The Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium: Naut Humon & V. Vale
On Monday, cultural magnets Naut Humon and V. Vale will speak on many aspects of electronic and underground media history at the UC Berkeley Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium, in a lecture titled “Attention Depiction Disorders”. Naut will be speaking a lot about this history of Recombinant Media Labs, up to our current point.
In addition installation and video artist Perry Hoberman will be projecting live video at the event.
7:30 – 9:30
Berkeley Art Museum Theater, Berkeley, CA
Abstract from the ATC Site:
Bay Area legends Naut Humon and V. Vale will present an oral optical conversation using a variety of media forms. Topics will include ADD, information overload, experiential engineering, catastrophism, shuffle-culture, artificial simulations, panorama, spatial media synthesis, transcoding, cinesonics, meta-language, disembodied temporality, Frankenstein polyphonies and errant edge blending histories. Special guest artist Perry Hoberman will perform live real time requisite visual distractions in accordance with the ADD theme. The dialogue will conclude with rare, unseen footage of the Survival Research Labs private show at Berkeley Art Museum in 2004.
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