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SPECTROPIA 2008

http://www.neme.org/blog/spectropia-2008

Art+Communication X

… Electromagnetic fields are biologically active. Emitting from every electronic device, electromagnetic fields affect our body and the living nature. They interact with the natural emissions and intersect the boundaries of our planet. Invisible and omnipresent, electromagnetic fields have become ghosts of the modern world…

The 10th edition of the international festival “Art+Communication”, organised by RIXC, will take place in October 16-19, 2008, in Riga, Latvia. Entitled SPECTROPIA, this year festival exhibition continues artistic explorations within the invisible space of electromagnetic spectrum surrounding us.

The festival programme will feature 3-day SPECTROPIA exhibition with live events, workshops and artists presentations. It will be accompanied by international conference, performances, film and video screenings.

CALL

We invite you to send a brief description of the work, links, your bio and other relevant information, to: rixc@rixc.lv

There are no restrictions, however, we would prefer work which is in process/
performative/ in action, requires artist’s assistance and possibly visitor’s
participation/ action though the work can be demonstrated as well.

Event dates: October 16-19, 2008 in Riga, Latvia.

CONTACT INFO

RIXC, Centre for New Media Culture
11. Novembra krastmala 35-201
Riga, LV 1050
LATVIA

 
 
 
 
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