Ort: RSProjects bis: 2013-09-15
Künstler: Open to all Art embracing Technology including but not limited to: New Media, Sound or Video Artworks, Interactive Installations Submission Deadline: SEPTEMBER 15, 2013 Entry Fee: NO ENTRY FEE
Thema: CYBERFEST’s 2013 announces its OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS SUBMISSIONS. Held annually since 2007, CYBERFEST is the first and biggest festival for technologically based art in Russia. Growing over years to become a massive international event, CYBERFEST 2012 rose to include over 80 artists held across St Petersburg’s top institutions: The State Hermitage Museum, Peter and Paul Fortress, KURYOKHIN MODERN ART CENTER, POLIGRAF Art Hall, Borey Gallery, and the Gallery of Experimental Sound. This year, Cyberfest will be held in Berlin – marking the first time this important event is held outside St Petersburg… This significant move was designed to strengthen the cultural exchange between Art and Technology creatives within Russia and their international counterparts. International art and technology innovators are welcome to submit work for consideration through September 15, 2013. CYBERFEST 2013’s Berlin Curatorial Committee Submission Details: Proposals being accepted for: CYBERFEST 2013: “TIME & PLACE” For the Exhibit: “PARADIGM SHIFT” To be held at: Berlin’s leading Art / Tech venues Event Dates: NOVEMBER 12 – 17, 2013 Open to but not limited to: New Media, Sound or Video Artworks, Interactive Installations Submission Deadline: SEPTEMBER 15, 2013 Notification of Curators Decision: SEPTEMBER 20, 2013 Installation Dates: NOVEMBER 10 – 12, 2013 Event Dates: NOVEMBER 12 – 17, 2013 Deinstallation Date: NOVEMBER 18, 2013 Provided to Selected Artists: International: $300 Artist Stipend + $450 Towards Travel/Accommodations Local: $300 Artist Stipend Entry Fee: NO ENTRY FEE Organized and Curated by: CYLAND (St Petersburg, Russia) & The WYE (Berlin, Germany) The moniker “Paradigm Shift” is used to describe nonconsecutive anomalies that transform the processes of intellectual thought. Such shifts fuel advancements of society. Not observable without context of history or time- these changes define ages on reflection. Artworks pushing their inherent creative medium from the present into the future were selected to contextualize what has been and what may be. To Apply: Artwork must be completed, functioning and exhibit ready at time of submission. Email the below to email@example.com with the subject “CYBERFEST 2013”. 1. IMAGES: 1-3 jpegs (72dpi) as attachments or a direct link to a specific work or video. 2. DESCRIPTION: Physical and Conceptual text summary of artwork (300 words max) in body of email. 3. ARTIST CV OR BIO: Brief Overview of Professional History (300 words max.) About CYLAND Media Lab is one of Russia’s most active New Media art nonprofit organizations. CYLAND houses the largest archive of Eastern European video art online, organizes exhibits around the world and is the force behind CYBERFEST (Russia’s largest annual New Media art event.) CYBERFEST has been held across St Petersburg’s top art institutions: The State Hermitage Museum, Peter and Paul Fortress, KURYOKHIN MODERN ART CENTER, Borey Gallery, the Gallery of Experimental Sound and Creative Space Tkachi. The 7th edition of CYBERFEST will take place November, 2013. CYLAND was cofounded by Marina Koldobskaya and Anna Frants. About The WYE is an international art and technology hub spanning 2000 m2 of the historic Post building in the heart of Kreuzberg, Berlin. An incubator for local and international innovators, the space serves as a platform to elevate professionalism and exchange between the Art and Tech industries in Berlin. Opened in Fall of 2012, The WYE’s private studios, coworking and large event spaces have hosted cross disciplinary projects including Sound Development City, The Reader Awards, Seedcamp, Goethe Institute Mexico, Hardware Berlin, Kreuzberg Pavillon, Berlin Film Society, Berlin Fashion Week, Retune Festival and Service Design Berlin Conference among many others redefining the culture of innovation in Berlin.
Ort: RSProjects bis: 2013-07-10
Künstler: Anna Frants, Elena Gubanova & Ivan Govorkov, Marina Koldobskaya, Vitaly Pushnitsky, Peter Belyi, Alexander Terebenin, Petr Shvetsov, Ludmila Belova, Alexandra Dementieva, Kurvenschreiber Collective
Thema: EVENT: CAPITAL OF NOWHERE An exhibition by: CYLAND Media Art Lab (St Petersburg, Russia) & CSAR (Centro Studi sulle Arti della Russia), Università Ca' Foscari Venezia NEW MEDIA WORK BY: Anna Frants, Elena Gubanova & Ivan Govorkov, Marina Koldobskaya, Vitaly Pushnitsky, Peter Belyi, Alexander Terebenin, Petr Shvetsov, Ludmila Belova, Alexandra Dementieva, Kurvenschreiber Collective CURATED BY: Silvia Burini, Matteo Bertelé VERNISSAGE: May 31 (7pm) HELD AT: CFZ Ca' Foscari Zattere / Cultural Flow Zone Zattere, Dorsoduro 1392, 30123 Venice / Boat stop: Zattere EXHIBIT DATES: May 27 - July 10, 2013 GENERAL HRS: May 27 - June 9: Tues – Sat, 10am - 10pm; Sun: 2pm - 10pm June 10 - July 10: Tues – Sat, 10am - 6pm; Sun: 2pm - 6 pm with EVENT: SPECIAL PROGRAMMING Panel Discussions organized by: DIGICULT & CYLAND Media Art Lab (St Petersburg, Russia) & CSAR (Centro Studi sulle Arti della Russia), Università Ca' Foscari Venezia DATE: May 31 (11am - 2:30pm) HELD AT: Università Ca' Foscari Aula Baratto, Dorsoduro 3246 Venice / Boat stop: Ca' Rezzonico or San Tomà Envisioning a variable landscape... In traditional societies, generations would come and go much faster than habitat would change. Catastrophes changed landscapes, be it natural or human in origin - from volcano eruption to migration to asteroid to cultivation. In contemporary times, variety is introduced quickly into landscapes by prosperity or adversity. Over the last century, industrialization, urbanization, revolution, wars, construction and reconstruction – each lead to a generation living under conditions different than previous ones. The exhibit "CAPITAL OF NOWHERE" is about life in a changing landscape during the Information Age… Among 13 exhibited artworks personalizing effects of industrialization, urbanization, revolution, wars, construction and reconstruction are Alexandra Dementieva's interactive "Breathless" translating exhalation digitally into light and words, Vitaly Pushnitsky's hybrid painting-projection "Waiting" juxtaposing the transpiring of a sunrise over the existence of archaic columns, Elena Gubanova and Ivan Govorkov's sculptural “Generations” physically uniting decades of doors in solidarity; performances by collective Mylo screened on Soviet era soap. Contributions by CYLAND CoFounders include Anna Frants' new media installation "Cloud that Smells Blue" which inverts the relationship between oneself to the world and Marina Koldobskaya's ideal city painted on found fragments of old furniture. PRESS CONTACT: L. Stuhltrager / info(at)damstuhltrager(dot)com MORE INFORMATION: www.cyland.ru
Ort: RSProjects bis: 2010-11-26
Künstler: Anna Frants, anna[AT]annafrants.net Marina Koldobskaya, marina.koldobskaya[AT]ncca-spb.ru
Thema: CYBERFEST, the annual exposition of technology-based artwork of international artists, comes to Russia for a fourth year. Housed previously in Peter and Paul Fortress (2007) and The Hermitage Museum (2008, 2009) among other local venues, CYBERFEST 2010 returns to St Petersburg November 19th to 26th, 2010. CYBERFEST Co-Founders Anna Frants (of St Petersburg Arts Project) and Marina Koldobskaya (of National Center for Contemporary Art) take the curatorial helm again this year, joined by Sofia Kudrjavtseva and Sergej Teterin. The exhibition and programming this November will continue to offer a platform for the energy, experimentation, collaboration and interactive projects for which CYBERFEST has already become well known. A vastly universal and timely theme uniting all - this year's curatorial focus explores society's day-to-day life and routine practices in a growing technologically-driven culture. An event that gains more attention exponentially every year, CYBERFEST has garnered a strong momentum in Eastern Europe. Internationally, word continues to spread of this event's prowess in bringing established and emerging New Media artists from across the globe to share work and progress ideas together. CYBERFEST 2010 is poised to introduce its next group of diverse New Media thinkers to each other, to a widening audience, and to a city that continues its long history of being a home to artists and Art. This year's full listings of participants, special performances, openings, and venues will be released in early October. A unique, organic model for initiating cultural exchange and dialogue from artist-to-artist and art-to-audience, CYBERFEST is just one of the ways that CYLAND (the nonprofit organizing and presenting the event) fulfills their mission to support New Media. In addition to administering CYBERFEST, CYLAND also facilitates a Media Lab Residency Program and operates Russia's largest digital film archive - which is available online to the public for free. CYBERFEST 2010 Board of Advisers: Olesya Turkina / The State Russian Museum, Dmitri Ozerkov / The State Hermitage, Peter Weibel / Internationally media art and scholar, Elena Selina / Director of XL Gallery
Ort: RSProjects bis: 2010-11-20
Künstler: Artists: Installations by Kathleen Vance, Mark Andreas, and Ryan Wolfe Curated by: Alexandra Rockelmann (galerieOPEN) and Leah Stuhltrager (Dam, Stuhltrager)
Thema: From across the globe, three installation artists converge in Berlin. Each bringing their uniquely innovative style, Kathleen Vance, Mark Andreas, and Ryan Wolfe inaugurate the official foundation of RSProjects with new work that captures the spirit of Public Art: using today’s most inspiring resources to challenge new audiences and answer our most urgent questions – through the transformative and universal language of art. In tandem with a solo exhibition at galerieOPEN, Kathleen Vance reanimates fallen branches and limbs into interwoven, entangled binding systems in her large-scale installation “Boundsticks,” the product of her term as RSP artist-in-residence. As part of this Public Artwork, Vance also hosted this season’s RSP Community Outreach event, where children from the Kreuzberg neighborhood worked with Vance to create a large mural, mapping the quantifiable data derived from the artist's collection of sticks in the Grunewald forest. Bringing his acclaimed “Reactive Sculpture” series to Germany, Mark Andreas choreographs water to serve as an autocatalysis for a spontaneous performance by his latest work in the series. Like his past sculpture “Seed Spreader,” Andreas’ work involves blunt, powerful movements by natural forces, intermingling massive contraptions with minute changes in environment to create a dynamically constructed organism. After exhibiting at GOGOLFEST in Kiev, Ukraine alongside a plethora of multidisciplinary art giants, Ryan Wolfe culminates his 6-month artist residency in Berlin with “Study for a Perfect Storm”—the latest piece of a series that blurs the parameters of technological virtual experience with reality. In this participatory video installation, the viewer's presence triggers a storm, which gains intensity the longer the onlooker wills it by remaining watching.