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Table of Contents:

   cast01: Symposium on Communication of Art, Science and Technology               
     "netzspannung.org" <cast01 {AT} netzspannung.org>                                    

   White Cube White Cubed                                                          
     Vanessa Black <whitecube {AT} asia.com>                                              

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

   Media Channel Update                                                            
     Robert Atkins <robertatkins {AT} earthlink.net>                                      

   yale conference on grassroots internet use                                      
     "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>                                                

   RECLAIM THE STREETS ADELAIDE                                                    
     "ben moretti" <bmoretti {AT} chariot.net.au>                                         

   Media Art SUBMISSIONS NOTICE                                                    
     "George(s) Lessard" <media {AT} web.net>                                             

   WEB DISSEMMINATION PROJECT Message from Canada Council                          
     "George(s) Lessard" <media {AT} web.net>                                             

   Mark Amerika interview                                                          
     "Apostolos Grigoropoulos" <agrigo {AT} pan.gr>                                       

   Chico Salvak:a documentary film on the web                                      
     "nicolas maleve" <forum {AT} kfda.be>                                                



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Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2001 16:07:47 +0100
From: "netzspannung.org" <cast01 {AT} netzspannung.org>
Subject: cast01: Symposium on Communication of Art, Science and Technology

call for participation / submission deadline 31.05.2001 / Schloss
Birlinghoven, Sankt Augustin (Bonn), 20-22.09.2001

cast01: Symposium on Communication of Art, Science and Technology

We invite you to participate in the cast01 symposium on intersections of
artistic, cultural, technological and scientific issues of:

Living in Mixed Realities

What does it mean to live, play and work in a world shaped and perceived
through digital media, networks and architectures of real-virtual space?
The development of complex communication spaces, life environments and
economic models is an interplay of technical, social, and artistic
forces - Mixed Realities of Art, Science and Technology.

The design of a Mixed Reality Architecture, which connects processes in
virtual space to the social environments and cultural practices of real
places, presents challenges to technologists, scientists and artists
alike. In such an architecture the basic design elements are networked
structures for new forms of collaborative work and knowledge discovery,
human-centred interaction and awareness, media spaces and advanced
interfaces.

At cast01 scientists will present technologies and infrastructures that
address these challenges. Artists will present aesthetic concepts of
digital culture and new interactive media formats. cast01 is an
invitation for a discussion between artistic practices and the forefront
of research and development of information technologies.

cast01 is organised by netzspannung.org and by the GMD - German National
Research Center for Information Technology. It is supported by the
German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (bmb+f) and by the
European Commission.

http://netzspannung.org/cast01
e-mail: cast01 {AT} netzspannung.org

Monika Fleischmann / Wolfgang Strauss
MARS - Exploratory Media Lab
GMD - Institute for Media Communication
Schloss Birlinghoven
D-53754 Sankt Augustin, Germany

OBJECTIVES:
On September 20-22, 2001 cast01 will present inspiring media art and
innovative research projects from the EU Information Society
Technologies programme (IST). Semantic Web, Mixed Reality, Advanced
Interfaces and Future Media Spaces are only some of the topics that
symbolise the influence of information technology on patterns of life
and work in a networked society. cast01 explores the ways in which Next
Generation Internet can be understood, explored and supported through
creative interdisciplinary practices.

cast01 invites submissions of inspiring research, technological
development and artistic production. Proposed contributions may be in
the form of research papers and artistic presentations as well as
blueprints and posters of developing ideas. Researchers, artists,
theorists, practitioners and entrepreneurs are encouraged to submit
interdisciplinary projects and critical reflections on the merging of
the virtual and the real.

Topics:
* Agents, Avatars and Narrative Intelligence
* Advanced and Performative Interfaces, Displays and Sensors
* Awareness and Knowledge Discovery
* Collaborative Media Spaces and Interactive Environments
* Community Systems, Cooperative Platforms, Portals and Channels
* Distributed Systems and Parallel Architectures for the Web
* Distribution of Content and Multimedia Services
* Enabling Technologies, Authoring Tools, Artistic Software
* Interactive Streaming, Intermedia Formats, Interactive TV
* Knowledge & Memory Spaces, Cultural Archives
* Metadata and Application Delivery (XML, VRML, MPEG-4, MPEG-7)
* Network Games, Virtual Theatre, Virtual Exhibitions
* Next Generation Internet and Emergent Technologies
* Signal Processing and Mixed Reality
* Tracking and Tracing People, Homes, Ambience

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: May 31, 2001
Notification of acceptance: June 30, 2001
Camera-ready papers: July 15, 2001
Symposium Registration Deadline: July 31, 2001

The symposium languages are both English and German with simultaneous
translation.

PROCEEDINGS
Accepted papers and blueprints will be published in the symposium
proceedings, in English. A special issue of netzspannung.org -
(e-)Journal of Art, Design and Innovation Research will be published
with cast01 symposium best papers.

BEST PAPER AWARD
The best paper, artistic presentation, blueprint, poster and student
presentation will be honored with the cast01 award.

cast01 is organised by netzspannung.org and by the GMD - German National
Research Center for Information Technology. It is supported by the
German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (bmb+f) and by the
European Commission.

http://netzspannung.org/cast01
e-mail: cast01 {AT} netzspannung.org





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Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2001 20:06:36 +0100
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Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2001 16:57:44 -0500
From: Robert Atkins <robertatkins {AT} earthlink.net>
Subject: Media Channel Update

FEBRUARY 14, 2001, NEW FEATURES:

NEWS AND REVIEWS: ART MEETS PERSONAL POLITICS
Performing before surveillance cameras in the U.K.; urban culture online
in India; the Internet after the Berlin Wall. Robert Atkins' latest.
http://www.mediachannel.org/arts/gallery

IS INDEPENDENT ADVOCACY POSSIBLE?
Did a public-policy group support Microsoft because the company
funded them? The Independent Institute rebuts the charges---
and challenges the critics' independence.
http://www.mediachannel.org/views/oped/trustus.shtml

WAR ZONE HERO
"Someone has to show the world what's happening, " said Mohammed
Shaffi. Rashid Mughal remembers the cameraman, who died last week.
http://www.mediachannel.org/views/oped/shaffi.shtml

NEWS DISSECTOR: AL GORE, JOURNALISM TEACHER
Journalists protested when Al Gore showed up to teach journalism. But
Danny Schechter says the press wrote up the wrong lesson.
http://www.mediachannel.org/views/dissector/goreteach.shtml

DAILY MEDIA NEWS
Breaking news stories about the media internationally,
from mainstream and alternative sources.
http://www.mediachannel.org/news/today/

**FROM OUR AFFILIATES**

MEDIA READER
* Beatles On Radio In Bucharest
* Covering East Africa's Wars
* Racists In Cyberspace
And much, much more... Plus: Streaming audio and video
http://www.mediachannel.org/news/mediareader/front.shtml

VIVA, INDY MEDIA!
The Zapatista struggles inspired the first Independent Media Center
in Seattle. Now the Zapatistas celebrate their own IMC in Chiapas.
http://www.mediachannel.org/front.shtml#imc

FREE SPEECH AND FAMILY VALUES
The $10 billion U.S. porn industry is worried the conservative new
Attorney General won't protect its freedom.
http://www.mediachannel.org/front.shtml#porn

NEWSPAPERS VERSUS THE ANC?
Is antigovernment hostility from white-dominated newspapers a
holdover of the apartheid era?
http://www.mediachannel.org/front.shtml#anc

WILL THE FCC GET RADICAL?
New U.S. Federal Communications Commission Chairman
Michael Powell dismisses Digital Divide concerns.
http://www.mediachannel.org/front.shtml#fcc

HOT STORIES
MediaChannel affiliates offer the latest news and opinion
on the world's top media stories. This week: Pacifica Radio,
U.S. Election Coverage, Israel/Palestine Media Bias,
Serbian Media and the AOL-Timer Warner merger
http://www.mediachannel.org/news/hotstories

MediaChannel welcomes our new affiliates:
Etcetera * Capital Magazine * Nile Basin Society * Wild Duck Review
Mass Mitec Creative Collaborative Communications
http://www.mediachannel.org/
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jobs*events*action alerts*services*equipment*programming & more

NEW POSTS INCLUDE:
*TV FILM: "The Merchants of Cool"—Media targets youth.
*EVENT: Conference on the UK Communications White Paper
*JOB: World Bank seeks Communications Advisor

FOR THESE AND MORE, VISIT
http://www.mediachannel.org/bulletinboards
http://www.mediachannel.org/market
*******************************************************
NEW! THE MEDIACHANNEL BOOK CORNER
Excerpts, reviews and interviews from some of the most exciting and
provocative books and writers on media. From Pierre Bourdieu to
Gareth Branwyn, Galeano, Newkirk, Schiller and more. Purchases help
support MediaChannel through our partnership with Powell's Books.
http://www.mediachannel.org/bookcorner
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MEDIACHANNEL SEEKS INTERNS!
MediaChannel is seeking interns with a background in media studies,
media activism, or with Web publishing, programming, and multimedia
skills.
Contact catherine {AT} mediachannel.org
*******************************************************
THE JOURNALISTS' TOOLKIT
http://www.mediachannel.org/getinvolved/journo
THE ESSENTIAL BOOKMARK FOR ANY JOURNALIST
Research tools, interview tips, Web writing guides and more!
http://www.mediachannel.org/getinvolved/journo

WEBMASTERS: YOU CAN ADD THIS ICON:
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MediaChannel is a not-for-profit project of OneWorld and The Global
Center, and is produced by Globalvision New Media.

MediaChannel.org (http://www.mediachannel.org) is the first Web
portal dedicated to international media issues, and the premiere Internet
source for analysis and information about the media. Driven by content
from a network of more than 590 international media
organizations and contributors.

MediaChannel explores areas such as freedom of expression, citizen
access to media, trends in media ownership, media arts and the
intersection of media and politics.

Support for MediaChannel.org has come from the Rockefeller Foundation,
The Open Society Institute, the Arca Foundation, the Reebok Human
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Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2001 08:56:59 +1100
From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
Subject: yale conference on grassroots internet use

 From: Rich Cowan [mailto:rich {AT} organizenow.net]
 Sent: Friday, February 09, 2001 1:12 PM
 Subject: Conference: Grassroots Use of the Internet (3/10/01, Yale Univ.)

Progressive activists:

 I want to let you all know about a conference you may be
 interested in attending in just over a month's time. This
 is the Organizers' Collaborative "annual meeting" on
 "Grassroots Use of the Internet."

 The event will be held on Saturday, March 10 at Yale Law School.
 Last year attendees said they enjoyed the rare opportunity to
 discuss issues of using technology to advance social justice in
 a "live" setting. See www.organizenow.net for information on
 last year's event.

 You still have over 4 weeks to make arrangements to attend this
 year's conference. The agenda is taking shape and we will have
 Louis Posner of VoterMarch.org, and Dirk Slater of the circuit
 riders network, among the many speakers and workshop presenters.
 We expect presenters with experience not only with voting
 rights but also with student organizing, anti-toxics
 organizing, reproductive rights, g/l/b/t organizers, anti-
 globalization, and several other issue areas.

 SPACES MUST BE RESERVED for attendance. 22 people have reserved
 so far. All you need to do to reserve a space is to send us
 an email. All the details are included below.

 I want to personally thank the conference volunteers, Brit
 Eckhart, Nathan Newman, Kevin Keenan, who are making this event
 possible, as well as our flyer designer, Randy Divinski!

 -rich cowan, for the conference committee

 p.s If your organization would like to be listed as a co-sponsor
 please let us know (for foundations and larger nonprofits, we
 ask for donations of $50 to $100 to defray conference costs).

 p.p.s. your responses (11 so far) on tax cuts will be digested
 and summarized tomorrow!

 -------------------------------------------------------------------

 You are invited to the second annual all-day meeting on:

 G R A S S R O O T S U S E O F T H E I N T E R N E T
 Sterling Law Building, Yale Univ, New Haven, CT
 Saturday, March 10, 2001 * 9:30 am-6:00 pm

 Featuring: Networkers for Social Change
 Community Organizers Using Technology
 Nonprofit Technology "Circuit Riders"
 Free-Software Activists

 Program includes Speakers and Workshops on:

 - Using the Internet for voter rights organizing.
 - Technology planning for nonprofit organizations.
 - Facilitating collaboration through shared databases
 - Appropriate use of technology for empowerment and engagement in
 low-income communities
 - Coordinating local actions over the Internet
 - Tips for developing your grassroots organization's website.

 Questions for participants to grapple with:
 How can we use the Internet to strengthen coalition and movement-
 building?
 How can we make technology usable and affordable to overcome the
 "digital divide?"
 How can we effectively use the Internet in our organizing without
 getting drowned in a flood of "too many messages?"

 Space limited to 125 participants. $10-15 sliding scale donation/
 $5 student or unemployed. Please register by March 1 to ensure
 admission and receive a full program. To register, send an email
 to conference {AT} organizenow.net
 (include name, address, and email adress) or call 617-596-4957.
 Our fax number (8am-6pm M-F only) is 617-628-8735.

 Hosted by: Organizers' Collaborative and the Yale Workers' Rights
 Project, Yale Campaign for a Legal Election

 DIRECTIONS TO THE CONFERENCE SITE:

 TO YALE BY PLANE: Yale is 4 miles from New Haven airport and 52
 miles from Bradley Field International Airport (city?).

 BY TRAIN: There is inexpensive train service from NYC Grand Central
 Station. Fare and schedules: http://www.mta.nyc.ny.us/mnr/index.html

 BY CAR: Take Exit 3 (Trumbull Street) off I-91 (near the junction
 of I-91 and I-95). Continue to the end of Trumbull Street (the
 fourth traffic light) and turn left onto Prospect St. Turn right
 at Grove St (one block). The Sterling Law building is just one
 block ahead on your left (the entrance is on the side facing away
 from Grove St):

 A CAMPUS MAP showing the law school is located at
 http://www.yale.edu/yaleinfo/maps/3.html

 HOUSING OPTIONS

 Hotel within walking distance:
 Holiday Inn
 30 Whalley Ave
 New Haven,CT 06511
 203/777-6221

 Less expensive, 1.8 miles from the conference:
 Grand Chalet New Haven
 400 Sargent Dr.
 New Haven,CT 06511
 203/562-1111

 For inexpensive housing with Yale students or area activists,
 please contact us 1 week in advance; there will be a $10 fee
 per night.

 *************** Agenda Overview ******************

 9:00 - 9:30 Breakfast and Registration (Yale Volunteers)
 9:30 - 10:45 Morning Speakers and Q&A
 10:45 - 11:05 ICEBREAKER
 11:15 - 12:30 WORKSHOPS I
 12:30 - 1:30 Lunch, $5. $3 lunch tickets available w/low income
 registration.
 1:30 - 3:00 Activist case studies, Q&A
 3:15 - 4:30 WORKSHOPS II
 4:45 - 6:00 CLOSING PLENARY:
 Workshop followup announcements
 Conference Evaluation
 OC Membership Meeting

 Organizers' Collaborative PO Box 400897, Cambridge MA 02140
 org-c {AT} organizenow.net www.organizenow.net

 Organizers' Collaborative PO Box 400897, Cambridge MA 02140
 org-c {AT} organizenow.net www.organizenow.net

 


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Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2001 01:38:50 GMT
From: "ben moretti" <bmoretti {AT} chariot.net.au>
Subject: RECLAIM THE STREETS ADELAIDE 

[For those in South Australia. Please forward where appropriate. b]

RECLAIM THE STREETS ADELAIDE is on again. 

31 March  {AT}  12pm. 

Gather in Victoria Square before parading to our secret site, for a day of fun,
funk and protest. A plethora of bands, djs and other performers, alternative
energy, permaculture, skaters, cyclists and much much more. 

http://freespeech.org/rtsadelaide





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ben moretti 
mailto:bmoretti {AT} chariot.net.au
http://www.chariot.net.au/~bmoretti

news and events in adelaide: 
http://www.active.org.au/adelaide

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Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2001 23:24:04 -0500
From: "George(s) Lessard" <media {AT} web.net>
Subject: Media Art SUBMISSIONS NOTICE

Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2001
From: Ed Video <edvideo {AT} albedo.net>
Subject: Submission notice

Media Art SUBMISSIONS NOTICE


Ed Video Media Arts Centre is seeking submissions by independent curators
and established media artists for the upcoming Programming season of
September 2001 - September 2002. Submissions deadline is March 31th 2001.
All submissions will be considered by the Programming Committee and notice
will be given by April 30th.

Work may include audio installation and broadcast, video and film
presentations, new media installation and  webcast, video installation and
performance. The work must be Canadian.  Installations are presented for
two weeks, screenings and presentations are 1 - 3 hours long.

Please include: A letter of intent, a description of the exhibition's
theme or of the produced work to be screened/presented, any names of
planned artists or works to present, a short biography, a Curriculum Vitae
or list of personal productions if appropriate, and appropriate support
material.

Curators/artists are required to present a critical statement in writing
for the presentation and/or an introductory talk. A budget is not
necessary. The Programmer assists curators and artists with their
presentations. Standard fees are paid.

Attention Programming Committee, Ed Video Media Arts Centre, PO Box 1629,
16A Wyndham St. N., Guelph, ON N1H 6R7. For more information contact Mary
Cross, Artistic Director for Ed Video Media Arts Centre (519) 836-9811,
edvideo {AT} albedo.net _____________________


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George Lessard, living  {AT}  61.10N 94.05W
Member, ICANN  {AT} Large Member # 375469
Comments should be sent to mediamentor_no_spam_ {AT} cyberdude.com
MSN Messanger address lessard99_no_spam_ {AT} hotmail.com
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"Only those who will risk going too far can possibly
find out how far one can go." T.S. Eliot... 
"If you think you are too small to make a difference, 
try sleeping in a closed room with a mosquito..." African Proverb
ICQ # 8501081 
Moderator Creative-Radio http://www.eGroups.com/list/creative-radio
MediaMentor Weblog http://www.eGroups.com/list/mediamentor
Homepages http://media002.tripod.com
Caveat Lector, Disclaimers & (c) info http://members.tripod.com/~media002/disclaimer.htm

Semi-random signature quotes follow:
Sex is dirty only when it's done right.
 -- Woody Allen


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Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2001 23:24:03 -0500
From: "George(s) Lessard" <media {AT} web.net>
Subject: WEB DISSEMMINATION PROJECT Message from Canada Council

_______________

Date: Sun, 03 Jan 1904
Subject: Message from Canada Council
From: "Peter Sandmark" <ifva {AT} CAM.ORG>

Dear IFVA members

I am enclosing below a message from David Poole about a web dissemination
research project that Council is doing.  Please read it and respond to
their questionnaire.


Peter Sandmark
National Director
Independent Film & Video Alliance
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January 31, 2001


Re: WEB DISSEMMINATION PROJECT

Dear  Colleagues,

The Board of Directors of the Canada Council is funding the Media Arts
Section to organize a project to consolidate and support the efforts of
Canadian media artists, in order to ensure that they have an informed,
active presence in Web dissemination.

The potential for creation and distribution of media artwork over the Web
is enormous but there is a narrow window of opportunity within which to
carve a meaningful presence for artists. In the United States, the
National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture (Namac) estimates that within
three years "audience expectations regarding ... interactive media, and
the infrastructure designed to deliver it, will become resistant to
alternative structures and experiences."

The Media Arts Section is interested in the dissemination of work that was
not originally produced for the Web (videotapes and film, audio works) and
work that only exists in the Web environment (Web movies, webcasts, work
with hypertext links).

The project plans to:

1. Study: consolidate information regarding current practices, challenges
and opportunities, enrich it with international research and test it with
government and private sector partners. 2. Discuss and develop: bring
together members of the community and key partners in a working group to
develop a work plan. 3. Present a proposal for funding web dissemination
projects to the Board of the Canada Council (June 2001) 4. Fund
prototypes: subject to additional funding, organizations will be invited
to apply for funds to build and test dissemination prototypes. 5. Inform:
set up a website to post the research, to invite commentary and feedback
from the community and to follow the development of the prototypes.

Katherine Watson, an Ottawa-based researcher and producer, has been hired
to co-ordinate the project. We have also hired Katarina Soukup of Montréal
to undertake the basic research phase of the project. Katherine has
prepared the attached set of survey questions that we are asking you to
complete and return it me at the Council (...) as soon as possible. If you
have questions about the  project or the survey, please contact me at
1-800-263-5588, extension 5250 or by e-mail at
david.poole {AT} canadacouncil.ca or contact Katherine directly at
613.233.7523, fax 613.233.3069, watson-k {AT} home.com

We look forward to working with you on this exciting project and will
shape the project to reflect the needs that you identify in the survey.

Sincerely,

David Poole
Head, Media Arts Section
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ELECTRONIC DISSEMINATION QUESTIONNAIRE

For: Canadian and international distributors of: film, video and web-based
work. Re:  Web streaming activities and initiatives

PART 1   IDENTIFICATION

1. Who do you represent? What is your constituency? How do you
identify/select artists? How large is your membership?
2. What is your structure? (ie artist run center, not for profit,
commercial) 3. What is the reach of your distribution? Can you define your
audience?

PART 2  CURRENT STREAMING ACTIVITIES

1. What type of work is being digitized now and what are the technical
considerations? 2. Are you currently streaming work?

PART 3  IMMEDIATE PLANS

1. What are your immediate plans for streaming? What type of work?
2. What are your priorities?
3. What is your timeline?

PART 4   BARRIERS/CHALLENGES/GAPS

1. What are your biggest challenges to meeting both short and long term
plans for streaming work? (technical? copyright? e-commerce etc.) 2. What
resources would you need? What role could the Canada Council play? 3. Any
other issues?


============================================

:-) Message ends, Signature begins (-:
George Lessard, living  {AT}  61.10N 94.05W
Member, ICANN  {AT} Large Member # 375469
Comments should be sent to mediamentor_no_spam_ {AT} cyberdude.com
MSN Messanger address lessard99_no_spam_ {AT} hotmail.com
[Remove _no_spam_ from addresses to e-mail]
"Only those who will risk going too far can possibly
find out how far one can go." T.S. Eliot... 
"If you think you are too small to make a difference, 
try sleeping in a closed room with a mosquito..." African Proverb
ICQ # 8501081 
Moderator Creative-Radio http://www.eGroups.com/list/creative-radio
MediaMentor Weblog http://www.eGroups.com/list/mediamentor
Homepages http://media002.tripod.com
Caveat Lector, Disclaimers & (c) info http://members.tripod.com/~media002/disclaimer.htm

Semi-random signature quotes follow:
 Every man's work, whether it be literature or
pictures or architecture or anything else,
is always a a portrait of himself.
- -- Samuel Butler


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Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2001 10:06:30 +0200
From: "Apostolos Grigoropoulos" <agrigo {AT} pan.gr>
Subject: Mark Amerika interview 



The publisher of Alt-x, the creator of GRAMMATRON project talks to cyberculture e-zine .netculture about the hypertext, the future of publishing, the cyberculture thought.
http://www.netculture.gr/eng/markamerika.asp






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Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2001 16:49:00 +0100
From: "nicolas maleve" <forum {AT} kfda.be>
Subject: Chico Salvak:a documentary film on the web 



Brussels, 15th of february 2001 

KunstenFESTIVALdesArts presents a documentary film on the web : www.kunstenfestivaldesarts.be/chicosalvak 

Chico Salvak 

Chico Salvak has been edited in May 2000 by Marilyn Watelet and Simon Zaleski.

This documentary film is based on interviews of artists and intellectual from foreign communities living in Europe. Those interviews were made separetely from 1998 to 1999 during the event D'ici et de là-bas, organized by the KunstenFESTIVALdesArts and Dito'Dito. Marilyn Watelet and Simon Zaleski made them dialog on the screen, linking the different stories through recurring themes, like exile, work, immigration,.

Today these stories take a new life on the web: www.kunstenfestivaldesarts.be/chicosalvak

It is also the first documentary produced for the web by the KunstenFestival des Arts.

Interviews of: Emerald Beryl (poet, 1964, Maroko / Amsterdam), José Besprosvany (choreographer, 1959, Mexico City / Brussels), Marjorie Boston (actress, 1964, Surinam / Amsterdam), David Bovée (musician, Antwerp/ nomad), Malek Chebel (psychoanalyst, 1953, Algeria / Paris), Mohamed El Baroudi (litterature teacher, 1935, Casablanca / Brussels), Ghalia Ben Ali (singer, 1968, Tunis / Brussels), Leila Houari (writer, 1958, Casablanca / Brussels / Paris), Pie Tshibanda (psychologist & author, 1951, Congo / Belgium), Shanglie Zhou (visual artist, 1958, Shangai / Antwerp). 

Chico Salvak, a production of Brussel/Bruxelles 2000 and KunstenFESTIVALdesArts, is based on interviews made during the event D'ici et de là-bas in 1998 en 1999 by Dito'Dito and KunstenFESTIVALdesArts, in collaboration with Transquinquennal. 

Sophie Van Stratum et Isabelle Vander Donckt 

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KunstenFESTIVALdesArts, May 2001



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