I am speaking within the Global Futures lecture and seminar series on some current work on mapping, situated storytelling and social media.
A symposium on art, design, and the politics of information. Designers, artists, scientists discuss the aesthetic, ethical and spatial dimensions of information and its relation to power, the production of knowledge, and construction of urban spaces.
Location: Bergen Academy of Art and Design Date: 05-06.03.2012 Instructor: Michelle Teran with guest lecturer Vanessa Ramos-Velasquez Link to seminar page on academy website. The lecture performance works at the interface between lecturing and performing, providing a mediation between art and knowledge and combining research, visual art and performative storytelling methods. This two […]
Time: 12.3.2012 13.15 – 12.3.2012 15.00
Location: University of Bergen | Department of Linguistic, Literary and Aesthetic Studies
Contact: Scott Rettberg
New media artist and researcher Michelle Teran will present work-in-progress on her Folgen project
Join the world of new media, technology, performance and other strange things. As an artist from 2012 we want to give you the possibility to combine bits and bytes to your artistic world. For three days you can come to Maastricht join the workshop of Michelle Teran.
Location: Bergen Academy of Art and Design Schedule: Wednesday, January 18th, 5pm: Exhibition opening / Introduction lecture – 6th floor, academy Thursday, January 19th, 10am – 4pm: Seminar – 6th floor, academy / plus: Film Screening, with Jeremy Welsh, 8pm – 8th floor, academy Seminar Participants: Faculty of Invisibility (Sönke Hallmann / Inga Zimprich), Jennifer […]
Tracing Mobility – Cartography and Migration in Networked Space Symposium Schedule 11h -12.20h http://www.hkw.de/en/programm/2011/tracing_mobility/veranstaltungen_53866/Veranstaltungsdetail_66614.php How does our relationship change to the natural world, to remote places, when connectivity is assured even if only by means of a passive satellite link? How does our tolerance of the real world adjust when so much of our shared […]
Tracing Mobility sets out to examine how electronic networks and mobile media are transforming our conceptions of time, space and distance.
The exhibition presents the positions of 16 international artists who trace the shifting terrain of global and local mobility, virtual and material movement. They use varying approaches to pursue the numerous questions of our present’s mobility: Where can we escape to when online- and offline worlds converge? What does the movement of a body in a landscape indicate when every point of the earth is within reach through the aid of digital technology? How do mobile devices and media alter our mindset and change our perception of time and space?
Soft Borders was the main theme of the 4th Upgrade! International Conference & Festival on New Media Art, that took place in São Paulo, Brazil, October 18-21, 2010. Soft Borders embraced a wide variety of topics, cross-displinary approaches and presentations of cutting edge technologies. This exhibtion has developed as the outcome of the 4th Upgrade! International gathering.