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Table of Contents:

   Geert Lovink booksigning & reception: Monday, April 21                          
     "LEONARDO (mk)" <isast {AT} well.com>                                                

   Life=?ISO-8859-1?B?uQ==?=s (re-)emergence: philosophy, culture, and politics    
     Gregor Claude <gregor {AT} zoom.co.uk>                                               

   Radio Slavoj                                                                    
     Doug Henwood <dhenwood {AT} panix.com>                                               

   Interview with Sadie Plant                                                      
     "Steffen Bohm" <s.g.bohm {AT} warwick.ac.uk>                                         

   V2_: new release V2_Archief                                                     
     V2_Organisation <marije {AT} v2.nl>                                                  

   Online Advocacy and Lobbying Panel Session Webcast                              
     "Steven Clift" <slc {AT} publicus.net>                                               

   Switch Volume 18: Software as Cultural Production                               
     "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>                                                

   complex net art diagram                                                         
     "abraham linkoln" <abelinkoln {AT} hotmail.com>                                      

   i18 of Switch|Journal                                                           
     "_stephan" <ccom {AT} gmx.net>                                                       

   Frontline(s)                                                                    
     "Steffen Bohm" <s.g.bohm {AT} warwick.ac.uk>                                         

   London: Diaspora Capital                                                        
     "Lachlan Brown" <l.brown {AT} london.com>                                            

   for London-based visual artists                                                 
     "Lachlan Brown" <l.brown {AT} london.com>                                            

   en) Baxter2003 protest camp coverage & information                              
     dr.woooo {AT} .SYNTAX-ERROR                                                          

   "debates&Credits. Meda Art in the Public Domain": web journal of the project    
     Tania Goryucheva <tangor {AT} redline.ru>                                            

   Never wake up?                                                                  
     "Melody Parker Carter" <agricola-w {AT} netcologne.de>                               

   ephemera vol 3, no 1 (feb2003)                                                  
     "Obembe, A.O." <aoo5 {AT} leicester.ac.uk>                                           



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Date: Thu, 17 Apr 2003 13:34:10 -0700
From: "LEONARDO (mk)" <isast {AT} well.com>
Subject: Geert Lovink booksigning & reception: Monday, April 21

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ZeroOne to Celebrate Release of Geert Lovink=B9s Latest Book,
"Uncanny Networks: Dialogues with Virtual Intelligentsia"


ZeroOne: The Art and Technology Network, will host a booksigning and
celebration for the MIT Press release of Uncanny Networks: Dialogues with
Virtual Intelligentsia by Geert Lovink, 6 p.m., reception, 7 p.m.,
presentation, Monday, April 21, at IDEO, 831 High Street, in Palo Alto.  Th=
e
evening is being co-presented by CADRE Laboratory for New Media at San Jose
State University, Leonardo/The International Society for the Sciences, Arts
and Technology, and IDEO.

According to Joel Slayton, professor of Digital Media and director of the
CADRE Institute at San Jose State University, the topics explored by Lovink
could have long-range impact on our evolving civilization, =B3There is no mor=
e
important issue than opening up the discourse on tactical strategies,
cultural laboratories and spaces of intervention that question how art,
politics, and economics are relational.=B2

In his new book, Uncanny Networks, Lovink, who is an Amsterdam-born media
theorist, net critic and activist, based in Brisbane, Australia, conducts a
series of online interviews with artists, critics, and theorists 3=8E4 those
who are intimately involved in building the content, interfaces, and
architectures of new media.  He does this over a period of weeks and months=
,
and allows the participants to compose documents of depth and breadth,
rather than simply snapshots of timely references. Lovink approaches these
interviews as imaginative texts that can help create global, networked
dialogue.

The interviews collected in this book are with preeminent artists, critics,
and theorists who are intimately involved in building the content,
interfaces, and architectures of new media. The interviewees include:  Mark
Dery, Kodwo Eshun, Bruno Latour, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Lev Manovich, and
Slavoj Zizek. The topics discussed include digital aesthetics, sound art,
navigating deep audio space, European media philosophy, the Internet in
Eastern Europe, the mixing of old and new in India, critical media studies
in the Asia-Pacific region, Japanese techno tribes, hybrid identities, the
storage of social movements, theory of the virtual class, virtual and urban
spaces, corporate takeover of the Internet, and cyberspace and the rise of
nongovernmental organizations.

=B3With this event, we are pleased to continue to showcase contemporary
thought on art and technology 3=8E4 thought that allows us to imagine new
possibilities. Lovink=B9s forward-thinking new work is a fascinating prophecy
to consider as the Internet continues to change our lives,=B2 said Andy
Cunningham, founder and chairman of ZeroOne.

According to artist, author and engineer, Ken Goldberg, a professor at the
University of California at Berkeley, Uncanny Networks presents original
thinking on media theory. =B3Lovink is quick to question the conventional
wisdom: the result is fresh and insightful, especially given the recent
changes in the landscape,=B2 Goldberg said.

Uncanny Networks will be available for sale, at a discounted price, at the
April 21 event.  It is also available in bookstores or directly from MIT
Press for $27.95, or at a 30% discount (and benefit to Leonardo) through
Amazon at=20
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0262122510/leonardoonlin-20/103-0646=
5
12-3207862


About ZeroOne: The Art and Technology Network
ZeroOne: The Art and Technology Network is a non-profit organization with
the mission of inspiring possibility through the synergy of art and
technology.   ZeroOne fuels creative art and technology projects by
providing infrastructure support and project management, technical resource=
s
and funding. Tapping into Silicon Valley=B9s technical talent, equipment and
entrepreneurial spirit, the organization is a catalyst for artistic
innovation. By expanding cultural horizons through art and technology,
ZeroOne gives a whole new generation of artists and patrons an opportunity
to change the world.

=20
About The CADRE Laboratory for New Media
CADRE Laboratory for New Media, located in the School of Art and Design at
San Jose State University, the oldest public institution of higher educatio=
n
in California, is an interdisciplinary academic and research program
dedicated to the experimental use of information technology and art. A
theoretical and critical orientation provides a conceptual context in which
artistic activities are defined. Faculty and students have participated in
the evolution of media technology for over 15 years. Distinguished facultie=
s
representing interdisciplinary interest have created a unique academic
environment dedicated to envisioning the cultural frontier and implementing
theoretical strategies that will lead there.

About Leonardo/ the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and
Technology
Leonardo began international publication of its print journal in 1968, and
has continued to focus for more than 30 years on writings by artists who
work with science- and technology-based art media.  The International
Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology Press was founded in 1982 to
further the aims of Leonardo by providing avenues of communication for
artists working in contemporary media. Leonardo/ISAST continues this work
through its print journals, book series, CD series, web journal, web sites
and other activities.  Its book series, published by MIT Press, publishes
texts by artists, scientists, researchers and scholars that present
innovative discourse on the convergence of art, science and technology.
Envisioned as a catalyst for enterprise, research and creative and scholarl=
y
experimentation, the book series enables diverse intellectual communities t=
o
explore common grounds of expertise. For more information, see
www.leonardo.info=20

=20
About MIT Press
The MIT Press is the only university press in the United States specializin=
g
in science and technology and committed to exploring new fields and new
modes of inquiry. The Press's enthusiasm for innovation is reflected in its
continuing exploration of the electronic frontier. Since the late 1960s, it
has experimented with electronic publishing tools. From the paper-tape
systems through IBM Composers to its present-day use of direct-to-press
production technologies, its intensive use of the Internet, and its
commitment to new electronic products3=8E4whether digital journals or entirel=
y
new forms of communication3=8E4MIT Press has continued to look for efficient
and effective means to serve its readership.

=20
About IDEO
IDEO, an award winning international design firm, identifies opportunities
for innovation and evaluates new ideas through rapid prototyping.  The firm
offers complete innovation and design services, from strategy and concept
development to engineering and production.  The company creates products,
services, and environment for companies pioneering new ways to provide valu=
e
for their customers.  Drawing on twenty years of experience in the field of
innovation and design, IDEO defines and develops new futures for industry
leaders. IDEO=B9s multidisciplinary teams include specialists from fields
including human factors, cognitive psychology, business strategy, design
planning, industrial design, interaction design, graphic design,
architecture, mechanical and electrical engineering, software and
manufacturing.  Notable projects include: the first commercial computer
mouse for Apple Computer and a collaboration with Rem Koolhaas to create
invisible technology at the innovative Prada Epicenter in New York City.

=20

Press Contact:
Steven Brewster
415.618.8736
sbrewster {AT} cunningham.com

###

=20

- --=20

Geert Lovink's "Uncanny Networks: Dialogues with the Virtual
Intelligentsia," the latest volume in the Leonardo Book Series, includes
interviews with artists, critics, and theorists who are intimately involved
in building content, interfaces, and architectures of new media. Order your
copy  {AT}  http://mitpress.mit.edu/Leonardo/isast/leobooks.html




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Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2003 10:22:55 +0100
From: Gregor Claude <gregor {AT} zoom.co.uk>
Subject: Life=?ISO-8859-1?B?uQ==?=s (re-)emergence: philosophy, culture, and politics 

Life¹s (re-)emergence: philosophy, culture, and politics

A one-day conference * Friday 23 May 2003 * Goldsmiths College * London
Ian Gulland Lecture Theatre * 10am - 6pm
 
Speakers: 

Brian Massumi (University of Montreal): Living Memory

John Mullarkey (University of Sunderland): Bio-Aesthetics or the Memory of
the Senses

Luciana Parisi (University of East London): Abstract Sex: bio-digital
machines and symbiotic micropolitics

Jamie King (Mute/University of Minnesota) and Matthew Hyland (Wolverine): An
inherited agenda for annihilating nothingness

Howard Caygill (Goldsmiths College): Life and Energy

Scott Lash (Goldsmiths College): Comments on ŒLiving Memory¹

- -- -- -- --

In recent years life has emerged as a concept of extraordinary scope,
reaching into a wide variety of fields. In the tradition of continental
philosophy, life as well as related concepts (virtuality, emergence,
multiplicity, etc.) opens up novel ways in which crucial ontological
problems can be addressed. In the social sciences, the concept of life has
begun to redefine critical disciplines such as cultural studies. In more
praxis-oriented fields such as management (complex adaptive systems), or
computing (a-life), life is increasingly established as a central paradigm.
Most visibly, though, it is the advances in the fields of biotechnology and
biomedicine that has led to the problematisation of life.

Clearly, the conceptual terrains covered by the different notions of life
diverge rather substantially. Life, it seems, does not always equal life. Or
does it ever?

In the context of this conference, life's (re-)emergence is strongly linked
to the comeback of Henri Bergson. His philosophy of life shall serve as
point of departure for the exploration of life¹s importance for mind,
individuality, and culture. It is our intention to provide a platform on
which connections can be drawn among heterogeneous approaches to life. In
doing this, we hope to be able to create a temporal life-machine that can be
employed to explore new approaches to philosophy, culture and politics.

Attendance is free, but please reserve seats in advance. For reservations,
conference abstracts, schedule, or any other information, email Maria Lakka
<cup01ml {AT} gold.ac.uk>, phone 077 21 76 21 31, or see
<www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/cultural-studies>


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Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2003 13:59:51 -0400
From: Doug Henwood <dhenwood {AT} panix.com>
Subject: Radio Slavoj

Ok, my interview with Slavoj Zizek is in the can, and will run on my 
show this Thursday, 5-6 PM NYC time, WBAI 99.5 FM NYC and on the web 
at <http://www.wbai.org>. He talks in this interview about the war on 
Iraq, just what's different about the Bush version of American 
imperialism, the role of fantasy in politics (e.g., the entirely 
false but widely popular belief that Saddam was behind 9/11), and a 
million other things in an interview that will take up the entire 
show.

If you miss it live, it'll be up on the web late Thursday/early 
Friday at <http://www.leftbusinessobserver.com/Radio.html>.


- -- 

Doug Henwood
Left Business Observer
38 Greene St - 4th fl.
New York NY 10013-2505 USA
voice  +1-212-219-0010
fax    +1-212-219-0098
cell   +1-917-865-2813
email  <mailto:dhenwood {AT} panix.com>
web    <http://www.leftbusinessobserver.com>


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Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2003 21:48:03 +0100
From: "Steffen Bohm" <s.g.bohm {AT} warwick.ac.uk>
Subject: Interview with Sadie Plant

The following interview with Sadie Plant, conducted by Chris Land, has
just appeared in 'ephemera: critical dialogues on organization'
(www.ephemeraweb.org)


Mobile Mutations
By Sadie Plant and Chris Land

Abstract:
Between May 2002 and March 2003, Chris Land conducted an email
conversation with Sadie Plant, in which they discussed topics ranging
from life and work outside the institutions of academia to the future of
the human species. Along the way, this virtual conversation ranges
across neuro-pharmacology, the Situationiste Internationale, mobile
telephony and the characterisation of the current global situation by a
paradoxical conjunction of increasing mobility and tightly policed
immobility. Through a series of engagements the general question is
posed as to whether mobility itself is an increasingly fundamental arena
for the contemporary exercise of power and what this conception of
mobility might mean in an age of pervasive information technologies.
Where mobility and communication are increasingly intertwined both
issues need to be increasingly interrogated in relation to the
transformations or mutations that they perform.


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Date: Thu, 17 Apr 2003 17:05:49 +0200
From: V2_Organisation <marije {AT} v2.nl>
Subject: V2_: new release V2_Archief

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New release V2_Archief: LP/CD '(FAVORITES)' by Roel Meelkop

Roel Meelkop - '(FAVORITES)' LP/CD
Two years in the making, and available just before the end of the year=20
2002. '(FAVORITES)' is Roel Meelkop's first real remix project. All=20
material used has been taken from vinyl (for the LP) and CD (for the CD)=20
and take a special place in Meelkop's personal music history. The term=20
remix is perhaps not completely appropriate, it is much rather an=20
assimilation of the influence these tracks have on Meelkop's musical=20
development. '(FAVORITES)' can therefor be seen as a homage to the artists.=
=20
This resulted in 18 tracks that fit in Meelkop's world and also subtly=20
refer to the original.

LP/CD '(FAVORITES)', 18 tracks
Price: =80 17,50

More information can be found on www.v2.nl/store. At this URL it is=20
possible to order the LP/CD online.

You can also order the LP/CD by sending a reply e-mail, mentioning your=20
name, address, town and zip code, country and telephone number. V2_ will=20
then contact you about the payment procedure and shipping possibilities.
The order will be send to your home address as soon as V2_ has received=20
your payment.=20

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Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2003 14:18:59 -0500
From: "Steven Clift" <slc {AT} publicus.net>
Subject: Online Advocacy and Lobbying Panel Session Webcast


For those of you interested in online activism - this webcast on 
online advocacy and lobbying puts a more institutional twist on 
effective ways to use this medium to organize and make your voice 
heard in the political process. 

Steven Clift 
http://www.publicus.net  

P.S. I am always interested hearing about online advocacy success 
stories and lessons learned <clift {AT} publicus.net> for my Democracies 
Online Newswire <http://www.e-democracy.org/do> <- subscribe free 
here.  


*** Democracies Online Newswire -  http://e-democracy.org/do ***

                                          ---- Please Forward --->

Online Advocacy and Lobbying Webcast


This event was hosted by E-Democracy <http://e-democracy.org> and the
Institute for New Media Studies <http://www.inms.umn.edu> at the
University of Minnesota.

Have you ever wondered:

- - What were the top e-mails received by Governor Jesse Ventura?
- - What people think when an interest group doesn't have a website?
- - What is an advanced collaborative online advocacy network?
- - What is online advocacy and lobbying anyway?

If so, then listen to the online advocacy webcast from:
    http://www.e-democracy.org/neoamn

Or directly from:
   http://www.inms.umn.edu/neoamn/onlineadvocacypanel.ram

The webcast includes audio with Power Point slides in Real format or
audio-only for download in MP3.  Short and to the point panelist
presentations were followed by audience questions and an engaging
discussion and debate.

This is one of the best panel sessions ever held on this topic in
general, and likely the only one freely available on the Internet.
Minnesota is known for its depth of online political activity -
lessons learned here are valuable everywhere.

The dynamic panelists include:

Robbie LaFluer
   - Director, Minnesota Legislative Reference Library

Marcia Avner
   - Public Policy Director, Minnesota Council of Non-Profits
   - Author, Lobbying and Advocacy Handbook for Nonprofit Orgs.

David Strom
   - Legislative Director, Taxpayers League of Minnesota

Brian Elliott
   - Political Coordinator, Clean Water Action Alliance
   - Minnesota Environmental Action Network

Christine Nelson
   - Former Director of Citizen Outreach, Governor Ventura's Office

Linda Jean Kensicki - Panel Moderator
   - Asst. Professor, School of Journalism and Mass Communication,
     University of Minnesota


Stay tuned next week for the announcement about the Net & Elections
panel or get a preview at the same site.


Sincerely,
Steven Clift
Visiting Fellow <http://www.publicus.net/fellow> - February 2003
Institute for New Media Studies, University of Minnesota

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Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2003 00:50:11 -0700
From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
Subject: Switch Volume 18: Software as Cultural Production

switch.sjsu.edu Volume 18: Software as Cultural Production

Only recently have critics, theorists and artists begun to address the
implications of interface outside the protological simplicities of human
machine interaction. The CADRE Laboratory for New Media is pleased to
announce SWITCH Volume 18 Interface: Software as Cultural Production.

Volume 18 features discussion transcripts from this years CADRE
Invitational. The CADRE Invitational represents a yearlong series of
discussions with renowned artists, theorists, curators and scientist. Topics
include social and cultural inequality, the emergence of the virtual class,
the economy of attention, the role of entrepreneurialism, tactical and
network protocols, distributed control, authority, surveillance, cooperation
models and cultural imperialism. Participants include Jan Hauser, Marisa
Olson, Peter Lunenfeld, Maggie Morse and Douglas Englebart.

We are also pleased to present the first English translation of Pierre Levy'
s The Collective Intelligence Game along with a description of his research
at the University of Ottawa.

Software as Cultural Production includes interviews with Oliver Grau, author
of Virtual Art; Stelarc; and Time O'Reilly. Also featured are essays by
Margaret Morse, The Poetics of Interactivity, Low Tech/High Concept by Jenny
Hager and Slipping the Interface by Jennifer Henderson. Michael Chernobrod
offers a review of Resfest 2002. Also included in this volume is a
curatorial project by John Bruneau and Michael Chernobrod entitled Digital
Insights presenting the work of CADRE OpenGl projects exploring information
mapping.

SWITCH is the new media art journal of the CADRE Laboratory for New Media of
the School of Art and Design at San Jose State University. It has been
published on the Web since 1995. We are interested in fostering a critical
viewpoint on issues and developments in the multiple crossovers between art
and technology. Our main focus is on questioning and analyzing as well as
reporting and discussing these new art forms as they develop, in hopes of
encouraging dialogue and possible collaboration with others who are working
and considering similar issues.

SWITCH aims to critically evaluate developments in art and technology in
order to contribute to the formation of alternative viewpoints with the
intention of expanding the arena in which new art and technology emerge.
Switch is produced by graduate students of the CADRE Laboratory for New
Media at San Jose State University. First published in 1995. Archives
available on-line.

Executive Editor: Joel Slayton
Managing Editors: Stephan Hechenberger and Matt Mays
Contributing Editors: Mark Gonzales, Jennifer Henderson, Michael Velasquez,
Jenny Hager, Brett Stalbaum, Sheila Malone, Geri Wittig

http://switch.sjsu.edu/


Contact
Stephan Hechenberger ccom (at) gmx (dot) net
Joel Slayton joel (at) well (dot) com

PS: A couple of days ago we were slashdotted:
http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=03/04/15/0437224&mode=thread&tid=189&tid=
95




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Date: Sun, 13 Apr 2003 01:49:20 +0000
From: "abraham linkoln" <abelinkoln {AT} hotmail.com>
Subject: complex net art diagram

complex net art diagram:  a remix of mtaa's simple net art diagram

now up at

http://www.linkoln.net/complex/

abe



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Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2003 18:57:04 -0700
From: "_stephan" <ccom {AT} gmx.net>
Subject: i18 of Switch|Journal

- ---[ switch.sjsu.edu Announcing Volume 18: Software as Cultural
Production

Only recently have critics, theorists and artists begun to address the
implications of interface outside the protological simplicities of human
machine interaction. The CADRE Laboratory for New Media is pleased to
announce SWITCH Volume 18 Interface: Software as Cultural Production.

Volume 18 features discussion transcripts from this years CADRE
Invitational. The CADRE Invitational represents a yearlong series of
discussions with renowned artists, theorists, curators and scientist.
Topics include social and cultural inequality, the emergence of the
virtual class, the economy of attention, the role of entrepreneurialism,
tactical and network protocols, distributed control, authority,
surveillance, cooperation models and cultural imperialism. Participants
include Jan Hauser, Marisa Olson, Peter Lunenfeld, Maggie Morse and
Douglas Englebart.

We are also pleased to present the first English translation of Pierre
Levy's The Collective Intelligence Game along with a description of his
research at the University of Ottawa. 

Software as Cultural Production includes interviews with Oliver Grau,
author of Virtual Art; Stelarc; and Time O'Reilly. Also featured are
essays by Margaret Morse, The Poetics of Interactivity, Low Tech/High
Concept by Jenny Hager and Slipping the Interface by Jennifer Henderson.
Michael Chernobrod offers a review of Resfest 2002. Also included in
this volume is a curatorial project by John Bruneau and Michael
Chernobrod entitled Digital Insights presenting the work of CADRE OpenGl
projects exploring information mapping. 

SWITCH is the new media art journal of the CADRE Laboratory for New
Media of the School of Art and Design at San Jose State University. It
has been published on the Web since 1995. We are interested in fostering
a critical viewpoint on issues and developments in the multiple
crossovers between art and technology. Our main focus is on questioning
and analyzing as well as reporting and discussing these new art forms as
they develop, in hopes of encouraging dialogue and possible
collaboration with others who are working and considering similar
issues. 

SWITCH aims to critically evaluate developments in art and technology in
order to contribute to the formation of alternative viewpoints with the
intention of expanding the arena in which new art and technology emerge.
Switch is produced by graduate students of the CADRE Laboratory for New
Media at San Jose State University. First published in 1995. Archives
available on-line. 

Executive Editor: Joel Slayton 
Managing Editors: Stephan Hechenberger and Matt Mays 
Contributing Editors: Mark Gonzales, Jennifer Henderson, Michael
Velasquez, Jenny Hager, Brett Stalbaum, Sheila Malone, Geri Wittig

Contact 
Stephan Hechenberger ccom (at) gmx (dot) net
Joel Slayton joel (at) well (dot) com


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

Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2003 21:48:03 +0100
From: "Steffen Bohm" <s.g.bohm {AT} warwick.ac.uk>
Subject: Frontline(s)

The following paper, a collection of images of the war in Iraq and the
movement of resistance against it, has just appeared in 'ephemera:
critical diaolgues on organization' (www.ephemeraweb.org)


Frontline(s)
By Sian Sullivan

Abstract:
The challenge of theorising and analysing socio-political phenomena can
feel overwhelming given today's somewhat threatening realpolitik (9/11,
US-led wars on Afghanistan, Iraq and now, perhaps, Syria) and the rapid
pace with which (dis)information is received, digested and discarded.
Through an act of 'literary montage' construction, and prefaced by some
interpretation of my own, I offer this 'exhibit' as an attempt to
highlight this sense of dislocation whilst simultaneously 'building a
picture'. A specific concern is to problematise the notion of 'the
frontline'. Given blatant military and economic imperialism by the US,
underscored by the construction and fetishising of the rational subject
under modernity and the social democratic state, I suggest that
frontlines are located in any public or private space where the
legitimacy of these interests and categories is questioned. Expressions
of difference, including peace activism, thus become "proliferating
illegitimacies"  and are policed as such. Against this context, the
texts positioned here tell of growing realisation and fear of the
coldness and instrumentalism at the heart of empire-building, of which
both the horrific violence currently inflicted on Iraqi people, and the
discounting and suppression of dissent to war worldwide, are part. For a
global anti-capitalist/pro-justice movement that recognises trade in
arms as a core constraint on human potential, reaching beyond this fear
- - retaining the hope of the 'politics of possibility' with which this
'movement of movements' has come to be identified - emerges as a latent
and essential challenge.


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Date: Thu, 17 Apr 2003 03:11:24 -0500
From: "Lachlan Brown" <l.brown {AT} london.com>
Subject: London: Diaspora Capital



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> 
> Or are you an arts programmer seeking to engage more fully with the city¹s
> growing cultural diversity?
> 
> Then visit London Diaspora Capital at www.culturalco-operation.org
> 
> This new artists¹ resource increases the visibility of under-recognised or
> emerging artistic talent within London¹s diverse communities and encourages
> cross-cultural dialogue and networking.
> 
> - Audiovisual profiles on 100+ artists and growing
> 
> - one million page hits in first six months
> 
> - free set of professional photographs for artists featured
> 
> - initial analysis of training and development needs
> 
> - future links being developed with artists from New York, Paris, Berlin,
> Cape Town and other world cities
> 
> Call or email us with contact details of an artist/group you think we should
> consider for inclusion in this resource.
> 
> Cultural Co-operation, Toynbee Studios, 28 Commercial St, London E1 6AB
> T: 020 7456 0400/3 F: 020 7456 0401 E: ldc {AT} culturalco-operation.org
> 
> Funded by Arts Council England, London, Association of London Government,
> City Parochial Foundation
> 
> Cultural Co-operation Ltd is an independent arts charity that promotes
> cross-cultural contact, dialogue and understanding.
> 
> 
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Date: Thu, 17 Apr 2003 03:13:59 -0500
From: "Lachlan Brown" <l.brown {AT} london.com>
Subject: for London-based visual artists



for announcements 2, 

> Please find below the latest e-letter from Artquest packed full of
> opportunities and information for London-based visual artists.
> 
> We are forwarding this e-letter as a one-off. If you would like to receive
> further e-letters from Artquest, please subscribe by sending an email to
> info {AT} artquest.org.uk
> 
> ____________________________
> 
> Artquest e-letter
> No. 9
> 15 April 2003
> http://www.artquest.org.uk We apologise for any cross postings.
> Artquest is funded by Arts Council England and The London Institute.
> 
> Welcome to Artquest's e-letter No.9, our update to subscribers. If you know
> of anyone who may benefit from current information relating to opportunities
> for visual artists and craftspeople in London and beyond, please forward
> this e-letter to them. To subscribe to our e-letter and e-bulletins, contact
> info {AT} artquest.org.uk. If you would like to be deleted from the Artquest
> emailing list please contact info {AT} artquest.org.uk and type 'unsubscribe' in
> subject title. 
> 
> Artquest aims to provide a website which is both accurate and current. We
> therefore welcome any feedback and comment. If you come across any
> inaccuracies, redundant information or would like to have information posted
> on the site, please contact us at russell {AT} artquest.org.uk. Artquest does not
> post 'third party' information and opportunities on its e-letters in order
> not to duplicate existing organisations newsletters and so that subscribers
> receive concise emails which promote only Artquest related events and
> initiatives. 
> 
> =========================================================================
> 
> INDEX
> 1. The Artlaw Archive
> 2. Critical Directions 4
> 3. Curator / Practitioner Seminar
> 4. Making Successful Applications
> 5. Media Contacts
> 6. What's New  {AT}  Artquest
> 7. Other Artquest Services
> 
> =========================================================================
> 
> PLEASE REMEMBER THAT ARTQUEST OPPORTUNITIES ARE ONLY OPEN TO VISUAL ARTISTS
> LIVING AND WORKING IN LONDON.
> 
> 1. The Artlaw Archive
> Artquest is pleased to announce that Artlaw, a regular feature in Art
> Monthly magazine since 1976, will be available on the Artquest website at
> www.artquest.org.uk/artlaw from 27 May 2003. To bookmark this page for
> future use go to http://www.artquest.org.uk/artlaw/
> 
> This important historical archive will be free to view and search online and
> covers over 25 years of art related topics such as contracts, copyright,
> droit de suite, freedom of expression, moral rights and patronage.
> 
> Artquest has recently been gifted this significant archive by art law
> barrister Henry Lydiate. Henry has written the Artlaw page in Art Monthly
> magazine since 1976. This archive, comprising about 250,000 words, will
> reside in a new area of the Artquest website entitled The ARTLAW archive.
> Artquest has also commissioned 15 new introductions for the archive.
> 
> This is a significant historical document and research tool for artists,
> craftspeople, curators and other visual arts professionals. The Artlaw
> archive adds value to Artquest’s programme in many ways, not least providing
> visual artists and craftspeople the opportunity to research and develop
> their practice and professional standing in the UK and beyond through a
> significant and comprehensive archival source.
> 
> This project is financially supported by The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
> and Arts Council England. The project is also supported by Art Monthly
> magazine. 
> 
> Biography
> Barrister Henry Lydiate is a recognised and respected legal expert in the
> contemporary art world. He continues to give pro bono advice to artists and
> lectures on art law issues worldwide in addition to continuing his work in
> the judiciary. Henry was also a founding member of Artlaw Services, a not
> for profit company established in 1978. It provided specialist legal advice
> and help on artlaw matters, an educational programme and a publications
> programme until 1983. A small team of full-time legal staff were supported
> by around 30 lawyers who gave their services pro bono through the Artlaw
> Clinic of Volunteer Lawyers. This service emerged out of the Artlaw Research
> Project, chiefly funded by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and partly by
> the Arts Council of Great Britain (now ACE), the current funding partners
> for the new archive.
> 
> 
> 2. Critical Directions 4
> Following a period of review, Artquest is pleased to announce the
> continuation of our Critical Directions programme. Critical Directions is a
> professional development and one to one opportunity for London-based visual
> artists and craftspeople, now offered over a three-month period. The
> programme includes a group seminar, followed by two one to one studio visits
> with an artists advisor and curator.
> 
> The aims of this programme include enabling artists to:
> 
> Explore, discuss and gain feedback on their practice with their peers
> Analyse personal and professional skills and identify their needs and
> resources Create a strategic plan of action appropriate to achieving their
> objectives 
> 
> Following our previous round, for recent graduates, this opportunity is open
> to emerging artists (3-10 years practising) and mid career artists (10 years
> + practising) only. Seminars will be taking place in May and June
> respectively. 
> 
> Application deadlines:
> Emerging artists - Wednesday 30th April
> Mid – Career artists - Friday 30th May
> For information and an application form please visit
> http://www.artquest.org.uk/onetoone.html
> 
> 
> 3. Curator / Practitioner Seminar
> With Andrew Bick and Gordon Cheung, chaired by Kathy Dalwood Monday 19th May
> 2003, 7 - 9:30 pm
> 
> Following our recent gallery talk with Fred Mann from Rhodes + Mann gallery,
> Artquest is pleased to announce a forthcoming seminar, as part of a series,
> with two of Britain's emerging artists/curators.
> 
> Artists are increasingly finding new ways of creating opportunities for
> themselves, and are taking on multiple roles. The combination of practising
> as an artist and working as a curator presents an opportunity to discuss the
> nature of artistic practise, the gallery sector and the use of artists
> skills and services. Andrew Bick and Gordon Cheung are two artists/curators
> who will shed some light on their modes of operation and discuss their own
> practices, methods and career histories. For Biographies of Andrew, Gordon
> and Kathy, go to http://www.artquest.org.uk/training.html
> 
> There are 40 spaces for this event, available on a first-come, first-served
> basis. To apply, please complete the online booking form at
> http://www.artquest.org.uk/training.html by Friday 25th April 2003.
> 
> 
> 4. Making Successful Applications
> A new article, 'Successful Applications', has been put in the 'funding'
> section. This article has lots of valuable advice, tips and do's and dont's
> about how you can make a successful application for funding, residencies,
> exhibitions or any other art opportunities. View it at
> http://www.artquest.org.uk/successfulapplications.html
> 
> 
> 5. Media Contacts
> Artquest has recently acquired a list of media contacts for national and
> local TV, radio and print publications, including arts journals, ethnic
> press, gay and lesbian magazines, regional arts guides - even in-flight
> magazines! You can access this information when you book a session to use
> the Artquest computer, either to use the FunderFinder software (to assist
> you in finding charities that might fund your work) or for free internet
> access. You can also see the Global Arts Information Directory, in PDF, when
> you book an appointment to visit. Email Sonya Dyer at sonya {AT} artquest.org.uk
> to book or for more information.
> 
> 
> 6. What's New  {AT}  Artquest
> To quickly find out what's new on the Artquest website simply go to
> http://www.artquest.org.uk and click on 'What's New'
> 
> =========================================================================
> Q-TIP: The Enterprise Centre, a programme of the London Institute at London
> College of Printing is widening its remit (in partnership with Business Link
> for London) to encompass non-London Institute artists, craftspeople and
> designers. Creative practitioners can now contact The Enterprise Centre to
> receive free business advice and support. To access the website and to book
> a free 1 hour session with a Creative Business Advisor, or for more
> information call 020 7514 7985 (10am-5pm,Mon-Fri) or email
> enterprise {AT} lcp.linst.ac.uk
> =========================================================================
> 
> 7. Other Artquest services.......
> 
> Website Updates
> Since the last Artquest e-bulletin went out in February, we have added 45
> new deadlines, 23 fairs, 16 new residencies, 9 new talks, 4 new sources for
> email newsletters, 16 new internet based research sources for artists, 1 new
> studio space and new training information, as well as further information in
> our 'overseas' and 'international' sections for craftspeople, artists,
> photographers and filmmakers.
> 
> Top Ten Searches
> Check out our new search options, including a quick list menu of our top ten
> searches - maybe what you're looking for, everyone else wants too!
> 1) Materials - including painting canvas, sculptural materials, neon
> signage, websites and domain names and new media materials.
> 2) Studios - listings of virtually all the studio complexes in London,
> listed by medium specialism.
> 3) Funding - look at the main funding page and decide what kind of funding
> you are looking for.
> 4) Residencies and Commissions - see a huge list of residencies, both UK and
> overseas, listed by specialism. This page also contains some links to
> residency-specific funding strands.
> 5) Insurance - look for either lists of insurance companies or how to insure
> your intellectual copyright
> 6) Galleries (Venues section) - listings of virtually all the galleries and
> artist's run spaces in London, for you to approach with suitable exhibition
> proposals 
> 7) Copyright - cheat sheet of what copyright is, and how to protect yourself
> legally 
> 8) Our seminars and events - see the 'how artquest works' section for
> details of our forthcoming and past events.
> 9) Submissions and deadlines dates - huge listing (the only centralised list
> in the UK) for artists to cross-check deadlines for residencies,
> commissions, funding opportunities, gallery submissions, conferences, art
> and craft fairs, training opportunities and fellowships.
> 10) finally - check our sitemap, which has a full listing of all the
> individual pages of information held on the Artquest site.
> 
> New page - 'other sources and subscriptions' - at
> http://www.artquest.org.uk/almanac.html
> 
> =========================================================================
> Q-TIP: The FunderFinder website provides free downloadable (PC only)
> software to help you apply for and budget for grant applications. Apply
> Yourselves is a Windows only software program that helps to write a grant
> application, whereas Budget Yourselves helps to write a budget for a grant
> application. Download them from the FunderFinder website at
> http://www.funderfinder.org.uk/freesoft.html
> 
> Apply Yourselves - http://www.funderfinder.org.uk/applyyou.html
> Budget Yourselves - http://www.funderfinder.org.uk/budgeyou.html
> =========================================================================
> 
> In February, the Artquest site had 31,807 successful page requests, our
> highest ever monthly total. In March, we had 31,661 hits. This takes our
> total page request count to 312,329 to the end of March.
> 
> Artquest Legal Advice Online
> Artquest has just completed a 3-month pilot project to provide London-based
> artists and craftspeople with a free online legal advice service. Following
> assessment of the uptake and complexity of the legal queries received during
> this period, a decision will be made whether or not to make the service a
> permanent feature of Artquest's services.
> 
> The UK ArtsMap
> A map of how public funding bodies interconnect, has been added to the
> 'funding' section of the Artquest site. See
> http://www.artquest.org.uk/funding.html and click on 'UK ArtsMap'.
> 
> Global Arts Directory
> Artquest has purchased a PDF copy of the Global Arts Information Directory,
> a 340-page publication six years in the making, which aims to list every art
> competition, internationally, with deadlines, applications information and
> background. This is available to artists booking computer sessions either to
> use FunderFinder (to assist in narrowing down possible charities to apply
> for funding) or free internet access. Sessions on the public access computer
> are available on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, either 10-12pm or 2-4pm.
> Contact Sonya Dyer at sonya {AT} artquest.org.uk to book.
> 
> Event Archive
> Visit the 'training & seminar' page by clicking on
> http://www.artquest.org.uk/howartquestworks.html to view photographs from
> past Artquest events such as the artists>>art conference, held in
> partnership with Engage and Artquest's stand at this summer's Fresh Art
> Fair. 
> 
> 7 Steps to Self-Employment & Business Start-Up
> In response to user feedback, Artquest has recently commissioned a
> step-by-step guide to artists' self-employment and business start-up. This
> useful 7 step plan, compiled by art consultant Alison Branagan is now
> available on the website at http://www.artquest.org.uk/ manage.html then
> click on 'new business'.
> 
> Free Internet Access Computer at Artquest
> A computer terminal and printer is available for use (for free) by London's
> artists and craftspeople wishing to undertake creative, professional and
> funding research. The computer, which includes FunderFinder software, can be
> booked for a maximum of 2 hours per session. For more details go to our
> website at http://www.artquest.org.uk/event.html and click on 'artquest
> resources'. 
> 
> FunderFinder
> Artists and craftspeople can also book a session on Artquest's public access
> computer to utilise FunderFinder, a software package for UK grant seekers
> which assists individuals and groups (through a diagnostic analysis) to
> prioritise relevant trusts and foundations for the user. Copies of the
> 'Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2001-02', 'A Guide to Grants for
> Individuals in Need 2000-01', 'A Guide to the Major Trusts 2001-02', 'UK
> Company Giving' and the 'Sponsorship & Donations Yearbook 2001' are also
> available for use by artists when booked onto the Artquest computer terminal
> 
> =========================================================================
> Q-Tip: have you checked the latest deadlines on the London Almanac? Artquest
> is the only general calendar site for deadlines, etc, and we list deadlines
> currently up to October 2003...
> 
> Click on http://www.artquest.org.uk/lon.html to get the latest dates for
> submissions, residencies, funding, and to find out what conferences and
> symposia are coming up. Also, why not visit the artupdate website at
> http://www.artupdate.com. By subscribing to artupdate you will receive a
> fortnightly national and international exhibition listings service, direct
> to your email in-box.
> =========================================================================
> 
> DISCLAIMER
> Artquest's mission is to provide a comprehensive advice and information
> service to London's visual arts professionals at all stages of their
> careers.
> 
> Artquest makes every effort to provide information which is relevant and as
> complete, up-to-date and accurate as possible. Any information and material
> provided is for informative purposes only and should not diminish the
> individual's obligation to seek appropriate professional advice where such
> is required or necessary. Neither Artquest nor any of its employees, agents
> or subcontractors can be held responsible or liable to users of the
> information or any other person for any errors or omissions, or for any
> losses, costs or claims which arise as a result of relying on such
> information or advice. Please contact us if you find any material on the
> site which is inaccurate or misleading. Artquest is not responsible for the
> content of external internet sites.
> 
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> notes) are held in the strictest confidence. Artquest takes all precautions
> to protect the confidentiality of enquirers. If you have received this email
> in error, please delete it immediately and contact info {AT} artquest.org.uk to
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> please contact Christina Christou at Arts Council England - London on 020
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> 



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Toronto
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Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2003 14:55:34 +1000
From: dr.woooo {AT} .SYNTAX-ERROR
Subject: en) Baxter2003 protest camp coverage & information 


msg forwarded from folx involved in No one is illegal - Melbourne.
Alot of groups and individuals are participating in this project, a number of 
these are anti-authoritarian.

Baxter2003 protest camp coverage & information 

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This Easter will see the Baxter 2003 border camp come into being. Three 
thousand people are expected to converge on the detention centre located near 
the small South Australian town of Port Augusta.

As a part of this years camp there will be a radio project called Radio Free 
Baxter. This project will be broadcasting a programin the immediate area of the 
detention centre. It will also be taking in-coming calls from the centre - the 
aim is to establish two-way communication with the people imprisoned in the 
detention centre.

Indymedia will be out at the border camp this year as well, providing self-
publishing facilities for the camp.

The Radio Free Baxter website will be maintained with audio transcripts from 
the broadcasts, and indymedia will be providing coverage of the news and action 
from the camp as well as posting stories from detinees, Port Augusta locals and 
protesters.

You can find the projects at the URL's below, as well as more information about 
the camp and the Baxter detention centre.

Radio Free Baxter: http://antimedia.net/radiobaxter
Indymedia: http://melbourne.indymedia.org
Camp site: http://baxter2003.baxterwatch.net
No One Is Illegal: http://antimedia.net/nooneisillegal
 
 




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Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2003 11:52:02 +0400
From: Tania Goryucheva <tangor {AT} redline.ru>
Subject: "debates&Credits. Meda Art in the Public Domain": web journal of the project

Dear friends and colleagues,

We've just launched bilingual web journal of the Dutch-Russian art project
"debates & Credits. Media Art in the Public Domain" .
Please find the announcement below.

Greetings,
Tania Goryucheva

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debates & Credits
Media Art in the Public Domain

A Dutch Russian Media/Art/Project


OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF WEB JOURNAL / ARCHIVE


In the period September - October 2002 a series of artist
interventions into urban space and the space of the media were
executed in Amsterdam, Moscow and Ekaterinburg, as part of the art
project "debates & Credits - Media Art in the Public Domain". Four
Russian artists or art collectives and four artists / collectives
from The Netherlands were invited to design various kinds of
interventionist media art projects for the public urban space as well
as the public media spaces within these cities. The aim was to
question the conditions of public communication and the politics of
urban and media space.

The results of these often unannounced actions were carefully
documented. The first part of this documentation, the web journal or
archive, is now finished and can be found on-line at:

http://www.debates.nl

The journal contains curatorial statements, reports, extensive
photographic documentation and a series of video impressions linked
to the individual reports. The journal also contains a number of
essays and related documents that provide further background
information to the ideas behind the project, as well as the work of
the artists involved.

We are currently preparing a book and a DVD about the project, which
will be presented publicly at De Balie, Centre for Culture and
Politics in Amsterdam on Friday June 7, 2003. The book and DVD will
then be available from De Balie.

Please feel free send us your questions or comments about the project.

Curators:

Tania Goryucheva
(Moscow)
tangor {AT} redline.ru

Eric Kluitenberg
(Amsterdam)
epk {AT} xs4all.nl



____________


Debits :

"debates & Credits" was organised by De Balie - Centre for Culture
and Politics in Amsterdam, in collaboration with Tania Goryucheva,
the Ekaterinburg Branch of the National Center for Contemporary Arts
(NCCA), the Zverev Center for Contemporary Art, the Agency for Social
Information,
the Macros Center, Moscow.

The project was financially supported by the Mondriaan Foundation
(NL), the Amsterdam Fund for the Arts, the HGIS program for
international Cultural Co-operation of The Netherlands Ministries of
Foreign Affairs and Education, Culture and Science, and the Royal
Netherlands Embassy in Moscow.


De Balie
Kleine Gartmanplantsoen 10
1017 RR Amsterdam
The Netherlands
http://www.balie.nl



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Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2003 08:11:24 +0200
From: "Melody Parker Carter" <agricola-w {AT} netcologne.de>
Subject: Never wake up?

Monday special on the net!
**************************

........war over???..................
everything's fine????.........
...................all heritage of mankind exterminated???..
are we finally happy now????...............
...........did anyone survive?.........
..............yes!!.....??????....................
...................lost identity??
...........won nightmare???............. 
....will anybody ever wake up??.......................................


Never wake up
http://www.nmartproject.net/agricola/mpc/never/never.html
....................
now streaming on the net!
Flash 6!

MPC
mpc {AT} nmartproject.net

14 April 2003


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Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2003 14:28:27 +0100
From: "Obembe, A.O." <aoo5 {AT} leicester.ac.uk>
Subject: ephemera vol 3, no 1 (feb2003)

APOLOGIES FOR CROSS-POSTING

Issue 3(1) of 'ephemera: critical dialogues on organization' has just
been published at: http://www.ephemeraweb.org

We are late, but not too late for demonstrating, that is, exhibiting!

Yours,
the ephemera editors

P.S. The main PDF file now contains bookmarks as well as clickable links
to footnotes and websites!


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CONTENTS

volume 3, number 1 (february 2003)


exhibits

Exhibiting
Steffen Bohm and Campbell Jones

Translating Silence/Traversing Death
Marie-Thérèse Abdel-Messih

Archives and Power
Dag Petersson

Gilles Deleuze and the Intensification of Social Theory
Bent Meier Sorensen

Mobile Mutations
Sadie Plant and Chris Land	

Frontline(s)
Sian Sullivan

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papers.)

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