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Table of Contents:

   <nettime> Site Announcement: Bataille, Deleuze and Beyond                       
     "R. Negarestani" <negarestani {AT} cold-me.net>                                      

   Call for Entries: TARGET BLANK: 17. STUTTGARTER FILMWINTER - FESTIVAL FOR EXPAND
     Benjamin Fischer <benjamin_lists {AT} typedown.com>                                  

   ANN: sine fiction - new releases                                                
     A Dontigny <ad {AT} electrocd.com>                                                   

   Final call: Perspectives'03                                                     
     "JavaMuseum" <agricola-w {AT} netcologne.de>                                         

   Drift: Call For Participation                                                   
     Chris Byrne <chris {AT} mediascot.org>                                               

   Call for entries: Rainforest Memorial                                           
     "A Virtual Memorial" <agricola-w {AT} netcologne.de>                                 

   LINKING PROJECT 2003                                                            
     linda carroli <lcarroli {AT} pacific.net.au>                                         

   Media Study                                                                     
     Media Study <treborscholz {AT} earthlink.net>                                        

   Teaching posts - Dream homes in New Zealnd                                      
     Sean Cubitt <seanc {AT} waikato.ac.nz>                                               

   Canberra IMC -Working Group                                                     
     Tracey Benson <tracey.benson {AT} anu.edu.au>                                        

   New Zealand academic posts - Screen and Media Studies                           
     George (s) Lessard <media {AT} web.net>                                              

   GATES PROJECT Sao Paulo Brazil                                                  
     "Lucia Leão" <lucleao {AT} lucialeao.pro.br>                                         



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Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2003 07:38:53 +0430
From: "R. Negarestani" <negarestani {AT} cold-me.net>
Subject: <nettime> Site Announcement: Bataille, Deleuze and Beyond

COLD ME
http://www.cold-me.net

(From Zarathustra to Nietzsche, Bataille, Deleuze and beyond)


Including:

Maraka Project (The anonymous histories of Horror)
Through the Plague (The lineaments of epidemic in the contemporary writing
and art)
An Asiatic Junkyard (Where is Asia?)
Cold-Workings (An auto-biography of an organ, a journal)
Artworks, Discussion Board and more.

Cold Me by Reza Negarestani


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Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2003 18:09:11 +0200
From: Benjamin Fischer <benjamin_lists {AT} typedown.com>
Subject: Call for Entries: TARGET BLANK: 17. STUTTGARTER FILMWINTER - FESTIVAL FOR EXPANDED MEDIA 

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ENGLISH VERSION SEE BELOW!
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TARGET BLANK: 17. STUTTGARTER FILMWINTER - FESTIVAL FOR EXPANDED MEDIA
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Film Video Neue Medien Installation Performance Vortraege

Festival 15.-18. Januar 2004
Warm Up 9.-14. Januar 2004

http://www.filmwinter.de

Target Blank - der Stuttgarter Filmwinter geht in die 17. Runde - stets auf
der Suche nach Innovativem, Kritischem und Unbekanntem in der Medienkunst
und Filmkultur, nach den Zwischenzonen und Freiraeumen im Medienbetrieb.
Nach dem Rekord von ueber 1300 Einreichungen beim letzten Festival sind
alle Film-, Medien- und Kunstschaffende herzlich eingeladen, ihre Arbeiten
in den Bereichen Film, Video, CD-ROM/DVD-ROM, Internet, Installation und
Performance fuer den kommenden Filmwinter einzusenden.

Einreichung
Online-Projekte koennen direkt ueber die Festival Website
http://www.filmwinter.de eingereicht werden. Anmeldeformulare fuer Film,
Video, CD-ROM/DVD-ROM, Installation und Performance koennen im PDF-Format
heruntergeladen werden.

Deadline fuer Einreichungen: 15. September 2003

Preise
In den Sektionen Film/Video und Neue Medien werden Preise in Hoehe von
ueber 11.500 EUR vom Publikum und unterschiedlichen Jurykommissionen
vergeben.

Team-Work-Award
Die Hoppe-Ritter Kunstfoerderung stiftet EUR 2.000,- fuer eine Film- oder
Videoproduktion, die von einem Team realisiert wurde.

Norman 2004
Preis der Jury fuer Film und Video in Hoehe von EUR 1.500,-
Preis der Landeshauptstadt Stuttgart fuer Neue Medien
Zwei Preise in Hoehe von insg. EUR 4.000,- gehen an Arbeiten aus dem
Bereich CD-ROM/DVD-ROM oder an Projekte im Internet.

Milla & Partner Preis
Preis fuer Medien im Raum (Installationen) in Hoehe von EUR 2000,-

DASDING-Publikumspreis
Publikumspreise in den Bereichen Film/Video und Internet in Hoehe von
jeweils EUR 1.000,-

Sowie weitere Preise und die heissbegehrte Wand 5-Ehrenauszeichnung

Neben den beiden Wettbewerben fuer Film/Video und Neue Medien wird das
Festivalprogramm mit Spezialreihen, Panels, Praesentationen und
Musikevents ergaenzt.

Weitere Informationen:
Wand 5 e.V. im Filmhaus
Friedrichstr. 23 A
D - 70174 Stuttgart
Germany

Tel: +49-711-226 91 60
Fax: +49-711-226 91 61
Mail: wanda {AT} wand5.de

http://www.filmwinter.de
http://www.wand5.de


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TARGET BLANK: 17TH STUTTGART FILMWINTER - FESTIVAL FOR EXPANDED MEDIA
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Film Video New Media Installation Performance Lectures

Festival, January 15-18, 2004
Warm Up, January 9-14, 2004

http://www.filmwinter.de

Target Blank - the 17th edition of the Stuttgart Filmwinter is looking for
innovative, critical, and unknown posititions in media art and film
culture. After the record of 1300 submissions at the last festival the
organizer Wand 5 cordially invites filmmakers, media producers, and
artists to submit their work. Productions in the field of film, video,
CD-ROM/DVD-ROM, installation, and performance are very welcome.

Submission
Internet-projects may be submitted online on the festival's website
http://www.filmwinter.de. Entry forms and regulations for submissions in
the field of film, video, CD-ROM/DVD-ROM, installation, and performance
can be downloaded as PDF-file.

Deadline for submission: September 15, 2003

Awards
In the sections film/video and new media prizes amounting more than 11.500
EUR will be awarded by the audience and various jury commissions.

Team-Work-Award
The Hoppe-Ritter Art Sponsorship endows an award of EUR 2.000 for a team
production in the field of film and video.

Award of the Jury
Award of the Jury for film and video of EUR 1.500

State Capital Stuttgart Awards for New Media
These awards of EUR 4.000 go to an independently produced work on
CD-ROM/DVD-ROM or to a project published on the internet/www.

Milla & Partner Award
Award for media in space (installations) of EUR 2.500

DASDING-Audience Award
Audience award for film/video and internet of respectively EUR 1.000

as well as further prizes and the popular honourable mention by Wand 5

Besides the competitions for film/video and new media a wide range of
special programmes, panels, presentations and music events will be
offered.

Further information:
Wand 5 e.V./Filmhaus
Friedrichstr. 23 A
D - 70174 Stuttgart
Germany

Tel: +49-711-226 91 60
Fax: +49-711-226 91 61
Mail: wanda {AT} wand5.de

http://www.filmwinter.de
http://www.wand5.de


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Date: Fri, 15 Aug 2003 16:34:04 -0400
From: A Dontigny <ad {AT} electrocd.com>
Subject: ANN: sine fiction - new releases

    the sine fiction project

started in november 2000, sine fiction is a thematic audio project 
for which various artists compose soundtracks to a classic science 
fiction novels

previous volumes released on http://www.notype.com/ featured 
zamyatin, orwell and brunner's novels converted into lush electronic 
tracks by composers a_dontigny, philemon and james schidlowsky

following julie rousse's _foundation_, the sine fiction volumes will 
be released independently at http://www.notype.com/sine/

    new releases

    sine fiction volume V
    samuel r delany's _dhalgren_

ranging from sombre ambiant to upbeat electronic tracks, kid's posse 
and the apocalyptic landscapes of bellona are vividly rendered by 
dick richards' striking skills
http://www.notype.com/sine/sine05/index.html

    sine fiction volume VI
    william s burroughs' _nova express_

for the crawling centipede hiding in all of us, jeffrey shell (aka 
eucci) offers a harsh and dense exploration of the venusian ovens, 
spiced with reference to early tape splicing and good ol' musique 
concrete
http://www.notype.com/sine/sine06/index.html

    sine fiction volume VII
    william s burroughs' _the soft machine_

have you become the sailor, wandering throught eerie electronic 
landscapes littered with discarded trak goods? the hideous mayan 
caper is exposed by kevin krebs' haunting tracks
http://www.notype.com/sine/sine07/index.html

    next releases

arthur c clarke's _the nine billion names of god_ by oeuf korreckt
italo calvino's _ti con zero_ by ellende tokyo
willam s burroughs' _the ticket that exploded_ by a_dontigny


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a_dontigny

http://www.notype.com/a_dontigny/
http://www.electrocd.com/bio.e/dontigny_ai.html
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Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2003 09:12:00 +0200
From: "JavaMuseum" <agricola-w {AT} netcologne.de>
Subject: Final call: Perspectives'03

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JavaMuseum -
Forum for Internet Technologies in Contemporary Art
(Java=3DJoint Advanced Virtual Affairs)
www.javamuseum.org

**extended deadline 1 September 2003
for

*Perspectives'03*
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.

Invitation!!
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
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JavaMuseum -
Forum for Internet Technologies in Contemporary Art
(Java=3DJoint Advanced Virtual Affairs)
www.javamuseum.org

corporate member of=20
[NewMediaArtProjectNetwork] :||cologne

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Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2003 20:51:57 +0100
From: Chris Byrne <chris {AT} mediascot.org>
Subject: Drift: Call For Participation

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Drift: Sound Art + Experimental Music
Call For Participation
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

New Media Scotland calls for participation for Drift - an exploration 
of sound art and experimental music which comprises live events, 
radio broadcasts, moving image and publications.

The accessibility of the Internet together with new tools and methods 
for digital recording, manipulation, reproduction and distribution 
have changed forever the way that we think about and interact with 
sound, giving us new ways to communicate our ideas. An increasing 
number of artists, producers, DJ's and sonic creators, from a broad 
spectrum of disciplines and varying modes of practice, are exploring 
streaming media as a viable format. We want to open up this channel 
further.

We are offering four opportunities to take part in Drift, details 
follow. Further information, guidelines and application forms 
available from the Drift web site:

http://www.mediascot.org/drift

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Drift Radio Art Commission 2003
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New Media Scotland invites proposals for radio art projects for 
Drift. We aim to commission a new radio art work for broadcast both 
online and on-air, via audio streaming and FM transmission.

Fee - £1,000

Support - We will provide practical assistance, access to streaming 
media tools, and can offer some limited technical support on a 
negotiated basis. New Media Scotland will facilitate the broadcast of 
the commissioned work.

Eligibility - Only artists based in Scotland can apply

We will not accept proposals for:
- - audio documentation of projects that exist in another form
- - projects which have already been produced

Guidelines and application form available from http://www.mediascot.org/drift

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Drift Radio Programme Proposals
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New Media Scotland invites proposals for radio art programmes. We 
want to provide a platform for your ideas - one-off events, regular 
shows, experimental sound projects, radio art work for broadcast both 
online and on-air, via audio streaming and FM transmission.

We cannot pay a fee for this opportunity, but we will support you to 
realise your programme ideas.

Support - We will provide practical assistance, access to streaming 
media tools, and can offer some limited technical support on a 
negotiated basis. New Media Scotland will facilitate the broadcast of 
your programmes.

Eligibility - Open to artists, musicians, producers based in Scotland 
and the UK

Guidelines and Programme Summary form available from 
http://www.mediascot.org/drift

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Resonant Cities: Call for Sound Works
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New Media Scotland seeks sound works for 'Resonant Cities': Internet 
radio streaming that explore the sonic identity of our surrounding 
space and that engage with the fragmented 'noise' of the city 
soundscape: people, traffic, communication intrusions, mobile phones, 
radio traffic, city wildlife, buildings...

We are particularly interested in audio works which involve one or 
several of the following ideas or processes:

- - Acoustic Ecology - Acousmatics - Phonography - Sonic research - 
Radio art, Internet radio - Microsound - Lowercase sound - Internet 
communication media and audio streaming - Electronic communities - 
Artists' software for sound and music - Sound work developed using 
open source processes and principles - Generative sound - Sound 
archives - Spoken word / oral history - Field recordings - The 
re-purposing / representing of existing analogue sound recordings, 
such as amateur recordings, scientific recordings, and accidental, 
lost or abandoned recordings -

The works selected by the Drift team will then be curated into themed 
streams that will be available via this web site.

Our intention is to expand the audience for the work, encourage 
appreciation of sound art, and broaden access to a genre which is too 
often labelled as esoteric and inaccessible.

We cannot pay a fee for this opportunity, but we will facilitate the 
broadcast of your work.

Eligibility - Open to artists, musicians, producers in the UK and 
across the globe.

Guidelines and submission form available from http://www.mediascot.org/drift

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Drift Touring Video Programme: Call for Moving Image Works
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

New Media Scotland seeks sound-based moving image works for Drift. We 
plan to curate and tour a feature-length programme of short moving 
image works. We are looking for films and videos which take as their 
starting point sound art or experimental music. This can include 
experimental moving image works by artists and films made by 
musicians, as well as pieces which combine performance aesthetics 
with sound.

The Drift moving image programme will tour to venues in Scotland, the 
UK and internationally. A specially designed brochure will be 
produced featuring information on the artists and their works.

Fee - Selected artists will be paid a fee for the rights to tour the work.

Eligibility - Open to artists, musicians, producers based in Scotland 
and the UK.

Guidelines and submission form available from http://www.mediascot.org/drift

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Drift organised by New Media Scotland. Supported by the Scottish Arts 
Council,  the Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science and 
Technology, Liverpool School of Art & Design.

For further information, visit the Drift web site 
http://www.mediascot.org/drift
or contact New Media Scotland at the address below.

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                                       info {AT} mediascot.org
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New Media Scotland                 tel: +44 131 477 3774
P.O. Box 23434, Edinburgh EH7 5SZ  fax: +44 131 477 3775
Scotland, UK                    http://www.mediascot.org
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Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2003 09:06:04 +0200
From: "A Virtual Memorial" <agricola-w {AT} netcologne.de>
Subject: Call for entries: Rainforest Memorial

A Virtual Memorial -
Memorial Project against the Forgetting and for Humanity
www.a-virtual-memorial.org

calls artists for contributing to
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Rainforest Memorial -
5 minutes before 12  - Memorial for the protection and preservation of the
natural environment on Earth and its inhabitans
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Deadline 31 October 2003
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sometimes, when there are new horror news about the environmental situation
on Earth, sometimes when we hear one of our favorite animals or plants are
threatened with instinct, be honest, most of us swear to become actively
somehow in order to do something for the preservation of our natural
enviroment, but when these reports are out of news, the daily life goes on
as if nothing had happened.

The Rainforest as one of the most important and endangered natural
environments represents a symbol for the entire threatened nature and the
indigenous peoples who are living in,  each of these enviroments are much
closer to us than we think. The human himself is said to be his biggest
enemy, so it is up to all of us to protect the world we are living in and
safe and preserve it for future generations to prevent such negative effects
of globalization as exploitation of the natural resources through globally
operating companies, for instance,  which work only for there private or
corporate profit on short notice,
but not for longterm social and public benefit.

The Rainforest Memorial would like to invite artists of all genre and media
but also any other people who feel solidarian
to take another short second of responsability by  contributing an artwork,
a privat or political statement etc
and express this way the active solidarity against the insane desctruction
of the natural environment on Earth.

Art, as such, cannot change the world, but art can support the will to make
the changes, changes which are necassary for mankind to survive in an
environment which is worth to be living in.

Please submit your work or statement in one of the following digital file
formats:

URL of an existing net based work
text: .plain email or .txt
image: .jpg, .gif, png
            max size 800x600 pixels and 200 Kb
movie: .mov (Quicktime), rm,ram (Real Video)
           .swf (Flash), .dcr (Shockwave)
           max. size 1MB

All serious submissions will be included.

Please send your submission together with your
First and family name, email address and homepage URL
to rainforestmemorial {AT} a-virtual-memorial.org

Deadline 31 October 2003,
after the online launch on 1 December
the deadline will be ongoing and
submission will be included immediately.

******************************************
Visit also the
Memorial for the Victims of Terror
and
Memorial for the Victims of Aids
and
[R]-[R]-[F] Festival
[Remembering-Repressing-Forgetting]
on
A Virtual Memorial -
Memorial project against the Forgetting and for Humanity
www.a-virtual-memorial.org


corporate member of
[NewMediaArtProjectNetwork] :||cologne


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Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 14:21:11 +1000
From: linda carroli <lcarroli {AT} pacific.net.au>
Subject: LINKING PROJECT 2003


>Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2003 21:13:22 -0700
>Subject: LINKING PROJECT 2003
>From: Andrew Bucksbarg <andrew {AT} adhocarts.org>
>To: andrew {AT} adhocarts.org
>X-Mailer: Apple Mail (2.552)
>
>For Immediate Release
>LINKING PROJECT 2003
>adhocarts.org
>
>Call for work:
>The current state of geo-politics and globalization highlights once again 
>how the connections of our actions resonate and impact other peoples, 
>beings and environments around the world.  The Linking project looks to 
>individuals, with an open call, to trace, through the use of links, 
>relationships that impact bodies of knowledge and how this information 
>filters down to influence global outcomes.   Use your links to trace 
>information, construct information, or to exemplify. Use your links to 
>challenge, criticize or celebrate.
>
>Please submit via info {AT} adhocarts.org:
>
>Up to ten or so links in the form of an HTML page.
>
>Include a brief bio.
>
>Optional:  Include a brief text related to your links- a short description 
>of the linking process or what your links accomplish.
>
>Optional:  Include your email/URL and any relevant text, color or images 
>in your HTML page.
>
>Deadline:
>November 1st, 2003
>
>Produced by adhocarts.org
>For more information, visit adhocarts.org or email info {AT} adhocarts.org
>
>Adhocarts.org was inspired by the need to create support and opportunity 
>for independent artists, culture producers and creative workers across 
>disciplines. Adhocarts.org calls into question methods of culture 
>construction based on hierarchical structures of power and privilege, 
>working to promote art making free of elitist process and the weight of 
>capital. Adhocarts.org strives to encourage work outside of the 
>traditional format of galleries and museums as well as forms of work that 
>are under-represented or overshadowed by large money making industries. 
>Adhocarts.org works to promote the design of alternative culture that 
>counters mainstream modes of living and concepts manufactured and promoted 
>by large corporate entities and governments. Adhocarts.org accomplishes 
>this by exploring notions of "cultural capital," education, networked 
>information, individual/community empowerment and 
>self-sufficiency/sustainability. Adhocarts.org uses the democratizing 
>potential of network technology to reach communities around the globe, 
>producing projects and events that encourage these practices.
>
>Education and Networked Information
>Art, Technology and Social Process
>Corporate/Capital Defiant Culture
>Creative Resistance and the Vitality of Dissent
>Globalized Relations
>Rad Democracy
>Fun and Games
>
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Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2003 14:43:53 -0400
From: Media Study <treborscholz {AT} earthlink.net>
Subject: Media Study

Announcing
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GRADUATE STUDIES  {AT} 
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THE_DEPARTMENT_OF_MEDIA_STUDY
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UNIVERSITY_AT_BUFFALO
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STATE_UNIVERSITY_OF_NEW_YORK
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///// INVITATION FOR APPLICATIONS
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http://mediastudy.buffalo.edu
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///// TO APPLY FOR A TWO YEAR MFA or MAH,
STARTING IN FALL 2004:
Applications must be received
by January 15, 2003
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http://mediastudy.buffalo.edu/s/grad_application.shtml
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The Department of Media Study offers you
a context to explore the moving
image, networked and programmable media
and critical theory in its social context.
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/////KEYWORDS
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< art activism __ audio art __ avant-garde in
various media__body criticism __
collective web logging__ contemplative robotics
__ critical theory__critical web-based art __
documentary__embodied theory__
experimental performance__fiction/ dramatic
 virtual reality __ filmmaking__ film studies
__ graphics programming__ history of sound
__interactive environments__ interdisciplinary
practice __media analysis__narrative theory__
networked and low-cost virtual reality__ poetics
postmodernism in film, art, music, and theory__
semiotics__ soft human computer interaction__
video art> 
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The Department of Media Study was founded
in the late 1960¹s by Gerald O'Grady. We have a
long tradition of support for innovative, independent
media production and criticism - our digital arts program,
 for example, is among the first in the United States.
DMS enables students the rare opportunity of truly
inter-disciplinary work. We are linked to resources
in artistic practices and theory in the departments
of Anthropology, Architecture, Art, Art History,
Comparative Literature, Communications,
Computer Science, Education, Engineering,
English, Music, Theatre and Dance; and
the Center for the Americas.
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The department's approach acknowledges the
inextricable link between theory and practice,
and the possibility of their fruitful convergence.
Media production, in our sense, is a theoretically
informed and socially contextualized cultural activity.
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///// THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS AND
SCHOLARS ARE ACTIVE AT DMS
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////Josephine Anstey

////Marc Böhlen    

////Chris Borkowski

////Tony Conrad    

////Vanessa Dennen 

////Sarah Elder    

////Jesse Fabian  

////Loss Pequeño Glazier

////Brian Henderson

////Meg Knowles  

////Caroline Koebel

////Vincenzo Mistrett

////David Pape     

////Linda Reisman  

////Roy Roussel   

////Trebor Scholz 

////Bernadette Wegenstein
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The Department of Media Study is linked
to resources in artistic practices
and theory at the departments Anthropology,
Architecture, Art, Art History, Comparative Literature,
Communications, Computer Science, Education,
Engineering, English, Music, Theatre and Dance;
and the Center for the Americas.
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/////Information on the DEPARTMENT OF MEDIA STUDY
as well as registration can be found at

http://mediastudy.buffalo.edu
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/////SOME RECENT GUESTS
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Craig Baldwin, Geoffrey Batchen, Beige Records, Zoe Beloff, Simon Biggs,
Lisa Cartwright, Abigail Child, Douglas Crimp , Fakeshop, Mary Flanagan,
Michael Freund, Alex Galloway, Guerilla Girls, Lisa Jevbratt, Miranda July,
Lev Manovich, John Menick, Judd Morrissey, Laurie Palmer, Keith Piper, Walid
Ra¹ad, Abbe Raven, David Rokeby, Dan Sandin, Carolee Schneeman, DJ Spooky,
Mark Street, Mark Stricklin, STELARC, Lori Talley, Allan Wexler, Norman
White
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/////CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS AND PRODUCTIONS CAN BE FOUND AT
http://mediastudy.buffalo.edu/s/faculty.shtml
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/////COURSES FALL 2004
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Analysis of Interactive Environments in Art & Entertainment///////Film
Workshop 1///////Survey of Independent Film from 1990///////The Advertising
Media//////Programming Graphics/////// Machine Vision in the Arts///////
Production in Media///////Critical Netcultures///////Sound Design///////Film
& Develpment of Contemporary Art: Art Practicing the Body///////Principles
in Media Production///////Poetics of Programmable Literature
///////Ethnographic Film///////Novels to Film: Contemporary Authors
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http://mediastudy.buffalo.edu/s/courses_grad.shtml
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/////FACILITIES
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Part of what makes Media Study at UB unique are our numerous resources
within the university itself and the city of Buffalo. Students not only have
access to our labs and equipment, but also benefit vocationally and
artistically from our strong ties to professional organizations within
Buffalo (a list follows). Resources include access to equipment, labs,
suites, screening rooms, and internships at area organizations. Students
will also gain from supervision of the Director of Graduate Studies, benefit
from university services and resources, and have access to all university
libraries, including Lockwood library for research materials and VCRs. The
Media Library in 24 Capen is another excellent resource for students. The
Department of Media Study also features its own collection of more than
1.000 videos, films, and DVDs for students to view and study.
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Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2003 11:31:06 +1200
From: Sean Cubitt <seanc {AT} waikato.ac.nz>
Subject: Teaching posts - Dream homes in New Zealnd

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Hope the following may be of interest

and that I can get back into nettime after busy hiatus

sean

Department of Screen and Media Studies
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

CRITICISM AND CREATIVITY IN 21ST CENTURY MEDIA

To account for staff changes and continuing growth in Screen and 
Media Studies, the Department seeks three innovative 
teacher-researchers to join a dynamic and growing team.  Successful 
applicants will be expected to contribute to the range of the 
department's undergraduate and graduate teaching.  We are especially 
interested in candidates with expertise in one or more of the 
following fields: digital media (including games and mobile 
telecoms), Aotearoa New Zealand and indigenous media, mass 
communication perspectives, globalisation, audience and reception 
studies, creative industries, media theory, media education and 
children's media.  An ability to contribute to teaching video and 
digital skills would be an advantage.

230355	ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
A PhD in a relevant discipline and equivalent accreditation and 
professional standing will be required as will an international 
research reputation and the proven ability to attract research 
funding.  Demonstrated success in attracting external research 
funding and in completing grant applications is preferred.

230356	SENIOR LECTURER (Fixed-term for 3 years)
A PhD or masters qualification in a relevant discipline area and/or 
equivalent accreditation and professional standing is required. 
Demonstrated success in attracting external research funding and in 
completing grant applications is preferred.

230357	LECTURER
Preferably you will have a Masters degree or PhD qualification in a 
relevant discipline area and/or equivalent accreditation and 
professional standing although an appointment may be made subject to 
completion of a Masters/Doctoral degree within a period of probation 
or other defined time frame.

Further information regarding the University is available at 
http://www.waikato.ac.nz and additional information about the 
Deparment at http://www.waikato.ac.nz/film  Enquiries of an academic 
nature may be directed to Professor Sean Cubitt, email 
seanc {AT} waikato.ac.nz

Applications for all positions close on Monday, 1 September 2003.


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Sean Cubitt * Screen and Media Studies * University of Waikato * 
Private Bag 3105 * Hamilton * New Zealand * seanc {AT} waikato.ac.nz * T: 
+64 (0)7 838 4543 * F: +64 (0)7 838 4767

http://www.waikato.ac.nz/film
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Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2003 00:25:01 +1000
From: Tracey Benson <tracey.benson {AT} anu.edu.au>
Subject: Canberra IMC -Working Group

PLEASE DISTRIBUTE WIDELY

- --------ATTENTION MEDIA ARTISTS, ACTIVISTS, WRITERS, MEDIA PRESENTERS, OPEN 
SOURCE CODERS--------------------------------------

Do you think Canberra could do with its own online Indymedia Center?

Would you like to get involved in setting up a Canberra IMC?

Would you like to contribute your views as well as keeping informed of 
local, national and global issues?

Indymedia (IMC) was initiated by a range of collectives and public access 
media organisations in 1999 to provide an alternative to mainstream media 
reporting on the WTO protests in Seattle. Indymedia has centers all around 
the globe including Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.

Based on the premise that 'everyone is a journalist, everyone is a 
witness', Indymedia centers operate through the participation of activists 
and independent media makers.

If you are interested in getting involved and /or would like to offer your 
support for the development of a Canberra Indymedia please email Tracey at 
tracey.benson {AT} anu.edu.au

Let's make it happen!!!

"During times of universal deceit,
telling the truth is a revolutionary act" George Orwell

Tracey Benson
PhD Candidate
National Institute of the Arts
Australian National University
www.byte-time.net
www.cowgrrls.com/muster.htm
http://brisbane.stories.powerup.com.au/gar_morumba/view.artworks.htm
www.ccas.com.au/culdesac/benson/index.htm
www.ctheory.library.cornell.edu/issue3/ethpara.htm



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Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2003 07:16:31 -0500
From: George (s) Lessard <media {AT} web.net>
Subject: New Zealand academic posts - Screen and Media Studies



> Begin forwarded message:

From: Sean Cubitt <seanc {AT} waikato.ac.nz>
Date: Sun Aug 10, 2003  6:32:32  PM America/Winnipeg
To: fibreculture-announce {AT} lists.myspinach.org
Subject: ::fc-announce:: New Zealand academic posts

Department of Screen and Media Studies
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

CRITICISM AND CREATIVITY IN 21ST CENTURY MEDIA

To account for staff changes and continuing growth in Screen and Media 
Studies, the Department seeks three innovative teacher-researchers to 
join a dynamic and growing team.  Successful applicants will be 
expected to contribute to the range of the department's undergraduate 
and graduate teaching.  We are especially interested in candidates with 
expertise in one or more of the following fields: digital media 
(including games and mobile telecoms), Aotearoa New Zealand and 
indigenous media, mass communication perspectives, globalisation, 
audience and reception studies, creative industries, media theory, 
media education and children's media.  An ability to contribute to 
teaching video and digital skills would be an advantage.

230355       ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
A PhD in a relevant discipline and equivalent accreditation and 
professional standing will be required as will an international 
research reputation and the proven ability to attract research 
funding.  Demonstrated success in attracting external research funding 
and in completing grant applications is preferred.

230356      SENIOR LECTURER (Fixed-term for 3 years)
A PhD or masters qualification in a relevant discipline area and/or 
equivalent accreditation and professional standing is required.  
Demonstrated success in attracting external research funding and in 
completing grant applications is preferred.

230357     LECTURER
Preferably you will have a Masters degree or PhD qualification in a 
relevant discipline area and/or equivalent accreditation and 
professional standing although an appointment may be made subject to 
completion of a Masters/Doctoral degree within a period of probation or 
other defined time frame.

Further information regarding the University is available at
http://www.waikato.ac.nz
and additional information about the Deparment at
http://www.waikato.ac.nz/film 
Enquiries of an academic nature may be directed to Professor Sean 
Cubitt, email seanc {AT} waikato.ac.nz

Applications for all positions close on Monday, 1 September 2003.
 

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Sean Cubitt * Screen and Media Studies * University of Waikato * 
Private Bag 3105 * Hamilton * New Zealand * seanc {AT} waikato.ac.nz * T: 
+64 (0)7 838 4543 * F: +64 (0)7 838 4767

http://www.waikato.ac.nz/film


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Date: Tue, 19 Aug 2003 16:43:42 -0300
From: "Lucia Leão" <lucleao {AT} lucialeao.pro.br>
Subject: GATES PROJECT Sao Paulo Brazil

GATES PROJECT CURATED BY CATERINA DAVINIO
Gates Project – São Paulo Node

The gate of wishes
- -	a project by Lucia Leão


The gate of wishes is the Sao Paulo node of Gates Project curated by Caterina Davinio. You are invited to 
participate of this gate, sending your wishes. You can send your wishes in any stile: phrases, visual poetry 
design, pictures, sound and so on.

Send to thegateofwishes {AT} yahoo.com

In Brazil, we have a very strong tradition: we write our wishes on pieces of paper and put them behind the 
images os saints we are devoted to. People believe that thinking more seriously about our wishes and writing 
them has a great magic power.

We are preparing a performance on 29th August. All the material that we’ve received will be present (read, 
dance, fix…) next to a door, creating The gate of wishes.

The performance and the installation are going to happen in São Paulo – Brazil, around a gate situated in Center 
of Communication and Arts SENAC – CCA.

Date: 29th August, 2003 at 10 AM.

Address: Rua Scipião, 67, Lapa
São Paulo – SP  BRAZIL

Send your material until 28th August, 2003 to thegateofwishes {AT} yahoo.com





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