ISEA2011 Istanbul Exhibition Catalog Uncontainable is on Amazon
LEA Volume 18 No. 5, ISEA2011 Istanbul Uncontainable
Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA) is pleased to announce the publication of its new volume Uncontainable, the exhibition catalog of ISEA2011 Istanbul: The 17th International Symposium on Electronic Art, a collaborative effort by Sabanci University, Kasa Gallery and Goldsmiths College, University of London.
The catalog, produced in collaboration with Leonardo/ISAST, ISEA International, Kasa Gallery, Sabanci University and Goldsmiths College, features the work of artists who exhibited their work in ISEA2011 Istanbul exhibition program.
The Uncontainable exhibition, under the artistic direction of Lanfranco Aceti, was part of the Official Parallel Program of the 12th Istanbul Biennial.
“This catalog becomes a way to place an order to all of the events and activities, creating a record of the participating artists and the invited curators, for whose contributions I am extremely grateful. It is a snapshot of the city and of the event itself, which has signaled, we hope, a milestone in the history of the ISEA Foundation and new media arts” said Lanfranco Aceti, the Artistic Director and Conference Chair of ISEA2011 Istanbul.
Uncontainable took place in various locations around the city of Istanbul and saw the participation of over 100 international artists working with contemporary electronic and digital media. Two video programs of ISEA2011, Dislocations and Geometries of Sublime were displayed on the 400 square meters screens of the Media Facade of The Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb.
The Uncontainable catalog is available online on https://leoalmanac.org/vol-18-no-5-isea2011-istanbul-uncontainable/ and as a printed volume on Amazon.
Featured Guest Curators: The Australian Center of Virtual Art (ACVA), Kathy Cleland, Ian Clothier, Sean Cubitt, Vince Dziekan, Tihomir Milovac, Helen Sloan, Paul Thomas.
Featured Artists: Mark Amerika; Thomas Ankersmit & Phill Niblock; Art in Process (Elisabeth M. Eitelberger & Bello Benischauer); Roy Ascott, Elif Ayiter, Max Moswitzer & Selavy Oh; Gavin Baily, Tom Corby & Jonathan MacKenzie; Gavin Baily, Sarah Bagshaw & Tom Corby; Boredomresearch (Vicki Isley & Paul Smith); David Bowen; Kirsty Boyle; Songul Boyraz; Paul Brown; Andrew Burrell & Warren Armstrong; Karen Casey; Champagne Valentine (Anita Fontaine & Geoffrey Lillemon); Ayoka Chenzira; Paolo Cirio; Susan Collins; David Cotterrell; Charles Csuri; Mark Cypher; Darko Fritz; Mathias Fuchs; Murat Germen; Tina Gonsalves; Baruch Gottlieb; Jane Grant; Aroha Groves; Mark Guglielmetti & Indae Hwang; Ian Haig; Sigune Hamann; Peter Hardie; Tim Head; Nigel Helyer; Troy Innocent & Innae Hwang; Janez Jansa; Janis Jefferies & Barbara Layne; Sophie Jerram & Dugal McKinnon; Kuuki (Gavin Sade and Priscilla Bracks); Karen Lancel & Hermen Maat; Joel Louie, Jan L. Andruszkiewicz Bryan J. Mather, Kevin Raxworthy, Julian Stadon & Paul Thomas; Teoman Madra; Manifest.AR; Manfred Mohr; Sean Montgomery, Diego Rioja & Mustafa Bağdatlı; Yota Morimoto;Paul Moss; Kilian Ochs; Julian Oliver; Michael Paulin; Esther Polak & Ivar van Bekkum; Julian Priest; Rachael Rakena; Lisa Reihana & James Pinker; Danielle Roney & Jeff Conefry; Daan Roosegaarde; Scenecosme (Gregory Lassere and Anais met den Ancxt); Susan Sloan; Tamiko Thiel, Cem Kozar & Işıl Ünal; Jo Tito; John Tonkin; Patrick Tresset; Sonja van Kerkhoff & Sen McGlinn; Mari Velonaki; Pieter Verhees & Johannes Westendorp; Roman Verostko; Nils Voelker; Te Huirangi Waikerepuru; Mitchell Whitelaw.