the art collider: art incurable

For Immediate Release: April 2, 2010
Contact: Jenn Karson, 802-238-7768, jennkarson(at)studiojuju(dot)com, skype: studiojuju

Vermont Artists Participate in International Collaborative: The Art Collider: ART INCURABLE

Burlington, VT — CiTu labs of the University of Paris has announced the first synchronized international event to demonstrate participation in The Art Collider, from April 6 – 16, 2010. In Vermont, sound artist Jenn Karson and photographer Matt Larson will participate in the event from ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center in Burlington, Vermont. They will contribute live sound and video streams from the Burlington Waterfront.

The Art Collider is an online platform that supports a collaborative creation of media art through a system of Peer-to-Peer and Artist-to-Artist production. Other sites participating in the two-week event are in Paris, Montreal, San Francisco, New York & Linz.

Who: Artists Jenn Karson & Matt Larson (and other artists from the US, Canada & Europe)

What: The Art Collider: ART INCURABLE, (Opening Event)

Where: ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center (Café and Patio) and at other international sites
including Paris, Montreal, San Francisco, New York & Linz

When: April 6, 2010, 11 am – 3 pm EST. This event corresponds with the opening event at
La Bellevilloise, 19-21 Rue Boyer, Paris 75020

Web: The Art Collider

More about
the Vermont
Vermont project wiki

Art Collider streams and the exchange of streams can be monitored from any computer with Internet access using the web browsers Firefox and Google Chrome:

For more information about The Art Collider (TAC)

Monitor The Art Collider

Other participants in the collaborative from April 6 – 16 include:
San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI), Cornell University, Architecture, Art and Planning, School of Visual Arts (SVA) New York, Kunstuniversität Linz, Interface Culture Lab, Linz

The Art Collider:
An initiative of CiTu Lab, University Paris 8, University Paris 1
Concept and direction: Maurice Benayoun
Research & Development : Robin Gareus +33 (0)1 49 40
Monitoring System: Robin Gareus and Pierre Jullian de la Fuente
Research Program: Sebastian 2, Paris - San Francisco: Cap Digital, Region Ile de France
Supported by the PUF / FACE programs of the Embassy of France in the U.S.
With the help of the Ministry of Culture and Communication (AUT / DDAI)

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