1. UCLA Department of Art Lectures: Mark Leckey


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    10/6/11 --- British artist Mark Leckey has exhibited widely, including solo shows at the Serpentine Gallery, London; Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New York; Kolnischer Kunstverein, Cologne; and Le Consortium, Dijon. He is a 2008 Turner Prize recipient. (Run time: 1 hour, 42 min.)

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    • COBALT


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      A Light & sound experience by Les JandJ Music Supervision COBALT by Kay Pop COBALT was also part of the Souvenirs From Earth project organise by the French Embassy & the French Institute in South Korea October 2011. ( Nam June Paik Artcenter in Seoul, Gana Gallery, Platoon Kunsthalle, The Seoul Station, Busan Fim Festival)

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      • FUSE spring 2013


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        FUSE – INMS Student Video Showcase, Friday, April 26, 2013, 7–9 pm Wiekamp Hall 1001, Indiana University South Bend Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts at Indiana University South Bend presents an evening of student work from the department of Integrated New Media Studies. South Bend, Indiana – The first annual video showcase of student work will be presented on Friday, April 26, 2013 from 7-9pm at 1001 Wiekamp Hall on the campus of Indiana University, South Bend. The event is free and open to the public. All of the videos are new work that has been generated by freshman to senior students during the Spring 2013 semester. The showcase will display the best work coming from Integrated New Media Studies classes under the tutelage of Eric Souther, Assistant Professor of New Media and Lynn Langston, Associate Faculty of New Media. Represented classes include: Artists in New Media, Media Program Design, Advanced Production Workshop and Introduction to Production Techniques and Practices. It will be a fun evening filled with creativity and inspired visuals. There will be documentaries, music videos, narrative stories and experimental work that range between 1 and 7 minutes. Student Works: Technologic Utopia by Alexandria Lechlitner Sensory Perception by Nick Smith Desperation by Ryan Weber ValentineMix by Nichole Lindhorn Just the Two of Me by Amy Nowicki Perversion For Profit by Kayla Keiser Madness Motorcycles by Scott Paddock Loyal Subject by Nick Smith Ninjas on Campus by Matt Forsythe On the Water by Julie Johnson FOOD DATA by Alexandria Lechlitner Parlez Vous Francais by Mark Sniadecki Strawberry Moon by Caitlin Cassoday Wonder Women by Sky Santiago (5,6,7,8) by Bridget Johnson Brandy by Joe Fairbotham (Documentary) The Art of Making Candy Dresses by Allison Dale Films We Love by the Students of T-283 A Horror Toy Story by Sonia Hernandez Mishler’s Motion in Goshen by Danielle Swift Rossini’s Bicycle by Scott Paddock “Set the Mood”, Komain by Lucas Packer Small Town Treasure by Hannah Allen

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        • a-MAZE-ing


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          SYNOPSIS: a-MAZE-ing is a live DJ/VJ performance recorded at the Mind-A-Maze exhibit curated by MUD, held at E2E4 space Nth Melbourne c2003. DJ Visitor (Andrew Till) provided an eclectic experimental fusion of ambiance and trance to VJ too. The visual component was created as an ongoing experimentation with using the Unreal game engine as a live VJ tool. It was used because of its versatile visual capabilities as a realtime visual (3D) engine. The imagery is all 3D, though it looks 'pseudo 2D' givin it a 3D>2D approach, rather than a more common 2D>3D. The game level (map) titled [VJ]-iSOtpe144, created by VJ Mandala (Adem Jaffers), was made using Photoshop for in game textures and 3dsMax to create geometry to import into the Unreal Editor to construct, code and mod 3D level. Map was then played (VJ'd) using custom scripting via the Unreal Tournament game on a PC. TITLE: a-MAZE-ing TAKEN FROM: E2E4 Space RECORDED AT: Mind-A-Maze exhibit - 2003 APPROX DUR: 01:36:00 VJ MIX: VJ Mandala > Adem Jaffers aka Nuero 1990 & Tekno Mandala 1991-95 mandala@humanoid.net vjmandala.com VISION TYPE: Realtime VJ Machinema - using game engine H/S-WARE: Unreal Tournament (Game Engine) using [VJ]-iSOtpe144 game level, PC, Photoshop AUDIO: DJ Visitor > Andrew Till

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          • Panel 2: Mediated Landscapes


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            Panelists: Robert Pietrusko, Ingo Gunther, Igal Nassima, Jon Rafman, and Katja Loher Moderator: Cornelia Lund Wednesday, August 10th, 2011 Artist Talk 7PM-8PM Second Life Tour with Jon Rafman 8PM-8:30PM HARVESTWORKS DIGITAL MEDIA ARTS CENTER 596 Broadway, #602, NY, NY http://www.harvestworks.org/ A panel of artists, theorists, and inventors discussing the commonalities between building landscapes in both the online world and real world. A focus will be on the current trends in visual data in comparison with urban planning, architectural processes, and the virtual landscapes in gaming culture. Visual data, urban planning for remote countries and an exploration of current and historical cartographic methodologies will be exhibited providing insight into an increasingly digitized and overlapping world between mapping the real and online spaces.

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            • Un ojo en el corazón de un poeta * Una película dirigida por Alejandro Mos Riera


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              Y ahora, si nos perdonan vamos a hablar de cine. De ese tipo de cine que sobrevive el tiempo, que nos queda fijado eternamente en la retina. Como un buen vino una película dura un instante pero su esencia nos deja en la boca un sabor a gloria, es nuevo en cada sorbo, nace y renace en cada saboreador. Historias y momentos que permanecen más allá del tiempo que pasamos viendo la película. Cuando uno va al cine es probable que no se dé cuenta de todos los espectadores que acuden a ver una película han seguido un ritual similar. Camino del cine para sentarse a una misma hora y disfrutar, casi siempre en silencio, para tal vez sentir, tal vez para vivir durante dos horas otras vidas. Vivir, desde la ficción, cada una de las narraciones que los personajes interpretan en el tiempo que dura la película. Evidentemente nadie puede tener las mismas sensaciones y emociones, pero tal vez haya en nuestra memoria, en el inconsciente colectivo, algo universal en cada obra maestra de la historia del cine, espejo de los sueños, la verdad a 24 fotogramas por segundo. http://labellezadelsilencio.tumblr.com/

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              • Dubstep Invasion Visuals by IRIE PIXEL


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                Visuals by IRIE PIXEL - DUBSTEP INVASION @ ENVY 16/12/11 [www.iriepixel.com] Authors: Jev Smolnikov, Sergej Novosad Facebook: www.fb.com/iriepixel.visuals

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                • The Emergence of Video Processing Tools - Book Launch Panel @ New Museum, NYC


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                  The Experimental Television Center Early Media Tools 8 DVD set mentioned as a great companion piece to the book is now available at https://www.fracturedatlas.org/site/fiscal/profile?id=6977#giving_levels. ONLY 23 COPIES are left and this is the only place to get them. This is the full documentation of the book launch panel @the New Museum, NYC for The Emergence of Video Processing Tools: Television Becoming Unglued, edited by Sherry Miller Hocking, Kathy High and Mona Jimenez. You can purchase this book online at: http://www.amazon.com/The-Emergence-Video-Processing-Tools/dp/184150663X Beginning in the late 1960s, artists and technologists began to custom-create hardware and software for real-time manipulation of video signals through original designs or as hacks to devices common to television production. Contemporary artists and tool designers continue this work in analog and digital domains in an expanded media environment. This program will bring focus to the social and artistic dimensions of custom tool development, and to the dual impulses to create new instruments and conserve and use older ones. In conversation will be inventor Dave Jones, whose video instruments span forty years, artists-designers Kyle Lapidus and Tali Hinkis of LoVid, Rhizome conservator Dragan Espenschied, and Hank Rudolph of the artist space Signal Culture and the Experimental Television Center. The panel marks and celebrates the publication of The Emergence of Video Processing Tools: Television Becoming Unglued, edited by Kathy High, Sherry Miller Hocking, and Mona Jimenez (Intellect Books, 2014). Documentation of this panel was shot and edited by Signal Culture staff and volunteers Janeen Lamontagne, Robert Hoffman, Debora Bernagozzi and Jason Bernagozzi. For more still images from the panel, go to https://www.flickr.com/photos/signalculture/sets/72157645754376223/

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                  • Nan Hoover, 'The Line in a Creative Life'


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                    Nan Hoover’s career as an artist has spanned more than 50 years. Originally trained as a painter, drawing has been of fundamental importance to her – as a means of rendering ideas as well as an end it itself. Indeed, one might say that the notion of inscription has been a recurring focus within her work, as have the themes of the body and language, space and landscape. Despite or perhaps because of her interests as a painter, her practice has taken the forms of performance, video, light, installation and, recently, digital photography. In conversation with Klaus Jung and others, Nan Hoover will discuss why and illustrate how she has embraced these media, and in what way they continue to influence the work that she produces.

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                    • Strategies For Soft Extraction + Firm Interrogative Trainers for Joint Agency Enemy Combatant Task Force - The Missing Tapes CIA


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                      Dramatizations of the missing CIA interrogation tapes regarding the cases of Zayn al-Abidin Muhammed Hussein, commonly known as Abu Zubaida, and Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri. http://www.sofarfromshore.com

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