[North.CN] Retrospection to RIXC 2015 festival

This year festival took place from October 8 to 10, in its 15th anniversary changing the title and the course of its annual festival: from the 90s network culture and “art+communication” ideas the festival now is making a shift towards broader art and science fields. Festival photos can be found in RIXC Flickr account – https://www.flickr.com/photos/rixcriga [read more …]

[North. CN] RIXC’s new art and science festival starts this week

  In its 15th anniversary, RIXC is changing the title and the course of its annual festival: from the 90s network culture and “art+communication” ideas the festival now is making a shift towards broader art and science fields. The annual RIXC festival performance program will take place at October 8, 9pm in Spīķeri concert hall, this year focusing on searching connections between [read more …]

NORTH-CN. Biotricity will be exhibited in Mons, Belgium

In the framework of “Biotricity” activity, since July art and science research took place in Riga, Latvia. The first result of research will be presented with Mons, Belgium, along with public presentations an “Biotricity” performances. New work will be exhibited in “Transformative Ecologies” exhibition in Mons from August 19 to August 30, 2015. The exhibition will come back to Riga [read more …]

Techno-Ecologies II review in famous contemporary art blog

RIXC book Techo-Ecologies II review has been published in Régine Debatty famous contemporary art blog We make money not art, which writes about the intersection between art, science and social issues. Blog author also contributes to several European design and art magazines and lectures internationally about the way artists, hackers and designers use science as a medium for critical discussion. This [read more …]

Biotricity sound art mix on-air at Kunstradio – Radiokunst, Ö1

“Biotricity” sound art mix was broadcasted on-air on Austrian radio Ö1 on Sunday, 30. November 2014, KUNSTRADIO – RADIOKUNST programme, 23:03 – 23:59. It was included in the programme “Kunst Fields. Wild Ontologies in the Service of Activating History“, curated by Armin Medosch, part 2, which was reflecting the FIELDS exhibition (http://fields.rixc.org) ideas and artworks. http://stream.sil.at:7562/content/2014B/30_11_14d.pls [read more …]

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