Bioart: Biosemiotic Art and Affective Interaction Michal Brzezinski's main fascination is the way how the world stays in persistent communication process on each of levels of the so-called life. His art is discussing with life definition trying to expand it out of carbon based organisms and his art is kind of visualisation of this idea with the biosemiotics and informatics as background. Affect takes the main place in his direct-theory art process. You can find here embodied cognition and affective interactions, as well as direct cinema, material film and structural video.

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Multiplication @ Bydgoszcz

Multiplikacja oznacza mnożenie, rozmnażanie, przemnażanie i najlepiej oddaje charakter współczesnej cybernetycznej kultury. Ekspozycja ma na celu zaprezentowanie różnorodności i wielkowymiarowości współczesnych...

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WRO 2013 Pioneering Values

 AFFECTIVE CINEMA@ WRO 2013 Pioneering Values Zapraszam na swój performance AFFECTIVE CINEMA na WRO 2013 10 V 2013 g. 17.00 Instytut Grotowskiego,...

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digital_ia są jednym  z czołowych festiwali prezentujących najnowszą sztukę mediów w Polsce. Stanowią również doroczny festiwal sztuki, technologii i społeczności...

WMA Commission: Deadline 15 January 2016 0

WMA Commission: Deadline 15 January 2016

The WMA Commission invites entries for proposals from artists and photographers from both Hong Kong and the international community, to create new photo-based work in Hong Kong, focusing on the theme of identity. Project proposals must contextually relate to both the theme identity and to Hong Kong. A four-member Selection Panel will choose the WMA Commission recipient, who will be awarded a HKD$250,000 (approx. £21,000) grant which will contribute towards production of the successful proposal and a public event featuring the completed work. The call for proposals is open to all local and international applicants. The HKD$250,000 award grant covers artist fee, creation (including such activities as research, travel and production; resources such as an assistant or translator and daily expenses) and a public event. It does not include accommodation for overseas artists or venue costs for public presentation, which are covered by the organisers. Overseas participants should ensure that they are able to stay for at least one month for the project and also set aside time for the public presentation.