Come to the Real Space Electronic Art exhibition this Friday. Details in the link below.
Emerging Practices is an interdisciplinary initiative between the departments of Media Study, Visual Studies, and Architecture at the University at Buffalo
The MFA in Fine Arts with a focus in Emerging Practices (EP) is a joint effort between the departments of Visual Studies, Media Study and Architecture at the University at Buffalo, which are committed to exploring the interdisciplinary space between emerging technologies and the arts. Emerging Practices students focus on exploring the technical, tactical, cultural and communicative potential of emerging technologies such as interactive multi-media, electronic installation, networked telematic communication, robotics, three-dimensional simulation, biotechnology, and algorithmic image synthesis. Typically, artists and art/media programs are defined by the media forms they employ. However, we choose not to define practice based on a medium in favor of a broader strategy of techno-cultural investigation that continuously re-defines its object. Guiding faculty include Marc Bolen, Jordan Geiger, Stephanie Rothenberg, Teri Rueb, Mark Shepard, Paul Vanouse,
Come to the Real Space Electronic Art exhibition this Friday. Details in the link below.
BEAP is having a meeting on Tuesday February 16th at 2pm in CFA 265 (DMS grad lounge) to discuss plans for the semester. Join us to listen and contribute.
Fictional Worlds/Possible Futures: Philo-Fiction as Method, DEC 1st & 2nd
Hosted by The Department of Media Study, SUNY at Buffalo with The New Centre for Research & Practice
This two-part event explores fictional worlds and possible futures with François Laruelle’s philo-fiction as a method of practice and theory.
Part I: Talk & Discussion, Worlds of What Could Have Been: Philo-Fiction as Method, the Archive, and Conceptual Invention‘ by Ben Woodard & Tony Yanick (New Centre for Research and Practice). Dec 1st, 7PM @ SUNY Buffalo, Department of Media Study, Room: CFA 112 (with Livestream/ Digital Participation hosted by the New Centre for Research & Practice). Come join and discuss!
Part II: Philo-Fiction Performance lab by Yvette Granata & Shane Farrell (SUNY Buffalo). Dec 2, 6PM @ Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, (email [email protected] to sign up as a participant)
In this philo-fiction lab, we will introduce a framework for the practice of possible worlds through the collective creation of crypto-personas and invite participants to perform radical fictions with us. While non-philosophy is a practice that uses philosophy as a material, and becomes thought-in-action, in this workshop our material will be the found strangeness of cryptopersonas of the deeb web. We will operationalize non-philosophy’s method as a collective art practice of crypto-persona proliferation. After an introduction to our collection of cryptopersona material, we will collectively identify elements that will become our material for the exploration of the cryptopersona through public thinking/movement. Our aim is to perform a collective radical strangeness as a way of exploring political and conceptual possibles.
Folks can sign up as performance participants by emailing me: [email protected]
Hey Emerging Practice Folks! If you're working with the body and technology think about submitting something to this show, Phantom Vibrations. The deadline for submissions is January 31st!
“Every body contains in itself a phantom (perhaps the body itself is a phantom).” – Paul Schilder, The Image and Appearance of the Human Body
Semesters over! Time to work on our side projects.....
Forget what you know about disability. Introducing Viktoria Modesta, the world's first bionic pop artist. #BornRisky
Media Geographies Final Project Critiques, Day Two: in situ mobile media works at Central Terminal on Buffalo's East Side.
Media Geographies class Final Project critiques at Central Terminal, with train coming through.
EP grads still talking about Adam's memorable visit!
Announcing a public lecture and discussion with Adam Zaretsky, Monday, November 10, 1:00-2:30 PM, Center for the Arts, Room 146. This lecture has been sponsored by Emerging Practices in the Arts, a Humanities Institute research group. Obesity and the Bolus of the Beyond: A Sociopolitical Reading of Metabolic Syndrome The way Zaretsky describes his artistic practice is by comparing it with sculpting with living material. [ 404 more words. ]
Hey EPers! Anyone gonna be in the NYC area this weekend? Check out Paul Vanouse's talk and workshops at GenSpace. As of the other day, there were still open slots for the workshop. Check out the GenSpace website for more details.
Anyone in or going to the Boston area this weekend? Check out DMS Prof. Teri Rueb's 'Other Order,' a locative audio project focusing on the mediated landscape.
DMS Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Teri Rueb launches her new sound walk Other Order at Harverd University's Arnold Arboretum on Saturday October 18. The project is described as "a mobile sound experience set in the spontaneous landscape of Bussey Brook Meadow at the Arnold Arboretum. "…
Also!!! Tomorrow night's event will be preceded, at 6pm, by a full Emerging Practices meeting, also at Squeaky, facilitated UB Art by faculty representative Paul Vanouse. We will be discussing future EP events, including possible visiting artists and skill-share tech workshops.
This meeting is open to all who are interested in what the EP Graduate Research Forum does!
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Hear + Know is a reprise of the now-annual meeting of the minds sponsored by Squeaky Wheel and the UB’s Department of Art and Department of Media Study, in collaboration with Emerging Practices and Buffalo Emerging Art Practice. Join us for a Pecha Kucha-style evening, as ten artists and media pract…
Testing, testing. Is this thing on? So EP is back this Fall semester with a new line up of lectures, events, and workshops, kicking off on the 26th with our semi-annual Here+Now pechakucha event at Squeaky Wheel and a lecture/workshop with Catts and Zurr of Tissue Culture. More details to come, but it's going to be a great year!
Hey friends and colleagues, though you've likely heard about it through many channels at this point, UB DMS Emerging Practices PhD grad Paul Lloyd Sargent (the human typing this message) has officially launched his Erie Basin Meets Erie Basin, Vol. III: #ArtificialCorridors dérive project for this summer, intent upon traveling between Buffalo and NYC. If all goes well, the trash-filled boat will embark from Rich Marina this Wednesday (late morning? early afternoon?) to aim for Lockport, NY, by nightfall. Follow the project on its own FB page, Twitter etc by "Liking" the page. In the meantime, here's a snap of the trash "donated" by in the launch event, "HEY NYC! TAKE BACK YR SH#T!," at Silo City this past Saturday.
So the boat christening/launch of #ArtificialCorridors on Saturday went great! Thanks to all who came out. And NYC, Buffalo has something for you...
It's the Winter 2014 Here+Now: Media Artist Showcase event, Friday at 7pm at Squeaky Wheel!
Featuring presentations by VS grads Mark Snyder, Avye Alexandres, and Stacey Robinson and DMS grads Laura Curry, Sergio Nieto, and Paul Lloyd Sargent. Invite your friends to this free public event. There will even be beer!
See flier for more details.
TUESDAY!!! Audio/video artist ART JONES -- Tues, Nov 26th, 6-8 PM, CFA 146
Art Jones works with film, digital video, audio, and hybrid media. He has been exhibiting since 1991, and achieved early recognition in the 1993 Whitney Biennial. Jones’ films/videos, CD-ROMs, live audio/video mixes and installations are often concerned with the interrelationships between popular music, visual culture, history, and power. Jones has collaborated with musicians and artists including Soundlab, DJ Spooky, That Subliminal Kid, Philipp Virus with Alec Empire, Teleseen, Amiri Baraka, Femmes with Fatal Breaks and Anti-Pop Consortium. He has carried out projects in many locations, including Austria, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Portugal, Mexico, and others all over the world. Jones has also been organizing community-based projects and engaging with diverse audiences since 1993.
The UB Emerging Practices Graduate Research Forum presents its 2013 fall speaker series with Mary Mattingly, Art Jones and Renée Ridgway.
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Here & Now: Media Artist Showcase | Squeaky Wheel Buffalo Media Resources
A collaborative presentation by Squeaky Wheel, the Department of Media Study, Visual Studies, the Emerging Practices Graduate Forum, and the University at Buffalo Art Gallery.
Great talk on networks and border bumping by Julian Oliver, Techne Institute Artist-in-Residence at University at Buffalo this week!
Julian's work will be featured in the upcoming Media Cities exhibition opening May 4th in Buffalo, NY
Please join "Conversations on Emerging Practices" this Friday at HIGH NOON! Artist John Craig Freeman will show examples and discuss his work in place-based virtual augmented reality.
FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 12-2:00PM
CENTER FOR THE ARTS, ROOM 215, SUNY BUFFALO
"Whereas the public square was once the quintessential place to air grievances, display solidarity, express difference, celebrate similarity, remember, mourn and reinforce shared values of right and wrong, it is no longer the only anchor for interactions in the public realm. That geography has been relocated to a novel terrain; one that encourages exploration of mobile location based public art. Moreover, public space is now truly open, as artworks can be placed anywhere in the world, without prior permission from government or private authorities–with profound implications for art in the public sphere and the discourse that surrounds it."
EcoArtTech talk about their new mobile media app "Indeterminate Hikes+" at "Conversations on Emerging Practices" last week!
French curator Jens Hauser's lecture "Transhistorical Perspectives on Biotechnological Art" at the "Conversation on Emerging Practices" series in February.
Here + Now Media Artist Showcase | Squeaky Wheel Buffalo Media Resources
Join us for an evening with 9 media artists currently living and working in the Western NY region. See their work, learn about their practice, and exchange ideas. Consider this a more in-depth take on Pecha Kucha Nights, featuring under-10-minute art presentations by Brandon Barr, Tra Bouscaren, De...
Several faculty, Phd/grads and alumni from the Departments of Visual Studies, Media Study and Architecture made their way out to the enchanted desert landscape of northern New Mexico for the 2012 International Symposia on Electronic Art (ISEA). The International Symposia on Electronic Art is one of the most important academic gatherings on electronic art world-wide, bringing together the worlds of art and science. Each year the festival takes place in a different global location. This year’s theme “Machine Wilderness” referenced the “New Mexico region as an area of rapid growth and technology within vast expanses of open land, and presents visions of a more humane interaction between technology and wilderness in which machines can take many forms to support life on Earth.” The festival was divided into the subthemes Radical Cosmologies, Trans-Species Habitats, Dynamobilities and Econotopias which was directed by Dept of Visual Studies Professor Stephanie Rothenberg focused on emerging creative economies.
Student participation included current Media Study PhD grad Paul Sargent and grads Laura Curry and Jordan Dalton. Visual Studies alumni included Alice Alexandrescu, Tim Scaffidi, Marc Tomko, Caitlin Cass. Media Study alumni included Anna Schime, Liz Flyntz and Cayden Mak.
Faculty included Visual Studies professors Paul Vanouse , Joan Linder and Stephanie Rothenberg; Media Study professors Teri Rueb, Marc Bolen and Josephine Anstey and Architecture professor Jordan Geiger.
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