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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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Hasan Elahi, Artist, San Jose
October 13, 2008
Tracking Transience: The Orwell Project
Greg Lynn, Architect, Los Angeles/Vienna
April 4, 2008
Giant Robot Architecture
Kristin Lucas, Artist, San Francisco
December 3, 2007
If Lost Then Found
Yael Kanarek, Artist, New York
November 11, 2007
And I was Both Tongues
Bill Fontana, Artist, San Francisco
October 1, 2007
Acoustic Simultaneity and the Sculpture of Sound
Trevor Paglen, Artist and Geographer, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
September 17, 2007
Blank Spots on a Map: State Secrecy and the Geography of Nowhere
Doug Aitken, Artist, Los Angeles
April 23, 2007
Can You Say...2007?
Matmos, Musicians and Sound Artists, San Francisco
February 12, 2007
The Re-Dematerialization of the Art Object
Pierre Huyghe, Artist, Paris
January 22, 2007
Time Score and Timing
Rudolf Frieling, Media Arts Curator, SFMOMA, San Francisco
November 12, 2006
Stop Making Sense: Contextualizing Media Art
Jane McGonigal, Department of Performance Studies at UC Berkeley
March 14, 2005
Why I Love Bees, or, A Massively-Scaled Ludic Worldview
Sara Diamond, Banff New Media Institute
March 18, 2002
Learning from the Animals: Code Zebra
Debra Solomon, Artist, Art Race in Space Ltd, Amsterdam
January 28, 2002
Artist-Astronaut: What the Future Told Us
George Lewis, University of California, San Diego
October 15, 2001
Secret Love: Between Interactivity & Improvisation
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