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c o n V e r g e

Thursday, December 1st, 2011

c o n V e r g e

ConVerge is a project that has been developed by The Art Gallery of South Australia and the Adelaide Festival 2002 that explores the nexus between art, science and technology and its creative expression and asks “what happens at these points of intersection?”

The project comprises:

2002 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art – and Meaning, Knowledge Systems, Ecology, Genomics, Bioeconomics and Partnerships.

c o n V e r g e

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ConVerge is a project that has been developed by The Art Gallery of South Australia and the Adelaide Festival 2002 that explores the nexus between art, science and technology and its creative expression and asks “what happens at these points of intersection?”

The project comprises:

2002 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art – conVerge: where art and science meet, an exhibition which profiles a selection of work from Australian artists working with these themes in an exhibition at the


Art Gallery of South Australia.

conVerge symposium: an opportunity to share ideas (at the Adelaide Festival 2002 and online) where you can express opinions on: Image and Meaning, Knowledge Systems, Ecology, Genomics, Bioeconomics and Partnerships.

conVerge archive: a space for documenting projects, stimulating discussion and archiving conversations, email dialogues, hypotheticals, unrealisable projects, online discussions and forums.

Robot Cultures

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

Robot Cultures is an interdisciplinary research initiative founded by the Digital Cultures Program and the Centre for Social Robotics at the University of Sydney.

The aim of this research initiative is to bring together academics from the sciences, arts and humanities, including scientists, engineers, theorists and artists to investigate the social, technological, aesthetic, institutional, economic and ethical dimensions of the social interaction of humans with robots.

The Cultures of Robotics Symposium is the first in a series of events organised to foster an interdisciplinary research community exploring the histories, philosophies and practices of robotics within contemporary culture. For this first event our invited keynote speaker is Professor Simon Penny (UC Irvine), renowned < artist, theorist and professor in the field of robotic and interactive art.

Re:live Media Art History Conference

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

Third International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology.The next iteration of the Media Art History conference is Re:live which is to be held in Melbourne, Victoria in 2009. The event follows the success of the two previous Media Art History conferences, re:fresh (Banff 2005) and re:place (Berlin 2007). The conference series is supported by the Database of Virtual Art and Leonardo/ISAST (International Society for Art, Science and Technology) whose International Advisory Committee will publicise the event and referee papers.

Conference refereed proceedings

Conference chairs: Dr Paul Thomas, Professor Sean Cubitt

Media Art Congress archive

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Media Art Scoping Study Symposium

MASS Study Keynote

MASS Symposium Program

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‘showing off’ a new media exhibition

Saturday, August 8th, 2009

curated by Daniel Kojta

Exhibition runs:               Friday 7 August to Sunday 20 September 2009

Venue: Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, 70-78 Keppel St, Bathurst, NSW

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery (BRAG) is pleased to present Showing Off, a large-scale New Media survey exhibition curated by one of Australia’s most exciting emerging curators, Daniel Kojta.

In 2008 BRAG was one of only three galleries to receive an Arts NSW grant under their Emerging Curators Pilot Program. BRAG invited Daniel Kojta, an artist and curator based in Wentworth Falls, to develop a New Media exhibition which would showcase emerging and established, regional and metropolitan artists.

Artists in Showing Off are:

Keith Armstrong, Ella Barclay, Kirsten Bradley, Cash Brown, Ben Denham, Leah Heiss, Soda_Jerk, Janice Kuczkowski, Alexandra Gillespie & Somaya Langley, Sofie Loizou, Jordana Maisie, Peter Newman, David O’Donoghue, Jasper Streit & Rene Christen, Justene Williams.

This visually and intellectually engaging exhibition will demonstrate diverse trends within current New Media Art including wearable technology, locative media and video arts says Curator Daniel Kojta.

While referencing both obsolete and cutting edge technologies, Showing Off will offer regional and metropolitan audiences a unique experience of New Media Art.

Images from MASS, Saturday July 4

Saturday, July 4th, 2009

Thanks to everyone that attended the Media Arts Scoping Symposium on Saturday. We are currently in the peer review process for the papers accompanying the presentations and these will be published on this site shortly.

Thank you to the VCA and all contributers to what was a successful day.


Media Arts Education Digest

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009

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New Postings in MASS

Saturday, January 10th, 2009

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Nina Stromqvist & Keith Gallasch: Media Arts

Saturday, August 23rd, 2008

RealTime Issue 86 Special Feature: Nina Stromqvist is a freelance artist and writer, and

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Educating Artists for the Future: Learning at the Intersections of Art, Science, Technology, and Culture

Thursday, January 3rd, 2008

Edited by Mel Alexenberg

Educating Artists for the Future

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A culturally diverse range of art educators focus on teaching their

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students to create artworks that explore the complex balance between cultural pride and global awareness. They demonstrate how the dynamic interplay between digital, biological, and cultural systems calls for alternative pedagogical strategies that encourage student-centered, self-regulated, participatory, interactive, and immersive learning. Educating Artists for the Future charts the diaphanous boundaries between art, science, technology, and culture that are reshaping art education.

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