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The 6th annual Carnival of e-Creativity (CeC 2011) was played out through February 18-19-20, 2011, in the sylvan spaces of Sattal Estate, near Bhimtal, in the Himalayan Indian state of Uttarakhand.


CeC 2011 was part-funded by Pro Helvetia Arts Council of Switzerland

This Incident is successfully concluded

Main Page ~ CeC 2011
Images & Video ~ CeC 2011
Post-Incident Report

* Visit the standalone CeC website here


:: Images ::
compiled from images & video shot by
Akshat Nauriyal, Darcy Gladwin, Dhananjay Gadre, Hojun Song, Marta Obiegla, Olive Lopez,
Pankuj Parashar, Parag Gandhi, Rakesh Varma, Sanjib Roy, and Shazeb Shaikh

Some of the video from CeC 2011 can be viewed online here
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Setting up the main tent. The dug up area of ground was flattened for the stage.
Meanwile, Brittonia / Bishop's cottage, seen behind, was divided into two parts, to host the screening of Unaccompanied Presentations and the Swiss Audio Zone, respectively
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Electrical systems ready??
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A group of Particpants absolutely captivated by the absolutely captivating incident-catalog, just before the traditional 'closed-door' meeting, the morning of Day-1
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Ami Dang wondering how on earth all of the string can hold together
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'Tis a special group of people though. And, anything is possible
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Sanjib Roy with the boat he transmogrified into an incredible fish over the course of the whole fishy business
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Curtis Bahn in performance with his dilruba and magic-bow.
(inset: Curtis walks the gathering through the latest avatar of his mind-boggling Max patch)
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Friedrich Glorian in performance playing his freaky tong-thingamajig (left), and his Gusheng (right)
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Bibblin' babblin' in-between
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The Juju Jive: Left, Lawrence Casserley sets Olive Lopez spinning by rhythmically stricking 2 stones against one other. Middle, Martin Gotfrit steps in with a magic grass-whisk to try and slow Olive down before she burns out. Right, Lawrence finally transfers the playful awakened spirit from Olive into a stray dog
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Lawrence Casserley demonstrating the new iPad interface he's made for his ever-evolving 'Signal Processing Instrument'. And, on the right, explaining a bit about what goes on inside it
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Lionel Dentan gratefully embraces Ashhar Farooqui for his having brought a wierd squeaky sound into Lio's live performance
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Lisa Kori Chung reveals that there is actually no tiffin in her tiffin-box
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Mansa Chatwal doodling while others dance. On the right, some of the doodles we made such a mistake not gathering
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A pensive Miti Desai before her performance. And then, dancing to design
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Some of the menfolk setting up on stage
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Olive Lopez and Shilpika Bordoloi demonstrate the Empty Hand in dance
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Ami Dang spouts voice samples for Lisa Kori Chung to process live (right, in shadow), whilst Ashhar Farooqui stoops to whisper into his mic to process that himself right behind her
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Lawrence Casserley at his Signal Processing Instrument, working with Aparna Panshikar's live vocals, whilst Noah Gotfrit and Martin Gotfrit play guitars, partly processed live by Martin
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A little bit of live hardware-processing comes into the picture along the way
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And then, two spooks spring out from behind the projection-screen
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Vinny Bhagat before performance, and then, in performance,.. simultaneously manipulating one computer for live audio and a second computer for live video
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Three little cameos from the haunting performance-artwork delivered live by Vest & Page (Verena Stenke and Andrea Pagnes)
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Ashhar Farooqui, fully concentrated in performance
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Pankuj Parashar brings his funky Bollywood filming style into play, with his Google Phone
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Abhinay Khoparzi's homemade 8x8 Monome
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Curtis Bahn's rig
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Lawrence Casserley's rig
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Lisa Kori Chung's rig
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Ami Dang's rig
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Sajid Akbar checks out Lisa Kori Chung's voice-processing apparatus
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Shazeb Shaikh's very cool 3D screen, in performance
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Yoonsun Shin delivers her presentation, while Song Hosung preps up for his right beside her
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Song Hosung briefs the gathering on progress in regard to developing the World's Most Dangerous Weapon, his Taste of Death sampler, and the Open Source Satellite
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Sheela Raj summons spirits to provide sunshine, so that Shilpika Bordoloi may frolic in the grass
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Alannah D'souza sportingly pretties up a picture of the Daily Schedule-Sheet, with a little giggle about it
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Natalie Boseul Shin, all loaded up and ready to shoot ... Big Game
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A couple of books from Participants, in the Swiss Audio Zone
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The wall-painting left upon a butcher's wall in nearby Bhowali by Rocky Rock, in league with a local painter
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Some folks got perhaps more than they'd bargained for
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Some folks were sometimes put to sleep by some things
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Meanwhile, the 'Don' of the Estate gave us just a mischievous grin
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Some Press Coverage
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Articles in the local paper name "Aaj". And, a feature story in the weekly 'Kumaon Plus' supplement of Times of India
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The feature story by Shazeb Shaikh, carried in AV Max magazine: Print-Media Partner on CeC 2011
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Organizers

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The Academy of Electronic Arts (also known as The Academy of Experimental Arts) is a Public Benefit Trust that serves as a learning, sharing, mentoring, networking, benchmarking, empowering and broadly inclusive, but non-educational, institution.
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Managing Trustee of The AeA, and Incident Director for CeC 2011
Shankar Barua
Core-Co-Curator: Shazeb Shaikh (India)

Co-Curator, Videoworks: Wilfried Agricola de Cologne (Germany)
Co-Curator, Videoworks: Ima Pico (Spain/UK/Germany)
Guest-Curator, Far East: Emma Ota (Japan)
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Participant-Support

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Thomas J. Watson Foundation
Simon Fraser University School for the Contemporary Arts
Diversity Art Forum
Shivnakaun Productions
Bandish - The School of Music
Pro Helvetia
Habitat World
Mr. Praveen Kumar
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Bidirectional Access Promotion Society
Netaji Subash Institute of Technology
The Academy of Electronic Arts
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Partners

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AV Media Partner


Online Partner


Online Magazine Partner


As always, all possible goodwill, association and support
is invited and welcomed from all quarters
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