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2...CyberSalon Announce...Monthly Help File
3...Melentie Pandilovski..4th annual exhibit, SCCA-Skopje, Macedonia
4...Melentie Pandilovski..Fw: exhibitions at the CIX gallery
5...RTMARK admin..........new BBS
6...{ brad brace }........traduzioni spagnolo mitico leandro... (fwd)
7...nils..................Acad of Media Arts Cologne: Student wk & Larchers
8...Andy Forbes...........approved sponsors HURRAH!
9...Nigel Clark...........climate change art proj

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From: "Dmitry Shubin" <keme {AT} mail.nevalink.ru>
Subject: BALKAN ANSWER
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 1998 21:49:35 +0400

BALKAN ANSWER

BALKAN ANSWER is a festival of ex-Yugoslavian videoproduction that will take
place in St.Petersburg, Russia, August 1-6, 1998.

The program is supported by Open Society Institute, St.Petersburg branch,
and is presented by Alexander Davic (Yugoslavia). From the Russian side the
program is initiated and coordinated by Dimitry Pilikin.

All the pieces putten in the program are production of the nineties from
Federal republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro).


PROGRAM I
(documentary video) - duration 155 minutes

author                   title                      length  year of
pr.

1. Janko Baljak          Crime that changed Serbia  35min   1995

2. Janko Baljak          Ethnically clean           25min   1998

3. Balint Szombaty       Flags II                   5min    1995

4. Olivera Milos Todorovic
                         Shock is spreading         19min   1994

5. Aleksandar Davic      Putting our best foot      22min   1996
    Tolnai Szabolcs       forward
    Nenad Milosevic

6. Goran Markovic         Belgrade follies          42min   1997

7. Radivoje Andric        River of January          6min    1997

8. Boban Skerlic          Sound of Serbia           1min    1997


PROGRAM II
(video art) - duration 120 minutes


1. Zoran Naskoski        L`Origine du Monde         11min   1997

2. Dragana Zarevac       Le Deuil                   6min    1996

3. Bada Dada             Panic Ping Pong            5min    1995

4. Bada Dada             Borderline                 6min    1997

5.Aleksandar Davic       The Last Dada Performance  36min   1992

6. Aleksandar Davic      The Eyewitness             3min    1995

7. Sonja Savic           Play                       22min   1998

8. Apsolutno
   Aleksandar Davic      Good Evening               7min    1996

9. Vesna                 Tokin Feelings             5min    1996

10. Dejan Andjelkovic    Ten seconds before murder  15min   1997
    Jelica Radosavljevic

11. Branka Milicic Davic Dream                      4min    1997



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Subject: CyberSalon Announce Monthly Help File
Date: Wed, 1 Jul 1998 00:03:20 +0100

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Date: Wed, 1 Jul 1998 14:26:45 GMT
From: Melentie Pandilovski <mpandil {AT} soros.org.mk>
Subject: 4th annual exhibition of SCCA-Skopje, Macedonia

You are cordially invited to attend the opening of the 
4th Annual Exhibition of the Soros Center for Contemporary Arts-Skopje 
         1111 Portrait 
on Wednesday, 08. July 1998, at 9:00 PM.
at H'vzi Pashini Konaci*, v. Bardovci, Skopje, Macedonia.

ARTIST                 CURATOR                    PROJECT
         
Elizabeta Avramovska   Sonja Abadzieva Dimitrova/ Translation
Antoni Maznevski       Dejan Budjevac/             In the Unknown Existence
Tome Adzievski         Marika Bocvarova Plavevska/ Retouch
Nada Prlja             Valentino Dimitrovski/      Closed Windows
Valentin Dimanovski    Ivana Jarcevska/        Ideoplastic Plasma "Portrait"
Dusan Drakalski        Kristina Miljanovska/       Layers
Aleksandar Kondev      Hristijan Panev/            Cicino (Roulette)
Miroslav Stojanovic    Nikola Pisarev/             Fly Fisherman
Aleksandar Stankovski  Branislav Sarkanjac/Portrait of the Citizen from FYROM
Minas Bakalcev         Mitko Hadzi Pulja/          Remembering Death
Iskra Dimitrova        Ivan Dzeparovski/           Portrait of Plotinus

At 9:00 PM: Announcing of the awarded project team (artist and curator).
      Award US$2000 

At 23.00:   The  PARTY starts 
Shuttle Bus from 9:00 PM to 4:00 AM. 
Departure in front of the SCCA office (every 30 min.), Orce Nikolov 109,
Skopje


Melentie Pandilovski
SCCA-Skopje

* H'vzi Pashini Konaci have been built around 1840 by the Turkish
nobleman Havzi Pasha as his private residence. It is found in the
village Bardovci - 6 kilometers from the center of Skopje. The walls of
the Palace, which have the shape and function of a fortress, are with an
area of 25.000 square meters. The complex is divided in three parts. 1.
The Residence of Havzi Pasha (or "Selamluk" - the mens Palace) in the
right 2. In the Western  part of the complex is the womens residental
part (Haremluk). 3. The commercial part is in the Eastern part of the
complex


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Date: Wed, 1 Jul 1998 14:46:14 GMT
From: Melentie Pandilovski <mpandil {AT} soros.org.mk>
Subject: Fw: exhibitions at the CIX gallery

The Soros Center for Contemporary Arts-Skopje, Macedonia 
has the pleasure to invite you to the opening of the exhibitions:

	a se esse
	of Antoni Maznevski

and

	Being Digital
	of Nikola Velkov


on Wednesday, 01. July 1998, at 8:30 PM
at the 		CIX gallery
Orce Nikolov, 109, Skopje



Melentie Pandilovski
SCCA - Skopje

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Date: Wed, 1 Jul 1998 11:13:33 -0700 (PDT)
From: RTMARK admin <rtmark {AT} rtmark.com>
Subject: new BBS

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Date: Thu, 2 Jul 1998 09:03:00 -0700 (PDT)
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To: nettime-l {AT} Desk.nl
Subject: [HaCkmEeTiNg] traduzioni spagnolo mitico leandro... (fwd)

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Date: Fri, 03 Jul 1998 15:29:08 +0000
From: nils <nils {AT} khm.de>
Subject: Academy of Media Arts Cologne: Students work and Larchers

Please check:
http://www.khm.de/openday/
to see what is exhibited at the open day of the Academy of Media Arts
Cologne


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From: "Andy Forbes" <andy {AT} j15.co.uk>
Subject: approved sponsors HURRAH!
Date: Fri, 3 Jul 1998 16:07:22 +0100

Department of Fine Arts
Manchester Metropolitan University

Re: Sponsorship for Web specific art competition launching September 
5-20 isea98: the ninth International Symposium on Electronic Art

Dear friend,

ISEA98TERROR has decided that the suggestion for the ninth International 
Symposium of Electronic Art web site, the 'net-art98' 
project/competition, hosted by Ellipsis and with production by Junction 
15 and Warp-Interactive, is an excellent initiative. We believe this 
online international competition, probably the first to be held for this 
emerging art format, will be crucial in developing and moving forward 
artistic endeavour on the web. Despite the tight time schedule we 
believe there is lightly to be a great response from artists and the 
worldwide web audience alike, with resulting good coverage for the 
competition and its sponsors in the conventional and online press.

The Manchester Digital Summer programme is moving into full swing. The 
birth of "The Baby" (the first ever stored-programme computer) was 
celebrated on Sunday 21st June at the Museum of Science and Industry. 
You will no doubt have seen the many media articles and screenings 
around this rebuilt computer. The summer continues with events 
throughout and will lead to ISEA98 as the climax in September. We have 
received over 800 submissions from the open submission calls and it 
promises to be the UK's biggest ever electronic arts event to date and 
indeed the most ambitious ISEA so far, making the Ninth Annual ISEA a 
crucial event in the arts calendar worldwide. The online voting for the 
net-art98 competition will open at the beginning of ISEA98TERROR, a 
first elmination of competitiors will be made at the close of the event, 
and voting will then continue till December '98 culminating with the 
award of prizes based on the final vote.

We would like to offer you the opportunity to develop the net-art98 
competition in conjunction with ourselves. We currently need to boost 
the prize money on offer and also provide some funds to ensure the 
smooth running of the competition. All sponsors will appear on the main 
competition web page in order of contribution (with small logos hot 
linked to their own web sites) and on all competition publicity and 
press releases.

Myself, as Head of Department and as Executive Director of ISEA98, am 
signatory for a charitable account at MMU, where this will be fully 
accountable and auditable. Any sponsorship cheques for net-art98 should 
be made payable to "Manchester Metropolitan University" and sent to 
myself at the above address.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Professor John Hyatt

Executive Director/Chair ISEA98TERROR

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Date: Wed, 01 Jul 1998 15:41:40 +0200
From: Nigel Clark <n.clark {AT} auckland.ac.nz>
Subject: climate change art proj

Hi, My name is Nigel Clark, Iím putting together a website project on
global warming and interconnectivity - for which Iím hoping to get
contributions from as many people on  (smaller) islands as possible.
The people at the Australian Network for Art and Technology suggested
your organization/network  might be able to help me get some exposure
for my outline/call for proposals:  Ive included a short and longer
version.

any help much appreciated

--nigel


--------^---------------------------------^^----^^^^^^^----^-----------

Shrinking Worlds is a website project which will assemble work by
artists/writers from around the world who live on islands - to engage
with the theme of global climate change. Using the Internet as a medium
will draw attention  to the parallel between two forms of connectivity:
that of a complex communication system and an even more complex climatic
system.  The intention is to bring together the sort of visual images,
icons, stories or narrative fragments that might help island peoples
engage with the current global predicament.

The deadline for submissions is August 31, 1998: For further information
contact Nigel Clark <n.clark {AT} auckland.ac.nz> or The Physics Room at
<physicsroom {AT} physicsroom.org.nz>

--^-------------------------------------------^--^^---^^^^^--^-------

Shrinking Worlds
Islands and Global Climate Change: An Internet Arts Project

call for contributions

A huge question mark hangs over the world.  Have we changed the planetís

weather systems?  Do we face a future of global warming, of sea level
changes, and an increase in cyclones and other weather extremes?  This
is of concern to everyone, but especially those who are surrounded by
sea.  How do people living on small islands and atolls feel about this
strange new future - a future which they may have had  little part  in
creating -- but must  live with on a daily basis?

Shrinking Worlds  will use the  Internet to bring together the thoughts,

images and words  of island peoples in a  time of global uncertainty.
To respond to climate change we must at the same time think about the
ways in which we are interconnected -  now and in the past.  While
global weather cycles and ocean currents draw the world into a single
integrated system,  electronic communication  offers another mode of
global interconnectedness - with the potential to overcome the isolation

that may be a part of island life in the modern world.

We are calling for contributions from artists and writers who live on
islands around the world:  works which say something about issues of
climate change - and the changing forms of interconnectivity in todayís
world - and what this might mean to island people. The work  will be
displayed on the Shrinking Worlds  website.

The  work featured need not engage directly or explicitly with the
issues in question - it may approach them  from any angle.  Neither do
the works have to be complete and stand-alone.  Just as ecological
systems bring many small elements into a larger whole, so too do
communication networks enable fragments and strands to meet and fuse
into new forms.  New works are welcome - but so too can existing pieces
or sections of other works be put to new uses.  Alongside visual arts,
we are interested in poetry, song, prose and  sound pieces.  We are
hoping to provide a site where diverse works enter into new
conversations and exchanges.

Shrinking Worlds is being curated by Nigel Clark and administered by the

Physics Room.

We are relying on the circulation and display of this message to reach
people in places often bypassed by mainstream cultural flows and
exchanges, so please forward it to people or groups who may be
interested.  For further information contact Nigel Clark:  21 King
Street, Grey Lynn, Auckland, New Zealand, telephone: 64 9  378 4108,
email: n.clark {AT} auckland.ac.nz.

The deadline for submissions is August 31, 1998.

Nigel Clark is a sociologist who also works in the arts.  He lectures at

the University of Auckland.  The Physics Room
(http://www.physicsroom.org.nz/)  is a non-profit organization based in
Christchurch, Aotearoa/New Zealand which promotes links between the arts

and other critical areas of cultural production.  It receives major
funding from Creative New Zealand.
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