Archive for March 2004

onedotzero8 submission deadline extended

Selection starts shortly for onedotzero8, the eighth edition of the London-based world-touring pixel-fest. Chris Shepherd’s animate! work Dad’s Dead and Dan Saul’s The Nuclear Train were both included in last year’s global circumnavigation.

Submission deadline extended to 19 March 2004.

for submission form www.onedotzero.com
Cris Shepherd’’s animate! film, details on animateonline Dad’s Dead
Dan [...]

NOW! the movie

World filmmakers are asked to contribute to the first ever co-operatively made and collectively owned cinema feature film, an intensely formed work about sustainable development.

Anyone anywhere can register, shoot and then submit digital footage for possible inclusion in “a powerful and inspiring snapshot view of the world today as seen through the eyes of a [...]

Turbulence net.art competition

Five net.art commissions for the Turbulence website are offered in a juried international competition.

Turbulence (New Radio and Performing Arts Inc) has been supporting artists’ exploration of the internet since 1996. Currently, together with the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, they are seeking five new projects “that will experiment with new forms of interdisciplinary [...]

This much is certain

A timely month-long event at the Royal College of Art about the significance of the document and the documentary in contemporary life and art.

The art exhibition, film programme, talks and online material deal with media control versus narrative construction and our inability to establish how much is certain any more. The rich line-up of films [...]

ZEBRA poetry film award

Entries are requested for the second ZEBRA Poetry Film Award, a section of the Berlin 2004 Poetry Festival.

The ZEBRA Poetry Film Award takes place in Berlin 1 - 4 July 2004 and is probably the world’s largest viewing forum for short films relating to poetry in terms of content, aesthetics or form. Entries must be [...]

Internet Excursions

Texture mapping - a simple but uncanny and revealing online tool from Tate Modern. Make the pigment texture and depth jump to life in two Auerbach paintings as you move a light source around them. Then click on ‘Technical details’ to find out more about the process behind this virtual light map. www.tate.org.uk/collections/ptm/ [...]