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Table of Contents:

   n o  c o n c e p t - call for entries                                           
     festival garage <info {AT} garage-g.de>                                              

   Lounge Lighter - Video im Museum Ludwig                                         
     Videonale <mail {AT} catrini.de>                                                     

   Electronic Art + Architecture from Switzerland, in ;adrid                       
     MediaLab Madrid <info {AT} medialabmadrid.org>                                       

   di-fusion is BACK!                                                              
     John Hopkins <jhopkins {AT} uiah.fi>                                                 

   DIGITALIS 2: The Spiritual In Digital Art                                       
     electric {AT} telus.net                                                              

   international \ media \ art \ award 2003: Constructed Life:                     
     list <list {AT} sanart.info>                                                         

   7.2.+++lothringer13/halle                                                       
     "Christian Schoen" <c.schoen {AT} gmx.de>                                            

   METAPOD DIGITAL ARTS FESTIVAL                                                   
     Rebsmason {AT} aol.com                                                               

   Cary Peppermint: Performance/Exposure/Seance/Technolecture                      
     Cary Peppermint <mint77 {AT} restlessculture.net>                                    

   Open call for participation...prints, politics and Boston                       
     <bazooka {AT} mail.utexas.edu>                                                       

                                                                                   
     electric {AT} telus.net                                                              

           ://no war media marathon                                                
     klaas {AT} streamminister.de                                                         

   ZEROGLAB - NANOFESTIVAL #001 / REMINDER                                         
     "=?iso-8859-1?B?S+Fyb2x5IFTzdGg=?=" <are {AT} xs4all.nl>                             

   CFP Electronic Theory and Criticism - MLA 2003                                  
     Vika Zafrin <vika {AT} wordsend.org>                                                 



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Date: Tue, 4 Feb 2003 12:23:47 +0100
From: festival garage <info {AT} garage-g.de>
Subject: n o  c o n c e p t - call for entries


German version below. Please forward this to any individuals or mailing
lists that you feel it would be of interest to.



Call for Entries:
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7th festival garage in August 2003 in Stralsund / Germany
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n o  c o n c e p t  -  a description of conditions
- ---------------------------------------------------------


Everything is possible, everything is open, everything can be done, nothing
is clearly defined.

With the apparently permanent expansion of the individual room for action
different modes of behaviour develop in dealing with the existing social and
cultural structures.

Pragmatism on one side, purposeful acting, reduced to the necessary and
practically useful, a striving for order and security. Inability to act on
the other side, resulting from a growing feeling of blurredness, of
insecurity and disorientation.

Social vacuum? Malfunction of the system? "...instability as the normal
state?" Trial and Error as the future strategy? Insecurity as a creative
force, accident as a generative mechanism? What is normality, what is
defined as normal?

garage 03 is searching for artists' positions, comments and strategies on
the topic insecurity and disorientation. Send us your proposals for
presentations, installations, performances, projects, papers, and workshops.
It is possible to submit already realised projects or concepts for projects,
which are to be developed for the festival topic and/or to be realised
during the festival.

Deadline: 30th April 2003 application forms and info:
http://www.garage-g.de/call03

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all proposals should be submitted to:

garage c/o Stabenow
Husemannstr. 12
10435 Berlin Germany

questions?
T +49 (0) 30 441 20 15
F +49 (0) 30 44357415
info {AT} garage-g.de
- ---------------------------------------------------------



garage is platform for art and culture. It is situated in the midst of the
silo area in Stralsund's old port and understands itself as a
non-commercial, temporally limited space for the support of
interdisciplinary and individual projects with a focus on art, film and
music.




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Ausschreibung
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7. Festival garage im August 2003 in Stralsund
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n o  c o n c e p t  -  eine Zustandsbeschreibung
- ---------------------------------------------------------


Alles ist moeglich, alles ist offen, alles ist machbar - nichts ist klar
definiert.

Mit der scheinbar permanenten Erweiterung des individuellen
Handlungsspielraums entwickeln sich verschiedene Verhaltensweisen im Umgang
mit den existierenden sozialen und kulturellen Strukturen.

Pragmatismus auf der einen Seite, zweckbestimmtes Handeln, auf das
Notwendige und praktisch Nuetzliche reduziert, ein Streben nach Ordnung und
Sicherheit. Handlungsunfaehigkeit auf der andern Seite durch ein zunehmendes
Gefuehl der Unschaerfe, der Unsicherheit und Orientierungslosigkeit.

Gesellschaftlicher Unterdruck? Fehler im System? Instabilitaet als
Normalzustand? Trial and Error als Strategie der Zukunft? Unsicherheit als
kreative Kraft, Zufall als generativer Mechanismus? Was ist Normalitaet, was
wird als normal definiert?

garage 03 sucht nach kuenstlerischen Positionen, Kommentaren und
Handlungsstrategien zum Thema Unsicherheit/Orientierungslosigkeit.
Eingereicht werden koennen Vorschlaege für Ausstellungen, Installationen,
Performances, Projekte, Vortraege und Workshops. Es ist moeglich, bereits
realisierte Projekte vorzuschlagen oder aber Konzeptionen fuer Projekte, die
zum Thema entwickelt und/oder waehrend des Festivals realisiert werden
sollen.


Einsendeschluss: 30. April 2003
Anmeldeformular und infos unter: http://www.garage-g.de/call03

- ---------------------------------------------------------
Ideen, Vorschlaege, Projektbeschreibung, Material bitte an:

garage c/o Stabenow
Husemannstr. 12
10435 Berlin Germany

Fragen?
T +49 (0) 30 441 20 15
F +49 (0) 30 44357415
info {AT} garage-g.de
- ---------------------------------------------------------



garage versteht sich als Plattform für zeitgenoessische Kunst und Kultur. Sie
ist gelegen inmitten der Hafen- und Speicherstadt Stralsunds und versteht
sich als zeitlich begrenzter Raum für die Foerderung interdisziplinaerer sowie
einzelkuenstlerischer Projekte mit den Schwerpunkten bildende Kunst, Musik
und Film.


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Date: Tue, 04 Feb 2003 18:46:09 +0100
From: Videonale <mail {AT} catrini.de>
Subject: Lounge Lighter - Video im Museum Ludwig



* * * Lounge Lighter - Die Videonale zu Gast im Museum Ludwig


Beginn: Donnerstag, 6. Februar, 19 Uhr

mit Arbeiten von Sadie Benning, Paul Garrin, Jean-Francois Guiton und
Ken Feingold aus der Sammlung der Videonale -
präsentiert von Catrin Lorch und Petra Unnützer.


An sechs Abenden geht es in der Videolounge um die zwanzigjährige
Geschichte der internationalen Videoszene. Fünf Institutionen sind
eingeladen, die eigene Arbeit vorzustellen, die seit vielen Jahren mit
der Videonale verknüpft ist. Dazu gehören Lori Zippay von Electronic
Arts Intermix, New York, das Video-Forum im Neuen Berliner Kunstverein
(ein Vortrag von Kathrin Becker), ein Kunstmagazin auf Video *ZappÑ
(Corinne Groot und Rob van de Ven, Amsterdam), die Künstlerin und
Professorin Marie-Jose Burki aus Brüssel und Rudolf Frieling, der über
den Internationalen Medienkunstpreis und die Sammlung im Zentrum für
Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe, spricht. Eröffnet wird die Reihe
mit einem Vortrag von Catrin Lorch und Petra Unnützer über die
Videonale, die im nächsten Jahr zum zehnten Mal im Rheinland stattfindet
und damit eines der ältesten internationalen Festivals überhaupt ist.

Videokunst ist ein Medium und eine Szene. Denn mit der Kunst
entwickelten sich eigene Strukturen, die sowohl an den Film wie auch die
Bildende Kunst angelehnt sind. Die Referenten stellen deshalb die eigene
Arbeit in Verbindung mit herausragenden Arbeiten von Künstlern auf Video
vor. Dazu gehören Dara Birnbaum, Sadie Benning, Hohan Grimonprez, Pierre
Huyghe, Marijke van Warmerdam, Kristin Lucas, Nam June Paik, Jozef
Robakowski, Marie-Jose Burki, Nan Hoover, Tracey Emin und Daniel Pflumm.
Tapes werden als Programm bis zur nächsten Veranstaltung in der
Videolounge präsentiert.


Alle Termine:

Do. 6. Feb.  Die Videonale, ein Festival, Catrin Lorch, Petra Unnützer
Do. 20. Feb.  Zapp: Magazin für Kunst/Video, Corinne Groot und Rob van
de Veen
Do., 6. März  Electronic Arts Intermix: Distributeur, Lori Zippay
Do. 20. März  Das Video Forum des Neuen Berliner Kunstvereins (NBK),
Kathrin Becker
Do. 3. April  Video-Lehre, Marie Josè Burki
Do. 17. April Festival und Kollektion, Rudolf Frieling

Jeweils um 19 Uhr.


Weitere Infos unter: mail {AT} catrini.de


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Date: Wed, 05 Feb 2003 14:00:28 +0100
From: MediaLab Madrid <info {AT} medialabmadrid.org>
Subject: Electronic Art + Architecture from Switzerland, in ;adrid

>Este mensaje tiene formato MIME. Al no reconocer su lector de
correo este formato, puede que todo o parte del mensaje resulte ilegible.


Programa de Conferencias

Lugar: Auditorio del Centro Cultural Conde Duque

Martes 11 de febrero
Annika Blunck/Rebecca Picht, VIPER – Festival Internacional de cine, vídeo y
nuevos medios 
Horario: de 17:00h a 19:00h

Miércoles 12 de febrero
Kai Strehlke, ETH Zürich
Horario: de 12:00h a 14:00h




Exposición de Arte Electrónico Suizo Actual
Del 12 de febrero al 9 de marzo de 2003
Vídeo, CD-Rom, Net.art, Instalaciones Virtuales e Interactivas


- -Kai Strehlke (ETH),
- -Monika Studer y Christoph van  den Berg
- -VIPER: Grrrr.net,Andreas Hofer , LAN (Local Area Network) , Nicolas Party ,
Roman Schnyder , Christof Seiler , Maria Iorio / Raphael Cuomo , Marika
Rakoczy / Uli Koscher , Max Philipp Schmid , Denis Savary , Claudia Schmidt
/ Zwischen jetzt und später.

Centro Cultural Conde Duque
Caja Suiza, Patio CCCD y MediaLabMadrid
C/Conde Duque, 9
28015 Madrid


Con el título de MediaSpace Suiza se presenta en Madrid por primera vez un
representativo programa del arte electrónico suizo actual. Esta muestra
sobre el espacio mediático suizo explora sus dimensiones geográficas,
arquitectónicas, mediáticas y artísticas. Se encuentra ubicada, además, en
el espacio de la Caja Suiza, resultado de un concurso al que fueron
invitados cinco estudios de arquitectura de jóvenes artistas suizos. El
proyecto realizado es el del estudio BÉBOUX-BENDER ARCHITECTS, LAUSSANNE.
Se trata de un pabellón que representará a la arquitectura contemporánea
de Suiza, país invitado en Arco ’03, hasta Noviembre 2003.

Entre el paisaje tópico y virtual planteado por Monika Studer y Christoph
van den Berg, las arquitecturas digitales e interactivas de Kai Strehlke o
el matriz ficticio y urbano del colectivo grrr..., MediaSpace Suiza ofrece
algunas de las propuestas más innovadoras de la cultura digital de un país
que cuenta con una de las tasas más altas de ordenador por persona en el
mundo. Con el objetivo de propiciar el diálogo entre el arte electrónico
suizo y español, la muestra invita además a un encuentro con Annika Blunck
y Rebecca Picht, directoras del Festival Internacional de Cine, Vídeo y
Nuevos Medios, VIPER, de Basilea. Ambas ofrecen una introducción al arte
electrónico suizo, así como a la trayectoria y perspectiva del Festival
VIPER, para conocer más de cerca las singularidades del espacio mediático
y artístico de éste país alpino, tanto en su contexto local como global.

Por otra parte, el arquitecto Kai Strehlke, catedrático del departamento
de Arquitectura & CAAD del Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, de
Zürich (ETHZ)  reflexiona acerca de las nuevas relaciones y conexiones
entre el espacio físico y arquitectónico, por una parte, y el espacio
mediático y virtual, por otra, a través de la presentación de algunos de
los proyectos más avanzadas de investigación y desarrollo, llevados acabo
en el ETHZ.

+

Instalación telemática interactiva:Paul Sermon, The tables turned, three
parts _29.01.2003-30.03.2003, MediaLabMadrid,Centro Cultural Conde Duque
(Madrid) conectado a banquete_ en directo

Se trata de una instalación telemática de videoconferencia en conexión
simultánea entre el Palau de la Virreina de Barcelona, el ZKM de Karslruhe
y MedialabMadrid, que forma parte del proyecto Banquete_ , coproducido por
los centros mencionados. www.banquete.org



___________________________________
Kepa Landa
Coordinador

MediaLab Madrid
www.medialabmadrid.org
www.cibervision.org
T: (34) 91 559 85 21
Centro Cultural Conde Duque.
C/Conde Duque 11.   Madrid  28015


___________________________________
Kepa Landa
Coordinador

MediaLab Madrid
www.medialabmadrid.org
www.cibervision.org
T: (34) 91 559 85 21
Centro Cultural Conde Duque.
C/Conde Duque 11.   Madrid  28015




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Date: Fri, 7 Feb 2003 18:30:19 -0700
From: John Hopkins <jhopkins {AT} uiah.fi>
Subject: di-fusion is BACK!

(apologies for cross-posting!)

neoscenes occupation project 5:
di-fusion as an embodiment of network praxis is back!

call for participation

date//time:
09:00 18.April - 09:00 19.April.2003 (GMT-6) Boulder
11:00 18.April - 11:00 19.April.2003 (GMT-4) New York
16:00 18.April - 16:00 19.April.2003 (GMT+1) London
18:00 18.April - 18:00 19.April.2003 (GMT+3) Helsinki
20:30 18.April - 20:30 19.April.2003 (GMT+5:30) New Delhi
01:00 19.April - 01:00 20.April.2003 (GMT+10) Sydney

live location:
Sibell-Wolle Fine Arts Building, Techne Labs - N274/5
University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, USA

URL: (provisional) http://art.colorado.edu/di-fusion

di-fusion: a live & online open-platform happening for creative 
expression and action. The happening will simultaneously occupy 
global network spaces and a local physical space with collaborative 
performance, sound, music, DJ/VJ, and video events. We will be 
streaming audio and video during the entire 24 hours as well as 
hosting a variety of local and remote activities. Several global 
locations will be networked with us as well.

di-fusion: looking for more local and remote participants. People 
with sound, music, and video works that they would like included in 
the streaming broadcast are invited to send hardcopy in any form (no 
returns) or the URL of digital files. Proposals for 
remote/interactive participation via MAX, ISDN, Internet2, IRC, 
iVisit, CUSeeMe, streaming remix, or other telecom tools are welcome. 
Stay tuned! Join us!

If you wish to be included on the di-fusion mailing list, please 
contact jhopkins {AT} uiah.fi

di-fusion
University of Colorado - Boulder
Dept. of Fine Arts
Campus Box 0318
Boulder, Colorado
80309-0318 USA

di-fusion: deployed as neoscenes occupation project #5 -- designed to 
bring together people, networks, learning, and creative action.  more 
info may be found at http://neoscenes.net/neoscene/.

di-fusion: launched by the TECHNE practice-based research initiative 
at the University of Colorado at Boulder, USA, and is brought to you 
by the students in the FINE-4126 Advanced Digital Art course in 
collaboration with their teacher, visiting artist, John Hopkins. 
TECHNE is located at http://art.colorado.edu

please circulate this call!


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Date: Sun, 9 Feb 2003 16:23:38 -0800
From: electric {AT} telus.net
Subject: DIGITALIS 2: The Spiritual In Digital Art

The Digitalis Digital Art Society (http://www.ddas.ca/ddas) and the 
Evergreen Cultural Centre (http://www.evergreenculturalcentre.ca/) are 
pleased to present DIGITALIS 2: THE SPIRITUAL IN DIGITAL ART, an 
international exhibition of 31 digital print artists, as well as 2 
installations,  5 CD-ROMs, 6 web sites, 2 videos, 2 audio works and 3 
performances from Canada, Argentina, Israel, Austria, Chile, Spain, 
Italy, Hungary, Poland, Great Britain, Australia and the United States.

Opening Friday, February 21 from 7 - 10 PM, the exhibition will run 
until March 29.

Opening night performances by Joseph Franklyn & Donna McElroy (US), 
Christina McPhee (US) and the Mac Classics (Canada) begin at 7 PM. 
Watch for DIGITALIS Internet radio available soon at 
http://www.ddas.ca/ddas.

The Evergreen Cultural Centre is located at 1205 Pinetree Way, 
Coquitlam, BC, 30 minutes by car or 50 minutes by bus from Vancouver, 
British Columbia, Canada. Gallery hours are Monday to Saturday, noon to 
5 PM. Thursdays to 8 PM. The Gallery phone # is 604-927-6550.

 From Vancouver by car: Take highway 1 east to exit 44 and follow 
highway 7 (not 7A). Do not make any turns as highway 7 will turn into 
Pinetree Way. After crossing Guildford make an immediate right turn 
into the Evergreen parking lot.

 From Vancouver by bus: From Burrard Station (Bay 8) or anywhere east 
along Hastings Street take the '160 Port Coquitlam Centre' bus to 
Coquitlam station. Transfer to the '97 B-Line Lougheed Station' bus up 
to Guildford and Pinetree. During rush hour only (3:00pm - 6:00 pm) the 
160 bus goes all the way to Guildford and Pinetree direct.

For more information please contact James K-M, DIGITALIS 2 curator, at 
electric {AT} telus.net.


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Date: Fri, 09 Jan 1970 15:46:06 -0800
From: list <list {AT} sanart.info>
Subject: international \ media \ art \ award 2003: Constructed Life:

Baden-Baden, Germany
SWR Südwestrundfunk & ZKM
\\international \ media \ art \ award 2003: Constructed Life: Scenarios of
Fiction - among computer games, cyber-sex, nanobytes and robotic arts
This year the \\international\media\art\award wants to know from artists all
over the world: How do you see the «Constructed Life»? What is your vision
of our future? Where are the chances and dangers of this development?
http://www.medienkunstpreis.de
One impact of global medias on culture and economy, on politics and society
is the progressive substitution of the mechanisms of the social construction
of reality by the mechanisms of the media construction of reality. The media
are not only fields of action but also the constructors of prescriptions for
the action. «How to make things with media»: that¹s the performative turn of
media society. 

>From laptop-music to the standardized entertainments industry, from the
computer game to genetic engineering, from the daily «chat» in the Internet
to the use of intelligent tools, we see the increase of constructibility and
artificiality. Whether in business and in correspondence, whether in leisure
time or in private relationships ú for their organization we use the virtual
data space. 

This year the \\international\media\art\award wants to know from artists all
over the world: How do you see the «Constructed Life»? What is your vision
of our future? Where are the chances and dangers of this development?
- - Peter Weibel - 

The competition for the \\international\media\art\award 2003 is being
jointly organised by Südwestrundfunk Baden-Baden (SWR) and ZKM | Center for
Art and Media Karlsruhe in cooperation with the Swiss television station SF
DRS, and ARTE. This award is the successor to the International Video Art
Award, awarded for the first time in 1992. The general term »media art« is
intended to provide a forum on the television and in the general public for
artistic videos as well as other media and interactive arts projects.

\\\\\ prizes \\\\ 

\\international\media\art\award 2003 \\ VIDEO \ EUR 12,000

\\ international\media\art\award 2003 \\ INTERACTIVE \ EUR 12,000

special award \\ production at ZKM and TV documentary on SWR viewers' award
\\non-monetary prize
Rok prijave: 01/04/03
 
Kontakt: 
SWR Südwestrundfunk
Redaktion Medienkunstpreis
D-76522 Baden-Baden
Germany
medienkunstpreis {AT} swr.de




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BORDEAUX INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF WOMEN IN CINEMA
Call for submissions.
- - FEATURE FILMS, 35 mm, over 60 minutes running time.
Submission deadline : July 15th, 2003

- - SHORT FILMS, 35 mm, not to exceed 30 minutes running time.
Submission deadline: June 14th,2003 2003

- - DOCUMENTARIES, 35 mm or Beta SP(PAL), not to exceed 60 minutes running
time. 
Submission deadline: June 14th, 2003
Rok prijave: Short films and documentaries - June 14th, feature films - July
15th, 2003.
 
Kontakt: 
Festival International du Cinéma au Féminin
Sonja Wiemann or Marie Barbier
9 rue du Hameau
75015 Paris
France
tel: + 33. 1. 56. 36. 17. 91
s.wiemann {AT} cinemafeminin.com
http://www.cinemafeminin.com




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SANART art and culture network

http://www.sanart.info



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Date: Tue, 4 Feb 2003 15:01:24 +0100
From: "Christian Schoen" <c.schoen {AT} gmx.de>
Subject: 7.2.+++lothringer13/halle

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
the chrono-files
from time-based art to database

opening: 7.2.2003, 7p.m.
_______________________________

With Jörg Auzinger, Michael Aschauer, Maia Gusberti, Sepp Deinhofer und Nik
Thoenen, Peter Cornwell, Anja Krautgasser, infossil, Niki Passath, Axel
Heide und Onesandzeros, Philip Pocock und Gregor Stehle

Digital technology has transformed how we communicate, record data or how we
store information. Individual and collective memory data  represent a new
material culture in which the value of the original is determined not by its
aura but by its worldwide availability. The duration of this culture is
characterised by the fragility of storage hardware, its dependence on
energy, the continuous transferral of data onto new hardware and the
necessary adaptation to new technical norms. The projects being presented in
the lothringer13/halle as part of the exhibition “the chrono-files” are
devoted to questions surrounding the temporary nature of stored data, its
material features and the potential of a digital archive comprising all
formats: texts, language, images, films, music and useable data all being
digitally stored. Whilst film or video contain chemically or magnetically
fixed information that is selected using a prescribed technique, in the
computer-based arts it is the programmes written by the artists themselves
that determine which images and sounds are rendered from this data in
real-time. Events of the present, whether at the same place or on the Net,
are variables of algorithms that influence the shape of the artwork.

In “switch enlightment” Jörg Auzinger (Austria) reflects the confrontations
of traditional media storage (such as books) with electronic forms of
communication. “./logicaland” is a socio-political online game developed by
Michael Aschauer, Maia Gusberti, Sepp Deinhofer and Nik Thoenen (Austria)
that examines the access to the Net and consequently to the global digital
archive. Peter Cornwell (GB) designed “MetaPlex”, the vision of a “museum
without walls" (McLuhan) of the present, enabling three-dimensional access
to video films from diverse archives (ICA, ZKM, lothringer13/spiegel). Anja
Krautgasser (Austria) uses <IP-III> to demonstrate the synthetic
transformation of data used on the Net into three-dimensional architecture
and sound (music: Dieter Kovacic). infossil (Germany) describes the
principle of energy and information. The robot by Niki Passath (Austria)
generates images from the Internet before then tattooing them onto human
skin. As part of “unmovie.org” Axel Heide, Onesandzeros, Philip Pocock and
Gregor Stehle (Germany/France) passed a databank of anonymous films on to
‘programmed’ agents whose online discussions influence the film selection
through key-words. Via a WirelessLan  the visitors are enabled to use
laptops situated throughout the whole area of lothringer13 to merely observe
or even influence the agents’ discussions, which in turn influences the
video stream. The co-operation with “unmovie.org” is the beginning of the
long-term art infrastructure project artchalking.org, sponsored by
[m]Medienforum Muenchen e.V.

The exhibition was organised in co-operation with the University of Applied
Art in Vienna and artchalking, [m]Medienforum Muenchen e.V., Press- and
Information Office City of Munich (www.muenchen.de) and is sponsored by M”
net – Telekommunikation für München und Bayern and Street Vision Ltd.,
London.

Curators: Margit Rosen and Dr Christian Schoen
A catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

the chrono-files
from time-based art to database
opening: 7.2.2003, 7p.m.
Duration:
8.2. bis 9. März 2003
Tue-Sun 1p.m. - 7p.m.

- --------------------
lothringer13/halle
Ort für aktuelle Kunst und neue Medien
Lothringer Str. 13
D-81667 Muenchen
T: +89-4 48 69 61
M: +170-9 66 31 91
F: +89-6 88 62 44
http://www.lothringer13.de/english/index.htm


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Date: Tue, 04 Feb 2003 10:01:48 -0500
From: Rebsmason {AT} aol.com
Subject: METAPOD DIGITAL ARTS FESTIVAL

Metapod Digital Arts Festival
27 February – 3 March 2003

The third Metapod Festival, the only event of its type in the West
Midlands showcasing innovative art and creative projects using new media,
will take place to coincide with FACT’s BitParts commissions. Following
on from the sell-out success of Metapod Festival 2001, the festival in
2003 focuses on the fusion of Old and New Media. Metapod Festival will
take place in Birmingham and provide a base for visitors to experience the
BitParts commissions in the wider region.

Metapod Festival includes new commissions from a number of artists
including:

Herwig Weiser’s Intimator at the Shopfront, The Greenhouse, Custard
Factory, 28 February - 15 March. The Intimator draws our attention to the
hidden body of computer technology: the precious metals that are contained
in the monitors and circuit boards and the heavy, oily, ferrous fluid that
flows through every computer.  Weiser uses these ingredients and
alchemically transforms them into a dynamic, kinetic sound sculpture.

Lewis Paul will be combining his interest in film and digital techniques
through his piece on BMX bikers from Birmingham. Shown as projected film
works, Flatlanders engages the talent and personalities of BMX and bike
culture in Birmingham’s centre and surrounding landscapes, Custard
Factory Gallery, 28 February - 3 March.

London based James Coupe and Hedley Roberts will develop their work I,
Robot (Phase 2) inviting visitors to convince four ‘intelligent’
robots in need of parents that they are a suitable father or mother. I,
Robot (Phase 2) runs from 28 February - 3 March at the Custard Factory
Gallery.

Regional artists Funding Pending will be recycling 30 years of videos from
Vivid’s archive with their new piece Dead Media.  Passers-by will be
enticed inside an occupied shop front where they will encounter an
environment reminiscent of an episode of the X-Files set in an obsolete
branch of Dixon’s.  Showing at Cathedral Square, Birmingham, 1 - 8 March

Group 7 present Internet Exploder a browsing environment that offers a
more tangible experience of cyberspace than the ‘flat glass’ browsing
sessions we are used to – a projected interactive installation looking
at the role of the browser in contemporary communication. Internet
Exploder is showing at the Custard Factory Reception, 28 February- 3
March.

Darryl Georgiou’s T(oy)ime Machine is a very ‘Old’ piece of
‘New’ media. A curious mix of memories and memorabilia in which TV
characters are brought to life through a combination of multi-sensory
sounds, objects, voices and theme tunes of yesteryear.  It takes those who
play with it to a world where magic still happens.  T(oy)ime Machine can
be seen at the Custard Factory Gallery, 28 February- 3 March.

Music performances and DJ sets will be provided by artists and promoters
including Brian Duffy and Kaffe Mathews, Capsule, Cold Rice and Home
Cookin’.

Alongside these highly inventive and visually exciting installations and
performances will be a series of workshops and seminar programmes. In
particular, the festival will work with the Young People’s Parliament
and University of the First Age at Millennium Point to provide a real
platform for young people to contribute and comment on their experiences
and future hopes in new media production. FACT and Metapod present England
Streaming 2 showcasing the potential for community and interactive
broadcast in the region. There will also be Opportunities Day: a seminar
providing an opportunity to find out about funding programmes, industrial
contacts and networking groups in the region.

This festival marks an exciting new phase for Metapod as it prepares to
relocate to new offices at c-PLEX in West Bromwich. Founded in 1999 with
Light House Wolverhampton, Metapod seeks to further develop its commitment
to emergent artists and practice through the provision of the annual
festival and a series of initiatives and networks for advocacy and
facilitation for artists. This work will be developed and expanded through
a range of partners and collaborators such such as c-Plex, Vivid, Capsule
and FACT. Metapod also coincides with Bitparts, a series of seven newly
commissioned digital arts projects by leading British and international
artists, showing throughout the West Midlands, February - April 2003.
 
For further details contact rebsmason {AT} aol.com
www.metapodfestival.com


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Date: Tue, 04 Feb 2003 13:26:57 -0500
From: Cary Peppermint <mint77 {AT} restlessculture.net>
Subject: Cary Peppermint: Performance/Exposure/Seance/Technolecture

- ------------------
CONDUCTOR NUMBER SEVENTEEN VERSION 2.0
- ------------------

An evening with Performance Artist Cary Peppermint as he presents a raw,
improvisational and "lite" version release of "Conductor Number Seventeen"
the latest in his ongoing series of performances or "Technolectures."

Featuring special guests Jai (Ja-ee) Cha & Eriko Tamura!

http://www.restlessculture.net/conductor


- ------------------
Saturday February 8th, 2003, 10PM
Collective Unconscious, 145 Ludlow Street, NYC - 212.254.5277
$5.00 Admission at the door

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

Conductor Number Seventeen is Cary Peppermint's latest version in a
continuing series of multi-media performances first conceived by the artist
for "PORT", a pioneering exhibition of new media technologies and online
strategies initiated by Artnetweb at the MIT List Visual Arts Center in
January of 1997.  Peppermint's Conductor performances deal directly and
brazenly with issues of mediation by incorporating live video/surveillance
technology that requires viewers to observe in simultaneity the actual
performance event and the real-time (live) approximation of that event.  In
Conductor performances Peppermint engages multiple technologies to deliver
his own discourse of spoken language and techno-music that he terms
"Technolectures."  Through both high & low-tech devices including halogen
work-lamps, laptop computers, and even a ukulele, Peppermint questions the
effectiveness and potential of the "live" performer.

Past performances have included varied performance-art "jam-sessions"
including Peppermint conducting his techno-lectures from the confines of a
pine-box for Conductors Number One and Nine and sealing himself off
completely in an 14 by 14 room for "Conductor number Zero."

"With regard to CN17, I like to consider the invention of the phonograph and
its early alternate label of 'ghost-box.' The 'ghost-box' produced voices
from people who did not exist... at least in physical presence. To reproduce
the 'live' event is to be involved with the work of the 'dead', the very act
of (media) entombment.²  - Cary Peppermint 2002


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Date: Tue, 4 Feb 2003 19:35:29 -0600
From: <bazooka {AT} mail.utexas.edu>
Subject: Open call for participation...prints, politics and Boston

Passing this on,
bazooka
_________

Delivered-To: bazooka {AT} MAIL.UTEXAS.EDU
Date: Tue, 04 Feb 2003 10:17:59 -0500
From: William Fisher <wwfisher {AT} alltel.net>
Subject: Open call for participation...prints, politics and Boston

Dear Folks,

All are invited to participate in an international collaborative 
project taking place during the 2003 SGC conference in Boston, April 
2-5 
(<http://www.sgcprintconference2003.org/>http://www.sgcprintconference2003.org/). 
You would be able to contribute from your office, home, or at the 
conference.  Details are included here pasted below as well.  Some of 
you have been contacted previously and will be receiving an update 
soon, along with those of you who respond to William Fisher 
<wwfisher {AT} alltel.net>.  Please reply as soon as possible if 
interested, and you will be included on the list of participants.

All the best,

Bill Fisher

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

February 1, 2003

Dear Artist,

We are writing to invite your participation in an event held in 
conjunction with the Boston 2003 Southern Graphics Council 
Conference.  Our accepted Proposal to the Conference Hosts (posted 
below) outlines an international e-collaboration to take place over a 
24-hour period, 5:00 PM EST Tursday April 3 through 5:00 PM Friday 
April 4, 2003.  All that is needed to participate is access to the 
internet, email, and/or a fax machine for a  few hours.  If other 
modes of electronic replication and communication (a scanner, digital 
camera e.g.) are available, they are welcome.  The proposal involves 
the use of remote hubs around the world with individuals transferring 
information among this hub network using the available technology. We 
will staff a 24-hour hub in Boston using incoming text and imagery in 
a conglomorate fashion to make silkscreen prints, transfers, etc. 
which will then be scanned or digitally photographed and sent back 
out through the  network.  We hope to raise thoughts on the 
decentrilization of information, democracy, entitlement, empowerment 
through communication, and the distribution of authorship.  If you 
have ideas on hub participants (hubbers?  hubbies? huboteurs?) in 
your homeland/hometown/home or far from home, please let us know. 
Students, staff, administrators, friends, family and strangers are 
all invited, and if you would like to participate as a solo hub 
member by faxing/emailing information during the conference dates, 
that would be very welcome as well.

Please see the proposed themes***  mentioned in the Call for 
Proposals below.  These would be the suggested themes for our 
hub-station participants around the world, and may be interpreted 
loosely.  In most cases, the word "print" may be omitted from these 
proposed themes to expand on their meanings and to encourage your 
participation.  I know your input would add  greatly to this project, 
and whether it be a few minutes to send an email or several longer 
periods throughout the 24 hours, any participation at all is more 
than welcome.  Please feel free to publicly post this information, 
and contact Bill Fisher with any questions at wwfisher {AT} alltel.net. 
Anyone interested will receive specific details on the project and 
periodic updates.

Thank you for your time,  all the best to you,

The Arts Faculty of Georgia College & State University
Department of Art
Georgia College & State University
CBX 094
Milledgeville, GA  31061
Phone:  (478) 445-4572
Fax:      (478) 445-6088
email:  wfisher {AT} gcsu.edu
email:  wwfisher {AT} alltel.net

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

Call for Proposals from the conference hosts (Boston University)

To All SGC Members:

CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Southern Graphics Council Annual Conference

MAKING HISTORIES: REVOLUTION & REPRESENTATION
BOSTON, APRIL 2--5, 2003

Next year's conference theme is inspired by Boston's history. Boston 
is known worldwide as the seat of the American Revolution and the 
struggle for freedom and representation in the American States. The 
theme of revolution suggests new models for the future and 
sociopolitical change.  Representation involves communication, 
empowerment, and the transfer of information. The scope of these 
concepts now extends beyond the US to the international community. We 
invite you to present proposals treating the themes of Revolution and 
Representation broadly. Some considerations:

    ***Proposed Themes

    >*     the ongoing involvement of the print in issues of social
  justice worldwide

    >*     contemporary use of the print as political expression

    >*     revolution in the print idiom caused by new technologies

    >*     the representation of remote constituencies

    >*     how electronic representation conditions the making or
  communication of images

    >*     sociological or structural changes in the print community
     resulting from electronic representation

   >*     ways in which new or expanded histories are created, and the
  alteration of historical perception

    >*     questions of geopolitical division and production in the
  laser-print era

    >*     the new history of multi-media and installation ...the changing
  functions of space and image issues of representation in education


We welcome proposals for panels, presentations, exchange portfolios, 
interactive studio collaborations including cross- media and 
exhibitions that address or present an aspect of revolution or 
representation.  Proposals should be at least one page in length.


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


Proposal to the Conference Hosts

Deborah Cornell
Printmaking Department/School of Visual Art
College of Fine Arts, Boston University
855 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston MA 02215

Dear Deborah Cornell,

The Arts Faculty of Georgia College & State University would like to 
submit the following
proposal for the 2003 Southern Graphics Council Conference:

Re-Present: An international interactive studio collaboration

“Communicative action can be understood as a circular process in 
which the actor is two things in one:  an initiator, who masters 
situations through actions for which he is accountable, and a product 
of the transitions surrounding him, of groups whose cohesion is based 
on solidarity to which he belongs, and of processes of socialization 
in which he is reared.”-- Jurgen Habermas

“Washing one's hands of the conflict between the powerful and the
powerless means to side with the powerful, not to be neutral." -- Paulo
Freire

"There is no mystery to making history." -- Linton Kwesi Johnson


Since 9/11 there has been a pall in regards to creating a critical
dialogue engaging free speech vs. homeland security.  The media has
assumed the role of public relations officer simply reflecting and
reiterating our national foreign policy instead of fostering discourse.
Any hint of criticism is nearly considered sedition.  This proposal is
meant to illustrate a process of redefining and a potential shifting of
"traditional" avenues of information.  We propose to use readily available
technology to re-channel the direction of information from mega-corporate
centralized mediated information capitols to a decentralized
community-based series of networks.  Our goals are to process and
reprocess information as individuals that are members of separate
communities and yet bound by technology, to democratize and amplify
individual voices cross-culturally and globally. We have invited various
artists to open their homes, studios, and/or institutions to the
communities to which they respectively (and respectfully) belong, allowing
members of the community access to technology.  They will be assisted in
articulating their own story through the digital media, while we at the
Boston point of the network will be using both the digital and traditional
printmaking process to foster our end of the dialogue.

During a 24-hour period between April 2 and April 5, 2003, an
international network will be created for the electronic exchange of text
and imagery.  Through the use of email, fax or other communicative
devices, this free transmission and reception of information will be put
in motion by groups or individuals operating as hubs located around the
planet.  One such station will be in place in Boston at the 2003 Southern
Graphics Council Conference.  There we will receive, manipulate, combine,
process and reproduce through traditional print media any incoming data.  
These serigraphs, monoprints, linocuts, transfers etc. will be digitized
and transmitted back through the network for further manipulations and
exchanges among hub members and their communities.

In order to address the issues of entitlement, empowerment, privilege and
the elitism of our tradition, all hub participants are asked to enlist
members of their local community to participate in this exchange.  Most
welcome is the inclusion of those silenced or marginalized by lack of
access to technology, individuals not considered to be artists (or to
be“creative”) by others or themselves, and those who may not have realized
their ability to effect cultural change or augmentation. In collaboration
with GC&SU faculty and students, the Boston hub will involve random
conference attendees in the development and creation of the hand-pulled
prints, of which they may then take physical ownership.

Through this project we deny geopolitical divisions and promote a
decentrilized and democratic experience in which leadership and
responsibility rest with each participant, all freely sharing in the
control, outcome and ownership of the media.  Presently we have received
enthusiastic responses for participation from Indonesia, China, Canada,
the Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Australia, Mexico, Japan, Brazil and
several US locations.  We will continue to solicit involvement especially
from countries typically seen or portrayed as “unfriendly” with regard to
US interests, Cuba and North Korea e.g.

To encourage involvement from the widest possible community base,
participants will be asked to consider, but are not limited to the
conference host’s list of proposed themes when choosing data for
transmission.  We believe the very act of participating in such a project
is a political act, and we hope through the nature of this proposed
“communicative action” to be exemplary of many of the conference themes,
including:

The contemporary use of the print as political expression.

Revolution in the print idiom caused by new technologies.

The representation of remote constituencies.

How electronic representation conditions the making or communication of images.

The new history of multi-media and installation; the changing 
functions of space and image.



Facilities needed at the conference site for 24 continuous hours:

* Internet/email access
* Fax machine(s)
* Print studio access



Respectfully submitted by William Fisher, Richard Lou, and members of 
the GC&SU Fine Arts Faculty.


Biographical information:

William Fisher (BA --The College of William and Mary, MFA -- Ohio 
University) is a working artist and Assistant Professor of Art at 
Georgia College & State University, where he teaches printmaking and 
drawing.  He has presented visiting artist lectures at various 
schools including the University of Northern Iowa, Agnes Scott 
College, the University of West Florida and the Asahi Culture Center, 
Tokyo.  Fisher is a recipient of the University of Windsor VITA 
Award, and his work has recently been published in "Stone 
Lithography" by Paul Croft, A & C Black pub.


Richard Alexander Lou (B.A. -- California State University,  M.F.A. 
- -- Clemson University) continues to produce and exhibit art while 
teaching and chairing the Art Department at Georgia College & State 
University.  Richard grew up in a biracial family which was 
spiritually and intellectually guided by an anti-colonialist Chinese 
father and a culturally affirming Mexicana mother.  As a Chicano 
Artist the reverberating themes he has explored are the subjugation 
of his community by the Dominant Culture and White Privilege.  He has 
exhibited extensively in venues that would include:

Centro Cultural De La Raza, San Diego; List Gallery at MIT in Boston; 
Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego; Nexus Art Center in Atlanta; 
and with his frequent collaborator and friend, Robert J. Sanchez, the 
Grey Gallery at NYU, the Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin; Newport Harbor 
Art Museum, Newport Beach; Cornerhouse Art Gallery, Manchester, 
England; Istanbul Contemporary Art Museum, Istanbul Turkey, and as a 
member of the BAW/TAF, Artistspace, NY,NY, Aperto Section, Venice 
Bienali, Venice, Italy.  His art work has been documented and 
published in various newspapers, magazines, catalogs and books that 
would include: AMERICAN VISIONS/VISIONES DE LAS AMERICAS: ARTISTIC 
AND CULTURAL IDENTITY IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE, co-edited by Mary 
Jane Jacob and Ivo Mesquita; MAPPING THE
TERRAIN: NEW GENRE PUBLIC ART, edited by Suzanne Lacy; ENGLISH IS 
BROKEN HERE: NOTES OF CULTURAL FUSION IN THE AMERICA'S by Coco Fusco.





- --
Bill Fisher
Assistant Professor of Art
Georgia College & State University
Department of Art
CBX 094
Milledgeville, GA  31061
Phone:  (478) 445-4572
Fax:      (478) 445-6088
email:  wfisher {AT} mail.gcsu.edu
email:  wwfisher {AT} alltel.net
************************
The Art Department Directory
<http://billfisher.dreamhost.com>http://billfisher.dreamhost.com

- -- 
Robert Dale Anderson
Austin Texas USA

"Computers are useless. They can only give you answers."
- - Pablo Picasso 


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Date: Fri, 7 Feb 2003 16:00:59 -0800
From: electric {AT} telus.net

The Digitalis Digital Art Society (http://www.ddas.ca/ddas) and the 
Evergreen Cultural Centre (http://www.evergreenculturalcentre.ca/) are 
pleased to present DIGITALIS 2: THE SPIRITUAL IN DIGITAL ART, an 
international exhibition of 31 digital print artists, as well as 2 
installations,  5 CD-ROMs, 6 web sites, 2 videos, 2 audio works and 3 
performances from Canada, Argentina, Israel, Austria, Chile, Spain, 
Italy, Hungary, Poland, Great Britain, Australia and the United States.

Opening Friday, February 21 from 7 - 10 PM, the exhibition will run 
until March 29.

Opening night performances by Joseph Franklyn & Donna McElroy (US), 
Christina McPhee (US) and the Mac Classics (Canada) begin at 7 PM. 
Watch for DIGITALIS Internet radio available soon at 
http://www.ddas.ca/ddas.

The Evergreen Cultural Centre is located at 1205 Pinetree Way, 
Coquitlam, BC, 30 minutes by car or 50 minutes by bus from Vancouver, 
British Columbia, Canada. Gallery hours are Monday to Saturday, noon to 
5 PM. Thursdays to 8 PM. The Gallery phone # is 604-927-6550.

For more information please contact James K-M, DIGITALIS 2 curator, at 
electric {AT} telus.net.


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Date: Thu, 6 Feb 2003 00:23:29 +0100
From: klaas {AT} streamminister.de
Subject:         ://no war media marathon

Hello all,

this saturday we are organizing a mediafestival against war in Iraq. I would be great if you participate and contribute to this unique interactive TV marathon.

You can either re-broadcast the signal (we created a TV interface) or you might want to contribute. Artist contributions from outside Berlin can be
made online via streaming, email, ftp or web. If you have any questions, mailto: joy {AT} streamminister.de

Sorry for crossposting!

Please read the text below for detailed information:

INVITATION TO BROADCAST


No War Media Marathon -
1000 minutes of interactive streaming broadcast to protest the war in Iraq


Live on TV and the internet
February 8-9, 2003

- ->Time: 16:00 CET - 6:00



The No War Media Marathon is a Remote TV broadcast media festival open to
artists, musicians, designers, writers and other voices of creative
opposition that wish to contribute to a proactive demonstration against the
proposed war in Iraq.


Remote TV is an interactive TV format, which allows
anyone to send audio and video signals via the internet onto TV.


The marathon is a demonstration by and with creatives from Germany as well
as remote contributions from the rest of the world. On February 8 and 9th,
the No War Media Marathon does not take place on the paved streets, but on
the shared international space of the television and the internet. For 1000
minutes, creatives are invited to use their medium to promote their position
against the war in Iraq.


The performances are various and spontaneous;
Designers contribute animations, musicians play songs, theoreticians discuss
the political situation, VJs mix Visuals, and dancers reflect the topic of
war in performances. In short, the scope of the artistic
reaction to the proposed war can be merged by the internet.


Guests: John Hopkins, Attac , Chaos Computer Club, Honeysuckles, Maximilian Hecker,Stefan Dissmer, Goslab, Moonradio, TwenFM DJs, Superschool, Sebastian Lüttgert, Peter Krell,Indymedia, Ulrike Gabriel, Pit Schulz, Ping FM, Meso, Cartel Communique, Eclectic Method,Tomax Kaulmann, Mitte Karaoke, Goslab,Visomaten,Sacha Benedetti,Daniel Pflumm, frathese toys, bandolero sound system, Jeansteam,dj shirkhan, mitte karaoke (tbc), heavy rotation + mc santana(wmfclub),Christine Lang, Sean Snider, Neonman, Femmes with fatal breaks, drifting friends, kanalB


Artist contributions from outside Berlin can be
made online via streaming, email, ftp or web.
mailto: joy {AT} streamminister.de


The audience can participate online, by telephone and in the
TV broadcast demonstration. Contributions are integrated into the
transmission.


The transmission is produced as  a live show and is
at the same time a real time event in physical space in Berlin. The
presentations of the artists take place
on a central stage, visitors can join in on the discussion or
create their own individual actions.


The transmission is a free of charge non-commercial stream to TV signal.
The distribution is made by broadband internet. The TV interface consists of
a video window with live video and text, contributed by artists and
audience. TV stations simply take the PAL interface as a video signal and
broadcast on TV (www.remote-tv.de/tv)
1000 minutes can be accessed in open channel-land and in the internet via
http://www.remote-tv.de

Public access TVs and radio broadcast to date:

Germany:
Berlin, Hamburg, Bremen, Hanover,
Magdeburg, Rostock, Kiel


Internationally:
Radio 100 Amsterdam



- -> Mediapartner: www.berlinergazette.de


- -> Partner: Offener Kanal Berlin, Superschool, Bootlab, KanalB, Klubradio, twenFM, Streamminister


Ultimately, with Remote TV, the viewer becomes the producer of his own TV
show. A multimedia PC with internet connection and a video camera is
everything that is needed to get started.


Remote TV invites participation from
home onto TV and back home again.

Remote TV is currently represented live in the Transmediale 03 Festival,
Berlin and in the Film Museum German Kinemathek
http://www.remote-tv.de/dokumente/remoteTV_invitation.PDF

STREAMMINISTER
Klaas Glenewinkel 
Schoenhauser Allee 155
10435 Berlin

http://www.streamminister.de
http://www.remotetroubleshooting.com
http://www.remote-tv.de
mailto: klaas {AT} streamminister.de

Tel.:++49 30 447 354 25
Fax :++49 30 446 538 72


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Date: Sun, 9 Feb 2003 15:06:03 +0100
From: "=?iso-8859-1?B?S+Fyb2x5IFTzdGg=?=" <are {AT} xs4all.nl>
Subject: ZEROGLAB - NANOFESTIVAL #001 / REMINDER

This is a multi-part message in MIME format.

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_______________________________________________________
ZEROGLAB - NANOFESTIVAL #001 / REMINDER
_______________________________________________________
13:42 9-2-2003

Deadline for submissions: (+/-) 15 February 2003.
We are as flexible as possible with this deadline.

Nanofestival v.01 is a international, no-budget, on-line art festival for
extreme
short (!max. 10 sec.!) web movies  and software art.
The event is organized by ZEROGLAB, an independent digital art-lab
in Rotterdam. < http://www.xs4all.nl/~are >

THE THEME OF THE FESTIVAL THIS TIME = AUTOMAT
(the next theme = HOLE)

We are planning Nanofestival as a fast sequence of events, with a different
theme every time.

The contributed works are going to be screened at the the AUTOMAT event in
ZECHS in The Hague on   30 March 2003. The ZECHS event is organized by the
contextual architect/design studio  v.l.n.r. 
< http://www.vlnr.info/ >

Beside web movies we accept contributions for the following softwares /
programming
languages:
pd (pure data)
jmax
proce55ing
web3d / vrml
html
java
java script


Before submitting works, please read the full text at our website:
< http://www.xs4all.nl/~are/html/call.html >


__________________________________________________________
ZEROGLAB NANOFESTIVAL
Károly Tóth / nanofestival {AT} xs4all.nl
www.xs4all.nl/~are/html/nano.html

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Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 07:29:37 -0500
From: Vika Zafrin <vika {AT} wordsend.org>
Subject: CFP Electronic Theory and Criticism - MLA 2003

[Crossposted to humanist, invent, webartery, eliterature, nettime.  Please 
feel free to forward as appropriate.]

***CALL FOR PAPERS -- MLA 2003 (http://www.mla.org)***

27-30 December 2003, San Diego, CA

- ---Electronic Theory and Criticism---

Session sponsored by the Association for Computers and the Humanities 
(http://www.ach.org)

This session will focus on humanistic critical and theoretical exposition 
composed in and for various forms of the electronic medium.  Submissions 
are invited on any related topic.  The following are merely some examples:

- - semantic encoding as critical exposition;
- - audience, and readability with regard to scholarly hypermedia;
- - the role of interface in critical electronic exposition;
- - reception of critical electronic exposition.

The list above is meant to trigger new ideas and is in no way complete.

Abstracts should be no longer than 500 words; completed papers are also 
acceptable.  Participants in all sessions must be listed on the membership 
rolls by 7 April or have been granted a waiver of membership.  By 
submitting a proposal you agree to travel to San Diego for the convention 
in the event that your submission is accepted.  Unfortunately, we are 
unable to provide travel funding; however, MLA does have some financial 
assistance available on a year-to-year basis. Please see the MLA Web site 
for more details.

Please use plain text, RTF, MS Word or PDF format.  The deadline is 3 March 
2003.  Submissions and any questions should be e-mailed to 
vika {AT} wordsend.org.  Please pass on this Call For Papers as you deem 
appropriate.

- ---
vika {AT} wordsend.org
blog: http://www.livejournal.com/~hyperlit/
own: http://www.wordsend.org
work: http://www.brown.edu/decameron/


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