The Inter-Format Edition is launched in parallel to the Symposium “Reinventing Interdisciplinarity > Adapting to the Future” (May 3-6, 2011) organised by Nida Art Colony to explore various forms of collaboration between artists, curators and researchers. Inter-Format Edition continues looking for new formats to adapt to the changing conditions of the art world, cultural institutions and audiences.
- How many places can a site hold?
- Collecting the Future
- Justin Tyler Tate
- Nida Radio Wave Bridge
- The Futurists Are Here!
- Would you like to join with art?
- A Story of the Most Beautiful Bodies
- Nida and Other Demons or think twice
- New Imaging: Transdisciplinary Strategies for Art Beyond the New Media
- Swing With Me
- A Death of Serendipity?
- Postcards from Slovenia
- Not knowing something (as a good start for cultural production?)
- Softwood Basketball Court
- How to Become an Artist? Expanded edition
- LABTOLAB NETWORK
- WITHDRAWAL SYNDROME
- Alt Labs & redefining media lab
Migrating/Resistance Edition is launched with the T.R.A.C.E.S Meeting organised by Transcultures at Via Festival in Mons and explores creative and critical engagements with the city and new ways of collaboration between artists, curators, and researchers in order to reflect on and question existing and new conditions of the contemporary cultural scene across various forms, media, institutions and audiences.
Cultural Interfaces Edition
Cultural Interfaces Edition is launched with EARZOOM FESTIVAL based on the interests of the collaborators to explore and share our research on forms used to communicate. Focus on innovation, sound, research, technology and contemporary forms of institutional or self expression. The term Cultural Interfaces was proposed by Lev Manovich in his book Language of New Media. The edition seeks to articulate methodologies from diverse backgrounds in order to share and transfer acquired knowledge with interested culture professionals and wider audiences.
T.R.A.C.E.S & Nida Art Colony Artists in Residence
Marta Vosyliūtė, Linas Ramanauskas (Administrator), Jodi Rose, Gwenn-Aël LYNN, Vytautas Michelkevičius (Artistic Director), Natalia Borissova, Hanna Husberg, Marjolein Houben, Tamara Henderson, Johanna Sophie Santos Bassetti, Justin Tyler Tate. Joined by: Irmelin Joelson, Krišs Salmanis, Ernest Truely
Nida Seaside, April 13th, 2011
Photo by: Justin Tyler Tate
Open Zone Edition
Traces Tea and Radio Lounge and radioCona at The Open Zone during transmediale.11 offered a space for slow culture, open to relaxed interaction and deeper exchange with a live radio show, on-site collaborative publication, tea made from wild Lithuanian herbs, and cake!
- What is Transitory Art?
- Free/Libre Culture Forum - Sustainable Models for Creativity
- Getting Intimate with Invisible Audiences
- Fake Press
- Make Your Own Market
- Word Bank
- Call from Paris
- Formare: Edu-Factory
- Content vs Conversation
- The Virtual State
- Demystifying the Creative Industries
- Bifo: I will be brief
- La Quadrature du Net
- Radio as an Arts Space
- Brandon LaBelle: Tender Beats
- Nida Art Colony as Slow Zone
- Radio Cona/the Zone
- Collaborative Futures
- Andy Holtin: Kinetic Sculptor
- Tea Lounge Live Transcript
Scott McLaughlin (UK)
Laura Prikule (LV)
Philippe Franck (BE)
Marko Karlovčec (SLO)
Damian Jurt (CH)
Aurélien Giraudet (FR)
Jaime Oliver (PE/USA)