This 12-month fellowship program is designed to host international artists and researchers of extraordinary talent working in the area of new media art in order to conduct research and creation at Chronus Art Center (CAC) in Shanghai。The Research and Creation Fellowship is a joint program between CAC and TASML. Fellowship award money: US$30,000
TASML is pleased to announce Joanna Cheung as the recipient of the TASML | Carroll / Fletcher@Eyebeam: Young Chinese Artist Talent Award. Joanna Cheung was chosen by an international jury among a competitive list of candidates. She will begin a three-month long residency at Eyebeam in New York City in the spring of 2015. The residency is sponsored jointly by Carroll/Fletcher Gallery and Eyebeam.
TASML and Eyebeam are pleased to announce a new prize for emerging Chinese media artists
RESIDENCY BEGINS: April 2015 AND RUNS THROUGH July 2015 (3 MONTHS)
APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 10, 2015 at 12 AM (Beijing Time, midnight) and 12PM (New York Time, noon). Applicants will be informed of their application status by January 15, 2014.
The Prix Net Art jury is proud to announce that inaugural $10,000 Prix Net Art is awarded to artist duo JODI, with a $5,000 Award of Distinction granted to Kari Altmann. For detailed information about Prix Net Art, visit prixnetart.org.
"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.
June 10 2014, thingworld: International Triennial of New Media Art 2014 curated by TASML Director Prof. ZHANG Ga opened at the National Art Musuem of China (NAMOC). This is ZHANG’s third appointment for this signature project by NAMOC. He was Artistic Director / Curator of Synthetic Times 2008 and translife 2011 respectively. information about thingworld can be accessed online @ http://www.mediartchina.org. […]
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.