Archive for June, 2008
This sounds interesting:
Friday 27 June 2008, 9.30am
Nash and Brandon Rooms
A one day international symposium from The Brunel School of Arts, Sensual Technologies, led by Stelarc, Johannes Birringer and Susan Broadhurst, features theorists and practitioners of performance, dance, music and electronic media arts. It will explore alternate and aesthetic uses of technology that extend artistic practice beyond the expected, into realms of unusual and heightened experience. The contributors to this event are leading practitioners and theorists offering diverse perspectives to the debate. They include Roy Ascott, Roger Malina, Jill Scott, Gary Hall, Rachel Armstrong, Paul Brown, Louis-Philippe Demers, Marta De Menezes, Kira O’Reilly, Kathleen Rogers, Paul Sermon, Theodore Spyropoulos, Atau Tanaka and Andrea Zapp
Please note that places are limited and tickets cannot be bought on the day so advance booking advised.
To book tickets go to http://www.ica.org.uk/Sensual%20Technologies+16887.twl or call the ICA box office on 020 7930 3647
Institute of Contemporary Arts
The Mall, London, SW1Y 5AH
tel: 020 7930 3647
Apply now for last remaining spaces: Exploring Sonic Interaction with Artefacts in Everyday Contexts
There are a few spaces left on the workshop – please email us your expression of interest (sonicinteraction at googlemail dot com). Your expression of interest should explain in a few sentences why you are interested in participating in the workshop and include a short biography. The submission should not excess one A4 page.
Participating in the workshop is free, however you are encouraged to register with ICAD where the results of the workshop will be presented.
An impression from the previous workshops…see below for some more