media arts

Furtherfield on Resonance FM – Feb 22nd 2011

Ruth Interviews Eleonora Oreggia aka XNAME and Irini & Jonathan will be interviewing Christian Kerrigan.
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This critically acclaimed broadcast is every Wednesday evening at 7-8pm, a series of hour long live interviews with people working at the edge of contemporary practices in art, technology & social change; discussing events and controversies, exhibitions, artworks and their social contexts. http://www.furtherfield.org/programmes/radio

Eleonora Oreggia aka XNAME, discusses ‘Virtual Entity’, a research project and a work of net-art trying to redefine the concepts of authenticity, ownership, uniqueness and seriality within the digital domain. The practical aspect of this speculation is a simple application developed to create (and edit) the soul of a file. This is a metaphor: the soul, a text-based soul, is the place where it is written who or what a certain entity is; it is a mark for the preservation of identity. http://xname.cc/
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Furtherfield on Resonance FM – Feb 16th 2011

Marc Interviews Art is Open Source (AOS) and Irini & Jonathan will be interviewing Monica Biagioli. Every Wednesday – 7-8pm, Listen live: http://resonancefm.com

Italian artist duo Art is Open Source (AOS) discuss their latest project, REFF (RomaEuropaFakeFactory). REFF presents itself as a fake institution, designing crafted applications and invasive practices – it is an Augmented Reality Drug (AR), a book, an urban performance, a world-wide networked distribution and publishing tool. Consisting of 60 authors, artists, designers, architects, hackers, journalists and activists.

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Furtherfield on Resonance FM – Feb 9th 2011

Marc interviews Elisa RoseGary Danner from Station Rose about their recent publication STATION ROSE: 20 Digital Years Plus. They will also discuss Station Rose’s history in the field of audiovisual art, electronic music, net art and audiovisual live performance. “Station Rose had every right to claim ‘cyberspace is our land. “They were there very early, they raised their antennas and put down deep roots, and they never left.” – Bruce Sterling, 2010.

The Digital Art of Station Rose started in Vienna in 1988, at a time when the Web still was far beyond mainstream, when Mondo 2000 never had heard about the music genre “Techno”, when future net-art-critics still mostly were university students, and when the Iron Curtain was surrounding Austria´s east, south east and north border.

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