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   REALTOKYO MM Vol. 114                                                           
     Andreas <andreas {AT} realtokyo.co.jp>                                               

   Arizona State University: two jobs                                              
     "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>                                                

   dEadly mOb <Youth Out Bush Tour>                                                
     dr.woooo {AT} NOMASTERS.ORG                                                          

   A Fever Lecture                                                                 
     Cary Peppermint <mint77 {AT} restlessculture.net>                                    

   FILE 2003- electronic language international festival                           
     "2003 FILE" <file2003file {AT} hotmail.com>                                          

   cfp  Corporal Literacy                                                          
     Rob van Kranenburg <kranenbu {AT} xs4all.nl>                                         

   criticalartware version.1.0.1                                                   
     Jon Cates <jcates {AT} artic.edu>                                                    

   Recent News from the Daniel Langlois Foundation - February 2003                 
     Dominique Fontaine <dfontaine {AT} fondation-langlois.org>                           

   tranmediale -- 1996 -2000                                                       
     Rachel Greene <rachel {AT} rhizome.org>                                              

   fwd: 2 positions at UC Irvine, arts, computation, engineering                   
     Tapio Makela <tapio {AT} translocal.net>                                             



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Date: Fri, 31 Jan 2003 09:27:11 +0900
From: Andreas <andreas {AT} realtokyo.co.jp>
Subject: REALTOKYO MM Vol. 114

R    E    A    L    T    O    K    Y    O    MAIL MAGAZINE
_____1_31_2003_Fri_vol.114___________ http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/



[This Week's Index]

(1) Out of Tokyo
Vol. 55: The Power of Location part 4

(2) Event Pick of the Week
Hot Korean Film Festival

(3) Presents
"Open Mind" & Flatic CDs



This week's RT Picks:

art+cinema+music+stage+design+town = 47 events
including 8 new ones!
Plus new entries on our 'book/disk' page.

Check them out!

http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/



===============================================================
(1) Out of Tokyo
===============================================================

Vol. 55: The Power of Location part 4
by Ozaki Tetsuya

The last weekend was one with a very positive surprise for me.
Following an invitation by email from Higashiizumi Ichiro, I went
to attend the opening party of an event titled "Taping." Since
illustrator Ito Keiji, design unit Namaiki and others were among
the participants I had no doubt it would be an interesting event,
but I ended up being struck with admiration not only of the event
itself but also of the wonderful space it took place in. The venue,
"Tsukiji Manson," is an alternative space in Higashi Kanda. It's a
rather inconveniently located place in 7-8 minutes walking distance
from Akihabara. To call it a "typical hollow area in the middle of
the city" would actually come even closer than just "inconvenient"...

Read more at:

http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/en/column/ozaki55.htm


===============================================================
(2) Event Pick of the Week
===============================================================

Hot Korean Film Festival

Even if you're one of those who feel like they've had enough of
Korean movies recently, with a flood of unique films in the program
this festival is one you just have to endure. Recommended also to
advanced fans with a general knowledge of the genre, the festival
offers plenty of 'spicy' delicacies in accordance to its title.
Especially the set of films by Hong Sang Soo including "The Day a
Pig Fell Into the Well," "The Power of Kangwon Province," "Virgin
Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors" and "Turning Gate" is a section all
art film and repertory cinema aficionados should check out. Go and
judge by yourself if what you see tastes hot or rather sweet. Since
this is an event that is organized by film distributors in order to
introduce (and sell) their items, another point of concern is the
number of titles that change hands here.
- --Maru

http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/event_cgi/ev_viewE.cgi?1,2136


===============================================================
(3) Presents
===============================================================

We still accept applications for one of the ten copies of the
"Open Mind" compilation CD that was produced by Mori Art Museum
in connection with an event with the same title last December.
New on the Presents page this week are more CDs: three lucky
readers will receive one copy each of Flatic's first album
"Nano/Youth" (Plop).

To apply and for more info see:

http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/en/present/present.htm



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

Next week on RT:

- - Tokyo Editors' Diary

- - Out of Tokyo

- - Presents

and more…

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will be chosen and receive a little gift.

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Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2003 21:58:54 +1100
From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
Subject: Arizona State University: two jobs

Digital Animation, Graphics, and Visualization Developer/Senior Lecturer

The Institute for Studies in the Arts (ISA) at the Herberger College of Fine
Arts at Arizona State University (ASU) is seeking an artist, researcher and
qualified teacher specializing in 3D graphics, animation, and visualization.
The successful candidate will collaborate with artists, engineers and
researchers from other disciplines in state of the art facilities including
motion capture, performance stages, and engineering studios. Work will be
conducted in the parallel, integrated development of 3D graphics, animation,
rendering, visualization, motion capture, and customized graphics
programming for media and arts. Responsibilities also include the
presentation of papers, research, teaching, grant development, and industry
collaboration and participation. The ISA in collaboration with the other
units of the HCFA (Dance, Music, Visual Arts, Theatre, & Museum), the
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences and other disciplines at ASU,
supports creation, research, development, presentation and education at the
intersection of the arts and technology. This is a three year, renewable
appointment.

Minimum qualifications are BA/BFA/BS in related discipline and 7 years of
related professional experience, OR a Masters in a related discipline and 3
years of related professional experience, OR a Ph.D. in a related
discipline; a strong record in the creation and presentation of works
focusing on 3D graphics including animation, modeling, and scientific
visualization. Desired qualifications are some teaching experience, moderate
programming knowledge/experience, and advanced experience with 3D graphics;
experience with Maya, motion capture systems, rendering systems, and C++
programming.

Please send a CV and a letter of application detailing the reasons you are
applying for the position and how it fits in your professional plans to:

Gene Cooper, Chair of Search Committe, #7355
Institute for Studies in the Arts/CIRMAE
Arizona State University
PO Box 873302
Tempe, AZ 85287-3302

Application deadline is March 5, 2003; if not filled, 1st of the month
thereafter until search is closed. The anticipated start date is August 15,
2003. Arizona State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer.

Arts Technologies Developer & Theorist/Senior Lecturer

The Institute for Studies in the Arts (ISA) (http://isa.asu.edu) at the
Herberger College of Fine Arts (HCFA) at Arizona State University (ASU) is
seeking an artist, researcher and teacher specializing in arts technologies
development and theory. The successful candidate will collaborate with
artists, engineers and researchers from other disciplines in state of the
art facilities including motion capture studios, mediated performance
stages, and engineering studios. Work will be conducted in the parallel,
integrated development of hardware, software, content and theory for media
and arts. Responsibilities also include the presentation of papers,
research, teaching, grant development, and industry collaboration and
participation. The ISA in collaboration with the other units of the HCFA
(Dance, Music, Visual Arts, Theatre, & Museum), the College of Engineering
and Applied Sciences and other disciplines at ASU, supports creation,
research, development, presentation and education at the intersection of the
arts and technology. This is a 3 year, renewable appointment.

Minimum qualifications are Masters degree in a related discipline and 3
years of related professional experience or a Ph.D. in a related discipline;
a strong record of creation and presentation of art works involving
technology; demonstrated programming and interface development knowledge;
research record in arts and technology including papers, grants and
participation in interdisciplinary research projects. A Ph.D. in related
field is desired. Please send a CV and a letter of application detailing the
reasons you are applying for the position and how it fits in your
professional plans to:

Todd Ingalls, Chair of Search Committee, #7356
Institute for Studies in the Arts/CIRMAE
Arizona State University
PO Box 873302
Tempe, AZ 85287-3302

Application deadline is March 5, 2003; if not filled, 1st of the month
thereafter until search is closed. The anticipated start date is August 15,
2003. Arizona State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer.




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Date: Tue, 4 Feb 2003 15:19:50 +1100
From: dr.woooo {AT} NOMASTERS.ORG
Subject: dEadly mOb <Youth Out Bush Tour>

This is a multi-part message in MIME format.

- --bound1044332390
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

Hi All,

Deadly Mob (www.deadlymob.org) are about run a <YOuth Out Bush Tour>, 
workshoping, researching and discussing the Internet in Remote Central 
Centralian Communities. If anyone is interested in finding out more about this 
project or participating, email me (jay gibson) at jay {AT} deadlymob.org.
________________________________
dEadly mOb <Youth Out Bush Tour>

The Deadly Mob Youth Out Bush tour aims to provide youths in remote and rural 
locations with information on the Internet. One of the aims of the project is to
work with communities to find ways for youths to access IT (Information 
Technology), build awareness of the different uses of the internet and promote 
the Deadly Mob Internet Cafe - based at the Gap Youth Centre in Alice Springs. 

The 'Deadly Mob' team will visit remote and rural locations to work with young 
people in conjunction with their community. One of the aims is to assist 
communities to establish youth councils, liaise with urban-based youth services 
and assist with IT and community development training. 

Major elements of this project will be a Tour of Central Australian communities 
in the 2nd half of 2003. This tour will visit 16 major communities in Central 
and Southern region of the Northern Territory and will have the following 5 
facets:

* A presentation =96 using computer/data projector and online resources, to raise 
awareness of the Internet =96 what it is, what you can get from it, how you can 
use it for your own purposes. 

* A multimedia project =96 including teacher=92s packs, that involve young people in
identifying strong mentors on their communities, interviewing them and uploading
multimedia files, stories, video clips and photographs onto the website. We'll 
also generate community webpages and identify kids in that community that may 
want to take on the respoinsibility of maintaining the site.

* A competition =96 where young people paint broken computer mice, select one to 
represent the community and have a digital representation made into an 
icon/button on the dEadly mOb website, where each community=92s webpage can be 
accessed, viewed and amended. 

* Action Research -  identifying what computer and communications technology is 
already in the community, who has access to it and other related questions.  
Following the tour this data will be collated and recommendations made arising 
from what is suggested. Other partners indicating interest in the action 
research are Central Land Council, Telstra, Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi (Remote 
Family Service) and LATIS (this will be confirmed) 

* The concept of a Youth Council will be floated among young people in each 
community who show interest in the presentation and in new technology. The 
community would then be consulted regarding the recognition of these young 
people as those who could represent them in terms of IT and communications 
issues and other youth issues they may identify. Mentor Support and IT and other
training could then be provided to these identified young people.   

- --bound1044332390--


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Date: Wed, 05 Feb 2003 22:07:21 -0500
From: Cary Peppermint <mint77 {AT} restlessculture.net>
Subject: A Fever Lecture

This is a newly completed .mp3 version of one the technolectures from
"Conductor Number Seventeen."  This particular technolecture along with 6
other technolectures will be given Saturday, February 8th, 10pm at
Collective Unconscious in NYC.

The title of the lecture is "A Fever Lecture."  The "music" part of the
lecture was re-mixed at 7:12pm on Tuesday, February 4th, 2003.  The voice
track was recorded at 8:10pm and quickly deleted at 8:30pm and then a
vocal-preamble was recorded for the piece beginning at 8:42pm.  The preamble
was edited once at 9:03pm, eliminating what the artist (me) deemed excessive
use of the of the word "goddamn."  At 9:15pm the .aiff file was converted to
an .mp3 file and then promptly uploaded at 9:20pm for public reception at

http://www.restlessculture.net/downloads/fever_lecture.mp3

The piece runs at 10 minutes, 14 seconds.  It is an 11.7 MB download.  This
time is too long by popular music standards, however "A Fever Lecture" is
not intended as popular music.  I have a 56k dial-up connection and the
piece took exactly 23 minutes to upload so 56k users could expect roughly
the same amount of time for the download.  I imagine if you have a DSL/cable
connection or better this will be no problem.

Between now and May 2003 I will release 6 additional lectures from
"Conductor Number Seventeen" for download in .mp3 format.

Sincerely,
Cary Peppermint


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Date: Thu, 06 Feb 2003 13:55:41 +0000
From: "2003 FILE" <file2003file {AT} hotmail.com>
Subject: FILE 2003- electronic language international festival


The FILE 2003- electronic language international festival is now open for 
new registrations:
http://www.file.org.br/file2003ins/english/inscricoes.htm

The FILE SYMPOSIUM 2003- electronic language international festival is now 
open for new registrations:
http://www.file.org.br/file2003ins/english/insc_symposium.htm

This year the FILE 2003 electronic language international festival is 
launching a new project, the FILE HYPERSONICA that is also open for 
registrations:
http://www.file.org.br/file2003ins/english/insc_hipersonica.htm





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Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2003 12:28:07 +0100
From: Rob van Kranenburg <kranenbu {AT} xs4all.nl>
Subject: cfp  Corporal Literacy


CALL FOR PAPERS

Corporal Literacy

Maaike Bleeker: New developments in a variety of disciplines -  
ranging from philosophy to medicine to cognitive science - argue for 
a revaluation of the body as actively involved in processes of world 
making rather than a passive decoding machine. This revaluation of 
the body points to the necessity to change our understanding of the 
role of the body in processes of perception and meaning making. 
Corporal literacy understood as the bodily capacity to read and make 
sense also changes the notion of thought and meaning itself, the idea 
of what it means to do thinking, to make meaning, to rationalize. 
"What is important" write Lakoff and Johnson in their Philosophy in 
the Flesh, "is not just that we have bodies and that thought is 
somehow embodied. What is important is that the very peculiar nature 
of our bodies shapes our very possibilities for conceptualisation and 
categorization."  Corporal literacy describes these abilities of the 
body to perceive, read and make sense. It is a strategic term, with 
which we want to make a space for interaction and collaboration 
between researchers approaching questions of bodily meaning making 
from various backgrounds.

   George Lakoff and Mark Johnson. Philosophy in the Flesh. The 
Embodied Mind and its Challenge to Western Thought. Basic Books 1999: 
19

Rob van Kranenburg: In A future world of supersenses, Martin Rantzer 
of Ericsson Foresight claims:  "New communication senses will be 
needed in the future to enable people to absorb the enormous mass of 
information with which they are confronted," According to him the 
user interfaces we use today to transmit information to our brains 
threaten create a real bottleneck for new broadband services. "The 
boundaries of what constitutes consumer electronics and computers are 
getting blurred," said Gerard J. Kleisterlee, the chief executive of 
Royal Philips Electronics. "As we get wireless networking in the 
home, everything starts to talk to everything."  Implementing digital 
connecitivity in an analogue environment without a design for all the 
senses , without a concept of corporal literacy, leads to information 
overload. In a ubiquitous computing environment the new intelligence 
is extelligence, "knowledge and tools that are outside people's 
heads" (Stewart and Cohen, 1997) In a ubiquitous computing 
environment the user has to be not only textually and visually 
literate, both also have corporal literacy, that is an awareness of 
extelligence and a working knowledge of all the senses.  It is our 
claim in staking out a field of corporal literacy that  in 
contemporary performance and theatrical practice we find an 
actualization  of (and ways of dealing with) the bottleneck scenarios 
that are envisaged by information experts.

    At Big Consumer Electronics Show, the Buzz Is All About 
Connections January 13, 2003 By SAUL HANSELL, 
http://www.nytimes.com/2003/01/13/technology/13DIGI.html?ex=1043457162&ei=1&en=124b1e27fe81246e

A workshop/panel in the Conference: MULTILITERACIES: THE CONTACT ZONE
2003 International AILA Conference on Literacy
http://memling.rug.ac.be/aila

Submit abstracts by email in an attachment to kranenbu {AT} xs4all.nl and 
maaike.bleeker {AT} hum.uva.nl. Remember to give the name(s) of the 
author(s), affiliation, e-mail address, phone number, fax number and 
50 word biodate.

Location: Ghent, Belgium
Date: 22-27 September 2003
Call Deadline: 28 March, 2003
Contact Persons: Rob van Kranenburg - Maaike Bleeker
Contact Email:  kranenbu {AT} xs4all.nl - maaike.bleeker {AT} hum.uva.nl

IMPORTANT DATES:
Deadline for submission of abstracts: 28 March, 2003.
Notification of acceptance: 31 April, 2003.
Program available: 15 August, 2003.
Early bird registration: before 28 March, 2003

Details regarding the program, registration and hotel accommodation 
will be sent out in February 2003. If you submit an abstract, you 
will automatically receive this information
- -- 


web: http://simsim.rug.ac.be/staff/rob
mail: kranenbu {AT} xs4all.nl
mobile:
++32 (0) 472 40 63 72
Call home first 0032 9 2333 853


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Date: Fri, 31 Jan 2003 18:23:27 -0600
From: Jon Cates <jcates {AT} artic.edu>
Subject: criticalartware version.1.0.1

http://www.criticalartware.net

/* ======================= *
criticalartware
version.1.0.1
first public release
* ======================== */

/* ======================= *
INTRODUCING
* ======================== */

Introducing criticalartware, an application/platform for the 
discussion and development of contemporary code-based art 
theorypractices:

/* ======================= *
ARTWARE
* ======================== */

We are interested in "software" as a construct and context during the 
late 1960's/early 1970's and the recent present. We pair these two 
art historical moments to analyze the ways in which software 
functions as art and art functions as software. We are interested in 
early Video Art and it's relationship to current software-art or 
artware approaches.

/* ======================= *
V.1.0.1
* ======================== */

Version.1.0.1 of criticalartware intertwines interviews with Kate 
Horsfield of the Video Data Bank (www.vdb.org) and the founding 
members of Low-Fi (www.low-fi.org.uk). Building discourse between 
artists, activists and theorists, criticalartware will offer, 
intertwine and juxtapose interviews, experiences, tools, systems and 
documents from people who have been instrumental in these moments. In 
this manner, criticalartware will become a shared and open system of 
community resources.

/* ======================= *
INVITATION
* ======================== */

We invite artists, activists, developers, reverse engineers, 
theorists, programmers, contemporary historians, archivists, 
codeworkers and cultural agents of all kinds to join us. Share your 
perspectives and contribute to discussions and developments in these 
developing fields and histories. Responding to your input, our 
contributions and your responses, criticalartware will reshape and 
map those outcomes, providing a resource for dynamically determining 
contemporary histories and exploring current practices.

/* ======================= *
OPEN.CONNECTION
* ======================== */

http://www.criticalartware.net

/* ======================= *
CORE.DEVELOPERS
* ======================== */

Jon Cates
Jon Satrom
Ben Syverson

/* ======================= *
CONTRIBUTING.DEVELOPERS
* ======================== */

Aaron Baumle
Nick Hornby
Blithe Riley
Christian Ryan

/* ======================= *
CONTINUING.DEVELOPMENT
* ======================== */

http://www.criticalartware.net

/* ======================= *
END.MESSAGE
* ======================== */

If you are not interested in receiving criticalartware updates simply email:
goodbye {AT} criticalartware.net


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Date: Mon, 3 Feb 2003 15:29:18 -0500 
From: Dominique Fontaine <dfontaine {AT} fondation-langlois.org>
Subject: Recent News from the Daniel Langlois Foundation - February 2003

French version / Version franaise :
http://www.fondation-langlois.org/f/nouvelles/index.html 


[ Apologies for cross-posting / veuillez excuser les envois multiples ]

************************************************************************

*RECENT NEWS - FEBRUARY 2003*


*New Program at the Foundation* - The Foundation is proud to announce its
new program, STRATEGIC GRANTS FOR ORGANIZATIONS.

Press release:
http://www.fondation-langlois.org/e/informations/nouvelles/index.html 

To consult the program's guidelines:
http://www.fondation-langlois.org/e/programmes/program_org.html


*ANARCHIVE 2: DIGITAL SNOW Launched in Toronto*

After an initial launch of ANARCHIVE 2: DIGITAL SNOW in Montreal and Paris
last October, the Daniel Langlois Foundation and poxy Communications will
hold a second launch in Toronto on February 7.

Press release:
http://www.fondation-langlois.org/e/informations/nouvelles/index2.html 


*New Acquisitions by the Centre for Research and Documentation (CR+D)*

As we do every month, we're publishing a bibliography of the latest current
acquisitions made by the Foundation's Centre for Research and Documentation.

New Acquisitions List:
http://www.fondation-langlois.org/e/CRD/acquisitions/index.html 


*REMINDER*

*Descriptions of funded projects from organizations in 2002*

Following its last call for projects within its two programs for
organizations (the EXHIBITION, DISTRIBUTION AND PERFORMANCE PROGRAM FOR
ORGANIZATIONS and the PROGRAM FOR ORGANIZATIONS FROM EMERGING REGIONS, both
of which have now been suspended), the Foundation selected 19 projects, six
from Canada, three from the United Kingdom, two from Columbia, two from the
United States, and one from each of the following countries: Brazil, Ghana,
Latvia, Peru, the Netherlands and Sweden. 
You will find a more detailed description of the funded projects and their
participants here: http://www.fondation-langlois.org/e/projets/index.html 


*Three researchers in residence at the Centre for Research and Documentation

(CR+D) in 2003*

In response to a call for research proposals in its Program of Grants for
Researchers in Residence, the Foundation is happy to announce that three
eminent researchers are coming to Montreal. The three are Mona Jimenez
(United States)
[http://www.fondation-langlois.org/e/crd/residences/jimenez.html], Yvonne
Spielman (Germany)
[http://www.fondation-langlois.org/e/crd/residences/spielman.html] and
Ricardo Dal Farra (Argentina)
[http://www.fondation-langlois.org/e/crd/residences/dalfarra.html]. This
program is open to historians, curators, critics, independent researchers,
artists and scientists, including those working in computer science and
related fields in the humanities and social sciences. The research must be
conducted at the Foundation and focused on its documentation or archive
collections. Nevertheless, a research project may include activities outside
the CR+D (field work, laboratory activities, a workshop) and draw on
resources outside the Foundation. One of the program's aims is to develop
knowledge on the impact of new digital technologies on man and society.
Hence, grant recipients are invited to publish their research findings on
our Web site or place digitized documents on-line after first
contextualizing and interpreting them. 


*The 9 EVENINGS OF THEATRE AND ENGINEERING FONDS*

The Foundation is pleased to announce that it has acquired the 9 EVENINGS OF
THEATRE AND ENGINEERING FONDS. In 1965, with help from Robert Rauschenberg,
Billy Klver sought out the expertise of engineers at Bell Laboratories
research centre (Murray Hills, New Jersey, U.S.) to carry out an
interdisciplinary project blending avant-garde theatre, dance and new
technologies. The artists John Cage, Lucinda Childs, yvind Fahlstrm, Alex
Hay, Deborah Hay, Steve Paxton, Yvonne Rainer, Robert Rauschenberg, David
Tudor and Robert Whitman each produced an original performance piece.
Engineers were paired with the 10 artists to develop the technical
components used on stage by the participants (dancers, actors, musicians). 9
EVENINGS OF THEATRE AND ENGINEERING was to be presented within the Stockholm
Festival of Art and Technology in 1966. When the festival's American program
was cancelled, Billy Klver moved the performance series to the 69th
Regiment Armory in New York, where it ran from October 13 to 23, 1966.

These archives include in particular 35 and 16 mm films, sound recordings,
photographs, manuscripts, correspondence, technical drawings, and various
artifacts used as performance props.

Please take note that in date of December 2002, the Foundation has only
received part of these archives which include audio-visual documents used in
the making of two documentary films on performances by yvind Fahlstrm and
Robert Rauschenberg, respectively entitled Kisses Sweeter than Wine and Open
Score. A more detailled description of these archives will be available on
our Web site during the course of 2003.

************************************************************************

*About the Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science, and Technology*

The Daniel Langlois Foundation's purpose is to further artistic and
scientific knowledge by fostering the meeting of art and science in the
field of technologies. The Foundation seeks to nurture a critical awareness
of technology's implications for human beings and their natural and cultural
environments, and to promote the exploration of aesthetics suited to
evolving human environments. The Centre for Research and Documentation
(CR+D) seeks to document history, artworks and practices associated with
electronic and digital media arts and to make this information available to
researchers in an innovative manner through data communications.

************************************************************************


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Date: Wed, 05 Feb 2003 18:40:23 -0500
From: Rachel Greene <rachel {AT} rhizome.org>
Subject: tranmediale -- 1996 -2000

hi -- I am researching a book and want to talk to people who attended
transmediale during the years 1996-2000 (one or all of the events). if
willing to share thoughts and recollections, please email me privately.
thanks, rachel


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Date: Thu, 08 Feb 2001 12:41:41 +0200
From: Tapio Makela <tapio {AT} translocal.net>
Subject: fwd: 2 positions at UC Irvine, arts, computation, engineering

ASSISTANT PROFESSORS (2) IN ARTS, COMPUTATION AND ENGINEERING (ACE), 
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE

The University of California, Irvine (UCI) invites applications for two 
tenure-track cross-disciplinary positions in the area of Arts, Computation 
and Engineering (ACE), a new transdisciplinary program supported by the 
Claire Trevor School of the Arts, the Henry Samueli School of Engineering, 
and the School of Information and Computer Science. It emphasizes the 
development of cultural projects and practices involving real time 
computation and interaction. For details and application information, 
please visit http://www.ace.uci.edu.
The successful candidates will play a core role in the ACE graduate program 
and will have the opportunity to be centrally involved in the research 
agendas of the Arts Layer of the California Institute for 
Telecommunications and Information Technology (www.calit2.net). These 
include the visualization, simulation and interaction lab, the Game Culture 
and Technology Lab, and a (proposed) Center for Research in Interactive, 
Telematic and Immersive Culture.
The campus has a vigorous research and teaching presence in such areas as 
digital media arts, interactive installation, electronic music, embodied 
interaction, live performance, game culture and technology, computer 
graphics, immersive visualization and simulation, HCI, CSCW, robotics, 
sensors, wireless and ubiquitous computing. We are seeking candidates in 
any area of computing or engineering and the arts that will complement or 
bolster these emphases.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Computer Science or Engineering, an MFA/MA 
in Digital Arts, dual degrees, or demonstrated equivalent experience, with 
strong research credentials as evidenced by scholarly publications, 
research projects and/or public exhibition and projects.
Applications should include a cover letter, a statement of purpose 
including a page each on pedagogy and research, an up-to-date CV, three 
recent publications, audio visual documentation of research/practice, and 
letters from three to five references. Documentation of projects can be 
submitted on CD (Mac/PC compatible) or VHS video. Websites and online 
projects can be submitted on CD. Electronic applications are highly 
preferable. Instructions for the submission of electronic applications can 
be found at: http://www.ics.uci.edu/about/jobs/faculty.php and questions 
regarding the process should be directed to profrecruit {AT} ics.uci.edu or:
ATTN: ACE Search
Dr. Nader Bagherzadeh Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering 305 
Engineering Tower
University of California
Irvine, CA 92697-2625
USA

Application screening will begin immediately upon receipt of curriculum 
vitae. Maximum consideration will be given to applications received by 
February 28, 2003.
The University of California, Irvine is an equal opportunity employer 
committed to excellence through diversity, has an active career partner 
program and a National Science Foundation Advance Gender Equity Program.


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