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   le mediatrans.21 nettime only                                                   
     matze.schmidt {AT} n0name.de                                                         

   le mediatrans.28                                                                
     matze.schmidt {AT} n0name.de                                                         

   nato for molecules                                                              
     integer {AT} www.god-emil.dk                                                         

   ART IN MOTION II: Media Festival                                                
     JSalloum {AT} aol.com                                                                

   le mediatrans.30                                                                
     matze.schmidt {AT} n0name.de                                                         

   the book _le mediatrans.30_ is now available                                    
     matze.schmidt {AT} n0name.de                                                         

   sterling webcast                                                                
     Pit Schultz <pit {AT} klubradio.de>                                                  

   http://meta.am/     -   over.flow                                               
     m e t a <meta {AT} meta.am>                                                          

   Virilio Over Spain                                                              
     John Armitage <john.armitage {AT} unn.ac.uk>                                         



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Date: Sat, 10 Feb 2001 19:00:41 +0100
From: matze.schmidt {AT} n0name.de
Subject: le mediatrans.21 nettime only

le mediatrans.21 nettime only
sa. 10022001 18:36 CET
n0name live! from transmediale.01
Berlin, Germany 4 to 11 February 2001


we don't get money 4 it, we give credibility to it!



medtrans.jpg


Readme

Festivals have usually a big Output Channel, but a small Input Channel,
analogous to business models from for example the German Telekom. It is
time to alter the constituion of the boundaries of such events and let the
amateurs in and the professionals out. n0name changed the model moderate
and built some new entries in. Festivals also tend to harmonize all
positions, so we built some new borders in, to make it more crucial.

We were photoshopping, changed the color and the structure a little bit.
compare to -> Start page http://www.transmediale.de

For those who really want the pic, please mailto: lemediatrans {AT} n0name.de

Thank you!


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Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2001 00:45:25 +0100
From: matze.schmidt {AT} n0name.de
Subject: le mediatrans.28

[partner event]

le mediatrans.28
sa. 10022001 22:25 CET
n0name live! from transmediale.01
Berlin, Germany 4 to 11 February 2001


m

decoding the festival:
the fest has no nursery, no program for children or parents with children,
or artists with children. the rooms look like the rooms of a club, the
lights make dark schemes out of the guests bodies. the focus lies on "this
is an area for the one who know". the transmediale has definitly a bad
social software! it is made to mediate between the post-techno scene and
the GLAPs (global local aesthetic people).

(c) 2001 n0name


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Date: Fri, 9 Feb 2001 20:40:31 +0100 (CET)
From: integer {AT} www.god-emil.dk
Subject: nato for molecules



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From: Matt Biederman <mbiederman {AT} sfmoma.org>
To: "'lev {AT} shoko.calarts.edu'" <lev {AT} shoko.calarts.edu>
Subject: nato for valentine's
Date: Fri, 9 Feb 2001 10:47:28 -0800 
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please note: a nato operator will go head to head, toe to toe with some of
the "classics" of "avant-garde" "cinema".

stop in and say hello.

best
matt

Wednesday February 14, 7-9pm

2nd Wednesday "Behind the Screen: Avant-Garde Cinema from the Early 20th
Century to the Early 21st Century,"   We'll also be celebrating our new
exhibition, Behind the Screen: Making Motion Pictures and Television on loan
from the American Museum of the Moving Image.  

Among the featured artists:
  
STATIC ROOM by Scott Arford
Crackling static video is manipulated live alternating with darkness and
lush sounds.  The video itself consists of a series of clips made from TV
static, bad connections, and other mistakes and inaccuracies.

FILM SCREENINGS
Early Avant-Garde Cinema juxtaposed with new digital Avant-Garde.  
Live Sound Track by Artist Richard Koldewyn on piano and digital work by
Mathew Biederman with sound artist DJ SpazeCrafteOne.

Films include Le Retour A La Raison (1923) and Emak-Bakia (1927) by Man Ray,
Ghosts Before Breakfast (1928) by Han Richter, Entre'Acte (1924) by Rene
Clair, and Anemic Cinema (1926) by Marcel Duchamp.

PENDULUM II by TEST,  a collaborative arts group dedicated to using
projection in
performance and installation. Artists Gregory Cowley, Scott Arford, and
Kaveh Soofi present "A clockwork sculpture of projections making use of
cyclical imagery and sound suspended in space."

IN THE LEARNING STUDIO
Sometimes, the edge of a picture is more interesting than the middle.  The
video streamer tips video on its side to reveal flowing images of time. 

Local filmmaker Aaron Ross will present his 3D film, "Cruise the Circuit."
Cruise the Circuit is an abstract computer animation which directly
translates music into moving visual art. It is presented in full color
stereoscopic 3D using wireless electronic glasses.

GHOSTSTAIRS by John 'B' Berzins, a layered video composition.  From the
outside, you see the ghosts. Walk through and look back: you become a ghost.

OTHER INSTALLATIONS INCLUDE
Lightning House by Mary Tsiongas, Untitled by Michael Rudnick



Bar provided by Blavod (BLACK VODKA), Food catered by CAFE ACRE.  

This Event is free with Museum Admission.  The Exploratorium is located
inside the Palace of Fine Arts in
San Francisco's Marina District.  


For information, call (415) EXP-LORE.










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Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2001 01:34:18 EST
From: JSalloum {AT} aol.com
Subject: ART IN MOTION II: Media Festival

ANNOUNCEMENT

The Second Annual International Festival of Time-Based Media
Presented by the University of Southern California School of Fine Arts,
in collaboration with the Santa Monica Museum of Art.

Thursday – Saturday, February 15, 16, 17
All events are FREE and open to the public

The USC School of Fine Arts, in collaboration with the Santa Monica Museum 
of Art, is delighted to present AIM II – three days of exhibitions, 
performances, screenings, a symposium, a gala reception/award ceremony, and 
an education outreach program hosted on both the USC campus and at the 
SMMoA.

Unlike most venues which organize around a specific media or genre, AIM II 
is organized around a central theme,"The Vanishing Author?", and the only 
criteria for submission is that works be 'time-based'.

The 43 works selected for the festival were chosen from a pool of over 600 
applicants from 29 countries and include film, video, digital video, 
interactive games, animations, sound pieces, CD-ROM’s, websites, 
installations, and performances.

An outline of festival events and the names of participating artists are 
listed below.

For more detailed information please visit our web site at 
http://www.usc.edu/aim, email aim {AT} usc.edu, or call the USC School of Fine 
Arts at (213) 740-ARTS.

ARTISTS PARTICIPATING IN AIM II:
Amy Alexander . Tony Allard . Mark Amerika . Steve Appleton . Staffan 
Backlund . Nahyeong Cheon . Jonah Brucker-Cohen . Tony Cokes . Juliet Conlon 
. Alison Cornyn & Sue Johnson . Geoff Cox, Mike Phillips, Adrian Ward, et al 
. David Crow . Gili Dinovich . Jeanne Finlay . Mark Gardner . Susan Giles . 
Neil Goldberg . Catriona Grant . Karen Gunthrie, Anna Best, Simon Poulter & 
Nina Pope . Kathy High . Andrew Hutchison & Marie-Louise Xavier . Annetta 
Kapon . Hung Wing Kit . Ken Kobland &  E. Jay Sims with Bill Waldman . John 
Rechy and the Labryinth Project . Greg Kucera . Hart Laurent & Julien Alma . 
Barbara Medajska . Dennis H. Miller . Eduardo Navas . Han Ter Park . Gwyan 
Rhabyt . Aaron Rincover . Peter Rose . Eric Saks/Belief . Somyung Sohn . 
Jayce Salloum . Kai Syng Tan . Anne Walsh & Chris Kubick . Hilary Wilder . 
Andrew Wood

FESTIVAL EVENTS

***SYMPOSIUM***
"THE VANISHING AUTHOR?"
Thursday, February 15, 2001
6.30pm – 10pm
Gin D. Wong, FAIA Conference Center, USC Harris Hall
Exposition Blvd  {AT}  Watt Way

Constance Penley: film theorist and cultural critic, will present Melrose 
Space; Art, Politics, and Identity in the Age of Global Media. Followed by a 
panel discussion on issues arising from the festival theme of The Vanishing 
Author? with panelists Steve Fagin, media artist; Jan Tumlir: writer and 
curator; and Simon Leung: artist. The moderator is Christiane Robbins: media 
artist.

***SCREENING***
Films, videos, digital videos, animations…..
Friday, February 16, 2001
11am – 6pm
USC Annenberg School for Communication Auditorium
Watt Way  {AT}  Hellman Way

***The WebAdTV Art In Motion Exhibition***
Installations, interactive games, websites, CD-Roms, sound pieces, 
performances…..
Th/Fri/ Sat, February 15, 16, 17, 2001
11am – 6pm
Santa Monica Museum of Art
Bergamot Station
2525 Michigan Ave. Bldg G1
     Tel: 310 586 6488

***RECEPTION AND AWARD CEREMONY***
Saturday February 17, 2001
7-10pm
Santa Monica Museum of Art
Performances including WorldMix La and Digital Atmosphere (with DJ Koolaid)

For detailed information:
http://www.usc.edu/aim
aim {AT} usc.edu
Tel: 213.740.ARTS

All events are FREE and open to the public.
Parking for Symposium and Screening in Structure A of the USC campus is $3: 
enter the USC campus through Gate 6 on Vermont Avenue at West 36th Place.

>>AIM II is co-sponsored by:
Apple ®
California Arts Council
Dublab.com
Intelefilm
Panasonic
SuperHappyBunny
USC Annenberg School for Communication
USC Arts Initiative
USC Matrix Program for Digital Media
USC Spectrum
WebADTV

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PRESS RELEASE

>From the University of Southern California School of Fine Arts
Watt Hall 104, Los Angeles, CA  90089-0292

Tel: (213) 740-ARTS (2787) Fax: (213) 740-8938
Email: aim {AT} usc.edu
http://www.usc.edu/AIM

Contact:  Janet Owen, Festival Director (213) 740-ARTS (2787)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
STOP DATE: February 17, 2001

(Los Angles/Santa Monica, 1/21/01)
ART IN MOTION II SELECTS 43 INTERNATIONAL WORKS
FOR USC FINE ARTS’ SECOND-ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF TIME-BASED MEDIA

The University of Southern California School of Fine Arts has announced the 
selections for Art In Motion II. Presented in collaboration with the Santa 
Monica Museum of Art, AIM II is a free festival that will take place 
Thursday – Saturday, February 15 –1 7, 2001 at locations on both the USC 
Campus in Los Angeles, and at the Santa Monica Museum of Art.

The selected works were chosen from a pool of over 600 applicants from 29 
countries. They include film, video, digital video, interactive games, 
animation, sound pieces, CD-ROM’s, websites, installations, and 
performances.

"Unlike most film festivals, galleries and media venues which are organized 
around a specific media or genre, Art In Motion II is organized around a 
central theme, and the only criteria for submission is that works be 
'time-based," said Janet Owen, festival director. "Consequently the selected 
works range from trans-global collaborations to intensely personal projects, 
and grapple with issues as divergent as the "sport" of lying and the 
"vanishing" of individuals."

Building on the success of the first festival AIM II has been expanded from 
its debut January 2000 one-day format to a three-day event. "We are 
delighted to be partnering with the Santa Monica Museum of Art to present a 
unique and rich program of exhibitions, screenings, a symposium and an 
educational outreach program," said Ruth Weisberg, Dean of the USC School of 
Fine Arts.

AIM II is organized around the theme of  "The Vanishing Author?" In the 21st 
century, new technologies have multiplied access to authorship and 
reinvigorated "The Author" concept. Simultaneously, these same technologies 
have ushered in an age of infinite reproducibility - the culture of the copy 
- - where there is no "final cut" and no definitive, authoritative voice.  As 
the role of the "author" is perpetually destroyed and recreated so too are 
our perceptions of "authority", "self", "meaning", "value" and "originality" 
that contribute so significantly to the determination of our futures

USC professor, media artist and AIM II Festival Advisor, Christiane Robbins, 
will moderate the AIM II Symposium, addressing issues arising from the 
festival theme, at the USC School of Fine Arts, Thursday, February 15, 6.30 
– 10.00pm. Keynote speaker, film theorist and cultural critic Constance 
Penley will present Melrose Space; Art, Politics, and Identity in the Age of 
Global Media. Followed by a panel discussion with Steve Fagin: media artist; 
Jan Tumlir: writer, curator; and Simon Leung: artist.

All submissions to Art In Motion II were viewed by the AIM II Pre-Screening 
Committee: Carole Ann Klonarides: curator, media artist; Tara McPherson: 
author, media critic; Janet Owen: festival director; Allan deSouza: artist, 
writer, critic; and Tomo Isoyama: artist.

The selected works will be viewed by a distinguished trio of AIM II jurors: 
Tom Leeser, media artist and Visual Effects Supervisor/Art Director with 
Academy Award-winning production studio Rhythm & Hues; pioneering video 
artist, Janice Tanaka, and Tran, T. Kim Trang, video artist and independent 
curator.

Awards include the $1000 Intelefilm Award For Creative Excellence and the 
$500 USC School of Fine Arts Student Award. Additionally, visitors to the 
festival are invited to cast their vote for the AIM II Audience Choice Award

The AIM II Award Ceremony, along with performances including WorldMix La and 
Digital Atmosphere (with DJ Koolaid), will take place at Santa Monica Museum 
of Art, Saturday, February 17, 7.00–10.00pm.

All events are FREE and open to the public. For further information visit 
the Art in Motion web site at http://www.usc.edu/aim, send email to 
aim {AT} usc.edu or call the USC School of Fine Arts at (213) 740-ARTS.

Information on festival schedules, maps and direction are available on the 
AIM II website: www.usc.edu/aim

>>AIM II is co-sponsored by:
Apple ®
California Arts Council
Dublab.com
Intelefilm
Panasonic
SuperHappyBunny
USC Annenberg School for Communication
USC Arts Initiative
USC Matrix Program for Digital Media
USC Spectrum
WebADTV


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Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2001 22:55:20 +0100
From: matze.schmidt {AT} n0name.de
Subject: le mediatrans.30

le mediatrans.30
mo. 12022001 22:52 CET
n0name after! transmediale.01
(http://www.transmediale.de)
Berlin, Germany 4 to 11 February 2001


Somewhere between phosphat & phosphorus!


PRODUCE DISTRIBUTE COOPERATE

the *real*time journal ism

supplement to the rohrpost Jahresempfang: dog before the speaker: his
masters voice; it was a little bit like onliner jet-set or a meeting of
company members, service dressed in white offering juice, beer, wine, water
etc., with the standup theory show "3 minutes of shut up"

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headwords: means more than giving people the joystick
tuning? -> breaking up the machine
tech romantizism

festival buzzwords top10:
 1 participation
 2 distribution
 3 code
 4 art
 5 media
 6 artist
 7 software
 8 independend
 9 house
10 show

the public domain in the city
hacking as a social game
real hackers wrote a programm crack it baby! in 2 nights much faster than
the one of the artists. they said: write your own code don't participate in
this silly art game
public space is minimized, slogan "access for all" strengthens the
mechanism of marginalisation. when everybody speaks but nobody listens
in a fascist situation media control the people, here people control the media
buffz pffft
p2p as competitor to the commercial distribution. did the the majors made
more money because of Napster because people had more possibilities to
check their taste? no bootlegging in napster concerns software too -> Gnutella
make platform available 
films produced by hobbyists in their sparetime creating movies with level
engines (Quake), 1 million films this year
would you finance a hack?
art lovers looking on fancy streams
get into the value chain
tells story about breaking into shops stealing the mobilephones, governence
without government, richness of conflicts, people like to control media

telling their own story, found footage, it all begang with a bang and the
death of tv, now we were producers, 2000,- per minute; no pause, keep the
structure running; "what is your marketing concept?", democracy of the
produktivkraft but no distribution, collection discussion

organize yourself!

IF YOU WANT TO PAY US
SEND CYBERCASH TO usdydm {AT} n0name.de

(c) 2001 n0name


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Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2001 00:37:13 +0100
From: matze.schmidt {AT} n0name.de
Subject: the book _le mediatrans.30_ is now available


the book _le mediatrans.30_ is now available:

http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3831113483/lemediatrans.30

n0name


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Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2001 03:34:10 +0100
From: Pit Schultz <pit {AT} klubradio.de>
Subject: sterling webcast

for nettime.tv...

long live dead media!

bruce sterling at the wmf club berlin

mikro.lounge#30, 07 Feb 2001

http://www.klubradio.de/rams/sterling.ram


http://www.deadmedia.org



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Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2001 00:37:06 -0700
From: m e t a <meta {AT} meta.am>
Subject: http://meta.am/     -   over.flow




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Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2001 09:40:00 -0000
From: John Armitage <john.armitage {AT} unn.ac.uk>
Subject: Virilio Over Spain

Hi folks

Here's some information on Paul Virilio for Spanish nettime members/readers:

My CTHEORY interview with Virilio on the Kosovo War has recently been
translated into Spanish and has just been published in Madrid as:

'PAUL VIRILIO: La Guerra de Kosovo Tuvo Lugar en El Espacio Orbital'.

It can be found in the following architectural journal:

PASAJES: ARQUITECTURA Y CRITICA
Febrero 2001, Ano 3, numero 24
pages 38-41.

Please feel free to circulate this to anyone who might be interested.

John


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