• Date
      July 12, 2017

      city days

      Animation

      Andres Felipe Tudela Hernandez / Colombia

      Measure the levels of frustration among fellow citizens "anaesthetized" by crime and illegality. It has been, as far as we remember, a goal of serious importance within an urban theme. Sociological and anthropological analyzes try, over and over again, to investigate the past, present and future of societies that seem to have renounced the common good to satisfy particular projects. It is an animated newspaper, where it is shown that significant and insignificant things happen daily in the people's lives, but the importance they give to these events depends on each person.
    • Date
      July 12, 2017

      THE SHE

      Video

      Fernanda Russo - Eliana Märmol / Spain

      LAELLA proposes a sound and body journey through the most human path of the female role as a reference of the antagonistic worlds: city and countryside, urban and rural. The work is a journey between an urban woman and a rural woman, with electronic and folk music as representative resources. It is made up of 5 parts. Laella I: is the beginning of electronic music symbolizing the chaos, vertigo and restlessness of the city. Laella II: marks the transition between the electronic that represents the city and the sounds of folk music. Laella III: a “chacarera” dance, choreography adapted to the symbiosis of two women (a dance usually danced by a couple of men and women facing each other).
    • Date
      July 12, 2017

      sounds of mud

      Interactive

      Adriana Guzman, German Pinilla and Juan Camilo Buitrago / Colombia

      The work contains the main results of the organological and morphological analysis of a group of pre-Columbian aerophones made of clay between 600 BC and 1,550 AD.
    • Date
      July 13, 2017

      Janet Murray

      USA
      www.mc.gatech.edu/~murray
      www.inventingthemedium.com

      Professor Janet H. Murray is an internationally recognized interactive designer, the former director of Georgia Tech's Masters and PhD Program in Digital Media (2000-2010), and a member of Georgia Tech's interdisciplinary GVU Center. She is the author of Hamlet on the Holodeck: The Future of Narrative in Cyberspace (Free Press, 1997; MIT Press 1998), which has been translated into 5 languages, and is widely used as a roadmap to emerging broadband art, information, and entertainment environments, and Inventing the Medium: Principles of Interaction Design as a Cultural Practice (MIT Press, 2011).
    • Date
      July 13, 2017

      Claudia Gonzales Godoy

      Chile
      www.claudiagonzalez.cl

      Claudia González Godoy (Santiago, 1983) is a Visual Artist and Art Professor graduated from the School of Art and Visual Culture of the Arcis University and specialized in Art and New Technologies at the University of Chile.
    • Date
      July 13, 2017

      Alessandro Lodovico

      Italy
      www.sites.google.com/site/crisaromatre/docenti/giorgio-de-vincenti

      Media critic and editor of NEURAL magazine since 1993, (Honorary Mention, Prix Ars Electronica 2004). He is the author of different essays on digital culture, has co-edited 'Mag.Net Reader' and is one of the founders of the Nettime Mag.Net community (Electronic Cultural Publishers)'. He is also Professor of 'Computer Art' and 'Interface Aesthetics' at the Academy of Art in Carrara.
    • Date
      July 13, 2017

      Manuel Chantre

      Canada
      www.manuelchantre.com 

      Based in Montreal, Chantre is a new media artist, composer and teacher. His audiovisual performances and installations have been characterized as an integration of music, audio art, programming, video, light, and electronics. He is interested in the diversion of cultural symbols and phenomena of perceptions, in order to create works at the junction of a dramatic fictional universe and an essay.
    • Date
      July 13, 2017

      Ricardo Dalfarra

      Canada - Argentina
      http://hexagram.concordia.ca/researcher/ricardo-dal-farra
      PhD in Study and Practice of the Arts, UQAM-Canada. Composer and multimedia artist. Associate Director of the Hexagram-Concordia Center for Research/Creation in Media Arts and Technology and Professor at Concordia University, Canada, and Director of the Center for Experimentation and Research in Electronic Arts (CEIArtE) at the National University of Tres de Febrero, Argentina.
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