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    Human Capital Software Solutions !!                                            
     "::bea:" <bea {AT} nungu.com>                                                        

   UNTOLD at the ICA - Bionic Women - Friday, 28 March 2003                        
     "Jane Austin" <jane {AT} recollective.co.uk> (by way of richard barbrook)            

   Workshop Open Source Multimedia Tools                                           
     "Marieke Istha" <istha {AT} montevideo.nl>                                           

   =?iso-8859-1?Q?Onirica2003_-__new_art_for_you...?=                              
     "=?iso-8859-1?Q?innestogreffe {AT} libero.it?=" <innestogreffe {AT} libero.it>            

   wochenend im Schnitt Ausstellungsraum                                           
     Marc Hartmann <paul-hartmann {AT} web.de>                                            

   WORLD-INFORMATION.ORG  {AT}  SERBIA                                                  
     "pressl_eva" <pressl {AT} t0.or.at>                                                  

   Plug and Play |  March 16th                                                     
     "plug and play" <pnp {AT} gabba.net>                                                 

   Ideas at the Powerhouse * 14-17 August 2003                                     
     linda carroli <lcarroli {AT} pacific.net.au>                                         

   "Notice": interactive video art installation                                    
     "D. Jean Hester" <jenajunk {AT} hotmail.com>                                         

   V2_/DEAF03: final weekend                                                       
     Sandra Fauconnier <fokky {AT} v2.nl>                                                 

   Violence - Version 6.0 - Call for new entries                                   
     "ViolenceOnlineFestival" <agricola-w {AT} netcologne.de>                             

   =?iso-8859-1?Q?Asselberghs-Opsomer-Vissers_ {AT} __Foto_Bi=EBnnale_Rotterdam_2?= =?is
     "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>                                                

   The Southbound project                                                          
     Kristofer Paetau <kristoferpaetau {AT} WEB.DE>                                       

   atc {AT} ucb: Anne Wagner, Mon 17 Mar 7:30pm                                         
     Ken Goldberg <goldberg {AT} ieor.berkeley.edu>                                       



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Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2003 18:03:30 +0530
From: "::bea:" <bea {AT} nungu.com>
Subject:  Human Capital Software Solutions !!

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>Human Capital Software Solutions launched its Beta version at 
>Transmediale and is now available for purchase!
>
>
>Ceo :Beatrice Gibson
>Executive Director: Sejal Chad
>Executive Technician : Adrian Ward 
>Executive Sonitician: Mukul Deora
>
>
>Human Capital vers. 0.1.017  is piece of voice [text.sound] 
>composition software, packaged as a training tool for call center 
>agents in India. Part tool part satire, the software parodies the 
>'communication philosophy' of the burgeoning remote processing 
>industry, namely its concept of a generic 'globalised' identity.
>
>At the same time Human Captial attempts to invert the logic of 
>telematic communications structures when appropriated by capital, by 
>allowing, through composition potential, for processes which might 
>frustrate // subvert the mechanisms of modelization and homogeneity.
>
>Users construct, from a library of stock phrases // words // and 
>adopted identities, responses to potential client queries. 
>Teleworkers can then potentially reappropriate and mutate possible 
>identities, disconnecting from capital.  By dragging text sound 
>clips onto a timeline, much like conventional music software, the 
>software hopes to introduce the potential for mixing // morphing // 
>and mutation within an otherwise mono environment, opening up 
>'fissures in pattern subjectivity'. Ie This sucks but i can fuck 
>with it.
>
>Human Capital Software version PUBLIC BETA 0.1.017  is currently viewable at
>
>www.humancapitalsoftwaresolutions.com

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Date: Tue, 04 Mar 2003 20:09:29 +0000
From: "Jane Austin" <jane {AT} recollective.co.uk> (by way of richard barbrook)
Subject: UNTOLD at the ICA - Bionic Women - Friday, 28 March 2003

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   Untold event at the ICA: Bionic Women

   Friday, 28 March 2003, 19:00 at the ICA, THE MALL, LONDON SW1Y 5AH

   For more info:
   T 020 7930
   W http://www.ica.org.uk/index.cfm?articleid=11545 3657

   Speakers: NINA WAKEFORD of Surrey University and director of INCITE
   SARAH KEMBER of Goldsmiths University
   CHAIRED BY JANE AUSTIN, Director of digital design agency Recollective -
http://www.recollective.co.uk



Nina Wakeford   is a sociologist who has a particular interest in
technology and innovative   ethnographic techniques. Sarah Kember's work is
concerned with the new biology, genetics, artificial life and evolutionary
psychology

   What impact will new technology have on the lives,   bodies and social
networks of women? The discussion will focus on new   technologies such as
genomics and the   changing definition of Artificial Life and its
manifestation in art, language,   literature, commerce and entertainment.
Wakeford   and Kember will look at the evolution of Artificial   Life from
cloning to computer games, incorporating an analysis of hardware,
software and <http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=wetware>'wetware'.
They will discuss how technology can deliver unforeseen outcomes and
challenges and what strategies women may adopt in response.



 



 






 




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Date: Thu, 6 Mar 2003 13:25:28 +0100
From: "Marieke Istha" <istha {AT} montevideo.nl>
Subject: Workshop Open Source Multimedia Tools

Workshop Open Source Multimedia Tools
10 - 13 April 
Fee: 100,-
Scholarships available
Information and application: marloes {AT} montevideo.nl
Guests (subject to change): Günter Geiger, Andrey Savitsky, Iohannes  Zmölnig, Thomas Musil and Derek Holzer

This workshop will focus on Open Source software for the real-time manipulation of audio and video. The dual package of Pure Data and GEM, offer a complete set of tools for sound, multimedia and VJ purposes. Topics will include: real-time audio and video processing, creating a custom user-interface, using and creating external objects, an overview of other free and open source audio and video tools for Linux.

Discussion and presentation workshop
Sunday April 13
15.00 hours
Admission: free
A discussion on open source software versus commercial software, the artistic use of multimedia tools and the future of open source. After the discussion a short presentation of the workshop will take place.
Panel: Robert de Geus, Derek Holzer, Günter Geiger, Andrey Savitsky, Iohannes  Zmölnig, Thomas Musil

Application and information: marloes {AT} montevideo.nl <mailto:info {AT} montevideo.nl>

Marieke Istha
Communicatie

Nederlands Instituut voor Mediakunst
Montevideo/Time Based Arts
Keizersgracht 264
1016 EV Amsterdam
T 020 6237101
F 020 6244423
istha {AT} montevideo.nl
www.montevideo.nl



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Date: Sun,  9 Mar 2003 08:23:25 +0100
From: "=?iso-8859-1?Q?innestogreffe {AT} libero.it?=" <innestogreffe {AT} libero.it>
Subject: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Onirica2003_-__new_art_for_you...?=

Comunicato stampa - Communiqué presse - Press release


- - Italiano

Titolo esposizione: Onirica 2003

15 giovani artisti, selezionati fra più di 100 partecipanti, esibiscono la loro idea di contemporaneità. Dalla pittura alle ricerche più innovative del web, si confrontano forme ed idee che esibiscono un'espressività per il presente, sempre più complesso ed affascinante. 
Al suo terzo anno di promozione dell'arte, questa rassegna supportata da un notevole successo di pubblico, indice un premio all'opera più interessante. Esso verrà annunciato nella serata d'apertura presso i rinnovato saloni della Provincia di Cuneo. Progetto ideato dalla Consulta Giovanile, in collaborazione con il Comune di Cuneo e l'Assessorato per le Politiche Giovanili della Provincia di Cuneo. Curatore dell'evento Domenico Olivero.

Dal 29 Marzo al 6 Aprile 2003 presso il Salone Europa, Palazzo della Provincia di Cuneo, Corso Nizza 21 - 12100 Cuneo.
tel:+39.0171.445111  fax +39.0171.698620  e-mail: onirica2003 {AT} libero.it
Tutti i giorni dalle ore 16,00 alle ore 19,00. Ingresso libero.
Serata d'inaugurazione Sabato 29/03/03 alle ore 17,30.

http://digilander.libero.it/onirica2003



- - Français

Titre exposition: Onirica 2003  

15 artistes jeunes sélectionnés entre 100 participants en exhibent leur idée de contemporanéité. De la peinture aux recherches plus innovatives du web se mesurent formes et idées qu'ils exhibent une expressivité de notre présent, de plus en plus complexe et fascinante.  
A son troisième an de promotion de l'art, cette revue soutenue par un succès considérable de public, index un prix à l'oeuvre la plus intéressante. Il sera annoncé dans la soirée d'ouverture près des renouvelés salons de la Provincia di Cuneo. Projet idee par la Consulta Giovanile, en collaboration avec le Comune di Cuneo et l'Assessorato per le Politiche Giovanili di Cuneo. Curateur de l'événement Dominico Olivero.  

Depuis le 29 Mars au 6 Avril 2003 près du Salon Europe, Palee de la Provincia di Cuneo, Corso Nizza 21 - 12100
- -mail: onirica2003 {AT} libero.it
Tous les jours depuis 16 h au 19 h. Entrée libre.  
Soirée d'inauguration Samedi 29/03/03 à 17,30 h.

http://digilander.libero.it/onirica2003



- -  English

Title: Onirica 2003
15 young artists, selected among more than 100 participants, exhibit their idea of contemporaneity. From painting to more innovative web searches, forms and ideas that exhibit an expressiveness of our present, more and more complex and fascinating, are compared. 
After three years of promoting these forms of art, this review benefits from a notable success of public. It features a prize for the most interesting work, promoted by the varied corporate body. It will be announced in the evening of opening near the renewed saloons of the Provincia di Cuneo. 
Project created by Consulta Giovanile, in collaboration with the Assessorato alla Politica Giovanile del Provincia di Cuneo ed il Comune di Cuneo. Exhibition promoter : Domenico Olivero.

To 29 March from 06 April in the Salone Europa, Palazzo della Provincia di Cuneo, Corso Nizza 21 - 12100 Cuneo. 
phone:+39.0171.445111  fax +39.0171.698620   e-mail: onirica2003 {AT} libero.it

Everyday 04,00 alle ore 07,00 p.m. Free entrance.
Opening day: Saturday 29/03/03 05,30 p.m.

http://digilander.libero.it/onirica2003








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Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 18:59:31 +0100
From: Marc Hartmann <paul-hartmann {AT} web.de>
Subject: wochenend im Schnitt Ausstellungsraum 

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  Almut Middel      14. – 16.03.2003
  TOBIAS Z.          04. – 06.04.2003
 
  
  

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  Öffnungszeiten Sa. – So. 15 h – 18 h
  Tel.: 0173/ 2825451 , 0163/ 5464455
  Paul-hartmann {AT} web


  Mit freundlicher Unterstützung  
  Kulturstiftung Stadtsparkasse Düsseldorf
  Kulturamt der Stadt Köln 

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Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2003 15:14:24 +0100
From: "pressl_eva" <pressl {AT} t0.or.at>
Subject: WORLD-INFORMATION.ORG  {AT}  SERBIA

Institute for New Culture Technologies/t0
Vienna, 13-03-2003

PRESS INFORMATION

***************************************************
WORLD-INFORMATION.ORG  {AT}  SERBIA
22 March to 5 April, 2003
Museum of Vojvodina, Novi Sad
19 April to 5 May, 2003
Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade.
http://world-information.org
***************************************************

Biotechnology Convergence / Slaves and Expert
Systems / Disinformation and Democracy
Infrastructure Control / Money Networks / Databody
Economy / Digital Security / Intellectual Property /
Intelligence Networks / Corporate Public Relations /
Infobody Attack

The transition from the industrial to the
information society has led to major changes in
nearly all spheres of human activity.
World-Information.Org addresses the deep structural
transformations that result from the rise of
electronic information and communication
technologies and by way of its exhibition and
conference program as well as its web presence
disseminates an understanding of their cultural,
societal and political implications.

In continuing its series of international
presentations,  World-Information.Org is now
preparing a comprehensive program in Serbia The
World-Information Exhibition will be shown from 22
March to 5 April, 2003, at Novi Sad's Museum of
Vojvodina, and from 19 April to 5 May, 2003, at the
Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade. By means of
exhibits and visual diagrams, interactive
installations and digital artworks the exhibition
will offer visitors  up to date information on the
impact of the expansion of worldwide communication
and information networks on various aspects of
society and people’s professional and private lives.

A new security paradigm overshadows the world of
technology and communication. Conflicts are
increasingly affecting the Infosphere. Communication
technologies are becoming carriers for media PR,
while psychological "truth projection" operations
are turning into socio-technical engineering
challenges. The World-Information Forum on “Total
DisInformation Awareness: Conflict, Control and
Freedom of Information”  will be held on 20 April,
2003, in Belgrade and will scrutinize this recent
development. The conference will act as an open and
interdisciplinary forum to discuss questions such
as: “How can transparency of the control of
information flows and production be promoted rather
than an opaque system of unaccountable information
dominance? How can it be assured that the public
interest is represented in a balanced way?” Speakers
will include Mathias Broeckers (DE), Steve Kurtz
(US), Petar Milat (CR), Sjoera Nas (NL), Marko
Peljhan (SI) and Gordan Paunovic (YU).

Rounding off the exhibition and the conference will
be the World-Information Lounge; taking place from
23 March to 5 April, 2003 in Novi Sad’s Museum of
Vojvodina where presentations and lectures from
artists, activists, professionals and scientist as
well as discussions will take place.

World-Information Exhibition Program

World-Infostructure visualizes subject matter linked
to various aspects of the information society. It
represents the results of the research program that
has been carried out in connection with
World-Information.Org since autumn 1999 and also
forms the base of World-Information.Org’s online
knowledge database. On 32 information displays
World-Infostructure illustrates issues associated
with the development of digital media, new
communication codes and tools, and sophisticated
technical instruments e.g. the increasing use of
biometric devices or the application of data mining
for direct marketing purposes. The findings of
World-Infostructure’s research activities have also
been published as “Die Politik der Infosphäre.
World-Information.Org.” by the Center for Civic
Education, Bonn , and Leske+Budrich, Leverkusen.

Command, control, computer and communication (C4)
are the keywords for the visitors' encounter with
current and historic surveillance and control
technologies such as implantable tracking devices
and fingerprint scans. Especially in the aftermath
of the events of 11 September, 2001, governments,
police and intelligence agencies have reinforced and
extended their surveillance and eavesdrop systems.
Besides displaying some of the technologies, which
are used in this context World-C4U presents arts
projects such as [RT-32] - ACOUSTIC.SPACE.LAB, NEVA
Network Analysis (Marko Peljhan) or Safe Distance
(kuda.org) that examine and question these
developments.

Future Heritage shows the rich, diverse and vital
variety of electronic culture. It exhibits the works
of well-known and international artists such as
Apsolutno, 0100101110101101.ORG, Critical Art
Ensemble and Darko Fritz that experiment and operate
with new media and present-day technologies. Their
projects build a bridge between traditional artistic
practice and the possibilities that evolved with the
diffusion of electronic networks and digital
evices  - they represent what will be the  cultural
heritage of tomorrow.

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

World-Information.Org is an initiative of Public
Netbase/t0 and organized in cooperation with
kuda.org and Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade.

World-Information.Org is realized with the support
of: Fund for an Open Society (YU), Open Society
Institute (HU), Austrian Cultural Forum Belgrade
(YU), Executive Board of City Assembly Novi Sad
(YU), Province Secretary for Education and Culture
(YU), Department for Cultural Affairs / City of
Vienna (AT), Department of Cultural Affairs / Neue
Kunstsektion (AT), Vojvo?anska banka (YU),
Energosoft (YU), NSpointNET (YU), Studio Berar (YU),
Informatika (YU), Ovation Advertising (YU), Bit
Computers (YU), Computer Dream (YU), Pristop (YU),
Friends of IBM (DE), Museum of Army History (AT) and
Bergdata (AT).

http://world-information.org

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

##
The Institute for New Culture Technologies/t0
is the carrier of World-Information.Org
Temporary Quarters, Burggasse 21
A-1070 Vienna, Austria
phone: ++ 43.1.522 18 34
fax: ++ 43.1.522 50 58
email: info {AT} world-information.org
http://world-information.org


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Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2003 15:36:04 -0000
From: "plug and play" <pnp {AT} gabba.net>
Subject: Plug and Play |  March 16th

This is a multi-part message in MIME format.

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- ---------| PLUG AND PLAY - SUNDAY 16/03/20003 6PM - London |
- -----------\=3D http://www.gabba.net/pnp/ venue: http://publiclife.org=20
- ------------\ After a year of experimental scheduling it's time to =
bolster the line-up=20
- -------------\ with a couple of confirmed acts:=20

- ----------| AUDIO INPUT =
|-----------------------------------------------------------------

- -----------\=3D ARDISSON * http://www.ardisson.net=20
- ------------\  Deep electronica with a 2-step spin from London's own =
Seed Records.=20
- -------------\  Building on the reputation of his last EP, he'll be =
playing unheard new material live.=20

- -----------\=3D KEMA KEUR * http://www.adaadat.com=20
- ------------\  Founders of the international ADADAAT label bring their =
quirky and experimental electronics back to PNP
- -------------\ playing their hyper-compressed datapop LIVE=20

- -----------\=3D EVILTWIN * http://www.ucrecords.co.uk=20
- ------------\ He's back. the infamous cut-up genius has played once =
before, prompting a spontanious dance floor eruption.

- -----------\=3D MONSTATRUK * http://www.ucrecords.co.uk
- ------------\  All the way from the West Country, having just founded a =
label and released an EP
- -------------\  Monster will be performing his pastoral =
electro-acoustics live.=20

- ----------| VIDEO INPUT =
|------------------------------------------------------------------

- -----------\=3D A screening from the new Staalplaat DVD,  * =
http://www.staalplaat.com/anchor.html
- -----------\=3DBEFLIX's visual glitches * http://www.beflix.com=20

Of course, we still have several acts down to Plug in and Play, so if =
you want to play just make sure you get there early, and go here to tell =
us you're coming >>> * http://www.gabba.net/pnp/lofi.asp, or email =
jk {AT} gabba.net or kilroy {AT} gabba.net

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Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2003 14:00:04 +1000
From: linda carroli <lcarroli {AT} pacific.net.au>
Subject: Ideas at the Powerhouse * 14-17 August 2003

Ideas at the Powerhouse
14-17 August 2003 * Brisbane Powerhouse
http://www.ideasatthepowerhouse.com.au

Following the overwhelming success of the inaugural event in 2001, Ideas at 
the Powerhouse returns on 14 August 2003 with a four-day program of ideas, 
innovation and invention.

Brisbane's Ideas Festival aims to promote public debate, engagement with 
ideas and robust discussion. Confronting ideas about health, generations, 
prosperity, justice, cities, spirit, sustainability, education, governance, 
communication, population, innovation, technology and change will fill the 
four days. The festival is comprised of four major elements: Ideas 
speakers; the Ideas Bazaar; Ideas Online and Kids Ideas. The 2003 program 
will be mostly free, open to all and offer something for everyone.

The Ideas Advisors Jacqui Katona, Phillip Adams, Marina Vit, Dr Dale 
Spender, Dr Wendy Sarkissian and Professor Ian Lowe are putting the final 
touches to the program. The full details on speakers and sessions for Ideas 
2003 will be released in June, but for now put the dates for Ideas at the 
Powerhouse 2003, August 14 -17 in your diary.

Register your interest to receive regular email updates about Ideas at the 
Powerhouse and to be the first to know about Ideas' sessions, speakers and 
events.
http://www.ideasatthepowerhouse.com.au/03_interested/interested.htm

Info:
info {AT} ideasatthepowerhouse.com.au


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Date: Wed, 05 Mar 2003 13:03:34 -0800
From: "D. Jean Hester" <jenajunk {AT} hotmail.com>
Subject: "Notice": interactive video art installation

"Notice"
An interactive video art installation
by D. Jean Hester

Art Exhibit and Opening Reception

"Notice" is an interactive installation that combines playful 
audience-participation with video, user-submitted text, and computer 
programming/databases.

"Notice" seeks to engage people to notice what exists around them as a way 
of re-engaging with life, and as a way of contributing to the creation of 
the artwork.  By the simple act of being asked to share something they have 
noticed, people become more tuned in to what is around them, perk up a bit, 
cast off the haze of modern life, and see the beautiful, frightening, 
wonderful, profound things around them every single moment.  The only way 
they can participate in "Notice" is to *notice*.

After the close of the gallery show, "Notice" will move online, where its 
web-based incarnation/database will continue to grow and evolve.

This is the first solo show for Hester, a media artist/experimental 
filmmaker/programmer based in Los Angeles.

Opening Reception: Friday March 7, 2003, 5:00 to 10:00 PM
Exhibit runs March 7 through March 29, 2003
Gallery Hours: Friday & Saturday 12 to 9, and by appointment

Slow Motion Pictures
7169 Beverly Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA  90036
323-385-2493

Slow Motion Pictures is a conceptual image gallery that is exploring new 
ideas in images and time.  The gallery seeks to reexamine and rediscover the 
sometimes novel but often profound implications revealed during the birth of 
motion pictures.

Gallery Website: www.slowmotionpictures.com
"Notice" Website: www.divestudio.org

- -- D. Jean Hester
www.divestudio.org
Interviewer: "Must an artist be a programmer to make truly original online 
art?"
John Simon: "Truly original? You Modernist! Whether you make art or not, 
understanding programming is an amazing understanding."
from "Code as Creative Writing: An Interview with John Simon" at 
www.rhizome.org



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Date: Thu, 6 Mar 2003 16:27:05 +0100
From: Sandra Fauconnier <fokky {AT} v2.nl>
Subject: V2_/DEAF03: final weekend

Exhibition 'DEAF03 Data Knitting'
Location: Pakhuis Las Palmas (Kop van Zuid), Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Admission: O 7,- or discount (student, cjp, RotterdamPas, 65+) O 5,-
Opened: 26 February - 9 March from 11.00 - 20.00 hours.

Last chance to visit the Dutch Electronic Art Festival 2003! For only 
three more days, until Sunday 9 March, the exhibition 'DEAF03 Data 
Knitting' will be open for the public. So far, the festival has been a 
huge succes, attracting even more visitors than the previous editions. 
Both national and international press are enthusiastic about the 
festival in their numerous press reviews. Visit 'DEAF03' now, for the 
next edition of DEAF will not take place until November 2004!


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Website: http://deaf.v2.nl

'DEAF03 EDITORIAL'
During 'DEAF03' (25 February  9 March 2003) a large team of editors 
have been following the festival's main activities closely. In the 
'Editorial' part of the festival website this has resulted in a large 
archive of essays, photo and video material, impressions and reviews 
which are available to the online visitors. In the coming weeks this 
collection will be expanded and enriched.
DEAF03 On Line - Editorial: 
http://deaf.v2.nl/deaf/03/editorial/show.py?frame=1

'DEAF03 LIVE ARCHIVE'
Several activities of 'DEAF03' that took place during the first week 
were streamed live on the Internet, such as: the two day symposium 
'Information is Alive', workshops, the seminar 'Copy the Rights!', 
master classes, Open Territories presentations and the Evenings of 
Sadie Plant, Siegfried Zielinski and Lev Manovich. At the 'Live' part 
of the festival website these streams are presented and can be viewed 
on demand in Quicktime and RealVideo format (currently under 
construction).
'DEAF03 On Line - Live': http://deaf.v2.nl/deaf/03/live/live.html


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Date: Fri, 7 Mar 2003 09:06:46 +0100
From: "ViolenceOnlineFestival" <agricola-w {AT} netcologne.de>
Subject: Violence - Version 6.0 - Call for new entries

Violence Online Festival News
www.newmediafest.org/violence/

1. Version 4.1 - TURBULENCE Spotlight
2. Version 5.0 - launch on 17 March
3. Version 6.0 - Call for new entries

*************************************
1. On occasion of New York's TURBULENCE Spotlight on:
Agricola de Cologne and his Violence Online Festival
www.turbulence.org/spotlight/agricola
online since 4 March
Violence Online Festival launches Version 4.1
on 7 March 2003.
<see also press release from 4 March below>

Version 4.1 includes some new artists/works
among them Mark Palmer, Atana Dojonv, Igor Marinkovic and Roland Schappert,
and different additional changes.
www.newmediafest.org/violence/

2. On 17 March 2003, Version 5.0 of Violence Online Festival
will be launched on occasion of the
participation in
Videoformes -
18th International Video and Multimedia Festival Clermont-Ferrand 19-23
March 2003.

4. Looking for new entries for inclusion in Version 6.0 to be launched on 4
April
on occasion of the participation in
1st New Media Art Festival Chiang Mai (Thailand) 4-15 April 2003.
Violence Online Festival is looking for new artists
reflecting violence. Special subject is this time "Rape".
Subject<war!!> is still ongoing, as well as violence of any kind.

You find the entry form for this current call on
www.newmediafest.org/violence/

contacts: violence {AT} newmediafest.org
**********************************************

TURBULENCE Spotligh ton: Agricola de Cologne

For Immediate Release
March 4, 2003
Turbulence Spotlight: Agricola de Cologne
http://turbulence.org/spotlight/agricola

“Agricola” stands for humanity, and the combination of art and humanism; the
city of Cologne stands for art and culture. Therefore, the brand "Agricola
de Cologne" stands for awareness of history, humanity, and new ways of
approaching art. Agricola's “brand” penetrates his art. Currently his works
are net-based and incorporate strong multimedia, collaborative and
networking components. The result is a universe of multifaceted sites and
art projects incorporated in the "NewMediaArtprojectNetwork" created by the
artist.

All three works on Turbulence point to interactive aspects of Agricola's
net-based works:

"[and_scape]" (2002) is based—like most of his individual works—on
Agricola's specific language of "Simultaneous Associative Media Art
Composing." In short, this associative working system uses and develops a
variety of different media simultaneously: in this case, programming, image,
voice, sound, music, and words/text. The work was inspired by texts of the
Chernobyl survivor Liubov Sirota.

"Family Portrait" (2001), a collaborative documentary, focuses on the three
female members of the Partnoy Family, all of them active as artists in
different disciplines, who escaped from the so-called Argentine Holocaust,
persecution and imprisonment.

Conceptually, "Violence" (2002-2003) is the most complex of the projects: it
is an ongoing online festival curated by Agricola in which more than 200
artists from 30 countries reflect on the phenomenon of violence. Their works
are embedded in the dynamic environment of a virtual media company,
"Violence Media Incorporated." “Violence” recently received the "Special
Prize of the Organisation Committee of Computer Space Festival 2002" Sofia
(Bulgaria).

BIOGRAPHY

Agricola de Cologne is a multidisciplinary media artist, new media curator,
and creator of NewMediaArtprojectNetwork. He has had more than 100 solo
exhibitions in cooperation with more than 70 museums throughout Europe.
Agricola has participated in a variety of international media festivals
including THAW 02 Iowa City (USA), FILE Festival 2001, 2002 Sao Paulo
(Brazil), MediaTerra Festival, Athens (GREECE), and Art on the Net 2001,
2002. His net-based art works have received numerous prizes.

For more information about Turbulence’s projects, please visit
http://turbulence.org




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Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 10:59:02 +1100
From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
Subject: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Asselberghs-Opsomer-Vissers_ {AT} __Foto_Bi=EBnnale_Rotterdam_2?= =?iso-8859-1?Q?003?=

From: "herman asselberghs" <tnedicni {AT} skynet.be>

Mondophrenetic
An installation by Herman Asselberghs _ Els Opsomer _ Rony Vissers
Foto Biënnale Rotterdam 2003
March 14 - April 21 2003
as part of EXPERIENCE, main exhibition FBR 2003
Nederlands Fotomuseum + Las Palmas, Rotterdam [The Netherlands]
more info: www.fbr.nl

Mondophrenetic has two or three things to say about the temptations of a
total lack of orientation. The setting is provided by huge blocks of flats
on the periphery of unidentifiable metropolises drawn from half the world:
Mondophrenetic is set everywhere and nowhere, where the familiar and the
unknown, here and there, public and private are constantly changing places.
Where the visitor/user can never choose the shortest route and certainly
cannot go the same way twice.

Mondophrenetic exhibitions:
° Foto Biënnale Rotterdam · EXPERIENCE group show, Rotterdam [The
Netherlands], March - April 2003
° Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe [Germany], September - November 2001
° hARTware projekte · Still | Life group show, Dortmund [Germany], September
- - October 2001
° Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, Santiago de Compostela [Spain],
November 2000 - January 2001
° Provinciaal Centrum voor Beeldende Kunsten, Hasselt [Belgium], November -
December 2000
° bruxelles/brussel 2000, Brussels [Belgium], September - October 2000

Mondophrenetic
an installation by Herman Asselberghs _ Els Opsomer _ Rony Vissers
music and soundscapes: David Toop
development of interactive concept, programming and technical advice:
Andreas Kratky
producer: incident vzw
coproducer: bruxelles/brussel 2000
The production and/or past exhibitions of Mondophrenetic were supported by
the Flemish Community Commission of the Brussels Capital Region, the Visual
Arts Commission of the Flemish Community, the Fund OFilm in Flanders¹, the
Belgian National Lottery and the Culture 2000 programme of the European
Commission (Cityscape Project).
On the occasion of the Mondophrenetic exhibition in Santiago de Compostela
[Spain], _ wrapped _, a book project by Herman Asselberghs _ Els Opsomer _
Rony Vissers, was published by the Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea. The
soundtrack by David Toop, 37th Floor at Sunset - Music for Mondophrenetic,
has been released on CD by Sub Rosa.
See more about Mondophrenetic on http://www.mondophrenetic.com

Participants EXPERIENCE exhibition:
Chantal Akerman (B), Herman Asselberghs_Els Opsomer_Rony Vissers (B), Claude
Closky (F), Rineke Dijkstra (NL), Andreas Gursky (D), Alfredo Jaar (USA),
Gerald van der Kaap (NL), Osamu Kanemura (JAP), Tara Karpinski (USA), Bruce
Mau Design (CAN), Geert Mul (NL), Stefan Römer (D), Joachim Schmid (D),
Thomas Struth (D), Francis Summers (UK), Markus Weisbeck (D), MVRDV (NL)

Curators:
Frits Gierstberg and Bas Vroege
Locations:
° Las Palmas, Wilhelminakade 66, Rotterdam
° Nederlands Fotomuseum, Witte de Withstraat 63, Rotterdam

Opening dates and hours:
March 14 - April 21, seven days a week 11h-18h
Directly linked to the FBR 2003, the book EXPERIENCE, media strategies in an
immersive visual culture will be published by NAi Uitgevers. Editing and
compilation: Frits Gierstberg and Bas Vroege. With text contributions by
media experts/theoreticians Francisco van Jole, Timothy Druckrey and Arjen
Mulder. Graphic design: Harmine Louwé.

For press information about the Foto Biënnale Rotterdam 2003 and its main
exhibition, EXPERIENCE, please contact:
Renate Schepen, communication manager FBR 2003
phone: +31 10 213 20 11
mail: rschepen {AT} nfi.nl
See more about the Foto Biënnale Rotterdam 2003 and its main exhibition,
EXPERIENCE, on http://www.fbr.nl





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Date:         Mon, 10 Mar 2003 01:31:03 +0100
From: Kristofer Paetau <kristoferpaetau {AT} WEB.DE>
Subject: The Southbound project

dear friends and collegues,

I'm happy to inform you about the Southbound project in Berlin. The project starts on Friday 14.03 with a speech held by Daniel Birnbaum at 6 PM at the opening of the exhibition and there will be a seminar at Hamburger Bahnhof the next day. More info (also in german) beneath. Hope some of you can come to the opening on friday!

Yours, Kristofer Paetau

(PS. My new address: Freienwalder Str. 32 , 13359 Berlin) 
 




SOUTHBOUND  March 14 - April 13, 2003 

case study of an imaginary community

 

THE SOUTHBOUND PROJECT brings attention to the unprecedented presence of Nordic artists in the city of Berlin. Over the last couple of years Berlin has attracted artists from the Nordic countries in large numbers. They have chosen the German capital, partly because of the relative ease by which they can find accommodations and studios there, but mostly because of Berlin's growing reputaion as the most dynamic city for contemporary art in Europe today. The existence of this network is partly a product of the creative scene in Berlin. With its immense number of cultural events and its relatively open social hierarchies, Berlin provides a boundless urban space for networking. 

With this project, we are not trying to define "the Nordic" or promote a specific Nordic line of art. We intend instead to emphasise the diversity of individual artistic_expression within it, and put a spotlight on the existence of this network of artists and curators living in Berlin and to discuss issues that deals with problems and potentials of living abroad, including the complex relation between nation and individual.  

The Southbound project is divided into two main events: an art exhibition presenting 16 Nordic artists who lives and works in Berlin and a seminar reflecting the themes as decribed above 

THE SOUTHBOUND EXHIBITION 

will open on March 14, 2003 and run until April 13, 2003. 

Opening hours Wednesday-Sunday 12.00-18.00. 

PRESS meeting Friday, March 14 at 13.00.

Opening: Friday March 14 from 18.00-21.00 

Place: Leipziger Strasse 54, U-Bahn (U2) Spittelmarkt 

The participating artists come from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. The artists have been chosen not only because of their nationality and current residency in Berlin but also because their work reflects the variety of practices in contemporary Nordic art, albeit in a foreign setting. 

Participating artists are: 

Jon Brunberg (S)
Jan Christensen (N)
Markus Copper (FIN)
Charlotte Enström (S)
Ulrika Ferm (FIN)
Lise Harlev (DK)
Gustav Hellberg (S)
Mattias Härenstam (N)
Lasse Lau (DK)
Lise Nelleman (DK)
Kristofer Paetau (FIN)
Karin Persson (S)
Lars Ramberg (N)
Kirstine Roepstorff (DK)
Egill Sæbjörnsson (ISL)
Per Teljer (S)

 

THE SEMINAR 

will be held at Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum für Gegenwart - Berlin, 

Invalidenstraße 50-51. 

Saturday March 15 between 12.00 - 18.00. 

We have invited a panel composed of prominent culture politicians, theorists, curators and representatives for funding institutions to hold a discussion. The themes will revolve around the concept of Nationality and how it affects indivuduals and cultural institutions in a world of mobility. 




DEUTSCH


SOUTHBOUND 14. März - 13. April 2003

case study of an imaginary community 



Das Projekt Southbound thematisiert die bemerkenswerte Präsenz nordischer Künstler in Berlin.

Berlin hat in den letzten Jahren eine große Zahl nordischer Künstler angezogen. Sie haben die deutsche Hauptstadt als progressivste Stadt für zeitgenössische Kunst im heutigen Europa gewählt, aber auch, weil es hier verhältnismäßig einfach ist, Ateliers und Unterkunft zu finden. Aufgrund der großen Anzahl kultureller Veranstaltungen und Angebote sowie der relativ durchlässigen sozialen Hierarchie bietet Berlin einen urbanen Raum zur Bildung von grenzüberschreitenden Netzwerken. Die Existenz eines solchen Netzwerkes ist zum Teil Ergebnis der kreativen Szene Berlins. 

Mit diesem Projekt beabsichtigen wir nicht, das „Nordische“ zu definieren oder für eine spezifisch nordische Kunst zu werben, sondern wollen die Vielfalt des individuellen
künstlerischen Ausdrucks innerhalb des Netzwerkes sichtbar machen. Wir wollen auf die Existenz des Netzwerkes von in Berlin lebenden Künstlern und Kuratoren hinweisen
und Fragestellungen diskutieren, die sich auf die Probleme und Chancen eines Lebens im Ausland und auf die Beziehung zwischen Individuum und Nation beziehen. 

Das Southbound Projekt besteht aus zwei Teilen: einer Kunstausstellung von 16 nordischen Künstlern, die in Berlin leben und arbeiten und einem Seminar zu den oben
genannten Fragestellungen. 

DER SOUTHBOUNDAUSTELLUNG

Dauer der Ausstellung: 14. März - 13. April 2003

Öffnungszeiten: Mittwoch - Sonntag, 12.00 - 18.00

Pressebesichtigung: Freitag, 14. März um 13.00 

Eröffnung: Freitag, 14. März von 18.00 - 21.00

Ort: Leipziger Straße 54, U-Bahn Spittelmarkt 

Die Künstler kommen aus Dänemark, Finnland, Island, Norwegen und Schweden. Sie wurden nicht nur wegen ihrer Nationalität und ihrem gegenwärtigen Aufenthaltsort Berlin
ausgewählt, sondern weil ihre Arbeiten die Vielfalt zeitgenössischer Kunstproduktion im Norden, wenn auch in einem anderen Rahmen, zeigen. 

Die teilnehmenden Künstler sind:

Jon Brunberg (S)
Jan Christensen (N)
Markus Copper (FIN)
Charlotte Enström (S)
Ulrika Ferm (FIN)
Lise Harlev (DK)
Gustav Hellberg (S)
Mattias Härenstam (N)
Lasse Lau (DK)
Lise Nelleman (DK)
Kristofer Paetau (FIN)
Karin Persson (S)
Lars Ramberg (N)
Kirstine Roepstorff (DK)
Egill Sæbjörnsson (ISL)
Per Teljer (S)

DAS SEMINAR

findet im Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum für Gegenwart - Berlin, 

Invalidenstraße 50-51,

am Samstag, dem 15. März 2003 von 12.00-18.00 statt. 

Wir haben bekannte Kulturpolitiker, Theoretiker, Kuratoren und Vertreter von Institutionen der Kunstförderung zu einer Podiumsdiskussion eingeladen. Thema ist das
Konzept der Nationalität, welche Rolle es spielt und wie sie sich auf Menschen und Institutionen in einer von Mobilität geprägten Welt auswirkt. 






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Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 21:20:30 -0800 (PST)
From: Ken Goldberg <goldberg {AT} ieor.berkeley.edu>
Subject: atc {AT} ucb: Anne Wagner, Mon 17 Mar 7:30pm 

ATC {AT} UCB:

Video as Messenger
Anne M. Wagner, Art History, UC Berkeley

The Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium
Mon, 17 Mar, 7:30-9:30pm: UC Berkeley,
Location: 160 Kroeber Hall
All ATC Lectures are free and open to the public.

Prof. Wagner's talk will revisit Marshall Mcluhan's understanding of
media: in particular, his mythical notion of social change as sensory
change.  She will consider Mcluhan's anchoring of history to
transformations of the media on which western civilization has been
progressively dependent.  What is particularly interesting in this
context is McLuhan's idea that media exact a bodily toll: their
transformation both wound and provoke numbness as the relations of the
human sensorium undergo what McLuhan (euphemistically) terms
"extension."  With these ideas in mind, the talk will offer a
reconsideration of early video as it understands the abuses that the
body and the senses suffer via contemporary mediations, where both the
artist's experiences and those of the viewer are clearly in play.
- --

Anne M. Wagner is an art historian whose interests are focused on
issues of gender and address in 19th and twentieth century art. Since
1988, she has been a professor in the Department of History of Art at
the University of California, Berkeley, where she is a member of the
Editorial Board of Representations.  Recent essays include studies of
Andy Warhol's Race Riot, Rosemarie Trockel's drawings, and the
rhetorical anxieties characteristic of video and performance, c. 1970.
Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux: Sculptor of the Second Empire, appeared in
1986, and Three Artists (Three Women) was published in 1996.  Her
third book, Brave New Womb: Modernist Maternity and British Sculpture
is nearing publication.

- --
Prof. Wagner will be introduced by Kaja Silverman.

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The ATC Colloquium continues our partnership with the Berkeley Art
Museum and the Walker Art Center to present online video of ATC talks,
available both in QuickTime (highlights) or MP3 audio.  For links and
the full 2002-2003 series schedule, please see:

http://www.ieor.berkeley.edu/~goldberg/lecs/
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