Archive for September, 2007

ISEA invites submissions to the conference of the International Symposium on Electronic Art 2008 that will be held in Singapore between 25th & 30th July 2008. This symposium consists of three aspects of peer reviewed conference(s), internationally juried exhibition(s) and various in-conjunction and partner events.

The conference, as in previous ISEAs, is expected to bring together artists, theorists, historians, curators and researchers of media arts from around the world to jointly explore the most urgent and exciting questions in the field. The conference is held alongside workshops, courses, exhibitions, performances and other in-conjunction events that will be held for the duration of ISEA2008 from 25th July to August 3rd 2008.

ISEA welcome contributions from creative practitioners and researchers from a variety of disciplines and institutional contexts as media arts benefits from and exemplifies the interdisciplinary linkages between contemporary art, science, technology and their related philosophies, pedagogies and institutional practices.

Call for Papers closes on the 30th of September 2007.

The five themes of ISEA2008 are especially focused on eliciting a wide range of international scholars and artists. The themes are; Locating Media, Wiki Wiki, Ludic Interfaces, Border Transmissions and Reality Jam. For more information visit http://www.isea2008.org/cfp.html.

ISEA or also known as International Symposium on Electronic Arts was initiated in 1988, is the world’ s premier media arts event for the critical discussion and showcase of creative productions applying new technologies in interactive and digital media. Held biannually in various cities throughout the world, this migratory event is being held in Asia for the second time in its history, after Singapore successfully secured this bid.

ANAT is excited to be a part of the ISEA2008 Symposium - more details to be announced soon!

Tyndall Assembly Concert

Sunday, September 23rd, 2007

The Tyndall Assembly is an experimental music series dedicated to providing an opportunity for composers, performers and audiences to experience and participate in contemporary experimental arts. Located down a back alley in the heart of Adelaide’s CBD it has become a core of the emerging experimental sound scene. Dedicated to the exposure of local sound artists and composers specialising in experimental and electronic art, the Tyndall Assembly hosts a variety of concerts across the year. The final concert promises to be a great night with a performance by Edward Kelly, a special performance of Alvin Lucier’s seminal 1970 work I Am Sitting In A Room as well as the presentation of an interstate collaboration between Jason Sweeney and Tristan Louth-Robins.

Tyndall Assembly’s final concert for 2007 takes places on Thursday, 27 September @ the Delacatessen Gallery, 9 Anster Street, Adelaide.

Electrofringe 2007

Sunday, September 23rd, 2007

Electrofringe is a festival of experimental electronic arts and culture dedicated to skills development and artistic exchange. It focuses on uncovering emergent forms and places a particular emphasis on encouraging exchange between emerging and established artists. Electrofringe 2007 is the festival’s tenth anniversary and over five days from 27th of September to the 1st of October 2007 will present workshops, panel discussions, masterclasses, presentations, exhibitions and screenings in Newcastle.

http://www.electrofringe.net/