Corporeal < of the body, for the body, from the body > (link:… < — open call!

Corporeal < of the body, for the body, from the body > (link:… < — open call!

γεια —- - - - 5th WORKSHOP ON LIVE PROGRAMMING (LIVE 2019) - — -
22 October, 2019 - - - - Co-located with SPLASH 2019, Athens, Greece — more details:

So happy to be joining Replica.Institute for the month of July in Berlin - - - keep an eye on our new project >> - - - > shapeofthings.replica.institut

12-13.07.2019 + + !

Upsetting Settings presents graduation projects initiated by Alexander Roidl, Alice Strete, Angeliki Diakrousi, Joca van der Horst, Natasha Berting, and Zalán Szakács. The concept of this exhibition arises from the idea of the default setting, a situation in which a specific mode of interaction is selected automatically, pre-configured to work out of the box without the need to tinker with its underlying apparatus. Every system comes with default settings predefined by its creators, and most of the time, these settings remain unchanged by us, the users of such systems. These defaults do not represent our needs but are possibly the materialisation of biases from the system's makers, from corporate or political interests, from a society at large. The projects engage with the concept of default modes and propose interventions in their core structure/source/root so as to start thinking collectively about better places from which to begin. You are invited to become root users, active listeners, smart speakers, intentional eaters, counter trolls, sensorial spectators!

Grad projects overview:
Full programme:

>>> soon >>> 20th and 21st of June in Basel, Switzerland)! >>> >>> Symposium: "RE-IMAGINING AI. Scholars, Artists and Designers in Dialogue". The symposium aims at discussing existing works and identifying novel fields of artistic and designerly engagement with a domain of computing that increasingly changes our understandings of human intelligence, transforms our habitats and suggests new ways of living. So far, aesthetic works on AI typically concentrate on revealing, amplifying and playing with machine vision, pattern detection, deep learning, automated sense-making, and advanced techniques of image manipulation in a way that complements, enriches, and disturbs scholarly thinking about the transformations these technologies entail. Utopias and dystopias of artificial intelligences, smart environments and computationally optimized lives as observed, reflected, interpreted, augmented and worked through by artists and designers multiply our often too limited, too situated and ultimately deadlocked ideas of what artificial intelligence could come to involve.

▝ digital interdependencies ▘affective infrastructures▝ networked entanglements ▖feminist servers ▖federated networks ▚ digital autonomy ▖transitional infrastructures ▞ ▖so-and-sovereignty networks▝ out-of-the-cloud thinking ▚

7th, 8th & 9th of June 2019
Varia, Rotterdam

More info on how to join:

Come join the #3 >>>> Algo-Rhythms is back in the Open City, deconstructing the way we think about the myriad of socio-cultural possibilities that the interface between music & digital technology opens up >

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