Limina n.2

Limina n.2 raccoglie gli atti del convegno "Always Already New", 16 – 18 Dicembre 2010, Milano, organizzato da Planetary Collegium, M-Node & NABA Media Design & New Media Art, in collaborazione con NoemaLab. E' possibile scaricare gratuitamente  la rivista.
Limina n.2 collects the proceedings of "Always Already New" conference, December 16 – 18, 2010, Milan, organized by Planetary Collegium, M-Node & NABA Media Design & New Media Art, in collaborazione con NoemaLab. You can download the magazine for free.

Limina n.2
 

Presentazione / Presentation (English below)

Annunciamo con piacere l’uscita del secondo numero di Limina:

Limina 2 -2010-12
Always Already New - Milano. Proceedings 2010
Biennials as Platforms for Social Change Symposium - Istanbul -Proceedings 2011
Including the Siegfried Zielinski Milano Manifesto

Director: Francesco Monico
Scientific advisory committee: Francesco Monico, Derrick De Kerchkove, Antonio Caronia, Pier Luigi Capucci
Chief editor: Amos Bianchi
Editor: Gabriela Galati
Copy editing: M-Node
Publisher: M-Node per NABA LIBRI-Laureate Education

ISBN 978-88-95286-09-9

La copia digitale integrale può essere scaricata gratuitamente dal sito web del Planetary Collegium M-Node:
http://www.m-node.org/materiali/limina2_2012.pdf

o in copia cartacea e rilegata attraverso Lulu.com per un costo assolutamente limitato:
http://www.lulu.com/, tag: Limina

La pubblicazione è disponibile in Italia, Stati Uniti, ovunque nel mondo da settembre 2012.

Su questa pubblicazione:

Limina 2 è una seconda retrospettiva che raccoglie gli atti del convegno Milano's Always Already New conference December 16 – 18, 2010 Mediateca Santa Teresa, Milano in cui artisti, designers, graphic designers, architetti, multimedia developers, scrittori, ricercatori, filosofi, educatori e visionati hanno presentato le loro visioni, posizioni, meditazioni ed esplorazioni.

Il testo include il Milano Manifesto di Siegfried Zielinski: A Minimal Manifesto for Milano 2010 che il pensatore visionario ha presentato durante la conferenza.

INDEX

INTRODUCTION/INTRODUZIONE 9 - REFLECTIONS / RIFLESSIONI 25 - BE OFFLINE AND EXIST ONLINE, Sigfried Zielinski 27 - SECOND ORDER ART AND ENTERTAINMENT. THE EMERGENCE OF THE E-GENE IN THE BODY OF ART AND ITS FUTURE MUTATATION, Roy Ascott 37 - MEDIA STUDIES-DIAGNOSIS OF A FAILED MERGER, Geert Lovink 79 - MEDIA EDUCATION, EDUCATION AND MEDIA, Pier Luigi Capucci 101 - AN EXPERICENCE ON HIGHER EDUCATION, Francesco Monico 109 - TRANSFORMING COMPUTER SCIENCE INTO A HUMANITIES SUBJECT, Alan N. Shapiro 125 - INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO REFLEXIVE ART IN EDUCATION AND RESEARCH, Polona Tratnik 133 - RICERCA E IMAGINE ABITATA. RESEARCH, ART, EDUCATION: NEW INSIGHTS AND VISIONS AT THE CROSSROAD OF SOCIAL MEDIA, Fabio Fornasari, Sveva Avveduto 147 - NON-LINEAR MODELS: CAMILO’S THEATER OF MEMORY & WARBURG’S MNEMOSYNE ATLAS AS ARCHIVE MODELS FOR THE (VIRTUAL) CONSERVATION AND COMMUNICATION OF KNOWLEDGE, Gabriela Galati 157 - TOWARDS THE END OF ANTHROPOCENTRISM, Claudio Cravero 165 - VERBAL VISUALIZATION, Tine Melzer 173 - LEARNING DOESN’T MEAN SUBMISSION. FREEDOM AND PROFITABILITY IN SCHOOL SYSTEMS, Antonio Caronia 183 - CONVERSATIONS, P-INDIVIDUALS, AVATARS: A CYBERNETIC LEARNING STRATEGY FOR THE METAVERSE, Elif Ayiter 191 - GAZE / SGUARDI 203 - ON AND ON. A SURVEY ON THE ROLE OF REPETITION IN MUSIC, Massimiliano Viel 205- UTOPIAN ARCHITECTURES AND THE DICTATORSHIP OF THE IMAGINARY. A SELECTION OF TOPICS IN FAVOR OF HOLISTIC EDUCATION PATHS, AND THE ROLE OF THE FISH EYE IN THE OBSERVATION OF REALITY, Salvatore Iaconesi, Stefano Bonifazi 213 - THE EMPOWERING OF THE PERSONAL AND SITUATED DIMENSIONS OF KNOWLEDGE: WEB 2.0 AND INTERNET OF THINGS, Matteo Ciastellardi, Cristina Miranda de Almeida 225 - THE END OF LEARNING AS WE KNOW IT, Roberto Muffoletto 235 - PERFORMANCE ART AND RELATIONAL ART: A CALL FOR MODERNIST AND POST MODERNIST CONCEPTS, Tarin Gartner 245 - HOMO RIDENS 3.0, Mario Canali 253 - ART, MYSTICISM AND SCIENCE, Sarah Ciracì 263 - THE PARADOX OF PLENITUDE, Patrizia Moschella 269 - PERFORMATIVE SPACES AND THE BODY AS INTERFACE, Sonia Cillari 283 - A MANAGEMENT THEORY FOR ART EDUCATION: FRONT-END STRUCTURE FOR INDEPENDENT AND SUSTAINABLE PROGRESS, Fahrettin Ersin Alaca 287 - CLIMATE OF MEDIA ECOLOGY. A SITE-SPECIFIC MEDIA DESIGN PROJECT IN A COLLAPSED INDUSTRIAL ZONE, Barry Cooper, James Moore 295 - THE VALUE OF WASTE, Enrica Borghi 305 - WE ARE A DREAM IN A DREAM. THE ILLUSION OF REALITY IN FILM REPRESENTATION, Emanuela Patti 315 - CASE STUDIES / ESPERIENZE 325 - ARTISTS’ RESIDENCIES: TOWARDS A MOBILITY TO COME?, Franco Torriani 327 - FOR THE CRISIS OF THE CULTURE FACTORY. RETHINKING THE SUBJECTIVE STRENGTH OF ART THROUGH THE S.a.L.E.’S EXPERIENCE, Marco Baravalle 331 - A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE NEURAL MAGAZINE PROJECT, Alessandro Ludovico 339 - APPENDIX / APPENDICI 345 - THE CALIFORNIZATION OF THE PLANET, Alterazioni Video 347 - PLANT GUILDS NETWORKED, Denis Jaromil Roio 357 - HEADLESS, Kiuru Satu 361

e gli atti del panel

Biennials as Platforms for Social Change Symposium - Istanbul - 17 September 2011
organizzato e curato dalla Scuola di Media Design / Film & New Media Art della NABA, la Biennal Foundation e ospitato dall’Ambasciata dei Paesi Bassi ad Istanbul, Turchia, in occasione della dodicesima Biennale di Istanbul e del concomitante International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA). Curatori, artisti ed esperti accademici hanno dibattuto in due panel.
 

English

 

We are pleased to announce the release of the second Issue of Limina

Limina 2 -2010-12
Always Already New - Milano. Proceedings 2010
Biennials as Platforms for Social Change Symposium - Istanbul -Proceedings 2011
Including the Siegfried Zielinski Milano Manifesto

Director: Francesco Monico
Scientific advisory committee: Francesco Monico, Derrick De Kerchkove, Antonio Caronia, Pier Luigi Capucci
Chief editor: Amos Bianchi
Editor: Gabriela Galati
Copy editing: M-Node
Publisher: M-Node per NABA LIBRI-Laureate Education

ISBN 978-88-95286-09-9

You can dowload for free your digital full copy from Planetary Collegium M-Node website:
http://www.m-node.org/materiali/limina2_2012.pdf

or throughout Lulu digital press, as hardbound anywhere in the world for a very small cost.
http://www.lulu.com/, tag: Limina

The book is available in Europe, U.S. everywere in the world from September, 2012.

About this book:

Limina 2 is a second retrospective covering the proceedings of the Milano's Always Already New conference December 16 – 18, 2010 Mediateca Santa Teresa, Milano where artists, designers, graphic designers, architects, multimedia developers, writers,  researchers, philosophers, educators and visionaries presented their visions, positions, meditations and explorations.
The text includes the Siegfried Zielinski's Milano Manifesto, A Minimal Manifesto for Milano 2010 that the visionary conceptualist presented during the conference.

INDEX
INTRODUCTION/INTRODUZIONE 9
REFLECTIONS / RIFLESSIONI 25
BE OFFLINE AND EXIST ONLINE, Sigfried Zielinski 27
SECOND ORDER ART AND ENTERTAINMENT. THE EMERGENCE OF THE E-GENE IN THE BODY OF ART AND ITS FUTURE MUTATATION, Roy Ascott 37
MEDIA STUDIES-DIAGNOSIS OF A FAILED MERGER, Geert Lovink 79
MEDIA EDUCATION, EDUCATION AND MEDIA, Pier Luigi Capucci 101
AN EXPERICENCE ON HIGHER EDUCATION, Francesco Monico 109
TRANSFORMING COMPUTER SCIENCE INTO A HUMANITIES SUBJECT, Alan N. Shapiro 125
INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO REFLEXIVE ART IN EDUCATION AND RESEARCH, Polona Tratnik 133
RICERCA E IMAGINE ABITATA. RESEARCH, ART, EDUCATION: NEW INSIGHTS AND VISIONS AT THE CROSSROAD OF SOCIAL MEDIA, Fabio Fornasari, Sveva Avveduto 147
NON-LINEAR MODELS: CAMILO’S THEATER OF MEMORY & WARBURG’S MNEMOSYNE ATLAS AS ARCHIVE MODELS FOR THE (VIRTUAL) CONSERVATION AND COMMUNICATION OF KNOWLEDGE, Gabriela Galati 157
TOWARDS THE END OF ANTHROPOCENTRISM, Claudio Cravero 165
VERBAL VISUALIZATION, Tine Melzer 173
LEARNING DOESN’T MEAN SUBMISSION. FREEDOM AND PROFITABILITY IN SCHOOL SYSTEMS, Antonio Caronia 183
CONVERSATIONS, P-INDIVIDUALS, AVATARS:A CYBERNETIC LEARNING STRATEGY FOR THE METAVERSE, Elif Ayiter 191
GAZE / SGUARDI 203
ON AND ON. A SURVEY ON THE ROLE OF REPETITION IN MUSIC, Massimiliano Viel 205
UTOPIAN ARCHITECTURES AND THE DICTATORSHIP OF THE IMAGINARY. A SELECTION OF TOPICS IN FAVOR OF HOLISTIC EDUCATION PATHS, AND THE ROLE OF THE FISH EYE IN THE OBSERVATION OF REALITY, Salvatore Iaconesi, Stefano Bonifazi 213
THE EMPOWERING OF THE PERSONAL AND SITUATED DIMENSIONS OF KNOWLEDGE: WEB 2.0 AND INTERNET OF THINGS, Matteo Ciastellardi, Cristina Miranda de Almeida 225
THE END OF LEARNING AS WE KNOW IT, Roberto Muffoletto 235
PERFORMANCE ART AND RELATIONAL ART: A CALL FOR MODERNIST AND POST MODERNIST CONCEPTS, Tarin Gartner 245
HOMO RIDENS 3.0, Mario Canali 253
ART, MYSTICISM AND SCIENCE, Sarah Ciracì 263
THE PARADOX OF PLENITUDE, Patrizia Moschella 269
PERFORMATIVE SPACES AND THE BODY AS INTERFACE, Sonia Cillari 283
A MANAGEMENT THEORY FOR ART EDUCATION: FRONT-END STRUCTURE FOR INDEPENDENT AND SUSTAINABLE PROGRESS, Fahrettin Ersin Alaca 287
CLIMATE OF MEDIA ECOLOGY. A SITE-SPECIFIC MEDIA DESIGN PROJECT IN A COLLAPSED INDUSTRIAL ZONE, Barry Cooper, James Moore 295
THE VALUE OF WASTE, Enrica Borghi 305
WE ARE A DREAM IN A DREAM. THE ILLUSION OF REALITY IN FILM REPRESENTATION, Emanuela Patti 315
CASE STUDIES / ESPERIENZE 325
ARTISTS’ RESIDENCIES: TOWARDS A MOBILITY TO COME?, Franco Torriani 327
FOR THE CRISIS OF THE CULTURE FACTORY. RETHINKING THE SUBJECTIVE STRENGTH OF ART THROUGH THE S.a.L.E.’S EXPERIENCE, Marco Baravalle 331
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE NEURAL MAGAZINE PROJECT, Alessandro Ludovico 339
APPENDIX / APPENDICI 345
THE CALIFORNIZATION OF THE PLANET, Alterazioni Video 347
PLANT GUILDS NETWORKED, Denis Jaromil Roio 357
HEADLESS, Kiuru Satu 361

and the proceedings of the panel

Biennials as Platforms for Social Change Symposium - Istanbul - 17 September 2011
Organized and curated by the School of Media Design/Film & New Media Art-NABA, the Biennial Foundation and hosted by the Dutch Embassy in Istanbul, Turkey in occasion of the 12th Istanbul Biennial, as well as the 2011 International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA). Display curators, artists and academic experts to reflect upon two panels.

The first panel focused on the biennial as an exhibition platform, and was moderated by MARIEKE VAN HAL, panelists: HEDWIG FIJIEN, KATARINA GREGOS, NAZIM DIKBAS; the second panel  moderated by MAURIZIO BORTOLOTTI, debated on the role of media as display in art and exhibition practices panelists are: YONGWOO LEE, MARTHA ROSLER and  LANFRANCO ACETI.