bloc    January 11, 2000

Date: December 1998Venue:Chapter Arts CentrePartner: Chapter Arts Centre | Partner: | This meeting concentrated on the art of sound Outline: Fine art works increasingly involve a multidisciplinary approach including sound and interaction. This meeting explored sound as an additional dimension in the visual arts, the composition of sound by an audience, and the possibilities sound [...]

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Date: December 1999Venue:Chapter Arts CentrePartner: Chapter Arts Centre | Partner: | This seminar will focus on our human capacity for prophecy Outline: In the 50`s when mainframe computers were first programmed and memory was costly, programmers were encouraged to save memory by expressing years in two digits rather than four. Now with the approaching year [...]

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bloc    January 9, 2000

Date: October 1998Venue:Chapter Arts CentrePartner: Chapter Arts Centre | Partner: | This meeting explored the important role print has had in forming knowledge and disseminating information. Outline: Its reproductive qualities challenge have always challenge the singular fine art work. The current ability to `publish` work on the world wide web extends the notion of duplication [...]

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Date: October 1999Venue:Chapter Arts CentrePartner: Chapter Arts Centre | Partner: | This seminar will explore the possibilities for transforming our existing identities through new technology. Outline: Following the presentations there will be a chaired discussion open to the contributors and the audience. Digital technology is claimed to blur the boundaries between self and simulated identities. [...]

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bloc    January 8, 2000

Date: September 1998Venue:Chapter Arts CentrePartner: Chapter Arts Centre | Partner: | This meeting explored the belief that society and culture are determined by technology. Outline: There are various and often conflicting theories as to what influences technological change. Technological determinism is sometimes argued to be an autonomous entity which forces society to adapt to it. [...]

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bloc    January 6, 2000

Date: July 1998Venue:Chapter Arts CentrePartner: Chapter Arts Centre | Partner: | Site-specific Bloc explored alternatives to the fixed, static or monumental sculptures that are often associated with public, site related art works. Via the internet new multi- site relationships are now possible. Outline: This meeting discussed alternative notions of `site`, asking how does new technology [...]

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bloc    January 5, 2000

Date: June 1998Venue:Chapter Arts CentrePartner: Chapter Arts Centre | www.chapter.orgPartner: | This meeting addressed the rapid advances in scientific technologies and explored whether the arts, and more specifically installation related work, can supply a critical commentary on developments in biotechnology. Outline: This meeting aims to address issues such as: What are the effects of scientific [...]

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bloc    January 4, 2000

Date: May 1998Venue:Chapter Arts CentrePartner: Chapter`s Visual Arts and Digital Arts Programme | www.chapter.orgPartner: | This meeting will explore the latest in both CAD software and CAM hardware. Outline: The debate will aim to address a number of issues: Is this method of production available and financially viable for `one off` art works?How does the [...]

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Date: May 1999Venue:Chapter Arts CentrePartner: Chapter Arts Centre | Partner: | A seminar exploring the World Wide Web as an imaginary space. Outline: Fictitious terrains, fictitious and humanised space, memory maps, and virtual activities employed by artists working with the World Wide Web engage with the web`s metaphorical language of space such as `site`, `location`, [...]

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bloc    January 3, 2000

Date: April 1998Partner: Chapter Arts Centre | Partner: | This meeting aims to explore alternative interfaces used to access computer processors as well as look at the changing role of audiences from the spectator to that of the participator of participant/spectator. Outline: The debate will address a number of issues: Has art always been interactive?How [...]

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