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Experimental Publishing (XPUB) | Piet Zwart Institute

  STUDY PATH: EXPERIMENTAL PUBLISHING From app stores to art book fairs and zine shops, from darknets to sneakernets, from fansubs to on-demand services, and from tweeting to whistleblowing, the act of making things public, that is to say publishing, has became pivotal in an age infused with myriad media technologies.The tension between the publishing […]
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CFP: Contemporary Media Art in Ireland

Submissions are invited for a collection of essays provisionally entitled, Contemporary Media Art in Ireland. This will be a volume of essays that provides a detailed account of born-digital art in an Irish context.For the purposes of this collection, “Irish” is considered in the broadest and most inclusive sense, and suitable artists and/or works should […]
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Open call for MEMBRANA # 2 – Residency For Artistic Interface Criticism

The program MEMBRANA #2 – Residency For Artistic Interface Criticism aims to provide support to a visual artist interested in developing an artwork based on the concept of Interface Bias. The artist will develop his/her project during a eight weeks residency at Hangar (Barcelona). She/he will also be invited to participate in the ongoing investigation […]
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Women, Creative Collaborations and Digital Thinking

Through the Knowledge Exchange Programme at Creativeworks London, an interesting situation has been quietly unfolding with 62% of those awarded research collaborations being women led and many projects focussing on developments in digital thinking, products or projects. This session will open a timely discussion on gender, collaborations and digital thinking. It sets out to enquire […]
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Remote Intimacy: Commission Opportunity

Remote Intimacy is a commission opportunity created by Fabrica, Brighton & Hove’s centre for contemporary art. We will commission one artist (or a pre – existing artist group), with a strong track record, to create a new work, that explores the possibility for (or actuality of) sustaining close personal relationships across geographical distance. Located primarily […]