A Planetary Order (Terrestrial Cloud Globe), a work made by Martin John Callanan while Artist in Residence at UCL Environment Institute will be at a number of exhibitions and conferences this summer.
ISEA2010 RUHR Exhibition, 20 August – 5 September, Dortmund, Germany
FutureEverything 2010, 12-15 May, Manchester, UK
7th International Conference Computer Graphics, Imaging and Visualization, Sydney, Australia
14th International Conference Information Visualization iV 2010, London
Computational Aesthetics 2010, London
The UCL Environment Institute, Slade School of Fine Art, and David & Charles Publishers invite you to an evening reception to celebrate
the unveiling of Martin John Callanan’s A Planetary Order (Terrestrial Cloud Globe)
and the publication of Richard Hamblyn’s Extraordinary Clouds
on Tuesday 30th June 2009, 6:30-9:00pm
at the Main Quadrangle, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT
Faculty of Art & Design (G-Building)
The exhibition runs from 11 – 16 December 2008.
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm and Saturday 1 – 5pm.
A catalogue of associated material is available online at my new
The artist acknowledges the support of the Faculty of Art & Design and
the Outside Studies Program (OSP) of Monash University.
Martin John Callanan will be Artist in Residence at UCL’s Environment Institute for the year 2008-09
Vince Dziekan – Researcher in Residence Open Studio
Wednesday 23rd April 2-5pm
Slade Research Centre Woburn Square, Ground Floor
Vince Dziekan is holding an Open Studio on the afternoon of 23rd April to mark the end of his research residency at the Slade. He has been working on a research project focussing on curatorial design and the implications of the digital on how exhibitions are mediated.
He will welcome visitors for informal discussion throughout the afternoon.
Vince is Senior Lecturer in Digital Imaging and Deputy Head Multimedia & Digital Arts at Monash University (Melbourne, Australia), where he is an artist/curator/writer whose practice encompasses photography, new media and curatorial projects including the recent REMOTE exhibition http://www.remoteexhibition.com/.
SCEMFA is delighted to welcome Vince Dziekan as researcher in residence until early May 2008. Vince is Senior Lecturer in Digital Imaging and Deputy Head Multimedia & Digital Arts at Monash University (Melbourne, Australia), where he is an artist/curator/writer whose practice encompasses photography, new media and curatorial projects including the recent REMOTE exhibition http://www.remoteexhibition.com/.
He is currently working on a research project that focuses on curatorial design and the implications of the digital on how exhibitions are mediated. This investigation broaches the broader issue of the relationship of art to its institutionalized spaces and forms part of his PhD research project “Without Walls: Virtuality and the Art of Exhibition”.