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Monthly Archives: September 2016

Radio Symposium LaPublika

24-Sep-16

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An international radio-symposium about art and public sphere, with almost 100 participants, conversations, music, performances and sound installations.

Michelle Teran shows her film DIGNIDAD / DIGNITY at Nachbarschaftsakademie

10-Sep-16

In the Neighborhood Academy Michelle Teran will show for the second time her new film DIGNITY / DIGNIDAD  (2016, Spanish with English subtitles) August 4 20:00-22:00 Prinzessinnenstr. 15 10969 Berlin The Neighborhood Academy in Prinzessinnengarten is a self-organized open platform for urban and rural knowledge sharing, cultural practice and activism. Link to Neighborhood Academy website

metroZones Schule THE CAMP 2016

10-Sep-16

MetroZones Schule THE CAMP //// Assamblea of connecting spaces and practices Donnerstag 15. – Sonntag 18. September 2016 HAMBURG fux Kaserne link to website and detailed programme At the end of summer, we invite you to the fux // kaserne Hamburg in order to join our four-day camp that is – also known as Versammlung […]

What Time Is It on the Clock of the World*

10-Sep-16

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International Festival on Feminism and Public Space.
Performances, Lectures, Workshops, Concerts.

May 4—7, 2016

Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg (HFBK)
Lerchenfeld 2
22081 Hamburg

Link to festival website

What Urban Media Art Can Do Publication

10-Sep-16

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Why When Where and How?

Editors: Susa Pop, Tanya Toft, Nerea Calvillo and Mark Wright
Pages: 524
Year of Publication: 2016
Illustrations: 200 color

Published by: AVEdition

Urban media art is possibly one of the most momentous expansions within the field of contemporary public art. Referring to various forms of media-aesthetic, artistic engagement in urban environments and evolving from a mix of genealogies of media art, avant-garde, architecture, urban development, design and technology, and biology, urban media art creates a space in which artists make, utilize and critically explore innovations in software and technology to create artworks, installations and situations in response to the urban discourses and urgencies of our time.