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Inke Arns on Tue, 1 Nov 2005 21:23:38 +0100 (CET)


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<nettime-ann> [event] Maximum emotions for minimum budget! Readme 100 software art factory


Readme 100 - Temporary Software Art Factory
Hartware MedienKunstVerein
at City and State Library Dortmund
Dortmund, Germany, Nov 4/5, 2005

Maximum emotions for minimum budget!
http://readme.runme.org

Why pay more?
Why spend big bucks on visiting big media art festivals?
Why rush between noisy venues, endless lectures
and art works no one is there to explain?
Why be frustrated by a big vanity fair?
Why pay hundreds for the tickets?
Why feel alien at other people's feast?
Why queue for expensive and tasteless food, why
risk ending up at an expensive hotel because all
others are booked months in advance?
Why come back home confused or even disappointed?

We offer you a better option:

Cozy inexpensive software art festival in the heart of Germany!
You won't get lost in the locations but in the intense program!
Friendly, intimate atmosphere!
Meet renown and emerging media artists, people doing strange things with
software!
Two unforgettable days of talks, performances, personal communications,
get-togethers, and discussions.
Thoroughly picked evening program.
Free admission.
Guidance for student groups.
Inexpensive accommodation.
Major budget airlines connection.
Great local food and beer!

We offer all this and much more at our Readme 100 Software Art Festival!
It is a festival run by real enthusiasts; unforgettable experience
guaranteed!

Still not sure?

Ok, how about this: Absolute majority of the presented projects will be
world premieres! Yes, and no other festival can offer you this. So, hurry
up; space is limited. Please reserve your free attendance at og {at}
dxlab.org.

Where: Stadt- und Landesbibliothek, Dortmund
When: November 4 and 5, 2005, daily from 11 a.m.

Welcome to Dortmund, a high profile city in the North-West of Germany
famous for its beer, football team and heavy industry. Today it is also
an important center for information technology.

Participants:
Amy Alexander (US)
Christophe Bruno (F)
Javier Candeira (ES)
Yves Degoyon, Sergio Moreno, Jaume Nualart and others (ES)
DJ Francis (D)
Sven Konig (CH)
Wojciech Kosma (PL)
Alessandro Ludovico (IT)
Ilia Malinovsky (RU)
Leonardo Solaas (AR)
VJ Ubergeek (US)
Mitchell Whitelaw (AU)
Renate Wieser, Julian Rohrhuber (D)
Yaxu (GB)
Special Guest (GB)

Readme 100 is organised by
Inke Arns, Hartware MedienKunstVerein, Dortmund
Olga Goriunova, Readme/Runme, Moskau
Francis Hunger, Hartware MedienKunstVerein, Dortmund
Alexei Shulgin, Readme/Runme, Moskau

Supported by
Kulturbuero Stadt Dortmund
Der Ministerpraesident des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen
transmediale.06, Berlin
Stadt- und Landesbibliothek, Dortmund
LesArt Literaturfestival, Dortmund
Kuenstlerhaus Dortmund
AFAA - Bureau des Arts Plastiques / Franzoesische Botschaft
British Council
Bogdanov & Associates
Runme.org
Pro Helvetia

Contact
Hartware MedienKunstVerein
Guentherstr. 65
44143 Dortmund
T +49-231-534 63 607
F +49-231-88 20 240
http://www.hmkv.de
info {AT} hmkv.de



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Dr. Inke Arns
K=FCnstlerische Leiterin / Artistic Director
Hartware MedienKunstVerein
G=FCntherstrasse 65 * D-44143 Dortmund
T ++49 (231) 534 63 607
F ++49 (231) 882 02 40
inke.arns {AT} hmkv.de
http://www.hmkv.de
http://www.v2.nl/~arns/


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