On-site #Bergen, Norway: Bergen Public Library, University of Bergen Humanities Library, and KMD Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design
@lucyd240 yes yes part of it..I made a video to talk through three of my works as part of the unerasable series. :)
Coming soon #erasure
//ERASE is a digital festival and conference on the poetics and politics of erasure. It is a hybrid event, taking place online and on-site. It blends the festival and conference format to showcase commissioned video presentations of creative works, and to contribute to a critical debate on the theme of erasure. ERASE invites international guests to reflect on how the poetic, literary, and artistic practices of erasure relate to wider discussion on aesthetics, technology, and politics.//
As part of Writing Machine Collective in Hong Kong, we're organizing a free online symposium:"Knowledge Asymmetries in the Age of #Machine #Learning". Great line-up with Lauren Lee McCarthy, Btihaj Ajana, Beatrice Fazi, Adrian Weller and Frank Pasquale. Very much looking forward to it. See/register:http://www.writingmachine-collective.net/.
The first one is on next Tue - You Can Say “Talk to Me” 你可以說「告訴我」by Lauren Lee McCarthy (Artist and Associate Professor at UCLA Design Media Arts), the session is moderated by Winnie Soon (Artist-researcher and Associate Professor at Aarhus University)
As part of #pcd2021 we've created PCDcast as a way to connect w/ local and global #software art communities and coding scenes. The 1st episode we are v honored to have @deedottiedot 🥰, and I have a conversation with her to talk about "Why code?"👩💻 #pcd2021share - https://podcast.pcdaarhus.net/
(more episodes will follow)
@air_pump @XavCC yes yes it is a codework (code poetry) but also executable. I used to perform the code reading with Geoff ;) (I will have another small update to push to the web version soon) Hope you have enjoyed the book. Feel free to fork a copy , make changes and create your own interactive web version.
Excited to walkthrough my virtual studio with the audiences. This time I will talk about diagramming practice & coded images. #screenwalk is hosted by The Photographers’ Gallery, UK and Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland. Come and join us 🙂
We are pleased to announce the new open access/ source web ver of the bk #Aesthetic #Programming, which is designed and implemented by @osp_kitchen. Check out www.aesthetic-programming.net, and make your own web version with new chapters/references/works by forking the repository: https://gitlab.com/aesthetic-programming/book
Geoff and I are going to present our latest open access book - Aesthetic Programming: A handbook of Software Studies on 23 Apr (14:30 CET) and it is open for the public. Join us and register here: https://cc.au.dk/aktuelt/arrangementer/vis-arrangement/artikel/book-launch-aesthetic-programming-a-handbook-of-software-studies/
Join us for this public online book launch on 13/4 "The Art of Fixing #Code". Me+ Cornelia Sollfrank in conversation w/ Annet Dekker, participants include Janine Sack fr EECLECTIC,
Morgane Stricot, Matthieu Vlaminck and Margit Rosen, hosted by ZKM
I am going to give a talk on "Exploring data with critical technical-art practice" on 1 Apr @ 1600 as part of the @DesignInf
. It is now open for registration. https://www.designinformatics.org/event/di-webinar-winnie-soon-artist-researcher-at-aarhus-university/
New artwork "What is an image?" By me and Geoff Cox, 2021. - to be published in The Nordic Journal of Aesthetics #graphviz
一直都好想用藝術去intervene知識生產鏈，而呢件作品係想提出什麼是影像的疑問。背後是一行一行的代碼程式，當execute呢個程式後會變成一個diagram（as an image)。這個diagram既內容包括七堂有關不同影像的課程，當解拆每一個書名及關鍵詞後，連結會帶來不同的聯繫，而diagram不再只展現既有程序，而是帶來新的想像空間。#diagramming
Episode 24: Get Organized! https://fossandcrafts.org/episodes/24-get-organized.html
@mlemweb returns from handing in her dissertation! @mlemweb and @cwebber talk topically about organizational systems which can help you stay focused when eg working from home or finishing your PhD (even in a global pandemic)!
Exhibiting #Unerasable #Characters II in Hong Kong Arts center as part of the ifva awards until 14/3. The project explores the politics of erasure and the temporality of voices within the context of digital authoritarianism. It presents the sheer scale of unheard voices by technically examining and culturally reflecting the endlessness, and its wider consequences, of censorship that is implemented through technological platforms and infrastructure.
Thx to weiboscope research project. More info: http://siusoon.net/unerasable-characters-ii/
The work is also showing at Bergen too as part of electronic literature org festival- https://www.uib.no/en/rg/electronicliterature/143181/2021-elo-conference-and-festival-posthuman-exhibition
(She/They): art+tech, software studies/publishing/art/culture, code/aesthetic programming
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