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   Urban.early sunday morning_raw
     "NewMediaArtProjectNetwork" <nc-agricowi {AT} netcologne.de>
   21c tools: vernacular software
     Beth M Coleman <bmc203 {AT} nyu.edu>
   Deadline list for July/August 2003
     "NewMediaArtProjectNetwork" <agricola-w {AT} netcologne.de>
   the commoner new issue
     "Massimo De Angelis" <m.deangelis {AT} btinternet.com> (by way of barbrook)  
     =?iso-8859-1?Q?passdocartweb?= <passdocartweb {AT} libero.it>
   Self Measurement of Germaness
     "Colonel/Thierry Geoffroy" <geoffroy {AT} wanadoo.dk>
   Locative Media Workshop announcement
     <nodus {AT} sympatico.ca>
   Master in Art and New Technologies - Universidad Europea de Madrid
     Kepa Landa - UEM <kepa.landa {AT} uem.es>
   [pavu.com] calling! muG mY everYdaY!
     "ctgr-pavu.com" <ctgr {AT} free.fr>
   Wegway Juried Show at SPIN Gallery
     "Steve Armstrong" <Wegway {AT} sympatico.ca>                                         

Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2003 13:57:13 +0200
From: "NewMediaArtProjectNetwork" <nc-agricowi {AT} netcologne.de>
Subject: Urban.early sunday morning_raw

NewMediaArtProjectNetwork informs:

The streaming moving picture
Urban.early sunday morning_raw
created by Agricola de Cologne

will participate in 

New Forms Festival Vancouver (Canada)
30 July-2 August 2003

International Festival of New Film - Split(Croatia)
22-28 September 2003

it had been recently shown at
*Festival for Film and New Media Lancaster (UK) 
11-13 July 2003
*3rd Audiovisual Festival Lille/France  March 2003
*Art from Electric Power Festival Nuremberg (Germany)
24-26 March 2003

technical requirements:
a fast computer device, DSL modem

info {AT} nmartproject.net


Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2003 12:33:37 -0500
From: Beth M Coleman <bmc203 {AT} nyu.edu>
Subject: 21c tools: vernacular software

hey all,

new tools for the matrix. feedback appreciated (written in Open GL based on the
famous flocking algorithm). we're developing next leg of this project at de
waag in amsterdam so please check in if you're in geographic and want to throw
down live (that's vernacular for play with software live from site).


Rhizome Netartnews
July 18, 2003 
Beyond the Horizon of Adobe 

Falling asleep at the Photoshop wheel? Bored by using standard commercial
applications to make images or animation? 'Vernacular' may be what the doctor
ordered. A new software by American artists Beth Coleman and Howard Goldkrand
(known for their music collaborative SoundLab), 'Vernacular,' despite it's
nominal nod to language, is a highly visual tool for 'associative data
processing.' To compose a project, users drag and drop files (my palette
included desktop debris -- assorted images and a PDF file) onto 'Vernacular's'
main screen, and then associates them with one another with self-styled
categories and colors. The coup de foudre -- users can press play to experience
a multimedia, personal, 3D animation. The downside of this indie software is
that, at least right now, 'Vernacular' runs only on Mac OSX Jaguar. -- Rachel



Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2003 08:51:45 +0200
From: "NewMediaArtProjectNetwork" <agricola-w {AT} netcologne.de>
Subject: Deadline list for July/August 2003

Deadline list for July/August 2003

1. JavaMuseum - Forum for Internet Technologies in Contemporary Art

a) extended deadline 1 September 2003
*Perspectives'03* - Call for entries

b)  extended deadline : 1 September 2003
*"Feature" Netart from German Speaking countries""
   Call for submissions - in German

c) deadline 30 September 2003
*"Feature: Netart from Great Britain and Ireland"

2. Cinematheque
MediaCentre at Musee di-visioniste
show casing streaming media

deadline 30 September 2003
Slowtime?......... Call for proposals

3. Violence Online Festival

deadline ongoing
call for proposals

1. JavaMuseum
2003 competition and show case - call for submissions

JavaMuseum organises this event online and offline in cooperation with
Computer Space Festival Sofia/Bulgaria and Goethe Institute - Internationes
Sofia/Bulgaria. October 2003

"Perspectives'03"  will focus on the net based art production
2002/2003. The competition is open for all
thematical and technological aspects which net based art allows.

All artists who are working net based are invited to submit
up to three works completed after 1 January 2002.
Only URLs may be submitted to the competition,
the finalists will be invited to send their works also
as digital files for an eventual offline display.

Please use this form for submitting:

1. firstname/name of artist, email, URL
2. a brief bio/CV (not more than 300 words)
3. title and URL of the max 3 projects/works,
4. a short work description for each work (not more than 300 words),
5. a screen shot for each submitted work (max 800x600 pixels, .jpg)

Please send the  completely filled out form to
perspectives03 {AT} javamuseum.org
or go to JavaMuseum site www.javamuseum.org

extended Deadline 1 September 2003
*Feature: Netart from German speaking countries*

This feature will be presented on JavaMuseum site as well, as on Computer
Festival Sofia by Goethe Institute -Internationes Sofia.
As all online features, also this one will remain for permanent on
JavaMuseum site.

All artists working netbased who are born in Germany, Switzerland or Austria
or have their residency in one of these countries
are invited to submit up to three netbased works.

For more details and the entry form visit

extended Deadline 1 September 2003


c)* Feature: Netart from Great Britain and Ireland*
planned to be published online in December 2003

All artists working netbased  who are born or have their residency in Great
Britain or Ireland are invited to submit up to three netbased art works.

Find the call, including all details and entry form on the startpage of

Deadline 30 September 2003
2. Cinematheque at MediaCentre

is looking for proposals for the online show
Quicktime (.mov) as an artistic medium"
to be launched in November 2003.

Cinematheque invites artists who use Quicktime for their artistic purposes -
in which way ever - to submit up to two (2) works in Quicktime (.mov)

Please find the call, including all details and entry form on

Deadline 30 September 2003
Award winning
Violence Online Festival
New Media art project in form of an online festival
is looking for new artworks reflecting the phenomenon of violence in all its
Until now more than 270 artist from 40 countries are participating and offer
a fascinating view on how violence is perceived artistically.

The call for entries, including all details and entry form
can be found on Violence Online Festival site

Deadline ongoing.
Approved entries will be included always in the next following project
version which will go online on occasion of the participation in a virtual
or physical event.

Next coming version 7.3 will be published on 7 August,
version 8.0 will go online on 14 August.

The call, including all details and entry form can be found
on Violence Online Festival site

Deadline ongoing.
NewMediaArtProjectNetwork -
experimental platform for netbased art -
founded by Agricola de Cologne

includes the corporate member sites

For information and inquiries use
info {AT} nmartproject.net


Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2003 01:42:26 +0100
From: "Massimo De Angelis" <m.deangelis {AT} btinternet.com> (by way of richard barbrook)
Subject: the commoner new issue

    Dear friends   the new spring/summer issue of the  commoner is out at
the usual address   
<http://www.thecommoner.org>http://www.thecommoner.org.    please circulate
in your  network     In this number    The "Governance" of Imposed
Scarcity: Money, Enclosures and the Space of  Co-optation     - George
Caffentzis.  The  Power of Money: Debt and Enclosure.   -  Matthew
Hampton.  The  Return of Scarcity and the International Organisation of
Money After the  Collapse of Bretton Woods.    -   Coady Buckley.
Neoliberal  Governance and Social  Resistance:  A Chronology of  Events   -
Massimo  De Angelis. Neoliberal  Governance, Reproduction and 
Accumulation.   - Les  Levidow. Governance  of Genetically Modified  Food.
  - Andrew  Robinson and Simon Tormey. New Labour s Neoliberal
Gleichschaltung: the Case of Higher Education.         Plus   Grounzero
movements    Amory  Starr. J23. sacramento 2003. action  report/fieldnotes
    Reviews  and  Letters   from  cyberspace, international debate on John
Holloway's book, Change the World  withtout Taking power.     Peter
Waterman. The International Labour Movement  Between Geneva, Brussels,
Seattle/Porto Alegre and . . . Utopia.     News  >from  noWhere   Evidence
of Programmes of Weapons of Mass  DistrAction     Introduction

In this  issue we present two contributions on money and four contributions
on neoliberal  governance. What do money and neoliberal governance have in
common? The  Commoner suggests at least one thing: they are both different
but  complementary ways to organize our lives around the rat race of global
competition. In the first article, George Caffentzis writes  about the
power of money, the ideological underpinning of this power and, most
poignantly, how without moments of force and violence, money would have
remained  a marginal aspect of human history. He also argues that "the
cultivation of  hostility, suspicion, competition and fear of scarcity
(especially the scarcity  of money)" are the means though which to enclose
spaces for collective  discussion and understanding of desires. In this
way, money can appear as the  only means left to create its own meaning of
coincidence of desires.

To have fear  of scarcity in a world of plenty like ours, scarcity must be
produced.  Matthew Hampton's paper explores capital's production of
scarcity through an investigation of the international organization of
money  after the collapse of Bretton Woods. What many critics refer to as
the  irrational "casino economy" of massive speculative flows, is shown to
have its  own perverse rationality in its link to the flesh and blood
substance of  capital's accumulation: boundless work through competitive
relations among  people. Through the continuous allocation of risk,
punishments and rewards,  financial capital movements across the globe
discipline the people of this  planet to work harder and demand less,
whether they are in homes, fields,  factories, or offices.

The  discipline of capital however has its own contradictions. A central
one is the  crisis of reproduction of our bodies and minds, our communities
and our  ecologies. In the last quarter of a century, the combined effects
of neoliberal  strategies of enclosures and reconfiguration of state
provisions away >from  social welfare into corporate welfare, has coincided
with the deepening of these  crises and a consequent rapid development of
diverse social movements across the  globe. It has also created an
archipelago of diverse organizations of what is  called "civil society".
These movements and organizations, in spite of  differences and
contradictions, act in a multiplicity of ways to intervene and  copying
with the crises ¾ whether  through struggles, campaigns, education or
directly intervening in the  reorganization of reproduction where the
market and the state left a desert.

The effect  of this ferment has been to put back on the agenda of public
debates the  question of meeting the variety of needs of reproduction
independent >from the  needs of the capitalist market. Left on its own
devices, this ferment re-opens a  space for the collective discussion and
understanding of desires, and the  definition of the ground for their
coincidence independently from accumulation.  What a shock for the
neoliberal proponents of the pensée unique! One important  strategy used by
neoliberal capital to deal with these emergent demands is  called, in the
modern rhetoric, "governance". In his  contribution  Coady Buckley provides
a wealth of web links  and a chronology of the  parallel development of
social conflict and the emergence of governance  discourse.  Massimo  De
Angelis explores some of the  intricacies of governance ¾ or better
neoliberal governance ¾ and argues  that it does not represent a paradigm
shift away from neoliberalism. Rather it  is a discoursive practice, a
strategy that emerges as capital's second line of  defense vis-à-vis
struggles against enclosures and crises of reproduction. It is  a space in
which the needs of reproduction are acknowledged by capital, but  commons
are deterred or forestalled through the hijacking and entrapment of the
values, the words and dreams of the commoners. In governance, the
environmentalist value of sustainability is turned into the financial value
of  sustainable profit, social justice is turned into corporate compliance
with  pitiful minimum wage regulations, democracy and participation is
turned into  partnership among stakeholders who must accept competitive
market norms as de  facto unchangeable mode of human interaction.

A detailed  example of how these governance strategies develop as a result
of social  opposition to policies, is studied by Les Levidow in the case
of Genetically Modified Food. "The paper exemplifies governance as process
management.  For the trans-Atlantic  governance of GM food, new procedures
were managing conflicts among state and  non-state actors, while
potentially facilitating regulatory harmonisation of a  controversial
technological trajectory.   Consumer NGOs did not welcome the advent of GM
crops, yet their  regulatory demands led their representatives into a
political logic of governing  these technological products.  In  that
sense, governance provides a neoliberal means to manage socio-political
conflicts by incorporating dissent into a collective problem-definition,
while  excluding other accounts of the problem.   Yet it remains a
difficult task of process management, whose outcome  still depends upon
political struggle."

That  governance discourse can be used to entrap social flows of desires
and  creativity into market values and accumulation is also clear in the
contribution  by Andrew Robinson and Simon Tormey. The  authors discuss the
recent UK labour government White Paper on higher education,  heavily
permeated by the language of "Third Way" and "partnership" and in which
universities are portrayed and constructed as competitors within a global
market  and thus must learn to behave like corporations do. "Instead of
academics  working across international boundaries to improve knowledge and
well being",  note the authors,  "academics need  now to ask themselves not
what is the value of their research, but rather what  is the `exchange
value' of their research? If research cannot be `spun-out',  `transferred',
used as an `incubator' or in some other exploited by `local and  regional
partnerships' then the clear message it is research that is not `worth'
anything, and should be stopped.   The desire to make `breakthroughs' is
not itself a valid reason for  undertaking research." Hence, when Charles
Clarke ¾  the education secretary ¾  says he wants to `mobiliz[e] & the
imagination, creativity, skills and talents of  all our people' and `to
help turn ideas into successful businesses' . . . , it  is clear that he is
engaged in a logic of entrapment.  Creative energies are to be harnessed,
for a single goal: capitalist control"  and  the "reduction of the
educational  commons  to the status of vocational training  for the needs
of  business"


Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2003 19:29:41 +0200
From: =?iso-8859-1?Q?passdocartweb?= <passdocartweb {AT} libero.it>
Subject: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Convivial_x_art____(passdocoff_III)?=

PassDoc off-art 

 English   -    Italiano  -  Français  - 



PassDoc Off-art continues its clandestine activity with: “Meeting and

Friday 20/08/03 at 06,30 p.m. near the Keep of Canterbury (U.K.)

Vernissage flash, perfomance, photo and friendship, join us, we are waiting for

Atmosphere by Wind of Oloe.

http://passdocoff.supereva.it   Info: passdocwebart {AT} libero.it

Press release  

When art becomes life, PassDoc off is a project of conviviality for art, in
which the work is the passion for art and the friendship among people, the joy
of sharing common time, to be together, to know one another, the possibility to
dialogue among people that love art. The project is articulated in a series of
meetings in different centres of art ( 25/04/03 Nice, 20/06/03 Venice, 20/08/03
Canterbury…). Within these moments of aggregation there will be little
instants of art.  The project is coordinated by Domenico Olivero and Ornella

PassDoc Off-art is an artistic suggestion by D.O.O.C.

the next appointment 20/11/03 at San Francisco (USA).

                   please circulate this invitation!      

Ciao a tutti

PassDoc Off-art continua la sua attività clandestina con: “Incontri e

Venerdì 20/08/03 alle ore 18,30 accanto alla torre di Keep a Canterbury (G.B)

Vernissage flash, perfomance, foto e amicizia, partecipa anche tu, ti

Ambientazione sonora di Wind of Oloe.

http://passdocoff.supereva.it   Info: passdocwebart {AT} libero.it

Comunicato stampa

Quando l’arte diventa vita, PassDoc off è un progetto di convivialità per
l’arte, in cui l’opera è la passione per l’arte e l’amicizia fra la gente,
la gioia di condividere un tempo comune, lo stare insieme, il conoscersi, la
possibilità di dialogare fra persone che amano l’arte. Il progetto è
articolato in una serie di incontri in differenti luoghi dell’arte ( 25/04/03
Nizza, 20/06/03 Venezia, 20/08/03 Canterbury…). In questi momenti di
aggregazione si verifiche to è coordinato da Domenico Olivero e Ornella

PassDoc Off-art è una sollecitazione artistica di D.O.O.C.

Prossimo appuntamento 20/11/03 a San Francisco (USA).


Salut à tous

PassDoc Off-art poursuit ses activités clandestines avec: “Rencontrés et

Vendredi 20/08/03 alle 18,30 apres le Keep de Canterbury (U.K.)

Vernissage flash, perfomance, photo et amitié, partecipe toi aussi, nous

Ambiance sonore Wind of Oloe.

http://passdocoff.supereva.it   Info: passdocwebart {AT} libero.it

Communiqué presse  

Quand l'art devient vie, PassDoc off est un projet de convivialité pour l'art,
dans lequel l'oeuvre est la passion pour l'art et l'amitié entre les gens, la
joie de partager un temps commun, le rester ensemble, le se connaître, la
possibilité de dialoguer entre gens qu'ils aiment l'art. Le projet est articulé
dans une série de rencontres en place différents de l'art ( 25/04/03 Nice,
20/06/03 Venise, 20/08/03 Canterbury…). Dans ces moments d'agrégation ils se
vérifieront des petits instants d'art.  Le projet est coordonné par Domenico
Olivero et Ornella Calvetti.

PassDoc Off-art c’est une sollicitation artistic du D.O.O.C.

Le prochain rendez-vous 20/11/03 à San Francisco (USA).


Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2003 11:22:48 +0100
From: "Colonel/Thierry Geoffroy" <geoffroy {AT} wanadoo.dk>
Subject: Self Measurement of Germaness

- ---------------------------new ----------------------------------------

Self Measurement of Germaness : RESULT OF THE MEASUREMENT .
189 people were measured themselves :


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until the 1/august  exhibition at Galerie Stueber/ Berlin

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all news at


Thierry Geoffroy / Colonel


Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2003 4:22:33 -0400
From: <nodus {AT} sympatico.ca>
Subject: Locative Media Workshop announcement

July 16-26, 2003, K {AT} 2, Karosta, LV | Longitude 21.00, Latitude 56.55 

* REPORT [22-07-03]: Dispatch from the borderlands...

At the K {AT} 2 Culture and Information Centre, located on an abandoned military
installation in Liepaja on the coast of the Baltic Sea, the Locative Media
Workshop has brought together an international group of artists and researchers
interested in notions of mobile geography. Participants have been discussing
how to develop tools for expressing media spatially in order to create
collaborative mapping tools with which to explore issues of memory and of

Inexpensive receivers for global positioning satellites have given amateurs the
means to produce their own cartographic information with military precision.
This user-generated cartographic data has recently begun to be shared in a
variety of networking machine-searchable environments, which is enabling the
development of an 'open source' data pool of human geography. With the arrival
of portable, location-aware networked computing devices this
&#8216;collaborative cartography&#8217; will permit users to map their physical
environments with geo-annotated, digital data. As opposed to the World Wide Web
the focus here is spatially localized, and centred on the individual user; a
collaborative cartography of space and mind, places and the connections between

The workshop split into a technical team and a content team. Jo Walsh proposed
a semantic web location model constituting an RDF map of physical spaces and
the connections between them. In collaboration with Andrew Paterson, a flexible
model was developed to provide participants with a framework for their media
annotations of the physical environment that includes fields for
spatio-temporal as well as subjective elements to suggest an open model for
further locative media projects. The workshop also utilized real-time mobile
networking devices, location aware through GPS (courtesy of the Waag Society),
for tracing the movements in real time, the visualization of which was created
by Pall Thayer in flash, inspired by the Waag Society&#8217;s KeyWorx software
and a .php script created by Jaanis Putrams. 

In terms of content generation, the objective was to create an online map
interface by which the local public could access and author the geo-annotated
space of Karosta. In the first days Carl Biosmark and Kristine Briede recounted
local stories that were woven together in conceptual framework of local sites,
sounds and stories as interpreted by a collection of artists including: Ben
Russell, Mari Keshi-Kosu, Cheryl L&#8217;Hirondelle, Pete Gomes, Gabriel Lopez
Shaw, Signe Pucena, Voldemars Johansons, Andrew Paterson and Mika Meskanen.
Teams conceived of metaphors for expressing media spatially and, guided by
local residents, ventured throughout Karosta collecting media samples of the
environment and creating annotations with GPS receivers. The teams also
conducted a variety of mapping experiments from an analogue tagging system
based on traditional Latvian patterns to a game of tag via Bluetooth. All the
while, a second group --Esther Polak, Ieva Auzina and Zaiga Putrams&#8211;
located in the East Latvian province of Latgale have been using mapping
techniques to visualize the rural landscape and disappearing farming practices.  
Bringing together a diverse set of perspectives, the workshop&#8217;s objective
is to initiate work on a series of goals including: 

- -developing tactics and methodologies for locative media practice. 

- -exploring and prototyping interface metaphors.

- -articulating a flexible standard for collaborative geo-annotation projects

- -creating geo-annotated content as part of an open cartographic database of Karosta

- -designing a wireless client application to exchange files with this database over &#8216;picture phones&#8217; (Java and Bluetooth enabled)

- -producing documents that detail the impact of locative media on the creative process

- -generating ideas for the thematic structure of future RIXC organized events,
for which the events list-serve (locative {AT} x-i.net) will be maintained and
opened to those who are interested

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Karosta, Latvian for &#8216;war port&#8217;, was built by order of the Russian
Tzar Alexander III as a military port in the Baltic region. After the Soviet
occupation of Latvia, Karosta became a military base housing some 25,000 and
was closed to civilians by a fortress wall was build all around the whole city.
The Soviet army evacuated Karosta in 1994, following Latvian independence,
leaving behind some 6000 people. Mostly Russian speaking, the stateless
citizens of Karosta either carry Latvian issued so-called &#8216;alien&#8217;
passports, or old Soviet ones.  Today the town appears to be a landscape of
ruins. Many houses are completely destroyed, and the town is plagued by mass
unemployment. After and experience setting-up arts workshops there, documentary
film-makers Kristine Brede & Carl Biorsmark began making a film on Karosta and
subsequently decided to step through the screen to &#8220;become documentary
social workers&#8221; with the inauguration of the K {AT} 2 Culture and Information
Centre in December 2000.  http://www.karosta.org

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* PARTICIPANTS and RELATED locative media LINKS *

Locative Media Workshop

Janis Putrams (LV)
(real time map of Karosta - ongoing - part of Locative Media project)
(Rural Real Time - farmer path in Latgale- ongoing - part of Locative Media

Esther Polak (NL) http://www.waag.org/realtime/ (Real Time Amsterdam,
co-project with Waag Society)
http://www.rixc.lv/03/realtime.html (Real Time Riga, co-produced with Waag Society & RIXC, for Art+Communication 2003)

Ieva Auzina (LV)
http://locative.x-i.net/archive/2003-July/000058.html (proposal for Rural Real
Time - co-project with Esther Polak & RIXC)

Marc Tuters (CA)
http://www.impakt.nl/online/box/songlines/utrecht.html (real-time, wireless
geo-annotation project in and about Utrecht)

Raitis Smits (LV)
Rasa Smite (LV)

Jo Walsh (UK) 
http://space.frot.org/ (collaborative mapping on the semantic web)
http://locative.x-i.net/archive/2003-July/000094.html (introduction, and more

Ben Russell (UK)
http://www.headmap.org (location aware devices - know your place)

Honor Harger (UK, NZ)
Adam Hyde (UK, NZ)
http://www.radioqualia.net/real/frame.html (Locative Media : declassified
satellite images / The Wireless Tuner)

Kate Rich (AU, UK) 
http://uphone.org/ (an experimental utility immediate sound archiving phone to

Andrew Paterson (UK, FI) 

Jaanis Garancs (LV)
http://www.cellulae.net/flux/ (Cell[ular]Flux. Cellular Cities)
http://www.cellulae.net/humans/ ("MultiCultureMolecular Humans", Society as a
MultiCultureMolecular Virus Epidemy)

Pete Gomes (UK)

Mari Keski-Korsu (FI)

Mika Meskanen (FI) 

Cheryl L'Hirondelle (CN)

Gabriel Lopez Shaw (US) 

Pall Thayer (IS)
http://www.this.is/pallit (an open platform for the development of
audio-visual netart)

Zita Joyce (NZ) 
Adam Willetts (NZ) 
Daina Silina (LV)
Linda Zemite (LV) 
Signe Pucena (RIXC, LV)
Voldomars Johansons (LV)
Zaiga Putrama (LV) 
Normunds Kozlovs (LV)
and others.

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Date: Sat, 26 Jul 2003 12:58:14 +0100
From: Kepa Landa - UEM <kepa.landa {AT} uem.es>
Subject: Master in Art and New Technologies - Universidad Europea de Madrid

Master en Arte y Nuevas Tecnologías
Universidad Europea de Madrid

El Master en Arte y Nuevas tecnologías de la Universidad Europea de Madrid
ofrece una profundización en las relaciones entre arte y tecnología desde
una perspectiva integradora, centrándose en los campos de la instalación
multimedia, entornos interactivos,net.art, vídeo arte, fotografía digital,
animación infográfica, y diseño digital.

El desarrollo del curso incidirá en cuatro ámbitos:
- -audiovisual (edición de audio y vídeo),
- -desarrollo de interface físico (sistemas electrónicos y sensores),
- -internet (net.art y diseño web)
- -imagen 3D (imagen fija y animación)

Todos ellos acompañados por clases prácticas y teóricas.

Profesores de la UEM y otros profesionales y creadores de reconocido
José Ramón Alcalá, Alfredo Calosci , Ramon Guardans  , Concha Garcia   ,
José Gomez Isla , Delfina Morán Arnaldo, Isidro Moreno, Santiago Ortiz,
Karin Ohlenschläger, Juan Martín Prada, Alvaro Rey, Maria Ruido, Berta
Sichel, Fernando Valderrama, Remedios Zafra.
Director del Curso:
Kepa Landa
kepa.landa {AT} uem.es

Para más información, contacte con el Dpto. de Relaciones Externas de la
Universidad Europea de Madrid: e-mail: rex {AT} rex.uem.es - Teléfono de
información general: 902 361 301


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Date: Thu, 24 Jul 2003 17:30:11 -0400
From: "Steve Armstrong" <Wegway {AT} sympatico.ca>
Subject: Wegway Juried Show at SPIN Gallery

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The Wegway Second Annual International Juried Exhibition will take place at
SPIN Gallery, 158 Bathurst Street, Toronto from August 2 to 10 with an opening
reception from 2 to 4 pm on Saturday August 2. The jurors worked very hard and
the choices have been made.  
The 32 artists are:
Beth McCubbin, Peterborough, ON
Brian Joseph Davis, Toronto, ON
Chris MacDonald, Winnipeg, MB
David Lester, Vancouver, BC
Ehryn Torrell, Toronto, ON
Elizabeth Mackie, Frenchtown, NJ
Frances Ward, Hamilton, ON
Gabrielle de Montmollin, Toronto, ON
Isabel M. Martinez, Guelph, ON
Istvan Kantor, Toronto, ON
Jeremi Bialowas, Chicago, IL
Jess Dobkin, Toronto, ON
Judith Donoahue, Brechin, ON
Kim Simonsson, Toronto, ON and Vadelmapolku, Finland
Liz-N-Val, New York, NY
Mark Laliberte, Windsor, ON
Matt Siber, Chicago, IL
Michiko Kameda, New York, NY
Nicole Liao, Toronto, ON
Oscar Camilo Delas Flores, Toronto, ON
Philip Kitt, Montreal, QC
Randall Stoltzfus, Brooklyn, NY
Raymond St. Arnaud, Victoria, BC
René Price, Cornwall, ON
Richard Kirkley, Hillier, ON
Rick Vincil, Toronto, ON
Ri Tian Lee, Toronto, ON
Robert Gill, Toronto, ON
Robin Hesse, Toronto, ON
Ross Racine, Montreal, QC
Susan Bozic, Vancouver, BC
Teruhisa-Tahara, Yokohama, Japan
Thank you to everyone involved. The jury reviewed a lot of good work – a lot
more good work than we could ever hope to show.  I hope to meet you at the
opening, but if you can't make it to the show, all the work will be published
in the Fall issue of Wegway.  
Steve Armstrong, Publisher, Wegway  www.wegway.com

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