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MARURA --- 10:13:22 26.10.2011

Prix Ars Electronica Collide@CERN Artists Residency Prize

For the first time, Ars Electronica in partnership with CERN announce the Prix Ars Electronica Collide@CERN Artists Residency Prize. This new international competition for digital art awards an artist-in-residence at CERN the world’s largest particle physics laboratory in Geneva and the Ars Electronica Futurelab in Linz. The prize is combined with prize money of €10.000,-. Please find more information here: http://www.aec.at/prix/en/collide/

Due to the request of artists and submitters the deadline for the online registration is extended until November 10th, 2011.

If you have any questions or need further support to finalize your online submission, please contact collide@prixars.aec.at

We very much hope to hear from you. And please don’t hesitate to pass the word on! Thank you.

Best regards,
Futurelab Team / Ars Electronica
Collide@CERN Team / European Centre for Nuclear Research
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MARURA --- 12:34:51 12.10.2011
Prix Ars Electronica Collide@CERN Artists Residency Prize

We are very excited that Ars Electronica has teamed up with the world's
largest particle physics laboratory, CERN in Geneva to create a new
award in the Prix Ars Electronica. We thought we would let you share in
our excitement and see if you would like to join us too!

Prix Ars Electronica Collide@CERN is an open international competition
for an artist working in the digital domain to win a 3 month funded two
centre residency to blow your mind and take you into new dimensions.

The award is designed to bring you right close up and personal for two
months with the multi-dimensional thinking of particle physicists at the
home of the world's biggest machine, the Large Hadron Collider, in
Geneva. At CERN particle physicists from over 100 countries across the
planet are investigating everything from the structure of the universe
to the smallest elements known to mankind - as well as pushing gravity
and light to their limits and unlocking the secrets of clouds - all
thanks to cutting edge technology, engineering and thinking.

After two months resident at CERN, the same winning artist is then
resident for a month at Ars Electronica in Linz with the
transdisciplinary team Futurelab to develop and produce your ideas
inspired by your CERN experience. This is all made possible thanks to a
grant which funds the residencies, subsistence and travel, as well as
10,000 Euros in prize money on top. We also ought to add that you will
have two dedicated mentors during your residencies - one from Futurelab
mentor and a scientist from CERN too.

More information you can find here www.aec.at/prix/collide and
www.cern.ch. Or submit online here collide.aec.at.

We very much hope to hear from you. And please don't hesitate to pass
the word on! Thank you.

All good wishes
Futurelab Team / Ars Electronica
Collide@CERN Team / European Centre for Nuclear Research
RADIQAL --- 10:09:35 30.9.2011
MARURA --- 23:12:48 29.9.2011
Free online course of AI
Prihlasky do 9.10.2011.

To register

More info about the course

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MARURA --- 11:18:31 27.9.2011
This is a message from the chairs of the Design Challenge at the TEI 2012 conference in Ontario, Canada on the 19-22. February 2012. The call is out there, and we'd like to ask you to pass it to people you deem potentially interested in the challenge.

In a Nutshell:

TEI 12 | Main / Design Entrepreneur Challenge

The promise of tangible, embedded and embodied interaction is to
transform the way we interact with technology. This year's design
challenge aims to push these transformations beyond the conference and
into the world. The winning work will be WANTED, not just liked, by
the jury and the audience of the conference. This means that the
winning project team will have the responsibility to make the design
happen, to produce it and to deliver it to the participants who vote
for it – with their wallet.

Possible results of this challenge could include:
• a static but intelligent artifact that is the result of computational process
• an electronic product that can be easily be built with accessible parts and existing platforms
• a large-scale singular installation or intervention that the
audience is willing to enable with their financial support

31. Nov 2011 Entry deadline (a simple email with details about your team and basic concept )
6. Jan 2012 TEI Early Registration
19-22. Feb. 2012 Conference

Three prizes:
• The most votes from the participants.
• The most money collected.
• The judges' award.

Each category will receive $1000 prize on top of the money the votes
add up to. This money is to be used to produce and deliver the works
to the voters.

The details how to submit, and what we are looking for can be found at:
TEI 12 | Main / Design Entrepreneur Challenge

Design Challenge Chairs,
Jussi Ängeslevä & Kate Hartman