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   Apparatus for browser&monitor                                                   
     computer fine arts <doron {AT} computerfinearts.com>                                 

     "Henry Lee" <dw {AT} dream-warriors.com>                                             

   netzspannung.org/journal/issue0 (english - deutsch)                             
     redaktion {AT} netzspannung.org                                                      

   [red]20010606 and space-time mapping                                            
     hidenori watanave <derin {AT} lovelink.co.jp>                                        

   artits proposal                                                                 
     Technologies To The People <tttp {AT} irational.org>                                 

   Medi {AT} terra 2001 / athens / Call for projects                                    
     "Dimos Dimitriou" <addfield {AT} ath.forthnet.gr>                                    

   Live EWMO au CND                                                                
     "ewmo" <ewmo {AT} technart.net>                                                      

   book announcement--Barrett                                                      
     Jud Wolfskill <wolfskil {AT} MIT.EDU>                                                

   Apparatus for browser&monitor                                                   
     computer fine arts <doron {AT} computerfinearts.com>                                 

   THE GREAT VIRTUAL SKYSCRAPER PROJECT                                            
     www {AT} trashconnection.com                                                         

   1000+1 Netzkunstprojekte / verybusy.org                                         
     mail {AT} spiv.de             

   post to nettime list                                                           
     lordjimpunk <lord {AT} jimpunk.com>                                                  

   |_ /\ |) (- |\|: back from riga - resturlaub                                    
     "LADEN" <LADEN {AT} lothringer13.de>                                                 

   software installation                                             
     aurora {AT} easynet.co.uk (Sarah Thompson)                                           

   Opening {AT} MIG Thursday >06.07.01 6-9/ A symposium {AT}  Engine 27: "Post media" >06.08.
     Michele <michele {AT} movingimagegallery.com>                                        

   Branding the Campus                                                             
     "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>                                                


Date: Tue, 05 Jun 2001 09:53:32 -0500
From: computer fine arts <doron {AT} computerfinearts.com>
Subject: Apparatus for browser&monitor

june 5, 2001
 quicktime streaming, fast connection recommended


Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2001 15:17:40
From: "Henry Lee" <dw {AT} dream-warriors.com>

Announcement of a new Internet Film Production

"K-Town Cowboyz" (www.k-towncowboys.com)

“K-Town Cowboys,” is a trilogy, each episode is 30 minutes each.  When all three are completed, it will be made into a 90 minute feature film.
	Episode 1: Hyung (Big Brother) – Action: The Brotherhood - Two main Characters Tae and Ed-K meet to form a brotherhood, which is put to the test by harsh elements of K-Town.
	Episode 2: Eur-ri (Honor) – Drama: The Trials and Tribulations of Tae and Ed-K's brotherhood.
	Episode 3: Sa-rang (Love) – Love Story: The Fulfillment of a Promise – Power and Money is not all for a man.  The ultimate gift is Love.

Purpose:          We want to share with the world the unique 1.5-generation (immigrated to America before the age of 10) Korean American's struggle in dealing with the bi-cultural dilemma and their 
fight to maintain their cultural heritage in this multiethnic City of Angels.

Furthermore, we want to represent the power and creativity of the 1.5-generation Korean Americans who are interested in expressing our perspective to the world through the medium of Film.

We are involved in all aspect of making this Film, from pre-production, production, post-production, and music scoring, to distribution.

“Not Koreans, Not  Americans,
we are the K-Town Cowboyz.”

Korean Americans in Korea-town, Los Angeles, have their own style, culture, and flair, unique to themselves.  It is this life style, which will be portrayed through the on-the-edge, hardcore, street 
character of Ed-K and contrasted by the strong, grounded,
traditional character of Tae.  It is the story of their relationship as they face the harsh realities and disappointments of living in K-Town.

Casting: We are currently looking for males and females between the ages of 18 and 30, who are interested in being involved with this project.
For any of the following positions: 	Female Lead, stunts, martial artists, male and female actors, production assistants, extras


Date: Tue, 5 Jun 2001 17:00:38 +0200
From: redaktion {AT} netzspannung.org
Subject: netzspannung.org/journal/issue0 (english - deutsch)

// die Netzspannung steigt

Welcome to the first edition of netzspannung.org/
journal, the magazine for media production and 
inter-media research. 

netzspannung.org/journal is an editorial module of
the netzspannung.org Internet platform, which goes
online in September 2001. netzspannung.org is a
project by MARS - Exploratory Media Lab (GMD) and 
was initiated by Monika Fleischmann and Wolfgang 

netzspannung.org/journal projects a map of media 
activity. Different formats for print and online are
created from a collection of texts and images which
evolve gradually to a digital knowledge landscape.

Telematically collaborative workspaces offer new
opportunities but also create new areas of conflict
in using electronic space. In this edition, we 
reflect on conditions for collaborative workspaces
and touch on related areas relevant to the set-up of
netzspannung.org. The contributions are grouped into
the following clusters: medialaboratories,
awareness, online archives, copyright and 
intellectual property, distributed systems, 
experimental media spaces, and cultural exchange in
the network.

netzspannung.org/journal editors
// Gabriele Blome / Andrea Helbach

You can find the English version of the e-journal at

- ----------------------------------------------------
netzspannung.org/journal - magazine for media 
production and inter-media research
Contact: redaktion {AT} netzspannung.org
Please subscribe at
- ----------------------------------------------------


// die Netzspannung steigt

Willkommen zur ersten Ausgabe von netzspannung.org/
journal - dem Magazin für mediale Inszenierung und
intermediale Forschung. 

netzspannung.org/journal ist ein redaktionelles
Modul der Internet-Plattform netzspannung.org, die
im September 2001 online geht. netzspannung.org ist
ein Projekt vom MARS - Exploratory Media Lab (GMD)
und wurde von Monika Fleischmann und Wolfgang
Strauss initiiert.

netzspannung.org/journal zeigt eine Landkarte des
medialen Geschehens. Aus einer Datenbasis werden
unterschiedliche Formate für Print- und Online
generiert, die sich sukzessive zu einer digitalen
Wissenslandschaft ausweiten. 

Telematisch kollaborative Arbeitsumgebungen bieten
neue Chancen, verweisen jedoch zugleich auch auf
neue Konfliktsituationen im Umgang mit dem
elektronischen Raum. Das Journal von
netzspannung.org reflektiert in dieser Ausgabe die
Bedingungen kollaborativer Arbeitsräume und berührt
jene verwandten Diskurse, die beim Aufbau von
netzspannung.org relevant sind. Die Beiträge sind
zusammengefasst in die folgenden Cluster:
Medienlabore, Awareness, Online-Archive, Copyright
und Intellectual Property, Verteilte Systeme,
Experimentelle Medienräume, und Kulturvermittlung
im vernetzten Raum.

Wir wünschen viel Anregung und Vergnügen beim Lesen!
Redaktion netzspannung.org/journal
// Gabriele Blome, Andrea Helbach

Die deutsche Version des e-Journals finden Sie unter

- ----------------------------------------------------
netzspannung.org/journal - Magazin für mediale
Inszenierung und intermediale Forschung
Kontakt: redaktion {AT} netzspannung.org
Registrieren Sie sich unter:
- ----------------------------------------------------


Date: Wed, 06 Jun 2001 11:55:32 +0900
From: hidenori watanave <derin {AT} lovelink.co.jp>
Subject: [red]20010606 and space-time mapping

Hello everyone,
I made the experimental works.

This work is made to transform the 3-dimensional map of Shibuya_TOKYO extremely.
This is project expressing the appearance which the world transforms by feeling.

one,[Harajuku space-time mapping/archiving workshop]
This is the common project of Hiroya Tanaka, my friend,and me.
(sorry japanese only)

The participants of a project (workshop) take a photograph of a town
with a digital camera, and submit for the map on the Internet.The map is
programmed so that it may be gradually distorted by the weight of the
contributed photograph.
We exhibit signs that the map changes gradually, on Quicktime movie.

please gimme a comment.:)

- -- 
++ hidenori watanave (26)
A) 3d-graffitist  {AT}  Lovelink
B) Kyoto Univ.of Art'n Design
C) Asagaya college of Art'n Design


Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2001 11:55:25 +0200
From: Technologies To The People <tttp {AT} irational.org>
Subject: artits proposal

Projects of Critical Participation and Social Interaction in the Public Spac=

IDENSITY becomes the thematic axis of a programme that gathers=20
projects, promotes participation and proposes debates in the field of=20
creation linked to the public space.

Community space, interaction, identity, communication, confrontation,=20
participation and conflict are elements that, connected to social and=20
cultural factors, which are characteristic of the place, become=20
active instruments to project and actively participate in the public=20

These activities are developed between two urban areas with different=20
characteristics: a population of three thousand inhabitants in an=20
industrial and rural context, namely Calaf, and another of three=20
million inhabitants in an urban context with more complex=20
characteristics, that is, Barcelona.

Taking these two specific contexts a field for projects to happen is=20
proposed and open to experimentation. It is also addressed to=20
creators who develop their work by means of representation or action=20
in urban contexts, working directly in the field of the human=20
interaction which is normally found to the public space. The working=20
process is stressed through the project, participation and debate.

IDENTITY           DENSITY         SITE           COMMUNITY

Antecedents of the Project IDENSITY.CALAF/BARCELONA 01-02.

IDENSITY.CALAF/BARCELONA 01-02 maintains the sense and the spirit of=20
Calaf Public Art 1999-2000, gathering a number of people involved in=20
creative practices related to the public space, either through=20
activities of participation and theorisation, or through an open and=20
critical debate.

In this new stage of the project the aim is to reaffirm the goals met=20
in the former convocation and start a renewal in order to widen its=20
own horizon. This renewal implies the consolidation of the theoretic=20
potential generated in all the activities, the expansion of the=20
connection with other cities that organise activities in the field of=20
creation and contemporary art, and also establishing ties with=20
education and teaching: artists' collectives, schedules, schools and=20
faculties, either of art, architecture or design.

IDENSITY. CALAF/BARCELONA 01-02 is a project that has a=20
multidisciplinary character focused on new areas of activity in the=20
public space. It is based on open working processes, participation,=20
questioning and debate. The different interrelated stages that=20
constitute this programme are:
- -Public call of projects from other contexts (2001).
- -Carrying out the projects in the contexts of Calaf and Barcelona (2001).
- -Exhibition of the work in progress (2001-2002).
- -Debates. (2002)
- -Publication.(2002)

Activities Promoted by IDENSITAT.CALAF/BARCELONA 01-02.

Public Call to Artists Who Relate their Activity to the Public Space

This is a public and open call addressed to artists who have made=20
projects and developed activities or performed in different=20
contextual areas of the public space. Working processes which are=20
open and applied to other social and cultural areas will also be=20

Stressing the Working Process and Investigation

A selection committee chooses the artists who will participate and=20
who will carry out a stay in Calaf and Barcelona with the aim of=20
making a project related to both specific contexts. In this sense,=20
the people or the working teams who would like to participate in this=20
programme must explain which are the basic lines of activity=20
developed in both contexts.

Giving Support to the Production of Contemporary Creation.

Three of the proposed projects will be selected and funded so they=20
can be carried out. There is a period of approximately a year to make=20
the proposal. These projects will be publicly presented in the year=20
2002, together with a programme of debates.

Stimulating Debate and Communication

 A series of artists and theorists, who develop their work in a=20
hybrid area, are invited to expose their positions and ideas in order=20
to establish a theoretical point of discussion.

Enacting a Divulgating and Pedagogical Function

 An itinerant exhibition and a publication comprising the projects=20
developed are the elements that makethe explanation of this programme=20
in other places possible. Other parallel activities can be developed=20
by means of itinerancy.

Terms of the Call.

The participation in IDENSITY. CALAF / BARCELONA 01-02 is open and it=20
has a multidisciplinary character. It is addressed to artists who=20
work in the field of public space. It is possible to participate with=20
finished works or with projects. These must have focused their=20
investigation on specific contexts and must formulate proposals of=20
critical participation and social interaction in the public space.

In order to make the work comprehensible it is necessary to attach=20
all the information that is deemed suitable, as well as the=20
references to the context.

It is mandatory to outline the guidelines which the project will be=20
based upon, just in case it is selected. To elaborate them the=20
following instructions must be taken into account:

- - The proposals must follow the general guidelines detailed in this=20
set of terms.
- - The projects may refer to specific aspects of Calaf and Barcelona,=20
and to common or contrasting elements of both places.
- - In Calaf a workshop that involves a sector of its population=20
(associations, groups, collectives, students, among others) must be=20
held, in such a way that the social fabric of the town is involved in=20
the working process.

The final project will be written out after a stay in both places.

The selection committee of this call will be constituted by:

Manuel Delgado: Anthropologist and professor of urban anthropology in=20
the University of Barcelona.
Nuria Enguita: Exhibition manager in the Antoni T=E0pies Foundation of Barce=
Antoni Muntadas: Artist.
Ramon Parramon: Artist, professor and director of IDENSITY. CALAF /=20

Realisation of the Projects in the Context of Calaf and Barcelona.

Seven authors (or working teams) will be selected among all those who=20
have presented a work in order to develop a specific project in the=20
context of Calaf and Barcelona. The seven chosen artists or teams=20
will be able to realise their proposal in the period comprised=20
between the 3rd and the 16th of September 2001. The stay will be=20
split in two weeks, one spent in Calaf and another in Barcelona.

This stay may be considered as a field work that will last fifteen=20
days, so that during this period the participants can concentrate all=20
their efforts in the making of their own projects. Therefore, there=20
will be the possibility to work on ideas related to the specific=20
contexts of Calaf and Barcelona. Afterwards, three out of these seven=20
projects will be selected for a later materialisation, construction=20
and realisation of the workshop.

In Calaf, the Town Council will facilitate the basic materials and=20
the required information for these three selected participants to=20
elaborate their own specific projects. In Barcelona, the Centre of=20
Contemporary Culture of Barcelona and Hangar will allow access to a=20
working place and to some of their facilities: computers, video=20
edition and working areas, among others.

In Barcelona, the working area does not need to be restricted to a=20
specific zone, although the selection of areas where agglutinative=20
processes of the urban fabric take place will be considered. There=20
will be free access to the Documentation Centre of the Centre of=20
Contemporary Culture of Barcelona, so that any information needed=20
while outlining the project may be obtained.

=46ood and lodging expenses for the three final participants will be=20
covered by the organisation. They will also have access to a working=20
place, to basic equipment and to any required information needed to=20
write out the project.

If a collective presents the project, the organisation will cover the=20
food and lodging costs of only two members of the group.

Exhibition of the Process

Apart from this stay in Calaf and Barcelona (September 2001),=20
simultaneously, some activities will be realised centred in allowing=20
communication between participants and groups who take part in and=20
develop the social processes affecting the city itself. Through this=20
mechanism, the formal device that becomes the exhibition will be=20
constructed. This exhibition will be itinerant throughout the year=20

The exhibition of all this process will have a documentary and an=20
audio-visual character (slides, photographs, videos, CD-ROM, etc).


Three out of the seven specific projects realised in the context of=20
Calaf and Barcelona will be selected and publicly presented=20
afterwards by mid 2002.
These projects will be funded with 5000 euros each as payment for=20
wages and material expenses.

The selected projects will appear in different forms: an exhibition,=20
a publication in paper and an electronic one in the IDENSITY website.=20
The exhibition will be held in Barcelona, Calaf and Madrid. It will=20
also be part of the Itinerant Exhibition Programme of the Artistic=20
Diffusion Bureau belonging to the Cultural Area of the Diputaci=F3 of=20

Submission of the Proposals

- - Submit a dossier (photographs, slides, videos, magnetic medium or=20
other means of reproduction) showing other projects or works already=20
- - Attach a written document defining the basic guidelines adapted to=20
the characteristics of this call.
- - Include a curriculum and a photocopy of each participant's identity=20
card or passport.

The projects should be sent from the 1st April to the 30th June of 2001 to:

Calaf Art Public
Pla=E7a Gran, 2
E-08280 Calaf

Phone number: 93 869 85 12
=46ax: 93 868 04 62
(Consultation timetable: Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 9 AM to 1 PM)

Or through the following electronic address: idensitat {AT} cccb.org

The mailing and collection of the projects will be the sole=20
responsibility of the participants. It will be possible to collect=20
the unwanted projects from the 1st of September to the 1st of October=20

Regarding the Ownership of the Works

- - The selected works and the related projects will remain their=20
authors' property. Their reproduction will be allowed to appear in a=20
published form and/or to be distributed through the Internet (during=20
a period of two years after the date of its publication), and also in=20
all those instances related to the promotion of the IDENSITY. CALAF /=20
BARCELONA 01-02 event.
- - The association Calaf Public art and the Town Council of Calaf will=20
include in all their documentary files and public archive all the=20
documentation generated by the IDENSITY. CALAF / BARCELONA 01-02=20

The participation in this call implies the acceptance of its terms.


Organised by:
Associaci=F3 Calaf Art P=FAblic

With special support:
Ayuntamiento de Calaf
Centre de Cultura Contempor=E0nia de Barcelona
Ajuntament de Barcelona. Institut de Cultura

Diputaci=F3 de Barcelona
Generalitat de Catalunya. Departament de Cultura.
Hangar. Centre de Producci=F3 d'Arts Visuals i Multim=E8dia
INJUVE. Ministerio de Trabajo y Asuntos Sociales

General Guidelines

Projects of critical participation and social interaction in the public spac=

The creation that is developed in a hybrid territory: a place of=20
contagion with other fields of knowledge.

Creation linked to other fields: anthropology, urbanism, history,=20
sociology, pedagogy, and contact with specific cultural communities.=20
In short, creative works approached from a perspective based on=20
multidisciplinary roots.

Creation as a working process linked to a place or to a specific=20
context and proposing mechanisms of involvement in the social field.

Creation as an activity in process able to transform either space,=20
the relationship with the place and memory.

Interference with social and cultural contexts. Works that act as an=20
entrance into specific aspects of the cultural context, so that=20
particular fragments may be analysed, debated, questioned and/or=20

Critical analysis of the social and contextual realities to which the=20
work refers to.  Alignments and alternative proposals opposed to=20
consensual approaches.

A creative practice that establishes a communication with individuals=20
or social areas traditionally kept away from the artistic channels.

Propose new strategies and new means of presentation in order to=20
reach new audiences. Works that simultaneously use several=20
technologies and final formalisations: actions in the urban public=20
space, works for television channels or in the web, etc.

The creative practice that proposes a working methodology based on=20
investigation and a discourse that is coherent with this=20

Approach the working process as a creative practice that requires an=20
analysis of the situation and a later speculative proposal. A=20
previous field of work and a proposal determined by this=20


IDENSITY. CALAF / BARCELONA 01-02 is a public call organised by:
Calaf Public Art Association

With special support from:
Town Council of Calaf
Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona. CCCB
Diputaci=F3 de Barcelona (provincial government)

With the support of:
Generalitat de Catalunya (Catalan autonomous government). Department=20
of Culture,
Ministry of Education and Culture. General Direction of Fine Arts and=20
Cultural Patrimony

With the collaboration of:
Hangar, Centre of Production of Visual Arts and Multimedia
INJUVE, Ministry of Work and Social Affairs


Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2001 18:02:00 +0300
From: "Dimos Dimitriou" <addfield {AT} ath.forthnet.gr>
Subject: Medi {AT} terra 2001 / athens / Call for projects

Medi {AT} terra 2001

International Art and Technology Festival

De-Globalizing / Re-Globalizing Culture

14 September - 15 October 2001

Lavrion-Athens >> Sofia - Plovdiv >> Maribor >> Frankfurt

call: http://www.mediaterra.org/mediaterra2001/files/calleng.html
entry form: http://www.mediaterra.org/mediaterra2001/files/form.html

The Medi {AT} terra Festival is among the cultural events which are organised in
the context of the Olympic Games of 2004 in Athens.


The annual Medi {AT} terra Festival is changing form. Under the title
De-Globalizing / Re-Globalizing, the Festival is travelling from the South
to the North in the form of a microMuseum.

Medi {AT} terra, having developed an intense activity around the questions posed
by digital culture, has been included among the events which are organised
on the opportunity of the Olympic Games of 2004 in Athens. Its inclusion in
the Cultural Olympiad for the years 2001 - 2004 has recently been announced.

Medi {AT} terra supports and puts into practice the view of a continuously
evolving festival, both in terms of its form and ideas. As such, it invites
all those with an interest in research and experimentation around the new
conditions that are now being shaped to take part in its new effort: a
moving Festival that will start off from Greece, travel through the Balkans
and end up in Germany.
This movement will be made through a microMuseum: a small, adaptable
structure which, making use of new technology, can contain a large number of
works of art, views, proposals and presentations, as well as systems and
friendly areas for communication and meetings. The works that will travel
with the microMuseum are ones which experiment with the new platforms for
the production and exhibition of the modern art work through different
creative media. The microMuseum is based on the logic of the kiosk that one
finds mainly in Greece (peripteron), with a reference at the same time to
the concept of the 'small museum,' an idea which began in the 16th century
and continues among today's artists.

In each host city, the events of Medi {AT} terra will be set up within and around
the microMuseum: CD-ROM art, net art, computer art, digital photography,
interactive objects and "hand luggage-sized" installations, sound
environments and electronic music, screenings, an archive with printed
matter, texts in digital form, audio-visual propositions and presentations
as well as cultural events organised by the artists and art centres of each
city. A debate on the subject of the other side of globalisation will round
off the activities of the Festival.

An art centre in each city-stop will undertake the setting up and
realisation of the microMuseum in collaboration with its various associates,
and will participate as a co-organiser in the preparations and making of
decisions. In addition, each centre will be able to take part in
Medi {AT} terra's journey as a member of the "Observing Cities' Net" via the
Internet. Through the Internet it will be possible to follow the path of the
microMuseum and participate in its events from a distance, from every point
on the globe. The "Observing Cities' Net" is initiated by the network of
centres which co-organise the festival, while all the members of the network
can observe, guide, disseminate information and participate with work and
activities in the unfolding events of the journey.

The microMuseum will start from the city of Lavrion, famous from the
antiquity for its silver-mines that have supported the Hellenic Democracy of
the Golden Age, whilst in the 19th century the first industrial unit was
created there. Today, this unit has been turned into a technological park
and the Municipality is participating in a programme for the "smart city."

Medi {AT} terra will continue its journey through the cities of Sofia & Plovdiv
(Bulgaria), Maribor (Slovenia), ending up at the International Book Fair in
Frankfurt where the honoured country this year is Greece. Here, the
microMuseum will present, along with all the things experienced on the
journey, material with information (videos, photographs, texts, etc.) which
artists will have produced throughout the duration of the journey.

Important Dates

Submission of:

Material for the ARCHIVE & E-BOOKs
20 July

31 June


Conditions of participation:

The work should be in mini DV or VHS format, PAL system

It can be in any language. English sub-titles essential.
Submission Deadline: 20/07/2001


Conditions of participation:

The work, when packed, should have maximum dimensions those of an item of
hand luggage so as to be transportable (61 x 25 x 41 cm)
It should be interactive
It should be packed in a wooden or metal case or container "hand
luggage-sized" (it should not require extra packing)
It should be technologically autonomous
It should be easy to set up by someone without specialised knowledge
It should weigh up to 20 kilos
It should be accompanied by guidelines for its use/exhibition
Submission Deadline for Proposal/Design: 31/06/2001

In the case that the proposal is selected, the work must be completed by 25
August 2001.


Submission Deadline: 20/07/2001


Conditions of participation:

The work should be in wav audio format (stereo, 44.1 kHz, 16bit) AND in mp3
format (96 or 128 kBits, 44.1 kHz, stereo), on CD-ROM
It should have a maximum duration of 8 minutes
It should have been created within the last two years
Submission Deadline: 20/07/2001


Conditions of Participation:

The work should have maximum dimensions 10 x 15 cm
It can be printed on all kinds of paper
It should be unframed
Submission Deadline: 20/07/2001

ARCHIVE of the microMuseum

- - This can include electronic books, proposals, biographies, portraits,
testimonies, etc. in digital, internet or printed form (video, CD-ROM,
internet, printed matter). The content can be: a message from the creator, a
presentation by an artist, a demo, a documentary or a proposal. More

- - The work should be in mini DV format
- - It should have a maximum duration of 5 minutes

- - The work should be PC compatible

- - The printed matter can be in any language, so long as it is accompanied by
a summary of the contents in English.

- - The texts must should be on one of the following themes: a) journey from
the South to the North, b) from the other side of globalization, c) from the
small to the large, d) from the single to the multiple
- - It can be scientific, literary, an essay, personal, a diary, thoughts,
suggestions, even a comic, in digital form
- - It should be forwarded in English
- - It can be from 500 to 10,000 words

- - The work should have a maximum duration of 8 minutes
- - It should be designed to function adequately if reproduced by the
multimedia hardware available on an average computer (medium sized desktop
stereo speakers and sound blaster class audio / mini card).

Submission Deadline: 20/07/2001


Fill in the Entry Form that you will find at www.mediaterra.org and send it
along with the material required for each category, as described above, to
the Fournos Centre for Art and New Technologies

by post: 168 Mavromichali Street, 114 72, Athens
by fax: +301 6470 069
by e-mail: info {AT} fournos-culture.gr
For more information, contact Daphne Dragona, In Charge of Communication and
Co-ordination of the Festival by telephone on +301 6460 748 or +301 6420 451
or Email daphne {AT} fournos-culture.gr

Medi {AT} terra 2001 International Art and Technology Festival
Is organized by:

Fournos Center for Art and New Technologies
Hellenic Ministry of Culture
Hellenic Cultural Heritage SA, Cultural Olympiad 2001 - 2004
Lavrion Municipal Development Enterprise
Is co-organized by:

ArtToday Foundation [Bulgaria]
Student Computer Art Society [Bulgaria]
Multimedia Lab KIBLA [Slovenia]
Intima Virtual Base [Slovenia]
European Media Art Festival [Germany]
CICV Pierre Schaeffer / next-movies [France]


Manthos Santorineos, Artistic Director of Medi {AT} terra & Director of Fournos
Dodo Santorineou, Co-Director of Fournos and Medi {AT} terra
Maria X, Co-Director of Fournos and Medi {AT} terra
Maria Roussou, Head of the Virtual Reality Department, Foundation of the
Hellenic World
Dimos Dimitriou, Artist
Dimitris Kamarotos, Composer-Musicologist
Zoe Kazazaki, Head of the International Organizations Department, Hellenic
Ministry of Culture
Maria Theodorou, Adviser of the Hellenic Cultural Heritage SA, Cultural
Olympiad 2001 - 2004
Andreas Nefeloudis, President of the Lavrion Municipal Development


Manthos Santorineos, Artistic Director of Medi {AT} terra & Director of Fournos
Maria X, Co-Director of Fournos and Medi {AT} terra
Maria Roussou, Head of the Virtual Reality Department, Foundation of the
Hellenic World
Dimos Dimitriou, Artist
Dimitris Kamarotos, Composer-Musicologist
Pierre Bongiovanni, Director of the CICV Pierre Schaeffer, France
Peter Tomaz Dobrila, Director of the KIBLA Multimedia Lab, Slovenia
Alfred Rotert, Co-Director of the European Media Art Festival of Osnabruck,
Dimitrina Sevova, Curator of the Communication Front Festival & Member of
the ArtToday Foundation, Bulgaria
Rosen Petkov, President of Student Computer Art Society & Director of the
ComputerSpace Festival, Bulgaria


Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2001 19:52:35 +0200
From: "ewmo" <ewmo {AT} technart.net>
Subject: Live EWMO au CND

- ----------------------------
LE 9 JUIN 2001 CND
- ----------------------------

carte blanche au TNT-
Centre National de la Danse -
9 Juin 2001 - 20h30
15, rue Geoffroy-l'Asnier
75004 Paris

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- ----------- Live minimal & film expérimental ewmo ----
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w i t h

Live minimal électronique bruitiste basé sur l'accumulation et le
Sons brisés, transformés, reconstruits.
*Références -> Fennesz, vague électronica, Jim O'Rourke, label Mego.

Univers live minimal dansable se structurant sur des bases rock.
Rythmiques, fréquences, mélodies.
*Références -> Schneider TM, Fennesz, Mouse on Mars

Mix électronic bruitiste proche de la musique contemporaine écrite.
Abstrait, minimal, ambiant.
*Références -> Pansonic, Oval, label Mego, Boulez, Despentes

Films séquentiels originaux ou détournés montés en systèmes complexes.
Corps, images, hasard.
*Références -> Tscherkassky, O'Neill, Drummond, Sharit

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http://www.technart.net/ewmo (interface à coller)

renseignements ewmo:

cécile 06 74 68 49 17
Edi 06 87 66 55 44

Information / réservation / vente
16, rue Geoffroy-l'Asnier
T 01 42 74 06 44
mcs {AT} cnd.fr

- ---

Studio CND
15, rue Geoffroy-l'Asnier
75004 Paris
Métro : Saint-Paul, Pont-Marie

EXTRA ORDINAIRE du 5 au 9 juin
Information / réservation / vente
16, rue Geoffroy-l'Asnier
T 01 42 74 06 44
mcs {AT} cnd.fr

Passe abonnés CND
50 F (7,62 euros), TR 40 F (6,10 euros)
Passe non-abonnés
70 F (10,67 euros), TR 60 F (9,15 euros)

Tarif réduit :
moins de 26 ans, demandeurs d'emploi, groupe 10 personnes

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

- - Ewmo est produit et Luna prod -
don't forget technart.net


Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2001 16:33:17 -0400
From: Jud Wolfskill <wolfskil {AT} MIT.EDU>
Subject: book announcement--Barrett

I thought readers of NetTime-L might be interested in this book.  For more
information please visit http://mitpress.mit.edu/promotions/books/BARJHS01

The MIT Guide to Teaching Web Site Design
Edward Barrett, Deborah A. Levinson, and Suzana Lisanti

Most books on Web design focus on the appearance of the finished product
and pay little attention to the ideas and processes involved in intelligent
interactive design. This book is based on the premise that the principles
that have defined good communication design in the past apply equally well
to the Web. The basic process is one of defining the purpose, audience, and
style appropriate to one's objectives. Another premise is that effective
Web site design is an inherently collaborative process requiring not only
technical skills but more traditional written and oral communication
skills. Hence, this book stresses a social, process-oriented approach both
to design and to classroom instruction.

The book covers all aspects of teaching Web design, from optimal class size
and classroom configuration to peer review of completed projects. It is
written in an accessible style and uses many examples from the Web design
course taught by the authors at MIT.

Edward Barrett is Senior Lecturer in the Program in Writing and Humanistic
Studies; Deborah A. Levinson is Electronic Publishing Consultant, Web
Communication Services; and Suzana Lisanti is Director, Web Publishing
Services, all at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

6 x 9, 123 pp., 36 illus., cloth ISBN 0-262-02500-0

Technical Communication, Multimedia, and Information Systems series
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Jud Wolfskill					617.253.2079 phone
Associate Publicist					617.253.1709 fax
MIT Press						wolfskil {AT} mit.edu
5 Cambridge Center					http://mitpress.mit.edu
Fourth Floor
Cambridge, MA  02142


Date: Wed, 06 Jun 2001 12:07:33 -0500
From: computer fine arts <doron {AT} computerfinearts.com>
Subject: Apparatus for browser&monitor

june 5, 2001
 quicktime streaming, fast connection recommended


Date: 6 Jun 2001 17:30:19 -0700
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Date: Thu, 07 Jun 2001 04:13:47 +0200
From: =?iso-8859-1?Q?=22Stephan_=28Spiv=29_Schr=F6der=22?= <mail {AT} spiv.de>
Subject: 1000+1 Netzkunstprojekte / verybusy.org

*** Netzkunstsuchmaschine seit 98 www.verybusy.org

Hallo Liste,

nach etwas weniger als 2 Jahren verzeichnet die autonome Suchmaschine für 
Netz und Medienkunst www.verybusy.org fast 1000 durch User eingetragene 
Netz/medienkunstr-Projekte (935) und eine immense Anzahl von Instutitionen, 
E-zines, Festivals etc.

Alle Listenneulinge möchte ich einladen, ihre Netzkunstprojekte bei 
www.verybusy.org kostenlos zu registrieren und Anbieter von "per Hand" 
gepfelgten Netzkunst Listen  zur kooperation bzw. Datenabgleich bitten.

Die verybusy.org Suchmaschine kann sehr einfach über:
- -- copy & paste ------------------------------8>< - - - -- -----
<form action="http://www.verybusy.org/cgi-bin/search.pl" name="Formular" 
SEARCH AT www.verybusy.org
<input type="text" name="searchkeys" size="20">
<input type="hidden" name="parameter" value="all">
<input type="hidden" name="target" value="_blank">
<input type="submit" name="Submit" value="go">&nbsp;
<input type="button" name="add" value="add project" 
onClick="document.location.href = 'http://www.verybusy.org/add_remote.htm'">
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direkt in eure Websites integriert werden. Geplant ist ausserdem die 
Suchmaschine demnächst mit einigen Neuerungen auf Version 4.0 zu trimmen. 
Der Einsender des 1000sten Netzkunstprojektes gewinnt Ausserdem einen 
Preis. (email kontakt erfoderlich)



Date: Wed, 06 Jun 2001 16:00:35 +0200
From: lordjimpunk <lord {AT} jimpunk.com>
Subject: post to nettime  list


can you post this for the nettime list


screen resolution of 1024 X 768
Flash Player
Netscape >= 4.04 or I.E. >= 4.01




Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2001 17:21:05 +0200
From: "LADEN" <LADEN {AT} lothringer13.de>
Subject: |_ /\ |) (- |\|: back from riga - resturlaub

program angels projects proudly present


Resturlaub - der etwas andere Reisebericht

auf der Terrasse des "Hotel President"
Sa, 09.Juni 2001, 20 Uhr

mit Hannes Gamper, Karl-Heinz Einberger, Valentin Goderbauer
und Rainer Haas (www.netzhal.de/riga)

Was geschah auf dem Hausboot der Kuenstlergruppe "noass"???
Kampf dem "Dilemma der Ortlosigkeit"! Hier! Jetzt! :-)
..:)++ Aufgrund unseres Aufrufes vor einem Monat meldete sich der
Finder der vermissten Polizistenbrille.
Nur: wie finden wir jetzt den Polizisten?
Wer kennt ihn? Braucht er die Brille bei dem Wetter ueberhaupt?
Sachdienliche Hinweise erneut an die Program Angels...:-)**++$$

...**++&&..und wie kann man beim Spiel FC-Bayern gegen Valencia vor der
Halbzeit einschlafen, noch dazu wenn man unweit der Leopoldstrasse
Eine Einrichtung des Kulturreferates der Landeshauptstadt Muenchen
Lothringerstr. 13
D - 81667 Muenchen
Tel/Fax: 089/ 45911905
LADEN {AT} lothringer13.de
Oeffnungszeiten Do - So 16 - 20 Uhr

We apologize for crosspostings - to subscribe/unsubscribe contact:
LADEN {AT} lothringer13.de


Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2001 21:11:31 -0400
From: aurora {AT} easynet.co.uk (Sarah Thompson)
Subject: software installation

"Software Installation"

A new article by Sarah Thompson on the announcement of the exhibition:
                        Absolute One
the surrounding net context and selected historical relations___

referencing: Volker Grassmuck, Concept for Wizards of OS (nettime 1998),
Eating Disorder: The Story of a Shape (Matthew Fuller/ C-Theory 1997 ), and
current related texts by  Aurora Fonda, Marina Grzinic, and Sarah Cook

published at:  http://www.content-type.org.uk


Date: Wed, 06 Jun 2001 17:20:09 -0700
From: Michele <michele {AT} movingimagegallery.com>
Subject: Opening {AT} MIG Thursday >06.07.01 6-9/ A symposium {AT}  Engine 27: "Post media" >06.08.01 7-9/ 21st Century Wildstyle 06.09.01  

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[ Thursday June 7 (6pm - 9pm) ]

Yael Kanarek  {AT} 
Moving Image Gallery
414 Broadway 3rd Floor
NY, NY 1001

World of Awe > Silicon Canyon

June 7, 2001-June 28, 2001
Gallery hours:
Mon, Tue & Fri 10:00-2:00
Wed & Thu: 10:00-2:00, 4:00-7:00

Artist reception: June 7, 2001 6:00-9:00

WOA > Silicon Canyon as a physical installation will included computer 
objects and a new series of digital "Sunset/Sunrise" renderings.

The exhibition focuses on one area in the Sunset/Sunrise called Silicon 
Canyon, which is a graveyard for old hardware and software from the silicon 
based computer chips era. In the Love Letter 87/9.3 the traveler wrote 
about Silicon Canyon:

"And if I wasn't sure I was alive, I would surely think I was in heaven."

World of Awe is an ongoing cross-media project since 1995. A fantastical 
environment that magnifies the formation of a personal world-view. Its 
landscape is the Sunset/Sunrise, a desert terrain trapped in the mind frame 
between night and day. Through this landscape, roams a traveler in search 
of a lost treasure, http://www.worldofawe.net.

Special thanks to: Harvestworks, Luis Perez, John Klima, Mike Saarf, Yoav 
Gal, Jim Ford and the Kernel.

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[ Friday June 8th (7 - 9pm) ]

A symposium: "Post media", the medium as a hero: using appropriation as an 
historical reference to create a evolving body of work.

Engine 27
173 Franklin St. (btw. Greenwich and Hudson)
Admission is free.

Michele Thursz introduces:

Post Media is a presentation exploring the use of various media and issues
pertaining to a collective of "new media" artists.

This presentation focuses on the artist as the medium and references the
inner process of the project juxtaposed the outer projection of
technology as a heroic medium.

In refocusing on the Artist and the integral use of appropriation, Post
Media demonstrates the exchange of global and theoretical
histories and the broadening of the vocabulary of the artist, and of the
artist's and viewer's perception of time, identity, and space.

// Presenters //

*8 bit construction Perry Mahone aka Cory Arcangel, Rick Stryker aka Paul 
Davis, Dyawn Delario aka Joseph
Bonn http://beigerecords.com/
*Natoarts Frank Ruy,and Miska Draskocy http://www.natoarts.com/
*World of Awe Yael Kanarek, , Luis Perez http://www.worldofawe.net
*DJ Spooky Paul D. Miller http://www.djspooky.com
*Soundlab Howard Goldkrand http://www.soundlab.org
*Mandiberg shop Michael Maniberg http://www.mandiberg.com

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[ Saturday June 9 (10pm - ) ]

Sound lab Cultural Alchemy / Madame Chao Production presents:

An evening of live arcade sounds and battles

553 Broadway $15 at door $12 presale (available at Kim's and Other Music)
353 Broadway Infomix: 212.726.1724

Live Cybercast http://wwwmotherbrain.org , http://www.soundlab.org


VJ : BLIP, Pan Optic, How2 Luke, Madame Choa and Fondue


Date: Thu, 7 Jun 2001 08:57:05 +1000
From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
Subject: Branding the Campus

From: "Kunstraum der Universität Lüneburg" <kunstraum {AT} uni-lueneburg.de>
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2001 1:49 AM


Herausgegeben von Beatrice von Bismarck, Diethelm Stoller, Astrid Wege, Ulf

Die Publikation erscheint in einer deutschen und einer englischen Version
144 Seiten s/w und Farbe
Richter Verlag Düsseldorf 2001
ISBN 3-933807-39-5

Branding the Campus is an extraordinary record of an equally extraordinary
art project by Christian Philipp Müller, and a valuable critical primer on
the history, aesthetics, and politics of university campus design. Through a
collaborative investigation involving students at University of Lüenberg,
the artist unpacks the complex philosophical and architectural heritage of
the campus form and outlines the profound social, economic, and political
pressures confronting its identity today. This is a must-have book for
anyone interested in the best of contemporary project-based art - smart and
beautiful. As such, others in the fields of architecture, urban studies,
cultural studies, and critical theory will all benefit from the book's
insights. --Miwon Kwon Assistant Professor of Art History University of
California Los Angeles

Christian Philipp Müllers exemplary project for the campus of the university
in Lüneburg happens at a moment where we see an increasing urgency and
necessity to think about non brand oriented exchange and interconnectedness
.As Indian economist Amaryta Sen points out there is a necessity for
"emipiral connections that link freedom of different kind," a mutually
beneficial exchange is what is to be triggered. Mueller's project shows a
necessity for collaboration between different models which enhances
differences and allows disparated conditions to emerge through exposure and
protection. Müller opposes multitude versus the homogenization of
universitarian branding. The way how he succeeds in constructing new
temporalities is evoking Toni Negri's and Michael Hardt's brilliant
interpretation of globalization where multitude "designates new spaces as
its journyes establish new residencies. Autonomous movement is what defines
the place proper to multitude."--Hans Ulrich Obrist, Kurator am Musée d'Art
Moderne de la Ville de Paris und Chefredakteur von Point d'Ironie.

Kunstraum der Universität Lüneburg

Künstlerisch-wissenschaftliche Projektleitung:
Beatrice von Bismarck, Diethelm Stoller, Ulf Wuggenig

Postanschrift: Kunstraum der Universität Lüneburg
D-21332 Lüneburg

Phon: +49.4131.78-1210
Phax: +49.4131.78-1246
Web: http://kunstraum.uni-lueneburg.de


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