[NetBehaviour] [FRAY] this THURS + FRI!

jonCates joncates at criticalartware.net
Wed May 3 00:17:46 CEST 2006


BTW, in the message below the correct dates of this week's events are  
THURS MAY 4 + FRIDAY MAY 5
// jonCates

On May 2, 2006, at 4:48 PM, jonCates wrote:

> This week's interrelated [FRAY] events include CALCULATIONS:  
> PIONEERS OF COMPUTER ANIMATION @ Conversations At The Edge, I LOVE  
> PRESETS, OFF/ON and Latent Light Excavations @ The Eye & Ear Clinic  
> and AV IS NOT TV @ BUSKER! Join us for these intersections of  
> analog computers, digital systems and realtime experimental New  
> Media art. - jonCates
>
> [FRAY] CALENDAR FOR THIS WEEK MAY 4 AND 5:
>
> THURSDAY MAY 4
>
> CALCULATIONS: PIONEERS OF COMPUTER ANIMATION
> THURSDAY MAY 4 @ 6:00 PM
> Gene Siskel Film Center
> 164 N. State
> CHI IL .US
> $ 9 USD
>
> Decades before Hollywood CGI spectaculars, artists worked with  
> computers to create an aesthetic specific to the machine.  At IBM,  
> Bell, and in their own home-built labs, they generated visionary  
> spectacles from mathematical precision--complex abstractions,  
> stroboscopic patterns, kinetic rhythms, and volumetric illusions.    
> Tonight's program is a cross-section of films by these early  
> pioneers-from John Whitney's stunning, analog-computer-generated  
> CATALOG (1961, 7 min.) and the pulsating geometry of Lillian  
> Schwartz's ENIGMA (1972, 4 min., archival print) to the dense  
> digital metaphysics of John Stehura's CIBERNETIK 5.3 (1965-69, 8  
> min., archival print) and the allegorical characters of Peter  
> Foldes' HUNGER (1973, 12 min.).  Also on the program: HUMMINGBIRD  
> (Charles Csuri, 1967 10 min.); SUNSTONE (Ed Emshwiller, 1979, 3  
> min.); CALCULATED MOVEMENTS (Larry Cuba, 1985, 6 min.); POEMFIELD  
> NO. 5: FREE FALL (Stan VanDerBeek, 1966, 7 min.); PERMUTATIONS  
> (John Whitney, 1968, 7 min.). 1961-1985, Canada/USA, 64 min.
> 16mm.
>
> [FRAY]: http://fvnm.info/fray
> CATE: http://www.artic.edu/webspaces/siskelfilmcenter/2006/april/ 
> edge.html
>
> FRIDAY MAY 5
>
> I LOVE PRESETS, OFF/ON and Latent Light Excavations
> FRIDAY MAY 5 @ 4:30 PM
> The Eye and Ear Clinic
> Film, Video & New Media Dept @ The School of the Art Institute of  
> Chicago
> Room 1307 in the MacLean Building
> 112 S. Michigan Ave
> CHI IL .US
> FREE
>
> The Eye & Ear Clinic presents a live realtime audio video  
> performance by I LOVE PRESETS (Rob Ray, jon.satrom and Jason  
> Soliday) with screenings of Scott Bartlett's ground-breaking 1968  
> video-film OFF/ON and Lynn Marie Kirby's recent digital film  
> project Latent Light Excavations!
>
> I LOVE PRESETS: http://www.ilovepresets.com
> The Eye & Ear Clinic: http://fvnm.info/eyeandear
> [FRAY]: http://fvnm.info/fray
>
> AV IS NOT TV
> FRIDAY MAY 5 @ 8 PM
> BUSKER
> 1087 N Hermitage Ave
> CHI IL .US
> FREE
>
> AV is not TV will be four interwoven realtime audio visual  
> performances by Taeyoon Kim and djANDY, Morgan Higby-Flowers and  
> Brendan Pete and Black September with Brendan Pete. Crossing  
> signals, each performance commingles with collaborative approaches  
> to hacking and processing digital material. AV is not TV also  
> featuring the video installation work ELECTRIC SPECTRUM TOTEM  
> INSTALLATION by Michael Miles.
>
> AV IS NOT TV: http://fvnm.info/fray/av_is_not_tv
> BUSKER: http://www.buskerchicago.com
>
> [FRAY] CALENDAR FOR NEXT WEEK, MAY 13:
>
> SATURDAY MAY 13
>
> [FRAY] Conference
> SATURDAY MAY 13 @ 2 PM
> Film, Video & New Media Dept @ The School of the Art Institute of  
> Chicago
> Room 1307 in the MacLean Building
> 112 S. Michigan Ave
> CHI IL .US
> FREE
>
> Join [FRAY] for discussions and presentations on connective and  
> collaborative New Media and Digital Arts with Annette Barbier  
> (UNREAL-ESTATES and Interactive Arts and Media Department Columbia  
> College), Ryan Griffis (The Temporary Travel Office, YOUgenics and  
> The School of Art & Design University of Illinois at Champaign  
> Urbana), Mark Hansen (Professor in English Language & Literature,  
> Cinema & Media Studies; University of Chicago), Lynn Marie Kirby  
> (California College of the Arts), PILOT TV, Rob Ray (DEADTECH and  
> dorkbot Chicago), Lincoln Schatz (OPEN-NODE and The Upgrade!  
> Chicago) and Daniel Tucker (AREA Chicago).
>
> [FRAY] After (Party) Event
> SATURDAY MAY 13 @ 9 PM - ON
> Chicago Art Department
> 1837 S. Halsted
> CHI IL .US
> FREE
>
> The Chicago Art Department hosts the [FRAY] After (Party) Event.  
> the [FRAY] After (Party) Event event is co-presented by the Film,  
> Video & New Media and Performance Departments. Students of the  
> Film, Video & New Media and Performance Departments are organizing  
> and curating Performance Inside Out, a program of performance in  
> the context of New Media that will take place @ the Chicago Art  
> Department and online during the After (Party) Event.
>
> The Chicago Art Department: http://chicagoartdepartment.org
> [FRAY]: http://fvnm.info/fray
> _______________________________________________
> NetBehaviour mailing list
> NetBehaviour at netbehaviour.org
> http://www.netbehaviour.org/mailman/listinfo/netbehaviour
>




More information about the NetBehaviour mailing list