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Re: [Nettime-nl] Uitschrijven
Ilja Blesgraaf on Mon, 18 Feb 2008 18:55:34 +0100 (CET)


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Re: [Nettime-nl] Uitschrijven


Ik wil mij ook graag uitschrijven gr Ilja

On Feb 18, 2008 5:12 PM, Michael Middelkoop <blackjack_monroe {AT} hotmail.com>
wrote:

> Ik wil mij graag uitschrijven voor de nieuwsbrief.
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>   1. V2_ REMINDER: Test_Lab: Multimodal, February 21st, 2008,
>      20:00h, V2_ (Michel van Dartel)
>   2. [OKNO] february program (okno {AT} okno.be)
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> Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2008 18:39:21 +0100
> From: Michel van Dartel <michel {AT} v2.nl>
> Subject: [Nettime-nl] V2_ REMINDER: Test_Lab: Multimodal, February
>        21st, 2008, 20:00h, V2_
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> *Test_Lab: Multimodal*
>
> February 21st, 2008, 20:00h
> V2_ Institute for the Unstable Media, Eendrachtsstraat 10, 3012XL,
> Rotterdam.
>
> /Featuring: Arjen Mulder (NL), Sissel Tolaas (N), Tom Froese (UK),
> Graham Smith (CDN), Ulf Langheinrich (A), and Sietske Klooster (NL)./
>
> Although technological innovation in art and media has greatly enhanced
> the ways in which artworks can stimulate our senses, this innovation
> predominantly concerns the same few sensory modalities, and only rarely
> aims at supporting the integration between them. Recent artistic
> Research and Development (aRt&D) has, however, made great progress in
> developing methods for multimodal art; enhancing the sensorial richness
> of art and media experiences in integrated ways.
>
> /Test_Lab: Multimodal/ will demonstrate and discuss new methods and
> technologies to stimulate senses that are not commonly incorporated in
> artistic concepts, and will introduce innovative ways to integrate
> sensory experiences in art and media. In doing so, /Test_Lab:
> Multimodal/ reveals the obstacles faced, and achievements made, in
> contemporary aRt&D that aims to enhance the sensorial richness of art
> and media experiences in (technologically) integrated ways.
>
> /Test_Lab: Multimodal/ will feature the latest achievements in
> stimulating the senses; such as smelly art, live sensory-substitution,
> the sound of touching one another, sensory-enhanced film, and very loud
> visuals.
>
> This event will be streamed live a http://live.v2.nl/multimodal.ram
> <http://live.v2.nl/multimodel.ram>**
>
> *Arjen Mulder* (NL) is a widely published essayist, and will open
> /Test_Lab: Multimodal/ with a talk on multimodality from a media
> theoretical perspective.
>
> *Sissel Tolaas* (N), founder of International /Flavors and Fragrances
> re_searchLab /Berlin, will present and demonstrate the smell of FEAR,
> bringing samples of body odors of men in fear, which she distilled for
> her project the /FEAR of smell ? the smell of FEAR/ exhibited at /MIT//
> List Visual Arts Center/.
>
> *Tom Froese* (UK), researcher at the /Center for Computational
> Neuroscience and Robotics/ at the /University// of Sussex/, will
> demonstrate the /Enactive Torch/, a perceptual supplementation device
> that transforms visual into haptic information, and which has recently
> received funding for the development of a next generation of enactive
> torches.
>
> *Graham Smith* (CDN), artist and inventor of robotic, virtual reality,
> photographic, and tele-presence installations and devices, will premiere
> one of his latest collaborate projects: */Alternative Sensory
> Information Display/**, a.k.a. the* /Emotional Chair/, which enhances
> film with vibration, light, wind, and smell for the hearing-impaired.
>
> *Ulf Langheinrich* (D) of artist duo /Granular Synthesis /will introduce
> and demonstrate /Granular Synthesis?/ masterpiece /Modell 5/; a 10m by
> 3,5m (!) projection showing the face of Japanese performance artist
> Akemi Takeya being twisted and manipulated like a Francis Bacon painting
> supported by a wall of sublow sound.
>
> *Sietske Klooster* (NL) and her students from the /Industrial Design/
> department of the /Technical University Eindhoven/ will present an
> innovative social interaction project called /TouchMeDare/ that
> motivates people to touch each other by creating sounds as a reward for
> physical interaction.
>
>
>
>
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> Message: 2
> Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2008 14:13:02 +0100
> From: okno {AT} okno.be
> Subject: [Nettime-nl] [OKNO] february program
> To: okno {AT} okno.be
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> OKNO - artist run organisation for art and mediatechnology - brussels
> http://okno.be
>
> february program
>
> #1 We Don't Play Guitar | connected performance by Society of Algorithm
> and friends 15/2 16h
> #2 Wind Energy | Code31 open studio 20-21-22/2
> #3 Writing on Air by Gregory Whitehead | performance 29/2 8h30 pm
> #4 Isjtar and Jeroen Uyttendaele | performance 29/2 10h pm
>
> #1 We Don't Play Guitar | connected performance by Society of Algorithm
> and friends 15/2 16h
>
> Society of Algorithm goes for a 3 times quatre mains guitar mutilation
> session.
> We get some guitar playing by friends such as .ptr and drive them
> through our software contraptions.
> As always we play connected over the internet, coaxing Bratislava into
> Prague into Tokyo into Brussels and back again.
> The performance is online only, you can tap into any of the links below
> (check http//okno.be and http://ic.cz for the latest info)
>
> rtsp://qt.okno.be:8000/brussels.sdp
> rtsp://qt.okno.be:8000/iic.sdp
> rtsp://qt.okno.be:8000/bratislava.sdp
> rtsp://qt.okno.be:8000/tokyo.sdp
>
> Do note that the performance starts friday at 16h CET to find a
> compromise with our japanese friends.
>
> #2 Wind Energy | Code31 open studio 20-21-22/2
>
> As a follow up to the wireless mesh network, Code31 experiments with
> wind energy to make our units autonomous.
>
> Through a series of workshops we explore the wireless network, its
> technology, topology, implementation and usability.
> The unit(s) will be made self sustainable by the use of solar or wind
> power and because they are using wireless technology there is no need
> for any demand of infrastructure on the location(s) where these units
> will be positioned.
> Part of the xmedk workshops-series in collaboration with fo.am and
> Nadine
>
> #3 Writing on Air by Gregory Whitehead | performance 29/2
>
> For his performance at OKNO, Writing On Air, he will invite us on a
> journey through twisted tongues and prosthetic voices, fungal language,
> the global screamscape, a brief seminar of the proper facial expression
> for catastrophe, the song of a disembodied knee, radio philosophy and
> other essential audio ephemera.
> For more info, you can hear wigged theory at gregorywhitehead.com.
> In collaboration with 10 years RITS radio.
>
> #4 Isjtar and Jeroen Uyttendaele | performance 29/2 10h pm
>
> Isjtar and Jeroen Uyttendaele rework and elaborate their Symbiosis
> performance. Crafting their sounds and tools to go deeper into sonic
> territory.
> In collaboration with 10 years RITS radio.
>
> Where ::   OKNO  (2nd floor)   Koolmijnenkaai 30/34 Quai aux
> Charbonnages   Brussels 1080
> How to reach ::  tram 18 and metro Graaf van Vlaanderen / Comte de
> Flandres
> Entrance ::  free
> Supported by :: the Flemish Authorities (Vlaamse Gemeenschap), VAF and
> the Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie (VGC).
>
>
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