3 journées de rencontres, conférences, projections, workshops sur la création numérique et autour
3 days of workshops, panels, improvisations about digital art and around
3 dagen vergaderingen, conferenties, voorstellingen, workshops over digitale creatie ontwikkeling en meer

Plan your presence at Post-Flux

Nov. 6 - 11:00-12:30 -- Professional Meet at CINEMATEK
Nov. 6 - 14:30-18:00 -- Panel 1: Let’s map it ?
Nov. 6 - 20:20-23:20 -- Pecha Kucha Night Brussels Vol. 10
Nov. 7 - 10:00-13:00 -- Panel 2: In 2.0 worlds – to live and to create
Nov. 7 - 14:30-18:00 -- Panel 3: New mise-en-scène
Nov. 7 - 20:30-23:00 -- Post-Flux Mix Media Night
Nov. 7 - 23:00- late -- After-Party Post-Flux + PechaKucha w/ DJ/VJ
_____ at JustMirano w/ cafénumé
Nov. 8 - 11:00-13:00 -- Panel 4: Let’s interact

Nov.6-7 - 10:00-17:00 -- Workshop son-mouvement - full/no more place
Nov. 8 - 14:00-17:00 -- Workshop pocket-film

Enter in Post-...

Post-Flux is a series of meetings, talks, conferences, workshops, ... taking place in Brussels on November 6th, 7th and 8th 2009.

Bozar, in the city center, will be the main venue, hosting the activities of Post-Flux 2009. Post-Flux is organised by the Maison des Auteurs asbl, with the support of the Commission des Arts numériques, Ministère de la Culture de la Communauté française de Belgique, as well as the Société civile des Auteurs multimédia Scam* and the Société des Auteurs Compositeurs Dramatiques SACD.

Digital Emergence. Digital Expectation.
Digital Friction. Digital Narrative.

The questions which will be investigated and evoked are related to the place of digital in art and in creative practice. One could say that the creative energy has moved from exploring the interface and navigating the virtual towards the articulation in the interrelations through social media ? Is there a genre called digital art ? Or is digital everywhere, hence requestioning practice and usage ? Emergence of new writings are in friction with expectations within artistic communities and by different audiences ? The evolution of technologies are pushing the boundaries of affect ? or those existing do not fulfill art praxis and artists invent their own tools ? Where do authors' rights stand in the picture ?
Questions. Dialogues. Conversations.> Post- because one can post a contribution and participate in the conversations. Post- may also suggest post-digital, post-flux, ... in terms of matters. Post-Flux will mean ... let's see what emerges in November 2009. See you there.

Join the conversations with a.o.

Clarisse Bardiot, Patch CECN manège-mons
Konrad Becker, World-Information Institute, Vienna
Alain Berenboom, novelist, chronicler, lawyer
Yves Bernard, iMal, Brussels
Andreas Broeckmann, artistic director, ISEA 2010, ex-Transmediale Berlin
André Buytaers, writer/director, ARRF, SACD
Bram Crevits, cimatics festival
Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino,
Laurent Duvillier, Scam*
Marc Eychenne, Dailymotion
Satinder Gill, researcher, Cambridge
Géraldine Gomez, Centre Pompidou, Paris
Rosina Gómez-Baeza Tinturé, Director, Laboral Gijon, Spain
Maja Kuzmanovic,
Rob van Kranenburg, the internet of things
Benoît Labourdette, Festival Pocket Films, Paris
Alessandro Ludovico,, Italia
Simona Maschi, Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design
Armin Medosch,, London/Vienna
Alok b. Nandi, media writer/director, designer
Caroline Nevejan, researcher on Presence, Amsterdam
Hans Ulrich Obrist, Serpentine Gallery, London
Marc Partouche, Académie royale des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles
Pascal Rogard, SACD Paris
Erinc Salor, researcher, Amsterdam
Todor Todoroff, composer & engineer
David Vanderburgh, architect, history & theory, UC Louvain
Valery Vermeulen, mathematician & musician
Ronny Vissers,
Marleen Wynants, Crosstalks/VUB
Frédéric Young, SACD-Scam Belgium


1000 Brussels

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