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01 . de andere film   .   nieuw adres
02 . mike stubbs   .   Hull Time Based Arts
03 . convex tv   .   !!! ::: First International net.radio Contest ::: !!!
04 . info   .   merge #3
05 . Laurent JESOVER   .   ALTER DAVOS - EN
06 . Myron Turner   .   "remote access movement"
07 . Christian Hoeller   .   TRANSLOCATION - (NEW) MEDIA ART
08 . Petronella Tenhaaf   .   Life 2.0 deadline change
09 . Mikael Huss  .   Powerbase Alpha Capitalism Issue
10.  lmc   .   Resonance mag+CD
11.  nomadnet    .   MASSAGE
12.  miekal and   .   Literature Nation
13.  ann! ...  ann! (administrativa)




   ................................................................... 01

Date: Thu, 14 Jan 1999 12:38:43 +0100 (MET)
From: de andere film <transmedia {AT} planetinternet.be>


gelieve vanaf nu ons nieuw adres:
transmedia {AT} planetinternet.be
te gebruiken
Bedankt!

AS/Sinebase/Kino-Eye/TechnoLust
Centrum voor Beeldcultuur v.z.w.
Meir 50
B-2000 Antwerpen
Belgium/Europe
0032-3-234.16.40 (vox)
0032-3-226.27.64 (fax)
transmedia {AT} planetinternet.be (e-mail)
http://www.dma.be/cvb/as



   ................................................................... 02

Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999
From: mike stubbs <stubbs {AT} easynet.co.uk>


Dear Friends

Hull Time Based Arts is re-locating to a new building in Hull enabling
better resources including a modest laboratory/gallery /research space and
improved public access.  Following a recent special planning day at Hull
Time Based Arts, we are now considering making our currently annual ROOT
(Running Out of Time) Festival of Live and Time Based Arts, bi-annual.

ROOT takes place at the end of  October.  Centred in Hull, England, many of
the works are co-produced with other organisations nationally and
internationally.  And as in previous years we wish to continue to
collaborate in the realisation of many of these projects with you, our
partners.

It is for this reason that I am asking your views on whether the ROOT
festival is best placed in October (dark for outdoor projection/students
back to college/not too close to xmas) and also what you whether ROOT is
better as a annual or bi-annual event.

Recognising that there are many media art events and festivals throughout
the year it maybe usefuol to check dates and timeings between us as far in
advance as possible, especially those in the UK and Europe.

I would also like to take this opportunity to bring your attention to this
year's festival; TOOT - Totally Out Of Tune, a cross section of
contemporary art and music- reflecting the merging of popular and high art
forms, the raw and the recorded, discourse and discord, artist's working
with or in relation to sound - be that live performance, recordings, on
-line, radio, analogue, digital, acoustic, visual, oral, aural.

HTBA is still open to programme proposals for ROOT 99, collaborations.  We
are also considering what ROOT 2000/01 might be and open to suggestions.

I look forward to your response (however brief)

best wishes for 999

Mike Stubbs
Director HTBA





Hull Time Based Arts is one of Europe's leading commissioners of live and
new technology arts, supporting the development of innovative new work
through it's Avidlab digital imaging suite, technical and administrative
assistance, exhibition  and touring programme.

Contact HTBA for details of Avid training courses and equipment hire.

Hull Time Based Arts * 8 Posterngate * Kingston Upon Hull * HU1 2JN * UK

t: 01482 216 446
f: 01482 589 952
htba {AT} htba.demon.co.uk

http://www/htba.demon.co.uk/



   ................................................................... 03

Date: Thu, 14 Jan 1999 00:32:11 +0100
From: convex tv. <ses {AT} art-bag.net>


::: First International net.radio Prize Contest :::
Organizer: ::: convex tv. :::
...................................................................

As you all know, net.radio has become a chic Product throughout the last
months, embraced by curators, mainstream.media and millions of listeners.

Now the time has come to promote net.radio as a commodity!
Produce a net.radio Advurt!

In the manner of the tradition of Enlightenment Europe's academies of
arts and sciences, convex tv., in co-operation with you, are soliciting
responses from a global public and in sound form to the following Prize
Contest. This announcement is addressed to all persons, anywhere in the
world. You are invited to respond to our Prize Contest in a creative way
and from whatever happens to be your own technocultural perspective and
background. You should aim to provide the most convincing and conclusive
solution possible in a spirit of open competition. On the threshold of a
new millennium, this international competition of minds hopes to become
a symbol of a creative and co-operative global society in the 21st
century.
...................................................................

The Prize Question:
Produce an Advurt (jingle) to promote the general or specific ideas,
conditions, utopias, references of net.radio to a worldwide and Viennese

audience!

The Advurts have to address the following issue:

"Liberating the net from radio?
 Liberating radio from the net?"
...................................................................

The Prize:
1 net.radio
...................................................................

Conditions of Participation:

Everyone and anyone may participate, even the Contest jurors and staff
of convex tv. Advurts may not be submitted which, prior to the official
presentation of awards, have been either previously published or offered
to third parties for publication, or which have been entered in any other
competition.

::: Advurts should be transferred to the International net.radio Prize
Contest's Answering Machine in Vienna/Austria under 0043 1 40 12 14 2 no

later than Friday, February 19, 1999, 11:00 CET. :::

Advurts cannot be returned onto private answering machines. Authors of
award-winning Advurts confer the unrestricted right of reproduction -
also transferable to third parties - to the Contest organizers. This includes

the right of translation and dissemination of Advurts in any way or
form, either in part or in full, and in all languages. Authors whose Advurts
have been presented to the Final Jury, but have not been awarded a prize,
likewise confer the right of reproduction to the Contest holders.

...................................................................

Requirements:
- The jingle must not be longer than 2 minutes.
- The jingle must address the Prize Question.
- You can produce as many jingles as you like.
- Jingles which don't fulfill any of those requirements will be deleted
instantly.
...................................................................

Procedure of the Contest:

The International net.radio Prize Contest's Answering Machine is part of

"from stationto station", convex tv.'s contribution to the group show
"Produktion/Öffentlichkeit" at Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna, Austria
(January 13 - February 19, 1999).
>>>>>> http://www.wuk.at/kunsthalle/02/02index.htm
>>>>>> http://www.art-bag.net/convextv/station/2/station

For all contributors to the Contest, a weekly window will pop up on the
International net.radio Prize Contest's Answering Machine, so that you
will be able to upload your Advurts: The number you have to dial to is 0043 1

4012142.

Visitors at Kunsthalle Exnergasse will be able to listen to all Advurts
which are uploaded on the International net.radio Prize Contest's
Answering Machine during the exhibition's opening times by taking a seat on
one of

convex tv.'s famous "test beds" (the  Formica-Furniture
http://www.art-bag.net/convextv/gifs/zubotton.gif, not the Berlin
space),
which will thus serve as an audioserver.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:Please make sure you ONLY call on Wednesdays and
Thursdays from 19:00 CET to 11:00 CET the following morning - otherwise
your Advurt will only reach the Hear-Only-Memory-Ears of some friendly
office clerks at Kunsthalle Exnergasse.

All valid entries will be put on the art-bag-server after February 19 so
you will be able to enjoy the most current ideas of promoting net.radio
in retrospective online.

The winner will be elected and announced after February 19 by the
dependent International net.radio Prize Contest's Jury and will be awarded
a net.radio!

The jingle may be anonymised and it might refer to existing or
non-existing net.radio-stations or -projects. In any case please make
sure: Do not forget to confirm your submission by sending a message to
ses {AT} art-bag.net, giving a very short summary/description of your Advurt
and the time of uploading, so we can return to you with the prize.

...................................................................

Board of Curators:
convex tv. (Berlin)
...................................................................

Address of the International net.radio Prize Contest's Secretariat:

International net.radio Prize Contest Secretariat
c/o test bed
schlegelstr.26/27
10115 Berlin
Germany
Phone 0049 30 283 84 103
Fax   0049 30 440 53 039
e-mail: ses {AT} art-bag.net
Internet: http://www.art-bag.net/convextv/station/2/station
...................................................................
°°°°°°°stefan e. schreck niederbarnimstr.12 10247 berlin°°°    °tel/fax
++49.30.2925936°°°°°°°http://www.art-bag.net/convextv



   ................................................................... 04

Date: Fri, 08 Jan 1999 15:19:33 +0100
From: info {AT} mergemag.com


                      PRESS RELEASE

(If you would like to be taken off this list in the future, please reply to
us and put "take off email list" in the subject heading.)

Merge Magazine # 3: The Love Issue, with contributions from Douglas
Coupland, Slavoj Zizek, and others

"Love with a big O, with a capital O, dripping with orange custard, covered
in white flowers..."

When we decided to dedicate this issue of Merge to love, we only knew we
wanted to avoid the usual ironic commentaries on love. Love may be the
ultimate commodity of the 90s, but as Argentine poet Oliverio Girondo
reminds us in a poem published in this issue, there is also love "which
enflames the hearts of orangutangs and firemen. Love which exalts the songs
of frogs under tree branches, which pops the buttons off booties, which
feeds on jealousies and jellybeans. Unpostponable love, love imposed.
Incandescent, incautious love. Undeformable. Undressed. Love-love which is,
simply, love!"

But then came the problem. Writing about simple, undressed love is anything
but simple. Love is always directed at something or someone. And if we
believe French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan, love can be defined as giving
something you do not have to someone who does not want it!

So what to do? Pop lyrics seemed to be one place where love has been
continuously addressed, and we started there. Magnus Larsson writes about
Al Green's message of love, while Per Andersson discusses the role of
passion in music ranging from Swedish folk music to Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
And Julia Tedroff describes Hans Ekelund's art project "A Love Supreme"
which takes the passion of collecting records as its point of departure.

True love gives without wanting something in return, and in this sense
Swedish artist Leif Elggren is one of the true lovers in contemporary art
and music. His fictional kingdom of Elgaland-Vargland, which he
co-established with artist CM von Hausswolff, is just one of his generous
platform for involving and linking large numbers of people in events that
are at once both artistic and politcal. Elggren has contributed an insert
for this issue, and he is also interviewed by Hakan Nilsson about his art
and music.

Love is also romantic, and what part of the world has been more
romanticized than 'the Orient'? Gail Ramsay writes on how love is portrayed
in contemporary Arab literature, while Kristina Riegert writes on how
Beirut's population continued to live, love, and eat during the Israeli
siege.

But there are also other contributions. Slavoj Zizek addresses the
relationship between Clinton's sexual escapades and the Freudian primal
father, and Douglas Coupland has contributed a text project. Robyn Dutra
interviews Valerie Steele, editor of Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress,
Body, and Culture, and Elena Gorfinkel writes on the current fascination
with "geek fashion." Harald Bergius manages to interview Squarepusher, one
of the English music scene's most innovative-and least verbal!-figures. And
there's more.

Merge is distributed in bookstores throughout the US and Canada by Eastern
News. In case of difficulty locating the issue, our distributor's hotline
at 1-800-2213148 will help you find the closest retailer. Readers in other
parts of the world can buy the issue directly from us.


________________________
Merge. The way life should be.
http://www.mergemag.com



   ................................................................... 05

Date: Sun, 10 Jan 1999 15:01:13 +0100
From: Laurent JESOVER <jesover {AT} attac.org>


For the past twenty years, financial globalisation has increased
economic insecurity and social inequality. It bypasses and reduces the
choices of people, democratic institutions and the sovereign states
responsible for the common interest. In the name of global change
presented as a natural law, citizens and their representatives are
prevented from deciding their destiny. It is criticical that this
process be stopped by creating new regulation and control instruments,
at the national, regional, and international level. To face the dual
challenge of social implosion and political dispair requires the
creation of a civil and grassroots movement.

On the occasion of the World Economic Forum, which will be held on 29
January to 1st February 1999 in Davos, the ATTAC association is
initiating, in Paris and in numerous cities in France, a series of
actions with the aim of advancing and promoting alternative proposals
than those of the "market" and its political relays.

Furthermore, ATTAC has associated itself to other international
resistance networks (Coordination Against the MAI, World Forum of
Alternatives, SAPRIN) to widen the development of alternatives to the
dictatorship of "mad money", to reconquer the space lost by democracy
at the benefit of the financial sphere, to oppose all new
relinquishing of the freedom of States in the name of the so called
"right" of investors and merchants. In short, to create, world-wide, a
democratic area.

We invite all citizens from around the world to be heard, whether they
are members of NGOs, unions, networks... or simply desire to become
engaged in a collective thinking through ALTER DAVOS.

ALTER DAVOS : an international citizen forum.

Stage 01: Starting from 9 January, texts will be made available to
readers on the ATTAC website <http://attac.org/alterdavos/>. We invite
you to discuss them in your networks. This introductory discussion
will allow you to become familiar with existing texts and to prepare
the work which will take place on the Internet network.

Stage 02: Starting from 15 January, 16h00 GMT, until Sunday 17
January, 16h00 GMT, we are organising a discussion forum on the Web.
We invite you to join this forum in any public or private place and to
raise the awareness of the greatest number of citizens. The objective
is to achieve, at the end of these debates, the elaboration of a
comprehensive proposal of an international citizen agreement on
investment and wealth.

Stage 03: Saturday 30 January, Davos. A press conference in which the
above-referenced four networks will participate, as well as
representatives of international movements, will allow the work thus
realised to be made public.

Please feel free to distribute this message widely: The success of
this forum depends on everyone's support and participation.


   ................................................................... 06

From: "Myron Turner" <mturner {AT} cc.UManitoba.CA>
Date: Tue, 12 Jan 1999 14:58:35 +0000


The Manitoba Visual Arts Network wishes to announce the installation of
a new artist's web project, : "remote access movement"  by Pedro Mendes.    It
will be found at the following address:

 http://www.umanitoba.ca/mbvan/proj/ram/

"remote access movement" is one of three juried projects sponsored by Manitoba
Visual Arts Network in 1998/99 and supported by a Grant from the
Manitoba Arts  Council.

>From the artist's statement:
      " remote access movement " is an analysis of the merging of the inherent
        spectatorness of TV and the interactive voyeuristic nature of
the net.



   ................................................................... 07

Date: Tue, 12 Jan 1999
From: a8405469 {AT} unet.univie.ac.at (Christian Hoeller)


TRANSLOCATION - (NEW) MEDIA ART

Exhibition at Generali Foundation, Wiedner Hauptstrasse 15, A-1040 Vienna,
Austria

Januray 27 - April 11, 1999

Translocal interactions of themes, places and media is how one could
describe the increasingly global networking of cultural activities and
production. The old opposites of east and west, capitalism versus
communism, liberal media versus state-controlled decimation of information
have gradually lost their relevance for Europe since 1989. Hence the
question of what power structures have since developed to replace the old
dualistic system is becoming more urgent.

The translocation (new) media/art exhibition highlights media art positions
against the background of this problem. It investigates how individual
artistic vernaculars developed, discusses the problem of orienting artistic
work in local and translocal environments and reveals the limits drawn by
language and specific local intellectual markets. And it also attempts to
throw light on the leveling effect of new communication technologies on the
self-image of madia art. translocation (new) media/art presents the
internal debate and the regional differences of specific scenes and
situations in their individual contexts. These can be accessed and compared
on the basis of selected private material compiled by media artists and
theorists in what is still a divided Europe.

Materials provided by: Luchezar Boyadjiev (BG), Marina Grzinic (SL), HILUS
(A), Sanja Ivekovic (CR), Ryszard Kluszczynski (PL), Keiko Sei (CZ/J), Jiri
Sevcik (CZ), Tommaso Tozzi (I)


TRANSLOCATION_NEW MEDIA/ART
International Conference
Generali Foundation, Wiedner Hauptstrasse 15, A-1040 Vienna, Austria
Friday, January 29 and Saturday, January 30, 1999
1 PM - 8 PM

Participants:

Arjun Appadurai (Professor of Anthropology, Chicago)
Renée Green (Artist, New York)
Marina Grzinic (Artist and Philosopher, Ljubljana)
Lisa Haskel (Media Theorist and Curator, London)
Katrin Kivimaa (Art History & Gender Studies, Tallinn/Budapest)
Ryszard Kluszczynski (Media Theorist, Lódz)
Igor Markovic (Editor of Arkzin, Zagreb)
Vesna Manojlovic (B92/OpenNet, Belgrade)
Eduard Muka (Artist and Professor of Art & New Media, Tirana)
Hito Steyerl (Filmmaker and Critic, Munich)
Katarina Zivanovic (CybeRex, OpenNet, Belgrade)


http://www.translocation.at
A series of projects organized by a transnational co-operation of
springerin (Vienna), Detail (Prague) and Magazyn Sztuki (Danzig/Warsaw)
Sponsored by the European Union
For more details please contact: springerin {AT} springerin.at



   ................................................................... 08


Date: Sun, 10 Jan 1999 11:56:14 -0500 (EST)
From: Petronella Tenhaaf <tenhaaf {AT} yorku.ca>


LIFE 2.0 International Competition

Please note that the deadline for submissions has been extended to
Jan. 20 1999.

Also, for you Mac users, the site now has no access problems:
http://www.telefonica.es/fat/vida.html



   ................................................................... 09


Date: Sat, 09 Jan 1999 19:03:29 +0100
From: Mikael Huss <pseudo {AT} well.com>


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   ................................................................... 10

Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 17:49:40 +0000
From: lmc <postmaster {AT} lmcltd.demon.co.uk>

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   ................................................................... 11

Date: Fri, 15 Jan 1999 02:24:29 -0400
From: nomadnet <nomads {AT} nomadnet.org>

You are invited to visit MASSAGE v3.0 at
<http://www.nomadnet.org/massage3>
for a stimulating rubdown on media, art and culture.

In this issue, Katarina Soukup describes Radio Bicyclette, a mobile
memory machine performed on the streets of Montreal in August 1998;
Marjetica Potrc reflects upon the nature of architecture, ruins & human
nature; Joseph Schaub reads Linda Kaufmann's Sick Boys and Bad Girls
through a prism of the Starr Report; and Tim Nohe hears echoes of a
complex Futurist past in p22's IL Futurismo: Soundtrack to a Font.

In the Project Room  EMMA -- those wily tricksters from Buffalo, NY --
turn canned music on its head with Pirate Radio Muzak.

Readers will also find a link to Funding Atanarjuat an article by
Marie-Helene Cousineau which appears on the Igloolik web site. This
article illustrates the obstacles Inuit media producers face within the
Canadian funding system.
MASSAGE v3.0 requires Netscape 4.0+ or I.E. 4.02 or higher (although we
recommend Netscape) and QuickTime 3.0.

Thanks to Steve Bradley, Isuma and Keith Roberson.
Laura McGough
Co-Director
www.nomadnet.org
www.nomadnet.org/massage3


   ................................................................... 12

Date:  Thu, 14 Jan 1999 18:12:24 +0000
From: miekal and <dtv {AT} mwt.net>
Literature Nation

<Awkword Ubutronics is pleased to announce a new language hypertext>

a narrative dissolves into a

"LITERATURE NATION"

interwriting by Maria Damon & Miekal And
media manipulations by Miekal And, Allegra Fi Wakest & Zon Wakest

MediaWindow, 6 Hosts, 450 Text-Moments, Too Many Clickables To Count,

"semantics means. each theory replaces the previous memory, how long
they last. termination is succinct, succession is giant. I cannot reach
the book on the top shelf, lower case is better. what's all the hoopala
about, the crystal remains misspelled."

"winged innoculation, they push the words across the landscape with
their persistent inequalities. great migration of theory, driven below
the level of thought. syllabic diaspora, disparate conclusions. in the
alphabetic logic, they wound and found each other."

Comments & Curiosities invited

http://net22.com/qazingulaza/joglars/litnat/index.html



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Date:  Fri, 15 Jan 1999 12:58:00 +0100 (MET)
From: fokky <Sandra.Fauconnier {AT} rug.ac.be>


Dear announcer subscribers,

You've probably noticed that no announcer messages were sent out during
almost one week; this was due to technical problems, our mailing list
software (macjordomo; does anyone know of better macintosh freeware?)
hasn't been functioning too well.

In order to compensate for this, we will send you the Weekender soon, with
a compilation of all the messages you've missed. Our apologies for this
inconvenience...

Many greetings,
fokky and andreas

http://simsim.rug.ac.be/announcer/
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