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   . The Weekender ...................................................
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01 . r a d i o q u a l i a    .     kinematica
02 . arcangel    .    78rpm
03 . Cybersalon    .   NETwork correction/reminder
04 . Elisa Rose    .   Station Rose webcast on n5m3, amsterdam
05 . cKenzie Wark    .   Celebrities, Culture & Cyberspace
06 . berge   .   globe e online
07 . Axel Bruns     .    New issue of M/C now available
08 . Jon C. Ippolito    .   Symposium on Cyberfeminism and Net Culture
09 . Bck2SqOne    .   The Labor Art & Mural Project
10 . The Announcer   .    Help B92 Campaign!
11 . katarina   .   BGDirect
12 . super deformed    .   c l e a n  s u r f a c e
13. ANAT - Honor Harger    .    me.diation: LIVE ON THE WEB!
14. Verena     .    Prix Ars Electronica 1999




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


Date: Tue, 23 Mar 1999 19:29:35 +0930
From: r a d i o q u a l i a <radioqualia {AT} va.com.au>
Subject: r a d i o q u a l i a: kinematica

KINEMATICS THIS WEEK ON:

r   a   d   i   o   q   u   a   l   i   a


                  ((o))


http://www.radioqualia.va.com.au/telemetry


weekly netcasts:

streaming daisies - georgie knight
23.3.99
2200 - 2400 [ AUS CST ]
2230 - 2430 [ AUS EST ]
1330 - 1530 [ GMT ]
1430 - 1630 [ CET ]

[ - broadcast on 3d radio in adelaide, australia - ]

after a long stint of playing hostess georgie reclaims dreaming daisies
programming perogative. expect nothing. enjoy the sounds you like.  clean
up old files. let select funk osmosis breathe.  trash obsolete operating
systems. eat  what you desire. kiss and don't tell. dance to forget and
remember.

future:: taste adelaide during dreaming daisies '9 in 99' birthday party,
as 36 local sound artists are each given 5 minutes to profile their own
audio.
live webcast (sound + pictures) on the 13/4.
more of the 9 in 99 mission in future despatches.
piacere.


.. ..  .. . . :... :: ..   .	. ...   	. ..	.. 	........
	.  . :... :: ..   ... : .. ..        ... .:... ...    .. .  :... :
: ..

the hydrogen jukebox -  zina kaye + martin ng
24.3.99
2030 - 2330 [ AUS CST ]
2100 - 2400 [ AUS EST ]
1100 - 1400 [ GMT ]
1200 - 1500 [ CET ]

[ - broadcast on eastside radio in sydney, australia - ]

subliminal beats in an abstract landscape, the subtle clashing of cultural
rhythmns, a contained explosion of genuinely scientific material
meticulously collected from around the world, collided molecule by molecule
for a satisfying bang.

http://www.laudanum.net/fl*live/



- > if you wish to be be ousted from this pointcasting regime, hurl insults
to: radioqualia {AT} va.com.au < -

r   a   d   i   o   q   u   a   l   i   a


                   ((o))

f r e q u e n c y  s h i f t i n g  p a r a d i g m s
i n  s t r e a m i n g  a u d i o


ph: 61 8 8232 0142
radioqualia {AT} va.com.au
http://www.radioqualia.va.com.au


supported by virtual artists (VA)
http://www.va.com.au





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


Date: Fri, 19 Mar 1999
From: arcangel {AT} mvs.com.mx
Subject: Re: 78rpm

If you are in Mexico or plan to come next week,

>> > you are invited to the performance of DJ DON MIGUEL CORONA
>> >
>> >
>> > COLMILLO and www.unosunosyunosceros.com  invites you to the event
>> > 78rpm
>> > with DJ DON MIGUEL CORONA that will be spinning the best 78 vinyl
>> > records from the beginnings of the century.
>> >
>> > charlestonfoxtrotbaladajazzswingpolkabosano
>> > amerenguesondanzsontangochachachabaladabolero
>> > bluesrock&rolletc..............
>> >
>> >
>> > Since the middle of 1800, when the first record devices appear, the
>> > way that we listen and appreciate music changed,
>> > since then, there have been to mayor innovations, the evolution
>> > from the Edison cylinder to the flat black disk,
>> > and the rise of the digital technology.
>> > Also the people in control of this devices evolve to the DJ  the
>> > visionaries of today, the ones that make the masses to dance,
>> > artist like carl cox jeff mills juan atkins laurent garnier junior
>> > vazquez frankie knuckles etc.
>> > 78 rpm is a tribute to DJ don Miguel Corona a pioneer , that  has
>> > been dedicated to this art as a mobile dj , promoter and 78 rpm
>> > dealer  for more the forty years,
>> > and will delight us with his musical choice.
>> >
>> >
>> > wednesday 24 march 1999   10 pm  at colmillo  versalles 52 col
>> > juarez mexico df
>> >
>> > miguel corona is a resident artist at unosunosyunosceros
>> >
>> > 78 rpm will be in the near future at www.unosunosyunosceros.com





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


Date:  Mon, 22 Mar 1999
From: CyberSalon Announce
Cybersalon - NETwork correction/reminder

Correction: contrary to the previous mail-out, the music starts at 10pm.

Cybersalon - NETwork
Wednesday 24 March
Venue: Open 144, Charing Cross Road, WC2
Entry fee: free before 10pm, otherwise £5

7pm: Surveillance on the Net
Speakers: Mark Simpkins and Pupak Navabpour from Maahee and Mark
Qziecielewski Watching Them Watching Us and Chaired by Armin Medosch,
Telepolis

We are excited about being able to look at what we like and publish what
we want on the Net. But what if someone was always watching your every
move in cyberspace? For Cybersalon 10, we will be discussing whether we
should be scared of surveillance of our on-line activities by public and
private institutions.

10pm till late: music by Wildlife and Rugged Vinyl Featuring: The Bob
Bhamra Project, DJ Trax, Paul Bateman, Ben James & Ray Stanley, Calyx &
M.C. U.B. Nice, D.M. Cut and Rage.

Cybersalon - NETwork is presented by New Media Knowledge and the Hypermedia
Research Centre, sponsored by Rugged Vinyl and Telepolis.

Look forward to seeing you all at Cybersalon.





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


Date: Thu, 18 Mar 1999
From: Elisa Rose <gunafa {AT} well.com>
Subject: Station Rose webcast on n5m3, amsterdam

Gunafa!

Just came back from the "Next5Minutes3" conference in Amsterdam.
We performed LIVE at the opening party, talked about our book "1st decade"
in the TAZ (tactical autonomous zone), were invited to webcast at DFM/Radio
100
&
listened to a lot of good lectures during the conference
about
"Art & Activism".

Too many thoughts/statements around these topics are in our mindz still,
so we decided to make a
"Station Rose im Gespraech" with Petra Klaus/Radio X
TODAY, Friday 19/3/99, 9 p.m. CET at <http://www.stationrose.com>

Join Us! Listen to what the artists say. It will be realtime-20sec. & gunafa.

herzlichst
;-)
Elisa Rose & Gary Danner




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


Date: Fri, 19 Mar 1999
From: McKenzie Wark <mwark {AT} laurel.ocs.mq.edu.au>
Subject: Celebrities, Culture & Cyberspace




PLUTO PRESS and the AUSTRALIAN FABIAN SOCIETY
invite you to join

Barry Jones (President, Australian Labor Party)

and Mark Davis (author, Ganglands)

as they launch

CELEBRITIES, CULTURE AND CYBERSPACE
The Light on the Hill in a Postmodern World

the latest book by McKENZIE WARK

When : Wednesday 24 March, 6.30
Where : Brunswick Street Bookshop
305 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne

refreshments will be served

rsvp tmoore {AT} socialchange.net.au

What people are Saying about Celebrities, Culture and Cyberspace

"Thinking. Serious thinking. Left-of-Third-Way idealism clad in
techno-drag. Good one."
-- Craig McGregor

"McKenzie Wark has produced a virbrant study of Australian politics and
culture. This journey through contemporary Australian  society is well
worth taking."
-- Lindsay Tanner




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


From: berge {AT} a2.com.au
Subject: globe e online

Issue 9 of Globe E magazine on contemporary Australian art is
now online. Take you browser to
http://www.arts.monash.edu.au/visarts/globe/ghome.html and
click on current issue.




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


From: Axel Bruns <mc {AT} mailbox.uq.edu.au>
Subject: New issue of M/C now available

  The Media and Cultural Studies Centre at the University of Queensland
     is proud to present issue two in volume two of the award-winning

                  M/C - A Journal of Media and Culture
                        http://www.uq.edu.au/mc/

M/C is an award-winning journal that crosses over between the popular and
the academic. It is attempting to engage with the 'popular', and integrate
the work of 'scholarship' in media and cultural studies into our critical
work. We take seriously the need to move ideas outward, so that our
cultural debates may have some resonance with wider political and cultural
interests.

It doesn't take much to see that human history is full of invasions, from
military invasions to other, sometimes no less tragic contexts: virus
invasions which threaten millions of lives, or metaphorically invasions by
computer viruses wreaking their form of electronic havoc, as well as
invasions of culture through the modern media which may also severely
affect whole societies. Conversely, invasive surgery is now a standard tool
to save people's lives, just as invasive interventions by the international
community are sometimes seen as the only way to stop a country's descent
into anarchy. In the second issue of M/C this year, we consider these and
other aspects of 'invasion' -- here are the articles on offer:


  "Invading the Ivory Tower: Hypertext and the New Dilletante Scholars"
Axel Bruns examines the implications that our increasing use of the Web to
disseminate information may have for academic discussion and research,
predicting a growing influx of self-trained scholars that may seriously
affect traditional academic hierarchies.

  "Shooting Baywatch: Resisting Cultural Invasion"
Felicity Meakins examines media and community reactions to the threat of
having the television series Baywatch shot on Australian beaches, looking
looks at the cultural cringe that has surrounded the relationship between
Australia and America over the years and is manifested by our response to
American accents in the media.

  "Screen II: The Invasion of the Attention Snatchers"
Paul Mc Cormack considers how the television has irreversibly invaded our
lives and claimed a dominant place in the domestic sphere. Recently, the
(Internet-connected) personal computer has begun a similar invasion: what
space will it eventually claim?

  "Is Sustainable Tourism Really Sustainable? Protecting the Icon in the
   Commodity at Sites of Invasion"
Sandra Brunet explores the often forgotten Kangaroo Island off the coast of
South Australia, examining the ways in which the image of the island is
constructed by the government and media for eco-tourism and how faithful
this representation is to the farmers, fishermen and other inhabitants of
the island.

  "A Decolonising Doctor? British SF Invasion Narratives"
Nick Caldwell investigates some of the implications of the "Britishness" of
the cult television series Doctor Who, where insularity and cultural
authority are taken to extremes during the ubiquitous intergalactic
invasions.

  "Special Effects and the Invasive Camera: Enemy of the State and The
   Conversation"
Paul Starr considers at the troubled relationship between cutting-edge
special effects in Hollywood action movies and the surveillance
technologies that recent movies such as Enemy of the State show as tools in
government conspiracies. The depiction of high-tech gadgetry as 'cool' and
'evil' at the same time, he writes, leads to a collapse of meaning.



                             And introducing

               M/C Reviews - An ongoing series of reviews
                   of events in culture and the media.
                    http://www.uq.edu.au/mc/reviews/


M/C Reviews is a companion piece to the M/C journal itself. Publication on
the Internet gives us the freedom to keep its link to M/C proper ambiguous:
M/C Reviews is neither simply a sub-section of M/C, nor completely
independent of it; you, the reader, decide how you want to see it. The
reviews are informed by the culture-critical perspective of M/C, but you
don't need to take notice of this fact; if you do, however, you'll find
that they tie in to some of the debates represented in greater length in
M/C. New articles are continually added to M/C Reviews.

Recent reviews include:

Felicity Meakins: "Smug Grins from the Experts: 'Language and Society'"
Shane Lewis:      "What Tangled Webs: 'A Simple Plan'/'Very Bad Things'"
Shane Lewis:      "Norm Storms Warm Form: 'Psycho'"
Axel Bruns:       "A Visit from the Timminses: Cowboy Junkies in Brisbane"
Kirsty Leishman:  "No Express to Marrakesh: 'Hideous Kinky'"
Axel Bruns:       "Dark and Subtle: Morte Macabre's 'Symphonic Holocaust'"
Shane Lewis:      "Special Combination: 'Rush Hour'"
Shane Lewis:      "Toying with Victims: 'Bride of Chucky'/'Clay Pigeons'"


---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Issue two in volume two of M/C is now online at <http://www.uq.edu.au/mc/>.
Previous issues of M/C on various topics are also still available online.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
M/C Reviews is now available at <http://www.uq.edu.au/mc/reviews/>.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
All M/C contributors are available for media contacts: mc {AT} mailbox.uq.edu.au
---------------------------------------------------------------------------

end

                                                          Axel Bruns

--
M/C - A Journal of Media and Culture                  mc {AT} mailbox.uq.edu.au
The University of Queensland                      http://www.uq.edu.au/mc/





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


Date:  Thu, 25 Mar 1999
From: Jon C. Ippolito <JIppolito {AT} guggenheim.org>
Subject: Upcoming Speaking Digital Symposium on Cyberfeminism and Net Culture

Speaking Digital
Interrogating Difference: Cyberfeminism and Net Culture

Tuesday, March 30, 1999
7:00 p.m.

Peter B. Lewis Theater
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY

This fourth symposium in the Speaking Digital series will bring together
cultural critics, filmmakers, and theorists to address the relationship
between gender and technology, and to examine issues of difference,
notions of community, and forms of representation in cyberspace.
Exploring the myth that gender or sexual identity does not matter in the
decentralized domain of  the Internet--in which access to technological
resources equals power--these speakers will also examine alternative
forms of representation and empowerment in the new terrain of
cyberspace, as well as the implications in this for the visual arts.

This panel is co-organized by Nancy Spector, Curator of Contemporary
Art, and J. Fiona Ragheb, Associate Curator for Collections and Exhibitions.


KAREN A. FRENKEL is a filmmaker and journalist specializing in high
technology who has written extensively on such subjects as artificial
intelligence, interactive multimedia, databases and the human genome
project, and women in computing.  The former technology and culture
columnist for CyberTimes, The New York Times on the web, she is also the
co-author with Isaac Asimov of _Robots: Machines in Man's Image_ (1985).
 Frenkel was the creator, writer, and executive producer of _Minerva's
Machine: Women and Computing_ (1995), an award-winning documentary that
investigates the place of women in computing and explores gender
differences in response to high technology.  She is currently at work on
her second documentary, _Net.LEARNING_, which she is directing,
co-writing, and executive producing in conjunction with the Alfred P.
Sloan Foundation.


ALONDRA NELSON is a Ph.D. candidate in the American Studies Program at
New York University.  She writes and teaches on the topics of race,
gender and modernity; science, technology and culture; and 20th-century
popular culture.  She is the moderator of AfroFuturism | List, an email
forum that explores futurist themes, sci-fi imagery and technological
innovation in African diasporic cultural production.  She is currently
co-editing _Techni*Color: Race and Technology in Daily Life_,
forthcoming from NYU Press.


THYRZA GOODEVE NICHOLS is currently Senior Instructor at the Whitney
Museum Independent Study Program.  She has published essays and
interviews on art and technoculture in _Art in America_, _Artbyte_,
_Artforum_, _Guggenheim_ magazine, _Leonardo_, and _Parkett_. Her most
recent project is _How Like A Leaf_, a book-length interview with Donna
J. Haraway, forthcoming this fall from Routledge.


THUY LINH TU is a Ph.D. candidate in the American Studies Program at New
York University.  She teaches and writes about contemporary Asian
American popular culture, primarily as it intersects with a larger
technoculture.  In particular, she is interested in the various
relationships racialized communities have to the production and
consumption of modern technologies in their work, play, and cultural
expression.   She is currently co-editing _Techni*Color: Race and
Technology in Daily Life_, forthcoming from NYU Press.

Tickets are $10 for non-members, $7 for members, students, and seniors.


Speaking Digital is a quarterly series of public dialogues on the
creative possibilities of digital technology.  This symposium in the
Speaking Digital series is generously sponsored by Samsung as part of
its ongoing support of the Guggenheim Museum.  For more information,
visit us at www.guggenheim.org/speakingdigital or call (212) 423-3587.




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


Datum: 23.03.99, 08:34:15
Von: Bck2SqOne {AT} aol.com ()
Betreff: The Labor Art & Mural Project

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


Date:  Thu, 25 Mar 1999
From: The Announcer <announcer {AT} simsim.rug.ac.be>
Subject:  Help B92 Campaign!

Dear Friends,

As you will all know, the airstrikes on Yugoslavia have begun.  One of the
outcomes of this war situation is the closure of Yugoslavia's most
important independent media entity, radio station B92.  Please help us to
ensure that our friends at B92 continue to be heard during this most
difficult time, by distributing this press realase as widely as you can.
 I
apologise to those who receive this message more than once.

International support is very much needed at this time, and will be greatly
appreciated by everyone involved in this crisis.

Best regards

Honor Harger
r a d i o q u a l i a



*** PLEASE REDISTRIBUTE AS WIDELY AS POSSIBLE ***

Pressrelease
Amsterdam - March 24th 1999

Help B92 and the independent media in Yugoslavia Latest news at
http://helpB92.xs4all.nl

Last night the transmitter of radio B92 from Belgrade was confiscated by
the Serbian authorities. The editor-in-chief, Veran Matic, was held in
custody in a police station for well over 8 hours. Despite this
intimidation the station continues its independent news service. At De
Balie in Amsterdam a support group has been founded tonight, which intends
to support B92 and other independent media in Yugoslavia where possible in
the continuation of their important news service.

With the support of internetprovider XS4ALL B92 also transmits its signals
via internet since december 1996. These digital broadcasts are picked up by
the BBC Worldservice and retransmitted via satellite. Through a network of
local radio stations the programs of B92 can be heard throughout Serbia,
despite repeated attempts by the authorities to silence the station. At
this moment it is still possible to follow the broadcasts of Radio B92 in
real audio on their website, at http://www.b92.net

In light of the current tense situation it is very likely that the
possibilities of B92 to continue its independent news service will be
limited even further. The support group therefore intends to take measures
to distribute news by and about B92 from Amsterdam. For that purpose a
special website has been opened at http://helpB92.xs4all.nl

B92 is the backbone of the independent news service in Yugoslavia. Without
immediate financial support this last source of independent news for the
inhabitants of this region is endangered. A fundraising campaign is being
started by the support group, in order to send money and equipment to B92
and other independent radio stations in Serbia and Kosovo as soon as
possible.

The founders of the support group are: B92, De Balie, De Digitale Stad,
Next 5 Minutes, Press Now, radioqualia (Australia), De Waag (MONM) en
XS4ALL.

The Postbank account for donations is 7676, made payable to Press Now in
Amsterdam, please specify "Help B92".

For more information or to send messages of support,
please e-mail:  helpB92 {AT} xs4all.nl

You can also digitally support this initiative by copying the special logo
onto your website and linking to Help B92.




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


Date: Thu, 25 Mar 1999
From: katarina {AT} opennet.org
Subject: BGDirect


last episode of BGDirect shot on Sunday!!
www.cr.opennet.org/BGDirect/

katarina





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Date:  Thu, 25 Mar 1999 23:15:00 +0100 (MET)
From: super deformed <caboose {AT} xchange.anarki.net>
Subject:  c l e a n  s u r f a c e


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Date:  Fri, 26 Mar 1999 08:42:57 +0930
From: ANAT - Honor Harger <honor {AT} anat.org.au>
Subject: me.diation: LIVE ON THE WEB!

The Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT) announces:


	**********************    me.diation    **********************

			**  a new media art forum  **
		http://www.anat.org.au/projects/mediation/

			STREAMING LIVE ON THE WEB

Iris Cinema, Media Resource Centre, 13 Morphett Street, Adelaide, Australia
				Friday 26 March
			 5:00 - 6:30pm Australian CST

Featuring:

* Sara Diamond *
Executive Producer and Artistic Director of Media and Visual Arts Centre
The Banff Centre for Arts, Canada.
Sara Diamond's visit to Australia is for me.dia te: the ANAT National
School for New Media Art Curation.


* Josephine Starrs & Leon Cmielewski *
An artists' presentation.
Coinciding with "Diagnostic Tools for the New Millennium', an installation
at the Experimental Art Foundation, and 'Techné', an exhibition and
screening program at the MRC's Iris Cinema, and the EAF Dark Horsey
Bookshop.

Presented in association with the Media Resource Centre and the
Experimental Art Foundation.

Real Audio feed sponsored by Virtual Artists: http://www.va.com.au

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
FROM THE DESK OF THE AUSTRALIAN NETWORK FOR ART AND TECHNOLOGY
anat {AT} anat.org.au
postal address: PO Box 8029 Hindley Street, Adelaide, SA 5000, Australia
web address: http://www.anat.org.au/
telephone:  +61 (0)8-8231-9037
fax:   +61 (0)8-8211-7323
Director: Amanda McDonald Crowley   (mobile: 0419 829 313)
Administration & Information Officer: Honor Harger
Web & Technical Officer:  Martin Thompson

Memberships: $A12 (unwaged), $A25 (waged), $A50 (organisations)

ANAT receives support from The Australia Council, the Federal
Government's arts funding and advisory body
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   ................................................................... 14


Date: Fri, 26 Mar 1999 12:49:54 +0100
From: Verena <verenam {AT} prixars.orf.aec.at>
Subject: Prix Ars Electronica 1999

We are looking for people doing cool stuff:

This year the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation organizes the world¥s most
reknown and highest prized competition for computer- and multimedia art
again:

Prix Ars Electronica 1999.

If you are interestind in showing your projects, ideas, concepts... you
can participate in one of the following cathegories:

    a.. Computer Animation (Visual Effects refers to companies, working in
the area of computer animation, visual effects, a.s.o)
    b.. Interactive Art
    c.. .net (e.g. Web sites, MUDs, MOOs, vrml-projects, online-games...)
    d.. Digital Musics (e.g. digital artistic sound creations,
electronica, performances, soundspace projects, net.music, radio works,
soundscapes, etc.) Price money: US$ 116,379 !!!!

We are looking forward your participation, and to reach more people with
this international competiton, please forward the message to all of the
people you think that might be interested in.

For further and more detailed information please contact:

verenam {AT} prixars.orf.at

or get information and entry form from http://prixars.orf.at.
We hope to hear for you soon !



Prix Ars Electronica Team

Verena Majer

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Prix Ars Electronica Team

.net
Verena Majer
verenam {AT} prixars.orf.at
Tel: ++43-(0)732-6900-24564
Fax: ++43-(0)732-6900-24510

Europaplatz 3
A-4010 Linz
Austria/Europe

e-mail: info {AT} prixars.orf.at
URL: http://prixars.orf.at


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