The Long Time No See and Night Rage Projects both launching this month at ISEA 2013
Announcing the international premiere of two new artworks this month in Sydney, for the International Symposium for Electronic Arts, ISEA 2013.
1: Night Rage - June 8th–14th July, Sydney Powerhouse Museum - an evocative installation concerning the very edges of night, the nocturnal and failing of 'artificial' light; curated by Vicki Sowry into ANAT's Art-Science exhibition, Synapse - A Selection. This new collaboration with sound artist Lawrence English and supporting team is our first experiment in creating what we call 'seasonal' media artworks. Read More.
2: Long Time No See - June 14th–July 14th, ICE, Parramatta and online till 2015 - focuses participating audiences upon imagining sustainable pathways through uncertain futures. This collaborative project uses a range of participatory processes, a custom mobile walking APP and an dynamic online visualisation to link the local and the everyday with the global and the distant future, generatively mapping the ever-changing relationships between each project participants' ideas and visions. Learn More.
As part of Long Time, No See?, you are invited to contribute your path to the future. From 14 June onwards you will be able to access the documentation and apps that enable you to participate and create content.
On 14 June, as part of ISEA 2013’s Electric Nights event to be held in Parramatta, the Long Time, No See? project will unveil the realised artwork in conjunction with ICE. … See More
Now available in the Apple App store for download, (and soon a Web-app for Android). It will be launched and advertised on the LTNS site from Friday June 14th along with the DIY tools required to 'set your compass', before walking with it, and us, into a long time future imaginary. … See More
Keith Armstrong will speak about Long Time No See at the VIVID Ideas Event, 'Distributed Enablers In the New Grid' at the MCA, Circular Quay Sydney on Sunday 9th June, 1-2pm … See More
Come and see Night Rage in 'Synapse a Selection' at the Sydney Powerhouse Museum, where works from previous ANAT Synapse Art-Science residents are also profiled. … See More