[dance-tech] Seminar with Stanza @ Goldsmiths Digital Studios

  • From: maria x <drp01mc@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: art-technology <ART-TECHNOLOGY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, dance-tech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 07 Jan 2007 19:32:28 +0000


MONDAY 15 JANUARY, 4-5pm, Digital Studios Space, Ben Pimlott building, ground floor left. Goldsmiths, University of London, New Cross, SE14 6NW


Stanza is AHRC Creative and Performing Arts Fellow, GDS (2006-2009). He
is a London-based artist, who specialises in net art, multimedia, and
electronic sounds. The research he is undertaking as part of his AHRC
Fellowship with GDS is around The Emergent City, an exploration of data
within cities and how this can be represented visualized and interpreted.
Data from security tracking, traffic data, and sensor data for
environmental monitoring can all be interpreted as a medium to make
process led artworks. The underlying theme or main research question is
concerned with the organic emergence of the “city”. Cities clearly have a
character, but do they have a “soul”? If so, then what can be determined
about the validity of the city experience in relation to its 'character',
or 'soul', or spirit'?

Stanza's award winning online projects have been invited for exhibition in
digital festivals around the world, and Stanza also travels extensively to
present his net art, lecturing and giving performances of his audiovisual
interactions. His works explore artistic and technical opportunities to
enable new aesthetic perspectives, experiences and perceptions within the
context of architecture, data spaces and online environments.

He was a NESTA Dreamtime Fellow (2003-2005) and has received many
Awards including the following, all peer reviewed and awarded by
internaltional juries.

Other on-line artworks can be viewed at: other online artworks.


Maria Chatzichristodoulou [aka maria x] PhD Art and Computational Technologies Goldsmiths Digital Studios www.cybertheater.org

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