pedagogy and education in art/science/technology 2

entertaining and increadibly informative at the same, the mini-lectures by Ben Schumacher andStephen Morris, respectively a physicist specialized in quantum physics and a physicist specialized in patterns formations in fluid represented what I would have loved to see in a science professor but didn’t and ended up in literature. through […]

June 4: pedagogy and education in art/science/technology

unlike the previous day, which featured a variety of fairly diverse projects and collaborations, many of the saturday and sunday’s  presentations and demonstrations seemed to focus  on educational concerns whose outcomes eventually contributed to both fields involved (mainly science and the arts) in unexpected ways. For instance, the goal of […]

June 2 Phenomena- a journey around audiovisual art-science

Although it launched without a defined theme linking all the presentations and performances, Subtle Technologies maintained a structure that has proven quite successful in its previous instances: it comprised of a screening, a performance, an exhibition and a symposium rich of the most diverse projects and collaborations.  To kick off […]

Location and information

  Mediateca Santa Teresa, Via della Moscova 28, Milano Visualizzazione ingrandita della mappa Milano Public Transportation website: http://www.atm-mi.it/en/Pages/default.aspx Submission of Full Papers Papers (no more than 2500 words) will be required by December 23rd, 2010. Papers received after this date will not be published. Full details of copy-ready requirements will […]

New Media Art Education & Research 3: Always Already New

Planetary Collegium, M-Node & NABA Media Design & New Media Art Symposium in collaboration with Noema and Mediateca Santa Teresa present New Media Art Education & Research 3: Always Already New Thinking Media, Subversing Feeling, Scaffolding Knowledge: Art and Education in the Praxis of Transformation curated by Francesco Monico December 16 – 18, 2010 Mediateca Santa Teresa, […]

Material on the conference topics

Here some links about the conference’s topics. For any suggestions please, get in touch with conferences -/at\- noemalab.org Share, Share Widely (2005) A Conference on New Media Education Art of Free Cooperation Book: The Art of Free Cooperation. Ed. by Trebor Scholz and Geert Lovink. Autonomedia, 2007 http://www.autonomedia.org/node/41 Media Arts Scoping Studies (2009) The […]

Interviewing New Media Art Didactics

  [ITA] “Interviewing new media art didactics” è un ciclo di interviste effettuate a docenti che insegnano discipline afferenti al rapporto tra arte e tecnologia in Italia. Il progetto, a cura di Alessio Chierico, raccoglie le testimonianze e le prospettive di ogni docente intervistato, per inquadrare la situazione della didattica nel contesto […]

Ethics 2

2) A second type of ethics concern was raised by a number of arists involved in the exhibition “Transbiotics” and by scholars working at the intersection between art and research. A problem that has been widely discussed (see the recent book Tactical Biopolitics 2008, MIT press ) but that won’t […]

Ethics 1

In the context of the main theme of the conference and the exhibition, the issue of ethics emerged following two directions: 1) ethics in pondering the figure of the hybrid, the entanglement of zoe and bio, the intersection of bio and info. 

In the first case, Zylinska suggests that we […]

blurring the boundaries: ideas and implications

During a panel dedicated to “sensations in worlds…”  Thomas Lamarre paraphrased Gabriel Tarderegarding the issue of social textures and, in particular, the divide between things in the world and things of the mind: in opposition to Durkheim, who posited a preexisting divide between individual and society that must be mediated […]

the Fold

As Daina Tainina claimed early on during her intervention, it is not sufficient to write about the intersection of meanings, words and material. Rather, it is necessary to make these intersections happen, by concretely practicing or experiencing such intersections, in the same way Leibniz did with calculus,  an attempt at […]