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Subject:

Progression, 2 October 2004

From:

Kaye Winwood <[log in to unmask]>

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Kaye Winwood <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 27 Sep 2004 16:28:05 +0100

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Please circulate.  Apologies for cross posting

progression 
2 October 2004, 10-6


progression is the second seminar in the hothaus series and will explore the
creative potential of technologies using examples from interdisciplinarity,
collaboration, programming, choreography and supercomputing.

Speakers include Simon Yuill, Dr Gregory Sporton and Robert Sharl, Matthew
Gough, Michelle Kasprzak and Axel Roch.  The chair is Sadie Plant (UK).

The hothaus series provides a platform to discuss pertinent issues within
contemporary media arts practice and theory.  The objective of the series is
to create a discursive forum for people interested in new forms of art,
curation and distribution.  The exploration of the use of technology within
artistic practice, interaction and participation, emergence, curation,
distribution and interdisciplinary practice will run as key themes and
issues throughout the series.

To reserve a place, or for further information, please call 0121 233 4061,
or email [log in to unmask]

Venue:    Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, University of Central
England, Bournville, Birmingham
Cost:       30/20/10 (orgs/indivs/concs) including lunch

The hothaus series is a collaboration between Vivid and University of
Central England.  The proceedings from the seminars will be published in
2005.

The hothaus series has received support from  Arts Council England.




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Vivid is the Birmingham based production lab for media arts. Vivid
prioritises the research and development needs of media practitioners and
artists, through providing access to a wide range of new media, video and
audio production facilities, supported by personal and commissioned project
development.

the hothaus project is committed to fostering experimentation and innovation
in media arts through commissioning and developing new work.

hothaus is funded by Arts Council England.

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