Archive for the ‘events’ Category

Nintendo Gameboy Advance Emulation for the iPod Touch

Sunday, October 18th, 2009
As part of the recent Cybersonica 09 Road Trip I was in Liverpool for Interface Amnesty organised by SoundNetwork.


“Inspired by a trade fair scene in the 1974 Francis Ford Coppola film “The Conversation”, jumble sales and the excellent Make magazine maker faires, Interface Amnesty plays with the conventions of interface design, music technology products and the presentation of interactive art.“


I went to Kinetica Art Fair 09 and I saw…

Thursday, March 5th, 2009

I spent most of last weekend underground in Westminster University’s vast, subterranean, industrial P3 exhibition space – at the Kinetica Art Fair.


“Carnivorous art, man-animal-machine hybrids, mechanical drawing machines, subliminal installations, pole dancing robots, light sculptures and cybernetics are just some of the exhibits to be found at Kinetica Art Fair, the UK’s first art fair dedicated to kinetic, robotic, sound, light and time-based art which opens in London on Friday 27 February.”


monome – an open practice project – launch event

Sunday, February 10th, 2008

Following on from the Monome Open Source Creative Practice Project Outline below, I’m pleased to see the project in development and moving forward… and now with support from Gini Simpson, Head of Media Arts at SPACEStudios and Brian Crabree & Kelli Cain of monome. I’m currently working up an Arts Council England grants application.

With NODE.London planning a Spring NODE.L ’08 season of media arts and print deadlines for promotion imminent I’ve entered details for the project launch onto the wiki for inclusion in the Spring NODE.L ’08 programme.


Ars Electronica 07

Friday, September 21st, 2007

Unfortunately I only managed a fairly cursory look at the vast range of work at Ars Electronica this year…

– Julien Maire (Fance)

I was busy working on The Sancho Plan‘s Spacequatica installation for the Ars Electronica Center and preparing for our performances at the Brucknerhaus. I also spent a fair amount of time working remotely on iDesign

But I did see some interesting work… some of my personal favorites being: