: ZKM :: Artikel :: September 19, 2005


:: ZKM Events

÷ Alexandre Gherban: La forme programmée transitoire observable :: Alexandre Gherban talks about his work in connection with the exhibition on The Algorithmic Revolution. An interdisciplinary artist and member of the Transitoire observable group, he has been closely involved since 1990 with electronic poetry and digital composition. His theoretical reflections on the special characteristics of digital composition have stimulated his interest in the creation of artistic forms. »The lecture deals with aspects of the digital form in general and the observed transitional form in particular. This form that has emerged in the generative process, which is designed to lend new formal dimensions to the programmed material, will be illustrated by practical examples.« (Alexandre Gherban) [more]
[Lecture | 2 September 2005, 19.00 | ZKM Lecture Hall, admission free | The lecture will be in English]

÷ Festival »Quantum Leaps« :: The Quantum Leaps Festival marks the start of a new form of regular cooperation with the Internationale Ensemble Modern Akademie (IEMA) and the ZKM Institute for Music and Acoustics: superb programmes confront past masters of electronic, electro-acoustic and acousmatic music with the latest developments in the digital field [more]
[Festival »Quantum Leaps« | 22 September Saturday, 24 September 2005, 16.30 and 20.00 | ZKM Cube, admission 5 / 3]

÷ Refresh! First International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology :: Live-Streaming at ZKM Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe: 09/29/2005, 8pm.
The first international art history conference covering art and new media, art and technology, art-science interaction, and the history of media as pertinent to contemporary art, takes place in Banff, Canada. Refresh! will discuss questions of historiography, methodology and the role of institutions of media art. The Conference will contain key debates about the function of inventions, artistic practice in collaborative networks, the prominent role of sound during the last decades and will emphasize the importance of intercultural and pop culture themes in the Histories of Media Art [more]
[Refresh! Conference | Thurs-Sat, 09/29/-10/01/2005 | Banff Centre, Canada | Live-Streaming at ZKM]

:: ZKM Exhibitions

÷ Resonances. The electromagnetic bodies project:: The exhibition »Resonances« features a selection of works by artists who have immersed themselves in the phenomenon of electromagnetism, and examines the differences and similarities between »organic« sensors and man-made anorganic artifacts as well as the impact of the invisible yet measurable forces on our sensory perception [more]

÷ Making Things Public. Atmospheres of Democracy :: Building on the much acclaimed exhibition »Iconoclash« by the same curators (ZKM 2002), the exhibition aspires to nothing less than to renew what constitutes an art show as well as ways of thinking about politics and methods of establishing new forms of collaboration between artists and academics [more]

÷ EXIT_Stepping Out of The Picture :: The exhibition marks the reintegration of the Museum for Contemporary Art into the ZKM. The collection's first thematic exhibition shows works from the Boros, FER, Froehlich, Grässlin, Weishaupt, and ZKM collections. It focuses on a complex and fascinating aspect of Western art in the second half of the 20th century: the farewell to the picture [more]

÷ 51:49 :: The fundamental concept behind the Exhibition »51:49« is that the idea of »direct democracy« is haunted by justifiable doubts about the referendum as a decision-making method: is it possible to reconcile popular demands for greater citizen involvement with the often unacceptable outcomes and consequences of such exercises? [more]

÷ Masterpieces of Media Art from the ZKM_Collection :: The exhibition presents a panorama of media art from its early days in the 1950s up to current net art, which no other museum in the world has to offer [more]

÷ The Algorithmic Revoluion and World of Games: reloaded :: Over the past 50 years, algorithmic decision-making processes have come very much to the fore as a result of the universal use of computers in all fields of cultural literacy - from architecture to music, from literature to the fine arts, and from transport to management. The exhibition draws on the ZKM_Collection and selected loans in presenting an historical outline of this radical change in the fine arts, music, design, and architecture [more]

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