“Machinista” in Latvia

Судя по логам, моими планами все больше интересуются латвийские товарищи. Что же, публикую под катом примерный план программы «Машиниста в Латвии» (1-14 марта 2005), который я подготовил по договору с Рижским Центром медиакультуры RIXC.

“Machinista” in Latvia

March, 2005

Exhibition Agenda

Projects included:

  • «Final adjustment» and «Chewing dirt» projects by Aristarkh Chernyshev (Moscow) – an interactive installations, www.shining-tv.com
  • “Machinista 2004” videoprogram (DVD 110 min.). “Full Screen Robovision” is the collection of short films selected from the best moving image works amongst the 260 entries uploaded during the 2004 edition of machinista.org . Experimental and scientific imaging, video art, software art, animations and VJ mixes were entered in response to an open call to illustrate the idea of «the world as seen by the machines».
  • “Machinista Festival. History and future trends” – report by Sergey Teterin, organizer of the project. Presentation of the “Machinista 2004” CD-ROM (for MAC & PC)
  • Selected Machinista 2003-04 artworks demonstrations (screenings):
  • - AARON 2.1 by Harold Cohen (US): AI-based program actually creates original paintings on your computer’s screen, each one completely different. If a human created paintings like AARON, we would regard him or her as an acclaimed artist. http://www.kurzweilcyberart.com/aaron/message.html
    - MILKDROP by Ryan Geiss (UK) – a Winamp vis. plug-in for veejays http://www.nullsoft.com/free/milkdrop/
    - IXI SOFTWARE (Denmark-UK) – free software for audiovisual experiments. www.ixi-software.net
    - TEXTENSION – (software art) word processor by Joshua Nimoy (UK) http://students.design.ucla.edu/gallery/jtnimoy/textension
    - RAND()% – is an internet radio station streaming generative music.
    - 1234 VISUAL RAP by Andrius Ventslova (Russia). Short flash movie.

  • Demonstration of the “No Budget Festival” videoprogram (Austria, 2004) – friendly festival project. Category: “Media art”. http://www.ohnekohle.net/
  • “Movie Mincer” lo-tech cinema project by Sergey Teterin (Russia, Perm) – an old soviet mincer is used as a laptop-connected device to manually generated cinema. http://www.teterin.ru/mincer/
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