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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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Leonard Shlain, San Francisco

Art & Physics: Parallel Visions in Space, Time, and Light
Steve Wilson, San Francisco State University

Liberating the Lab: Art in a Techno-Scienific Era
Paul Miller aka DJ Spooky, and Friends

Sound Unbound: Strategies for Reconstructing Media
Victoria Vesna, University of California, Los Angeles Design and Media Arts

Mind Shifting and Future Bodies: From Networks to Nanosystems
Paul Kaiser, Digital Artist, New York

Haunted: Digital Embodiment and Memory
Robert Atkins, Writer, New York City

Eye/I Witness: Aids and Digital Art Activism
Pamela Lee, Stanford Art History

Endless Decade: On Time and Technology in the Art of the 1960s
Jim Campbell, Artist, San Francisco

Formula Art: Computers as One Dimensional Translators
Nina Katchadourian, Artist, New York

Every Single Thing Around You Could be Trying to Tell You Something:
Marie Sester,Artist, New York

Paradise Under Surveillance: Transparency, Visibility, and Network Access
Peter Selz, Curator Emeritus, UC Berkeley

Directions in Kinetic Sculpture: From George Rickey to Jean Tinguely
Vivian Sobchack, UCLA Film Studies

A Leg to Stand On: Prosthetics, Metaphor, and Materiality
Sean Kelly, Philosophy, Princeton

Representing the Real: A Merleau-Pontean Account of Art and Experience From the Renaissance to New Media
Mimi Nguyen, Women's Studies, University of Michigan

Star Personas and Fan Fictions: Bruce Lee, Jj Chinois, and the Queer Technologies of Celebrity
Sonya Rapoport, Leonardo/ISAST, Artist, Berkeley

From Homunculus to Golem: Tracking an Alter Avatar
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