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Media-N: Dynamic Coupling By New Media Caucus
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This edition of Media-N, Journal of the NMC, looks into the fundamental nature of collaborative negotiations by presenting a collection of dialogues with accomplished new media practitioners. The... More > “Dynamic Coupling” duos involved in this edition have agreed to share and describe their working relationship and motivations, as well as the projects they have produced or will produce together. Structurally, each dialogue features a single project, followed by a set of questions including: Are there philosophical motivations in the decision or inclination to work as a couple/collaboratively? Do you keep your personal/professional lives separate? Does your shared practice extend into the classroom and/or inform your teaching philosophy?< Less
Fall 2015: Research-Creation: Explorations By New Media Caucus
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Media-N’s enticing fall edition took shape over a period of months in partnership with Hexagram, an international community of scholars centered around two major universities in Montreal:... More > Concordia University and Université du Québec À Montréal. As a distinctive thematic publication, it prefaces RE-CREATE 2015 International Conference on the Histories of Media, Art, Science and Technology, a biennial conference hosted this year (2015) by Hexagram in Montreal. The issue represents a collaboration among four guest editors, Université du Québec À Montréal scholars Louis-Claude Paquin and Louise Poissant, and Concordia University scholars Owen Chapman and Kim Sawchuk. The editorial alliance between Media-N and Hexagram was facilitated by Ricardo Dal Farra, Concordia University scholar and Media-N’s supporting Associate Editor for Research-Creation: Explorations. Pat Badani, Editor-in-Chief.< Less
Media-N: ISEA2012 Machine Wilderness By New Media Caucus
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This collaborative edition produced by ISEA2012 and Media-N explores the symposium’s thesis via its seven tracks: 1-Wildlife: Trans-Species Habitats, 2–The Cosmos: Radical Cosmologies,... More > 3–Creative Economies: Econotopias, 4–Power: Gridlocked, 5–Transportation: Dynamobilities, 6–Latin American Forum, 7–Education Program, 8–Artists’ Talks and other papers. Through this specially devised format, we are presenting essays by invited ISEA2012 authors as well as a number of selected, peer-reviewed papers submitted to us as a result of a specific call to ISEA2012 symposium participants. The edition serves as a reader on ISEA2012’s achievement in drawing attention to prominent environmental problems, and to the possible solutions explored by artists, scholars, and technologists in a diverse range of communities today. Pat Badani Editor-in-Chief< Less
Media-N: CAA Conference Edition, New York 2013 By New Media Caucus
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Media-N’s SUMMER 2013: V.09 N.02 titled “CAA Conference Edition, New York 2013” is our yearly publication showcasing panels and events sponsored by the New Media Caucus, an... More > affiliate society of the College Art Association. This year, we sponsored two panels and the corresponding essays are included in the current publication. In addition, the NMC’s Events and Exhibitions Committee organized two off-site events that gave NMC members the opportunity to gather, and to discuss samples of new media art from across the United States, and the current edition publishes short statements by participating artists. Pat Badani Editor-in-Chief.< Less
Media-N: CAA Conference Edition, Chicago, 2014 By New Media Caucus
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Each year, the New Media Caucus – an affiliate of the College Art Association – organizes panel presentations, events and exhibitions during the CAA annual convention, and Media-N Journal... More > dedicates its summer edition to showcasing NMC conference proceedings and concurrent offsite events. This year, at CAA Chicago 2014, three panels discussed special topics in connection to New Media theory and practice. Additionally, several off-site events and exhibitions extended the New Media Caucus’s presence beyond the conference, and we publish essays by presenters during the “Lightening Talks" as well as a comprehensive report on the NMC’s exciting “Fifth Annual New Media Caucus Showcase & Reception.” Pat Badani, Editor-in-Chief< Less
Media-N: Art & Infastructures: Hardware By New Media Caucus
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Art and Infrastructures: Hardware examines the physical components (cables, satellites, and other built structures) that make global telecommunication transmissions possible. Guest Editors Meredith... More > Hoy and Kris Paulsen, map out the topic by way of eleven international contributors, including: Nicole Starosielski, John Harwood, Tung-Hui Hu, Brian Michael Murphy, Brooke Belisle, David Fodel and George Millward, Ashley Ferro-Murray, Ned Prutzer, Billy Friebele, Paul Taylor, and Joana Moll. Pat Badani, Editor-in-Chief< Less
Media-N: CAA Conference Edition; New York 2011 By New Media Caucus
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The 2011 Conference Edition of Media-N features panels, panel reports, documentation and reviews of the events and activities of the New Media Caucus at the 2011 College Art Association Conference in... More > New York. Media-N, Journal of the New Media Caucus, was established in 2005 to provide a forum for New Media Caucus members, featuring their scholarly research, artworks and projects. Media-N’s online & print versions differ in format but are similar in content. The publication is freely available online, and the print version may be purchased through a print-on-demand service. Each has a unique ISSN. Media-N is a peer reviewed and invitational journal. It is open to submissions in the form of theoretical papers, reviews, and commented new media artworks.< Less
Media-N Spring 2015 The Aesthetics of Erasure By New Media Caucus
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Against the backdrop of a longstanding practice of ‘erasure’ both in artistic and critical work, co-guest editors Paul Benzon and Sarah Sweeney take up challenging questions related to... More > the aesthetics of erasure today in the digital era. They investigate new meanings and the relevance of said practice within twenty-first century contemporary contexts typically defined by digital knowledge production, preservation, and sharing. Contributing authors give expression to five sites of inquiry mapped by the editors within the expansive practice of erasure – Power, Capital, Signal and Noise, Technology and Archive. Pat Badani, Editor-in-Chief.< Less
Media-N: CAA Conference Edition 2012 By New Media Caucus
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Media-N is pleased to showcase the New Media Caucus’ conference proceedings in the current publication: CAA Conference Edition 2012. Each year, the NMC ­­­–an affiliate of the... More > College Art Association­­– organizes panel presentations, events and activities in conjunction with the CAA annual convention. This year’s conference, held in Los Angeles, marked the CAA’s 100th Anniversary. The NMC offered panels and events onsite at the Los Angeles Convention Center and offsite at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, at the Velaslavasay Panorama Union Theatre, and at the Glendale Community College Planetarium. Pat Badani Editor-in-Chief< Less
Media-N Fall 2014 Art and Infrastructures: Information By New Media Caucus
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"Art & Infrastructures: Information” co-guest edited by Kevin Hamilton and Terri Weissman is Media-N’s second edition on the subject of Big Data (the first edition, “Art... More > & Infrastructures: Hardware,” was published in May 2014). The second edition addresses the intangible technologies that link the social and the technological, such as the seemingly invisible conventions, protocols, languages, and knowledge structures that shape contemporary networked life. The combined editions – v10. n.01 and n.03 – offer new theoretical perspectives on the topic; they are distinct yet complementary, and they represent a significant contribution to this field of research. Pat Badani, Editor-in-Chief.< Less