I am giving a talk on the 27th of September at Chelsea College. The talk is titled Experimenting, Curating and Commissioning: LEA, a Case for Art Experimentation in The Age of Social Media. A presentation by Lanfanco Aceti, followed by a conversation with Prof. David Garcia, September 27, 2012. LEA at Chelsea College for the CCW Graduate School Public Research Program. 5:30 – 7:00pm Thursday
I am glad to present another publication of the Leonardo Electronic Almanac, DAC09, available on Amazon. DAC09: After Media: Embodiment and Context, Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Volume 17 Issue 2 ISBN: 978-1-906897-16-1 ISSN: 1071-4391 Senior Editors for this volume: Lanfranco Aceti and Simon Penny Vol 17 Issue 2 of Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA) is published on line as a free PDF but will also be rolled
Charles Csuri exhibited a new version of his artwork Random War (1966) on the Media Facade of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb. Csuri was one of the artists that I selected and curated for the exhibition titled Dislocations that was part of the Official Parallel Program of the 12th Istanbul Biennial and of ISEA2011 Istanbul.
Mathias Fuchs and Jeff Conefry exhibited at the Media Facade of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb. borderline (machinima video) by Mathias Fuchs was one of the artworks that I selected and curated for the exhibition titled Dislocations that was part of the Official Parallel Program of the 12th Istanbul Biennial and of ISEA2011 Istanbul. Senior curators: Lanfranco Aceti and Tihomir Milovac. Within
Danielle Roney and Jeff Conefry exhibited Opposing Views at the Media Facade of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb. Opposing Views (2008) by Danielle Roney and Jeff Conefry was one of the artworks that I selected and curated for the exhibition titled Dislocations that was part of the Official Parallel Program of the 12th Istanbul Biennial and of ISEA2011 Istanbul. Senior curators: Lanfranco
Artistic Squatting is an art exhibition that virtually 'invaded' Google's Headquarters. The exhibition started in 2009 and is still available to be visited on Google's virtual grounds without need for 'permission or forms of identification'. This is what I always liked about contemporary digital media: the virtual impossibility of stopping a process of participation and layering of concepts over the institutionally framed hierarchies.
'Visible from Space' by Paul Catanese was the first exhibition I worked on for the LEA Digital Media Platform as senior curator together with Christiane Paul. It has been since the end of 2010 a continuous feature of LEA thanks to the curator, Vince Dziekan. As I put order in my personal archive of curatorial projects, I look fondly upon this collaboration, particularly
Far and Wide: Nam June Paik, Leonardo Electronic Almanac Leonardo Electronic Almanac in collaboration with FACT (Foundation for Art Creative Technology) and following an exhibition organized by FACT and Tate Liverpool on Nam June Paik announces a special issue titled: Far and Wide: Nam June Paik. LEA Call: FAR AND WIDE. This issue explores the role of Nam June Paik in shaping the future vision
UNDER CONSTRUCTION CONSTANTLY: EVOLUTIONARY PROCESS OR TECHNOLOGICAL CATCHING UP? THE DAMNATION OF NEW MEDIA CONTENT PRODUCERS ACROSS MULTIPLE PLATFORMS ABSTRACT If you are a content producer the relationship with the continuous technological developments is one regulated by frustrations, challenges and excitements. To set up a framework that is both stable and permanent over the Internet is an oxymoron. The reasons that are behind this particular
I am now finally able to put in order all of my abstracts and articles. I have decided to start with the abstracts of papers published over the years. It will be a job that will take several months since most papers need reviewing and updating. Something to look forward to with the hope of achieving both a digital archive of activities that took place over the