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6th Marrakech Biennale

The curatorial concept of this year’s biennial starts the premise of the designated title for the Biennale: Not New Now. It aims to provide for an intellectual framework that unites multiple arenas of art and cultures by looking at it from the particular location and history of the city of Marrakech. It builds on a longstanding history of Pan Afro-Arab unity, through critically investigating socio political projects, cultural partnerships, and art movements that have led to many shared artistic tendencies.

4th International Association for Visual Culture Biennial Conference

THE SOCIAL is the title of the 4th International Association for Visual Culture Biennial Conference (IAVC2016@Boston) held at Boston University September 29, 30 and October 1, 2016. The conference IAVC2016@Boston invites international collaborations, papers and events on post-democracy, post-society, anger, violence, future visions, crisis, zombie democracies, social media, neo-slavery, post-capitalism, post-data, social evolution, revolution, actionism, post-state, interventionism, cannibalizing corporativism, post-colonialism, economic vampirism, neo-serfs, globalized thievery, art activism, red art, insurrectional art and social exploitation.

Artificial Life 2016

As part of its arts and culture program The 15th International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems (ALIFE 2016) will host an exhibition of artificial life and other electronic artworks, such as video- and sound-based installations as well as agent-based systems and tangible interfaces. The aim is to showcase artworks related to the conference theme of “Artificial Life and Society.” During the exhibition renowned artist Ken Rinaldo will premiere a new installation that was commissioned specifically for this year’s conference: a series of breathing sound and projection mapped sculptures that connect to real time weather data and then cascade to complex soundscapes.

Iconoclastic Controversies

On Saturday 23 January NeMe invites you to the exhibition Iconoclastic Controversies: A visual sociology of statues and commemoration sites in the southern regions of Cyprus by Nico Carpentier and to the accompanying seminar, Monuments and Memorials as rhetoric / Objectivity as male.

ShararaTech Challenge

This is a call for proposals for tech-based artworks that represent innovative water or energy solutions for self-reliance of communities in or around the Mediterranean.

Algorave at NeMe Arts Centre

Iannis Zannos (SuperCollider) and Yiannis Christidis (Guitar) will perform an Algorave at the NeMe Arts Center on Monday, November 2, at 9:30pm.

Two Worlds: Determine the sound installation tonight!

Two Worlds is a project co-organised by NeMe, the Cyprus University of Technology (School of Fine and Applied Arts) and the Department of Audio and Visual Arts of the Ionian University focusing on some of the of issues related to migration.

Two Worlds

Two Worlds is a project co-organised by NeMe, the Cyprus University of Technology (School of Fine and Applied Arts) and the Department of Audio and Visual Arts of the Ionian University focusing on some of the of issues related to migration.


IDIOSYNCRASIES.CY investigates a selection of distinctive features, thoughts, oddities or modes of behaviour that we all have assumed are particular to Cyprus and its social landscape. These local, so called truisms, are often humorous confessions of the unconventional. However, in many cases, these commonplace phrases have become enmeshed in our social fabric revealing apathy, prejudice and stereotypic racism, intolerance of difference and discrimination, self censorship and the willingness to passively accept many forms of injustice, such as corruption, repression and cruelty.

SCREENGRAB 7 - International Media Art Award

SCREENGRAB is now entering its seventh year with an international call out for the AU$10,000 Media Arts Prize and the companion exhibition to be held in December 2015 for short listed applicants.

SCREENGRAB is looking for challenging and provocative works by media arts practitioners and theorists working in screen based media on the theme of RESISTANCE. All interpretations of resistance will be considered: the politics of resistance, the physics of resistance, the messiness of resistance, the urgency of resistance – and all its private, political and social connotations, (see the theme abstract below).

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