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Since its inception in spring 1997, the Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium at UC Berkeley has presented numerous evening lectures from invited artist and media theorists. Through its international mailing list, web pages and posters, the series has established an international reputation for fostering intellectual dialogue at the intersection of art, technology, and culture. Ken Goldberg (Professor, College of Engineering) initiated this lecture series with Kevin Radley (Art Practice).

Since 2001, BAM/PFA’s Conversations program, in collaboration with the Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium, has been proud to produce and present this online archive of Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium talks.

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Jose Alvarez
February 7, 2011
Surfaces of Constant Simultaneity
Natalie Jeremijenko
January 24, 2011
Redesigning our relationship to natural systems, wrestling rhinoceros beetles, launching the Urban Space Station and other Cross(x)Species Adventures
Jeffrey Inaba
November 15, 2010
Architectural Communication in the Knowledge Economy
Mark Tribe
October 11, 2010
Mediation, Performance, and the Public Sphere
Lisa Iwamoto
September 20, 2010
Adaptations
Anne Walsh and Chris Kubick
April 5, 2010
Conversing, Considering, Condensing, Conjuring: 7 Years of Collaboration
Leo Villareal
March 15, 2010
Complex Simplicity: Investigating the Medium of Light
Joe McKay
January 21, 2010
Something Besides Super Monkey Ball
Ben Rubin, Artist, Ear Studio, New York
November 2, 2009
What’s That Ticking Sound?
Candice Breitz, Artist, Berlin
October 19, 2009
From A to B and Back Again
Camille Utterback, Artist, San Francisco
October 5, 2009
Luscious Complexity: Transcending the Doohickey
Mark Hosler, Artist, Negativland
September 14, 2009
Adventures in Art at the Edge of the Law
Neighborhood Public Radio, Oakland / Chicago / San Diego
April 27, 2009
1/4 Watt of Pure Power: Experiments in the Dark Transmission Arts
Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, Artists, NYC
April 13, 2009
I’ll Replace You: Outsourcing Everyday Life
Marcia Tanner, Curator, Berkeley, California
March 30, 2009
Where the Girls Are: Women Artists Working With Technology
Ray Beldner, Artist, San Francisco
March 2, 2009
Flickr, Flarfing and Babelfish: The Internet and Art Practice
Joseph DeLappe, Artist, Reno, Nevada
February 9, 2009
You’ll Never Walk Alone: Protest, Memory, and Reenactment
Anne Pasternak, Director, Creative Time, New York
November 24, 2008
Public Art and Media: From Spectacle to Political
R. Luke DuBois, Composer/Artist, New York
November 3, 2008
How to Type Fast and Influence People
Laurie Anderson, Artist, New York
October 25, 2008
In Conversation with Ken Goldberg
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