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   [artimage05] 5th GRAZ BIENNIAL ON MEDIA AND ARCHITECTURE - cityscapes           
     layers <layers {AT} artimage.at>                                                     

    *candy factory  {AT}  Yokohama Triennial                                            
     KOGO <ga2750 {AT} i.bekkoame.ne.jp>                                                  

   announcement                                                                    
     sonya <rapop {AT} socrates.Berkeley.EDU>                                             

   telematic art show opening in atlanta                                           
     Axel Roselius <axelerator {AT} mac.com>                                              

   Hacktivist seminar                                                              
     "Paul Taylor" <p.a.taylor {AT} salford.ac.uk>(by way of richard barbrook)            

   DJ SPOOKY RECORD RELEASE PARTY - THIS FRIDAY...                                 
     "Paul D. Miller" <djspooky {AT} djspooky.com>                                        

   Fwd: tm.salon: Lev Manovich: The Language of New Media, 16.10.                  
     "transmediale" <info {AT} transmediale.de>                                           

   RE: P.S.1 Exhibitions and Programs                                              
     anthony huberman <anthony {AT} ps1.org>                                              

   forum newsletter 17. bis 20.10.01                                               
     FORUM STADTPARK <forum {AT} mur.at>                                                  

   report by the NY SCP                                                            
     SCP-New York <notbored {AT} panix.com>                                               

   MAAP MAIL                                                                       
     "MAAP" <info {AT} maap.org.au>                                                       

   ::contagion::Australian Media Art  {AT}  The Centenary of Federation, 2001           
     linda wallace <linda {AT} machinehunger.com.au>                                      

   Cin-o-matic:Memory and Cinematic Perception Friday, 19.oct.01, from 6-8pm       
     Michele Thursz <michele {AT} michelethursz.com>                                      

   DJ SPOOKY RECORD RELEASE PARTY - THIS FRIDAY...                                 
     "Paul D. Miller" <djspooky {AT} djspooky.com>                                        



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Date: Fri, 05 Oct 2001 21:17:03 +0200
From: layers <layers {AT} artimage.at>
Subject: [artimage05] 5th GRAZ BIENNIAL ON MEDIA AND ARCHITECTURE - cityscapes


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Cityscapes - A Conference as Process
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GET INVOLVED:    www.artimage.at/cityscapes

to what is at stake within contemporary urban debate
and become a respondent of 5th graz biennial on media and architecture.

The on-line debate will be held during October and culminates in the
summit in Graz from November 8th to 11th. Looking forward to interesting
discussions
and meet you in Graz.

Join the 3 forums of "Cityscapes - Imagineering the Urban Condition"

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Forum 1: Structural Changes and New Realities
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Andreas Ruby, architecture critic, Cologne, Hrvoje Njiric, architect,
Zagreb,
Klaus Ronneberger, urban critic, Frankfurt, Patrick Schuhmacher,
architect & philosopher,
Zaha Hadid Architects, London, Lars Lerup, Dean Rice School of
Architecture,
I. Schaber, artist / J. Stollmann, architect, Berlin, Nigel Thrift,
geographer, University
of Bristol, John Urry, Sociologist, Lancaster University

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Forum 2: Perspectives of Urban Design
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Christian Kühn, architect and architecture theorist, TU Vienna,
Christopher Charles Benninger, architect and urban planner, Pune,
Lydia Buchmüller, regional planner, Basel, CRIMSON, architectural
historians,
Rotterdam, Jorge Mario Jáuregui, architect and urban planner, Rio de
Janeiro,
Bernd Knaller-Vlay, CON:, architectural theorist, Vienna,
Wolf D. Prix, COOP HIMMELB(L)AU, architect and urban planner Vienna

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Forum 3: Imaginary Forces + Spatial Practices
- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Kai Vöckler, artist and theorist, Bauhaus Dessau Foundation, John Fiske,
cultural scholar
and communication theorist, Madison, Wisc., Susanne Hauser, cultural
scientist,
Humbold Universität, Berlin, Norman M. Klein, art theorist, California
Institute
of the Arts, L.A., Walter Prigge, sociologist and urbanist, Bauhaus
Dessau Foundation,
Georg Schöllhammer, SpringerIn, Vienna, Brett Steele, architect and
architecture theorist,
AA, London, Edward W. Soja, geographer and urbanist, University of
California, L.A.



In order to implement this process of discussion on the Net, the Belgian
architect team Lab[au]
specially designed for our virtual biennial plattform the Cityscapes
Interface.

_____________________________________________________________________
5th graz biennial on media and architecture November 7-11, 2001
_____________________________________________________________________

ARTIMAGE

Hallerschlossstrasse 21, A - 8010 Graz, Austria
fon: +43 316 356155, fax: +43 316 356156
http://www.artimage.at

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Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2001 03:59:38 +0900
From: KOGO <ga2750 {AT} i.bekkoame.ne.jp>
Subject:  *candy factory  {AT}  Yokohama Triennial 



12th October
Re:move/ *candy factory  {AT}  Yokohama Triennial


Nunotani Building
Takuji Kogo + Mike Bode

" The land mass of Japan is located on top of the point of collision between
the western Pacific continental plate and the Pacific oceanic plate.
Friction from the subterranean movement of these two plates into each other
has, over millions of years, created the island of Japan through volcanic
activity below the ocean surface. Today this activity continues and from the
tectonics of plate movement produce earthquake activity. Surface waves which
move through the striated landscape in and around Tokyo periodically
compress and expand the continious plate structure of the Edogawa district.
Thus within this zone the Nunotani building is seen as a metaphoric record
of the continious waves of movement as the plates overlap.

Simultaneous to this analogue, over project represents an attempt to rethink
the symbolism of the vertical office building. Traditionally the vertical
building had two metaphoric connotations, the one as a metaphor of
anthropocentrism - the human vertebrae as upright, symmetrical, and skeletal
- - the other, a symbol of power and dominance, in particular
phallogocentrism, the sexual structure of power and dominance. Our building
symbolically attempts to undermine these two centrisms, first by producing a
building that is not metaphorically skeletal or striated, but rather made up
of a shell of vertically compressed and translated plates, and second, by
producing an image hovering somewhere in between an erect and a "limp"
condition. As such the building provokes a discussion which is already
commonly understood in related discourse."

- --Peter Eisenman   


NOTICE

Address : 2-2-21, Nanba-naka, Naniwa-ku, Oosaka city, Japan
Bankrupt : NUNOTANI corporation

This property is now managed and occupied by the Osaka District Court based
on the adjudication of the Osaka court of law No.8296 (f), 2000.
No one can move or transport anything from this property without permission
of the Osaka District Court.  If you move or transport anything from this
property without permission, you may be punish by criminal law.

27th November 2000
Bankrupt : NUNOTANI corporation
Receiver : Kanae Chida, Lawyer
Address : 4F Okina bldg., 3-2-9 Nishi-tenma, Kita-ku, Osaka city, Japan
TEL 06-6312-1621




Takuji Kogo
   takujikogo {AT} mac.com
   ga2750 {AT} i.bekkoame.ne.jp

_______________________________________________

*candy factory
   http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/i/ga2750/
   http://www.trans.artnet.or.jp/~transart/





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Date: Tue, 9 Oct 2001 12:00:26 -0700
From: sonya <rapop {AT} socrates.Berkeley.EDU>
Subject: announcement


You are invited to view my recent artwork, "Redeeming the Gene,
Molding the Golem, Folding the Protein," a mythic parody that 
challenges current genetic engineering techniques, at 
www.sonyarapoport.net.

After being considered a source of female evil for thousands of years,
Lilith and Eve reinvent themselves by creating an ethical gene
according to ancient Hebraic Kabbalah ritual. With this new gene they
mold a golem, an artificial anthropoid.

The kabbalah gene displaces the artist's gene that Eduardo Kac
invented in his artwork, "Genesis."

Sonya Rapoport



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Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2001 16:31:36 -0400
From: Axel Roselius <axelerator {AT} mac.com>
Subject: telematic art show opening in atlanta

I am still producing Telematic Connections: The Virtual Embrace
and the next stop is Atlanta. So if you're in town please come around!

xl



Atlanta College of Art Gallery presents....
Telematic Connections: The Virtual Embrace
    October 13- November 25, 2001
Opening Reception
    Saturday, October 13, 5:30-7:30 pm
Enter the Embrace
    Saturday, October 13, 7:00 pm
    Woodruff Arts Center Circle Room
    Lecture/discussion led by exhibition curator, Steve Dietz

Visit the online exhibition, produced by ICI and co-presented by Walker Art
Center
http://telematic.walkerart.org/ici/

ACA Gallery exhibitions and programs are free and open to the public.
Visit www.aca.edu or call 404/733-5050 for more information.

The Atlanta College of Art Gallery presentation of
Telematic Connections: The Virtual Embrace
is made possible by
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., an AOL Time Warner Company.



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

Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2001 00:24:22 +0100 (BST)
From: "Paul Taylor" <p.a.taylor {AT} salford.ac.uk>(by way of richard barbrook)
Subject: Hacktivist seminar

Hi there,

the ESRC seminar on Hacktivism is taking place at the University of Salford
on Nov 8th from 11am - 4pm in the Raylegh Room Faraday House.

The keynote speaker is Ricardo Dominguez of the New York Hacktivist group
"Electronic Disturbance Theatre".

Other speakers include: Tim Jordan of the Open University; Paul Taylor of
Salford University; and Jayne Rodgers of the University of Leeds.

Registration is free, please let me know if you would like to attend.

Directions:

Faraday House is located on the lefthand side of the set of traffic lights
in the middle of the University campus and located on the main
dual-carriageway that approaches the University from Manchester City Centre.
For those coming from outside the city by train, I advise you make a short
taxi ride, for those coming by car, please contact me for further
directions.



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

Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2001 21:37:02 -0400
From: "Paul D. Miller" <djspooky {AT} djspooky.com>
Subject: DJ SPOOKY RECORD RELEASE PARTY - THIS FRIDAY...

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Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" ; format="flowed"

Hey folks - could you put this in the main section with the rest of 
the e-mails... I'd really appreciate it.
thanx,
Paul

script fade in/sequence/begins/now:


Please Forward!!!!


Dj Spooky's new album "Under the Influence" - is coming out, and he's 
throwing a big party this Friday, October 12th - come on by!!!!

Time: This FRIDAY - 9pm until whenever...

Place: The Lunatarium - Jay & Water Streets in Dumbo Brooklyn - top 
floor... really big industrial space with a view of all three bridges 
between the city.... more info: www.djspooky.com

Performers:
DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid
Dj Assault from Detroit
Dj Singe from Soundlab
Lure
Akin Atoms from Byzar
Dj Duane from Other Music Record Store


Special Live event with Sussan Deyhim and Arto Lindsay with Dj Spooky

Hello everyone. First and foremost I apologize about any multiple 
copies of this e-mail - if you'd like to be removed from the list, 
just drop me a line with the usual "unsubscribe" in the subject 
heading... and consider the fadeout...

THE EVENT:

Subliminal Kid Productions is pleased to announce a "HAPPENING" based 
on conceptual art and dj culture to celebrate Dj Spooky's new album 
"Under the Influence." A portion of the proceeds will go to the photo 
installation of  "Here is New York" on 116 Prince St's fund with the 
CHILDRENS AID SOCIETY 911 FUND- made to help the orphans of the 
terror... learning from this to build understanding for a new 
world... a democracy of images to help the CHILDRENS AID SOCIETY 911 
FUND - check the info at:
www.hereisnewyork.org

THE NEW ALBUM: "Under the Influence" by Dj Spooky that Subliminal Kid

The record is called "Under the Influence"... the artist is called 
"Dj Spooky that Subliminal Kid"... the mix is yet another sound art 
piece directed out at a world in geo-political upheaval... more than 
that, its a sound piece based on ruins and resilience, sound and 
silence - aural mnemonics from the edge of the 4th world... In this 
era of confusion and relentless corruption at all levels of world 
culture, sometimes music is the only thing to make us all realize 
that we have something in common: humanity.

	So that's what the new album is about: 
synchronia/synchronicity - pulling all the patterns together with 
sound... there's tracks from Moby, Talvin Singh, Ryuichi Sakamoto, 
Future Sound of London, electro wild stylz from Anti-Pop Consortium, 
Phoenix Orion and Dj Hive, art music maestros Sonic Youth and Arto 
Lindsay, Dj Singe and MC Verb who do that legendary event in NYC 
called Soundlab... and there's even turntablists like Mix Master Mike 
from the Beastie Boys and his Automator remix (Automator is the 
fellow behind the "Gorrilaz" virtual band), Kut Masta Kurt and his 
project with Kool Keith and Motion Man a.k.a. "The Masters of 
Illusion" and Dj DeckWreckka out of London, and the poet laureate of 
experimental hip-hop, Saul Williams... The album also features some 
of Dj Spooky's remixes and collaborations with Sussan Deyhim - master 
of digital persian music on a global scale...

  The idea here, as always, is to flip the script on contemporary 
music and art to build bridges between scenes, zones, and styles... 
you could call it global pan humanism or something... Whatever the 
name, just come on by and check the vibe: there'll be people from all 
tribes and affiliations, rich, poor, weird, normal, literary... 
whatever... its a carnival of all souls open to the sounds... .... 
another 21st Century wildstyle situation...

Time: This FRIDAY - 9pm until whenever...

Place: The Lunatarium - Jay & Water Streets in Dumbo Brooklyn - top 
floor... really big industrial space with a view of all three bridges 
between the city....

Visual Material: The event will also be a special screening of Carrie 
mae Weems response to the World Trade Center tragedy: a video called 
"A Moment of Silence"

Repeat/Complete:
  portion of the proceeds will go to the amazing photo installation of 
"Here is New York" - images of the World trade Tragedy made to help 
the orphans of the terror... learning from this to build 
understanding for a new world... a democracy of images to help the 
CHILDRENS AID SOCIETY 911 FUND - check the info at:
www.hereisnewyork.org

the line up for the event/situation is as follows:

DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid - a character out of William S. 
Burroughs "Nova Express" and Paul D. Miller's upcoming novel "Flow my 
Blood the Dj Said"....

Dj Assault - Detroit wildstylz master of "Ghetto Tech" - digital info 
officer of the starship "Chocolate City"...


Dj Duane from that amazing record store called "Other Music"

Lure - a band that blurs... artrock for the 21st century

Arto Lindsay - Noise/No Wave/Guitar crazy guy

Sussan Deyhim - she's from Iran and does wild stuff with computers... 
the darling of the artworld... composer of the amazing music for 
Shirin Neshat's films....  she's going to do a live set with Dj 
Spooky around midnite...


Dj Singe - the power vixen behind Soundlab - the legendary NYC art 
event that still has the conventional artworld scratching its head... 
is it art or music?

and several others....

for more info check the website:
www.djspooky.com

the event is in conjunction with CMJ, and if you have one of the CMJ 
badges... it'll help, but its not necessary...
ticket info at
www.dumboluna.com



DIRE DIRECTIONS
Subway: Take the F to York St or A/C to High St. Walk down Jay St, 
take a left on Front St and a right on Main St

Car: Take Manhattan Bridge upper level, first exit onto Jay, right on 
Prospect and left back onto Jay, take a left on Front St and a right 
on Main St - it's right off the water, and there'll be lots of folks 
hanging out in front... you can't miss it... plus the elevators are 
big enough to carry trucks so you know its in another one of those 
wild spots....



THE NEW ALBUM: "Under the Influence" by Dj Spooky that Subliminal Kid 
- - out now!


script fade out/sequence/closure



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

Port:status>OPEN
wildstyle access: www.djspooky.com

Paul D. Miller a.k.a. Dj Spooky that Subliminal Kid

Subliminal Kid Inc.

Office Mailing Address:

Music and Art Management
245 w14th st #2RC NY NY
10011
- --============_-1209358269==_ma============
Content-Type: text/enriched; charset="us-ascii"

Hey folks - could you put this in the main section with the rest of the
e-mails... I'd really appreciate it.

thanx,

Paul


script fade in/sequence/begins/now:



Please Forward!!!!



Dj Spooky's new album "Under the Influence" - is coming out, and he's
throwing a big party this Friday, October 12th - come on by!!!!


Time: This FRIDAY - 9pm until whenever...


Place: The Lunatarium - Jay & Water Streets in Dumbo Brooklyn - top
floor... really big industrial space with a view of all three bridges
between the city.... more info: www.djspooky.com


Performers:

DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid

Dj Assault from Detroit

Dj Singe from Soundlab

Lure

Akin Atoms from Byzar

Dj Duane from Other Music Record Store



Special Live event with Sussan Deyhim and Arto Lindsay with Dj Spooky 


Hello everyone. First and foremost I apologize about any multiple
copies of this e-mail - if you'd like to be removed from the list, just
drop me a line with the usual "unsubscribe" in the subject heading...
and consider the fadeout...


THE EVENT:


Subliminal Kid Productions is pleased to announce a "HAPPENING" based
on conceptual art and dj culture to celebrate Dj Spooky's new album
"Under the Influence." A portion of the proceeds will go to the photo
installation of  "Here is New York" on 116 Prince St's fund with the
CHILDRENS AID SOCIETY 911 FUND- made to help the orphans of the
terror... learning from this to build understanding for a new world...
a democracy of images to help the CHILDRENS AID SOCIETY 911 FUND -
check the info at:

www.hereisnewyork.org


THE NEW ALBUM: "Under the Influence" by Dj Spooky that Subliminal Kid


The record is called "Under the Influence"... the artist is called "Dj
Spooky that Subliminal Kid"... the mix is yet another sound art piece
directed out at a world in geo-political upheaval... more than that,
its a sound piece based on ruins and resilience, sound and silence -
aural mnemonics from the edge of the 4th world... In this era of
confusion and relentless corruption at all levels of world culture,
sometimes music is the only thing to make us all realize that we have
something in common: humanity. 


	So that's what the new album is about: synchronia/synchronicity -
pulling all the patterns together with sound... there's tracks from
Moby, Talvin Singh, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Future Sound of London, electro
wild stylz from Anti-Pop Consortium, Phoenix Orion and Dj Hive, art
music maestros Sonic Youth and Arto Lindsay, Dj Singe and MC Verb who
do that legendary event in NYC called Soundlab... and there's even
turntablists like Mix Master Mike from the Beastie Boys and his
Automator remix (Automator is the fellow behind the "Gorrilaz" virtual
band), Kut Masta Kurt and his project with Kool Keith and Motion Man
a.k.a. "The Masters of Illusion" and Dj DeckWreckka out of London, and
the poet laureate of experimental hip-hop, Saul Williams... The album
also features some of Dj Spooky's remixes and collaborations with
Sussan Deyhim - master of digital persian music on a global scale... 


 The idea here, as always, is to flip the script on contemporary music
and art to build bridges between scenes, zones, and styles... you could
call it global pan humanism or something... Whatever the name, just
come on by and check the vibe: there'll be people from all tribes and
affiliations, rich, poor, weird, normal, literary... whatever... its a
carnival of all souls open to the sounds... ....  another 21st Century
wildstyle situation... 


Time: This FRIDAY - 9pm until whenever...


Place: The Lunatarium - Jay & Water Streets in Dumbo Brooklyn - top
floor... really big industrial space with a view of all three bridges
between the city....


Visual Material: The event will also be a special screening of Carrie
mae Weems response to the World Trade Center tragedy: a video called "A
Moment of Silence"


Repeat/Complete:

 portion of the proceeds will go to the amazing photo installation of
"Here is New York" - images of the World trade Tragedy made to help the
orphans of the terror... learning from this to build understanding for
a new world... a democracy of images to help the CHILDRENS AID SOCIETY
911 FUND - check the info at:

www.hereisnewyork.org


the line up for the event/situation is as follows:


DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid - a character out of William S. Burroughs
"Nova Express" and Paul D. Miller's upcoming novel "Flow my Blood the
Dj Said"....


Dj Assault - Detroit wildstylz master of "Ghetto Tech" - digital info
officer of the starship "Chocolate City"...



Dj Duane from that amazing record store called "Other Music"


Lure - a band that blurs... artrock for the 21st century


Arto Lindsay - Noise/No Wave/Guitar crazy guy


Sussan Deyhim - she's from Iran and does wild stuff with computers...
the darling of the artworld... composer of the amazing music for Shirin
Neshat's films....  she's going to do a live set with Dj Spooky around
midnite...



Dj Singe - the power vixen behind Soundlab - the legendary NYC art
event that still has the conventional artworld scratching its head...
is it art or music?


and several others....


for more info check the website:

www.djspooky.com


the event is in conjunction with CMJ, and if you have one of the CMJ
badges... it'll help, but its not necessary... 

ticket info at

www.dumboluna.com




<bold><fontfamily><param>Geneva</param>DIRE DIRECTIONS

Subway: Take the F to York St or A/C to High St. Walk down Jay St, take
a left on Front St and a right on Main St


Car: Take Manhattan Bridge upper level, first exit onto Jay, right on
Prospect and left back onto Jay, take a left on Front St and a right on
Main St - it's right off the water, and there'll be lots of folks
hanging out in front... you can't miss it... plus the elevators are big
enough to carry trucks so you know its in another one of those wild
spots....




</fontfamily></bold>THE NEW ALBUM: "Under the Influence" by Dj Spooky
that Subliminal Kid<fontfamily><param>Geneva</param> - out now!



</fontfamily>script fade out/sequence/closure    




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


Port:status>OPEN

wildstyle access: www.djspooky.com


Paul D. Miller a.k.a. Dj Spooky that Subliminal Kid


Subliminal Kid Inc.


Office Mailing Address:


Music and Art Management

245 w14th st #2RC NY NY 

10011

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

Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2001 10:09:42 +0100
From: "transmediale" <info {AT} transmediale.de>
Subject: Fwd: tm.salon: Lev Manovich: The Language of New Media, 16.10.


On 10.10.01 at 23:16 Andreas Broeckmann <abroeck {AT} transmediale.de> wrote:

transmediale salon:

Lev Manovich: The Language of New Media

Dienstag, 16. Oktober 2001, 20.00 Uhr
Podewil, Klosterstr.68-70, Berlin-Mitte
Eintritt: DM 10 / DM 8
(in englischer Sprache)

[diesmal begrenzte Platzzahl: bitte, rechtzeitig reservieren!]


Lev Manovich, Medienwissenschaftler am Visual Arts Department der
University of California, San Diego/US, stellt sein neues Buch vor, The
Language of New Media (MIT Press, 2001). Hierin entwirft Manovich eine
umfassende Interpretation der digitalen Ästhetik, die seiner Meinung nach
in unmittelbarer Nachfolge der Filmavantgarde der 1920er Jahre steht.
(http://www.manovich.net)


'Manovich has given us a book, the book, we had hoped for. We can disagree
with it. We can and will find other examples, different to the wonderful
range of games, net.art, installations and movies he works with. Cinema
theorists and historians will enjoy the claims that all of this novelty is
the flowering of a potentiality latent in film since its first steps, or
before in the phantasmagorias and thaumatropes of the 18th and 19th
centuries. The ravishing breadth of digital reference is one of the books
strengths, and there's more than enough here to suggest to any instructor
that the ideas can be debated in evolving contexts. If MIT Press relent in
the usual practice of holding significant new titles in hardcover only for
a year or two at a stretch, the book will be in every library, and students
everywhere will be clutching it like Mao's Red Book, Diamat of the
Immaterialist generation. Best of all, after 'Languages of the New Media',
we can argue on our own terrain.' (Sean Cubitt, University of Waikato, New
Zealand, im Leonardo Digital Review)


[Der transmediale salon präsentiert regelmässig und in informellem
Rahmen
Projekte, Vortraege und Performances aus Medienkunst und Medienkultur.]


Kartenreservierungen: ticket {AT} podewil.de
Podewil 030-24749-777 (Mo-Fr, 14-19 Uhr)


Information:

transmediale
podewil
klosterstr. 68-70
d-10179 berlin
fon +49 30 2472 1907
fax +49 30 2472 1909
info {AT} transmediale.de
www.transmediale.de




transmediale.02
[ go public! ]
5 - 10 february 2002
international media art festival berlin

klosterstr. 68-70
10179 berlin
germany
fon +49 30 2472 1907
fax +49 30 2472 1909
http://www.transmediale.de
...........................................................................
.................................
Member of the European Coordination of Film Festivals E.E.I.G.
...........................................................................
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Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2001 10:16:56 -0500
From: anthony huberman <anthony {AT} ps1.org>
Subject: RE: P.S.1 Exhibitions and Programs

P.S.1 FALL EXHIBITIONS and PUBLIC PROGRAMS
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center
22-25 Jackson Ave, Long Island City, NY
718.784.2084
www.ps1.org
OPENING SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2001
12pm - 6pm
All exhibitions on view through mid-January 2002, except when noted

Janet Cardiff: A Survey of Works Including Collaborations with George Bures 
Miller (curated by Carolyn Christov Bakargiev)
The first mid-career survey of the Canadian artist Janet Cardiff's work 
features installations, documentation of early "walks," and a new audio 
walk. (200 page catalogue available)
Animations (curated by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev and Larissa Harris.  Web 
Animation curated by Anthony Huberman)
This international exhibition explores ways artists are addressing 
animation as a medium and as a subject. Artists include Karen Yasinsky, 
Pierre Huyghe, Philippe Parreno, William Kentridge, Francis Alys, and JODI.
Richard Deacon: New Work (curated by Alanna Heiss)
British sculptor Richard Deacon presents new site-specific work in the 
museum outdoor galleries.
Joe Brainard: A Retrospective (curated by Constance Lewallen)
This first museum retrospective of American artist and writer Joe Brainard 
features more than 150 collages, assemblages, paintings, drawings and book 
covers made in the 1960 and 1970s (through November 25, 2001).
Kenny Sharf (curated by Alanna Heiss)
Two major paintings and a series of 30 painted "cels" by American artist 
Kenny Sharf.
David Remfry (curated by Alanna Heiss)
A series of works by British painter David Remfry.

Jessica Craig-Martin (curated by Alanna Heiss and Klaus Biesenbach)
Cropped images by British photographer Jessica Craig-Martin.

Vera Lehndorff aka Veruschka (curated by Alanna Heiss)
Fashion model and performance artist Veruschka presents a series of 
photographs and two video works.

Susan Kleinberg (curated by Alanna Heiss)
American video artist Susan Kleinberg shows a video work in the museum 
lobby

Larry Deyab (curated by Alanna Heiss with Daniel Marzona, through November 
25, 2001)
Artist Larry Deyab presents his paintings.


Public Programs:
Animations:
Saturday, November 17th, 3pm, FREE
"Performing Game Patches"
Followed by an introduction by artist and game theorist Eric Zimmerman, 
artists, gamers, and the general public play commercially-distributed 
computer games that have been modified by artist-made patches.

Saturday, December 1st, 3pm, FREE
"Performing Software"
Artists perform and lead workshops on computer software programs they have 
created.

Joe Brainard:
Sunday, November 4th, 2pm, FREE
 "I Remember" Marathon Reading
Over 20 writers and poets read through Joe Brainard's "I Remember" text. 
 Readers include Paul Auster, Ann Lauterbach, David Lehman, Eileen Myles, 
Ron Padgett, Peter Schjeldahl, and many others
Janet Cardiff:
Saturday, December 8th, 3pm, FREE
"A Curator's View"
Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, P.S.1 Senior Curator and curator of Janet 
Cardiff's survey exhibition, discusses the artist's work.





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Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2001 12:24:38 +0200
From: FORUM STADTPARK <forum {AT} mur.at>
Subject: forum newsletter 17. bis 20.10.01

mi 17. oktober 21:00 uhr LOUNGE club-abend

Here it is again: lasso
special guests: curtis-jensen
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
do 18.oktober 19:00 uhr uhr  steirischer herbst
Ausstellungseröffnungen

1 the last thing you do if you ever leave
Installation, Konzept und Gestaltung: Lechner/Maier

2 REAL CRIME Architektur & Verbrechen - ‚Tatorte’ (English version
below)
eine Installation zur Produktivkraft des Verbrechens für die Entwicklung
von Sicherheitstechnik, Architektur und Städtebau in den Kategorien
S(mall), M(edium), L(arge) und XL(arge)
eine Materialsammlung von Michael Zinganel

3 Urban Control #1 - ‚Materialausgabe’ (English version below)
Dokumente und Exponate unter Beteiligung von: Belfast Exposed, Catalyst
Arts, Flaxart Studios, grassy knoll productions, Source Magazine, uam.

21:00 uhr
Live TV-Show (English version below)
Architektur und Verbrechen - ‚Der Prozess’
Künstlerische Indizien für die Produktivkraft des Verbrechens in einem
Set nach Aktenzeichen XY mit Stargästen aus Kunst, Architektur und
Kriminologie, moderiert von Michael Zinganel
Gast: Jochen Becker
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
fr 19. oktober 14:00   steirischer herbst
Stadtführung

Urban Control - ‚Belfast in Graz’ (English version below)
mit Joachim Hainzl, Clio - Verein für Geschichts- und Bildungsarbeit
Treffpunkt Forum Stadtpark
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
sa 20. oktober 14:00 uhr  steirischer herbst
Symposium

Urban Control - ‚Kunst & Urban Politics‘ (English version below)
mit Gästen und Kulturinitiativen aus Belfast: Belfast Exposed (Pauline
Hadaway, Karen Downey), Catalyst Arts (Stephen Hackett), Flaxart Studios
(Aisling O’Beirn), grassy knoll productions (Eoghan McTigue), Source
Magazine (Richard West, John Duncan)

21:00 uhr Filmprogramm auf der Terrasse (English version below)
Urban Contol ? ‚Wahrheit & Versöhnung‘
Frances Reid / Deborah Hoffmann ‚Long Night's Journey into Day‘
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Links:

mi 17.oktober LOUNGE club-abend
here it is again
ein abend, der zwischem selbstmitleidigem trauergestus und manischer
ausgelassenheit oszilliert, spiegelt wohl authentisch die zerrissenheit
jedes, nach freiheit strebenden, „urban cowboys“  wider. deshalb ist es
wohl ein legitimer ansatz die mythen, gebrochene wie heroische, von
„country“ (klassisch wie zeitgenössisch) nochmals zu zelebrieren.

do 18. oktober Ausstellungseröffnungen

1 the last thing you do...
Die Installation der Architekten Andreas Lechner und Petra Maier  nähert
sich an „Orte des Abschieds“ in Form eines mehrteiligen, schichtartig
das Haus des Forum Stadtpark um- und bespielenden Raumambientes an.
Das „sich-von-seiner-Stadt-verabschieden“ bedeutet immer das Aufsuchen
von spezifischen Orten.
Aus diesen ? meinen ? Orten speist sich ein Resümee, das nur als ein
konkretes Statement enden kann: Spuren hinterlassen, die ? ohne
verallgemeinerbaren Ursprung oder Wirklichkeit ? ein Territorium
bezeichnen, das eine Landkarte im Nachhinein nicht zu symbolisieren
vermag. Diese Markierungen entspringen einerseits der mentalen
Topographie des Reisenden, andererseits sind sie oft bloß Teil
kollektiver Erinnerungen.
Dabei werden literarische und persönliche Stadtbeschreibungen mit
subjektiven Abschiedsritualen verwendet, um sie in weiterer Folge mit
den Manifesten der Erinnerung (Rosen, Video, Photo, Kleidung, Etiketten)
innerhalb der Installation zu verweben. Dadurch werden die ? ohne
einwirkendes Narrativ auf den Status des Objekts reduzierten ? Räume des
Forum Stadtpark selbst zu Orten des Abschieds, indem sie ? und das ist
auch das Wesen des Abschiednehmens ? durch die symbolischen
Verknüpfungen jedes Einzelnen (Betrachter, Reisender) in die kollektive
Erinnerung (Gedächtnis) diffundieren.


2 REAL CRIME Architektur & Verbrechen (English version below)
Crime does not pay! Falsch, schreibt Karl Marx, Verbrechen zahlt sich
sehr wohl aus ? nicht immer für den Verbrecher oder sein Opfer, wohl
aber für die Gesellschaft. Denn ihm zufolge produziert der Verbrecher
nicht nur das Verbrechen selbst, sondern auch alle gegen das Verbrechen
gerichteten Maßnahmen. Er produziert die Polizei, das Strafrecht, die
Strafjustiz und das Gefängnis, alle Formen von
Kriminalberichterstattung: ob in den „schönen Künsten„, in
wissenschaftlichen Publikationen oder in Massenmedien. Die Angst, die
durch reales oder auch nur imaginiertes Verbrechen evoziert wird, bildet
sich in unzähligen präventiven bautechnischen, architektonischen und
städtebaulichen Maßnahmen ab: Fortifikationsanlagen gegen die Feinde von
außen, Kontrollarchitekturen gegen die Feinde von innen.
(Projektleitung: M. Zinganel, Katalog: M. Zinganel, Real Crime.
Architektur und Verbrechen. edition selene Wien 2001)

3 Urban Control - ‚Materialausgabe’        (s. unten)

Live TV-Show
Architektur und Verbrechen (English version below)
Das vermeintliche Verbrechen eröffnet so einen beträchtlichen Markt, es
trägt - so Karl Marx - mehr zur Vermehrung des Nationalreichtums bei als
so manch anständigeres Gewerbe, und wenn es einmal zu verschwinden
droht, so wird es eben neu erfunden - von den Nutznießern der Angst: von
Polizisten, Politikern und Planern, von der Baustoff-, Sicherheits- und
Versicherungsindustrie ? aber auch von Künstlern und
Kulturwissenschaftern, denen es das Thema ihrer Projekte liefert.

fr 19. oktober
Stadtführung
Urban Control - ‚Belfast in Graz’ (English version below)
Strategien der Kontrolle sind seit jeher Bestandteil des urbanen
Diskurses. In allen alten gewachsenen europäischen Städten lassen sich
historische militärstrategische und soziale Grenzen entweder direkt
ablesen oder zumindest rekonstruieren. Besonders signifikant äußern sie
sich bis heute in “geteilten” Städten, wie in Belfast, Johannesburg oder
Berlin. Jochen Becker untersucht in seinem Schwerpunkt zum Einen
inwieweit sich die spezifischen Bedingungen der in der nordirischen
Stadt Belfast lebenden KünstlerInnen und KulturproduzentInnen auf ihre
Arbeiten auswirken und zum Anderen ob und wann analoge Mechanismen auch
in “harmonisch” erscheinenden Sozialgefügen wie jenem der Stadt Graz
wirksam waren oder sind:

sa 20. oktober Symposium
Urban Contol - ‚Kunst & Urban Politics‘ (English version below)
Urban Control - Belfast von ‚hier‘ aus
Die bürgerkriegsartige Belagerung von Nord-Irland steht für ein
aggressives Modell in Stein gemauerter städtischer Kontrolle. Die
Konfliktlinien sind in Belfast besonders deutlich markiert. Dort gibt es
klar gespaltene Wohnbezirke ? zumeist die der Arbeiter- oder wohl eher
der Arbeitslosenklasse ? wie auch gemischte Terrains
(Einkaufsinnenstadt, Vergnügungs- und Universitätsviertel,
Villengegenden). Hinzu kommen durch Zäune und Wachschutz abgeschottete
Bürokomplexe gleich gegenüber der konkursreifen Werft, welche die
Titanic gebaut hatte.
Der im Stein manifeste Separatismus in Nordirland ist eine
Staatsarchitektur, deren Entsprechungen >hier< weitaus unkenntlicher
scheinen. Dies formuliert sich eher in juristischen Grenzziehungen,
sozialpolitischen Bastionen und tagtäglichen Normalitätsphantasmen.
Projektleitung: Jochen Becker
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
English Version:

REAL CRIME
Architecture & Crime

Crime does not pay! Wrongly, writes Karl Marx, crime pays off certainly
? not always for the criminal or his victim, probably, however, for the
society. According to Marx the criminal produces not only the crime, but
also all measures been directed against the crime. He produces the
police, the criminal law, the criminal justice and the prison, but as
well all forms of criminal coverage: whether in the "fine arts", in
literature and theatre, in scientific publications or in mass media. The
fear evoked by real or only imagined crime is reflected in innumerable
preventive constructional, architectural and town planning measures:
Fortification against the enemies outwardly, control architectures
against the enemies from inside.
Project administration: Michael Zinganel

Thursday 18th of October  7 p.m.
Exhibition openings
Architecture and Crime - 'Scenes'
An installation of evidences for the productive force of the crime for
the development of safety engineering, architecture and urban
development in the categories S(mall), m(edium), l(arge) and XL(arge)

Duration of the exhibition: 19th of October to 11th of November. 2001,
Tuesday to Sunday  2 - 6 p.m., Thursday  2 - 8 p.m.

Thursday 18th of October  9 p.m.
Live TV-show architecture and crime - ' the Process'
Artistic indications for the productive force of the crime in a set
after „Aktenzeichen XY“ (Prime Crime or The Ten Most Wanted) with star
guests from art, architecture and criminology, presented by Michael
Zinganel: Jochen Becker

URBAN CONTROL #1
Belfast from >here<
The civil war-like siege of Northern Ireland stands for an aggressive
model of urban control ? fixed in stone. The lines of conflicts in
Belfast are marked quite clearly. There are obviously divided
residential areas - mostly of the working class or, rather, of the
unemployed class - as well as mixed terrain (shopping city centre,
entertainment district, university quarter, residential areas). In
addition office complexes are sealed off by fences and security guards
just opposite the shipyard which had built the Titanic and now are close
to bankruptcy.
The separatism in Northern Ireland, manifested into stone, is a state
architecture whose correspondences seem >here< much more unrecognizable.
This formulates itself in establishing legal borders, sociopolitical
bulwarks and daily phantasmas of normality.

Project administration: Jochen Becker

Thursday 18th of October  7 p.m.
Urban Control #1 'Material Outlet'
Documents and exhibits with participation from: Belfast Exposed,
Catalyst Arts, Flaxart Studios, grassy knoll productions, Source
magazine, etc.

Duration of the exhibition: 19th of October to 11th of November. 2001,
Tuesday to Sunday  2 - 6 p.m., Thursday  2 - 8 p.m.

Friday 19th of October  2 p.m.
Guided tour ' Belfast in Graz '
with Joachim Hainzl, Clio - association for historical and educational
work
Meeting place: Forum Stadtpark

Saturday 20th of October  2 p.m.
Symposium 'Art Practice & Urban Politics'
with guests and cultural initiatives from Belfast: Belfast Exposed
(Pauline Hadaway, Karen Downey), Catalyst Arts (Stephen Hackett),
Flaxart Studio (Aisling O'Beirn), grassy knoll productions (Eoghan
McTigue), Source magazine (Richard West, John Duncan), Daniel Jewesbury
and Michael Zinganel

Saturday 20th of October  9p.m.
Film program ' Truth & Reconciliation '
Frances Reid / Deborah Hoffmann ' Long Night‘s Journey into Day '

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FORUM STADTPARK
Stadtpark 1
A - 8010 Graz

Tel:  +43/316/827734
Fax: +43/316/82773421
forum {AT} mur.at
http://forum.mur.at



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Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2001 15:38:09 -0500
From: SCP-New York <notbored {AT} panix.com>
Subject: report by the NY SCP

One and all:

- -- The NY SCP has performed twice in the last week:

http://www.notbored.org/9oct01.html
http://www.notbored.org/11oct01.html

In both instances, the group performed within the sight of numerous police
officers, National Guard Units, etc with no problems. Both performances
well received by audiences.


- -- The group has also continued to give its walking tours of heavily
surveilled neighborhoods in Manhattan, http://www.notbored.org/scowt.html
despite: A) the climate of fear and ignorance; B) increased police/military
presence; C) no newspaper is printing our annoucements of these tours (they
have stopped doing so since 11 Sept 2001); and D) the lowered turn-out that
has resulted (the tours now draw 2 or 3 people at most).


- -- In response to reports that the US government might seize the assets of
any group it deems to be terrorist or supportive of terrorism, we have
added the following caveat about our funding, expenses and assets:

http://www.notbored.org/scp-funding.html


- -- About 10 articles/TV shows about the NY SCP have been placed on the
dead-ends list http://www.notbored.org/dead-ends.html

Most have become "dead-ends" because of the 11 Sept 2001 disasters, that
is, they have used 11 Sept 2001 as an excuse to kill stories they thought
were "risky" to begin with


- -- Two articles have nevertheless made it into print:

http://www.notbored.org/ciberpais2.html (translated from Spanish)
http://www.notbored.org/chronicle2.html (English original)


Bill, watching the news about anthrax in NYC



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Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2001 23:58:52 +1000
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Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2001 12:28:00 +0800
From: linda wallace <linda {AT} machinehunger.com.au>
Subject: ::contagion::Australian Media Art  {AT}  The Centenary of Federation, 2001 


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<a thousand apologies for cross postings>


http://www.nzfa.org.nz/contagion/text/index.htm


::contagion::
Australian Media Art  {AT}  The Centenary of Federation, 2001

New Zealand Film Archive, Wellington
Oct 11th    to  Nov 18    2001


 ::contagion::, formulated by artist and curator Linda Wallace, brings
together a selection of new video and computer artworks from Australia.
The exhibition, featuring the work of over 25 artists, will exist both
in ëhardí space in the premises of the New Zealand Film Archive in
Wellington, New Zealand, and in net space, with a number of net.works
linked from the website as an integral part of the exhibition.

for exhibition essay and artists bios, info and images from all works,
please visit:

http://www.nzfa.org.nz/contagion/text/index.htm



ARTISTS

Emile Zile                 6pm Personality
Emil Goh                 digital feedback
Kate Murphy             Britney Love installation
Ian Andrews              Jumpcut, Equilibrium, Departure
Tracey Moffatt and
Gary Hillberg             Artist
Linda Wallace            eurovision
Richard Grant              maju  "Pale Blood Coloured Recollections"
David McDowell          seesaw
Michael Schiavello       This Kind of Country
Eliza Hutchinson          voila!
Josie Starrs  and
Leon Cmielewski         AKA
Kuba Dorabialski         Interview for Foreign Television
Andrew Gadow             Inversion
Patricia Piccinini          SO2  images
Vivienne Dadour         Realm
Matthew Riley              Memo
Michele Barker           Praeternatural

INTERNET
Komninos Zervos
antimedia site
Gary Foley
Gary Zebington
seo
MEZ
alias frequencies
Zina Kaye, mr snow and Caleb K
Melinda Rackham



http://www.nzfa.org.nz/contagion/text/index.htm



linda wallace
curator ::contagion::
www.machinehunger.com.au

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Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2001 12:56:15 -0700
From: Michele Thursz <michele {AT} michelethursz.com>
Subject: Cin-o-matic:Memory and Cinematic Perception Friday, 19.oct.01, from 6-8pm 








Please join us
to celebrate the opening of


Cin-o-matic:
Memory and Cinematic Perception


Friday, 19.oct.01, from 6-8pm


a group exhibition exploring the cinematic experience
and the impact of new technologies on time-based works of art

organized by Michele Thursz, Post-Media Network
in collaboration with Anne Ellegood

with
the collaborative Adrift, consisting of Helen Thorington, Marek Walczak, & 
Jesse Gilbert with Martin Wattenberg and Hal Eager;
John Cabral; Willy Le Maitre & Eric Rosenzveig;
Joseph Nechvatal; and Yucef Merhi.


there will be a performance of Adrift beginning at 6pm


in the Media Z Lounge
of the New Museum of Contemporary Art

583 Broadway
(between Houston and Prince Streets)


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Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2001 12:29:24 -0400
From: "Paul D. Miller" <djspooky {AT} djspooky.com>
Subject: DJ SPOOKY RECORD RELEASE PARTY - THIS FRIDAY...

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Folk - I'm sending this again... will you get over your distinctions 
between "art" and dj culture... Carrie Mae Weems is a highly 
respected African American photo artist, and the 116 Prince st  photo 
project is incedibly important... please put this in.
thanx,
Paul


script fade in/sequence/begins/now:


Please Forward!!!!


Dj Spooky's new album "Under the Influence" - is coming out, and he's 
throwing a big party this Friday, October 12th - come on by!!!!

Time: This FRIDAY - 9pm until whenever...

Place: The Lunatarium - Jay & Water Streets in Dumbo Brooklyn - top 
floor... really big industrial space with a view of all three bridges 
between the city.... more info: www.djspooky.com

Performers:
DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid
Dj Assault from Detroit
Dj Singe from Soundlab
Lure
Akin Atoms from Byzar
Dj Duane from Other Music Record Store


Special Live event with Sussan Deyhim and Arto Lindsay with Dj Spooky

Hello everyone. First and foremost I apologize about any multiple 
copies of this e-mail - if you'd like to be removed from the list, 
just drop me a line with the usual "unsubscribe" in the subject 
heading... and consider the fadeout...

THE EVENT:

Subliminal Kid Productions is pleased to announce a "HAPPENING" based 
on conceptual art and dj culture to celebrate Dj Spooky's new album 
"Under the Influence." A portion of the proceeds will go to the photo 
installation of  "Here is New York" on 116 Prince St's fund with the 
CHILDRENS AID SOCIETY 911 FUND- made to help the orphans of the 
terror... learning from this to build understanding for a new 
world... a democracy of images to help the CHILDRENS AID SOCIETY 911 
FUND - check the info at:
www.hereisnewyork.org

THE NEW ALBUM: "Under the Influence" by Dj Spooky that Subliminal Kid

The record is called "Under the Influence"... the artist is called 
"Dj Spooky that Subliminal Kid"... the mix is yet another sound art 
piece directed out at a world in geo-political upheaval... more than 
that, its a sound piece based on ruins and resilience, sound and 
silence - aural mnemonics from the edge of the 4th world... In this 
era of confusion and relentless corruption at all levels of world 
culture, sometimes music is the only thing to make us all realize 
that we have something in common: humanity.

	So that's what the new album is about: 
synchronia/synchronicity - pulling all the patterns together with 
sound... there's tracks from Moby, Talvin Singh, Ryuichi Sakamoto, 
Future Sound of London, electro wild stylz from Anti-Pop Consortium, 
Phoenix Orion and Dj Hive, art music maestros Sonic Youth and Arto 
Lindsay, Dj Singe and MC Verb who do that legendary event in NYC 
called Soundlab... and there's even turntablists like Mix Master Mike 
from the Beastie Boys and his Automator remix (Automator is the 
fellow behind the "Gorrilaz" virtual band), Kut Masta Kurt and his 
project with Kool Keith and Motion Man a.k.a. "The Masters of 
Illusion" and Dj DeckWreckka out of London, and the poet laureate of 
experimental hip-hop, Saul Williams... The album also features some 
of Dj Spooky's remixes and collaborations with Sussan Deyhim - master 
of digital persian music on a global scale...

  The idea here, as always, is to flip the script on contemporary 
music and art to build bridges between scenes, zones, and styles... 
you could call it global pan humanism or something... Whatever the 
name, just come on by and check the vibe: there'll be people from all 
tribes and affiliations, rich, poor, weird, normal, literary... 
whatever... its a carnival of all souls open to the sounds... .... 
another 21st Century wildstyle situation...

Time: This FRIDAY - 9pm until whenever...

Place: The Lunatarium - Jay & Water Streets in Dumbo Brooklyn - top 
floor... really big industrial space with a view of all three bridges 
between the city....

Visual Material: The event will also be a special screening of Carrie 
mae Weems response to the World Trade Center tragedy: a video called 
"A Moment of Silence"

Repeat/Complete:
  portion of the proceeds will go to the amazing photo installation of 
"Here is New York" - images of the World trade Tragedy made to help 
the orphans of the terror... learning from this to build 
understanding for a new world... a democracy of images to help the 
CHILDRENS AID SOCIETY 911 FUND - check the info at:
www.hereisnewyork.org

the line up for the event/situation is as follows:

DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid - a character out of William S. 
Burroughs "Nova Express" and Paul D. Miller's upcoming novel "Flow my 
Blood the Dj Said"....

Dj Assault - Detroit wildstylz master of "Ghetto Tech" - digital info 
officer of the starship "Chocolate City"...


Dj Duane from that amazing record store called "Other Music"

Lure - a band that blurs... artrock for the 21st century

Arto Lindsay - Noise/No Wave/Guitar crazy guy

Sussan Deyhim - she's from Iran and does wild stuff with computers... 
the darling of the artworld... composer of the amazing music for 
Shirin Neshat's films....  she's going to do a live set with Dj 
Spooky around midnite...


Dj Singe - the power vixen behind Soundlab - the legendary NYC art 
event that still has the conventional artworld scratching its head... 
is it art or music?

and several others....

for more info check the website:
www.djspooky.com

the event is in conjunction with CMJ, and if you have one of the CMJ 
badges... it'll help, but its not necessary...
ticket info at
www.dumboluna.com



DIRE DIRECTIONS
Subway: Take the F to York St or A/C to High St. Walk down Jay St, 
take a left on Front St and a right on Main St

Car: Take Manhattan Bridge upper level, first exit onto Jay, right on 
Prospect and left back onto Jay, take a left on Front St and a right 
on Main St - it's right off the water, and there'll be lots of folks 
hanging out in front... you can't miss it... plus the elevators are 
big enough to carry trucks so you know its in another one of those 
wild spots....



THE NEW ALBUM: "Under the Influence" by Dj Spooky that Subliminal Kid 
- - out now!


script fade out/sequence/closure



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

Port:status>OPEN
wildstyle access: www.djspooky.com

Paul D. Miller a.k.a. Dj Spooky that Subliminal Kid

Subliminal Kid Inc.

Office Mailing Address:

Music and Art Management
245 w14th st #2RC NY NY
10011
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Content-Type: text/enriched; charset="us-ascii"

Folk - I'm sending this again... will you get over your distinctions
between "art" and dj culture... Carrie Mae Weems is a highly respected
African American photo artist, and the 116 Prince st  photo project is
incedibly important... please put this in.

thanx,

Paul



script fade in/sequence/begins/now:



Please Forward!!!!



Dj Spooky's new album "Under the Influence" - is coming out, and he's
throwing a big party this Friday, October 12th - come on by!!!!


Time: This FRIDAY - 9pm until whenever...


Place: The Lunatarium - Jay & Water Streets in Dumbo Brooklyn - top
floor... really big industrial space with a view of all three bridges
between the city.... more info: www.djspooky.com


Performers:

DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid

Dj Assault from Detroit

Dj Singe from Soundlab

Lure

Akin Atoms from Byzar

Dj Duane from Other Music Record Store



Special Live event with Sussan Deyhim and Arto Lindsay with Dj Spooky 


Hello everyone. First and foremost I apologize about any multiple
copies of this e-mail - if you'd like to be removed from the list, just
drop me a line with the usual "unsubscribe" in the subject heading...
and consider the fadeout...


THE EVENT:


Subliminal Kid Productions is pleased to announce a "HAPPENING" based
on conceptual art and dj culture to celebrate Dj Spooky's new album
"Under the Influence." A portion of the proceeds will go to the photo
installation of  "Here is New York" on 116 Prince St's fund with the
CHILDRENS AID SOCIETY 911 FUND- made to help the orphans of the
terror... learning from this to build understanding for a new world...
a democracy of images to help the CHILDRENS AID SOCIETY 911 FUND -
check the info at:

www.hereisnewyork.org


THE NEW ALBUM: "Under the Influence" by Dj Spooky that Subliminal Kid


The record is called "Under the Influence"... the artist is called "Dj
Spooky that Subliminal Kid"... the mix is yet another sound art piece
directed out at a world in geo-political upheaval... more than that,
its a sound piece based on ruins and resilience, sound and silence -
aural mnemonics from the edge of the 4th world... In this era of
confusion and relentless corruption at all levels of world culture,
sometimes music is the only thing to make us all realize that we have
something in common: humanity. 


	So that's what the new album is about: synchronia/synchronicity -
pulling all the patterns together with sound... there's tracks from
Moby, Talvin Singh, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Future Sound of London, electro
wild stylz from Anti-Pop Consortium, Phoenix Orion and Dj Hive, art
music maestros Sonic Youth and Arto Lindsay, Dj Singe and MC Verb who
do that legendary event in NYC called Soundlab... and there's even
turntablists like Mix Master Mike from the Beastie Boys and his
Automator remix (Automator is the fellow behind the "Gorrilaz" virtual
band), Kut Masta Kurt and his project with Kool Keith and Motion Man
a.k.a. "The Masters of Illusion" and Dj DeckWreckka out of London, and
the poet laureate of experimental hip-hop, Saul Williams... The album
also features some of Dj Spooky's remixes and collaborations with
Sussan Deyhim - master of digital persian music on a global scale... 


 The idea here, as always, is to flip the script on contemporary music
and art to build bridges between scenes, zones, and styles... you could
call it global pan humanism or something... Whatever the name, just
come on by and check the vibe: there'll be people from all tribes and
affiliations, rich, poor, weird, normal, literary... whatever... its a
carnival of all souls open to the sounds... ....  another 21st Century
wildstyle situation... 


Time: This FRIDAY - 9pm until whenever...


Place: The Lunatarium - Jay & Water Streets in Dumbo Brooklyn - top
floor... really big industrial space with a view of all three bridges
between the city....


Visual Material: The event will also be a special screening of Carrie
mae Weems response to the World Trade Center tragedy: a video called "A
Moment of Silence"


Repeat/Complete:

 portion of the proceeds will go to the amazing photo installation of
"Here is New York" - images of the World trade Tragedy made to help the
orphans of the terror... learning from this to build understanding for
a new world... a democracy of images to help the CHILDRENS AID SOCIETY
911 FUND - check the info at:

www.hereisnewyork.org


the line up for the event/situation is as follows:


DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid - a character out of William S. Burroughs
"Nova Express" and Paul D. Miller's upcoming novel "Flow my Blood the
Dj Said"....


Dj Assault - Detroit wildstylz master of "Ghetto Tech" - digital info
officer of the starship "Chocolate City"...



Dj Duane from that amazing record store called "Other Music"


Lure - a band that blurs... artrock for the 21st century


Arto Lindsay - Noise/No Wave/Guitar crazy guy


Sussan Deyhim - she's from Iran and does wild stuff with computers...
the darling of the artworld... composer of the amazing music for Shirin
Neshat's films....  she's going to do a live set with Dj Spooky around
midnite...



Dj Singe - the power vixen behind Soundlab - the legendary NYC art
event that still has the conventional artworld scratching its head...
is it art or music?


and several others....


for more info check the website:

www.djspooky.com


the event is in conjunction with CMJ, and if you have one of the CMJ
badges... it'll help, but its not necessary... 

ticket info at

www.dumboluna.com




<bold><fontfamily><param>Geneva</param>DIRE DIRECTIONS

Subway: Take the F to York St or A/C to High St. Walk down Jay St, take
a left on Front St and a right on Main St


Car: Take Manhattan Bridge upper level, first exit onto Jay, right on
Prospect and left back onto Jay, take a left on Front St and a right on
Main St - it's right off the water, and there'll be lots of folks
hanging out in front... you can't miss it... plus the elevators are big
enough to carry trucks so you know its in another one of those wild
spots....




</fontfamily></bold>THE NEW ALBUM: "Under the Influence" by Dj Spooky
that Subliminal Kid<fontfamily><param>Geneva</param> - out now!



</fontfamily>script fade out/sequence/closure    




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


Port:status>OPEN

wildstyle access: www.djspooky.com


Paul D. Miller a.k.a. Dj Spooky that Subliminal Kid


Subliminal Kid Inc.


Office Mailing Address:


Music and Art Management

245 w14th st #2RC NY NY 

10011

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