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|<| FLOATING POINTS 3: UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING [02.08.06 + 03.15.06] |>|
|<<| RELATIONALITY VS AUTONOMY IN MEDIA ART [02.23.06] |>>|
|<<<| UPGRADE! BOSTON: MARISA S. OLSON [02.24.06] |>>>|
|<<<<| NET ART AND NETWORKED HYBRID ART COMPETITION [NOW UNTIL 02.28.06]
|>>>>|
|<<<<<| UPGRADE! BOSTON: BROOKE A. KNIGHT [03.02.06] |>>>>>|
|<<<<<<| TURBULENCE FUNDRAISER [NOW] |>>>>>>|

|<| FLOATING POINTS 3: UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING |>|
In partnership with Emerson College
http://institute.emerson.edu/floatingpoints/
February 8 and March 15, 7:00 p.m.

Floating Points 3 will address the subject of "Ubiquitous Computing" or
"Ubicomp," where computing and wireless capabilities are so integrated 
into
the fabric of everyday life (clothing, cars, homes, and offices) that 
the
technologies recede into the background and become indistinguishable 
from
everyday activities. Panel 1 will focus on responsive environments and
systems, and Panel 2 will concentrate on networked devices such as 
barcodes
and RFID tags and creative strategies to subvert the ever-enlarging 
practice
of surveillance and data mining.

|<<| FROM DATABASE AND PLACE TO BIO-TECH AND BOTS: RELATIONALITY VS 
AUTONOMY
IN MEDIA ART |>>|
Turbulence's Helen Thorington, Panelist
College Arts Association, Boston
http://conference.collegeart.org/2006/sessions/thu/
February 23, 2006, 12:30-2:00 p.m.

Moderator: Marisa Olson
Panelists: Tad Hirsch, Warren Sack, Brett Stalbaum, and Helen Thorington

|<<<| UPGRADE! BOSTON: MARISA S. OLSON |>>>|
In partnership with Art Interactive
http://www.turbulence.org/upgrade/archives/02_06MSO.html
February 24, 7:00 p.m.

Marisa S. Olson is a San Francisco-based artist and is also Editor & 
Curator
at Large of Rhizome. She has most recently performed or exhibited at the
Whitney Museum of American Art, the New Museum of Contemporary Art, the
Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive, New Langton Arts, Southern
Exposure, Pond, Foxy Productions, Debs & Co, and the international
Futuresonic, Electrofringe, Machinista, and VIPER festivals. While Wired

has
called her both funny and humorous, the New York Times has called her
"anything but stupid."

|<<<<| TURBULENCE NEW ENGLAND INITIATIVE II: NET ART AND NETWORKED 
HYBRID
ART COMPETITION |>>>>|
In partnership with Art Interactive; funded by the LEF Foundation
http://www.turbulence.org/ne2/guidelines.html
Deadline: February 28

|<<<<<| UPGRADE! BOSTON: BROOKE A. KNIGHT |>>>>>|
In partnership with Art Interactive
http://www.turbulence.org/upgrade/archives/03_06BK.html
March 2, 7:00 p.m.

Brooke A. Knight is an artist and educator who has been working with 
digital
media for over a dozen years. His current areas of interest include 
webcams,
the landscape, and text in all forms. He is an Assistant Professor in 
the
Department of Visual and Media Arts at Emerson College in Boston, where 
he
teaches classes in interactive media. He received his MFA in photography
from CalArts in 1995.

|<<<<<<| TURBULENCE FUNDRAISER |>>>>>>|
http://www.turbulence.org/fundraiser_05/index.html
It's not too late to contribute!

Thanks for your Support.

Jo and Helen



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