Activity, Events and Exhibitions

Art of the Networked Practice | Online Symposium

 

March 31 – April 2, 2015
http://oss.adm.ntu.edu.sg/symposium2015/

Presented by the NTU School of Art, Design & Media
Co-chaired by Randall Packer & Vibeke Sorensen
In Association with Furtherfield | London

The Art of the Networked Practice | Online Symposium is an international gathering exploring emergent forms of networked research, artistic production, and teaching in the arts. Intended as a global and inclusive gathering, without registration fees, the symposium unites local and remote speakers and audiences via Web-conferencing from around the world to discuss a range of topics, including: distributed teaching and studio models, collective research, peer-to-peer cultural production, networked performance, big data cultural analytics, and a broad array of issues in Internet art & culture. The Art of the Networked Practice | Online Symposium brings together artists, educators, theorists, and scholars from universities, art schools, museums, alternative art spaces, and other cultural institutions to capture the range and diversity of current networked practices in the arts.

Keynotes:
Steve Dixon, JonCates, Peter Looker, Lev Manovich

Panelists:
Tim White, Anne Balsamo, Deborah Howes, David A. Ross, Anne-Marie Schleiner, Marc Garrett, Ruth Catlow, Alex Adriaansens, Juan Camilo González, Charlotte Frost, Melinda Rackham, McKenzie Wark

Live Webcam Cyberformance:
New work by Helen Varley Jamieson with NTU students

Networked Installation:
Data visualization by Juan Camilo González

The NetArtizens Project:
Created by Furtherfield with Nick Briz, Joseph Yølk Chiocchi

Visit the Website for full symposium details:
http://oss.adm.ntu.edu.sg/symposium2015/

Sponsored by the NTU School of Art, Design & Media
Centre for Liberal Arts & Social Sciences (CLASS)
Teaching, Learning and Pedagogy Division | EdeX

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