Announcement, Events and Exhibitions, Symposium

Art of the Social Networked Practice Online Symposium

A three-day international gathering presenting keynotes, live Internet performances, and global roundtable discussions Online Symposium held March 29 – 31, 2018 Art of the Social Networked Practice Online Symposium is a collaboration between the School of Art, Design & Media at Nanyang Technological University (Singapore); LASALLE College of the Arts (Singapore); & The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Department of Performance (US) Social Network Practice Online Symposium Schedule Online Registration The Art of the Networked Practice Online Symposium is an international gathering presenting emerging research, artistic work, and technological innovation in the networked arts. Intended as a global…

Events and Exhibitions, NMC Events and Exhibitions

Networked Conversations with: Second Front

THIRD SPACE NETWORK presents Networked Conversations with: Second Front Saturday, October 28, 11:00am-12:00pm (EDT US East Coast / calculate your time zone). Event Login: Select “Guest,” type your name, and “Enter Room.”   Second Front, founded in 2006, is the first performance art group in the online virtual world of Second Life. Members of Second Front who will be joining the interview include: Bibbe Hansen (New York), Doug Jarvis (Victoria), Patrick Lichty (Chicago) Liz Solo (St. Johns), and Jeremy Owen Turner (Vancouver). Second Front has performed extensively both in-world and in galleries and museums. Though the artists perform remotely their performances…


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…

Activity, Announcement

Upcoming Events: IMRC at University of Maine

Located on the University of Maine Campus the Innovative Media, Research and Commercialization Center (IMRC Center), at Stewart Commons, is a 15,000+ square foot facility provides comfortable, state of the art prototyping facilities, audio and video production spaces, a resource library, performance and installation spaces, classrooms, and offices. IMRC is outfitted with a variety of tools and equipment, including a full shop, 3D printers and 3D scanner, computer controlled machine tools, a cutting and engraving laser, plastic vacuum former, large format printers, a range of design and production software, electronics workbenches, video and still cameras, audio recording and mixing equipment, and…

Announcement, Hub

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: Subscribe here: 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…

Academic Position, Position

Assistant Professor of Performance & Technology at Texas A&M University

The Department of Performance Studies at Texas A&M University, College Station invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Performance Studies. Candidates will have a research and/or creative program in performance studies with an emphasis in music, sound, media, and/or theatre technology. The successful candidate will be expected to teach graduate and undergraduate courses on the techniques, aesthetics, and literature of technology-based performance, supervise B.A. and M.A. research projects, maintain a nationally recognized profile in research/creative activity, participate in faculty governance, and contribute to the intellectual life of the Department. Standard teaching load is 2/2 with high expectations for research/creative…


Dispatch from Vancouver – ISEA2015 Part 1

I’m a bit at a loss for words, but wanted to share a little bit as everything starts to take off here in Vancouver for ISEA2015. If you’re around, you should try to catch up with me, but I know it’s probably next to impossible with all the great things going on. Thanks so much to Simon Frasier University and just about all of Vancouver for the welcome and good vibez! As I write this dispatch, I’m sitting at the venue waiting, excitedly for the Hakanaï performance to begin. I’ve heard a lot of great things about their work and am eagerly anticipating…

Activity, Events and Exhibitions

Art of the Networked Practice | Online Symposium

  March 31 – April 2, 2015 Presented by the NTU School of Art, Design & MediaCo-chaired by Randall Packer & Vibeke SorensenIn 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…

Call for Entries

Call for Proposals VISION’R VJ Festival 2015

The next Vision’R VJ Festival, 10 years of Vision’R  ! (may/june period) is now accepting proposals ! Past Vision’R video reports : Call is open until February 15 (midnight) Find this call on our website : Send the proposals by mail (2 maximum /artist-krew, with download link if necessary) to :vision-r (at) – with “Vision’R 2015” as mail object. With a presentation text, artistic purpose, technical sheet, stage view, and photos/videos. Please send us these filled documents (with other materials if you want)