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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.

Katie Salen, Parsons School of Design & Eric Zimmerman, gameLab, NYC

Making and Breaking Rules: Game Design as Critical Practice
Rachel Greene, Rhizome

The History of Net Art From 1995 to the Google IPO
Marko Peljhan, Projekt Atol-Pact Systems and UCSB

From Utopian Determinism to Network-Centric Paradigms
Jaron Lanier, Artist and Musician, Berkeley

Can Soulful Music Survive Digital Epistemology?
Cobi van Tonder, Artist and Musician South Africa

Ephemeral Gumboots: Dancing the Rhythm of Change
Bruno Latour, Professor & Curator, Ecole des Mines, Paris

From Object to Things: How to Represent the Parliament of Nature?
Mark Pauline, Artist, Survival Research Labs, SF

Exploiting the Momentum of Self Righteousness
Michael Rees, Digital Media Art & Sculpture, Rutgers University

Monsters and Programs and Other Beautiful Fictions
Stephen Beck, Artist & Inventor, Berkeley

Photons, Electrons, Icons and Phonons: Materials and Makings of Pre- And Post-Digital Art
Okwui Enwezor, Curator & Dean, Art Institute, SF

Contemporary African Photography and Film
Marianne Weems, Director, The Builders Association, NY

Mediatic Performance: New Technology for Old Theater
Pamela Z, Performance Artist, SF

Making Faces: Theatrical Materiality and Technological Embodiment
Cory Arcangel, Artist, NYC

Recent Experiments in Modern Composition, Software, and Stand-Up Comedy
Jonathon Keats, Artist, SF

Extraterrestrial Aesthetics, Divine Genetics, and Other Thought Experiments
Christine Paul, Whitney Museum

Context as Moving Target: Mapping the Digital World