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Kiblix Festival 2009 & MFRU, 12/11 - 14/11/2009

This year, the international festival of computer arts organised by MKC Maribor, this year celebrating its 15th anniversary, and Kiblix Festival 2009 - Open code for artistic purposes organised by KID Kibla have joined forces in preparing an interesting and diverse programme, seeking to immerse the city in real festival atmosphere for three days and to accommodate lovers of art.


15th international festival of computer arts
Doseg (ne)naključnega spomina / Random Access Memory

SEN/ZA TV * * 15th ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIRST COMPUTER FESTIVAL IN SLOVENIA * PRESENTATION OF COMPUTER ARTS THEORY AND PRACTICE * FESTIVAL REVISION - RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY: WHAT WAS IMPORTANT, INFLUENTIAL AND WHAT HAS STOOD THE TEST OF TIME * MAIN TOPIC: ARCHIVING DIGITAL ARTS * MFRU ARCHIVES: VIRTUAL DATA & MATERIAL ARTEFACTS INSTALLATION * RECONSTRUCTION OF THE VIDEOGRAM 4 SHOW BY MIHA VIPOTNIK TITLED CULTURE AS ARCHIVES SYMPOSIUM * DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN AUDIOVISUAL PERFORMANCES IN THE SERIES uho;oko: (ear;eye:) * PUNIFATION - ROBOT STORE WORKSHOP * ACCOMPANYING PROGRAMME (INSTALLATIONS, DJ's) * KIBLIX OPEN CODE FESTIVAL INTEGRATED IN MFRU SCHEDULE * 2012 VISION: ESTABLISHING A COMMON CITY PLATFORM OF ARTISTS AND ORGANISERS IN THE FIELD OF COMPUTER ARTS TO ENABLE MKC MARIBOR TO ENSURE A FESTIVAL AT THE EUROPEAN LEVEL IN 2012 *

More at www.mfru.org



KIBLIX 2009
festival - Open code for artistic purposes 

* THE OPEN CODE FESTIVAL HAS BEEN RUNNING SINCE 2002 * A FESTIVAL OF TECHNOLOGY HAS RECENTLY BEEN TRANSFORMED INTO A FESTIVAL OF ARTS AND EDUCATION * KIBLIX 2009 MAIN GUESTS  – GOTO10 COLLECTIVE OF ARTISTS AND PROGRAMMERS (Jan-Kees van Campen, Karsten Gebbert & Claude Heiland-Allen) * GOTO10 TEAM AIM TO SUPPORT AND DEVELOP DIGITAL ART PROJECTS AND ART CREATION TOOLS * GOTO10 LIVE ON SERVERS, IRC CHANNELS, MAILING LISTS AND LIVE TRANSMISSIONS, THEY HAVE NO STATIC PREMISES * THEY ORGANISE EVENTS AROUND EUROPE INDEPENDENTLY AND IN COOPERATION WITH LIKE-MINDED ASSOCIATIONS * THEIR STRATEGY IS TO EXIST IN A NETWORK * KIBLIX 2009  OFFERS: AUDIOVISUAL PERFORMANCES (in cooperation with uho;oko: / ear;eye:), RDEX INSTALLATION AND A WORKSHOP OF CREATING SOUND AND IMAGE USING OPEN-CODE SOFTWARE *

http://goto10.org

Jan-Kees van Kampen - [http://vacca.goto10.org]
Jan-Kees van Kampen (adrian vacca), born in 1975 in Zetten/NL, studied electronic music and composition in Hilversum. He focuses on networked audio and live composition. At early age Adrian Vacca found a cows attention to suit much better to his type of music, than a human being does. Since he's been making music for cows exclusively.  Currently investigating a cows eagerness to host a 802.11g access-point for rural coverage for his "computer musik concerts for the modern cow", which for 2 years also found their ways to the placard festival, he yields ultimate pace in these fields.

Claude Heiland-Allen - [http://claudiusmaximus.goto10.org]
Claude Heiland-Allen is a digital artist from London. Art was his first love, or was it computers? Either way the three of them have been involved in a tangled relationship for longer than he can remember. Ten years of using proprietary software was enough, and in 2004 he made a break for freedom.  No more having to use hacks of dubious legality to add extra features to his tools of choice, no more worry over whether his files will be useable in the distant future after the software vendor is long gone and forgotten.
He studied Mathematics and Computer Science at University of Oxford UK, then devoted his time to learning the arts of Linux, Puredata and Gridflow.

Karsten Gebbert (krgn) is a German musician and software developer living in California. His music is heavily inspired by the minimal techno scene and generative art. All his work is done in Supercollider and with custom made audio utilities. Karsten is currently the maintainer of the real-time kernel for pure:dyne, the GNU/Linux distribution for media artists.

Kiblix 2009 is part of gRig project, which has been supported by the European Commission - Culture Programme 2000, Slovenian Ministry of Culture and the City of Maribor.

Coordinator of the festival: Maja Vuksanović


Programme:
Wednesday 11 November
6 pm Pekarna, Hladilnica Gallery, KICK OFF, La Vitrine Ottoprod: OVERFLOW - performance by the French artists Anne-Valérie Gasc and Gillesa Desplanquesa

Thursday 12 November 
9 am Kulturni inkubator, Pufination – Robot Store workshop
11 am MMC Kibla, Workshop: Creating sound and image using open-code software (FLOSS) (mentored by Karsten Gebbert and Jan-Kees van Campen)
7 pm Stari Rotovž Gallery, MFRU launch
           Mfru archive: “Documents on virtuality and reality” installation
           Miha Vipotnik – »Sen za TV«
           Miha Vipotnik and Marko Batista (7. 30pm) /live audiovisual event/
7.30 pm Rotovški trg, FENSHU & PAUL DESTIEU: Volume sketches (live audiovisual                  event and videomapping)
9 pm MMC Kibla, Kiblix 2009 Festival launch                        
           Claude Heiland-Allen: RDEX, installation (Kibela)

Friday 13 November
9 am  Maribor University Library, Glazer Hall, “Culture as an archive” symposium
          (Miha Vipotnik, Igor Španjol, Maja Breznik, Melita Zajc)
9 am  Kulturni inkubator, Pufination – Robot Store workshop
11 am MMC Kibla, Workshop: Creating sound and image using open-code software (FLOSS) (mentored by: Karsten Gebbert and Jan-Kees van Campen)
5.30 pm MMC Kibla, Live videoconference – presentation of REACTABLE project
7.30 pm Gustaf Hall – Pekarna, Uho; oko: / Ear; eye: live audiovisual performances
            krgn "frühstück mit medea" / Karsten Gebbert *KIBLIX
            claudiusmaximus "D01234" / Claude Heiland-Allen *KIBLIX
           Cameron Bobro and Luka Dekleva: PRAŠUM / AV composition for sound and image
           OCTEX
00.00 Dj set Octex and Radio Marš after party

Pekarna, in front of Gustaf Hall, FENSHU & PAUL DESTIEU: Volume sketches
(live audiovisual event and video mapping)
Pekarna, Fasada Lubadar, Gustaf Hall lobby, Miha Presker: Invaders, photo intervention (occupation) of space.

Saturday 14 November
7.30 pm Gustaf Hall – Pekarna, Uho; oko / Ear; eye: Audiovisual performances
           Dušan Zidar: NO COMMENT NO INTERPRETATION / AV composition for 
           sound and image
           adrian vacca "extrem-simulator 0.2a" / Jan-Kees van Campen *KIBLIX
           Vesna Krebs, Primož Bončina, Borut Kumperščak: LOST AUDIO OBJECT
          IN VIRTUAL TEXTURE / live audiovisual performance V video
          mapping
          Marko Batista: PARALLEL DIGITAL STRUCTURES / experimental
          intermedia performance
00.00 Last days of Paradise
FUNKY Hiška: Dj Sanjin & Dj Rocca
GUSTAF HOUSE: dj alen - underground grooves, dj shocker d - sweet entertainment, studio11, vj Ana Pečar
KURD ROCK: Rebelrouservinyl LONDON presents
Nations Vibrations & MissSarahJane (London Underground) mixing the old rock n roll with reggae, ska, punk, burlesque and surf music

*accompanying-street event
PUBLIC AVATAR – MOTA – Museum of transitory art, 11/11. and 12/11, Maribor city centre

Hladilnica gallery, Pekarna - 11.11.2009 (photo by: Boštjan Lah)






















Kulturni inkubator, Stari Rotovž Gallery, Kibla - 12.11.2009 (photo by: Boštjan Lah)






























Maribor University Library, Kulturni inkubator, Gustaf Hall (Pekarna) - 13.11.2009 (photo by; Boštjan Lah)






































Gustaf, Kurd, Pekarna - 14.11.2009 (photo by: Boštjan Lah)







































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