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Ken Goldberg on Mon, 12 Sep 2005 13:23:08 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime-ann> [ann] atc {AT} ucb: fall 2005-spring 2006

mooring is scarce in diluvian times.
our series resumes on sept 21.

The Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium
of UC Berkeley's Center for New Media
Fall 2005 - Spring 2006 Speaker Program
Wednesday Evenings, 7:30-9:00pm, 160 Kroeber Hall, UC Berkeley

Sep 21          Jaron Lanier, Artist and Musician, Berkeley
                Can Soulful Music Survive Digital Epistemology?
Sep 28          Cobi van Tonder, Artist and Musician, Johannesburg
                Ephemeral Gumboots:  Dancing the Rhythm of Change 
Oct 17*         Bruno Latour, Professor and Curator, Ecole des Mines,
                From Object to Things:
                How to Represent the Parliament of Nature?
Nov 2           Tom Marioni, Sculptor and Conceptual Artist. SF
                Digital Sound as Sculpture Material
Nov 9**         Miranda July, Artist and Filmmaker, LA
                Ten True Things
Feb 1           Mark Pauline, Artist, Survival Research Labs, SF
                Exploiting the Momentum of Self Righteousness   
Mar 1           Steve Beck, Artist and Designer, UC Berkeley Engineering
                From Pre-Digital to Post-Digital:
                Forty Years of Electronic Art and Music
Mar 15          Michael Rees, Digital Media Art and Sculpture, Rutgers
                Monsters and Programs and Other Beautiful Fictions
Apr 5           Shirley Shor, New Media Artist, SF
                Dynamic Landscapes

Apr 26          Marina Grzinic, Artist and Writer, Lubiljana
                Representing Time in the Absence of Space

May 3           Okwui Enwezor, Curator and Dean, Art Institute, SF
                Contemporary African Photography and Film

* Bruno Latour will be on Monday Evening on Oct 17, Morgan Hall, Room 101
Jointly Sponsored by Berkeley's Science, Technology, and Society Center

** Miranda July's appearance is presented in conjunction with the
        Dept of Art Practice's "INTERVENTIONS" lecture series.

Primary Sponsors: UC Berkeley Center for New Media (CNM) and Center for
Information Technology in the Interest of Society (CITRIS)

Additional Sponsors: Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and
College of Engineering Interdisciplinary Studies Program, Consortium
for the Arts, BAM/PFA, and the Townsend Center for the Humanities.
ATC Director:               Ken Goldberg
ATC Assoc. Director:     Greg Niemeyer 
ATC Grad. Associate:    Irene Chien
Curated with:               ATC Advisory Board
Contact: goldberg {AT} ieor.berkeley.edu, or phone: (510) 643-9565
For updated information, please see: 



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