Kyberia vs Facebook / Fabuš / Cabowitz
  Relfexes: Contemporary Polish Animation
  Media reActivity
  Mulitouthere / Electronic Literature
 

 
15. April 2009 18h, NoD Roxy, CZ_Prague
Daniel Hromada (SK/CZ), Pavel Neuman (CZ), Palo Fabuš (CZ), Michal Cab (CZ)
NoD Roxy, DigiLab AVU
presentation, discussion, streaming, lecture
 
Kyberia guild vs Facebook matrix
Daniel Hromada (Hromi) and Pavel Neuman

Hromi: “Give me one reason why I should register on Facebook.”
After short presentation of specific features of social media and nets there will be moderated discussion between Daniel Hromada (Hromi) who has a very skeptical attitude against Facebook and Pavel Neumann, an expert on social media, who represents a defender of current social phenomenon.
Hromi is a creator of legendary social network Kyberia.sk that has connected nonconformistly thinking people, from hackers to artists, already for several years. The author’s reserved attitude to the social nets is mainly related to the last developmental version of Kyberia - 2.3 that was not successful in its efforts to state a certain new model of the Internet democracy.
On the contrary, Hromi´s opponent, Pavel Neuman, who dedicates himself to these trends on web and whose texts are presented on the blog BuzzMag, he considers this kind of closed society pseudo-activism. “One of the significant features (of web 2.0 services) is that their utility value does not grow with the number of users hence it is not possible to compare Kyberia with Facebook“, Neuman says.

This moderated discussion will be held within the festival Multiplace. The bloc of lectures at 18:00 will be opened by Michal Cáb and the theme will be Fluxus/pd/livecoding. Palo Fabuš will follow and he will clarify us his theme in his lecture Me, We and They: Communication and Liability in Today’s society.
kyberia.sk
buzzmag.cz

I, We and Them: Communication and liability in today's society
Palo Fabuš

What do graffiti, bathroom poetry, reality shows, commercials, internet discussion, famous people and the rest of us, narcissism and liability have in common?
palofabus.net

Fluxus / pd / livecoding
Michal Cáb

About the possibilities, dis/advantages of livetimecoding, software fluxus, pd and transient data flow.
www.cabowitz.com

dl.avu.cz/lang/en-us/2009/03/kyberia-guild-vs-facebook-matrix/
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Palo Fabuš is the culture publicist, critic and theorist. Not a journalist. His former interest in new media has progressively evolved into wide study of contemporary culture applying a variety of approaches such as sociology, media studies, art theory and philosophy. His research centers these days mostly on the relationship of ICT and evolution of cultural values, contemporary zeitgeist and perception of time.

Since 2009 editor of Umělec. Teaches Social Media course at Department of Media Studies and Journalism FSS MU Brno and occasionally FF MU Brno, FaVU Brno, FIT VUT Brno, FAMU Prague, AVU Prague. Studied Bc. (Applied Informatics) at Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University in Brno. MA Student at Department of Media Studies and Journalism FSS MU Brno. In 2004-2005 editor-in-chief of IM6. In 2005 and 2006 curator of Zoom festival. From 2005 to 2008 worked as an editor of Literární noviny. In 2007 co-founded Jlbjlt. After seven years of living in Brno, moved in 2009 to Prague.

palofabus.net
literarky.cz/index.php?p=autor&id=153
jlbjlt.net/user/10
 
   
15. April 2009 18h, Jan Koniarek Gallery - Koppel House, SK_Trnava
Vladimír Beskid (SK)
Jan Koniarek Gallery
presentation, lecture
 
Reflexes – 7 authors, 7stories and experiments in Polish animation from the past 20 years.

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16. April 2009 13 - 21h, Trojka café in Kunštát, CZ_Brno
Keiko Sei (JP), Petr Vrána (CZ), Rafani (CZ), Maxigas (HU), Paolo Podrescu (US/DE), Jana Horáková (CZ), Jan Zálešák (CZ)
Jana Horáková, Barbora Šedivá
discussion, lecture, presentation, streaming
 
 
Stream:

rtsp://multiplace.sk:9000/mtpbrno.sdp
or download streaming player: www.videolan.org/vlc/
 
International session of theoreticians, artists, philosophers and others interested in contemporary tendencies in areas including media activism / new media in public space / robotics in a public space / post robotics / participatory art / new media in eastern Europe and south-eastern Asia.

Petr Vrána /CZ
Prezentace projektů od performance a kulturní policie na Documenta 8 v Kasselu r. 1987 , přes "Federal Happening " společný hudební manifest osmdesáti československých umělců, Praha-Bratislava 1992 ,"Demonstrating New Icons"- alegorický vůz na European Media Art Festival v r. 1994, "Návrat pomníku " Stalingrad-Vídeň 2004 Kuenstlerhaus, až po vizualizace sousoší R.U.R. na výstavě v Mánesu 2006 a Czech-Slowakian Memorial.
www.petrvrana.eu

Jana Horáková/CZ
RoboAktivismus

Robot jako médium společensky kritických postojů a subverzivních uměleckých strategií.
Rossum's Universal Robots jako sociálně-kritická metafora. Robotické umění jako underground mediálního umění (aneb software kontra hardware). Aktuální metamorfózy robota jako média společensky kritických postojů a strategií narušujících dominantní diskurz.

Jan Zálešák /CZ
Ukazovat spolupráci
Sémiotické a institucionální aspekty kolaborativního a participatorního umění

Proč je spolupráce v současném výtvarném umění tak silné téma? Co umožňuje, aby různé formy spolupráce mezi umělci, ale i mezi „obyčejnými lidmi“ byly vnímány jako součást světa umění? Kudy vede hranice mezi společným jednáním jako uměleckou formou, a holým životem (případně pedagogikou, sociální službou nebo politickým aktivismem)? Přednáška se pokusí představit základní rámec uvažování o kolaborativním a participačním umění podložený příklady konkrétních projektů české i zahraniční provenience.

Maxigas/HU + Pod / DE
Intermediální stage a zážitek s Podem z XL Terrestrials a Maxigasem z Transformers. Dozvíte se, po čem skutečně jdou a co hledají v realitě avataři a v druhém plánu budete nasyceni ukázkami a informacemi o organizovaném i spontánním aktivizmu a jeho intervencích do společenských pravidel a odchylek.

Volunteer to be a ghost in the shell!? Alienation, robotomies and virtualisation of our lives aren't just coming to a theater near you, they're all here in pre-dreamed guinea pig beta! As a culture passes the mechanical world and simulation threshold, we not only exist more inside the mediated landscape than outside it, we permit a severe mutation and reversal of body and function, such that the ubiquitous prosthetic technotopia does not quite enable communities, but shapes them for smoother corporate automation, control, expansion, atomization, extraction, and excessive waste. The domination of the machine we feared is not exactly a machine nor even a Big Brother, but our own lives pumped out as an efficient and metastasizing network reducing each of us to our utility, our parts, our data-yield, our consumer profiles. Bots, Wormholes, Kaleidescope Trojans, Virtual Bürgers and Radical Flesh Collide! Technology on the edge, junk food and junk technology on the periphery, new world disorder front and center. When the discontent gather in cyberspace, who sponsors the avatars? Whose code pulls the strings? Can you afford to be real?

Keiko Sei/JP
Mediální aktivismus ve vzdělávání

Mediální aktivizmus je zatím málo etablovaná oblast v domácím i zahraničním školství a oficiálním vzdělávání. Spisovatelka, kurátorka a teoretička Keiko Sei o mediálním aktivizmu vyučuje mnoho let v různých krajinách a v Brně představí své zkušenosti z Evropy i Jihovýchodní Asie. Keiko od roku 1998 do roku 2002 působila jako pedagožka na FaVU VUT, byla kurátorkou výstav jako např. The Media Are With Us (Budapesť, 1990), Ostranenie (Dessau, 1993), Ex Oriente Lux (Bukurešť, 1994), Orbis Fictus (Praha, 1995), a vyučovala také v Kazachstánu (1999).

Rafani / CZ
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04. May 2011 18h, midl_space, SK_Bratislava
Mariusz Pisarski (PL), Dawid Marcinkowski (PL), Perfokarta (PL), Tachykardia (SK), Chaosdroid (SK), Drakh (SK)
presentation, screening, performance, lecture
 
Multimedia literary performances, which you can read/see/hear, work in space, connecting people and places, and are rooted in the Polish and Slovak environment. Electronic literature calls for “multisensory reading”, is interactive, playful and in this case follows the voice of singing mermaids in real time. Mariusz Pisarski will introduce the concept of e-lit in the Polish cultural context. You will swim in the waters of narrativity in the direction of Dawid Marcinkowski and his interactive film Sufferosa. Splash! Following the Polish shower Re:Call by the Brombosz-Podgórni duo (Perfokarta members), l : * ttter-I'm_in > 1 will finally pour a bucket-full of TJ-ing, VJ-ing and DJ-ing on you with the taps in the hands of Chaosdroid, Tachykardia and Drakh.

18.00-18.50 Mariusz Pisarski: Kyberpoézia v Poľsku / lecture
18.50-19.20 Discussion
19.30-20.30 Dawid Marcinkowski: Sufferosa / presentation of interactive film
20.30-21.30 Roman Bromboszcz + Łukasz Podgórni: Re:Call / performance
21.30-22.30 Tachykardia + Chaosdroid + Drakh: l : * ttter-I'm_in > 1  / performance
 


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