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Radiator Symposium - Early Bird Booking ending this week!

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Anette Schäfer <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 8 Dec 2008 23:33:35 +0100

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Dear All,

below is our announcement for the 4th Radiator Festival, taking place in Nottingham coming January. Some of regular list members have been involved or are currently involved in Radiator and I therefore hope this announcement below is of interest to you.

This coming Radiator is looking at the theme of space, in particular city and how both have changed through digital networks. However, the works presented are concerned with the consequences and effects media technologies have on our physical spaces and interestingly enough, often don’t employ any media technologies of their own.

I'm looking forward to seeing some of you’re here,
Best regards,

Anette Schäfer
Trampoline/Radiator




// Radiator Symposium - Early Bird Booking ends Fri 12. Dec 08 /////


RADIATOR FESTIVAL & SYMPOSIUM

1. Symposium Participants
2. Symposium Details
3. Festival Participants
4. Book your travel to Radiator: Flights for 5€ all incl.
5. Contact Details
6. Funders & Partners

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1. PARTICIPANTS IN THE RADIATOR SYMPOSIUM ‘Exploits in the Wireless City’:
Saul Albert: Co-organiser of Dorkbot, and co-founder of The People Speak, UK
Richard Barbrook: Critic of the neo-liberal cyber-elite, University of Westminster,
Department of Politics & IR, UK
Duncan Campbell: Freelance Investigative Journalist, UK
David Crouch: Professor Emeritus in Cultural Geography and Senior Research Fellow at the University of Derby, UK
Neil Cummings : Professor of Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art & Design, UK
Sean Dodson: The Guardian, UK
Charlie Gere: Director of Research at the Institute for Cultural Research at Lancaster University UK
Peter Goodwin: Executive Director of Accelerate Nottingham, the leading think-tank on ICT issues for the Greater Nottingham area, UK
Usman Haque: Architect & Artist, UK
JODI : pioneer net artist duo - Joan Heemskerke/NL – Dirk Paesmans/BE
Rob Van Kranenburg: The Waag Society, NL
Joost Van Loon: Institute for Cultural Analysis Nottingham Trent University, UK
Krzysztof Nawratek: Lecturer in Architecture, University of Plymouth
Saskia Sassen: Sociologist and economist noted for her analyses of globalisation and international human migration, USA
Gordon Savicic: Artist, AT/NL
Kuba Szreder: Independent Curator, PL
Holger Schnädelbach (tbc): Mixed Reality Laboratory, University of Nottingham, UK

More tbc….

Observers and advisors:

Sarah Cook: Researcher, co-founder and co-editor of CRUMB (the Curatorial Resource for Upstart Media Bliss), an online resource for curators, producers, commissioners and exhibitors of new media art, UK
Regine Debatty: Initiated we-make-money-not-art.com a weblog for critical media art and cultural discourse, BE/DE
Alessandro Ludovico: Editor of Neural Magazine, IT
Laura Sillars: Head of Programming at FACT, Liverpool, UK


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2. RADIATOR SYMPOSIUM DETAILS

Thurs 15 Jan 09 from 10:00am - 5:00pm
Symposium Panels at Broadway Media Centre, Screen 2, Nottingham

Thurs 15: 5:00pm – 9:30pm:
5:00pm Bus trip to QUAD Derby
5:00pm on bus from Nottingham – Derby: Performance by Sian Robinson Davies

Siân Robinson Davies is an artist who works in Berlin with the performance organisation, Performer Stammtisch. Robinson Davies has recently performed at the Whitstable Biennale 2008 and Preview Berlin, 2008. For Radiator, Robinson Davies will perform “Palm Off”, 2008 on the bus from Nottingham to Derby QUAD. “Palm Off” looks at how we distinguish between different modes of representation and space.

5:30pm @ QUAD:
Performance by Paula Roush: 6:30pm QUAD Box

Paula Roush is an artist and lecturer obsessed with CCTV. Roush will be perform “CCTV Ecstasy” at QUAD Box combining projection, voyeurism, pecha kucha (pronounced peh-chak-cha), masquerade and facebook.

6:30pm @ QUAD:
A conversation with Charlie Gere, following Q&A with audience: 7pm QUAD Box. Moderation Iben Bentzen & Alfredo Cramerotti/AGM

An illustrated talk, both motivational and critical showing what is possible with surveillance not only in terms of resistance (either passive or active) but as “behavioural enjoyment.” Charlie Gere is Director of Research at the Institute for Cultural Research at Lancaster University, and author of the book Digital Culture (Reaktion, 2002). His main research interest is in the cultural effects and meanings of technology and media, particularly in relation to art and philosophy.

7:30pm @ QUAD:
Guided Tour: Jane & Louise Wilson; AGM under_ctrl & Bill Drummond: Plus DJ-electronic lounge 8pm Throughout QUAD

9:30pm bus leaves from Derby back to Nottingham

10:00pm Live Music at The New Art Exchange, Nottingham:
Origami Biro & The Joy of Box

Origami Biro (Expanding Records) is Tom Hill. Formerly one half of the acclaimed electronica duo, Wauvenfold (Wichita Records) Tom earned himself a reputation among the likes of Björk, Super Furry Animals and John Peel himself. The Joy of Box is Jim Boxall. Jim has been working with moving images and live visuals for 14 years and has collaborated with artists such as Theo Travis, Dj Krush, Autechre, Jan Kopinski and Hexstatic. See Origami Biro & The Joy of Box and listen as origami flowers and bubble wrap are shredded into textured beats alongside live double bass, strings and ukulele. Watch as infra red cameras capture the pages of a book, flicked in time to the music. Sit back as two musicians and one video artist weave a tapestry of music and video live on stage.


Fri 16 Jan 09 from 9:00am - 11:00am
Broadway Media Centre, Nottingham
“Pillow Talk”: networking breakfast

Networking event open to all. Discuss and evaluate AGM09, advance proposals for future collaborations; following onto the second day of the Radiator Symposium.

Fri 16 Jan 09 from 11:00am – 5:00pm
Radiator Symposium, Broadway Media Centre, Screen 1, Nottingham

Fri 16: 11:00am Radiator & NTU Presents: Broadway Live Lecture - JODI

JODI explores the relations between the world we build through the Internet and the one based on our past mental and physical maps. Services such as GoogleMaps™ have changed our worldview radically by making the Globe accessible as a commercial multi-user surface. In addition to JODI Live lecture, and as part of Radiator’s Digital Broadway Programme, Radiator will present “Geo Goo” on Broadway’s Glass Screen, where JODI uses a process of coding/decoding, and deciphers cryptic data in a chaotic surface to uncover hidden messages in geometric shapes. http://www.jodi.org

Fri 16: 12:15pm Radiator & NTU Present: Saskia Sassen (Keynote Speech)

Saskia Sassen is the Lynd Professor of Sociology and Member, The Committee on Global Thought, at Columbia University. Her recent books are Territory, Authority, Rights: From Medieval to Global Assemblages ( Princeton University Press 2006), and A Sociology of Globalization (Norton 2007). She wrote a lead essay in the 2006 Venice Biennale of Architecture Catalogue.

Friday 16: 2:00 - 5:00pm Symposium panels: Broadway Media Centre, Screen 1


Friday 16: 7:00pm - Late Trampoline: Platform for New Media Art
Screen 4, Broadway Media Centre Café/Bar, Studio:
Film Screenings, Installations, live Performance, live Music and more…. www.trampoline.org.uk


Symposium Tickets:
Full Pass: £ 60 (concs. £ 45)
Early Birds: £ 50 (concs. £ 40)
Single Day: £ 35 (concs. £ 25)
Prices include lunch, refreshments, trip to Derby Quad, Radiator Festival events.

Accommodation: special hotel deals with Radiator bookings (£35). Please email for details.
For Bookings, ring 0115 840 9272 Early Bird registration is before December 12th

BOOK NOW FOR EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT!

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3. PARTICIPANTS IN THE RADIATOR FESTIVAL
Frank Abbott & Duncan Higgins UK
Annexinema UK
Annual General Meeting (AGM) IT/DK
Ryosuke Akiyoshi JP
Andrew Browne & Katie Doubleday UK
Sebastian Craig UK
Glenn Davidson (Artstation) UK
Siân Robinson Davies UK
Dis-locate JP/UK
Niklas Goldbach (tbc) DE
Hatch UK
Miska Knapek DK/SE
Folke Köbberling & Martin Kaltwasser DE
Son Woo Kyung JP
Leona Misu JP
Yuko Mohri JP
Suzanne Moxhay (tbc) UK
Ian Nesbitt UK
Christian Nold UK
N55 DK
Chris Oakley UK
Plankton AU
Paula Rousch PT/UK
Scott Jon Siegel USA
Akihiko Taniguchi JP
Trampoline: Platform for New Media Art DE/UK
Michiko Tsuda JP
Visual Correspondents NL
Mizuki Watanabe JP
Shunsuke Watanabe JP
Stanza UK
ZimmerFrei IT
more tbc

MORE UPDATES ON FESTIVAL PROGRAMME TO COME SOON!


The Radiator Festival and Symposium is curated by Anette Schäfer and Miles Chalcraft from Trampoline. Trampoline has hosted and curated events in both Nottingham and Berlin since 1997.

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4. TRAVEL: Super cheap flights with Ryan Air to Nottingham East Midlands from 5€ all incl.!!!

Nottingham has an airport (East Midlands Airport) and currently www.ryanair.com offers flights for 5€ one way all included.
For example:
flying from Berlin Schönefeld to Radiator on
Wed Jan 14 at 15:55 - 16:55
Fly back on
Sat Jan 17 at 12:35 - 15:30 Berlin (Schönefeld) (SXF)


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5. CONTACT DETAILS

Radiator Festival, 14-18 Broad St, Nottingham, NG1 3AL, England
Tel ++44 - 115 – 840 92 72
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www.radiator-festival.org

If you would like to be kept updated, subscribe to our newsletter or txt “R8R” to this UK number 07786200690



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6. FUNDERS AND PARTNERS

Radiator is supported by The National Lottery through Arts Council England
Partners: Broadway Media Centre, Quad, AGM, Dislocate, FACT, Phoenix, New Art Exchange, Big Screen Derby, The Art Organisation, Surface Gallery, Ibis Hotel

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