"The most comprehensive publication on media art in the Chinese speaking world." GAO Shiming "Essential to the global future of media art is the understanding and appreciation of its rich history, and this seminal book gathers some of the most important and inspiring examples from this history." Jeffrey SHAW
TASML, Rhizome and Center for Art and Technology / CCIA announce Prix Net Art, a substantial new prize for internet art. PNA celebrates the current moment of internet art and looks ahead to its future. This prize (US$10,000, and US$5000) gives a boost to those who continue to make art on the internet, and emphasizes the unique cultural importance of such work.
Karen Lancel and Hermen Maat Maat are TASML artists in residence 2014, for creating their new work: ‘Global Telematic Handshake’. It is a performance installation and a prototype for an intuitive augmented, haptic interface – based on the universal ritual of a handshake.
TASML | Carroll Fletcher Residency Award recipient WU Juehui began his Eyebeam residency with his work in progress Organs Project debuted in the Eyebeam's Annual Showcase. WU Juehui will continue to develop the project in his six weeks long stay as an Eyebeam resident artist.
An international jury has selected WU Juehui, among a competitive pool of candidates, for his proposal “ Beak Proejct” as the resident artist to begin a 4 -6 week-long exploratory research program at Eyebeam | Center for Art and Technology in New York City between Winter of 2013 and Spring of 2014.
Radical designs and sustainable strategies for shared, open and livable Personal Data Centers (& Cloud(s))
In collaboration with fabric | ch, TASML is pleased to announce an open call to the Tsinghua community for individuals or interdisciplinary in the fields of Architecture, Design, Art and Sciences.
In June, 4 projects conducted at TASML, a partner of Sinergia research network were presented at SINLAB's headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland. A group of researchers / artists from China demonstrated their findings which were the results of a one year long research.
#Due to large amount of applications, the deadline is now extended to September 21th 2013#
This call is open to all Chinese artists including Taiwan, Hong Kong and Chinese nationals living / working overseas.
Dates: Between mid-November 2013 and mid-February 2014 for a period of 4 - 6 weeks @Eyebeam in New York City
Application deadline: September 15, 2013
An international jury has selected LU Yang, among other candidates for her proposal “ Bio-Mechanical Installation” as the resident artist to begin a 4 week-long program at SymbioticA in The University of Western Australia in Perth, Australia in the summer of 2013。
This call is open to all Chinese artists including Taiwan, Hong Kong and Chinese nationals living / working overseas. Deadline: May 10, 2013, Application must be submitted in English, and the applicant must have sufficient knowledge of English language for communication