3rd Inclusiva-net meeting: NET.ART (SECOND EPOCH). The Evolution of Artistic Creation in the Net-system
place: Centro Cultural de España en Buenos Aires
The third meeting of the Inclusiva-net plattform, takes place on March 2 through 6, 2009, at the Centro Cultural de España (Cultural Centre of Spain) in Buenos Aires (Paraná 1159). It comprises a set of seminars, a series of communications chosen from a public call for proposals, and debate sessions, aiming to develop an analysis of the current situation of artistic practices on the Web from various theoretical and critical perspectives.
The encounter is directed by Juan Martin Prada. With the participation of Josephine Bosma, Steve Dietz, Gustavo Romano, Brian Mackern, Arcángel Constantini, Lucas Bambozzi, Daniel García Andújar, Franz Thalmair (cont3xt.net), Marisa Olson, Michael Mandiberg, Guadalupe Aguiar Masuelli, Lila Pagola, Curt Cloninger and Patricia Gouveia.
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March 2 through 6, 2009
Venue: Centro Cultural de España en Buenos Aires [Paraná 1159, Buenos Aires]
Organized by Medialab-Prado and the Centro Cultural de España (Cultural Centre of Spain) in Buenos Aires.
Statement (the organizers)
This third meeting of the Inclusiva-net platform aims to develop an analysis of the current situation of artistic practices on the web from various theoretical and critical perspectives. It will comprise a set of seminars, a series of communications chosen from a public call for proposals, and debate sessions. Throughout the meeting, many topics will be addressed including questions such as: Can we speak of a second epoch in net.art? What do the new art forms based on on/off-line hybridization contribute? What critical reflection do new manifestations of digital creations in networks offer us? What are the new relations between creation and dissention?
Themes for the meeting
- The evolution of artistic creation on the Internet, seen from the perspectives of Art History and Criticism, Aesthetics, Anthropology and Communication Theory.
- Net.art in the Latin American context.
- Net.art: criticism and curatorship. Recent initiatives and fundamental paths in the development of curatorship.
- New orientations related to institutions that manage the world of art and online artistic practices. The phenomenon of their disappearance from biennales and major international contemporary art exhibits.
- Beyond the Internet. From “net.art” to the new hybrid forms of “networked art”. From the computer screen to new portable networked devices.
- Developments in software art on Web 2.0.
- Artistic approaches related to the semantic web.
- “Amateur” audiovisual creativity in social networks.
- Blog-art. Artistic thought in experimental appropriation of blogs.
- Artistic proposals and metaverses. 3D social networks as new spaces for artistic intervention.
- The social and critical dimension of artistic practices on the Web. New developments in the relationship between art and online activism.
- The creative dimension of new social organizational behaviour through networks: from “flash mobs” to politicized “swarming”.