[NetBehaviour] CALL to participate at Unleashed

Vincent Van Uffelen novazembla at gmail.com
Fri Apr 29 18:05:44 CEST 2011


We <http://tintarts.org>would like to invite artists, researchers, 
geeks, and such like to take part in a weekend of collaborative 
co-exploration of long known or newly to be discovered aspects of media 
art. Unleashed will take over Apiary Studios 
<http://apiarystudios.org/>in East London and create the opportunity to 
host or participate on a artistic research projects. In the spirit of 
D.I.Y, free, and local community we want to help to kick start new or 
refine existing projects, meet other interested parties, and engage in 
valuable exchange of knowledge, critique, and experiences.

We are looking for people who are interested to propose and host a 
project at this event. All projects should use some sort of technology, 
be situated in the field of media art, and focus on an open and 
inclusive approach. We are especially interested in projects that either 
conceive new tools for making art or make use of existing open 
source/open technology solutions (such as openFrameworks, Arduino, 
Processing, PD) to create new pieces or performances. Whilst allowing 
people to access its underlying technology but also engage in a critical 
reflection on its political, sociological, or art historical contexts.

Each project host can specify his/her own timeline and use of the space 
for that weekend as well as expected outcome.

We are happy to receive your short proposal (250 words with a suggested 
time line), no matter how obscure it might be, by the 22nd of May.

Location: Apiary Studios <http://www.apiarystudios.org>, 458 Hackney 
Road, E2 9EG London

Date of the event: 25.06 and 26.06 2011, 10.00-19.00

Thanks a lot and hope you get involved!

-- 
http://vincentvanuffelen.com | http://tintarts.org


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