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ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art
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Friday, August 14 • 8:00pm - Saturday, August 15 •10:30pm
Opening Reception at VIVO

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Elisa Ferrari has curated an exciting group of installations and performances for ISEA. Join us for an unforgettable party at renowned Vancouver artist run centre VIVO. 

Featuring works by Emmanuel Madan, Brady Marks, Angela Ferraiolo, Ed Osborn, and Frederico Pimpão


VIVO is an easy skytrain ride from both downtown near the SFU campus, and the New Media Gallery in New Westminster, where there will be an opening earlier the same night. 


ABOUT VIVO:

The Satellite Video Exchange Society (now VIVO, incorporated 1973) was the first video exchange library, and one of the earliest international video centres and Canadian artist-run centres. Its founding mandate was to facilitate international information exchange through a public video library and, by the 1980s, to provide access to video equipment, basic workshops, and publish a magazine, Video Guide, distributed internationally.

VIVO’s mandate is to directly support artists and independent community-based producers to develop, exchange, and disseminate their skills in a supportive environment through accessible services and programs. Our vision is a robust, diverse, and vibrant media arts sector: a catalyst for critical and innovative engagement with the material forms and cultural meanings of media and technology. VIVO’s programs offer a broad range of services and opportunities to artists and the public. They include:

•    Access to the material necessities for quality production through affordable equipment rental, editing 
facilities, software, and production space.
•    A broad range of skill development and education opportunities that encourage the exploration of 
technology and aesthetics within a critical, artistic framework.
•    Public programming: events, exhibitions, residencies, co-productions, critical forums.
•    International distribution, work exchange, and media arts preservation which support the aspirations and 
livelihood of artists.
•    Western Canada’s largest public reference library and archive of media art, independent video, and 
related publications, documents, audio recordings, and photographs.


 

Presenters
avatar for Angela Ferraiolo

Angela Ferraiolo

New Genres, Artist
Small Dog Interactive is a new collaborative effort from filmmakers Angela Ferraiolo and Steve Lackermann. Using projection, augmented VR, and algorithmic cinema, Small Dog is working on the design of hybrid media narratives for public space. As filmmakers, we draw on an industry background that includes RKO, Westwood Studios, and Electronic Arts. Our media work work has been shown nationally and internationally at festivals and symposiums... Read More →
avatar for Emmanuel Madan

Emmanuel Madan

National Director, IMAA
I’m an artist working with sound and technology, and an organizer advocating on behalf of the Canadian media arts community. I studied electroacoustic music, then worked in community radio, then in 1997 co-founded [The User] with architect Thomas McIntosh. Since 2014, I’ve been Director of the Independent Media Arts Alliance (IMAA) in Montreal. My art practice explores determinism/indeterminacy, engages with obsolescence and waste... Read More →
avatar for Brady Marks

Brady Marks

Cultural Prototyer, FuriousGreenCloud / (VIVO.SFU.Geoffrey Farmer Studio)
Please Talk to me About: | | - Digital Media & Representation | - Generative Composition, Music & Queer Dancing | - Soundscapes, Sound Art!
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Ed Osborn

Associate Professor, Brown University
Ed Osborn works with many forms of electronic media including installation, video, sound, and performance. He has received grants from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Creative Work Fund, and Arts International and been awarded residencies from the DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Program, the Banff Centre, STEIM (Amsterdam), and EMPAC (Troy, NY). He has presented his work at SFMOMA (San Francisco, CA), the singuhr-hörgalerie (Berlin, Germany), Artspace... Read More →


Friday August 14, 2015 8:00pm - Saturday August 15, 2015 10:30pm
VIVO 2625 Kaslo Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada, BC V5M 3G9

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