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These Little Robots Will Carry Away Your Car

The Avert deployment platform- complete with robots and vehicle lift.Sci-fi movies imagine worlds where robots rebel against their creators and try to take over, but in reality there have been several studies and inventions that use robotics to help out humans in areas such as hospitals and schools. One European team of scientists has a created a team of […]

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Fully Functioning Giant Game Boy is Perfect for Parties

Screen Shot 2015-05-27 at 3.39.23 PMMany of us have a nostalgic connection to the Game Boy. Sure, the screen was small and in black and white (or was it green?), but if you were a child of the 80s, this was as good as it got for portable gaming. Unless, of course, you could afford […]

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A 3D Printed Toy with a ’90s Transformers Style

stingray1Assembly has long been emphasized as a selling point for children’s toys, from Lincoln Logs and Legos to Tinkertoys, Hexbugs, and K’nex. After all, what’s the fun in buying and playing with something that you don’t get to assemble yourself? In the latest iteration of such kits, artist and designer Tomoo […]

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Shapeoko’s Steady March Toward a Better, Affordable CNC

Shapeoko 3Back in 2012 I wrote a piece on Shapeoko, Edward Ford, and his CNC community. At the time he was on the verge of bringing the first good quality, affordable CNC to market. Now in 2015 he’s releasing Shapeoko 3 and by all evidence his guiding principles haven’t changed. With the release […]

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Epic Fails: 3 Elite Makers Discuss The Upside of Failure

Photo: Lem FugittOver the past few months, three notable makers have been delighting listeners with their podcasted conversations about tools, creativity, and the magic of building. The show, called Making It, comes from David Picciuto (The Drunken Woodworker), Bob Clagett (I Like to Make Stuff), and Jimmy DiResta (Discovery’s Dirty Money, and […]

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Watching Rube Goldberg Go Viral

Screen Shot 2015-05-28 at 11.50.02 AMRube Goldberg has really become an adjective, thanks to the strange, enduring attraction to his devices

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Google Sharing Plans for DIY 3D VR Camera Rig

GoPro JUMP rig.Beginning this summer, Google will launch a new platform called JUMP that should make it easier for people to record, stitch, and publish stereoscopic virtual reality video. Makers will soon be given the specs needed to create their own compatible VR camera rigs.

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Maker Made in Taiwan

mf taipei 2013Off the coast of China, in the waters of the East China Sea, lies an island that is one of the most densely populated countries in the world: Taiwan. Situated on the northern tip of Taiwan is the capital city, Taipei, also known as the City of Azaleas, home to […]

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New Animoog for iPad Fixes Everything; Hear it Go Indian, Do Improv

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Forget for a moment whether it says Moog or not. Maybe it could say “Rogue” or “Brogue” or “Kylie Minogue.” Animoog would still be one of the handful of software instruments that really make the iPad feel like a proper synth. And yes, it is also beautifully polyphonic, expressive, features an interface that could only work on iPad, and sounds amazing.

There’s been just one problem: amidst an avalanche of Apple OS updates, that synth wasn’t always working reliably. And the love from the developer (yes, the famous one that rhymes with “Vogue”) didn’t seem to match the love from its users, frankly.

That changes now. Apart from Retina graphics and Audiobus released previously, this week Animoog has gotten a long-awaited flurry of fixes and some new features, too.

If we had to sum it up in two words, it’d be these:
It’s stable.

And beyond that, just all around better. I’ll get to details, but first, let’s take a moment and watch the complete awesomeness of the touch screen being used to play South Indian Classical music:

Navneeth Sundar, a composer and pianist from Chennai, has recently discovered that the touch screen provided by the Apple iPad can be used to perform different kinds of music, including Carnatic music (South Indian Classical Music). The app used in this performance is “Animoog” created by “Moog Music Inc”. This particular patch, created by Navneeth himself on the app, is specific to a particular ragam or scale, which in this case is the ragam Desh and its parameters can be tweaked to suit other ragams, which makes it possible to explore the myriad dimensions and expressions there are, in Classical Carnatic music.

Pranaams to Shri. Lalgudi G. Jayaraman, the legend, whose Desh Thillana composition we’ve performed here.

Really beautiful stuff. I’d love to hear if there are other non-Western musical applications for synths, generally (more advertising that in a separate post, as it seems I have been charged in talking about the topic at this year’s SONAR Festival).

Want more beautiful stuff? Look no further than this wonderful improvised album of etudes made on just the synth – clearly in this case, limiting the music to one tool proved inspirational. You can get them for free and remix them yourself for free – all 47 tracks’ worth:

Unanimoog, escape inside the music [Unmastered] by Satri

Montreal’s Satri explains his work:

In a world where there’s hundreds of excellent albums being made available daily, what excites me about what I propose with this second album is that you don’t need anything special other than the Animoog app to reproduce or play similar tracks. They’re single-track improvisations with no loops, no sequencer, no external effects, no complex or expensive music gear, everything is done live playing Animoog.

I invite you to learn more in the album’s announcement and to listen to the tracks themselves which are available for free. I hope you’re amongst those who might get inspired by this album and enjoy playing Animoog yourself.

But there’s just a massive amount of work done to this synth, making it not just one of the best soft synths around, but one of the most mature, too. It’s a synth that acts as seriously as you want, one that feels like an actual tool and not just an app. And yes, I’d rather pay thirty bucks for that once than 3 bucks a hundred times for stuff I won’t use. (Also – uh, check the arithmetic on that for another reason.)

Now in this week’s release, called, humbly, “2.2.4″:

• Stable support for iOS 8
• Stable support for 64-bit devices
• Revised timbres panel with categories (touch-hold timbre in category for preview)
• Fixes for timbres showing up with domain name prefixes
• Audiobus input slot compatibility fixes
• Virtual Animoog MIDI ports are now always available even if no port is explicitly selected
• Improved IAA instrument compatibility (IAA transport panel will be done for a future release)
• Use with any buffer size from 128 to 4096 (256 being the intended size for all supported devices)
• Fixes for restore purchase functionality
• Improved in-app store layout and interaction
• iTunes File Sharing access to timbres, presets and projects
• Removed import/export preset from setup panel since iTunes File Sharing should cover all needs
• Added timbre category list under ‘random preset’ to enable/disable categories to randomize timbres from
• 4-track recorder fixes for loading clips, pasting clips and AudioPaste
• 4-track project fixes for save/load/delete/share
• 4-track now remains unlocked when not connected to network
• Pitch bend range is now always saved with presets and correctly loads from presets when this option is active
• Pitch and mod strips now light up with incoming MIDI
• Hold button now more clearly shows when it’s active
• Manual MIDI CC input now ensures only numbers can be entered
• Keyboard scale selection now doesn’t misbehave after selecting the whole tone scale
• Preset panel is laid out more consistently
• Resuming after interruptions from Siri now reactivates audio
• Proper handling of large amounts of MIDI expression data, coming from alternative controllers
• Updated built-in manual

So, how did this change? There’s now a team in place to support the app properly, including friend-of-the-site Geert Bevin, who recently came onboard at Moog and shares this news (and artist tips) with CDM. Congrats on the great work, Geert; we look forward to more.

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Oh Deer: Make Faux Taxidermy from Perler Beads

fusebeaddeer_finished_mmcchesneyIf hunting live game is not quite your cup of tea, but you’d still love to have a trendy head mount ornament for your wall, then this is the project for you! This kitschy little sculpture is made using plastic melting beads, a.k.a Perler or Hama beads. They are a […]

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  • IV Fridays Openlab May 29, 2015
    The presentation of Medialab's Fanzine, a meetup with Asalto, the literary branch of Fundación Robo, and an acoustic concert of Le Parody are the key ingredientes of this fourth session of Fridays OpenLab 2015. A space to keep building Medialab's community and foster connections and networking between projects and users. Register to the mailing lis […]
  • Jardineando. Collaborative workshop on technologies for gardens. Open call for collaborators May 29, 2015
    Join this workshop that runs from June 16 to 20th from 15:00h a 21:00h. We will build mobile planters, a compost bin, automatic self-watering systems, and much more. Free registration. Deadline: June 12, 2015 […]

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  • call: Traverse Video 2016
    Call for entries Deadline: 15 October 2015 TRAVERSE VIDÉO 2016 19th edition – March 2016 in Toulouse Theme: The atypical trouble(d) To see is to recognize, and recognize is reassuring. The word “like” as a comparison, stays active in the different arts’ approaches and critics. Such an approach is continuing to believe in the transparency of the comprehension […]
  • Call: Alter-Native 23
    Call for entries Deadline 15 September 2015 ALTER-NATIVE 23 Targu Mures, Transylvania 4 – 8th November 2015. There is no registration fee for films entered for the festival. Films submitted to the festival must be completed on or after January 1, 2013. There are no genre limitations. Works that can be submitted to the competition are original audiovisual wor […]
  • call: 7th Cairo Video Art Festival
    Call for entries Deadline: 31 May 2015 CALL FOR SUBMISSION 7th Cairo Video Festival Video Art & Experimental Films Medrar for Contemporary Art is accepting applications for the 7th Cairo Video Festival, which will take place in December 2015. Initiated by the Cairo-based artist initiative Medrar for Contemporary Art in 2005, this festival continues its f […]
  • Call: 9th International Science & Film Festival Marseille
    Call for entries Deadline: 31 May 2015 RENCONTRES INTERNATIONALES SCIENCES & CINÉMAS (RISC) INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE & FILM FESTIVAL 9th EDITION MARSEILLE (FRANCE) / 21 – 28 NOVEMBER 2015 The Polly Maggoo association, organisers of the 9th Rencontres Internationales Sciences & Cinémas (RISC) / International Science & Film Festival, which will ta […]
  • call: FIVA Videoart Festival
    Call for entries Deadline: 5 August 2015 FIVA FIFTH EDITION International Festival of Video Art Buenos Aires, Argentina 2015 Conditions 1 – PARTICIPANTS: Artists wishing to participate must be over 18 years old. 2 – WORKS: a) Each artist or group of artists may submit up to two works. b) Video installations will not be accepted. c) No works are accepted with […]
  • call: Soundart for Memorial Project
    Call for proposals Deadline 30 June 2015 On occasion of the 70th return of the Liberation of the Concentration Camp of Auschwitz, 27 January 2015 (International Holocaust Commemoration Day) A Virtual Memorial – International Center for Commemorative Intervewntions http://avmci.a-virtual-memorial.org and SoundLAB – sonic art project environments http://soundl […]
  • call: Ex Oriente Film 2015
    Call for entries Deadline: 1 June 2015 EX ORIENTE FILM 2015! Submissions for 2015 Ex Oriente Film workshop are open. We are looking for creative documentary projects in development and early production from the CEE region. Apply with your documentary project through our online ENTRY FORM (Application is free of charge). http://www.dokweb.net/en/ex-oriente-fi […]
  • call: VideoBabel – audiovisual festival Cusco/Peru
    Call for entries Deadline: 31 August 2015 VideoBabel – International Audiovisual Festival Cusco/Peru – November 2015 Regulations There is a Latin American competition and an international out of competition. -We only accept single-channel videos. -The competing videos need not be previously unseen. However, no work which has won a prize or has participated i […]
  • call: InShadow Festival Lisbon
    Call for entries Deadline: 31 May 2015 InShadow – International Festival of Video, Performance and Technologie Lisbon/Portugal – December 2015 Follow your shadow and apply with your works in the genres of video dance, documentary, performance, installations, animation and 1minute video dance here: http://bit.ly/1tOwEm9 Spot: https://vimeo.com/120149641 Regul […]
  • call: 8th CyBorg Film Festival
    Call for entries Deadline: 3 May 2015 CyBorg Film Festival VIII international edition Italy – July 2015 Art. 1 The 8° international edition of Cyborg Film Festival is opening. A competition of short films and new territories – an manifestation that will take double place: in Bagno di Romagna (ForlìCesena) Emilia Romagna 03.04.05 july 2015 and in Dolceacqua ( […]

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  • Emerging Markets, Emerging Strategies
    "Emerging Markets, Emerging Strategies" is the latest in Inside Higher Ed's series of print-on-demand publications. You can download a copy of the booklet free, here. And you can sign up here for a webinar on the booklet's themes, to be held on Tuesday, June 23, at 2 p.m. Eastern. The booklet was made possible in part by the financial sup […]
  • Some Thoughts on Literary Nonfiction
    Blog: The Education of Oronte ChurmDo you know the site Essay Daily, edited by Ander Monson and Craig Reinbold? It's a valuable platform for conversation about essays and essayists, and a few weeks back Craig asked if I'd like to write something about Crux, the new literary nonfiction book series at University of Georgia Press, for which I serve as […]
  • Why Is Harvard Closing Its Primate Lab?
    Many researchers are wondering why Harvard University is closing a primate research laboratory that has been instrumental in key scientific breakthroughs for decades, The Boston Globe reported. The university says it is making a "strategic" shift, and that the motivation is not a controversy over several monkey deaths that have prompted criticism f […]
  • 'The Big Bang Theory' Backs Student Aid at UCLA
    The hit television show The Big Bang Theory is about young scientists, and the real co-creator of the show, along with many cast and crew members, has created a scholarship for science students at the University of California at Los Angeles. Already $4 million has been raised from the Chuck Lorre Family Foundation and actors such as Johnny Galecki, Jim Parso […]
  • GW Rescinds Suspension of Student Over Swastika
    A lawyer for a student at George Washington University who was suspended for putting a swastika on his fraternity's bulletin board says that the suspension has been rescinded and the student is now free to return to the university. The case led to widespread debate because the student, who is Jewish and whose fraternity is historically Jewish, purchased […]
  • Ithaca College Adjuncts Form Union
    Adjuncts at Ithaca College voted to form a union affiliated with Service Employees International Union, 172 to 53, they announced Thursday. Sarah Grundberg, an adjunct instructor of sociology, said in a news release that the union will “not only make the college stronger as a whole but will also continue to set an example nationally that part-time faculty de […]
  • Teacher education accreditor dumps its founding leader
    The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation has weathered more than its fair share of turbulence in its few years in existence, perhaps the inevitable result of its origins (a merger between two unequal and competing accreditors) and its mission (tougher standards in a field long criticized for settling for lesser ones). That the organization h […]
  • Academic Minute: Coastline Economics
    In today's Academic Minute, Dylan McNamara, a physicist and oceanographer at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, discusses his recently published research exploring dynamics of coupled human-environmental systems and how they specifically apply to coastal communities and property value. Learn more about the Academic Minute here. […]
  • Essay on mixed feelings at a commencement
    Generally speaking, it is safe to say that most college commencements are the same. The students file past their camera-wielding relatives offering smiles and small, inconspicuous waves. A speaker invokes Robert Frost or Dr. Seuss or Robin Williams in Dead Poets Society to encourage the graduates to live lives of purpose and distinction. Degrees are conferre […]
  • Stanford political science department overhauls undergraduate major
    What are the root causes of inequality? Why does war break out? What stories can data tell about politics? These are some of the big questions many undergraduates hope to tackle in introductory level political science, only to find that departments on the vast majority of campuses ask them to choose specialized subfields -- heavy on theory and modeling -- ea […]

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  • Emerging Markets, Emerging Strategies
    "Emerging Markets, Emerging Strategies" is the latest in Inside Higher Ed's series of print-on-demand publications. You can download a copy of the booklet free, here. And you can sign up here for a webinar on the booklet's themes, to be held on Tuesday, June 23, at 2 p.m. Eastern. The booklet was made possible in part by the financial sup […]
  • Some Thoughts on Literary Nonfiction
    Blog: The Education of Oronte ChurmDo you know the site Essay Daily, edited by Ander Monson and Craig Reinbold? It's a valuable platform for conversation about essays and essayists, and a few weeks back Craig asked if I'd like to write something about Crux, the new literary nonfiction book series at University of Georgia Press, for which I serve as […]
  • Why Is Harvard Closing Its Primate Lab?
    Many researchers are wondering why Harvard University is closing a primate research laboratory that has been instrumental in key scientific breakthroughs for decades, The Boston Globe reported. The university says it is making a "strategic" shift, and that the motivation is not a controversy over several monkey deaths that have prompted criticism f […]
  • 'The Big Bang Theory' Backs Student Aid at UCLA
    The hit television show The Big Bang Theory is about young scientists, and the real co-creator of the show, along with many cast and crew members, has created a scholarship for science students at the University of California at Los Angeles. Already $4 million has been raised from the Chuck Lorre Family Foundation and actors such as Johnny Galecki, Jim Parso […]
  • GW Rescinds Suspension of Student Over Swastika
    A lawyer for a student at George Washington University who was suspended for putting a swastika on his fraternity's bulletin board says that the suspension has been rescinded and the student is now free to return to the university. The case led to widespread debate because the student, who is Jewish and whose fraternity is historically Jewish, purchased […]
  • Ithaca College Adjuncts Form Union
    Adjuncts at Ithaca College voted to form a union affiliated with Service Employees International Union, 172 to 53, they announced Thursday. Sarah Grundberg, an adjunct instructor of sociology, said in a news release that the union will “not only make the college stronger as a whole but will also continue to set an example nationally that part-time faculty de […]
  • Teacher education accreditor dumps its founding leader
    The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation has weathered more than its fair share of turbulence in its few years in existence, perhaps the inevitable result of its origins (a merger between two unequal and competing accreditors) and its mission (tougher standards in a field long criticized for settling for lesser ones). That the organization h […]
  • Academic Minute: Coastline Economics
    In today's Academic Minute, Dylan McNamara, a physicist and oceanographer at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, discusses his recently published research exploring dynamics of coupled human-environmental systems and how they specifically apply to coastal communities and property value. Learn more about the Academic Minute here. […]
  • Essay on mixed feelings at a commencement
    Generally speaking, it is safe to say that most college commencements are the same. The students file past their camera-wielding relatives offering smiles and small, inconspicuous waves. A speaker invokes Robert Frost or Dr. Seuss or Robin Williams in Dead Poets Society to encourage the graduates to live lives of purpose and distinction. Degrees are conferre […]
  • Stanford political science department overhauls undergraduate major
    What are the root causes of inequality? Why does war break out? What stories can data tell about politics? These are some of the big questions many undergraduates hope to tackle in introductory level political science, only to find that departments on the vast majority of campuses ask them to choose specialized subfields -- heavy on theory and modeling -- ea […]

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  • Call for Entry: Best New Media Production | Cinekid Festival Deadline: June 1, 2015
    Call for Entry: Best New Media Production | Cinekid Festival Deadline: June 1, 2015Call for Entry: Best New Media Production | Cinekidwww.cinekid.nl(For English, see below)Het 29ste Cinekid Festival vindt dit jaar plaats van 15 tot en 23 oktober in Amsterdam en van 17 oktober t/m 1 november op meer dan 30 locaties door heel Nederland. Cinekid is hét internat […]
  • Impakt is calling for curatorial proposals for the 2016 and 2017 Impakt Festival...
    Impakt is calling for curatorial proposals for the 2016 and 2017 Impakt Festivals in 2016 and 2017. Deadline: 25 May 2015Call for Curatorial Proposals: the Impakt Festivals of 2016 and 2017impakt.nlCall for Curatorial Proposals: the 2016 and 2017 Impakt Festivals Impakt is calling for curatorial proposals for the 2016 and 2017 Impakt Festivals in 2016 and […]
  • The Internetional 2day symposium on 22 and 23 May in Rotterdam http://theintern...
    The Internetional 2day symposium on 22 and 23 May in Rotterdam http://theinternetional.tk/The Internetionaltheinternetional.tk […]
  • The STRP Biennial, one of the major art and technology events in Europe takes pl...
    The STRP Biennial, one of the major art and technology events in Europe takes place at the industrial halls of the Klokgebouw, in Eindhoven, The Netherlands from 20 to 29 March, 2015. SCREEN ON | NO SCREEN is the mirroring title of the expo. It consists of works that are fully screen based and online, and works that, while digital in nature, seem to break th […]
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  • Call for projects: kunstprojecten die gebruik maken van de kalashnikov. • Wie:...
    Call for projects: kunstprojecten die gebruik maken van de kalashnikov. • Wie: (beeldend) kunstenaars en ontwerpers • Wat: bestaand of nog te realiseren werk dat de kalashnikov als uitgangs- of eindpunt gebruikt • Waar: Artspace Flipside in Eindhoven • Wanneer: Deadline call: 1 maart 2015 Expositie: 29 mei tot 12 juli 2015 http://www.artspaceflipside.nl/home […]
  • Free Music Archive microSong Challenge - deadline 20 February. Get ready, get s...
    Free Music Archive microSong Challenge - deadline 20 February. Get ready, get set, GET SMALL! Get your tiny instruments together (or oversized ones, or ones that are juuuust right), grab a recording device, and add your itty bitty masterpiece(s) to our collection! Every microSong will be licensed under a Creative Commons Zero license so that it can be freely […]
  • Sonic Acts Masterclasses: a unique opportunity to gain in-depth insights into th...
    Sonic Acts Masterclasses: a unique opportunity to gain in-depth insights into the theories, working processes, and methods of internationally renowned artists and thinkers. There are masterclasses & workshops by Martin Howse & Nik Gaffney (on ‘Earth Coding’), Kurt Hentschläger, Robin Hayward (on ‘Just Intonation’), and Graham Harman (on the Anthropoc […]
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    Call for Papers 2015 - Ludomusicologywww.ludomusicology.org9–10 April 2015, University of Utrecht Learning from Video Game Music The Ludomusicology research group will be hosting a two day conference on video game audio to take place on the 9th and 10th of April, 2015 at Utrecht University. We are seeking proposals for papers on the topic of video game musi… […]
  • An interesting call from the EU digital Art and science network for a residency...
    An interesting call from the EU digital Art and science network for a residency in Chile! A worldwide call for projects made via Ars Electronica’s online submission tool will be open from mid of December till 9th of February, 2015. The submitting artists have the chance to win a residency at the European Southern Observatory (ESO) in Chile. There is free acc […]

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  • AADN, fête dix ans d’activisme numérique
    Fort d’une réputation d’expertise, de rassembleur et de fédérateur, l’AADN | Arts et Cultures Numériques dispense aide, conseil et soutien depuis dix ans (en juin), aux initiatives et la création dans le domaine des arts numériques en Rhône-Alpes. Une date importante pour l’association lyonnaise et l’occasion de revenir sur son histoire et ses missions au co […]
  • 28 Festival Les Instants Vidéo Appel à participation 2015
    28eme Festival Les INSTANTS VIDEO 2015 Tu me voulais vierge. Je te voulais moins con. 6 /11 novembre : Rencontres internationales 6/29 novembre : Exposition installations vidéo et numériques APPEL à PARTICIPATION - Date limite: 12 juin 2015 Le festival Les Instants Vidéo est une manifestation dédiée aux arts médiatiques (vidéo et numériques). Chaque année, n […]
  • Appel à projets étudiants // Electroni[k] - Festival Maintenant 2015 - Rennes
    Electroni[k] lance un nouvel appel à projets adressé aux étudiants. Dans le cadre de l’édition 2015 du festival Maintenant qui aura lieu du 9 au 18 octobre, 2 créations d’étudiants seront sélectionnées, produites et présentées : une installation et une performance. Depuis 2001, l’association Electroni[k] explore les croisements entre disciplines, repousse le […]
  • Appel à candidatures pour la résidence Te Ataata offerte à un praticien professionnel français du numérique à Auckland
    L’Ambassade de France en Nouvelle-Zélande et Colab – Auckland University of Technology lancent le premier appel à candidatures pour une résidence de 3 mois au sein de Colab offerte à un praticien professionnel français du numérique. Te Ataata – l’ombre, le reflet, le virtuel en langue maorie – permettra d’accueillir un pensionnaire français en résidence entr […]
  • Appel à projet bar éphémère 2015-2016
          Dans le cadre des projets d’accompagnement et de diffusion, nous lançons un appel à projet pour le baréphémère.   L’appel est ouvert aux artistes, designers, architectes, architectes d’intérieurs…   Un espace convivial. Un lieu de création. Un espace de petite restauration. Un lieu inventif et immersif. Une architecture vive. Donner sens à ce lieu par […]
  • #Call - Appel - Transnumériques #Awards 2015 - Art(s) & Network(s) - Special #GIF - #netart #webart
    Dans le cadre des Transnumériques et de Mons2015, Capitale européenne de la Culture, Transcultures, Centre des cultures numériques, lance un appel à participation pour l’édition 2015 de ses Transnumériques Awards – Art(s) & Network(s). Pour cette édition, Transcultures propose de concentrer ses awards sur le format GIF et ses images animées, le plus souv […]
  • 5ème édition du Garden Talk : comment le numérique métamorphose le marché de l'art
    Le groupe Revolution 9 vous convie  le mardi 20 janvier. à la 5eme édition de la [Garden Talk] sur le thème "Comment le numérique métamorphose le marché de l'art". En compagnie de Yak, Natacha Seignolles et Malo Girod de l'Ain.   […]
  • [Appel à projet] Résidence au Château Éphémère
    Le Château Éphémère est un nouveau lieu de création sonore et numérique à Carrières-sous-Poissy. L'association Caserne Éphémère a réhabilité l'ancien château Vanderbilt qu'elle a équipé spécialement pour offrir un espace de résidence et d'ateliers : lab, studios son et image, ateliers… En septembre, l'ouverture du bar restaurant perm […]
  • Appel à projets - Anthropologies numériques 3ème édition
      APPEL À PROJETS ANTHROPOLOGIES NUMÉRIQUES - 3e édition CLÔTURE DES CANDIDATURES : LUNDI 27 OCTOBRE 2014   Les Écrans de la Liberté et Le Cube organisent la 3e édition de la manifestation "Anthropologies numériques" qui propose un espace de rencontres et d’échanges (projections, débats ...) autour d’écritures visuelles, sonores et médiatiques qui […]
  • [Concours] Proposez vos teasers pour la Semaine Digitale de Bordeaux
    Depuis quatre ans, la ville de Bordeaux rattrape son retard dans le secteur du numérique en organisant la Semaine Digitale. Elle rassemble des artistes, chercheurs, innovateurs sur différentes actions : expositions, workshops, conférences, spectacles. La prochaine édition se déroule du 13 au 18 octobre 2014 sur le thème "La donnée et les objets connecté […]

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  • APPEL À PROJETS / CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
      Diagonale s'associe à la Biennale Internationale d'Art Numérique (BIAN Montréal) pour sa troisième édition et lance un appel à projets dont les spécificités lieront le mandat du centre et la thématique 2016 de la biennale: AUTOMATA. Les commissaires et les artistes sont invités à soumettre une proposition jusqu'au 2 juin 2015 à minuit. Le pr […]
  • Appel à projets étudiants // Electroni[k] - Festival Maintenant 2015 - Rennes
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  • Appel à candidatures pour la résidence Te Ataata offerte à un praticien professionnel français du numérique à Auckland
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