transmediale/magazine

transmediale/magazine

transmediale/magazine is a new format of transmediale, a magazine on art and digital culture which marks the continued presence of transmediale in the city and internationally beyond the festival itself. It contains actual information about art and digital culture, and will be appreciated by the international scene of arts and culture. Three issues are envisioned per year. It will take the discourses and thematic we start annually at the festival, and bring them into discussions throughout the whole year.

Welcome to the page of the transmediale/magazine!

 

transmediale/magazine is a new format of transmediale, a magazine on art and digital culture which marks the continued presence of transmediale in the city and internationally beyond the festival itself. It contains actual information about art and digital culture, and will be appreciated by the international scene of arts and culture. Three issues are envisioned per year. It will take the discourses and thematic we start annually at the festival, and bring them into discussions throughout the whole year.

 

Issue 3: CAPTURE ALL

 

 

 

Authors/Contributors: Christian Ulrik Andersen, Timo Arnall, Art is Open Source [AOS]: Salvatore Iaconesi & Oriana Persico, Ryan Bishop, Zach Blas, Ruth Catlow, Geoff Cox, Jordan Crandall, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Daphne Dragona, Leslie Dunton-Downer, Eastwood – Real Time Strategy Group, Alexander Farenholtz, Kristoffer Gansing, Marc Garrett, Sarah Kember, LaTurbo Avedon, Silvio Lorusso, Jonas Lund, Jennifer Lyn Morone, Lutz Nitsche, Jussi Parikka, Matteo Pasquinelli, People Like Us, Laurel Ptak, Tobias Revell, Jan Rohlf, Robert Sakrowski, Sebastian Schmieg, Marcel Schwierin, Erica Scourti, Mike Stubbs, Tiziana Terranova, Ben Vickers, Hortensia Völckers, McKenzie Wark.

 

Content

Exhibition Programme:

Internet Machine by Timo Arnall

Stakhanov by Art is Open Source [AOS]: Salvaore Iaconese, Oriana Persico

Face Cages by Zach Blas

Invisible by Heather Dewey-Hagborg

Civilization IV - Age of Warcraft by Eastwood – Real Time Strategy Group

Commons by LaTurbo Avedon

FTFY (Fixed That For You) by Jonas Lund

Jennifer Lyn Moronetm, INC. by Jennifer Lyn Morone 

Networked Optimization by Sebastian Schmieg & Silvio Lorusso

Mercenary Cubiclists by Tobias Revell

Body Scan by Erica Scourti

 

Conference Programme:

Work conference stream

The Red Stack by Tiziana Terranova

Wages for Facebook by Laurel Ptak

Life conference stream

Automated and Embodied: An Interview with Jordan Crandall on Artistic Research 

The Blind Eye of the Algorithm by Matteo Pasquinelli

A Day in the Life of Janet Smart by Sarah Kember

Play conference stream

Be Impossible. Do the Realistic. An exchange of thoughts between McKenzie Wark and Ruth Catlow & Mark Garret of Furtherfield.

 

Screening Programme:

Introduction and Works selected by Marcel Schwierin

Labour in a Single Shot by Antje Ehrmann and Harun Farocki

 

Performance Programme:

Overview and Cooperation Events

CTM Un Tune

 

Festival Highlights:

Magical Secrecy Tour

Guest Exhibition: Time & Motion 

 

Issue 2: the afterglow

 

 

Authors/Contributors: Jamie Allen, Tatiana Bazzichelli (Programme Curator), Ryan Bishop, Benjamin H. Bratton, Kristoffer Gansing (Artistic Director), David Gauthier, Markus Huber, Katrien Jacobs, Metahaven, Sandra Naumann, Trevor Paglen, Francesco Warbear Macarone Palmieri, Jussi Parikka, Laura Poitras, Jan Rohlf, Marcel Schwierin (Programme Curator), Sufeng Song, Denhart von Harling, Jinyan Zeng

 

Content
Exhibition Programme:
CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE by Jamie Allen and David Gauthier
Art Hack Day Berlin : Afterglow – Two-Day Hackathon and Instant Exhibition

 

Conference Programme:
Hashes to Ashes conference stream
The Art of Disclosure by Tatiana Bazzichelli. Interview with Laura Poitras
Untitled (Drones) by Trevor Paglen
An Afterglow of the Mediatic conference stream
The Elemental Media Condition by Jussi Parikka and Ryan Bishop
The Cloud and the Stack by Benjamin H. Bratton and Metahaven
Will You Be My Trashure? conference stream
The Protesting Body in the Party-State by Zeng Jinyan
Excess is a Way to Escape Frigid Censorship by Sufeng Song

 

Screening Programme:

Introduction and Works selected by Marcel Schwierin

 

Performance Programme:
Overview and Cooperation Events
CTM Dis Continuity

 

Festival Highlights
Partner Programme Exhibitions

 

 

Issue 1: uncertain space – media art all over

 

 

 

Contributors: Tatiana Bazzichelli, Ryan Bishop, Christian de Lutz, Daniel Franke, Kristoffer Gansing, Gregor Hotz, Ela Kagel, Kai Kreuzmüller, Carsten Lisecki, Olof Mathé, Diana McCarty, John McKiernan, Georgia Nicolau, Francesco Warbear Macarone Palmieri, Georgios Papadopoulos, Jussi Parikka, Paulo Podrescu aka Podinski, Jan Rohlf, Justas Rudziaskas, Pit Schultz, Erika Siekstelyte, Daniela Silvestrin, Allegra Solitude, Heiko Stubenrauch, John Wild, Florian Wüst, Pinar Yoldas

 

Index
Editorial. Kristoffer Gansing & Filippo Gianetta
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Profiles of interviewees
reSource Chat 1: Being within, inside, and outside at once…
reSource Chat 2: Berlin: Before it is too late and we turn into a zoo…
reSource Chat 3: Networking transmedial culture
reSource Chats: Networking Berlin transmedial culture. Tatiana Bazzichelli
Mapping the reSource network. John Wild
Austerity and the end of the Arts. Georgios Papadopoulous
A Place for Capital: Urban Art and the Society of Security. Jussi Parikka
A Place to Read: Victor Burgin, Space, Memory and Digital Politics. Ryan Bishop
An Ecosystem of Excess. Daniela Silvestrin & Pinar Yoldas
Art Hack Day. Kristoffer Gansing & Olof Mathé
transmediale 2014 afterglow. Kristoffer Gansing
CTM.14 – DIS CONTINUITY. Jan Rohlf

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