Monthly Archives: November 2012

Performance Art with Substitutional Reality

It’s definitely an interesting conundrum, not being able to tell if what you’re seeing is in fact real, just a recording or a hybrid of both. This “substitutional reality system” was developed by the Japanese Laboratory for Adaptive Intelligence at … Continue reading

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Associate Professor in Human Computer Interaction

Associate Professor in Human Computer Interaction The School of Arts, Media and Engineering ( in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University invites applicants for a full-time tenure-track appointment at the associate/assistant professor level beginning … Continue reading

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Disjecta Call for Curator-In-Residence

Portland, Oregon-based Disjecta Contemporary Art Center is accepting proposals for a curatorin-residence for its 2013-2014 exhibition season. DISJECTA Contemporary Art Center builds ambitious programs that promote artists and engage communities. DISJECTA aspires to present forward-thinking work from visual and performing artists. We … Continue reading

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The Unified Field Theory

In physics, a unified field theory, occasionally referred to as a uniform field theory, is a type of field theory that allows all that is usually thought of as fundamental forces and elementary particles to be written in terms of … Continue reading

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Critical Reflexion program

Les Territoires is a non-profit art center for the dissemination and analysis of emerging art and new practices. It aims to enable emerging artists to develop their careers, facilitate their integration into the art market and to support them in … Continue reading

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Take A Photo With Your Hands

The Ubi-Camera takes photos composed by framing them with your hands. For decades, photographers, directors, and their hopefuls have framed images with their fingers, a gesture that has also come to symbolize the chance of fame for its subject. now … Continue reading

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How Are We Performing Today?

New Formats, Places, and Practices of Performance-Related Art How Are We Performing Today? examines the shifting conditions and rising popularity of performance-related art, and its evolving—and frequently ambivalent—relationship to the museum. Drawing on the double meaning of “performance” as both … Continue reading

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