Martin John Callanan needs your vote… his work ‘I Wanted To See All the News From Today’ is a finalist in the first FILE Lux Prix for electronic and digital art.
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FILE PRIX LUX has the intent of rewarding, motivating and stimulating the emergence of new talents in the area of electronic and digital languages. Since 2000, FILE – Electronic Language International Festival constitutes an international interdisciplinary platform for the development of innovative and creative projects in the area of arts and technologies. FILE is a cultural, nonprofit organization that promotes a reflection on the main themes of the global contemporary electronic-digital context, always in a transdisciplinary vision in the political complexity of our time’s cultural universe. For ten years now, FILE has collaborated, through exhibitions and symposiums, with the aesthetic-technological development that the new electronic-digital languages offer to contemporary cultures, as well as it has positioned Brazil in the world context of those new trends. In 2010, FILE will accomplish a long-awaited objective: to award to some of the projects an international prize in money.
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
Laughing Cavalier (still), Tim Head 2002
21 November 2009 to 9 January 2010
A major solo exhibition by Tim Head at Huddersfield Art Gallery.
The exhibition will showcase a selection of digital works, drawings and prints and will include a dramatic outdoor digital projection on the Library and Art Gallery building to coincide with the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival (until 29 November).
Monday – Friday 10am–5pm
Sunday 22 and 29 November 10am–4pm
Closed all other Sundays and Bank Holidays
Huddersfield Art Gallery
Princess Alexandra Walk
The exhibition will tour to Kettles Yard in Spring 2010