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Gwangju Design Biennale

The city of Gwangju is to be hosting a major international event, the Gwangju Design Biennale 2005, with the purpose of exploring the vibrant emerging culture and world of design at the dawn of the 21st Century.

VI MEDIA - Call for entries

So, on for the unit of impact in art! Science knows ‘ions’, ‘electrons’, ‘neutrons’. Let be ‘attractions’ in art!
The technical term signifying assembling of machines, water-pipes, and lathes migrated to everyday language from industrial usage.
The beautiful word ‘montage’ signifies assembling.
If the word isn’t still fashionable it has all chances to become common. Well!

Hybrid: Living in Paradox - Ars Electronica 2005

Digitization and globalization are bringing about worldwide processes of restructuring and intermingling of cultures, identities, disciplines and previously discrete fields, specialties and domains. The rapid ongoing abrogation of boundaries and fusions in art, technology and society will occupy the focal point of the 2005 Ars Electronica Festival.

VideoDance - Call for entries

VideoDance started five years ago as an international dance film festival, but soon it widened up to include more kinds of experiment on movement and the moving image.
Celebrating this year its 6th edition, it welcomes your entries on dance films, experimental film using movement as its main material, video-installations, video-performances and live improvisation on image and sound.

WRO 05

WRO 05 – the reviewing process continues – program preparations are coming to an end.

Biennale of Sydney announces new curator

Biennale of Sydney announces new curator – Charles Merewether In the midst of the 2004 Biennale of Sydney, Sydney’s three-month celebration of the best and boldest international contemporary art, Luca Belgiorno-Nettis, Chairman of the Biennale of Sydney, has announced Charles Merewether as the new curator for the next Biennale of Sydney in 2006.

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