ISEA2008 Juried Exhibition

AIR (Artists In Residence)

Venue: National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road, tel: (65) 6332 5642
- Exhibition Galleries, Basement
- The Atelier, Level 3
www.nationalmuseum.sg
Date/Time: 25 July (9pm - 2am), 26 July to 3 August (10am to 6pm)
Free Admission

Alongside the conference, a crucial component of the symposium is an exhibition that premieres 16 artworks that have been developed specifically for ISEA2008 by international and local artists during their time as artists in residence in Singapore.

These projects were selected by the ISEA2008 committee after an open call for submissions in 2007. New media artists were required to submit proposals that took their inspiration from the conferences five themes: Locating Media, Reality Jam, Wiki Wiki, Ludic Interfaces, and Border Transmissions (see symposium theme).

The artists whose projects were selected have had the opportunity to work intensely for three months as artists in residence in a number of new media and technology labs based at the National University Of Singapore. They have created the artworks within the lab environment, gaining access to advanced technologies and the expertise of researchers. This confluence between art, research, science and technology has opened up many possibilities for further exploration in both of these fields.

The resulting exhibition is an exciting glimpse into the questions and concerns of new media artists in 2008. Eclectic, restless and always surprising, the artworks in AIR take on a wide range of subjects from the refiguring of surveillance; body language and communication; mapping electromagnetic fields; the flow of water and information on the internet; they address civic spaces and the natural environment, along with the immersive qualities of sounds and smells, and much more.

Appropriate Response | Zach Poff + N. B. Aldrich (USA) | Arts & Creativity Lab
Aurora Consurgens | Horia Cosmin Samoila (Romania / France) & Marie Christine Driesen (France) | Mixed Reality Lab
Civilisation V | Eastwood - Real Time Strategy Group: Kristian Lukic & Vladan Joler (Serbia) | G3 Lab
DIY GORI: seed_1216976400 | Jee Hyun Oh (South Korea) | Laboratory of Control and Mechatronics 
Does it make scents to have fun? | Mei-Kei Lai (Macau) | Mixed Reality Lab
Exodus - Cross search | Metahaven (Netherlands/Belgium) & Tsila Hassine (Israel) | Lab for Media Search
Finally, We Hear One Another | Kelly Jaclynn Andres (Canada)

| Mixed Reality Lab
Gendered Strategies for Loitering | Shilpa Phadke, Shilpa Ranade & Sameera Khan (India) | University Scholars Programme Cyberart Studio
Quartet | Tad Ermitano (Philippines) | Personal 3D Entertainment Systems Project at A-STAR Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R)
Run Silent; Run Deep | Nigel Helyer (UK / Australia) & Dr Daniel Woo (Australia) | Marine Mammal Research Laboratory
Smile :-), Wear It Like a Costume! | Momoyo Torimitsu (Japan / USA) | NUS Face Group
So Close the Desert Isle | Jason Wee (Singapore) | Centre for Remote Imaging, Sensing & Processing (CRISP)
Sourcing Water | Georg Tremmel (Austria / Japan), Shiho Fukuhara (Japan) & Yousuke Nagao (Japan) | Singapore-Delft Water Alliance (SDWA)
The Global Bridge Symphony | Jodi Rose (Australia / Germany) | Ambient Intelligence Lab and Communications Laboratory
The Water Book (An Encyclopedia of Water) | Clea T. Waite (USA / Germany) | Singapore Delft Water Alliance (SDWA)
SYNTBOUTIQUE | Syntfarm group: Andreas Schlegel (Germany / Singapore) & Vladimir Todorovic (Serbia / Singapore) | NUS Environmental Research Institute (NERI)
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