The article Networked Conversations as Activism by Helen Varley Jamieson has been published in INTERACT, a Portuguese online magazine for art, culture and technology.
general news relating to UpStage
UpStage is honoured to be included in the pavillion “It does not matter, I will eat it cold!” curated by Maja Kalogera for The Wrong Biennial 2019-20 (from 1 November 2019) and exhibited at Art 836 G Gallery, Zagreb (from 1 December 2019).
Software projects are like gardens: they are ecosystems that require ongoing nurtuting and maintenance so that they can flourish; and they have life cycles – they evolve, and sometimes they die. At the 2019 Libre Graphics Meeting in Saarbrücken, the UpStage team led a […]
A Cultural Response to the Climate and Ecological Emergency We are facing an unprecedented global emergency, the planet is in crisis and we are in the midst of a mass extinction event. Scientists believe we have entered a period of abrupt climate breakdown. Carbon emissions […]
In October 2016, Helen Varley Jamieson gave a talk at the Herbert Gallery, Coventry, about the project We have a situation!, cyberformance, UpStage and her work. The talk was recorded by Alan Van Wijgerden, and you can watch it below. The talk launched the project […]
A newly published book exploring how art can actively engage citizens in cultural and pedagogical discussions includes a chapter on the UpStage-based cyberformance project We have a situation!
For those of you waiting in anticipation while we moved servers, pushed through some new code and plotted next steps. FINALLY the next UpStage walkthrough will be next Tuesday 2nd August 6pm NZST
meet some new faces, and old regulars – join us at https://live.upstage.org.nz/
A new book about cyberformance will be launched in Cardiff, Wales on 26 April. Political Cyberformance: The Etheatre Project, by Christina Papagiannouli, examines the use of Internet platforms as theatrical, rehearsal and performance spaces and explores the interactive and political potentials of online theatre, questioning […]
UpStage is featured in the exhibition accompanying the 2016 Libre Graphics Meeting. The LGM is hosted this year by the University of Westminster, and the exhibition will be in the university’s London Gallery West, in the Harrow campus. The exhibition opens on 15 April as […]
Please find the live link here https://upstage.org.nz:8083/stages/whasbrasil Join the UpStage regulars and a whole new bunch of people cyberforming about the water poluution situation in Guanabarra Bay Rio