Posts Tagged ‘presentation’

Neural 42 extra – VIDA Awards 13.2 DVD

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

Photo neural mag #42


Neural #42 extra, VIDA Awards 13.2 DVD, an introduction and contextualization about VIDA Awards 13.2 edition and its winners, made by Artistic Director Monica Bello (only for subscribers)


Identity and Simulation. Artificial Life on the Networks

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

With Jussi Parikka, Pau Waelder, Aymeric Mansoux and Mónica Bello. Recorded (VO EN/ES) in Barcelona the 24th of February 2012 as part of the I+C+i Our Life Online session at CCCB.

Setting up Naked on Pluto at ARCO

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

If you are in Madrid this week come to visit the exhibition of VIDA
13.2 showcasing some of the projects awarded in the last edition of
the Art and Artificial Life International Awards, including Naked on Pluto. You will find us at the Fundacion Telefonica stand at Arco Madrid.


Naked on Pluto at Pixelache Pixelversity

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

Dave will be presenting the story of Naked on Pluto on Wednesday the 9th November at Pixelache Helsinki. From it’s original inspirations, how we present issues of privacy via a game and some of the technical details behind it’s implementation. This talk will begin Pixelversity’s theme of ‘Social Identity, Augmented Reality & Virtuality’ initiated by Owen Kelly, which will explore digital tools, interfaces between public / private, personal / social & real / virtual. Pixelversity is the outreach & education programme of Pixelache Helsinki. Location: Cable Factory, Tallberginkatu 1 C 15 (Ruoholahti Metro) . More info here.

Plutonian Striptease lectures at LiWoLi 2011

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

astounding stories of super-science

Art Meets Radical Openness: Liwoli 2011

Guests Friday 13 May

Marloes de Valk – and
Owen Mundy –
Dusan Barok –

Guests Saturday 14 May

Nicolas Malevé –
Margaritha Köhl –
Pippa Buchanan (Mozilla Webcraft) –
Birgit Bachler –

‘Plutonian Striptease’ is a 2 evening lecture series, filled with short 30 minute lectures on social media, online privacy, the data market and the economy of open systems.

We all share a lot of information with others online. Not only voluntarily and consciously via public parts of social media, but also unknowingly, by searching, purchasing, browsing… And on top of that, non-public parts of the web are being scraped to complete the already very detailed profiles data brokers and listening companies have on us. (more…)