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[rohrpost] The Art, Technology,and Culture Colloquium Fall 2003 - Spring 2004, UC Berkeley

The Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium
Fall 2003 - Spring 2004, UC Berkeley
Monday Evenings, 7:30-9:00pm, 160 Kroeber Hall
All Lectures are free and open to the public.


25 Aug:		Mark Hansen, UCLA Statistics
		Listening Post: Rendering the Evolving Landscape of
		Online Public Discourse (Or: a Statistician, an Artist
		and 200,000 Complete Strangers)

15 Sep:         Shawn Brixey (DXARTS, UW) and Richard Rinehart, BAM & Art
		Navigating the Maze: Collaboration and the Chimera Obscura

10 Nov:		Jim Campbell, Artist, San Francisco
		Formula Art : Computers as One Dimensional Translators

24 Nov:		Nina Katchadourian, Artist, New York
		Every Single Thing Around You Could Be Trying to Tell
		You Something:  Talking Popcorn and other Mildly
		Paranoid Ideas Sprung Largely from the Everyday

  2 Feb:		Marie Sester, Artist, New York
		Paradise under Surveillance:
		Transparency, Visibility, and Network Access

23 Feb:		Peter Selz, Curator, emeritus UC Berkeley
		Directions in Kinetic Sculpture:
		From George Rickey to Jean Tinguely

15 Mar:		Vivian Sobchack, UCLA Film Studies
		A Leg to Stand On:
		On Prosthetics, Metaphor, and Materiality

  5 Apr:		Christopher Alexander, Architect and Professor of
			    Architecture Emeritus, UC, Berkeley
		The Nature of Order: Unification of Humanity
		and Computers: a Realistic Path to the Future

Sponsored by UC Berkeley's Office of the Chancellor, New Media
Initiative, College of Engineering Interdisciplinary Studies Program,
Consortium for the Arts, BAM/PFA, Townsend Center for the Humanities,
and Intel Corporation.

Curated with ATC Advisory Board, ATC Director: Ken Goldberg
ATC Associate Director: Greg Niemeyer, ATC Assistant: Therese Tierney

For updated information, please see:

Contact: goldberg@ieor.berkeley.edu, or phone: (510) 643-9565

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