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Fabrica @ ARS Electronica


This is our last night here at ARS Electronica. This year has been particularly special because Linz is European capital of culture and the festival is celebrating its 30 year anniversary. It's been wonderful exploring the events around the city, and the new ARS Center.

Over the next few days we'll be sharing what we have seen.

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Digital guests at the Creativity Festival


I read the news today.
It seems that this year we cannot miss the Creativity Festival starting
this month in Florence: the “Virtual Renaissance” will be taken to the real world.
What does it mean?
Basically, what was created in Second Life, the virtual/digital environment based
on an electronic simulation ruled by its own inhabitants will be shown and translated into a “real language”.
(Digital Impressionism, Postkitsch, New Pop, l'Avatar Art, Iperformalism, Ultranaif next to Giotto’s!)

I kept reading...
During the exposition, the first “Second life Invasion” will take place in the city.
What does it mean?
We could see the avatars walking around the streets and interact with us.

I kept reading...
The Italian government decided that the educational system in Italy will become completely digital based.
I'm sure they have no idea what it means; but they've probably thought that it sounded cool.

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Out There: where Architecture meets Semiotics

What are the first things you think when I say “architecture”?
Heavy long-lasting buildings? Pyramids? Sparky skyscrapers? A thirty floor residence? The tour Eiffel?
If this is what we usually mean by “architecture”, maybe we need to change our beliefs.

As Semiotics tought me, the meaning of things is not simply an “object” (a “chair” is not only "the object that has the shape of a chair”, because a stone on the grass is actually a chair, if you sit on it!) but the consequences related to them (actions but also feelings).
In other terms, the meaning is what things REPRESENT.
Thats why the 11th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice is called “Out there: Architecture Beyond Building”.
Architecture is not just about “buildings” and “constructions” (=objects): we need to look beyond them.

Today the world is extremely dynamic, buildings cannot be something eternal anymore. What we create must be easy to develop, light, avaiable to be changed in order to our temporary needs.
Architecture is the way to create a world that

we feel like home
(Aaron Betsky)

but paradoxically, without building stable houses.
Its a way to communicate our time, our fears, our views.
Buildings dont represent this anymore.

Visual arts and performances, cinema, collage, illustrations, practices, immaginations, deconstructions, experiences, undefined shapes. Sperimentation, and not just an exposition of what already exists.

This is what I saw “Out there”.

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10, 000 Peacock Feathers in Foaming Acid

This mesmerising performance was part of the opening night's events at ARS Electronica. Artists Evenlina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand used laser light to scan the surfaces of soap bubbles. The membranes of the bubbles provided an infinite landscape of refraction - resulting in the most beautiful and delicate streams of colour. Audio was created by converting the light into sound with a program by Bas van Koolwijk. Evenlina's pink fox-like costume was also very impressive.

Their website is portablepalace.com

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Between The Lines

"A Jalousie (French for jealousy) is a window that one can see through but not be seen; barriers that allow us to observe the world without being invited to the table."


Humboldt, Between The Lines is an editorial project for “Urban Jealousy,” theme of the First International Roaming Biennial of Tehran and I am absolutely in love with it.

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Goodbye Pollack

Actor and director Sydney Pollack will be missed.


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Jen Does Bassano


Phew and yay!
Jen forgave me, and let me share some wonderful photos she took at the Alpini Festival. View this post to see the full 15 photo series.

We hope to have some commentary from our new writer to go along side these soon. Watch this space.

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Jen and the Alpini

Scott captured this video at the Alpini Festival in Bassano Del Grappa over the weekend. He made me post it.

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Brand Next

In the Store for Tomorrow, you don’t pay to get; you give to get. You do not need any cash; instead, you are required to commit to an action. Time, ideas, skills, effort and content are the currency.


Held in London and New York, Brand Next revolutionizes the way we think and buy by helping us to do more and better, and we are very proud to announce that former fabricanti Bethany Koby and dearest Michael Ciancio are part of it. Great job guys!

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Charlton Heston RIP

"Charlton Heston, who appeared in some 100 films in his 60-year acting career but who is remembered chiefly for his monumental, jut-jawed portrayals of Moses, Ben-Hur and Michelangelo, died Saturday night at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif. He was 84."
From: NY Times article.


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At Oswald

Oswald, the studio/playground/project space located in Berlin, presents “No Shooting Time for Foxes,” an exhibition by Fabian Bechtle, Sebastian Gerbert, Stephanie Hotz, Elisabeth Schulze and former fabricante Maik Bluhm.


All the info: www.oswaldberlin.de

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Are you?

AIGA DC’s inaugural student design competition.

Categories: print, interactive and narrative.
Deadline: May 2, 08.
Here you will find the info.

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This year's Toca Me Design Conference was held in Munich a couple of weeks ago, and our own Andy Cameron was a speaker. He came in to Fabrica afterwards and casually mentioned he had met James Paterson, Mario Klingemann, Erik Natzke, and Andreas Müller, etc. Awesome. He also had the priviledge of having his initials sculpted in foam, set in wax and melted with a heat gun. Also Awesome.

The trailer for the conference was created by Dvein, of Barcelona. Find our Andy at 1' 30''.

Check out:

James Paterson (www.insertsilence.com, www.presstube.com),
Mario Klingemann (www.quasimondo.com),
Erik Natzke (www.natzke.com)
Andreas Müller (www.nanikawa.com, http://www.hi-res.net)

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Gary Gygax, one of the co-creators of the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game, died Tuesday morning at his home in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.


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Oriented Strand Board

Maik Bluhm, graphic artist, musician and former fabricante has Oswald, a studio/playground/project space in intriguing Berlin, where for first time will held an exhibition.


Oriented Strand Board by Stephanie Hotz and Elisabeth Schulze, will open this Saturday 23, February 2008 – 18.00.
Here you can find more information.

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Africa Works

Africa Works is a new global communication campaign in favour of micro-credit developed by Fabrica, in partnership with Youssou N'Dour and Birima, his co-operative credit society in Senegal that offers financial services for SMEs, craftspeople, professionals and artists to help them start and independently develop their business.


Youssou N'Dour, one of Africa's best-known singers and a man committed to humanitarian projects, comments: "my personal experience led me to realise that when a loan, however small, is used to develop an idea or realise a project, it is an effective way of fighting poverty. This is why everybody must understand the value of micro-credit. Africa doesn't want charity, it wants repayable subsidised loans."

Click here to find more information and to see some beautifully done videos.

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Mano a mano

Mano a mano is a collaboration between our missed former fabricate Guillermo Rivero altogether with Isabel Ruiz and César López, which entails photography of folkloric and dazzling Mexican Bare knuckle fight as cultural entertainment.


The exhibition will open this Friday February 8 at 8:00pm, until Saturday March 8, 2008 in the Centro Integral de Fotografia located in Puebla, México.
Here is another homesick.
¡La mejor de las suertes Memito!

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Sex and Design

The Sex in Design/Design in Sex exhibit, designed by James Biber and with graphics by Michael Bierut, recently opened at the Museum of Sex in New York.
The show sets out to examine the subconscious, as well as the intended, sexual imagery in design as it is found in the objects we wear, live with and use for erotic pleasure.
Click here for more information.

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Sophie Thomas in Fabrica

Finally, after a long period of absence, lectures and workshops are back in Fabrica. Communication designer Sophie Thomas, co-founder and creative director of thomas.matthews London will be in the building from November 12th to 16th to lead an intensive cross-disciplinary workshop.


Sophie Thomas together with Fabrica’s researchers and a selection of external participants from the center’s global think-net will focus the 5-day workshop on design and sustainability, entitled 99 months (the time scientifically agreed to tipping point to combat climate change).
The workshop closes with international critic Max Bruinsma, who will elaborate a critical writing on the results.
Find more information here.

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Is it art?

The Turner Prize is a contemporary art award that always provokes debate for its singular and innovative representation and meaning of art.

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It is recognised as one of the most important and prestigious awards for the visual arts in Europe.
The exhibition will be held at Tate Liverpool until January 2008 and tickets are free.

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Les Yeux Ouverts in Shanghai

The Centre Pompidou’s Fabrica: les yeux ouverts exhibition goes to China following an invitation by the Shanghai Cultural Development Foundation.


The exhibition will be open until November 11 at the Shanghai Art Museum as part of the Shanghai eArts Festival.
To find more information, click here.

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Rafael Lozano-Hemmer in Venezia

This year, Mexico presents its first official national representation at the 52nd International Art Exhibition, Biennale di Venezia, with a pavilion hosting a solo show by artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer titled "Some Things Happen More Often Than All of The Time."


Chairs responding to the presence of public, people turning into radio frequencies, a sensor recording the pulse of the visitors converting it into light flashes, a human eye following your movements. The stunning and extraordinary work of this young genius is, proudly, one to the best representations of the event. Find more info here.

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In Rainbows

Radiohead, the greatest of the greatest band ever, have finally some new sounds out there.


Their seventh studio album has been released through their website as a digital download for which, believe it or not, you can set up its own price! Brilliant as always.
Got it and love it!!!!

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What Did I Do?

Last month, a University of Florida student was arrested during a forum with John Kerry while asking if he and Bush were members of the secret society Skull and Bones at Yale University.

While struggling with about -six- police officers when they tried to remove him from the session, he was Tasered and sent to jail. Police recommended charges of resisting arrest with violence, a felony, disturbing the peace and interfering with school administrative functions.

He asked for help, but most of the audience sat quietly while watching the absurd and abusive dispute.

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Venice Film Festival

The Venice Film Festival, the oldest in the world, has arrived.
The 64th Mostra Internazionale d'Arte Cinematografica di Venezia unites works by young directors who are as yet unknown with works by the greatest film makers from around the world.


This year, the film selection has struck a rather more serious tone, including complex legal drama and a dangerous amount of melancholy with titles such as In the Valley of Elah, It’s a free world..., Atonement or The Darjeeling Limited. It will be running until September 8 and here you can find more information.

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ChiefMag, a magazine by former fabricante Andy Smith, brings Indexiphilia, an installation of paper featuring the Space 1026 collective and friends.


Driven by an interest in the redefining of a space, the artists have been invited to produce a work that completely covers the walls of the gallery, creating freely and adhering only to the rule that every mark made can be repeated.

Find more information here.

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You Are Here - London

Nat Ashman, Pia Knight and Michael Ciancio invite and welcome you to "You Are Here," an exhibition in London. Running from July 11th till the Sept 3rd.


Continue reading "You Are Here - London"

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Countdown to Gore... 1!

Special Gore and Spritz and Nervous Waiter Edition!

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Countdown to Gore... 2!

Special Spiritual Adviser Edition! by Patrick Waterhouse

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Countdown to Gore... 6!

Yes, that's Mos Def and Al Gore, together at last.

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Design for the other 90% of the world


Priya did send me the link to this exhibition in the Cooper-Hewitt Museum in NYC:

Of the world’s total population of 6.5 billion, 5.8 billion people, or 90%, have little or no access to most of the products and services many of us take for granted; in fact, nearly half do not have regular access to food, clean water, or shelter. Design for the Other 90% explores a growing movement among designers to design low-cost solutions for this “other 90%.” Through partnerships both local and global, individuals and organizations are finding unique ways to address the basic challenges of survival and progress faced by the world’s poor and marginalized.


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Free Speech

Freespeech takes place once every month, and aims at creating an informal platform for young creative professionals, to show and discuss their work in front of a wider audience. This time in Lisboa, Portugal: info-freespeech.blogspot.com


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CS3 launch


In the tradition of Apple, Adobe now also broadcasts the launch of the Adobe Creative Suite 3. www.adobe.com/products/creativesuite/launchevent/webcast/

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Teach me conference at IUAV


Last year, a bunch of us from Fabrica had a blast at the Teach Me conference with hosting workshops, lectures, cooking show, concert, etc. etc. Well this year, they're having it again...

It's going to take place tomorrow and on until Saturday: 28-29-30 September.

For more information check out their site: http://www.teachme.it (in Italian)

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Mixing digital art and traditional culture


From 3 until 5 August , San Martino Valle Caudina (Avellino), Italy

Interferenze is an international festival of sounds, new visual arts and media which breaks down the borders between the technological, urban, inorganic world and the rural, archaic, organic world. It does not, however, pursue gratuitous provocation. On the contrary, the marriage of pixel and chlorophyll, silicon and cell represents a source of fascination and a stimulus for the visitor, who will find themselves freed from the necessity of having to choose between remaining in the city - not losing contact with the future, which models itself every day in new digital vanguards - or walking along mountain paths, declining to follow the more innovative forms of human progress.Therefore Interferenze represents a new way of exploring nature and art. It offers the visitor the opportunity to explore two territories as one: the physical sphere of the forests and the virtual sphere of the digital arts in one single and total experience.

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Berlin, Play Gallery
From 13/7/2006 until 31/7/2006

Video Festival. Aim of the festival is presenting works of young and emerging artists who express their artistic concepts through the film language, giving an account of the current film and video production.

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TRAFFIC: Torino Free Festival

11/16 July 2006
6 days of free events

The festival is a living creature and therefore grows and matures. From the last appointment of the Traffic Anticipation on the 11th July until Sunday 16th’s conclusive party, six days brought to life by dozens of events diverse among themselves: concerts, DJ sets, film show, literary readinfs, art exhibitions happenings and much more. The only rule is that everything is utterly free, making Traffic the only Italian free festival.

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The Influencers 2006 , festival of media action and radical entertainment.
The third edition of the Influencers (after the 2004 and 2005 ones), will open on July 6th at the Centre de Cultura Contempor nia of Barcelona (CCCB). Previously entitled Digital is not Analog, the festival is one of the few able to express perspectives on the edge on the (mis)use of media and how this can turn out to be extremely fun. His formula is simple: every artist presents his/her most important works and then he's confronted with the public, often establishing a discourse that intertwines with the others one in a very fruitful debate. This is possible mainly because of the physical presence of the different guests that rarely (or never) were all together in the same place. This year's lineup is rich as always, perhaps even more 'pop' oriented that in the past, including artists that have heavily played with mass media (IRWIN / Neue Slowenische Kunst, Vincenzo Sparagna, Oscar Brahim and Chicks On Speed), software manipulators / producers (Vuk Cosic and Molleindustria) and the music sample theorist Paul D. Miller / Dj Spooky. A crash course in how to get rid of the unavoidable everyday media oppression.

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Neverending Cinema


Opening the 23rd of June, h 18.00
Galleria Civica di Arte Contemporanea

From June 23rd to October 1st, 2006, the exhibition spaces of the Galleria Civica will be transformed into a cinematographic set, and among the lights, videocamera and microphones, the spectators will find a place of action and production rather than of contemplation. The project, conceived by ZimmerFreiand “staged” together with Marinella Senatore, will convert the Galleria into a studio where screenplays, casting calls and story-boards will be developed; scenes will be shot and edited; post-recordings and mixes will be created… not necessarily to obtain celluloid films, but true artist videos.
Therefore, the entire initiative will have a sort of duality: on one side, various artists will publicly create films, while on the other, the Galleria will become a meeting place and experimentation space for a broader public. For a various months, the exhibition rooms will be an environment animated with common encounters, as well as spaces appointed to artistic creation, to places of exchange between citizens and the art world.

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All my pictures of you. From books to street art.


Zagreb, Until 23rd July 2006
At a time when images overload the different “scapes” that surround us, illustration discovers new fields of interventions. The exhibition brings together a group of young artists who all use illustration as one of the primary languages within their otherwise multidisciplinary practices, defining new trajectories in a continuous resampling of reality.

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The Olympics of the Art World

Art Basel – International art fair in Basel

The 37th international art fair will be held in Basel from 14 to 18 June 2006. For this event, the Art Basel Committee has chosen 290 leading art galleries from all continents to present 20th and 21st century art works from over 2000 artists.
On show will be paintings, sculptures, drawings, installations, photographs and editions as well as video and digital art by over 2000 artists. The full spectrum of modern and contemporary art will be represented: from the great masters of modern art to the latest generation of artists.

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sonambiente berlin 2006 is summer in berlin set to music for the eyes and ears. Installations, objects, performances, happenings ­ visual art, sound art, video, new media, radio art, film: from June 1st to July 16th, for the second time since 1996, over 40 internationally known artists and some 20 up-and-coming art school talents make the metropolis reverberate with sound.
At five central venues and many other exciting locales, sonambiente berlin 2006 generates an extensive network of events throughout the centre of Berlin


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Curating Contemporary Art


An exploration of critical and experimental approaches to curating contemporary art.

Referencing Roland Barthes’ text on writing, Le Degré zéro de l'écriture, the title of the project reflects its aim, not to define ‘curating’ but to observe practice in this field at “a sort of zero degree, pregnant with all past and future specifications”.
Curating Degree Zero was launched to research, present and discuss changes in the practice of freelance curators, artist-curators, new-media curators and curatorial collaborations. Beginning in 1998 with a three-day symposium and an ensuing publication, the project now focuses on an expanding archive about these practices, which is touring Europe as an exhibition, accompanied by a programme of live events and discussions.
The web site documents the activities of Curating Degree Zero, provides an overview and full bibliography of the archive, and reports on related exhibitions and events.

The archive is on display at the NABA in Milan from 31st May until 28th June 2006, as part of the Utopian Display Platform

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CHECK- IN EUROPE Reflecting Identities in Contemporary Art

Art Exhibition until 13th July, Munich, Germany

What does identity mean in the Europe of today? Is there such a thing as a European identity, in an age of economic globalisation and mass migration, mixing cultures and languages? What are the criteria that define the sense of belonging to a particular society or sphere?
This exhibition aims at reflecting on Identity, Globalisation and Integration presenting some selected artists from EU countries.

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Bucharest Biennale 2


Chaos: The age confusion

Artists: Erik Binder/Eduard Constantin/Janos Fodor/El Perro/Rainer Ganahl/Katia Lombardi/Agent Mc/Sebastian Moldovan/Pedro Motta/Ioana Nemes/Ilona Ne'meth/Tatsumi Orimoto/Dan Perjovschi/Catalin Rulea/Janek Simon/Attila Stark/Aya Tzukioka/Wang Qingsong

Opening: May 25, 2006, 19.00 hours, Skateboard Park Herastrau. Agent MC performance and launch of a limited edition of skateboard plates draw by Dan Perjovschi.

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An anti-war event

Critical Art Ensemble present tomorrow (May 24, 2006) at Eyebeam gallery their latest book, Marching Plague: Germ Warfare and Global Public Health published by Autonomedia and appearing in conjunction with their piece “Marching Plague” in the 2006 Whitney Biennial

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Martin Creed's playful world

Until June 18th, 2006 the Fondazione Nicola Trussardi presents a new project by British artist Martin Creed commissioned for the spaces of the Arengario in Piazza del Duomo in Milan.
Martin Creed’s objects, words and sounds come from everyday life. Searching for the zero degree of sculpture, the British artist uses the simplest materials to create a world in which obsessions and fantasies radically alter reality. Drawing attention to even the smallest forgotten detail of our daily lives, Martin Creed’s installations, drawings and sculptures invite the audience to look at the universe from a different point of view.

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Tina b --> This Is Not Another Biennale

18TH MAY 2006- 27 JUNE 2006
Tina b.: This Is Not Another Biennale is a curious name for a Contemporary Art Festival! It will run through June 27 2006, and presents a series of international exhibitions, performances, film series and installations throughout the city, as well as educational activities and other special events. Organized by a team of local and international curators, Tina b. will bring the creative energy of Prague's contemporary cultural scene and neighboring Eastern European countries together with emerging talents and trends from around the world.

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COLORS Notebook

COLORS Notebook

A new project from COLORS magazine, COLORS Notebook is a blank copy of COLORS to be filled, illustrated, and edited by you. Get a copy of the Notebook from COLORS office, choose a topic, tell your stories, truths, fears, adventures, ideas, inventions, dreams and experiences. The COLORS Notebooks will become part of an exhibition at the Centre Pompidou in Paris at the end of October 2006. Thousands of COLORS Magazines to celebrate freedom of expression.

To request your copy send an email to colors[at]colors.it include your name and postal address by June 15, 2006. Limited in numbers, so get yours and get busy today!


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Icing or Cake... in NYC this week!


Fabricanti Selwa Sweidan, Bethany Koby, and Eric Faggin are in NYC this week for their installation prepared to coincide with the ICFF New York. Stop by and check them out!

This off-site installation takes place in two storefront windows in Manhattan exploring the stories of objects and the relationships between the design, the designer, the producer, the shopkeeper and the customer. We will physically strip the surface and dissasemble a couch to then create and display objects composed of pieces of a couch.

May 17-19: Chasahama, 112 West 44th Street.
Visitng hours: 12-5pm

May 20-23: The Apartment, 101 Crosby Street.
Visitng hours: 1-7pm


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"Communication Mods" show opens in Toronto!


A gallery show by our very own Mark Argo opens tonight at the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto.

Fabrica is pleased to announce "Communication Mods", the upcoming exhibition of one of our resident artists, Mark Argo. The exhibtion features five works that explore human-to-human communication through the process of modification. Using technologies such as WiFi, Bluetooth and SMS each piece asks the audience to participate by submitting some of their personal media - music, photos and videos - using laptops and cameraphones. The end result is a snapshot of a particular community at a specific time and place though the catalog of collected media.


This show marks the debut of 'WhereTheHeartIs', a cameraphone-based installation created specifically for Toronto. The audience is asked to use their cameraphones to contribute iconic images of Toronto - people, places and things - to a screen in the gallery. The images are then sent to small screen which the artist wears over his heart. During the two-month exhibition, this installation will create a direct link between the artist and his home city, regardless of location. The 'HeartScreen' will be showcased in New York and Italy as parts of other exhibitions.

If you happen to be in Toronto, go check out the show!

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DISSONANZE - Electronic Music and Digital Festival

19th - 20 th May Rome Palazzo dei Congressi
"This is our visual music!
" Dissonanze is the electronic music and digital art festival of Rome.
Since the year 2000, Dissonanze experiments and entertains exploring the relationship between creativity and technology, researching the unusual connections between sight and sound, between lights, rythm, color, noise, silence and the architecture of its magnificent locations...
As well as famous artists and successful art works, the festival presents emerging artists, previews, original collaborations and site specific productions commissioned by Dissonanze Dissonanze for the different and unusual spaces that host the event…

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the laboratory of the possible

Stazione Leopolda May 5 - 21

The workplace, the workshop, the studio as preparation and experimentation, the factory of shared research and experimentation, the coming together of talents in a dense, meaningful space: all this is a laboratory of the possible which investigates living procedures and results exhibited;
from florence and tuscany, and together with artists (from 15 european countries, and from egypt, bolivia and africa), a proposal is made to europe and the world to renew confidence in their own instruments, their own science, their own art, and confidence in an audience willing to wonder rather than to consume. a laboratory of ideas and emotions, thoughts and actions, living arts and knowledge, creativity and commitment, opening again this year as every year for artists, spectators, operators and citizens.

Fabbrica Europa '06, the laboratory of the possible, has a double soul innovation and new technologies but also a living reflection on sensorial and intellectual pathways explored through a number of workshops, meetings and seminars by performers, video makers, musicians, dancers and new media artists as well as by scholars and spectators.


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MixedMedia Festival in Milan

Coming up in a few weeks is a festival with new media art, architecture, and performance in Milan. Book your hotel room now because you wouldn't want to miss this!

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impressive line up of artists, including Jim Campbell, LEMUR, Casey Reas, Diller & Scofido Renfro, Massimiliano Fuksas, Zaha Hadid, Ryoichi Kurakawa, Tina Frank... just to mention a few.

(via WMMNA)

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Poster show in Roma, this month

romeposterexhibit.jpgWe reblogged the submission call for this project about two months ago (from wooster collective), and since the show is taking place in Italy, some Fabricanti participated by sending their work in. Though, they still dont' know if their work has been excepted for the show or not. Strange.

Anyway, the exhibit of posters starts this month and should last til the end of the month. The poster shown above says that the opening party is on the 13 of May from 16:00 to 1:00, costs 2 euros. Address: Via dei Reti 15 quartiere San Lorenzo.

I'll try to find the url and will post more info as it becomes available to me. But if you're in Rome, or know any more about this, please share the info in the comment section.

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Far East Film Festival in Udine

LEFT_Locandina.gif The Far East Film Festival in Udine opened this past Friday (21 April) and goes on until next Saturday (29 April). This is the 8th edition of the festival and beyond the 73 film screenings, the festival also boost a rare movie poster exhibition and afternoons with actors and directors. There are also fringe activities during the week, notably some parties and concerts organized by Fabricanti Marco Mucig and Carlo Zoratti, among others.

The films in the festival are from China, Hong Kong, Japan, The Philippines, Thailand, and Taiwan.

From the program:

It is a film event which concentrates its power on three of four blockbusters a year, liberalizes cinema halls and film distribution and democratizes the showing of the individual films regardless of their provenance. Nine years after its inception, Far East has brought Oriental films to the very backwaters of Italy. Three films were released as normal under Italian law, whilst the release of three others was blocked by the Italian film distributors, or their associates—an unprecedented event at the Far East festival.

Ferment, creativity, and production: cinema in Asia is still a cinema of stars, dreams, authorship, and market, but foremost of stories to be constructed, narrated and heard. Venice, Cannes and Berlin do not present Asian films because of the organizers’ whim, still less the cosmopolitan nature of the films; but because cinema is more alive in Asia than in any other part of the world.

The Far East Film Festival has been a launching pad and first showcase for films. Pang Ho-cheung is the most recent director to make an initial impact at the festival in Udine, and subsequent success at the major film festivals.

Together with the Venice Film Festival, we decided to double the events in this region for Asian film. In April, FEFF presents revelations, war films, real cinema, popular films; and the Biannual in September provides international limelight. These are two special events which make Venice and Friuli-Venezia Giulia—with its festivals, film library, and Universities—an international venue for world cinema.

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ViPod Gallery, call for video submission


The Escape Artists Society (T.E.A.S.) http://www.escapeartists.ca wants your video art for Vancouver's first iPod viewing gallery or ViPod Gallery!

This is a fundraising event for Vancouver's hottest emerging arts society The Escape Artists Society (T.E.A.S.): we put art in unusual spaces – inserting 'our' world into 'there' world– penetrating public perceptions of culture, genre and form.

Submitted works must be created specifically for screening on Apple's new video iPod and can be no longer than 5 minutes in duration.

The content and style of your work is open – it can be narrative or non-narrative, personal or political, and presented in an experimental or documentary style.

Play with the notion of "ViPodification" in your work – the small, intimate scale of the iPod may direct your explorations technically and conceptually – "podify" it. Featured artists are eligible for prize packs featuring treats donated by local designers, artists and businesses.

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Diesel Wall Competition

The Diesel Wall Competition is on again! For those not familiar, Diesel, the clothing company, hosts this competition to select art work to be shown on their (really large) wall in Milan and Berlin. I haven't been to Berlin, but the one in Milan is rather impressive in its size. Here's a picture of what I saw there last (taken February 06):

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from the competition site:

One competition. Two walls. Three winners.

After the success of the Diesel Walls in Milan and Berlin, we have decided to merge the two into one big competition... with two walls... and three winners.

This is a single competition, so only one entry per person is allowed.

The jury will select three winners. Two winners will be shown in Milan and one in Berlin.

Unlike previous competitions, we are only accepting entries in digital form, from this website.

We impose no limits on your mind however. It’s just a wall. So get over it. Go round it. Think of it. Or climb on it. Tell us what you see.


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Art takes the bus. A social intervention in Rome.


Two buses customized with panels for a travelling installation and 18 artworks, including videos and photos have toured throughout Rome presenting the initiative “undergrounds”. This project created by the artists Pablo Echaurren and Alexander Jakhnagiev focusing on borderline lives is devoted to the world of tramps and homeless people. Starting March 27th, these two art buses have visited public schools in Rome, promoting this socially conscious artistic initiative. "Undergrounds", curated by Echaurren and Jakhnagiev is divided into two sections.

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Everybody is an artist

Museum of Temporary Art (Museo d’Arte Momentanea)
From March 28th
Milano, Porta Genova

This initiative is organised by Esterni, a social and cultural project which embraces many fields such as culture, art and communication promoting public art and different ways to aggregate people.
Museum of Temporary Art is a performance/event which involves anybody who is interested in taking part to a creative laboratory where you can realize any kind of artworks using different materials without following precise canons or rules. The project particularly engages students, artists, architects, gallery managers, journalists, critics. The participants will form spontaneously artistic groups and the exhibition space will change continuously according to the emergence of new projects created by their interactions.
Museum of Temporary Art represents a new approach to contemporary art which is often considered inaccessible and élitist.
I think that it could be considered a good example of Relational Aesthetics as the artworks are the result of social and individual interaction among “the artists” and their relationships make possible the artworks’ creation.
Milan, Warehouses of Porta Genova

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Maximum security at Magasin3 in Stockolm

From the press release: The artist Fabrice Gygi places riots barricades at museums, hangs up bombs so that they resemble chandeliers, and makes a provisional voting booth for an undecided nation. Artist Fabrice Gygi has compared himself to a figurative painter in that he copies objects that he observes in the world around him. Gygi uses their characteristics in forms and materials but displaces their function and context. At Magasin 3, the rooms are filled with sculptures in industrial and military materials such as stainless steel, tarpaulin, and tension straps.
Gygi critiques authoritarian systems in our culture by studying everyday architecture and ordinary objects. He questions the police's preparations ahead of expected riots and our obsession with feeling secure. Fabrice Gygi was born in Switzerland in 1965. He lives and works in Geneva. The solo show at Magasin 3 Stockholm Konsthall is his first exhibition in the Nordic countries.

Until 28 May 2006
Magasin 3
Stochkolm Konsthall

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Bird Flu


Bird flu is “A mental and physical trip into the center of Europe, between real and unreal fears, physical and mental influences".
A white and aseptic truck will move through the European cities, and will stop in front of involved art spaces and meaningful places. On its sides the big words "bird flu" will be positioned. Around the truck and during hours of stop in every city, there will be the distribution of a series of 5000 badges with the combinations of some words with the "flu" term: like "Art Flu, Ass Flu, Politic Flu, Money Flu, Opinion Flu,TV Flu, Dead Flu, Love Flu, Tami Flu, Bird Flu, Star Flu, Peace Flu, Dog Flu, Toy Flu, Sex Flu, Techno Flu, Angel Flu, Boy Flu, War Flu, Religion Flu, Gun Flu, Pig Flu, Pussy Flu, Girl Flu".

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Bringing Street Protest to Cyberspace In Manila

A group of online activists offered an alternative space to protest after the Government violently prohibited the streets and freedom parks to exercise public assembly and practice freedom of speech. The online activists calling themselves BrigadaElektronica electronic disturbance group organized an "electronic sit-in"- bringing street protest actions on cyberspace.
The electronic disturbance group is once again announcing their second electronic sit-in campaign, targeting the Malakanyang website, PNP and Office of the President.
The action officially starts on March 23, 2006, it will last until the first of April. They are inviting everyone to join and occupy the Philippine National Police website for being a rampant human rights violator.
by Manila Indymedia

More info at manila.indymedia.org

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Pimp My Doll, Next Friday



Friday 24 March 2006

@ Studio Camuffo
Cannaregio 4132, Venezia
+39 041 522 9757


** Featuring our very own Andy Rementer of Techno Tuesday!!! **

Also reprezentin' from Fabrica: Grisha Morgenstern and Paolo Princi

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Art is Advertising or Advertising is Art?


16/03/06 - 31/03/06
Paris- Palais de Tokyo, Milan Careof, Antwerp NICC

Neterotopia is an event that takes place in various spaces on the Net and in 3 different exhibition spaces.. Eleven artists from different countries have been invited to choose an Internet site and use the spaces usually reserved for advertising.
Artists and websites Christophe Bruno www.liberation.fr , Ghazel www.sortiraparis.com, Susan Hefuna movies.tenuae.com, Nathalie Hunterhttp:// www.google.com, Yuji Oshima http://www.arman.fm Peter Lemmensand Eva Cardon http://www.wunderground.com, Adam Vackar http://www.inrockutibles.com, Stephen Vitiello www.villagevoice.com, Luca Vitone www.viamichelin.it, Version (Gabriela Vanga, Ciprian Muresan e Mircea Cantor) http://www.corriere.it, 0100101110101101.ORG http://www.film.it.

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The most important date with Italian art, digital culture and new media is back, with its second edition. PIEMONTE_SHARE_2006 runs parallel with the XX Winter Olympic Games in Turin 2006 and kicks off during the Paralympics with the theme "Limitless": breaking down the barriers.


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Make Your 15 Minutes of Fame

Every Thursday during May, Make Tvwill host a programme of live webcasts curated by Sideshow and created, potentially, by you! Artists are invited to plug in their webcams and beam live to the net for their very own fifteen minutes of fame. An online audience will interact with performers and vote for their favorite broadcasts. Make TV programs will be available online, for 48 hours, to view and download. The project combines a web interface with plug-and-play web streaming technology, meaning no additional software or server costs for the broadcaster, and is designed for anyone with the desire to create live content. The concept was developed by Active Ingredient, a UK company which combines the digital arts with web design and development.
The submission deadline for May's program is Monday, March 20th

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Art Fair in Bologna, end of this month



Celebrating 30 years

The initiatives of ARTEFIERA ART FIRST 2006:

L’ESPRIT NOUVEAU - The eye-catching L’Esprit Nouveau hall, based on an original design by Le Corbusier in the 1970s, houses young international galleries bringing an overview of current artistic creativity to ARTEFIERA ART FIRST.

EASTWARDS – Emerging Markets - Extensive array of events featuring the artistic output of east European countries, underscoring the cultural diversity and dynamism of their artistic communities.

BOLOGNA ART FIRST - Installations by leading contemporary artists, Italian and international, on show in the city’s most prestigious museums and institutional buildings.

ABO art criticism - Achille Bonito Oliva proposes in an exhibition space featuring not “art objects” but “concepts”; in “Arte: dimenticare a memoria” the critic invites internationally renowned artists to talk about a work that does not physically exist but which they dream of producing.

INFO: http://www.artefiera.bolognafiere.it

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30 years of "La Repubblica"

For all the Italians and whoever is interested.
Today "La repubblica", the newspaper that changed the journalistic approach in our country, celebrates his thirty anniversary (http://www.repubblica.it/speciale/2006/trentanni).

On January 14th, 1976 Italians first found in the newsstand a journal that on the first page declared itself "independent but not neutral".
In the middle of the crazy and hard '70s, that was a way to say something different and free.

That project started like the dream of a newspaper made by journalists and not by industries, money, editors.
In thirty years, trough all the difficult adventures and histories that this country has had, "La Repubblica" is become the second main newspaper all over Italy. Of course many things are changed in the format and in the approach. Too many.

But its story is still important, and exciting, at least till the freedom dream was really followed (look at "La sera andavamo in Via Veneto" by Eugenio Scalfari....that book is amazing!). And the newspaper is still a very good product, acoording to his time and space conditions.

This thirty-year story deserves an happy birtday. At least from people that still believe in old fashioned things such as freedom of press and power of opinions and words.

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To all the Moovie Maniacs

There's going to be the 17th edition on Trieste Film Festival starting next Thursday. The festival will be on from 19th to 26th of January.

For further information look at the website: www.alpeadriacinema.it


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E26 - 28 JANUARY 2006

From the 26th to the 28th January 2006, during Arte Fiera, the city of Bologna will host the sixth edition of Netmage, an international festival aimed to explore media innovation within the context of electronic arts.

Netmage 06, focusing on multi-media design, live media acts (sound and images played live) and cutting-edge styling, will work as a meeting point for multi-media artists, vjs, musicians, and performers from Europe, USA, Canada, Australia, Japan, Argentina.

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The eighth project in SMoCA's “southwestNET” series, this exhibition highlights groundbreaking art using new technologies by Mark Amerika/ Rick Silva/ Nathaniel Wojtalik (Boulder, Colorado); David Birchfeild/ Loren Olsen (Tempe, Arizona); Natalie Jerimeijenko (La Jolla, California); Yves Amu Klein (Scottsdale, Arizona); Lucy Petrovich (Tucson, Arizona) and Tristan Shone (La Jolla, California).

To kick off the opening of the exhibition southwestNET: techno , on December 17th, 2005 , artist Rick Silva will be in Scottsdale for a 24 hour, international "blog jam" event called 24 Hour Count . Along with artistic collaborators Mark Amerika (in Sydney, Australia) and Nathaniel Wojtalik (in Boulder, Colorado), Silva will record, mix, interpret and respond to current events using technologies that include the mobile phones, digital video, mini-disk recorders, musical instruments and numerous computer software programs. As the artists record images, sounds and other information, they will send their findings in the form of digital messages and files back and forth to one another, continually mixing sound, images and text, like DJs. Hour by hour their mixes will be uploaded onto a blog, which will document live their intercontinental "jam session."

Founded in 1999, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art [SMoCA] is the only museum in Arizona devoted to the art, architecture and design of our time. Global in its focus, the Museum is a unique and vital cultural resource for the Southwest, serving local audiences as well as visitors from throughout the United States and abroad. Designed by award-winning architect Will Bruder, SMoCA's minimalist building (an ingenious renovation of a former movie theater) has five galleries for showcasing changing exhibitions and works from the Museum's growing permanent collection.


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D>Art.06 is the ninth edition of Australia’s premier screen and digital media arts festival. This year’s festival will feature new and experimental video and web art as well as works using mobile technologies presented in a month-long program of screenings, a forum and an exhibition at the Sydney Opera House Studio and Exhibition Hall in April 2006.

Under the theme Condition of Emergence, dLux media arts is now calling for works in the following categories of D>Art.06: D>Art.06 Screen: Experimental video works with a maximum duration of 15 minutes; D>Art.06 Web: Online works suitable for exhibition in a gallery environment; D>Art.06 Locative/Mobile: Artworks specifically made with or for mobile technologies. The nature of the artwork may range from video to games to locative and social networking applications.

All works submitted must have been completed in 2005 or 2006.

The call for entries closes on February 18th 2006. Any entries not received by this date will not be accepted.

For more information, detailed entry conditions and to submit your work to D>Art.06, please visit http://www.dlux.org.au/dart06

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