A small but important info about our running website under www.faces-l.net. As the version of the system (Drupal 5) is meanwhile old and has some security issues we can't fix, we have to take it down until the new stable version I want to use for the FACES website (Drupal Commons) is available, which will be in march.
I will be able to secure your login data but not the content of your profile page. (Its too much work to be honest)
Please have a look on your own profile page and in the case you want to keep it just save the content of your page in in a text file and save it on your computer until we are ready for a new start.
Faces-l.net will be available until Friday 8th 10:00 am.
Soon Faces is getting a new Face! The only thing I am waiting for is a stable release of Drupal Commons.
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EMAF is one of the most influential forums of international Media Art. As a meeting point for artists, curators, distributors, galleries and an audience of experts the festival has a great impact on the topics and aesthetics of Media Art. Each year the festival offers its visitors a current overview of experimental films, installations, performances, digital formats and hybrid forms, ranging from personal and political subjects or formal experiments to provocative statements from the pulsating area of “Media Art – Society”. The Festival sees itself as a place of experimentation and a laboratory where extraordinary works, experiments and ventures are created and presented.
Marlena Novak participates in the TransLife Exhibition at the National Art Museum of China with the interactive interspecies project 'scale' in collaboration with composer Jay Alan Yim and neurobiologist Malcolm MacIver. http://vimeo.com/19933816
This is a call for proposals for performances/presentations (of 5minutes each maximum) for the launch of WATERWHEEL - with a deadline for proposals of 12 AUGUST 2011. The entire performance/presentation program will be no longer than 30-45min.
WATERWHEEL, a new online platform exploring ‘water’ as a topic and metaphor, will be launched on 22 August, in Brisbane (Australia) AND will take place live online on the TAP at 6.30pm - find your time http://tinyurl.com/waterwheel-launch - Media release in attachment.
IRL 2011 is a survey and enquiry into the questions and challenges posed in the bleeding edge of research and practices of a wide range of fields, all at the intervenience of identity and technology; is an interdisciplinary dialogue between artists, scientists, engineers, socio-political activists, hackers and others pushing beyond the typical, stereotyped or engineered boundaries and limits to lifestyles, technologies, practices and systems to explore what is possible today. Guest speakers for the 2-day conference held July 14& 15th include trans-activist and writer Kate Bornstein (Thursday) and Dr. Henrik Scharfe with his geminoid project (Friday).
Der neue Feminismus im Netz ist unübersehbar. Weltweit entstehen namhafte feministische Blogs, mit der Mädchenmannschaft gibt es ein wichtiges deutschsprachiges Portal, dazu eine Vernetzung durch die Facebook Gruppe “Girls on Web Society” mit über 500 Mitgliedern. Mit dem Buch “Wir Alphamädchen” wurde 2008 der Grundstein für die zweite Welle gelegt.
Deadline Extension and Final Call for Papers, Panels, Workshops and Presenters:
IRL 2011: In Real Life
Challenging, Changing and Hacking Practices of Human-Being
Hosted by the Irish Museum of Contemporary Art [IMOCA]
International Conference July 13, 14 ,15; Exhibition opens Friday July 15th
EXTENDED DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS 5:00 PM, FRIDAY APRIL 15th, 2011
IRL 2011: In Real Life is an interdisciplinary dialogue between artists, scientists, engineers, socio-political activists, hackers and others pushing beyond the typical, stereotyped or engineered boundaries and limits to lifestyles, technologies and systems to challenge what is possible today. Guest speakers include Dr. Henrik Scharfe and his geminoid project and activist Kate Bornstein