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A Normal Future – Interview with NORMALS

Normals is a collective whose work crosses a number of boundaries. Perhaps their work is a proposal that the boundaries we once found useful in defining creative practice don’t work as well in our connected/networked/hybrid cultures. What do the spaces between design, digital studio practice, networked art, and Internet Art look like? What do the spaces between fiction, abstraction, and social media performance look like? What do the spaces between the real, the virtual, and the augmented look like? It isn’t easy to define through traditional categories what artists create in our contemporary visual culture more broadly and definitely challenging…

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FEBRUARY 2016 ARRAYLIST THEME: Performance [experimental, durational, networked] –> NEW MEDIA PEDAGOGY OF THE [ ]

We are happy to announce the upcoming ArrayList discussion theme: Performance [experimental, durational, networked] starts February 1, 2016 ArrayList series details here: http://arrayproject.com/content/discussion Subscribe here: https://lists.riseup.net/www/info/arraylist The purpose of the ArrayList year-long series is to connect new media artists, designers, educators, theorists, producers, activists, and organizers while facilitating critical discussion about foundation level new media pedagogy and context (both inside and outside traditional academic structures). For those new to the listserv format, a listserv is an archived asynchronous thread of email conversation. Subscribe to the listserv so that you can read [fly-on-the-wall is a-ok AKA lurking] and/or respond to the…

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[Looking Forward] October 2015 Theme: Electronics / Arraylist Listserv –> New Media Pedagogy Of The [ ]

We are happy to share this announcement from the ArrayList for October 2015 ArrayList discussion theme: New Media Foundations: Electronics ArrayList series details here: http://arrayproject.com/content/discussion Subscribe here: https://lists.riseup.net/www/info/arraylist OCTOBER 2015 GUEST THREAD LEADERS Alejandro Borsani [RISD], Paula Gaetano-Adi [RISD], Dawn Hayes [City University of New York], Justin Lincoln [Whitman College], Brittany Ransom [California State University Long Beach], Chris Reilly [Eastern Michigan University] Alejandro Borsani, Assistant Professor, Division of Experimental & Foundation Studies, Rhode Island School of Design Alejandro Borsani is an artist and educator who explores the intersection of natural and artificial systems by creating videos, installations, sculptures, custom software…

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JULY 2015 THEME: CODE on ARRAYLIST LISTSERV –> NEW MEDIA PEDAGOGY OF THE [ ]

Announcing the upcoming July 2015 ArrayList discussion theme: New Media Foundations: Code! Sign up/join in here: https://lists.riseup.net/www/info/arraylist The purpose of ArrayList is to connect new media artists, designers, educators, theorists, producers, activists, and organizers while facilitating critical discussion about foundation level new media pedagogy and context (both inside and outside traditional academic structures). Thanks, j.duran, Adam Trowbridge, and Jessica Parris Westbrook, ARRAY founders JULY 2015 GUEST THREAD LEADERS Ubi de Feo: very curious person, creative technologist”I was born in 1974 and I believe I belong to one of the most lucky, unique generations ever lived: I am part of a demographic which…

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New Listserv : ARRAYLIST : NEW MEDIA PEDAGOGY OF THE [ ]

ArrayList, starts on June 1, 2015. Sign up for this new listserv here: https://lists.riseup.net/www/info/arraylist The purpose of ArrayList is to connect new media artists, designers, educators, theorists, producers, activists, and organizers while facilitating critical discussion about foundation level new media pedagogy (both inside and outside traditional academic structures). For those new to the listserv format, a listserv is an archived thread of email conversation. Subscribe to the listserv so that you can read and/or respond to the written activity. We hope to engage a wide range of critical perspectives so please chime in with thoughts and questions. Sincerely, j.duran, Adam…