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Aniara Rodado - chorégraphie au-delà de la danse, danse au-delà du corps humain

Aniara Rodado - chorégraphie au-delà de la danse, danse au-delà du corps humain | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Chorégraphe, artiste et chercheuse. La standardisation du vivant dans le monde actuel est la principale problématique abordée dans son travail.

 

Depuis des années elle travaille régulièrement avec des réseaux engagés dans la culture libriste en France et en Amérique latine.
Elle est artiste résidente au LADyHx (Laboratoire de mécanique des fluides) de l’École Polytechnique de Paris-Saclay, en association avec le physicien Jean-Marc Chomaz, pour la création d’un triptyque chorégraphique autour de la crise écologique actuelle.

 

Elle fait partie de l’Unité de recherche Numérique/TacticLab de l’ENSBA de Lyon, consacrée à l’étude théorique et pratique des enjeux éthiques et esthétiques des cultures numériques et doctorante en sciences et arts à l’École Polytechnique de Paris-Saclay.

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#CALL | HTMLLES #Festival 2016 - Terms of privacy /// #artcall #mediaart #artnumerique

#CALL | HTMLLES #Festival 2016 - Terms of privacy /// #artcall #mediaart #artnumerique | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
deadline: January 4, 2016

Since 1997, The HTMlles has brought together artists, scholars, and activists passionate about critically engaging new technologies from a feminist perspective. The festival takes place biannually in Montreal, and its aim is to showcase cutting-edge projects produced by local and international artists. Each edition focuses on a specific theme and addresses urgent socio-political questions by pushing the boundaries of artistic and feminist practices.


The 12th edition of the festival will coincide with the 20th anniversary of Studio XX! To celebrate such a collective accomplishment, we launch our open call for proposals to local and international artists so that, together, we can continue to enact creative and critical feminist interventions in media arts and digital culture.

THEME : TERMS OF PRIVACY

Current discussions around privacy are shaped by the role new technologies play in enabling modern forms of individual, corporate, and state surveillance. In 2013, Edward Snowden revealed that the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) operates numerous global surveillance programs targeting governments, corporations, and civilians in the United States and abroad, and thus what everyone suspected became official: that we—tech consumers—are watched, listened to, traced, and monitored in real time via our gadgets and personal computers. As we speak or type, programs of mass surveillance gather our personal data and mega-data. Further, Snowden's leaked classified information revealed that the problem goes beyond the NSA, linking Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United States and the United Kingdom in an intelligence alliance known as the “five-eyes”...


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#Call - Appel résidences 2015-16 | deadline 22.05.2014 /// StudioXX /// #mediaart

#Call - Appel résidences 2015-16 | deadline 22.05.2014 /// StudioXX /// #mediaart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Les résidences du Studio XX offrent aux artistes la possibilité d’expérimenter et de créer de nouvelles œuvres. Nous répondons à leurs besoins techniques, créatifs et théoriques en les référant à notre réseau communautaire d’expert-e-s (la décision de s’y impliquer revient à l’artiste). Les artistes en résidence ont accès à un espace de travail, à un ordinateur réservé et aux équipements du Studio XX pendant six semaines. Ils-Elles profitent d'un soutien technique ainsi que d'un cachet d’artiste.


Leur travail est présenté dans le cadre de nos activités de diffusion. Trois résidences ouvertes sont offertes annuellement (incluant la possibilité de résidences virtuelles).

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Écriveuses du Web : abondance et remix - par Paule Mackrous / Itinéraires / revue.org

Écriveuses du Web : abondance et remix - par Paule Mackrous / Itinéraires / revue.org | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
L’expression « écriveuses du Web » désigne ces femmes qui s’approprient avec courage et audace les espaces en ligne pour faire du Web leur territoire. Nous avons identifié deux notions permettant de problématiser leur pratique : l’abondance et le remix. Écrire sur le Web, c’est participer à l’abondance numérique, c’est-à-dire s’inscrire dans l’afflux de productions en ligne. Pour cela, les écriveuses trouvent des stratégies pour se connecter aux autres. Elles écrivent également pour garder le flux de leur créativité actif afin que leurs idées soient abondantes. Elles utilisent les écritures médiatiques qui, parfois, engendrent des remix. Ces derniers sont générés à partir d’une ou plusieurs autres productions culturelles et peuvent aussi s’appliquer à l’identité des écriveuses, qu’elles remixent afin d’explorer des formes d’écriture singulières.
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Cyberfeminists Go Deep on Big Data, Privacy, and Surveillance by Ben Valentine - #feminism

Cyberfeminists Go Deep on Big Data, Privacy, and Surveillance by Ben Valentine - #feminism | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

In mid-December, 12 hackers, artists, coders, and activists gathered to tackle issues of privacy, surveillance, anonymity, and big data as they manifest in our society. Over the course of one week, 10 presentations unfolded, a short documentary film was shot, and in a frenzy of production, an entire book was made. This was Deep Lab, a group of female cyberfeminists organized by artist Addie Wagenknecht at the Studio for Creative Inquiry in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. ...

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Deep Lab 2014 by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - #feminism

Deep Lab 2014 by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - #feminism | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Deep Lab is a impermanent collective of cyberfeminist researchers, organized by STUDIO Fellow Addie Wagenknecht to examine how privacy, security, surveillance, anonymity, and large-scale data aggregation are problematized in the arts and society. The Deep Lab participants, all women, are an international group of new-media artists, information designers, data scientists, software engineers, hackers, writers, journalists and theoreticians, who are engaged in ongoing critical assessments of contemporary digital culture. During the second week of December 2014, these experts will work collaboratively at the STUDIO in an accelerated pressure project, which blends aspects of a booksprinthackathondugnadcharrette, and a micro-conference.


The Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry is a flexible laboratory for new modes of arts research, production and presentation. Founded in 1989 within the College of Fine Arts at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), the STUDIO serves as a locus for hybrid enterprises on the CMU campus, the Pittsburgh region, and internationally. Our current emphasis on new-media arts builds on more than two decades of experience hosting interdisciplinary artists in an environment enriched by world-class science and engineering departments. Through our residencies and outreach programs, the STUDIO provides opportunities for learning, dialogue and research that lead to innovative breakthroughs, new policies, and the redefinition of the role of artists in a quickly changing world.

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Femmes & Numérique | Voix de Femmes - 2|10|14 - Quinzaine Numérique

Femmes & Numérique | Voix de Femmes - 2|10|14 - Quinzaine Numérique | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Ce 2 octobre 2014, en année alternative de sa biennale, Voix de Femmes ouvre un focus sur la création numérique féminine et sur l'accès de tous et de toutes à la culture numérique. Une journée conçue en deux temps. De 14h à 17h30, un atelier adressé au public du projet Art & Expression questionnera les difficultés d'accès au numérique. De 18h à 20h, une table-ronde ouverte au public, ponctuée de performances et de projections, fera découvrir la création numérique féminine : projets innovants d’artistes féminines qui s'approprient avec brio les nouveaux enjeux du domaine de l'Art & des Technologies. Une plongée dans l'inconnu, un moment à saisir!

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#Feminism and (Un)#Hacking » Journal of Peer Production

#Feminism and (Un)#Hacking » Journal of Peer Production | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

There has been a recent growth in interest in feminist approaches to practices like hacking, tinkering, geeking and making. What started off as an interest in furthering representations of women in the technical fields of computer science and engineering, often along the lines of liberal feminism, has now grown into social, cultural, and political analyses of gendered modes of social reproduction, expertise, and work, among others. Practices of hacking, tinkering, geeking, and making have been criticized for their overtly masculinist approaches, often anchored in the Euro-American techno-centers of Silicon Valley and Cambridge that have created a culture of entrepreneurial heroism and a certain understanding of technopolitical liberation, or around the German Chaos Computer Club (CCC).


With this special issue of the Journal of Peer Production, we hope to delve more deeply into these critiques to imagine new forms of feminist technical praxis that redefine these practices and/or open up new ones. How can we problematize hacking, tinkering, geeking and making through feminist theories and epistemologies? How do these practices, in fact, change when we begin to consider them through a feminist prism? Can we envision new horizons of practice and possibility through a feminist critique?

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LADYBUG FESTIVAL LYON - Festival européen de la création numérique féminine Du 22 au 25 mai 2014

LADYBUG FESTIVAL LYON - Festival européen de la création numérique féminine Du 22 au 25 mai 2014 | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
Organisé par Le Lavoir public, le festival Ladybug vise à lutter contre les stéréotypes sexistes dans le monde du numérique et de l’informatique.

 Si les femmes sont sous-représentées et subissent des inégalités de traitement dans le spectacle vivant, la situation n’est pas meilleure dans le monde du numérique, tant l’informatique continue d’être perçu comme un univers exclusivement masculin. Afin de lutter contre cette idée reçue et ces stéréotypes sexistes, le Lavoir public, sous l’impulsion de Julien Ribeiro, organise du 22 au 25 mai Ladybug, le premier festival européen dédié aux artistes féminines qui travaillent sur les technologies numériques. Ces quatre jours seront donc l’occasion de découvrir des œuvres qui utilisent les possibilités du numérique ou interrogent notre rapport à ces nouvelles technologies.


Se succéderont ainsi autour du bassin de l’impasse de Flesselles et sur la scène du Théâtre Les Ateliers des artistes d’horizons divers comme la Néerlandaise Annie Abrahams, pionnière de la performance en réseau, la Française installée en Belgique Lucille Calmel ou encore la Canadienne Sonia Paço-Rocchia. Fidèle à son esprit d’ouverture et de mélange des genres, le Lavoir public recevra également des couples d’artistes homme/femme (dont Adrien Monod et Claire Bardainne), le Women Multimedia Network (WMN) pour une soirée clubbing ou encore des représentants d’institutions culturelles et associatives pour une conférence autour de la question des technologies et du genre. Une programmation qui devrait permettre d’en finir avec les clichés et de se familiariser avec ces nouvelles formes d’expression artistique qui trouvent leurs racines dans une culture populaire en pleine expansion.

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autodissociate me - mary bond selfies - femininity, with it's associations of sensuality, eroticism, and frivolity

autodissociate me - mary bond selfies - femininity, with it's associations of sensuality, eroticism, and frivolity | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

"femininity, with it's associations of sensuality, eroticism, and frivolity, provides a ready alternative to the old preoccupation with such masculine qualities as social responsibility and moral seriousness."...

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#Call for Submissions - All Byte: Feminist Intersections in #VideoArt

#Call for Submissions - All Byte: Feminist Intersections in #VideoArt | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
All Byte: Feminist Intersections in Video Art, April 9 – July 10, 2016Franklin Street Works: Call for Video Submissions. Deadline March 13 Franklin Street Works is curating an exhibition of video works that are informed by intersectional approaches found in feminist scholarship, which have sparked discussions in arts/artist communities around oppression and privilege.  With this in mind,…
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Subverting Mass Media: The Collection of the Girls of the Internet Museum Accentuates Sincerity by Alexis Avedisian

Subverting Mass Media: The Collection of the Girls of the Internet Museum Accentuates Sincerity by Alexis Avedisian | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Gaby Cepeda, an independent curator based in Lima, Peru, founded the Girls of the Internet Museum as a way to archive Internet works made by an international group of women. Controlled and personified, social media has become a haven for feminist exploration; artists are now carefully constructing the ways in which their bodies are presented and consumed. Cepeda discusses how these practices are reconstructing the self-as-performance, allowing artists to consider gender identity, politics, and emotional relationships through the openness of virtual communities...

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An artful response to Wikipedia's gender gap | Art+#Feminism’s 2015 - By Liz Pelly

An artful response to Wikipedia's gender gap |  Art+#Feminism’s 2015 - By Liz Pelly | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

There are worlds within Wikipedia, but in a larger sense, Wikipedia is also a reflection of the world. Power structures and inequalities included.

“Women, people of color, and members of marginalized communities have not historically always been represented in public discourse,” says Katherine Maher, Chief Communications Officer of Wikimedia, the foundation that runs Wikipedia. “Whether in the media, or in research, or in non-fiction work, because their voices have not always been heard or told.”

Because Wikipedia works by citations of secondary sources, these voices also do not end up reflected thoroughly on Wikipedia – which essentially mirrors the information that is easily available in the world.

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Deep Lab documentary & book (2014) - by The STUDIO at CMU - #feminism

Deep Lab is a congress of cyberfeminist researchers, organized by STUDIO Fellow Addie Wagenknecht to examine how the themes of privacy, security, surveillance, anonymity, and large-scale data aggregation are problematized in the arts, culture and society. During the second week of December 2014, the Deep Lab participants—a group of internationally acclaimed new-media artists, information designers, data scientists, software engineers, hackers, writers, journalists and theoreticians—gathered to engage in critical assessments of contemporary digital culture. They worked collaboratively at the STUDIO in an accelerated pressure project, blending aspects of a hackathon, charrette, and a micro-conference.


http://studioforcreativeinquiry.org/projects/deep-lab

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The All-Women #Hacker Collective Making Art About the Post-#Snowden Age

The All-Women #Hacker Collective Making Art About the Post-#Snowden Age | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it


“There is something about the internet that isn’t working anymore,” is the line that opens filmmaker Jonathan Minard’s short documentary on Deep Lab—a group of women hackers, artists, and theorists who gathered at Carnegie Mellon University in December to answer the question of what, exactly, that disquieting “something” is. The film premieres on Motherboard today.


What Deep Lab represents is just as hard to pin down as the “something” invoked in the opening minutes of Minard’s short film. Is it a book, a lecture series, or Minard’s documentary—all of which were put together in under a month? Is it an ethos? Is it feminist? Is Deep Lab a charrette, a dugnad, or a “congress,” as its participants called it?

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#Hacktivism: the Art of Practicing Life and Computer Hacking for #Feminist #Activism | By Christina Haralanova

#Hacktivism: the Art of Practicing Life and Computer Hacking for #Feminist #Activism | By Christina Haralanova | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Life is hacking. And hacking is the art of constantly learning about the artifacts that surround us throughout our lives. For instance, a child practices hacking all day long by touching, exploring, tasting, smelling, breaking things. A child approaches every leaf, piece of wood or spinning-top with a sense of curiosity and concentration. This is the art of practicing Life through hacking as a value and a principle of learning and doing.

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old boys network OBN [the mode is the message - the code is the collective] / #Cyberfeminism

old boys network OBN [the mode is the message - the code is the collective] / #Cyberfeminism | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

OBN stands for Old Boys Network. OBN is regarded as the first international Cyberfeminist alliance and was founded in 1997 in Berlin. Since the early days the network keeps changing due to changing members. OBN is a real and a virtual coalition of Cyberfeminists. Under the umbrella of the term 'Cyberfeminism', OBN contributes to the critical discourse on new media, especially focussing on its gender-specific aspects.

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30+ Organizations for Women in Technology by Kira M. Newman

30+ Organizations for Women in Technology by Kira M. Newman | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Being a woman in technology has its challenges, but feeling alone shouldn’t be one of them. Whether you’re a girl, a woman, or a grrl, the 20 organizations below can help you get connected with other entrepreneurs, designers, and developers; get help with coding, marketing, and fundraising; or just get inspired. And these are only the tip of the iceberg, with tons of local clubs, meetups, and organizations cheering on lady technologists. ...

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#Call for paper / Appel de texte - ZERO FUTURE - The HTMlles 11 | Feminist festival of media arts + digital culture

#Call for paper / Appel de texte - ZERO FUTURE - The HTMlles 11 | Feminist festival of media arts + digital culture | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

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L’Institut Genre, sexualité et féminisme (IGSF) de l’Université McGill est heureux d’inviter à la candidature de propositions de présentations pour un colloque d’un jour intitulé « ZÉR0 FUTUR ». L’événement est associé au festival féministe d’arts médiatiques + de culture numérique Les HTMlles 11 « ZÉR0 FUTUR », produit par le Studio XX et se tenant du 7 au 15 novembre à Montréal, Canada. Les HTMlles est une plateforme internationale dédiée à la présentation d’œuvres d’arts médiatiques indépendantes créées par des artistes s’auto-identifiant comme femmes, trans ou dissidents et dissidentes du genre, dans un environnement transdisciplinaire, axé sur l’anti-oppression.

Le vendredi 7 novembre 2014
Un colloque d’un jour associé à

Les HTMlles 11 | ZÉR0 FUTUR
Festival féministe d’arts médiatiques + de culture numérique

Conjointement organisé par l’Institut Genre, sexualité et féminisme (IGSF) à l’Université McGill, Media@McGill, Les HTMlles 11 et le Studio XX.


The McGill Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies (IGSF) is pleased to invite presentation proposals for a one-day conference entitled “ZER0 FUTURE”. The conference is associated with The HTMlles 11 “ZER0 FUTURE” feminist festival of media arts + digital culture, produced by Studio XX held November 7-15 in Montreal, Canada. The HTMlles is an international platform dedicated to the presentation of women’s, trans and gender non-conforming artists’ independent media artworks in a transdisciplinary environment that strives for anti-oppression.

Friday, November 7, 2014
A day-long conference associated with

The HTMlles 11 | ZER0 FUTURE
Feminist festival of media arts + digital culture

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