C3 - Events  
C3 MAIN PAGE :: C3 INFO :: C3 COLLECTION :: C3 EVENTS :: C3 PUBLICATIONS :: C3 SEARCH
Events
info(at)c3(dot)hu MAGYARUL
1996 :: 1997 :: 1998 :: 1999 :: 2000 :: 2001 :: 2002 :: 2003 :: 2004 :: 2005 :: 2006 :: 2007 :: 2008 :: 2009 :: 2010 :: 2011 :: 2012 :: 2013 :: 2014

2005

7-8. December, 2005 – Műcsarnok / Kunsthalle, Budapest
Snapshot
Media Art / 2005
Presentation of the Winners of the National Cultural Found’s Media Art Competition
organized by the C3 Foundation

Opening: December 6, Thursday, 6 pm
Opening Speaches by: Kálmán Kovács, Minister of Informatics and Communication;
Miklós Peternák and Dávid Kitzinger, Memebers of the Jury

The exhibition remains on view until 8 December 2005


20. October, 2005, 7 pm – Odeon Lloyd Cinema, Budapest
Gustav Deutsch - WORLD_MIRROR_CINEMA
Footage films from the first decades of cinema
Organized by C3 in the framework of the
LIGHT | IMAGE | ILLUSION project

Odeon Lloyd Cinema, Budapest
20. October, 2005, 7 pm
The film will be introduced by the author, Gustav Deutsch.


10. June - 3 July, 2005. – NCCA, Moscow, Russia
Active Image
Media Art in Hungary
Organized by C3 in the framework of the Hungarian Cultural Year in Russia

NCCA, Moscow
National Centre for Contemporary Arts
13 Zoologicheskaya, Moscow, 123242

Opening: Thursday, June 9, 2005, 18:00
By Bálint Magyar, Minister of Education, Republic of Hungary


05. May 2005., Thursday, 6:00 pm
Opening of the exhibition entitled:
Győrfi Gábor
Thallus

The exhibition remains on view until 26. May 2005,
weekdays from 12-8:00 pm
in the C3 Gallery
Budapest, I., Országház utca 9.


14-22. May 2005., Aegina, Greece
LIGHT | IMAGE | ILLUSION
The Aegina Academy, 2005
A Forum for Art and Science
Aegina, Greece


8. May 2004., Sunday, 18.00 - C3 Auditorium
Geert Lovink lectures / Linda Wallace screenings
C3 Auditorium, Budapest I., Országház utca 9.

more information »»

Geert Lovink lectures / Linda Wallace screenings

8. May, Sunday, C3 Auditorium, 18h
C3 Auditorium,
Budapest I., Országház utca 9.

lecture title:
Principles of Network Cultures

In his talks Geert Lovink will present the research agenda of his newly established Institute of Network Cultures, which is based in Amsterdam. What is 'critical Internet culture' as outlined in his books Dark Fiber and My First Recession and how does it relate to the current technology and business agendas? It has been liberating to have a good laugh about the organized stupidity and criminal energy of the dotcom generation. After 911 the hegemony of techno-libertarianism has faded away. So how does the Internet economy looks like today? Wikis, blogs and podcasting still seem to be extenstions of the nineties' philosophy in which content producers are kindly asked to give away their work for free. Can artists and activists only adapt what others have developed years ago or are still some possibilities to invent and intervene?

screening title:
Televisual Worlds

Linda Wallace will show and discuss the recent works entanglements (11min, 2004) and the video database installation LivingTomorrow (March 2005), made while artist-in-residence at Nederlands Instituut voor Mediakunst. Both works invite the viewer to reflect on the televisual landscape within which we live.
http://www.machinehunger.com.au/LivingTomorrow
http://www.machinehunger.com.au/entanglements


10. May, Tuesday, MKE Intermedia, 11h
(Budapest, 1063, Kmety Gy. utca 27.)

lecture title:
What is Tactical Media?

http://www.intermedia.c3.hu/pst/tactical.html

screening title:
Art-As-Research in the Academic Frame

Linda Wallace will discuss her recent studio-based Ph.D at Australian National University, called material media: artifacts from a digital age. Wallace will show and discuss the three works which comprised the Ph.D studio component: lovehotel, eurovision and the 1999 curatorial project PROBE, in Beijing.

http://www.machinehunger.com.au/phd
http://www.machinehunger.com.au/eurovision
http://www.machinehunger.com.au/lovehotel
http://www.machinehunger.com.au/probe

Geert Lovink is one of the most important European media theorist, and from this year he is the director of the newly founded Institute of Network Cultures in Amsterdam. (http://www.networkcultures.org) He is a prolific writer; beside many Dutch and German publications lately he just published two important books at the prestigious MIT Press: - Dark Fiber, Tracking Critical Internet Culture, ISBN 0-262-12249-9,

- Uncanny Networks, Dialogues with the Virtual Intelligentsia, ISBN 0-262-12251-0

Geert Lovink is a regular visitor in Budapest, he was the co-organizer of the MetaForum conference series in 1994, 95 and 96, (http://www.mrf.hu/metaforum.html), he had close contacts with the unofficial media scene of the early 90'ies in Hungary, he lectured at the Intermedia Faculty several times in Hungary, and this invitation would be a long awaited follow up of his earlier presence.


Linda Wallace a well-known video artist, (http://www.machinehunger.com.au) she would make a screening, and since video making is a central part of our curriculum, she could meet the students of our Faculty.

The lectures will be taken in English.

Supported by the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Budapest.


17-30. March 2005.
Space Art
Media Art installations at the Millenaris - organised by C3

Adrián Kupcsik - Júlia Vécsei
Environmash
Interactive computer-installation 2004

Brigitta Zics
MIRROR_SPACE
presented for the first time in Hungary

17-30. March 2005.
Space Art exhibition and workshop

For the first time ever, an international space-art event, comprising a workshop and exhibition, is planned in Budapest. The event is organised in connection with the Impact of Space on Society: Cultural Aspects, the First IAA International Conference, hosted by the Hungarian Space Research Bureau, held in March 2005.
 
Exhibition: 17-30. March 2005, Millenáris Park, Exhibition Halls C and D
Opening: 16. March 2005, 17.30
Organisers: Millenáris Kht; C3 Foundation; Nina Czeglédy, feelance curator
 
16. March 2005., Millenáris Park, D Lecture Room
Space Art workshop
Organiser: OLATS - L'Observatoire Leonardo des arts et des technosciences

more information »»

"One of the defining achievements of the twentieth century was the birth of the space age. For the first time in history, humans escaped the gravity of the earth, walked on other celestial planets and established the first outposts in space." (Roger Malina)

Art and artists have formed an integral part of space exploration. From the beginning, film-makers, performance artists, sculptors and new media artists have contributed to space art. The term "Space Art" has many connotations and definitions even among practitioners. Roger Malina, astronomer and executive editor of Leonardo, defines space art as follows:

1. Art which exploits sensory experiences generated through space exploration. New
landscapes become accessible through space photography and film.
2. Art which expresses the new psychological and philosophical conceptions developed through the exploration of space. The primary example of this is the concept of the Earth as a whole system - a concept made concrete by the first views of the whole Earth seen from space.
3. Art in space, viewed from Earth.
4. Art on Earth, viewed from space.
5. Art in space, viewed in space.
6. The applied arts, such as space architecture, interior design and furniture design.
7. Art which takes advantage of new technologies and materials created through space activities. The most important of these make use of satellite systems to create simultaneous global artworks.

Since 1997, a series of one-day Workshops on Space and the Arts have been co-organized between Leonardo/Olats, the OURS Foundation and the International Academy for Astronautics. In collaboration with the First IAA International Conference that will take place 17-19 March 2005 in Budapest, Leonardo/Olats is holding its 8th Space and the Arts Workshop on 16 March 2005, entitled The Impact of Space on Society: Cultural Aspects.

http://www.olats.org/setF3.html
http://www.spaceart.net/definition.php
http://www.art-outsiders.com/uk1_arto.html

7-8. March 2005., at 7 p.m.
Montevideo
Presentations and video-selections from the collections of the Netherlands Media Art Institute - Montevideo/Time Based Arts

The programme has been realised in cooperation of the Ernst Museum’s Dorottya Gallery and C3: Center for Culture & Communication, with the kind support of the Royal Netherlands Embassy

1-20. February 2005. Trafó Gallery :: http://www.trafo.hu/
Longtime

Presentation and exhibition in the Trafó Gallery based on the archives of C3: Center for Culture & Communication (H), Careof & Viafarini Documentation Center (I) and DOCU_FICTION (RO)
Presentations by: Alina Serban (RO), Milovan Farronato (I), Miklós Peternák (H)
Curator: Eszter Bircsák
 
15. February 2005., 7 p.m.
Miklós Peternák presents the C3 Video Archive
http://www.c3.hu/collection/videomuveszet/
The selection of video works from the C3 Archive is on view 15-20 February in the Trafó Gallery.

more information »»

List of presented videos:

László László Révész
Black Sheep
Digital video, 2003-05
7’20’’

János Sugár
The Typewriter of the Illiterate
Digital video, 2001
7’25’’

Tamás Komoróczky
Codename: UUUU
Digital video, 2003
7’21’’

Szabolcs Kispál
L’autre monde
Video, 1998
2’35’’

Miklós Bölcskey
Traffic
Video, 1996
3’25’’

Andrea Scneemeier
Playing to Change the World (The Bride)
Digital video, 2004,
10’

Gábor Bódy:
PHILO- MYTHO- LYRIC CLIPS

DE OCCULTA PHILOSOPHIA
philo-clip
DFFB, TU Berlin and own production (1983/col./video) 3’15”
With the work of Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim (1486--1535)

DANCE OF EURYNOMÉ
Mytho-clip
Tag/Traum (Cologne) (1985/col./video) 3’

NOVALIS: WALZER
Lyric-clip
WDR (Cologne), Lichtblick (1985/ col./video) 3’

 

C3 MAIN PAGE :: C3 INFO :: C3 COLLECTION :: C3 EVENTS :: C3 PUBLICATIONS :: C3 SEARCH