Fall 2004 - Spring 2005, UC Berkeley
Monday Evenings, 7:30-9:00pm
160 Kroeber Hall (** Except March 7 **), UC Berkeley
All Lectures are free and open to the public.

Fall 2004
Sept 20 Representing the Real: A Merleau-Pontean Account of Art and Experience from the Renaissance to New Media
Sean Kelly, Philosophy, Princeton
Oct 18 Star Personas and Fan Fictions: Bruce Lee, JJ Chinois, and the Queer Technologies of Celebrity
Mimi Nguyen, Women's Studies, University of Michigan
Nov 1 The Land
Rirkrit Tiravanija, New York and Thailand
Nov 29 From Homunculus to Golem: Tracking an Alter-Avatar
Sonya Rapoport, Leonardo/ISAST
Spring 2005
Jan 24 Making and Breaking Rules: Game Design as Critical Practice
Katie Salen, Parsons School of Design and Eric Zimmerman, gameLab, NYC
Feb 28 The History of Net Art from 1995 to the Google IPO
Rachel Greene, Rhizome
Mar 7 I [heart] PowerPoint
David Byrne, Artist, Musician, NYC
** Special Location 155 Dwinnelle Hall **

Apr 18 From Utopian Determinism to Network-Centric Paradigms
Marko Peljhan, Projekt Atol-Pact Systems and UCSB

Sponsored by UC Berkeley's: Center for New Media, Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost, College of Engineering Interdisciplinary Studies Program, Center for Information Technology in the Interest of Society, Consortium for the Arts, BAM/PFA, and the Townsend Center for the Humanities.

ATC Director: Ken Goldberg (Professor, IEOR and EECS)
ATC Associate Director: Greg Niemeyer (Asst. Professor, Art Practice)
ATC Assistant: Irene Chien (PhD Candidate, Rhetoric)
Curated with ATC Advisory Board

For updated information, please see:

Contact: goldberg@ieor.berkeley.edu, or phone (510) 643-9565