Archive for November, 2010

  • 11.23.2010

    Byproduct: On the Excess of Embedded Art Practices

    Friday December 10th, 2010, 6:30-9 pm Vera List Center for Art & Politics at The New School Roundtable with: L.M. Bogad, performance artist and author of ‘Guerilla Electoral Theatre’ Joseph del Pesco, independent curator Michelle Jacques, Curator, Art Gallery of Ontario Marisa Jahn, artist, editor of ‘Byproduct’ Tom Finkelpearl, Executive Director, Queens Museum of Art […]

  • 11.21.2010

    David Buckland: The Art of Climate Change

    David Buckland is an artist with an international reputation. In 2000 he created and now directs the Cape Farewell project, which brings artists, scientists and educators together to collectively address and raise awareness about climate change. This highly successful artistic intervention has spurred worldwide activity and underlines the power of artistic engagement to stimulate and […]

  • 11.18.2010


    Janieta Eyre (CA) 1989. The American artist Larry Miller, a member of the Fluxus movement, distributes certificates to allow anyone to decide on the use, or not, of their DNA. The action, which relates the art scene to contemporary biotechnological problems, would precede the birth of Dollie, the first cloned mammal in the world, by […]

  • 11.18.2010

    Unveiling the “Sixth Sense,” game-changing wearable tech

    This demo — from Pattie Maes’ lab at MIT, spearheaded by Pranav Mistry — was the buzz of TED. It’s a wearable device with a projector that paves the way for profound interaction with our environment.

  • 11.10.2010

    Warm Ice

    November 12, 2010 – January 9, 2011 Art Gallery of Peterborough Curated by Carla Garnet WARM ICE is a ten-person show that intentionally highlights the inherent theatricality of works of art, both cinematic and object-based, to engage viewers in enacting their own readings of the multi-media works that comprise the story-bound exhibition. Taking the gradual […]

  • 11.09.2010

    Too Cool For School Art & Science Exhibition

    Too Cool For School Art & Science Exhibition: A Fresh Ground new works Project November 13, 2010 – January 2, 2011Opening Friday, November 12, 6-10 pm Harbourfront Centre, Toronto Featuring: Libby Hague, Doug Jarvis, Gareth Lichty, Abigale Miller, Elissa Ross & Patrick Ingram, and Allison Rowe curated by Patrick Macaulay + Sally McKay An exhibition […]

  • 11.09.2010

    do it – play it – The Temporary Stedelijk

    In cooperation with the Innovatie Cultuuruitingen Foundation, the BKVB Foundation, the City of Amsterdam and many other donors, the Stedelijk Museum presents the third Do It! evening on November 18, Play It!, which revolves  around the latest forms of interactive media art. During this evening visitors can play games, and the augmented reality tour that […]

  • 11.05.2010

    Tube Nosed Fruit Bat Discovered!

    New species revealed in Papua, New Guinea – frogs, spiders, rodents and more discovered in remote area. This tube-nosed fruit bat from the Muller Range mountains does not yet have a name but has been found in other parts of New Guinea. Fruit bats are important seed dispersers in tropical forests. via CBC Technology

  • 11.04.2010

    Google Street View Goes Live (And Blurred) in Germany

    While the estimated 244,000 households that opted out represent only a fraction of the German population, the country has still been very critical of what it sees as an invasion of privacy by the Google Street View mapping process. Now that the deadline has passed for Germans to opt out, Google plans to roll out […]

  • 11.04.2010


    A Space Gallery and the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival are proud to present: RMB CITY  by CAO FEI (SL: CHINA TRACY) Curated by Siya Chen and Heather Keung Exhibition runs November 5 – December 11 2010 Opening Reception November 12th, 5 – 7pm Residency in RMB City presented by Gendai Gallery Artist Talk […]