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Ars Electronica FESTIVAL 2007

http://http//www.aec.at/en/festival2007/index.asp

Alcune delle conferenze di accompagnamento del festival

Conferences
Closeness vs Dislocation – Contextualising Net-Based Art
The field of media art was expanded in the 1990s to include the genre of network art. Exploratory and dynamically creative, critically probing and transcending the boundaries of both the medium and the very concept of art itself, it has nevertheless often been declared obsolete.

Fundamental Rights in the Digital World - Lectures
The Internet, cellphone and video are essential to how we communicate now. Massive numbers of people put themselves on display in weblogs and on sites like Flickr, MySpace and YouTube. A “second life” is being marketed under the buzzword Web 2.0.

Pixelspaces 2007: Onfield
Pixelspaces 2007 is staging Onfield as a setting for a discussion of an emerging development: the strategies and methods of community informatics are being applied to location-based services. The Ars Electronica Futurelab is thus carrying on its practice begun in 2000 of intensively focusing on leading-edge trends in a series of symposia and exhibitions, and scrutinizing these developments from the perspective of an atelier-lab.


Mobile Spaces - Paradoxes of the Public
“Paradoxes of the Public” is an international art competition being staged in conjunction with RUHR.2010. Entrants are invited to submit works for, among other settings, data spaces such as mobile technologies. Söke Dinkla and Bernd Wiemann will present the competition and discuss the new possibilities of communication as well as alternative spaces in which to experience mobile technologies.

OVERTURES - environmental office. environmental information. environmental monitoring. environmental control.
Overtures, a series of projects launched in the year 2000, deals with a complex of issues having to do with water. From its very inception, this has been designed to entail close cooperation among artists, curators, technologists, scientists, economists and media experts.

Start of the fair music initiative of mica –music austria and presentation of the winners of the fair music award
Music fans have a right to listen to the exact music they want to. Creative artists have a right to receive recognition and compensation for their work and ideas. Listeners assume the money they spend for music will benefit the artists of their choice. But can they really be assured that the artists receive their fair share of the proceeds, and that the artists are allowed to make their music in a free and creative atmosphere and under fair conditions?

UNESCO Lounge
The UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions came into force on March 18, 2007. Strengthening democracy, ensuring justice and protecting the diversity of cultural production from the incursions of purely market-driven economic mechanisms are a few of its declared objectives.


Radio FRO Conference - Goodbye FM/AM farewell analogue TV
Preparations for both of the conference’s panels are being made at two "birds of a feather" sessions. The aim is to create a relaxed setting for exchange and dialogue

Secure Online – Symposium
Speeches and discussions will provide a setting for a critical process of coming to terms with issues connected with the rights of minors, data protection and the protection of minors online, as well as to help eliminate prejudices and to ease fears.

Featured Artist Speech

ISEA
Update by Nina Czegledy, on the recent developments and plans for the Foundation ISEA-International by ISEA Board representative http://www.isea-web.org
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AUDIOWALK GUSEN TALK
with Prof. Aleida Assmann and christoph mayer chm.
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Fundamental Rights in the Digital World - Workshops
The Internet, cellphone and video are essential to how we communicate now. Massive numbers of people put themselves on display in weblogs and on sites like Flickr, MySpace and YouTube. A “second life” is being marketed under the buzzword Web 2.0.
Huge quantities of data are available—often made public by the subjects themselves

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