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infos du mercredi 19, avril, 2006 au jeudi 20, avril, 2006 (inclus)

Nouveau / New :
Today is Shanghai Time ! #1

Bonjour,
Voici une nouvelle "rubrique" sur la vie artistique de Shangai,
dirigée par Jérémie Thircuir.

Hello,
This is a new "column" on the artistic life in Shangai, selected by
Jérémie Thircuir.
http://pourinfos.org/expositions/item.php?id=2986

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01 Appel à participation : CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: The Escape Artists
Society (T.E.A.S.) ViPod Gallery works, Vancouver, Canada.
http://pourinfos.org/participation/item.php?id=2995
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02 Appel à participation : ELECTROFRINGE 2006 ? CALL FOR PROPOSALS,
Newcastle, Austalie.
http://pourinfos.org/participation/item.php?id=2994
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03 Appel à participation : Festival lavage multiplexage à la Machinante
Factory , Montreuil, France.
http://pourinfos.org/participation/item.php?id=2993
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04 Rencontres : Télégum / une muqueuse à image par Thibault Depré &
Vincent Rioux, vendredi 21 avril 2006 à 18h, Confluences, Paris,
France.
http://pourinfos.org/rencontres/item.php?id=2992
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05 Rencontres : Les formes contemporaines de l’art engagé, Colloque
International, es 21 et 22 avril 2006, ISELP, Bruxelles, Belgique.
http://pourinfos.org/rencontres/item.php?id=2991
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06 Rencontres : "Le phénomène sonore dans l'art contemporain", jeudi 4
mai 2006, Musée d'art contemporain de Lyon, Lyon, France.
http://pourinfos.org/rencontres/item.php?id=2990
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07 Rencontres : Biennal as school at the Cooper Union, New York, Usa.
http://pourinfos.org/rencontres/item.php?id=2982
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08 Publication : Art And Its Institutions: Current Conflicts, Critique
And Collaborations, Nina Möntmann edition, Hamburg, Allemagne.
http://pourinfos.org/publications/item.php?id=2989
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09 Formation : CuratorLab, konstfack University College of arts, Crafts
and Design, Stockholm, Suède.
http://pourinfos.org/emploi/item.php?id=2988
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10 Divers : atelier à Louer, Montpellier, France.
http://pourinfos.org/divers/item.php?id=2987
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11 Divers : clôture du cycle Guy Debord , centre international de
poésie Marseille, Marseille, France.
http://pourinfos.org/divers/item.php?id=2977
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12 Exposition : Nouveau / New : Today is Shanghai Time ! #1, Shanghai,
Chine.
http://pourinfos.org/expositions/item.php?id=2986
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13 Exposition : L'Ambassade des Possibles, 40mcube / Le Château,
Rennes, France.
http://pourinfos.org/expositions/item.php?id=2985
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14 Exposition : HOMESICK – Act I, Akureyri Art Museum, Reykjavík,
Islande.
http://pourinfos.org/expositions/item.php?id=2984
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15 Programme : Videoformes, Clermont-Ferrand, France.
http://pourinfos.org/expositions/item.php?id=2983
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16 Exposition : Olivier Nottellet, galerie martinethibaultdelachâtre,
Paris, France.
http://pourinfos.org/expositions/item.php?id=2981
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17 Exposition : Mario Nigro. Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Palazzo
Venier dei Leoni, Venise, Italie.
http://pourinfos.org/expositions/item.php?id=2980
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18 Programme: the upgrade!istanbul #5, Istanbul, Turquie.
http://pourinfos.org/expositions/item.php?id=2979
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19 Exposition : : Guy Limone, Espace Paul Ricard, Paris, France.
http://pourinfos.org/expositions/item.php?id=2978
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20 Exposition : les Puits du désir (The Wells of desire) OOO Mohamed
Rachdi & Co, Église Notre-Dame de Montataire, Montataire Centre ,
France.
http://pourinfos.org/expositions/item.php?id=2976

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01 Appel à participation : CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: The Escape Artists
Society (T.E.A.S.) ViPod Gallery works, Vancouver, Canada.

ViPod Gallery: Viewing Event - CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Deadline for Works: May 4th, 2006

The Escape Artists Society (T.E.A.S.) http://www.escapeartists.ca
wants your video art for Vancouver’s first iPod viewing gallery or
ViPod Gallery!

This is a fundraising event for Vancouver’s hottest emerging arts
society The Escape Artists Society (T.E.A.S.): we put art in
unusual spaces – inserting ‘our’ world into ‘there’ world–
penetrating public perceptions of culture, genre and form.

Submitted works must be created specifically for screening on
Apple’s new video iPod and can be no longer than 5 minutes in
duration.

The content and style of your work is open – it can be narrative or
non-narrative, personal or political, and presented in an
experimental or documentary style.

Play with the notion of “ViPodification” in your work – the small,
intimate scale of the iPod may direct your explorations technically
and conceptually– “podify” it.

Featured artists are eligible for prize packs featuring treats
donated by local designers, artists and businesses.

THE EVENT:

The ViPod Viewing Gallery will take place in a funky uptown social
location in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

The space will be set up with special viewing tables: artists and
guests will ‘rent’ the ViPods (each featuring a different artist’s
work) for short periods – to enjoy, share and discuss the works
amongst themselves.

The evening may also feature door prizes, performances and
site-specific installations by local artists.

REQUIREMENTS:

Submissions must be original to the artist – they may be new or
older pieces that have been modified or “ViPodified” - (altered in
some way that addresses the intimate scale of the iPod’s screen)
for the viewing environment in mind.

* Max 320 x 240 in dimensions


* Compression codecs to used MUST be either MPEG 4 or H.264, 2.5 mbps(max) at 30 fps


* Max 5 mins, at max 15 megs in total file size


* All audio and video must be original, with credits for all additional artist who worked on the project


* Must include T.E.A.S. logo in credits – this can be downloaded from T.E.A.S. website http://www.escapeartists.ca after April 1st


* Upon submission the artist will be asked to sign an agreement to release the work to T.E.A.S. for limited exclusive use for the first 6 weeks then unlimited, non-exclusive rights from that time forward


TIMELINE:

* Invitation/Call for works: March 24- May 4th, 2006
* Deadline for Works: May 4th, 2006
* Final decisions: May 18th, 2006
* Fundraiser: June 6th, 2006


To send your submissions please contact:

Camille Baker at camille {AT} telus.net or Victoria Singh at
victoria-singh {AT} telus.net or snail mail cd files to:

The Escape Artists Society
1009 Semlin Drive
Vancouver, BC
V5L 4J9 Canada

_________________________________
THE ESCAPE ARTISTS SOCIETY

The Escape Artists Society (TEAS)–officially registered in June
2005– is an emerging non-profit arts organization that aims to
present and promote new media, experimental music, visual, wearable
and live art experiences in unusual locations and environments. We
rely on government grants and fund-raising events to finance our
existence.

KEY GOALS

* To expose the public and arts community to ‘acts of live art
‘as part of their ‘everyday life’ (local +national).
* To facilitate inspiring educational experiences–encourage
the general public, artists and students to participate in events
that will enrich their appreciation of art, media, technology and
sound art.
* Support the research, creation, presentation, production,
exhibition and promotion of work by emerging, mid-career and
established Canadian and international artists.


WHO ARE WE

T.E.A.S came to be when the key organizers: Camille Baker and
Victoria Singh identified the need for a fresh approach to
presenting unusual creative experiences to audiences in Vancouver.
Despite the numerous organizations in the community mandated to
provide work of this nature: they observe the limitations and
frustrations many artists experience in terms of support,
development and curatorial ingenuity. Both organizers have sound
curatorial and arts administrative experience coupled with an
outstanding reputation within the local and national arts
community.

In addition, Baker and Singh are supported by a working board of
professional women, who are involved in fundraising and other
organizational activities, planning of events, and the management
of the society. They are Dr. Susan Kozel (president), Cindy Poremba
(treasurer) and Valorie Pudsey (secretary).

ACTIVITIES TO DATE

The Knitting Circle- a monthly discussion group (started in May
2005) for performance artists- featuring guest speakers, workshops
and archival video evenings. This event is co-sponsored by The
Western Front Performance Art Program.

LIVE Biennial 2005- TEAS presented a work by new media artist Mark
Brady called Difference and Repetition for Voice 1 on November
5,2005 at the Beehive Hair Salon on Main Street. This was a popular
event and very well received by audience members.

SLITS 2- a multi-disciplinary performance evening featuring six
artists performing simultaneously inside separate designer ‘booths’
: Archer Pechawis, Lois Klassen, Naufus Ramirez-Figueroa, Heidi
Nagteegal, David Khang and Helge Meyer (Germany). This event
received a favorable preview in the Georgia Straight– also
co-sponsored by Western Front Performance Art.

UPCOMING

SITE/UNSCENE– site-specific media art and live performance media
presentations, by nationally celebrated artists at various
locations within Vancouver.

For more information on T.E.A.S. go to http://www.escapeartists.ca

:.
Camille Baker
The Escape Artists Society
Co-Executive Director/ Curator
Vancouver, BC, Canada
http://www.escapeartists.ca
:.

Source : NetBehaviour

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02 Appel à participation : ELECTROFRINGE 2006 ? CALL FOR PROPOSALS,
Newcastle, Austalie.

DEADLINE WEDNESDAY MAY 31 2006

Electrofringe is now calling for proposals for this year?s festival

from artists, media makers, curators, researchers, writers,
producers, enthusiasts, etc.

Electrofringe is a heads up, hands-on, all-in festival of
experimental, electronic, digital and new media arts and culture.
It
is dedicated to unearthing emergent forms, highlighting nascent
trends and encouraging participants to explore technology and its
creative possibilities.

Part of the ?This Is Not Art? umbrella of Festivals in Newcastle,
NSW, this year Electrofringe will occur from 28th September to 2nd

October and will feature artists from all over Australia as well as

visiting international guests.The directors for Electrofringe 2006

are Ben Byrne, Cat Jones and Sumugan Sivanesan

To submit a proposal go to www.electrofringe.net and fill out the
?Call For Proposals? form.

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Sumugan Sivanesan / Ben Byrne / Cat Jones
Electrofringe Co-directors

Electrofringe 06
A festival of digital, electronic, new media and experimental
culture
September 28 - October 2
Newcastle New South Wales

http://www.electrofringe.net

EGROUP - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/electrofringe/

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The Australian Government is proud to be associated with this
festival. This project was made possible by Festivals Australia, an

Australian Government program which supports cultural activity at
regional and community festivals.

Electrofringe 2005 gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance

received from The Australian Council for the Arts, New Media Arts,

The Australian Film Commission, New South Wales Film and Television

Office and Newcastle City Council.

Presented in assocation with : ABC Radio National's 'The night
air',
The Night Air is broadcast each Sunday from 7.10pm to 7.40pm and
from
9.05pm to 10pm, and again on Saturday at midnight. The Night Air is

an ever-changing radio composition of music, sounds, ideas and
stories.

Electrofringe partners include Electronic Arts School of
Contemporary
Arts University of Western Sydney, Rocketart Gallery, Feild
Gallery,
Newcastle Region Art Gallery, dLux media arts, Newcastle LiveSites,

RealTime, Art Asia Pacific, vibewire.net and SBS Radio Alchemy.

Electrofringe is brought to you by the Octapod Association and is
part of the annual This Is Not Art festival.
http://www.octapod.org
(02)4927
0470




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Sumugan Sivanesan / Ben Byrne / Cat Jones
Electrofringe Co-directors

Electrofringe 06
A festival of digital, electronic, new media and experimental
culture
September 28 - October 2
Newcastle New South Wales

http://www.electrofringe.net

EGROUP - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/electrofringe/

------------------------------------------------------------

The Australian Government is proud to be associated with this
festival. This project was made possible by Festivals Australia, an

Australian Government program which supports cultural activity at
regional and community festivals.

Electrofringe 2005 gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance

received from The Australian Council for the Arts, New Media Arts,

The Australian Film Commission, New South Wales Film and Television

Office and Newcastle City Council.

Presented in assocation with : ABC Radio National's 'The night
air',
The Night Air is broadcast each Sunday from 7.10pm to 7.40pm and
from
9.05pm to 10pm, and again on Saturday at midnight. The Night Air is

an ever-changing radio composition of music, sounds, ideas and
stories.

Electrofringe partners include Electronic Arts School of
Contemporary
Arts University of Western Sydney, Rocketart Gallery, Feild
Gallery,
Newcastle Region Art Gallery, dLux media arts, Newcastle LiveSites,

RealTime, Art Asia Pacific, vibewire.net and SBS Radio Alchemy.

Electrofringe is brought to you by the Octapod Association and is
part of the annual This Is Not Art festival. www.octapod.org
(02)4927
0470


------------------------------------------------------------

Sumugan Sivanesan / Ben Byrne / Cat Jones
Electrofringe Co-directors

Electrofringe 06
A festival of digital, electronic, new media and experimental
culture
September 28 - October 2
Newcastle New South Wales

http://www.electrofringe.net

EGROUP - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/electrofringe/

------------------------------------------------------------

The Australian Government is proud to be associated with this
festival. This project was made possible by Festivals Australia, an

Australian Government program which supports cultural activity at
regional and community festivals.

Electrofringe 2005 gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance

received from The Australian Council for the Arts, New Media Arts,

The Australian Film Commission, New South Wales Film and Television

Office and Newcastle City Council.

Presented in assocation with : ABC Radio National's 'The night
air',
The Night Air is broadcast each Sunday from 7.10pm to 7.40pm and
from
9.05pm to 10pm, and again on Saturday at midnight. The Night Air is

an ever-changing radio composition of music, sounds, ideas and
stories.

Electrofringe partners include Electronic Arts School of
Contemporary
Arts University of Western Sydney, Rocketart Gallery, Feild
Gallery,
Newcastle Region Art Gallery, dLux media arts, Newcastle LiveSites,

RealTime, Art Asia Pacific, vibewire.net and SBS Radio Alchemy.

Electrofringe is brought to you by the Octapod Association and is
part of the annual This Is Not Art festival. www.octapod.org
(02)4927
0470

Source : artinfo

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03 Appel à participation : Festival lavage multiplexage à la Machinante
Factory , Montreuil, France.

La Machinante MOntreuil organisé par les coeurs purs et autres
denrées...

Appels à participation


Festival lavage multiplexage à la Machinante Factory du 12 juin au 2 juillet


Nous attendons vos projets et propositions jusqu’au 25 avril 2006.

APPEL A ARTISTE(S)


Festival lavage multiplexage à la Machinante Factory

Multiplexage : Fonction multiple à balayage dans un système de
transmissions d’informations numériques/ technique permettant de
transmettre plusieurs messages sur une seule voie ; regroupement de
plusieurs voies de transmissions en une seule ou éclatement d’une
voie en plusieurs autres.


AVIS AUX ARTISTES et autres denrées…,

Sommes-nous salis, encrassés, ramollis, souillés par la pensée
pixélisée, le blanchiment de la pensée politique, le propre
proprement insupportable au point de ne plus pouvoir bouger?

Sommes-nous gagnés par une hygiène de la propreté, du tri, du tri
sélectif, du mot lisse, pas plus haut qu’un autre au point de ne
plus pouvoir crier?

Sommes-nous embourbés dans ce grand merdier au point de se laisser
mourir la bouche ouverte gavée de mégabits ?

Que faire face au lavage de cerveau ; au lavage de l’information
dans la désinformation planétaire, au lessivage des différences
dans l’indifférence, au nettoyage ethnique ?

Régurgiter par nos purs orifices !

Aspirez, expirez !

Aspirons ensemble à autre chose !

Aujourd’hui, il faut laver partout, par tous les moyens ;
décortiquer, extraire, ex tracter du silence la souffrance ; il
faut un lavage du corps collectif, intime, social. Une grande
lessive du prêt à penser, du prêt à baiser, du prêt à consommer, du
pré carré de la pensée à angle droit et des actions à angles morts.
Laver à rebrousse poil, à contre sens, à l’envers, renverser les
idées, se penser à l’endroit, à l’endroit où il faut agir
aujourd’hui.

Le festival est un moment de résidence regroupant des artistes
selon des thématiques établies et choisies ensemble, touchant au
lavage salissage. Les résidences se dérouleront du 12 juin au 2
juillet 2006, elle pourront être d'une, deux ou trois semaines. le
festival permet à des artistes de mettre en commun des savoir
faire, d'imaginer des oeuvres communes, de continuer une réflexion
sur sa propre oeuvre, et son propre processus de création. Il
s'agira de rester toujours en lien avec l'ensemble. Chaque semaine,
les vendredis et samedis soirs, les portes seront ouvertes et des
oeuvres de l'ordre de la performance, de la musique improvisée, de
l'installation, de la poésie sonore..., qui auront été imaginées,
mises en action lors de la résidence, seront montrées à La
Machinante Factory de Montreuil, en intérieur et en extérieur.

Cet événement défend et revendique la synthèse des médiums ;
théâtre, musique, arts plastiques, cinéma, écriture, danse, art
culinaire…et souhaite relier, rassembler les artistes à d’autres
activistes de la pensée : psychologues, sociologues, cuisiniers,
sage-femme, historiens, médecins, politiciens, jardiniers…

Nous souhaitons proposer aux spectateurs, au cours d’une même
soirée ou journée, une œuvre faite en commun, utilisant tous ces
médias. L’homogénéité des journées ou soirées se fera
vraisemblablement autour de thèmes de lavage tels que :

« lavage de nos langues », « lavage de nos frustrations, peurs,
autosatisfactions », « lavage de nos politiciens acamerdiques », «
lavage de notre suprématisme blanco-français », « lavage en réseaux
»…

Avis aux agents détergents, agents décapants, agents perturbateurs
et inspirés par cette laverie tourbillonnante.

Si, comme nous, vous voulez laver le regard, laver l’ouie, laver
les 7 sens du terme, laver les mots, vous laver de l’Histoire,
individuelle, collective, pour retrouver la crasse qui fait mal au
propre, au sens propre, trop propre, laver à sec, à froid, à chaud,
sur la braise et la tangente, dans l’entre-deux mots, l’entre-deux
sons, l’entre-deux, la rencontre. Rejoignez nous !

La thématique reste ouverte et certains de ces thèmes pourront
s’enrichir de toutes propositions.

Nous attendons vos projets et propositions jusqu’au 25 avril
2006.
Première rencontre avec les artistes choisis, le jeudi 27 avril à
15h30 (jusqu'à 18h), à La Machinante.

Nous souhaitons que des artistes se rencontrent, et c’est là une de
nos premières motivations. Ainsi, des projets « en gestation », des
« work in progress » comme on dit, ou des projets « ouverts »
pourrons être retenus pourvu que les artistes qui amènent ces
projets acceptent qu’ils soient remis en jeu, réinvestis, par tous
les artistes du Lavage (propositions de travail sur un auteur, un
thème particulier de lavage…) …pourvu que nous ne quittions pas des
yeux notre grande lessive !

Envoyez dès maintenant vos projets à coeurspurs {AT} club-internet.fr

Toute proposition de lavage sera proprement étudiée.

Pour en savoir plus sur La Machinante Factory et Les cœurs purs et
autres denrées… : http://coeurs.purs.free.fr et
http://la.machinante.free.Fr

Le festival est autoproduit par la Machinante Factory et Les cœurs
purs et autres denrées… qui sont eux-mêmes autoproduits,
indépendants. Un festival low tech donc!

La Machinante Factory, Montreuil, mars 2006.

La Machinante Didier Calleja/ Blandine scelles
Cie les coeurs purs et autres denrées...
26 rue Rochebrune 93100 Montreuil
Métro Mairie de montreuil
01 48 51 02 54
coeurspurs {AT} club-internet.fr
http://coeurs.purs.free.fr

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04 Rencontres : Télégum / une muqueuse à image par Thibault Depré &
Vincent Rioux, vendredi 21 avril 2006 à 18h, Confluences, Paris,
France.

Télégum / une muqueuse à image par Thibault Depré & Vincent Rioux

Une machine muqueuse – donc – absorbant le flux des images
télévisuelles mondiales : nous ne déciderons pas s'il est source
d'aliénation spectaculaire continu ou élargissement du champ des
perceptions humaines mais le prendrons comme sablier
d'images/pixels à réinvestir corps et âme. Des cordes/chambres à
air pendent, nos bras les saisissent et les tirent légèrement ou
fortement. Des roues à peine voilées font glisser les images,
autorisent une navigation perdue d'avance ou bien retrouvée à grand
peine. Les images émises se superposent, se fragmentent ou
disparaissent au rythme des tensions des cordes. L'approche est
ludique ou grave – le calculateur lui, absorbe les données des
capteurs de pressions et de positions et, toujours égal en
digestion, secrète des images animées ou des émissions
télévisuelles en cours.
Du mercredi 19 au samedi 29 avril • Confluences • Rencontre le
vendredi 21 à 18h

Rencontre Installations • Flavien Théry – Vincent Rioux – 4
Ophones
Vendredi 21 avril • Confluences • 18h • entrée libre

Confluences
190, Bd Charonne
75020 Paris 20ème -
M°: Alexandre Dumas -
Tel: 01.40.24.16.34
http://www.confluences.net/

http://www.arslonga.org/malaupixel/installations/

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05 Rencontres : Les formes contemporaines de l’art engagé, Colloque
International, es 21 et 22 avril 2006, ISELP, Bruxelles, Belgique.

"Les formes contemporaines de l’art engagé"
Colloque International

les 21 et 22 avril 2006


La dimension politique et sociale de la création plastique - son "utilité" citoyenne de validation, de contestation ou simplement de questionnement du système en place- a toujours été au cœur de bien des pratiques artistiques. Ces travaux portent sur des enjeux relevant du domaine du politique, de la nécessité d’engagement pour l’artiste-citoyen, jusqu’à la question même de l’utilité sociale de l’art, déclinés selon des orientations aussi fondamentales que la démocratie participative, l’antiracisme, l’altermondialisme, l’antifascisme, la dénonciation de toute précarité ou de toutes les dérives sociétales qui nous assaillent… Organisé par l’Institut supérieur pour l’étude du langage plastique (ISELP), un colloque international traitera « de l’art contextuel aux nouvelles pratiques documentaires: les formes contemporaines de l’art engagé ». Il s’organisera en trois plate-formes: d’abord un programme scientifique autour de sujets génériques concernant l’art engagé avec, entre autres, Muriel Andrin, docteur en cinéma et professeur à l'ULB et Daniel Vander Gucht, responsable du Groupe de recherche en sociologie des arts et des cultures. Ensuite, chaque jour en fin d’après-midi, un forum autour et en compagnie d’artistes -Yves Depelsenaire, fréderic Jacquemin, Kader Mokaddem, Tania Nasielki, Caroline Serra, Françoise Vincent+Elohim Feria. Enfin, en prolongement des débats, un programme de projections de courts, moyens et longs métrages, présentés de 9h à 21h à dans différents espaces.

Dates et lieu: les 21 et 22 avril,
à l’ISELP,
31 boulevard de Waterloo à 1000 Bruxelles.
Prix: une journée, 10 euros (8 euros pour membres ISELP, étudiants,
chômeurs) ;
deux jours, 15 euros (12 euros pour membres ISELP, étudiants,
chômeurs).
Infos: ISELP, 02 504 80 70,
http://www.iselp.be ou stagiaire {AT} iselp.be

Las formas contemporáneas del arte comprometido

La dimensión política y social de la creación plástica - su
"utilidad" ciudadana de validación, de contestacion, o simplemente
de cuestionamiento del sistema de turno - han estado siempre en el
corazón de muchas prácticas artísticas. Dichos trabajos tratan de
posturas concernientes al ramo de lo político, de la necesidad de
compromiso del artista ciudadano, hasta el interrogante de la
utilidad social del arte, declinadas segun orientaciones tan
fundamentales como lo son : la democracia participativa, el
antiracismo, el altermundialismo, el antifacismo, la denunciación
de todo tipo de precariedad o de todas las derivas societales que
nos agobian.… Organizado por el Instituto superior por el estudio
del lenguaje plástico (ISELP), un coloquio internacional tratará
"del arte contextual a las nuevas prácticas documentales: las
formas contemporáaneas del arte comprometido". El coloquio se
organisará según tres plataformas : primero un programa científico
alrededor de sujetos genéricos concernientes al arte comprometido,
entre otros- Muriel Andrin, doctor en cine y profesor en la
universidad Libre de Bruxelas y Daniel Vander Gucht, responsable
del "Grupo de investigación en sociología de las artes y de las
culturas. Sigue, cada día al final de la tarde, un foro alrededor y
en compañia de los artistas - Yves Depelsenaire, fréderic Jacquemin,
Kader Mokaddem, Tania Nasielki, Caroline Serra, Françoise
Vincent+Elohim Feria. En prolongación a los debates, una
programación de cortos y largometrajes seran presentados de 9h a
21h en diferentes espacios.
Fecha y lugar : 21-22 de abril 2006, en el ISELP, 31 Boulevard de
Waterloo, 1000 Bruxelas.

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06 Rencontres : "Le phénomène sonore dans l'art contemporain", jeudi 4
mai 2006, Musée d'art contemporain de Lyon, Lyon, France.

Musée d'art contemporain de Lyon

Conférence "Le phénomène sonore dans l'art contemporain"

Jeudi 4 mai 2006 au Musée d'Art Contemporain de Lyon
de 18 h 30 à 20 h

Conférence autour de l'expo Anna Halprin de 18 h 30 à 20 h

"Le phénomène sonore dans l'art contemporain"
par Sylvie Lagnier, docteure en histoire de l'art.

La grande quantité de techniques pour enregistrer, traiter,
reproduire et diffuser des sons a généré un grand nombre de types
d’œuvres. Les qualités sonores du corps, la résonance de la
matière, les possibilités expressives du bruit, l’usage de la voix,
du cri à la parole, ou encore la composition musicale désignent
quelques approches des travaux d’artistes du XXème et XXIème
siècles dans les arts plastiques.



ENTRÉE LIBRE, SANS RÉSERVATION

Musée d'Art Contemporain de Lyon
Cité Internationale
81 quai Charles de Gaulle
69006 Lyon
+ 33 (0)4 72 69 17 17

Pour plus d'informations sur le musée www.moca-lyon.org

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07 Rencontres : Biennal as school at the Cooper Union, New York, Usa.

BIENNIAL AS SCHOOL AT THE COOPER UNION

Organized by the School of Art at The Cooper Union in cooperation
with the Department 2 of Manifesta 6 School

April 28, 2006
6:30 to 8:30 pm
The Cooper Union, Hewitt Building (Room 207), 41 Cooper Square

Free and Open to the Public
SPACE IS LIMITED. Please RSVP to Margaret Wray (212) 353-4268 or
mwray {AT} cooper.edu


The Cooper Union School of Art will host a Symposium on April 28th to discuss some of the reasons that motivated the curators of the Manifesta 6, European Biennial of Contemporary Art, to propose an Art School for the biennale in Nicosia, Cyprus. What are the conceptions of art, schools, and art schools that informed this proposal? And how do the three proposed models complement and challenge each other?

The panel consists both of organizers of the Biennial as of
participants to the workshops in Cyprus in the fall of 2006. Being
artists and theorists in their own right, the members of the panel
will undoubtedly also highlight their personal views and areas of
expertise. The panel will include:

Liam Gillick, artist, Critic of Sculpture at Columbia University

Boris Groys, Professor of Philosophy and Media Theory at the
Academy for Design in Karlsruhe and Global Distinguished Professor
of Russian & Slavic Studies at NYU

Nikolaus Hirsch, architect and Unit Master at the Architectural
Association in London

Walid Raad The Atlas Group, artist, Professor of the School of Art,
The Cooper Union

Martha Rosler, artist, Professor at Mason Gross School of the Arts,
Rutgers University

Jalal Toufic, artist, writer, film theorist, based in Beirut

Anton Vidokle, artist, co-curator, Manifesta 6

Introduction: Saskia Bos, curator, Dean of the School of Art, The
Cooper Union


Free and Open to the Public SPACE IS LIMITED. Please RSVP to Margaret Wray (212) 353-4268 or mwray {AT} cooper.edu

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08 Publication : Art And Its Institutions: Current Conflicts, Critique
And Collaborations, Nina Möntmann edition, Hamburg, Allemagne.

Art and its Institutions Current conflicts, critique and
collaborations
Black Dog Publishing (London) 2006

/ /

/Art and its Institutions /is a comprehensive reader on current
institutional conditions and the role of institutions within
artistic processes, offering a powerful insight into the diversity
of art institutions and their practice today.



The book examines the interests of the various institutions
involved in the production and mediation of art, and explores the
impact these institutions have on the contemporary art world. It
covers topics including the decline of the welfare state; the
advanced corporatisation of institutions; the art space and notions
of democracy; curating with institutional visions; the role of art
academies and education; new collectives and self-organisation; the
need for transgressive institutions; a re-evaluation of
institutional critique of the 1970s and 90s; and the introduction
of new models of critique in artistic and institutional practice.
Two exhibition projects, /Spaces of Conflict/ and /Opacity/, are
also discussed in terms of their relationship to the controversies
and desires provoked by institutions.



With contributions from: Nina Möntmann, Nanna Kildal, Roger M
Buergel, Anselm Franke, Maria Lind, Mike Bode and Staffan Schmidt,
Andrea Fraser, Sven-Olov Wallenstein, Beatrice von Bismarck, Jan
Verwoert, Simon Sheikh, Marita Muukkonen and Chris Evans, Anthony
Davies, Stephan Dillemuth and Jakob Jakobsen, Tone Hansen, Trude
Iversen, and 16 Beaver Group.


Paperback 192pp 60 colour & b/w ills. 16 x 22 cm / 6 x 8.5 in ISBN 1 904772 50 1 UK £19.95 US $29.95 CAN $39.95

http://www.bdpworld.com/books/contact.html#intorders


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09 Formation : CuratorLab, konstfack University College of arts, Crafts
and Design, Stockholm, Suède.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS:

CuratorLab
2006/2007
Stockholm – Paris – Nicosia – Istanbul – Berlin
http://www.konstfack.se/konstfack/jsp/polopoly.jsp?d=10&t=1&l=en

A combination of a residency and a research/project based program,
which will travel between Stockholm, Paris, Nicosia, Istanbul and
Berlin.

Application Deadline
May 15, 2006

The new CuratorLab is an international one-year residency and a
research/project based program designed for emerging curators,
critics, artists, writers and theorists. CuratorLab provides a test
bed for each participant underpinned by an intense critical dialogue
with an international core-faculty, and invited curators, artists
and theorists and other experts who participate in seminars and
discussions. Participants are expected to develop the content of
the program by organizing special seminars on their research topics
in collaboration with the faculty of CuratorLab and international
institutions.

>From 2006 CuratorLab is a traveling program, meaning that
participants may choose to live where they wish as the seminars
move between Stockholm, Berlin, Paris, Nicosia and Istanbul between
September 2006 and June 2007.

The program is structured into one or two-week intense residencies
in a city every month. Each residency will consist of a seminar
with one or several invited international guest speakers, as well
as studio visits and meetings with artists, curators, theorists and
other professionals of interest for the participants in each city.
Participants will also be expected to organize short public
presentations in each city.

Projects
Each participant is expected to produce an individual or
collaborative project; the final form of the project, and where it
is presented, is decided by each participant in dialogue with their
personal advisor, who he or she has chosen. CuratorLab provides each
participant access to its extensive international network of
cultural institutions and alternative project spaces.

Collaborators 2006/2007
Collaborators with CuratorLab for 2006/2007 are Platform Garanti
Contemporary Art Center in Istanbul and its director Vasif Kortun,
Centre Culturel Suedois in Paris, Moderna Museet and its curator
John Peter Nilsson and Bonniers Konsthall and its director Sara
Arrhenius in Stockholm. CuratorLab has also together with five
other institutions been invited by the Manifesta 6 curators Mai Abu
El Dahab, Anton Vidokle and Florian Waldvogel to collaborate with
Manifesta 6 in Nicosia in the fall of 2006. CuratorLab will travel
to Nicosia for at least two residencies with the goal to produce a
collaborative project to be presented at Manifesta 6 in the late
fall of 2006.

Program Committee
Måns Wrange (artist and professor at The Department of Fine Arts,
Konstfack, Stockholm)
Karina Ericsson Wärn (curator and writer)
Ronald Jones (professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Konstfack,
artist and writer for Frieze and Artforum among other international
magazines)
Marysia Lewandowska (artist and professor at The Department of Fine
Arts, Konstfack)

Information and application forms
http://www.konstfack.se
Phone: +46 8 450 41 00, Fax: +46 8 450 41 29
Email: curatorlab {AT} konstfack.se

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10 Divers : atelier à Louer, Montpellier, France.

A louer à partir de cet été:

Montpellier, quartier Renouvier/Figuerolles atelier dans cour
arborée rez de chaussée 45m2 mezzanine 12m2
point d'eau elec. wc à l'étage commun.
Eclairage naturel verrière exposition nord hauteur sous plafond 3m
70
une place de parking devant l'atelier sol chape béton murs et
plafond blancs bon état.
non habitable. calme.

convention d'occupation artistique(activités commerciales exclues)
d'un an renouvelable.
dépôt demande jusqu'au 1er juin 2006. références exigées.
prix: 415 euros

Laissez un message sur cette adresse,ainsi que vos coordonnées,
merci.
Nous vous rappellerons.
art-lareserve {AT} wanadoo.fr

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11 Divers : clôture du cycle Guy Debord , centre international de
poésie Marseille, Marseille, France.

"Cocteau a inventé les miroirs comme des choses à traverser.
J'invente les miroirs comme obstacles."

Jack Spicer


FIDMARSEILLE 14 allée léon gambetta 13001 marseille tel / fax : +33 (0)4 95 04 44 90 / 91 - web : www.fidmarseille.org



ESTAMIRA de Marcos Prado, Grand prix de la Compétition
Internationale et
lauréat du Prix du Groupement National des Cinémas de Recherche au
FIDMarseille 05 a été projeté au cinéma Le Chambord à Marseille le
lundi 3 avril à 21h30 dans le cadre d'une carte blanche proposée au
FIDMarseille par les Rencontres Cinématographiques Sud-Américaines.
http://www.aspas-marseille.org

PIERRE QUI ROULE de Frédéric Mainçon, sélectionné en Compétition
Française et en Compétition Premier au FIDMarseille 05 a été
projeté le 18 avril 2006 à L’entrepôt à 19h30 et 20h45. Les
projections ont été suivies d’un concert Denis Charolles &
Fantasio
L'entrepôt - 7/9 rue Francis de Pressensé 75014 Paris

ONE + ONE de Jean-Luc Godard, présenté au FIDMarseille 03 dans le
cadre de l’écran « Du son à l’image » sera projeté au cinéma les
Variétés le samedi 29 avril 2006 en avant-première de sa sortie
nationale du 3 mai 2006.
La projection sera présentée par Jean-Pierre Rehm, délégué général
du FID.
Les Variétés - 37 rue Vincent Scotto 13001 Marseille



A l’invitation du Confort Moderne de Poitiers, le FID a proposé, le
6 avril 2006, une sélection de films documentaires présentés au
FIDMarseille 03 dans le cadre des écrans « Du son à l’image » et «
Camera nova » :
ONE + ONE de Jean-Luc Godard
BLANCHE NEIGE LUCIE de Pierre Huygues
ROCK MY RELIGION de Dan Graham
MOUVEMENT 2 SUR UN POLDER de Jean-Baptiste Bruand
GET RID OF YOURSELF de Bernadette Corporation
ONE ROOM MAN de Boris Tomschiezek
KING KONG de Peter Friedl
http://www.confort-moderne.fr

DREYER POUR MEMOIRE : EXERCICE DOCUMENTAIRE de Olivier Derousseau,
sélectionné en Compétition Française au FIDMarseille 05 sera
projeté le mercredi 19 avril à 19h30 au Centre Social Julien.
Centre Social Julien, cours Julien 13006 Marseille



Le cipM propose l’exposition « Guy Debord – Documents
situationnistes » du 10 mars au 29 avril 2006 au cipM
CipM - Centre de la Vieille Charité / 2, rue de la Charité - 13002
Marseille
http://www.cipmarseille.com/

Rencontre avec Aurélie Filippetti, Présidente du FIDMarseille, le 4
mai 2006 à 17h00 à L’Alcazar / BMVR de Marseille, en collaboration
avec Libraires à Marseille, autour de son second roman Un homme
dans la poche, sorti le 1er mars 2006 aux Editons Stock.
Cette rencontre sera animée par Pascal Jourdana, journaliste
littéraire
http://www.bmvr.mairie-marseille.fr

Table-ronde « Le son au cinéma », dans le cadre de l’événement «
Sons de plateau » le samedi 8 avril à Montévidéo (Marseille) avec
Noel Akchoté, Daniel Deshays, Thierry Jousse, Barre Phillips et
Jean-Pierre Rehm
http://www.grim-marseille.com

Le 3ème Festival du Film Documentaire de Chine aura lieu du 18 au
23 avril à Nanjing et Hefei en parallèle au 3ème Salon Annuel des
Films Indépendants Chinois. Jean-Pierre Rehm y est invité à parler
du documentaire contemporain avec d’autres responsables de
festivals documentaires.


FIDMARSEILLE 14 allée léon gambetta 13001 marseille tel / fax : +33 (0)4 95 04 44 90 / 91 - web : http://www.fidmarseille.org

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12 Exposition : Nouveau / New : Today is Shanghai Time ! #1, Shanghai,
Chine.

Bonjour,
Voici une nouvelle "rubrique" sur la vie artistique de Shangai,
dirigée par Jérémie Thircuir.

Hello,
This is a new "column" on the artistic life in Shangai, selected by
Jérémie Thircuir.



1. 1918 Art Space

from Sun, 23rd April until Sun, 7th May : Cartography of Intimate
Portraits > After a four weeks residency at 1918 ArtSPACE
Warehouse, French Artist Maria Das Dores Berthomme will exhibit her
installation work (video, charcoal drawings, as well as a dress
installation, made in collaboration with fashion designer Fiona
Von). Maria's work has consisted in exploring Shanghai and his
population by interviewing and by filming seven of his inhabitants,
either locals or foreigners. The whole installation is the
reflection of what the artist experienced in the city, the people
she's met, and what deeply influenced her. All of her work appears
as a patchwork of architectural and sculptural elements, with a
large part given to visual symbolism and to the idea of working
process.
http://www.1918artspace.com



2. Aura gallery

from Sat, 22nd April until Tue, 16th May : Wonderland > Maleonn on
his "Wonderland" exhibition: "My photography...is just like life:
unpredictable and full of hints, but no answers... we are trying to
understand the deeper meaning of our culture." Oening reception will
be held on April 22nd, from 3pm-8pm.
Maleonn's father was Shanghai's leading opera director at the time
of his and his family's banishment to a re-education camp during
China's Cultural Revolution, resulting in a hard-scrabble childhood
for Maleonn who was conceived in the camp. From this early life of
hardship and constrained opportunity, Maleonn has emerged as a
major cultural figure in 21st Century Shanghai.
http://www.aura-art.com


3. SH Space (ShanghART gallery).

from Thu, 20th April until Fri, 5th May : Ding Yi's Works > From
'89-'06, Ding Yi has become one of the best known abstract Chinese
artists with many exhibitions in China and all over the world to
his credit. Ding Yi's work itself, still based on the same symbol
of the "+" or cross he uses since 1989, developed strongly. A
simple cross of two lines, its infinite complexity and
extensiveness is able to capture your sight in ever new ways and
intensities. Ikon Gallery (UK) invited Ding Yi to hold a
retrospective exhibition of his in 2005. It was one of the rare
solo exhibitions of a mainland Chinese artist in a major
international museum, resulting in critical acclaim.
http://www.shanghart.com/



4. Zendai museum of modern art

from Sat, 15th April until Wed, 26th April : Yansong Ma & Wang Hui
> Two young architects Yansong Ma and Wang Hui's work will be on
displayed around the themes "architecture" and "future". As the
most architecture-saturated country, China has attracted a number
of a-list overseas architects and studios which contribute to this
nation a handful of works as the national grand theatre and Olympic
stadium. Architecture accordingly comes to the fore of arts in
China, and on top of that, exhibitions of contemporary art provide
a laboratory for cutting-edge architectural works, for instance,
architects frequent the shows offering the space layout as well as
some artworks, or in other cases, collaborating with some
installation artists. Opening will be held on Sat April 15th, 3pm.

Yansong Ma, born in the 1970s, has already stepped onto the
international stage of the industry. His studio MAD has
participated in many competitions with a number of original
projects. Ma's practice focuses on the representation of the
contemporaneity and the exploration of the harmonious combination
of architecture, urban environment and lifestyle in a digitalized
time. Lately, MAD stood out in a Canadian competition and will work
on a 50-storey complex building in the city Mississauga.

With a unique style, Wang Hui highlights the regional features in
his design, that's to say, the layout varies with the locale,
making most of the local resource and embodying its cultural
traits. His unstrained design refuses to fit in any pigeonholes but
absorbs anything he feels good to enhance the simultaneous facet of
his state of mind. His design mainly falls into two categories, the
rapid pace that echoes the evolving social changes on one hand, and
the static that rules the soul of the work.
http://www.zmuseum.org



Selected by:
Jérémie Thircuir
Pour pourinfos.org

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13 Exposition : L'Ambassade des Possibles, 40mcube / Le Château,
Rennes, France.

40mcube / Le Château présentent :

Vernissage le samedi 3 juin 2006 à partir de 17:00
Exposition du 3 juin au 29 juillet 2006

Le chateau
30 avenue Sergent Maginot
35 000 Rennes

COMMUNIQUEDE PRESSE

L’Ambassade des PossiblesVirginie Barré, Julien Celdran, Philippe
Parreno, Sébastien Vonier.

Pour l’inauguration et la première exposition du Château, Julien
Celdran met en place L’Ambassade des Possibles, reprenant les
éléments de façade, drapeaux et plaque de cuivre, d’une telle
institution. Celle-ci, en l’occurrence, représente un Etat
imaginaire, ou un Etat sans pays, lieu de tous les possibles.

Cette ambassade porteuse d’utopie anarchiste constitue à la fois le
cadre physique et conceptuel de l’exposition du même nom.
La vidéo No more reality de Philippe Parreno, par le biais
d’enfants défilant avec banderoles et slogans, revendique son titre
et constitue un véritable manifeste*.
Les sculptures inspirées de plans de villes de Sébastien Vonier,
présentées dans l’espace documentation du rez-de-chaussée, prennent
une tournure ambiguë. Leurs formes familières oscillent entre
fonctionnalité et abstraction.Une envolée qui se poursuit et se
traduit dans le travail de dessin et de texte que Virginie Barré
réalise au premier étage du Château.

Ainsi l’exposition et les oeuvres de L’Ambassade des Possibles
créent une certaine progression. Elles partent d’éléments tangibles
du réel, en adoptent les formes et le réalisme, tout en glissant
vers des imaginaires, avec des récits qui prennent la liberté de ne
pas garder les pieds sur terre.

Informations pratiques

Vernissage le samedi 3 juin 2006 à partir de 17:00
Exposition du 3 juin au 29 juillet 2006

Ouverture du mardi au samedi de 14:00 à 18:00 et sur rendez-vous
Visites commentées et accueil de groupe sur réservation

Contact presse :
amac
7 bis rue des Chambellest/f 02 40 48 55 38
Virginie Lardière > 06 60 97 21 29
Céline Guimbertaud > 06 62 77 20
11contact {AT} amac-web.com

La vidéo No more reality de Philippe Parreno est prêtée par le Frac
Lorraine

40mcube / Le Château reçoit le soutien du ministère de la culture
et de la communication – DRAC Bretagne, de la Ville de Rennes, du
Conseil régional de Bretagne, du Conseil général d’Ille-et-Vilaine,
des cidre et jus de pommes Bernard – Bannalec.

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14 Exposition : HOMESICK – Act I, Akureyri Art Museum, Reykjavík,
Islande.

Akureyri Art Museum, Iceland
Opening: Saturday, May 6, at 3 PM
Duration: May 6 - June 25, 2006

Press downloads: http://www.cia.is/news/homesick_press.htm

HOMESICK – Act I. Participating artists: Guy Ben-Ner (Israel),
Chantal Michel (Switzerland), Nevin Aladag (Turkey), Katrin
Sigurðardóttir (Iceland), Haraldur Jónsson (Iceland), Ólafur Arni
Ólafsson & Libia Pérez de Siles Castro (Iceland/Spain)

The exhibition at the Akureyri Art Museum in Iceland forms the
starting point of the HOMESICK Project, a series of exhibitions in
co-operation with CIA.IS — Center for Icelandic Art together with
the Akureyri Art Museum (Iceland), Platform Garanti Contemporary
Art Center Istanbul (Turkey) and the Center for Contemporary Art
(Israel).

Homesickness is a term used in a number of languages to express
illness, pain or a longing for one's distant home. Homesickness is
a concrete feeling or a romantic term. It is childish, antiquated
and yet current and relevant since it touches on the question of
one's own (individual or collective, ethnic or cultural) identity.
The question of what 'home' can signify in times of globalised
societies, which leads on to the question of what is signified by
'homesickness', can be put both concretely and metaphorically. The
question can be grasped as an approach both towards the subjective
phenomenon of people yearning for a sense of belonging and towards
a cultural or ethnic group's collective pursuit of identity.

It was also its assonant double entendre that caused HOMESICK to be
chosen as the laconic title of the exhibition project in which the
desire to leave home is likewise expressed: to be sick of home. The
globalised world economy demands modern nomadism from the
individual; the home becomes a claustrophobic nightmare, escape
represents freedom.

The theme of the HOMESICK project will vary at its four exhibition
stations in 2006/2007. With Turkey, Israel, Switzerland and Iceland
involved, the project concentrates on four countries located on the
outer fringe of the European Union. The project is set against a
background of quite diverse historical and current processes. It
begins in Iceland before undergoing further development for the
subsequent stations in Istanbul (Platform Garanti, December 2006),
Tel Aviv (Center for Contemporary Art, spring 2007) and Switzerland
(summer 2007).

The artists invited to participate in HOMESICK – Act I approach the
subject both in a subjective-emotional manner as well as
intellectually or theoretically. The works of the three Icelandic
positions correspond to those of the three guest artists. Directly
or indirectly they ask the viewers to question his or her own
moods.

Guy Ben-Ner (Israel, b. 1969) represented Israel at the Venice
Biennale in 2005 and currently lives in New York. His own four
walls often provide the setting and he or his own family are the
protagonists of his metaphoric video works.

Nevin Aladag (Turkey, b. 1972) lives in Berlin. Her works reflect
the search of young Turks living in Germany for an identity of
their own — a search that is strongly expressed in music and
dance.

Chantal Michel (Switzerland, b. 1968) enters alien private spheres
for her performances, videos and staged photography. The nature of
her physical presence is a threat to the intimacy of the home.

Haraldur Jónsson (Iceland, b. 1961) targets subjective perception.
His works, which he calls psychosomatic sculptures, focus directly
on the viewer, confronting him/her physically and intellectually
with the materialisation of emotional sensations.

Home as a site and a concept is one of the central themes present
in the works by Katrin Sigurdardóttir (Iceland, b. 1967). The
artist's signature use of miniature models explores the ways in
which the experience of one place is entangled in the memory of
other places.

Ólafur Arni Ólafsson (Iceland, b. 1973) & Libia Pérez de Siles
Castro (Spain, b. 1971) have been working as a team since 1996,
occupying public spaces with their installations. Their socially
critical approach touches on socio-political themes and seeks to
involve the visitor through active participation.

Akureyri Art Museum, Iceland
Coordinator and Curator Act I:
Christian Schoen (CIA.IS – Center for Icelandic Art)
Opening:
Saturday, May 6 2006, at 3 PM
Period:
May 6 – June 25, 2006
Open daily except Mondays from 12-5 PM

Panel Discussion:
HOMESICKNESS – Nostalgia or Necessity
Saturday, May 6, at 1 PM in the Deiglan, Akureyri
With Ólafur Arni Ólafsson & Libia Pérez de Siles Castro, Nevin
Aladag, Guy Ben-Ner, Haraldur Jónsson, Wojtek Szepel, Hannes
Sigurdsson and Christian Schoen

Online:
http://www.cia.is/news/homesick.htm
http://www.homesickx4.blogspot.comhttp://www.listasafn.akureyri.is

Catalogue:
A catalogue with contributions of Hjálmar Sveinsson and
Christian Schoen will be published for the exhibitions



HOMESICK II December 2006
Turkey, Platform Garanti

HOMESICK III Spring 2007
Israel, Center for Contemporary Art


With friendly support by:

Baugur Group
Pro Helvetia, Schweizer Kulturstiftung


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15 Programme : Videoformes, Clermont-Ferrand, France.

04 > Olivier LEROI : videoexperience

Galerie de l'Art du Temps / Chapelle de l'Oratoire
19h

Vidéoformes présente : Olivier Leroi : Expériences vidéo et
quelques dessins
Videoformes presents : Olivier Leroi : Video experiences and some
drawings

La procession du li(è)vre blanc • La piste est mon logis • Projet
de vol • La neige au pays Dogon • La Brigade de Chambord

04/05 > 03/06 > PAYSAGES EN TRAVAUX

Galerie Paris-Sud - Cachan (94)
4bis rue du Docteur Gosselin
Vidéoformes présente dans le cadre de la Biennale de Cachan et de
l’exposition Paysages en travaux
Policia acostada / Nathalie Rich-Fernandez (France) • La mobylette
dans un système social de Peter Fischer (Suisse) • Pont-Croix de
Nicolas Barrie France) • La carte postale de Pierre & Jean Villemin
(France) • Flatland

de Pascale Weber (France) • Survey de John Fillwalk (USA) •
Trans(e) bleu d’Emmanuel Avenel & Marie-France Giraudon (Canada) •
Zeno's Paradox de Robert Arnold (USA) • Triptych de Robert Arnold
(USA) • Tokyo Tonight d’Aikaterini Gegisian (Grande-Bretagne) •
Unicode de Vincent Dudouet & Adolph Kaplan (France)

06 > 10 > Marché de l'art contemporain de Marin

Marché de l’Art contemporain du Marin - Martinique
Contemporary Art Fair, Marin - Martinique (French West Indies)
Cyber Base du Marin

VIDEOFORMES présente : VIDEO EMERGENCES, une sélection de films
d’artistes internationaux d’Art Contemporain
VIDEOFORMES presents : VIDEO EMERGENCES, a selection of video by
international contemporary artists

Natalie Rich-Fernandez, Anne Sophie Maignant, Nicolas Barrié,
Vincent Dudouet, Aikaterini Gegisian, Gabriella Golder, Pascal
Lièvre, Mihai Grecu & Thibault Gleize, Eder Santos, Ethem Özgüven,
Pierre-Yves Cruaud, Vincent et Franck Dudouet, Adolph Kaplan, Jean
& Pierre Villemin, Jean-Gabriel Périot, Valérie Pavia, Chris
Quanta, Frédéric Lecomte, Miller Levy, Lucas Bambozzi

18> 21 > Bochum Video Festival - D

Le Videofestival International de Bochum qui se tiendra à
l'université de Bochum invite Gabriel Soucheyre, directeur de
Videoformes au jury de la compétition internationale. Programmes
spéciaux, compétition de VJ également au programme de cette 16e
manifestation.
The International Videofestival Bochum which takes place for the
16th time from may 18th - may 20th 2006 at the Ruhr-University
Bochum invites Gabriel Soucheyre, Videoformes director as a member
of the jury for the international competition. Besides, there will
be a Vj-contest, various program-specials and of course the famous
parties.

Infos


20 & 21 > PASSIMESSA : collection privée / private collection

Galerie de l'Art du Temps / Chapelle de l'Oratoire
Les arts en balade
samedi/saturday 20 / 05 : 10>12 h + 14>22 h
dilmanche/sunday 21 / 05 : 14>19 h

PASSIMESSA, histoire d'une collection privée originale : peinture,
sculpture, vidéo, photo.
Plus qu’une balade, une véritable randonnée artistique ! Telle est
la démarche de Passimessa, dont les 18 membres, faisant tirelire
commune, délèguent chaque trimestre à un trio d’acheteurs la
responsabilité d’élargir la collection du groupe. Cette collection,
fruit de 3 ans d’acquisition partagée, est présentée pour la
première fois au public.
The story of an original private collection : painting, sculpture,
video, photography. Passimessa is a group of 18 people whose
passion is contemporary art. Three years ago, they gathered to put
some money in a 'money box'. Every three months, a sub-group of
three peole buy a work with the money collected by the members.
This collection, fruit of 3 years of shared acquisition, is
presented for the first time to the public.
Infos • Contact

21 > 28 > ELECTROBOLOCHOC 2006

Château de Veauce (Allier)

Vidéoformes présente :
Videoformes presents :

La fiancée de Jérôme Bosch, une vidéo de / a video by Vincent
MENGIN-LECREULX.

videoformes {AT} videoformes.com
VIDEOFORMES - Vidéo & nouveaux médias dans l'art contemporain,
Video & New Media in contemporary art
http://ww2.nat.fr/videoformes/VIDEOFORMES/total_cadres.html


bénéficie du soutien de / is supported by : Ministère de la Culture/DRAC Auvergne, Ville de Clermont-Ferrand, Clermont-Communauté, Conseil Général du Puy-de-Dôme, Conseil Régional d’Auvergne

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16 Exposition : Olivier Nottellet, galerie martinethibaultdelachâtre,
Paris, France.

Olivier Nottellet
« Black-out »

Fin de l’exposition : 29 avril 2006

galerie martinethibaultdelachâtre
4 rue de Saintonge
F- 75003 Paris
du mardi au samedi de 11h30 à 19h00

Olivier Nottellet
FAITES PEUR

Centre régional d’Art contemporain Languedoc Roussillon SETE
15 avril –14 juin 2006


M & T La Châtre

galerie martinethibaultdelachâtre
4 rue de Saintonge. F-75003 Paris
tel/fax: 00 33 (0)1 42 71 89 50
mobile: 06 20 46 68 12
mail: lachatregalerie {AT} club-internet.fr
website: www.lachatregalerie.com
ouvert du mardi au samedi de 11h30 à 19h00.

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17 Exposition : Mario Nigro. Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Palazzo
Venier dei Leoni, Venise, Italie.

PRESS RELEASE

THE PEGGY GUGGENHEIM COLLECTION PRESENTS A GREAT MASTER OF ITALIAN
ART

HOMAGE TO MARIO NIGRO

Homage to Mario Nigro renews the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation's
commitment to masters of twentieth century Italian art. The
exhibition takes place from April 22 to May 21 at the Peggy
Guggenheim Collection, Venice. Gianni Nigro, president of the
Archivio Mario Nigro, swiftly and generously endorsed the
exhibition by donating two paintings in tempera on paper by Mario
Nigro that will benefit the collections of the Solomon R.
Guggenheim Foundation. Both of them will be exhibited: "Untitled",
1949 (from the "Black Panel Series") and "Untitled", 1950 (from the
"Checkered Panels Series"), These works indicate the main thrust of
the show, which examines the problematics of Nigro's artistic,
conceptual and stylistic research. The art of Mario Nigro (Pistoia,
1917 – Livorno, 1992), one of the most dedicated protagonists of
Italian artistic experiment in the second half of the twentieth
century, is presented by curator Luca Massimo Barbero through a
small cross-section of his work, with specific attention to the
period of the late 1940s to the mid 1960s.

Homage to Mario Nigro is organized with the Archivio Mario Nigro,
Milan, which is currently preparing a catalogue raisonné, edited by
Germano Celant.

Mario Nigro belongs among those Italian painters whose pictorial
language sustained a constant dialogue with international trends.
His artistic identity, which continuously evolved, could be
described as a highly personal conjugation of dynamic abstraction,
with references to science, mathematics, music and tonality,
according to a rational methodology focusing on structure and
feeling. The exhibit constitutes a specific reading of Mario
Nigro's distinctive and various production through a selection of
seminal pieces that document his pre-eminence and the innovatory
character of his research within the panorama of Italian and
international abstraction -to which his many appearances at the
Venice Biennale and other important shows testify.

The structure of the exhibition, both essential and richly
suggestive, reveals the complexity and novelty of Nigro's art. His
language manifests the expressive tension, rooted in an underlying
dimension of existential despair existentialism, which is released
not in the immediacy of an informel aesthetic nor of gestural
painting but rather through reduction and essence, anticipating the
Minimalist currents of the 1960s.

The first of the two galleries present a pair of paintings of 1950
from the "Checkerboard Series". In these Nigro animates a pattern
of black and white orthogonals, whose genesis is to be found in the
neo-plastic grids of Piet Mondrian, in a dynamic movement deriving
from Italian Futurism, by multiple and overlapping planes and by
shifting color tones. Within this implied pictorial space one can
begin to read the creative process that led Nigro to his original
evolution of the abstract constructivist language. The perceptual
complexity of these images, with which Nigro was well ahead of his
time, is expressed in a sequence of important works on paper from
this period, including the two donations to the Solomon R.
Guggenheim Foundation. They function dialectically with "Checkers"
(1952), the painting which opens the exhibition and which signals
the moment of transition from the dynamics of the orthogonal to
those of the diagonal -a decisive shift that led to the paintings
which are installed in the subsequent gallery.
The second gallery illustrates the increased complexity and
richness of Nigro's work between the 1950s and 1960s. The works
exhibited here relate to his cycle of works exploring the concept
of 'total space'--from sketches on paper to works on canvas and
even three-dimensional pieces with environmental implications.
Nigro's 'total space' visualizes the interpenetration of several
degrees of reality and dimensionality while simultaneously
referencing relativistic science and the living drama of
'becoming'. He does this with irreducible fugitive perspectives of
optical-perceptual latticework which he sets in motion by both
structural and chromatic means. The sketches on paper shown here
reveal how Nigro proceeded serially by a complex iteration of
structure and form which found manifold expression in the works on
canvas: from the most orderly optical intersections in dimensional
planes present in the work "Total Space": "Structures" (1953-56),
to the dramatic break in "Total Space": "Interruption" (1954); from
the rhythmic progressions of "Total Space": "Simultaneous Rhythmic
Progressions" in "Vibratory Variation" (1955), to the linear
progressions of "Total Space": "Simultaneous Dramatic Divergences"
(1954-59), and "Total Space": "Opposing Contrasts" (1954-59-61).

Two additional works complete the room and expand upon Nigro's
reflections on 'total space' in three-dimensions. From the "Total
Space" of 1954: "Series of 12 Continuous Rhombi in Simultaneous
Alternate Opposing Rhythmic Progression" (1965) is composed of 12
elements for a total length of 7 meters and was exhibited in a room
dedicated to Nigro at the 1968 Venice Biennale. This is a sequential
work experienced by walking through the combination of wall and
floor sculptures. Secondly, "From Total Space: Simultaneous
Opposing Rhythmic Progression" (1966) is a transposition of the
virtual optical grids from the works on canvas into two opposing
perspective lattices in wood painted red.

A bilingual catalogue in Italian and English will be published,
which will trace the life and works of Mario Nigro, from the end of
the 1940s to the 1960s.

# 184, March 2006

Insititutional Patrons: Banca del Gottardo, Regione del Veneto
Events of The Peggy Guggenheim Collection are made possible thanks
to the support of the Comitato Consultivo of The Peggy Guggenheim
Collection and:


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COMUNICATO STAMPA

LA COLLEZIONE PEGGY GUGGENHEIM RENDE
OMAGGIO A UN GRANDE MAESTRO DELL’ARTE ITALIANA

OMAGGIO A MARIO NIGRO

Con OMAGGIO A MARIO NIGRO, la Fondazione Solomon R. Guggenheim, New
York, e la Collezione Peggy Guggenheim rinnovano il loro interesse
per i grandi maestri dell'arte Italiana del XX secolo. La mostra,
dal 22 aprile al 21 maggio alla Collezione Peggy Guggenheim, è
realizzata in occasione della donazione alla Fondazione Solomon R.
Guggenheim da parte di Gianni Nigro, Presidente dell'Archivio Mario
Nigro, di due opere che andranno ad impreziosire la collezione.
"Senza titolo" (dal ciclo "Pannello in nero") del 1949 e "Senza
titolo" (dal ciclo "Pannello a scacchi") del 1950, le due opere che
costituiscono la donazione, sono anche il fulcro della mostra
incentrata sulle problematiche artistiche, concettuali e
stilistiche dell’autore. L'opera di Mario Nigro (Pistoia, 1917 –
Livorno 1992), uno tra i più impegnati protagonisti della ricerca
artistica italiana della seconda metà del Novecento, è letta da
Luca Massimo Barbero, curatore della mostra, attraverso alcuni
spaccati della sua attività, con particolare attenzione per il
periodo tra la fine degli anni quaranta e la metà degli anni
sessanta.
L'OMAGGIO A MARIO NIGRO è realizzato in collaborazione con
l'Archivio Mario Nigro di Milano, impegnato in una costante
attività di ricerca finalizzata alla realizzazione del catalogo
ragionato dell'opera dell’artista, a cura di Germano Celant.

Mario Nigro è uno dei maestri dell'arte italiana che ha sempre
mantenuto una prospettiva e un riferimento ad una dimensione
internazionale del proprio linguaggio: la sua identità espressiva,
in continua e costante evoluzione, si può definire una
personalissima declinazione di astrattismo dinamico, che combina
riferimenti scientifici, matematici, musicali e tonali, secondo una
prospettiva razionale tesa alla coniugazione di struttura ed
emozione. La mostra illustra un significativo percorso
nell’articolata e multiforme opera di Mario Nigro, attraverso
alcune opere di fondamentale importanza che dimostrano la sua
posizione di assoluto rilievo e la dimensione anticipatrice della
sua ricerca nell’ambito del panorama dell'astrattismo italiano e
internazionale, come testimoniano anche le sue numerose presenze
alla Biennale di Venezia e ad altre importanti rassegne.

Il percorso della mostra, essenziale e al contempo ricco di spunti,
permette di cogliere la complessità e novità dell'opera di Nigro, il
cui linguaggio manifesta la sua tensione espressiva, legata a una
dimensione esistenziale tragica, risolvendola non nell'immediatezza
di una poetica informale e di una pittura d'azione, ma nel segno di
una riduzione e di un'essenzialità che anticipano le correnti
minimaliste degli anni sessanta.

Nella prima delle due sale in cui si articola l'esposizione,
vengono presentate due opere del 1950, appartenenti al ciclo dei
pannelli a scacchi, nelle quali le scansioni ortogonali bianche e
nere, la cui genesi è direttamente riferita alle griglie
neoplastiche di Piet Mondrian, vengono da Nigro attivate in senso
dinamico, con un richiamo diretto alla poetica del Futurismo,
attraverso la moltiplicazione dei piani di lettura delle superfici
e le scelte di variazione cromatica. In questo stesso spazio, è
inoltre possibile leggere il processo creativo che porta Nigro a
questa originale elaborazione del linguaggio astratto costruttivo.
La sua complicazione percettiva, fortemente anticipatrice rispetto
ai suoi contemporanei si esprime, infatti, in una sequenza di
alcune importanti opere su carta degli stessi anni, due delle quali
costituiscono la donazione alla Fondazione Solomon R. Guggenheim.
Questi lavori si pongono in dialogo con l’opera esposta
all'ingresso della mostra, "Scacchi" (1952), che segna il momento
di transizione dalla dinamica ortogonale a quella diagonale,
passaggio decisivo che porta Nigro alle realizzazioni seguenti,
presentate nella seconda sala.

Nella seconda sala è documentata l'ulteriore complessità e
ricchezza che viene ad assumere l'opera di Nigro tra gli anni
cinquanta e gli anni sessanta: nucleo ideale della sequenza di
opere qui esposte è infatti la riflessione sviluppata in questi
anni dall'artista nell'elaborazione progressiva del suo ciclo dello
spazio totale, dagli studi su carta, alle opere su tela e ai suoi
sviluppi tridimensionali e su scala ambientale. Lo spazio totale di
Nigro, visualizza il compenetrarsi di diversi gradi di realtà e di
dimensioni, riferendosi al contempo alla scienza relativistica e
alla tragicità del divenire dell'esistenza, rese presenti in
immagine nelle fughe prospettiche irriducibili di reticoli
ottico-percettivi che l'artista movimenta sia in termini
strutturali che cromatici. Tale ambito di espressione viene
esplorato da Nigro in un complesso procedimento costruttivo
strutturale, come evidenziato nella serie di studi su carta qui
presentati, e trova multiforme espressione nelle opere su tela:
dalle più composte intersezioni ottiche di piani dimensionali
evidenti nelle opere "Spazio totale: strutture", del 1953-56, alla
frattura drammatica di "Spazio totale: interruzione" (1954); dalle
progressioni ritmiche di "Spazio totale: progressioni ritmiche
simultanee in variazione vibratile", del 1955, a quelle lineari di
"Spazio totale: divergenze simultanee drammatiche", del 1954-59, e
di "Spazio totale: contrasti opposti", del 1954-59-61.

Chiudono la sala altre due opere che sviluppano la riflessione di
Nigro sullo spazio totale, ma questa volta secondo una logica
tridimensionale. Una di queste è l'opera di 7 metri di lunghezza in
12 elementi "Dallo spazio totale 1954: serie di 12 rombi continui a
progressioni ritmiche simultanee alternate opposte", del 1965, che
venne presentata da Nigro nella sala a lui dedicata alla Biennale
di Venezia del 1968, nella quale l'artista realizzò una sequenza
percorribile attraverso la combinazione di lavori tridimensionali a
parete e a pavimento. L'altra, "Dallo spazio totale: progressioni
ritmiche simultanee opposte", del 1966, è una trasposizione delle
griglie ottiche virtuali delle opere su tela in due reticoli
prospettici opposti in legno dipinto in rosso.

In occasione della mostra verrà pubblicata una monografia bilingue,
in italiano e in inglese, che presenta il percorso storico-artistico
di Mario Nigro, tra la fine degli anni quaranta e gli anni
sessanta.

# 184, febbraio 2006

Institutional Patrons: Banca del Gottardo, Regione del Veneto
I programmi della Collezione Peggy Guggenheim sono resi possibili
grazie al sostegno del Comitato Consultivo della Collezione Peggy
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18 Programme: the upgrade!istanbul #5, Istanbul, Turquie.

THE UPGRADE!ISTANBUL
NOMAD

25th of April 2006
17:00- A performance by son:DA

son:DA _ artistic alliance _ Golec/Horvat _ since 2000
_ ( http://sonda.kibla.org ) has presented their work and
performed in Moderna galerija Ljubljana, Institute for contemporary
art Sofia, MACRO Rome, Kunstlerhaus Vienna, Tate modern London, The
Renaissance society Chicago, Stedelijk Amsterdam, Contemporary art
museum St.Loise, at Musikprotokoll am SteirischenHerbst Graz,
International festival of animation in Utrecht, Hiroshima and
Zagreb, at Sammlung Essl and on different festivals in Prague,
Hull, Maribor, Florence, Berlin, Zagreb, Napoli alias on different
radio and television stations.

son:DA is one of the guests of the Istanbul Residency Programme at
Platform Garanti supported by American Center Foundation.

performative audio-video constellation 2003-2006
The technical support for this “low-fi” (analogical) constellation,
with the help of which the “compositions” are made possible, is made
from a simple sound interface alias coaxial cable, which reacts to
the events, course and changes within the picture electrons on the
screen of monitor-television and eventually, reacts to the simple
touch of it. There is also a “analogical” connection between audio
and video signal, such as video makes, manipulates, modulates audio
signal and vice verse. A simple electronic signal circle is
possible. The before prepared and presented (projected) pictorial
alias audio compositions make up the scores. They are fundamental
materials for the performances and interactivity. The duration of
one loop is defined through the length of the pictorial-audio
composition-score. Manipulation occurs in treating and projecting
the audio and video signal into the system, into the constellation
and into the real space. Modulation happens during the process of
the performance-interactivity-improvisation with constellation,
with this “low-tech” music instrument. The pictorial material of
the different “compositions” includes and is represented by moving
images (found footage or original video recording), as well as
animated static images, words and numbers. Compositions could be
also made out of new or found audio samples alias out of very
simple or complex sound scores.

During the last three-year period has son:DA created a series of
compositions as technical constellations with their guests (“unit
739” . “nr.7-G” . “nr.27-1-2-3” . “for two monitors”. “for a
question”. “for Europe”.”for monitor, projector, bass and
computer”.“nr.25” . "composition ar_co").

More on http://sonda.kibla.org/performances.html alias
http://sonda.kibla.org/constallations.html

 {AT}  17:00
due to the ongoing construction work, santralistanbul will host
this meeting at Istanbul Bilgi University, Dolapdere Campus, The
Court Room.

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The Upgrade! Istanbul is a monthly gathering for new media artists,
academicians, practitioners, curators and for all of the other
actors of digital culture, organized by NOMAD and hosted by
santralistanbul.

Upgrade! is an international, emerging network of autonomous nodes
united by art, technology, and a commitment to bridging cultural
divides. Its decentralized, non-hierarchical structure ensures that
Upgrade! (i) operates according to local interests and their
available resources; and (ii) reflects current creative engagement
with cutting edge technologies. While individual nodes present new
media projects, engage in informal critique, and foster dialogue
and collaboration between individual artists, Upgrade!
International functions as an online, global network that gathers
annually in different cities to meet one another, showcase local
art, and work on the agenda for the following year.

Current Nodes: Boston (United States), Chicago (United States),
Lisbon (Portugal), Johannesburg (South Africa), Istanbul (Turkey),
Montreal (Canada), Munich (Germany), New York (United States),
Oklahoma City (United States), Scotland, Seoul (South Korea), Sofia
(Bulgaria), Tel Aviv (Israel), and Vancouver (Canada).

Future Nodes: Amsterdam (Netherlands), Athens (Greece), Liverpool
(United Kingdom), London (United Kingdom), Toronto (Canada), and
Wellington (New Zealand) will launch in the near future.

Organizations: Eyebeam, Turbulence.org, New Media Scotland, Art
Centre Nabi, The Western Front, The Society for Arts and Technology
(SAT), InterSpace, i-camp, DCA, CCA, No-Org.net, Art Interactive,
NOMAD/santralistanbul, program angels/lothringer13, Open-Node.com,
t-u-b-e, C-M.TV, Lisboa 20, AT. joburg, and the University of the
Witwatersrand.

Upgrade! Background: Since April 1999, a group of new media artists
and curators have gathered in New York City. The first meeting took
place at a bar in the east village with Tim Whidden & Mark River
[MTAA], Mark Napier and founder Yael Kanarek. Upgrade! New York
partnered with Eyebeam in March 2000.

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http://www.nomad-tv.net/upgradehttp://www.nomad-tv.net

NOMAD Station 01:
PK 16 Suadiye
34741 Istanbul Turquie

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19 Exposition : : Guy Limone, Espace Paul Ricard, Paris, France.

EXPOSITION « LIMONE »
DE GUY LIMONE
A L’ESPACE PAUL RICARD
du 9 juin au 13 juillet 2006

L’exposition « LIMONE » de Guy Limone se tiendra à l’Espace Paul
Ricard du 9
juin au 13 juillet prochain.

« La couleur est ma règle de base », souligne Guy Limone, qui se
considère
avant tout comme peintre, même si son travail n’utilise que très
rarement les
mediums habituels de la peinture. Concernant la couleur jaune,
dit-il, « elle
revient régulièrement dans mon travail et pourrait à elle seule,
qualifier mon
projet, mon attitude dans le monde de l’art ». Cette couleur
bénéficie, selon lui,
d’un statut particulier : « elle propage ses vertus dans la
communication, la
décoration mais n’est guère utilisée dans l’art ». Or, pour Guy
Limone,
l’utilisation assidue des couleurs, le jaune en premier, l’amène
sur un terrain qu’il
dénomme utopique.

Les oeuvres présentées dans cette exposition occupent trois espaces
: le jaune
parmi les autres couleurs, le jaune qui monte dans le monde, les
porteurs de
jaune.

Dans le premier espace, Guy Limone propose deux oeuvres. Deux
cercles en
mouvement, telles des roues de loterie, offrent de façon subtile et
ludique, à
travers des figurines peintes, une synthèse de la couleur préférée
et de la
couleur la moins appréciée des personnes interrogées, lors d’un
sondage réalisé
par l’artiste.

La seconde oeuvre intitulée « l’arc en ciel en jaune » expose la
couleur jaune
dans sa confrontation aux autres couleurs. Dans cette «
peinture-installation »
où les images proviennent d’imprimés, de magazines, de publicités,
etc., on
reconnaît la pensée visuelle de Guy Limone, cette envie « de donner
à voir
autrement toutes ces images dont nos boîtes à lettres regorgent et
auxquelles
personne ne fait attention ».

Dans l’espace Le jaune qui monte dans le monde, Guy Limone nous
présente des
photos de villes de différents pays sur des tubes fluorescents
équipés de
variateurs, démontrant ainsi que le jaune a besoin, selon lui,
d’une forte
luminosité pour atteindre son intensité. « C’est peut-être,
explique-t-il, une des
raisons du rejet relatif de cette couleur dans les sociétés
occidentales au climat
assez gris alors que dans les pays ensoleillés, le jaune est plus
valorisé ».
Le dernier espace les porteurs de jaune est illustré notamment par
une oeuvre
qui se compose d’un cercle de 175cm de diamètre dessiné par des
figurines
habillées de peintures de différents jaunes.
Enfin, Guy Limone sollicitera une nouvelle fois le public dans la
création d’un
atelier vidéo où chacun pourra venir raconter devant une caméra sa
relation
particulière avec le jaune. Chaque vidéo sera projetée dans sa
version brute au
fur et à mesure de l’exposition avant de trouver plus tard sa forme
définitive.


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20 Exposition : les Puits du désir (The Wells of desire) OOO Mohamed
Rachdi & Co, Église Notre-Dame de Montataire, Montataire Centre ,
France.

les Puits du désir (The Wells of desire) OOO Mohamed Rachdi & Co
les Puits du désir
OOO Mohamed Rachdi & Co


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les Puits du désir
OOO Mohamed Rachdi & Co


- exposition : avril-mai-juin 2006 - vernissage : vendredi 05 mai à partir de 18h à l'Église Notre-Dame de Montataire

Artistes convives :
OOO Az-in & Mo OOO Elodie BARTHÉLEMY OOO Maryline BEAUPLET-DORNIC
OOO Delphine BLOC OOO Gaële BRAUN OOO C. BÉATRICE OOO Tatiana CRUZ
OOO Claudie DADU OOO Claire DIGNOCOURT OOO Geneviève GUETEMME OOO
Agnès GOMEZ OOO Natalie LAMOTTE OOO Daphné LE SERGENT OOO Cécile
MASSART OOO Laurence MEDORI OOO Dominique RENSON OOO Lynn SCHWARTZ
OOO

Il y a eu d’abord Escales (installation montée à l’Espace Paul
Mayer, Amiens, octobre 2000), ensuite les Dunes du désir (à
l’Espace Culturel François-Mitterrand, Beauvais,
juillet-août-septembre 2001). Aujourd’hui, je réactive ces deux
dispositifs plastiques à plusieurs mains en réalisant une œuvre
intitulée Les Puits du désir dans l’église Notre-Dame de Montataire
sur la période avril-mai-juin 2006.

Dans les premières versions, l’espace de l’exposition était
métamorphosé en un désert graphique jalonné d’oasis fictionnelles.
Relançant, à l’échelle de l’espace architectural, la mémoire
iconographique consignée dans un manuscrit du XIIIème siècle (la
fameuse miniature d’al Wâssitî représentant un troupeau de
dromadaires), ces installations étaient intimement articulées avec
l’espace de l’exposition. Elles s’y déployaient en territoires
graphiques qui offraient des parcours d’écritures interminables.
Des mouvements travaillant constamment à entraîner les déplacements
du visiteur dans la dynamique de leur déploiement rythmique noir et
blanc ponctué ici et là, comme autant de dunes de sable, par des
reliefs et des creux où poussait une profusion d’éléments formels,
chromatiques et lumineux : véritables spectacles de fables
plastiques dont le thème récurrent était le désir. Et qui ne sont
rien moins que celles qui y sont inventées par les artistes
invités. En œuvrant ainsi en son sein et en l’ouvrant sur leurs
propres univers, mes convives fécondaient mon territoire
artistique, le fertilisaient et le vivifiaient en y apportant
chacun les richesses de sa culture personnelle et les perspectives
de son imaginaire.

La nouvelle version, Les Puits du désir, se présente comme une
suite logique des premières, mais sous une tout autre forme. En
effet, le visiteur entrant dans l’église de Montataire découvre une
installation artistique contemporaine d’apparence minimaliste.
Poussant de la terre tels des troncs d’arbres en amplifiant le
rythme hypostyle du monument, le dispositif de cette installation
investit la totalité de l’espace de l’église en y distribuant des
volumes élémentaires : de simples cylindres en tôle qui se
détachent par la froideur industrielle de leur grisaille argentée
sur la chaleur minérale des ocres jaunes et autres nuances
naturelles de la pierre taillée. Dès que le visiteur s’approche
d’un cylindre, le volume métallique se métamorphose en margelle de
puits qui le maintient, pour ainsi dire, en marge d’elle. Elle ?
Chacune des dix-sept artistes femmes que j’ai conviées afin
d’investir l’intérieur d’un cylindre, de déployer en son puits les
délires poétiques de sa propre création artistique sur le thème
essentiel, universel et sans doute au fondement de tout acte
artistique, sinon de tout acte humain : le désir.

Le dispositif Les Puits du désir a pour objectif de transfigurer
l’intérieur de cet édifice cultuel et culturel en un espace de
délices sensuels partout animé du souffle d’Éros.

Partout l’ "O" circule dans cette Œuvre à trente-six mains, partout
des Ouvertures s’y Organisent en échO à l’"O" de l’Origine – de
l’Origine du monde de Gustave Courbet aussi bien, naturellement ! -
; en écho à l’ "O" — mais aussi à " l’EAU ", bien sûr, à ce flux de
vie et de régénérescence — de l’Oasis primordiale ; en échO à l’"O"
de la circonférence de l’Œil du puits qui invite le regard du
visiteur à plonger à travers l’Orifice de son volume cylindrique
(tout à la fois creux et reliefs) ouvrant sur l’abîme sans fond de
l’altérité, sur ce qui me hante depuis toujours et me fait agir,
sur le mirage insaisissable en moi et en l’autre… ; mais aussi, en
échO au cri du "O" du Où en quête permanente de son éternel lieu
atopique à travers des étendues utopiques…

Origine, Oasis et Femme ont toujours habité mes œuvres. Ces
figures, constamment présentes mais sans cesse fuyantes, se
chevauchent en effet et interfèrent continuellement dans mon
activité artistique. Elles en représentent tout à la fois le motif
et le moteur, la référence et l’énergie qui l’anime dans l’errance
de ses investigations créatrices…

À l’origine donc autant qu’à l’horizon de mon activité créatrice :
le féminin. Aussi, en déployant Les Puits du désir au sein de
Notre-Dame, sous le témoignage de ses voûtes architecturales et
l’élégance de leurs courbures répercutant en leur plastique l’écho
mnésique des palmes originelles, je saisis l’occasion idéale de
célébrer le féminin dans les figures de sa création, sa puissance
et sa force aimantes, ce qu’il représente pour mon existence et mon
œuvre, la passion de sa démence et le bonheur de son désir en moi
agissants…

Les Puits du désir est aussi pour moi un moment magnifique à saisir
afin que je cultive, épaulé par mes convives, une œuvre comme un
jardin sensuel autant que spirituel partout irrigué du flux
érotique. Un jardin à vivre comme un hommage à la mémoire fertile
du fou de Nitham, à l’intuition visionnaire d’un être inspiré et
aimanté par l’Amour du Désir Éternel à partir de l’éblouissement
face à l’éclat du visage de la belle, un hommage au grand maître
soufi Mouhy Eddine Ibn ‘Arabi qui a su, par-delà toute attitude
dogmatique, prendre le chemin de l’exil créateur en épousant la
voie de la mystique et de l’expression poétique et plus
singulièrement la voix du féminin en elle, convaincu qu’elle est
seule vraiment capable de doter d’ailes d’Éros l’imagination
créatrice…
Mohamed Rachdi


Autour des puits du désir :

- du 25 avril au 30 juin 2006
exposition à l’église Notre-Dame, ouvert du mardi au samedi, de 14h
à 19h
- vendredi 05 mai à partir de 18h
Vernissage à Église Notre-Dame de Montataire
- Samedi 08 avril
rencontre de Mohamed Rachdi avec les étudiants des Beaux-Arts de
Creil et présentation du livre >>>interférences (éditions le-RARE,
Amiens) à l’espace Matisse (Creil)
- Mercredi 17 mai
conférences (14 heures au Palace) :
Nicole DE PONTCHARRA, Jean LANCRI et Mohamed RACHDI
Videoprojection : carte blanche à Videoattitudes
performance : az-in & mo (horaires à définir)
- Samedi 20 mai
Bus du plaisir : >démarrage à 14h30 : lectures sur le désir à
l’Eglise Notre-Dame par la compagnie Chenevoy ; >départ effectif du
Bus : 16h30 avec interventions de la compagnie C’est pas si grave ;
>arrivée à l’espace Matisse de Creil : 17h00 – rencontre avec le
public autour des Puits errants exposés à l’espace Matisse avec
lectures de textes.


>Un livre autour de Les Puits du désir sera publié par les éditions le-RARE

>operation grâce au soutien de :
la Ville de Montataire, la Ville de Creil, le Ministère de la
Culture et de la Communication (DRAC Picardie), le Fasild, le
Conseil Régional de Picardie, le Conseil Général de l’Oise,
Entrelacs et le-RARE

Information :
-Lieu de l’exposition principale :
Eglise Notre Dame de Montataire
Rue de l’église
60160 Montataire Centre
France
-Espace Matisse (phone : +33 (0)3 44 24 09 19)
Quartier du Moulin
101 rue J.B. Carpeaux
60100 Creil
France
Contact :
+33 (0)3 44 24 69 97
+33 (0)6 77 86 30 78
contact {AT} le-rare.com
www.le-rare.com



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les Puits du désir (The Wells of desire)
OOO Mohamed Rachdi & Co

- exhibition : April-May-June 2006
- Privat opening : -Friday 5th May, from 6 pm
in Église Notre-Dame de Montataire

Guest artists :
OOO Az-in & Mo OOO Elodie BARTHÉLEMY OOO Maryline BEAUPLET-DORNIC
OOO Delphine BLOC OOO Gaële BRAUN OOO C. BÉATRICE OOO Tatiana CRUZ
OOO Claudie DADU OOO Claire DIGNOCOURT OOO Geneviève GUETEMME OOO
Agnès GOMEZ OOO Natalie LAMOTTE OOO Daphné LE SERGENT OOO Cécile
MASSART OOO Laurence MEDORI OOO Dominique RENSON OOO Lynn SCHWARTZ
OOO


First Escales was exhibited at Espace Paul Mayer, Amiens, October 2000, then the Dunes of Desire opened at Espace Culturel François-Mitterrand, Beauvais,July-August-September 2001. And now Les Puits du désir (The Wells of desire) will be shown at Notre-Dame's Church in Montataire from April to June 2006.

In the first versions, the exhibitions sites were metamorphosed
into graphic deserts punctuated with fictional oases and herds of
dromedaries drawn in ink. Displayed in graphic territories, they
were offering journeys of never-ending writings. Both installations
also revived, on an architectural scale, the iconographic memory of
a reknown miniature from a XIIIth century manuscript by al Wâssitî.
For Les Puits du désir I am re-activating similar conceptual devices
while also engaging the participation of seventeen women artists.
Escales and Dunes were site-specific installations designed to
constantly lead the viewers along with the dynamics of the display.
The visitors shifted with the black and white rhythm, ondulating
like sand dunes, within the reliefs and hollows, hills and valleys,
of a profusion of formal, chromatic and luminous elements. In the
midst of this graphic territory, individual artists were invited to
tell the story of their own desires. Their tales unfolded in
concrete representations of their individual desires. A universe of
artistic expression was held within another universe, thus
fertilizing, enriching and revitalizing my artistic territory by
introducing the wealths of their personal cultural background. My
perspective as well as the viewer's broadened to experience the
imaginative world of many cultures.

Though For Les Puits du désir is a logical follow-up to the two
other installations, it is presented in another form. Indeed,
visitors entering the church in Montataire will discover a
contemporary artistic installation of minimalist appearance. Steel
cylinders grow up from the floor like tree trunks and amplify the
height of the vaulted roof and the rhythm of the pillared space.
The stark lines and colors of the cold steel cylinders create a
stunning and provocative contrast to the warmth of the subtle
yellow-ochre hue of the stone. When visitors make their way to the
edge of a well they will be peering into the well of desire of an
individual artist. Seventeen female artists have been invited to
fill in the inside of seventeen separate cylinders - or wells - to
their rims, to unleash the frenzied poetry of their own artistic
creations on the quintessential theme arguably at the root of all
artistic - if not all human - activity : Desire.

For Les Puits du désir aims at transforming the inside of this
sacred and cultural building into a place of sensual delights
animated by the breath of Eros.

The "O" circulates everywhere : in the Œuvre (French for work), in
wOrk with thirty-six hands ; in Openings and in Organized. From the
"O" in echO to the "O" of the Origin - from the Origin of the world
by Gustave Courbet but also to "EAU" (French for water prononced
"O"). Listen for and see the "O" in the sOurce and flOw of life and
regeneration ; the "O" of the primordial Oasis ; the "O" of the Œil
(French for eye)The wells which invite the visitors to gaze down
through the Orifice of its cylindrical volume opening into the
unfathomable abyss of otherness, into what has always haunted me
and made me act, into the elusive mirage in myself and the
other…"O" also in echO to the cry of the "O" of "Où" (where) in a
permanent quest for the eternal atopic place through utopic areas…

Origin, Oasis and Woman have always haunted my works. Visual
references to these key themes are ever present yet elusive. They
constantly overlap each other and interact in my artistic practice.
They represent its design and its motivation they embody the
reference and the energy which animate my work and fuel the
wandering of my creative investigation…

Be it at the origin of a work or on the horizon watching over me
from a distance the feminine is always present. I feel the
exhibition in Montataire brings the varied threads of my work
together in a monumental way. By installing For Les Puits du désir
within the elegant curves of Notre-Dame's vaulted womb, echoing the
visual memory of their mnesic origins, the palm branches, and by
inviting a large group of women artists to show as well, I grasp
the ideal opportunity to celebrate the feminine energy, feminine
art and my own feminine side. Furthermore by designing a
site-specific work for a church named after Marie, the Christian
world's most central feminine figure, I combine the loving strength
and symbolism of what comes from elsewhere with what has been my
world since birth. This is a time for me to recognize my own
passion for the feminine energy or the anima. Allowing myself to
follow what I consider feminine energy has allowed me to experience
my art and life with the mad happy passion of its desire at work in
myself…. I see this installation as a garden of wishing wells
brimming with the essence of Eros.

The creation For Les Puits du désir is also a wonderful opportunity
to grasp in order to cultivate, with the help of my guests, a work I
see as a sensual and spiritual garden irrigated with an erotic flux.
More precisely the garden pays homage to the fertile memory of the
man madly in love with Lady Nitham. The story of this mad poet is
told by the great soufi master Mouhi Eddine Ibn 'Arabi. With the
mastery of only the truly great poets, Ibn 'Arabi tells us of the
Mad Man's visionary intuition and how it was empowered by his love
for the state of "Eternal Desire". From the Mad Man's sight of the
dazzling radiance of Lady Nitham's face he fell happily into this
state of never-ending desire. My garden pays homage to the kind of
state the Mad Man lived for. The feminine voice that Ibn 'Arabi
channelled so well can best be found in this state. Through his
choice of creative exile his poetry radiated the feminine.
Ultimately without dogmatism and with pure mysticism the Mad Man
convinced me that the only way to transform the erotic into art was
through the feminine voice…
Mohamed Rachdi


Around Les puits du désir :

-April 25 to June 30 – 2006 :
exhibition in Notre-Dame’s church, opening Tuesday to Saturday, 2
pm to 7 pm
-Friday 5th May, from 6 pm :
Private viewing in Église Notre-Dame de Montataire
-Saturday 8th April :
Mohamed Rachdi meets students of Beaux-Arts in Creil and presents
his book >>>interférences (éditions le-RARE, Amiens) in espace
Matisse (Creil).
-Saturday 13th May :
Bus du plaisir : >begins at 2.30 : reading on desire in
Notre-Dame’s church by the Chenevoy’s company ;>Bus departure :
4.30 pm with interventions by company C’est pas si grave ; >arrival
at espace Matisse in Creil : 5 pm – meeting with the public and
reading around Les Puits errants exhibited in espace Matisse
- Wednesday 17th May :
-conferences (2pm in le Palace, Montataire) :
Nicole DE PONTCHARRA, Jean LANCRI and Mohamed RACHDI
-video screening : carte blanche à Videoattitudes
performance : az-in & mo (horaires à définir)

>A book about For Les Puits du désir " The Wells of Desire " will
be published by the editions le-RARE

>operation supported by :
la Ville de Montataire, la Ville de Creil, le Ministère de la
Culture et de la Communication (DRAC Picardie), le Fasild, le
Conseil Régional de Picardie, le Conseil Général de l’Oise,
Entrelacs et le-RARE

Information :

-Main exhibition site :
Eglise Notre Dame de Montataire
Rue de l’église
60160 Montataire Centre
France
-Espace Matisse (phone : +33 (0)3 44 24 09 19)
Quartier du Moulin
101 rue J.B. Carpeaux
60100 Creil
France
Contact :
+33 (0)3 44 24 69 97
+33 (0)6 77 86 30 78
contact {AT} le-rare.com
le-Réseau-d'Art-Recherche-et-Essai
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