Where is your secret Decoder Ring?

August 10, 2007 at 10:01 pm Leave a comment

Video, documentary and animation entries about code, coding and coders accepted for INtransit V.3, produced by the AstroDime Transit Authority. Code is about patterns, sequences, systems, translations, substitutions. It can bind, trick, and free. How is media coded, historically, culturally, aesthetically? How is metacommentary about race, culture, class, gender expressed within the frames and between them? What is the liminal space of the edit? Where is your secret decoder ring?

The AstroDime Transit Authority is a collective of media artists curators who will be hosting a roundtable at the Society of Literature and Science’s conference in November 2007. Moving image submissions will be compiled into a DVD that will be played throughout the conference. In addition, this compilation will be screened at the 119 Gallery in Lowell, Massachusetts in the winter of 2008, and produced into INtransit V. 3, a video journal. For more info contact sam smiley at rocketscience@virtualberet.net

Please submit your videos to
AstroDime Transit Authority: CODE
119 Chelmsford Street
Lowell, Massachusetts 01851

Submissions for SLSA screening by October 13, 2007
Submissions for 119 Gallery presentation and complete DVD by January 20, 2008.
SLSA submissions will be included on the final DVD.
INtransit V. 3 will be published in the spring of 2008.

More information about the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts:
http://www.slsa07.org/

AstroDime Transit Authority
http://www.virtualberet.net/ata

119 Gallery
http://www.119gallery.org/

To purchase INtransit V. 1
http://119gallery.org/merch/

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