|C5 Landscape Initiative's "Perfect View" at The San Jose Museum of Art
September 19, 2008 - January 25, 2009
The C5 Landscape Initiative's: Perfect View will be presented in the Road Trip Exhibition at The San Jose Museum of Art in San Jose, California.
|The Touring Show
Rhizome announces The Touring Show, the fifth show in their online exhibition series, Time Shares, co-presented with the New Museum of Contemporary Art. Artists: C5, Finishing School, Kanarinka, Trevor Paglen, Raqs Media Collective with Joy Chatterjee, Temporary Travel Office, Ricardo Miranda Zuniga.
|C5 Landscape Initiative's "Perfect View" at The Warehouse Gallery
April 14 - July 14, 2007
The C5 Landscape Initiative's: Perfect View will be presented in the Networked Nature Exhibition at The Warehouse Gallery in Syracuse, New York.
|C5 at the UC Santa Cruz 2007 Visiting Artist Lecture Series
April 12, 2007
Joel Slayton and Geri Wittig present: C5 - New Initiatives at the UC Santa Cruz 2007 Visiting Artist Lecture Series.
|C5 "2006 Annual Report" at The Lab
March 30 - April 28, 2007
The C5 2006 Annual Report will be presented as part of the Corporate Art Expo '07 at The Lab in San Francisco.
|C5 Landscape Initiative's "Perfect View" at Foxy Production
January 11 - February 18, 2007
The C5 Landscape Initiative's: Perfect View will be presented in the Networked Nature Exhibition at Foxy Production in NYC.
|C5 Releases C5UTM 2.0
July 10, 2006
C5, in association with Futuresonic 2006, is proud to release the C5 Landscape Database 2.0 API to the public, in celebration of ten years of Futuresonic!
|Joel Slayton at ACE2006
June 16, 2006
Joel Slayton offers Keynote Address at the International Conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology 2006 (In cooperation with Association of Computer Machinery ACM SIGCHI).
|C5 GPS Media Player at ISIMD'06
April 28-30, 2006
The C5 GPS Media Player will be presented in the Digital Art Exhibition at the 4th International Symposium of Interactive Media Design (ISIMD'06) in Istanbul, Turkey.
|Joel Slayton at Northwestern University
April 29, 2006
Joel Slayton presents the C5 Landscape Initiative at Northwestern University's Art History Department - the 17th Annual Graduate Student Symposium: Mapping and Locative Practices
|C5 at the College Art Association Annual conference, Boston, MA
February 22-25, 2006
Brett Stalbaum will present on the panel: From database and place to bio-tech and bots: Relationality vs autonomy in media art, Thursday, February 23, 2006, 12:30-2:00pm
Jack Toolin will present an overview of the C5 Landscape Initiative project, with special emphasis on Perfect View, on the panel: Art, Travel, and the Transformation of Destinations, Saturday, February 25, 2006, 2:30-5:00pm
|C5 at the Emerson College New Media Caucus Showcase, Boston, MA
February 23, 2006
C5 has been selected to present the C5 Landscape Initiative project at Emerson College as part of the Emerson College New Media Caucus Showcase. C5 will be one of four presenters in the college's Emerson Room on February 23, 2006, 3-5pm.
|Joel Slayton at the University of California San Diego Visual Arts Department
February 16, 2006
Joel Slayton presents the C5 Landscape Initiative at the UCSD Visual Arts Department.
|C5 featured in InCA, a publication of the San Francisco Industrial Design Society of America (IDSA)
InCA Issue 12: Entrepreneurship features an article overviewing C5 and its entrepreneurial roots - "Reflections on C5".
|C5 at FILE: Electronic Language International Festival
C5 presents The Landscape Initiative, field mediation texts at the FILE symposium in São Paulo, Brazil.
|Joel Slayton, Keynote Speaker at Urban Play and Locative Media
Joel Slayton was Keynote Speaker at the Urban Play and Locative Media Workshop in Seoul Korea. Art Center Nabi organized the International Workshop in partnership with the city of Seoul to initiate cultural and artistic projects focused on the Myung Dong redevelopment plan incorporating new zoning and new IT infrastructure.
|C5 Landscape Inititative at the grand opening of Calit2
Brett Stalbaum presents The Landscape Initiative - New Media Arts Research Presentations, Center for Research in Computing in the Arts, University of California San Diego, Friday, October 28, 2005
|The C5 GPS Media Player
The C5 GPS Media Player featured on the Whitney Artport - June/July, 2005.
|The C5 Landscape Initiative at SF Camerawork
San Francisco Camerawork presents The C5 Landscape Initiative: May 24 - June 25, 2005.
|C5 climbs Mt. Fuji
C5 ascended its second ring of fire volcanic peak by summiting Mt. Fuji, the tallest mountain in Japan at 12,395 ft. (3,776 m).
A simultaneous climb was executed on Mt. Lassen in California by a stateside C5 team. The Lassen Peak volcano rises 10,457 ft. (3,187 m) above sea level.
|The Perfect View Geocache Expedition
Jack Toolin logged over 13,000 miles on his Honda Super Hawk motorcyle as he traversed the U.S. in pursuit of Perfect View geocache sites solicited from the geocache community.
|Geri Wittig at the Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China
April 27, 2004
Geri Wittig presents an overview of the Landscape Initiatives project at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. The presentation took place at the completion of her Great Wall trek aimed at gathering data for "The Other Path", a Landscape Initiatives project.
|Joel Slayton at the San Francisco Art Institute Art+Technology Lecture series
March 16, 2004, 7:30pm, SFAI Lecture Hall
Joel Slayton discusses developments involving the Landscape Initiatives and other C5 database projects at the San Francisco Art Institute Art+Technology Lecture series.
|Brett Stalbaum at ZKM
Brett Stalbaum presents concepts outlined in his paper Database Logic(s) and Landscape Art as they relate to The C5 Landscape Initiative at the Media Art Net Lectures: Mapping and Datascape conference at ZKM.
|San Jose to host ISEA 2006
The International Symposium on Electronic Art, sponsored by the Netherlands-based Inter-Society for Electronic Art (ISEA), fosters interdisciplinary exchange among culturally diverse organizations and individuals working with art, science and emerging technologies. The 2006 conference theme is "Silicon Transvergence," and will focus on projects that bridge the boundaries between the arts, education, technology and business communities. Partnering organizations include the CADRE Laboratory for New Media (Joel Slayton-Director), ZeroOne, San Jose Museum of Art, and the Technology Museum of Innovation.
|Joel Slayton in India
Week with the Masters Symposia and jury member for the INSEA Competition showcasing animation and film making in India and South East Asia. Co-presentors included internationally renown and Oscar nominated artist Wendy Tilby, Paul Driessen and Jimmy Murakami. Joel Slayton presented and discussed a retrospective of his work, C5 creative projects and research and works produced by students at the CADRE Laboratory for New Media. Professor Slayton's presentation included a discussion on simulation technologies and the implications for the future of film. He also premiered a short music video featuring the band Lost Chihuahua
|C5 climbs Mt. Whitney
C5 mounted its second climbing expedition to ascend Mt. Whitney in California, the tallest mountain in the contiguous United States at 14,491 ft. (4,417 m).
|C5 climbs Mt. Shasta
The Analogous Landscape Project begins with the ascent of Mt. Shasta, a 14,162 ft. (4,137 m) volcanic mountain in the Cascade Range of North America.