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Digital Art Biennial 2018 - Extended Deadline!

  Digital Art Biennial extends registrations until October 1   INTERESTED PARTIES CAN REGISTER UNTIL OCTOBER 1, 2017 THROUGH DIGITAL FORM AVAILABLE ON THE DIGITAL ART FESTIVAL WEBSITE   The Digital Art Festival (FAD) has extended registrations until October 1 for the selective ...

Update_4 Biennial

An exhibition about the symbiosis between arts and technologies with 20 artworks from 13 countries An international art contest by the Liedts-Meesen Foundation Zebrastraat (Ghent), iMAL and La Cambre (Brussels) Opening iMAL: Friday 21st September 18:00-22:00 Free entrance! Opening La Cambre: Wednesday 19th September Opening Zebrastraat: Thursday 20th September ...

The 2012 ZERO1 biennial : Seeking Silicon Valley

The 2012 ZERO1 Biennial takes place in Silicon valley from September 12 to December 8, 2012. ...

PANORAMAS, to be continued…

Panoramas, which took place on October 2nd and 3rd near Bordeaux, is the visible part of an ambitious project led by the GPV, Media-Cités and Le Bruit du Frigo. The purpose of the biennial is to reveal the Park « des coteaux » and create offbeat uses of this territory, both on tangible and digital plans. ...

Season In Hell by Randall Packer

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Don't miss A Season in Hell at the 01SJ Biennial. Check out his interview here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4MGou0tk2ak&feature=channel  ...

2010 01SJ Biennial Tickets Now Available!!

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The wait is over! It is time to snap uptickets for the 2010 01SJ Biennial. General admission tickets and tickets forperformances and special events (limited seating available) like Requiem forFossil Fuels, Season in Hell, and Midnight Concerts are now on sale online here. ...

Video: Angel Borrego Cubero talks about Out of the Garage, Into the World

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnl4PyZsY58 ...

ZSALON Tonight with Xavier Cortada: Visit us Virtually on UStream!

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What do social media, endangered species, mangrove seeds, and flags on Antarctica have in common? ...

ZER01 has 7 New Internships!

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ZER01 is excited to announce 7 new Internships! If are in the California area and want to be a part of the upcoming exciting 2010 01SJ Biennial check out our Internships. http://zero1.org/01sj/internships   ...

ZER01 Open Calls Extended and New Ones Added for 01SJ Biennial

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ZER01 has extended the Workshop and Micro-Grant open calls. Also we have several new exciting Open Calls. Check them all out at http://zero1.org/01sj/opencalls ...

01SJ 2010 Biennial

Mark your calendars for the 2010 01SJ Biennial, September 16-19, 2010 whose theme is Build Your Own World.

“The best way to predict the future is to invent it,” posited Alan Kay.

This idea encapsulates the Build Your Own World
theme where: The future is not about what’s next; it’s about what we
can build to ensure that what’s next matters. How can we, as
resourceful, innovative, and knowledgeable local and global citizens
build and participate in a desirable future in the face of global
climate change, economic meltdown, political instability, and cultural
divisiveness?

The 2010 01SJ Biennial is predicated on the notion that as artists,
designers, engineers, architects, marketers, corporations and citizens
we have the tools to (re)build the world, conceptually and actually,
virtually and physically, poorly and better, aesthetically and
pragmatically, in both large and small ways. Under the theme “Build
Your Own World,” the 3rd 01SJ Biennial will present a broad range of
exemplary work, which not only imagines the future (world) but builds
it.

The 3rd 01SJ Biennial will take place September 16-19, 2010,
throughout San Jose. It is about how powerful ideas and innovative
individuals from around the world can make a difference and come
together to build a unique, city-wide platform for creative solutions
and public engagement. It is about the inspiration needed to build a
world we want to live in and are able to live with.

“The Biennial in 2010 is slated to be the most provocative and
relevant Biennial that ZER01 has produced yet,” said Steve Dietz,
Artistic Director for ZER01. “Beyond the fact that we’ll be presenting
new commissions from some of the world’s most creative artists, the
theme will shape a fascinating and revealing exploration of what the
future might look like.  Additionally, the curatorial model allows us
to both showcase local expertise and complement it with outside talent
that can raise the visibility and stature of the overall Biennial
program.”

In its third iteration, the 01SJ Biennial will further position San
Jose and Silicon Valley as an international center for arts and
culture.  With over 45,000 attendees in 2008 – more than attended
either Ars Electronica, the foremost event of its kind, which as has been in existence for 30 years, or Art Basel Miami Beach,
which in its seventh year attracted 40,000 – the 01SJ Biennial is
emerging as one of the world’s most significant events of its kind. 
Its phenomenal growth is due in large part to the fact that it is a
mirror of the innovation and spirit that define Silicon Valley and
provides a unique perspective to the world and a synchronicity with the
region where it exists.

Come back for details or, better yet, sign-up for our e-news to keep abreast of news about the 2010 Biennial and other developments at ZER01.

The Lyon Biennial

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Thierry Raspail, the artistic director of the Lyon Biennial, has entrusted this 10th edition to the curator Hou Hanru. The event regroups four sites, the Sucrière, the Mac, the Bullukian Foundation and the Bichat Warehouse where the works are organised according to chapters: “The Magic of Things”, “Celebrating the Drift”, “Living Together”, “Another World is Possible” and “Veduta”. The general theme of the year is “The Spectacle of the Everyday”. ...
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