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Date: Fri, 18 Jun 1999 15:50:42 +0200 (MET DST)
From: The Weekender <Sandra.Fauconnier {AT} rug.ac.be>
To: The Weekender <weekender {AT} simsim.rug.ac.be>
Subject: The Weekender 092a


   . The Weekender ...................................................
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   . post announcements & notes -> mailto:announcer {AT} simsim.rug.ac.be .
   . please don't be late ! delivered each weekend . into your inbox .
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01 . Bureau of Public Secrets     . On War
02 . isea                         . New addresses / nouvelles coordonnes
03 . Jaka Zeleznikar              . invitation to smell the net art
04 . net.CALLBOY                  . etxtreme>EBAY
05 . geene                        . mP
06 . alsleben                     . Urbino-chat
07 . Blank & Jeron                . Shift Tage
08 . Gary Sullivan                . call for work - read.me
09 . KOGO                         . VOICES
10 . KOGO                         . EURO_TRASH  GARDEN/EURO_TRASH CAFE
11 . KOGO                         . JOHN MILLER
12 . Rasa Smite                   . !!!CALL FOR TXTS=>ACOUSTIC.SPACE 
                                    2ND ISSUE!!!!
13 . strike {AT} stalk.net             . ETC: Extra-Terrestrial Cinema



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

Date:  Fri, 11 Jun 1999 10:01:10 -0700
From: "Bureau of Public Secrets" <knabb {AT} slip.net>
Subject:  ann! ...  On War

"The abolition of capitalism will eliminate the conflicts of
interest that now serve as a pretext for the state. Most
present-day wars are ultimately based on economic conflicts;
even ostensibly ethnic, religious or ideological antagonisms
usually derive much of their real motivation from economic
competition, or from psychological frustrations that are
ultimately linked to political and economic repression. As
long as desperate competition prevails, people can easily be
manipulated into reverting to their traditional groupings
and squabbling over cultural differences they wouldn't
bother about under more comfortable circumstances. War
involves far more work, hardship and risk than any form of
constructive activity; people with real opportunities for
fulfillment will have more interesting things to do."  (from
chapter 4 of "The Joy of Revolution") --
http://www.slip.net/~knabb/PS/joyrev4.htm

See also:

"Two Local Wars" (Situationist International article on the
Vietnam and Arab-Israel wars) --
http://www.slip.net/~knabb/SI/11.wars.htm

"The War and the Spectacle" (on the Gulf war and the
media) -- http://www.slip.net/~knabb/PS/gulfwar.htm

* * *

The Bureau of Public Secrets website, which has received
nearly 50,000 page visits during its first nine months,
features selections from Ken Knabb's SITUATIONIST
INTERNATIONAL ANTHOLOGY (translations from the notorious
group that helped trigger the May 1968 revolt) and from
PUBLIC SECRETS, the recent collection of Knabb's own
writings, including "The Joy of Revolution," "Confessions of
a Mild-Mannered Enemy of the State," and an assortment of
comics, leaflets and articles on Wilhelm Reich, Kenneth
Rexroth, Gary Snyder, the sixties counterculture, radical
women, Chinese anarchists, socially engaged Buddhists, urban
"psychogeography," the Watts riot, the Arab-Israel war, the
Iranian uprising, the Gulf war, and the recent jobless
revolt in France. New texts are being added every few days.

* * *

BUREAU OF PUBLIC SECRETS
P.O. Box 1044, Berkeley CA 94701, USA
knabb {AT} slip.net
http://www.slip.net/~knabb





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

Date:  Fri, 11 Jun 1999 15:38:29 -0700
From: isea <isea {AT} isea.qc.ca>
Subject:  ann! ...  New addresses / nouvelles coordonnes

PLEASE NOTE OUR NEW ADDRESSES / VEUILLEZ NOTER NOS NOUVELLES COORDONNEES :
*******************************************

ISEA - Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts
ISEA - L'Inter-Societe des arts electroniques
Complexe Ex-Centris
3530 boulevard Saint-Laurent, suite 305
Montreal, Quebec, CANADA, H2X 2V1
T. 514-847-8912  F. 514-847-8834
isea {AT} isea.qc.ca  http://www.isea.qc.ca





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

Date:  Sat, 12 Jun 1999 17:45:40 +0200
From: Jaka Zeleznikar <jaka.zeleznikar {AT} kiss.uni-lj.si>
Subject:  ann! ...  invitation to smell the net art


you are invited to net art page:

the smell of the net art
http://www.kiss.uni-lj.si/~k4ff0047/smell/




please follow the instructions and take
them very seriously ;=)



best regards to all
Jaka





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

Date:  Sat, 12 Jun 1999 19:47:31 +0200
From: "net.CALLBOY" <hans_business {AT} hotmail.com>
Subject:  ann! ...  etxtreme>EBAY

dears

this is hot!... 
i post this cause it is cooler
than nato[s]ex-war, hotter than
the newest art-server and way more
relevant than the f****** 
[self-censored ..so y/dont have to..]
stupid biennale exhibit in venezia...

this is really relevant for you!

###etxtreme>

NEWZ_UPDATE: while posting this msg
to different lists.. ebay plays games
... the site is back to normal!!!, 
the letter [quoted underneath] is gone..
but the announcments are there!!! thats
exactly the PR moves to be watched..
and now.. 3 hours later [1945h CET/12/6/99] 
the site is not working at all..
therefore.. readon! original message..
..

ebay.com, most popular auction house
down for several days...
a critical server failure [not specified]
brings http://www.ebay.com   down for
2-5 days!

check the hourly announcments, its worth it..:
http://www2.ebay.com/aw/announce.shtml

comment:
it will be highly interesting to watch
how the PR is done and if it works in .net
media and on ebay.com, how the users/public
reacts and what kind of problems could be
hidden behind this large and highly complex
system...

excerpt:
>from an important letter from
meg & pierre/ebay.com [not specified, 
pr-/marketing-dept. i guess.. , note 
the personal touch!]:

>To our valued community members:
>We are sorry. We know that you expect uninterrupted 
>service from eBay, and we know we havent lived 
>up to your expectations....
>We know that extending your auctions and refunding 
>your money will never be enough. We truly believe, 
>as you do, that eBay is only as successful as you are.

http://pages.ebay.com/outage-letter.html 
[not working anymore]

boaaahhh .. this is nice!
stayon!finetune y/sensors for corporate digital
realtime marketing-politics and technology...

cu!
an etxtreme friend!

  hans_extrem      luzius bern.HARD	
  former etoy.AGENT [.deactivated]	
         .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 
         hans_extrem {AT} hotmail.com
         +43 676 528 54 94			
         AOL Messenger HANSextrem    
         I C Q    38302022
         .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 
         extremeCAM   !!!LIVE!!!
         http://212.186.130.182
         .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 
         www.etoy.com www.hijack.org
         .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 
         coming soon: etxtreme.xx
         the brand for the new e-nfo generation
         .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 
          __if_you__don't__get_help____from___me,__
         |    |       |  please get help somewhere !





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

From: geene <b_books {AT} geene.in-berlin.de>

montagsPRAXIS
mo 14.6.99  20uhr30

liza johnson, videofilmerin aus new york zeigt material aus
'suitcase trade', den film, an dem sie zur zeit arbeitet

Monday night I would love to have a working discussion about my new
project, Suitcase Trade, which I have just finished shooting, and I could
bring a lot of rough material from that.  I could also bring some other
videos on vhs, such as Good Sister/Bad Sister (30 min) or my short
narrative film Giftwrap (10 min).  I"m happy to do this, though I have the
impression that many of the people who are often at Montags Praxis already
have seen these films.

 For content-related as well as formal reasons, discussing Suitcase Trade
at Montags Praxis would be a great chance for me to have some critique
before I go home to edit, where it will not be so easy for me to find a
critical context that has some knowledge of these Berlin-specific issues.
It is basically a narrative project, but it has to do with:  suburban
development outside of Berlin, German jealousy of foreign presence in a
global but difficult economy, Ostalgie, DEFA films of the 70's, and the
role of the

American Friend, (who in this case is an alcoholic civil engineer.)

b_books lbbenerstr.14 10997 berlin tel 30+6117844 fax 6185810
http://www.txt.de/b_books





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

Date: Sat, 12 Jun 1999 17:58:53 -0200
From: alsleben <sa5a033 {AT} uni-hamburg.de>

#urbino-chat

in the net or coming to Urbino, Italy


__!please look at http://asi-www.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/urbino-chat

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _


AT: 2.30 p.m. / 14.30  (MEZ)


ON: tuesday, 15.06. 1999.


IN: http://irc.uni-erlangen.de/applet10/

__!please look at:
http://asi-www.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/urbino-chat

OR IN the Sala delle Veglie in Palazzo Ducale in U R B I N O with
handy and laptop, railwaystation Pesaro, airport Bologna or
Ancona/Falconara.


During urbino-chat we invite you to a conversational game, which Gaspar
Pallavicino in those days (Baldassar Castiglione Il Cortegiano 1520)
proposed:

I ask for our evening-game, that everyone of us may state reasons
about the virtues which are the favourite to decorate our much beloved
person, and because everyone also has faults, to talk about the faults,
too, which are the less displease."

According to our (warm up)gamerule the chatters should find rhymes and
usully change them per two lines.

Il chat di Urbino intende simboleggiare in questa citt la origine
dell' arte della conversazine attuale.


Zum Chatten einladende Kuenstler aus Deutschland und Italien

Kurd Alsleben, Antje Eske, Matthias Mayer, Angela Mrositzki





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

From: Blank & Jeron <sero {AT} sero.org>

Hallo liebe Freunde und Freundinnen der Netzkunst,
Date: Thu, 10 Jun 99 18:28:36 +0200

am Freitag, den 13.06.1999 20 Uhr zeigen wir bei shift e.V die Arbeiten
"Dump Your Trash" und "re-m {AT} il" in ihrer aktuellen Version.
Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch.

re-m {AT} il hilft Ihnen Ihr Kommunikationsmanagement zu verbessern:

Emails die Sie nicht beantworten wollen oder knnen, forwarden Sie
an die E-mail Adresse re-mail {AT} writeme.com.  Ihre Email wird automatisch
auf der Website http://sero.org/re-mail/ verffentlicht.

Besucher aus dem Internet und bei shift e.V werden Ihre Email beantworten.
Die Antwort wird - ohne, da Sie weiter belstigt werden -
an den ursprnglichen Absender zurckgeschickt.


Blank & Jeron

http://sero.org/dyt
http://sero.org/re-mail

shift e.V
Friedrichstrasse 122/123
 D-10117 Berlin-Mitte
 Phone & Fax: +49-30-285 98 631
 shift {AT} csi.com
 ffnungszeiten/open from: Mi-Fr/Wed-Fri, 15:oo-19:oo





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

From: Gary Sullivan <gps12 {AT} columbia.edu>

r e a d . m e

What: read.me is a new journal of mostly interviews, some essays, reviews
&
appreciations
Where: online, via http://www.columbia.edu/cu/history/detour/readme;
elsewhere (stores, at readings in NYC, etc.) in hardcopy
When: Fall 1999, to continue quarterly thereafter
Why: We like interviews & there's not a lot out there, especially of
younger
poets/artists
Who: You, you & all of you

We are especially looking for INTERVIEWS with younger poets, writers &
artists.
The first issue will include an appreciation of the life/writing of the
late
Daniel Davidson, an interview with Alan Sondheim, a piece on John Wieners
by
Jack Kimball & more ...
Please send proposals, completed interviews, essays, reviews,
appreciations,
&/or books for review to:

readme.txt
558 11th Street, #1B
Brooklyn, NY  11215
email: gps12 {AT} columbia.edu





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

Date: Sun, 13 Jun 1999 21:58:03 +0900
From: ga2750 {AT} i.bekkoame.ne.jp (KOGO)
Subject: VOICES

VOICES
http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/i/ga2750/voices/

TO ALL MUSEUM CURATORS / PUT VOICES AS YOUR WASTEBASKET
 VOICES IS A PROJECT FOR USED INFORMATION.
 WE MOVE & RE/MOVE WITH WASTE ARTICLES AS A LOW CLASS ART
 FOR MUSEUMS

 The museum is like a wastebasket for some culture. But this artworks is a
w
astebasket for museums. this is an art works of low class but not for any
hi
erarchy of culture. Idea of counterculture is not our problem.
 Rather we think works should be "about culture". So we'll work for the
proj
ect as a practical critic.
 We put  speakers attached fan for each "VOICES". These enclose a space as
t
he  wastebasket  in your
 museums.   So trashes are blowed and revolved by fan with voices,
informati
on, or performances.

 "VOICES" will be corrected through art mailing lists, artists projects or
i
nterviews from the internet
 everyday. And if "VOICES" participate in your museum, we'll play your
visit
or's voice from the web, on the phone line and at the museum.  Any
comments
regarding our service will be welcomed.

 So this will be includes critics for this project and the museum
themselves
.  Now our new job is a
 segregated disposal like curators. but not for useful education or
recyclin
g history. We segregate just by
 movable or immovable.

 Test exhibition at candy factory in late JULY 99      Dedicated to All
Fake
Americans at NY

 Modern capitalism brought idea of nation state. It's includes nationalism
f
rom the first. And any
 modern literature must thought with idea of "nation state/ national
languag
e" So the nationalism always
 are invented by capitalism. They make always fabricated history. Sometime
p
hilosophy or minor literature that Delueze called worked as alternative
lite
rature after the modern capitalism.
 But now seems any catchwords from philosophy are useless not only for the
a
rt critic.
 These terms always originated the problem of language. So terms can be
effe
ctive only for old media.
 E.Said notes ironically, one of most famous Marxist T.Eagleton is only
read
by small tribe for the
 literature.
 And Paul Vililio confessed, we, philosopher thought with the literature.
So
he tried to work with video art, if that was beside the point.

 Late 40's, Situation comedy got popular with Radio and TV, After
Roosevelt
and his New deal policy, US
 government employed artists with many projects through FSA. So before Red
p
urge age, many artists were landing some job. And as you know its project
po
licy was like some communism project, sometime it  made artists to be
civil
servants or part time worker. Like now,  making art is system of museums
as
part of urban design.

 In those days," Broadcasting" helped changing people's ideas for family
or
product into be suitable
 consumers of media age. And sometime art was used for this unconscious
name
less religion too. Like first
 MOMA's big photo show "family of a man"  that is curate by Edward
Steichen.
Or FSA photo project can
 show poor but hard working people or families at small town in US. And
also
for painters, working for some government order made their work to be
public
function.

 After these thing , everybody knew American abstract expressionism
slipped
away from auto-description. If their works can be explained by some idea
abo
ut sublime like  Emerson, using  Zen or another oriental ideas, But
importan
t thing is they are formalistically against new idea of use as media,
signbo
ard or public services as art, or new idolatry as photos. against  idea of
"
Broadcasting" with their useless, negative act for any culture by positive
p
ractice. And also American avanguardes was getting new scene too.

 We can look a section from european avanguardes on them as after the
radio
age art. It seems me J.Cage
 04: 33 is made to be suitable for EP as  his "non intentionally music"
jus
t non intentionally

 In this meaning, they're already includes idea of pop art. But not easy
the
ory of counterculture like
 moma's 80's show" High and Low " Claiming to hierarchy of culture seems
jus
t restore into 30's idea of
 surrealism/natzism. They used substance as a form. Rosalind Klauss notes
ab
out Peter Eisenman in 1980.
 >For Eisenman, formalism meant replacement of semantics (or content) with
s
yntax.

 But now, many DJ make pop music or alternative music that people called
opt
imistically with
 replacement of semantics (records) with syntax (instruments) It's just
one
of skill like Robert Wilson's show.
 And the skills developed with irony like neo classic paintings with using
s
tereotyped images intentionally.
 "postmodern" remind to people Euro or Tokyo disneyland. We can see many
exa
mples for materialized
 this kind of replacement on the museums MOCA by Arata Isozaki ,
Guggenheim
by Frank Gahly, Cities on the  move....
 Also World music that people called almost is originated radio network of
a
merican force. That's just
 interested as some misreading for jazz by each domestic culture. We just
fi
nd many fake americans as our  new fun for late capitalism .
 After Radio days, World  always means some media with American force same
a
s now CNN or WWW.

 Late 50's Galleries grown up with their prints at NY, this old media's
qual
ity got a highly developed
 industry with work's price through 60's. Warhal was against this quality
to
be irony, but now his works looks one of good results of American abstract
e
xpressionism That's really like the monetary system from the first.
 So with these development, we can find artworks made to be suitable into
id
ea of home like Motion
 sounds.
 Dubious galleries were still fighting US more than now cultural
activities.
They just broke to replace negative act for " Broadcasting" into the old
med
ia for upstart as monopolistic enterprise. The monopolization is still
again
st healthy capitalism " Broadcasting"

 But now cultural activities work for community, They use conceptual art
as
euro intellectuals campaign
 for enlightenment/ as new entertainment. Donald Judd left from NY with
his
delusions of grandeur. He made a paradoxical theme park at borderline of
Ame
rica. We can appreciate its uselessness but not use for the community. And
t
hen Donald Duck went back NY from Hollywood with his many worldwide fakes.

 Art is not culture but in the western culture.

 This idea is from an old 50's culture from american formalists at NY who
fo
ught with "Broadcasting" and
 took side with european alternative literature. Maybe for some of them,
 Art is not Broadcasting in European culture. just as a boring highbrow
livi
ng NY.
 It was not a paradox and probably and unfortunately they were making
stereo
typed spiritual images
 against idea of Shyklovsky.
 They needed to leave auto-discription into self-discription for media
thems
elves. And self-discription
 always lose the game logically.
 But making some concrete paradox was the only way for the practice that
try
to get out culture. Now the
 culture is living dead as the history take place some museum called
contemp
orary art
 ...........Art was not culture in the American culture.

 Marina Abramovic who is famous Yugoslavian alternative strip dancer once
se
id to a member of us. You
 should learn English, if you want to be an artist ....That was her
kindness
, but an irony for idea of Art.

 TO ALL MUSEUM CURATORS
 We're trying just make a useless note for a crowd like some broken tape
rec
order. We don't want make
 anything for your culture to useful education or  recycling history . We
wo
n't make any music or any party for your tribe. But if you want , you can
da
nce in the space as a trash of your culture . If you don't want useless
para
dox , don't replace semantics with syntax anymore, just make a refugee
camp
for your place with your budget. It will be beautiful more than now.


 Test exhibition at candy factory in JULY 99


 NOW PARTICIPATED PROJECT  FOR VOICES FROM

RHIZOME LIST
http://www.rhizome.org
texts read by computer voice

COLLIDER/ G.H. Hovagimyan
http://www.thing.net/~gh/artdirect
http://bbs.thing.net
you have to sign in (it's free and you can do it as a guest)  then go to
the
video archives.
# 1 - Wolfgang Staehle,# 2 - Stephan Pascher, # 3 - Manuel Schilcher +
Manfred Wuits , # 4 - Paul Garrin , # 5 -  Miltos Manetas, # 6 -  Marisa
Bowe, # 7 - Peter Sinclair, # 8 - Exercises in Talking (gh + Sinclair),
# 9 -  Cary Peppermint, #10 -  The Lost Archive ( Rainer Ganahl), #11 -
Peter Fend, #12 - Ricardo Dominguez, #13 - Blackhawk, #14 - Rainer
Ganahl, #15 - Robbin Murphy, #16 - The Cocktail Party,

Mouchette
http://mouchette.org

Candy Factory
http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/i/ga2750/
SIT.COM/HARASSMENT PHONE /
Takuji Kogo

Project?
Takuji Kogo/ Valery Grancher/G.H.Hovagimyan/ Mouchette/ Rainer Ganahl

Mori Akira "WATASHI"project

Gaku Tsutaya "Family meeting"

Philip Horst "tourist research"
 http://www.uni-weimar.de/tourist-research/dreammaps

Kazunari Horiguchi "Euro trash club at Venice Biennial"

Carmin Karasic "The Lost Ones"

Installation
Takuji Kogo X Kazunari Horiguchi


JOIN WITH YOUR WORK OR INFORMATION
ga2750 {AT} i.bekkoame.ne.jp


http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/i/ga2750/voices/

Takuji KOGO

candy factory
http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/i/ga2750/
http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/i/ga2750/Sit.COM/





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

Date: Sun, 13 Jun 1999 21:59:04 +0900
From: ga2750 {AT} i.bekkoame.ne.jp (KOGO)
Subject: EURO_TRASH  GARDEN/EURO_TRASH CAFE

Battle of Tang's 3 color glazed project
UPDATE
Now we're sitting you at
http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/i/ga2750/EURO/index.html
----------------------------------------------------
EURO_TRASH  GARDEN
Akira Mori/hidenobu Mori/Isamu Muto/Shinako Sato
Takuji Kogo/Kazunari Horiguchi
Gallery 21
093 671 1131
Hotel Chigusa 5F
1-1-1 Nishihonmachi Yahatahigashi ku Kitakyushu JP
19th May to 20th Jun 1999
----------------------------------------------------

EURO_TRASH CAFE
Takuji Kogo/Kazunari Horiguchi
Gallery Soap
093 551 5522
1-8-23 Kajimachi Kokurakita  Kitakyushu JP
1th to 30th Jun 1999

----------------------------------------------------




Takuji KOGO

candy factory
http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/i/ga2750/
http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/i/ga2750/Sit.COM/





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

Date: Sun, 13 Jun 1999 22:00:25 +0900
From: ga2750 {AT} i.bekkoame.ne.jp (KOGO)
Subject: JOHN MILLER

JOHN MILLER at Candy Factory
*ALIVE WITH PLEASURE
Playing the Game  text
Interview with John MIller
http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/i/ga2750/

 Now ongoing --------------

JOHN MILLER
Retrospective
at Le MAGASIN Grenoble France
6 June - 5 September 1999
---------------------------------------

JOHN MILLER
Galerie Barbara Weiss , Berlin
2 July

---------------------------------------
CHECK!
You can see realized paintings about TV game show
 played at Cany factory last year.
And his next work will be our web site soon!!

Takuji KOGO

candy factory
http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/i/ga2750/
http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/i/ga2750/Sit.COM/





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

Date: Sun, 13 Jun 1999 22:32:01 +0300
From: Rasa Smite <rasa {AT} parks.lv>
Subject: !!!CALL FOR TXTS=>ACOUSTIC.SPACE 2ND ISSUE!!!!

Hello,

We are happy to announce that we are starting to prepare next
ACOUSTIC.SPACE - printed issue for net audio+net.radio & new media
culture.
We plan to produce it together with audio CD.
The issue will be published  (till september) in 1000-1200 copies in
english+latvian languages.

This is first call for CONTRIBUTION:
Please send your texts, images, net.radio links + any other net-radio-info
you would like to publish in next Acoustic to -> <e-lab {AT} parks.lv> or
<rasa {AT} parks.lv>

DEADLINE: end of June (the latest - July 15!)

contents of ACOUSTIC.SPACE:

# review of recent net.radio events 98/99
(berlin net.radio day's 98, art servers unlimited, xchange+kunstradio  {AT} 
ars
electronica'98 festival, xchange unlimited in riga, next 5 minutes, etc )

# info about new and ongoing net audio projects (freeb92, live schedulers,
orang network, frequency clock, etc) and upcoming festivals (?)

# texts - net.radio&radio theory, radio history, interviews, radio
manifestos

# networks baltic sea region ( / media culture policy in europe (ECB?) /
and other projects (interfund,  )

# pictures, images, poetry

texts you are welcome to send also to Xchange mailinglist
<xchange {AT} re-lab.net>

CD:

The idea is to publish different - might be already edited - audio CDs (or
CD-rom)
each of them in 100 copies (more/less) and to place each of those 100
copies in 100 Acoustic.Space's
So each of 100 AcousticSpace copies would have an other- totally different
CD

(for example - 100 copies will be with Alexei  Shulgin's "386DX" CD's,
other 100 copies with Sloka Sound System and Riga Djs, an other 100 could
be with Zina's K. - an other 100 with RadioQualias compilation - an other
100 - with Borut's midi-MIX, - etc.)

if you have/had idea to make your CD (sound/audio/radio art, net.radio
compilation, mp3 or ra) and you want to have it distribute together with
Acoustic Space - please contact us!

looking forward to your contributions,

rasa and RE-LAB/Riga team

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RE-LAB NETWORK  http://re-lab.net
RIGA NET.RADIO OZONE: http://ozone.re-lab.net
E-mail: e-lab {AT} re-lab.net
E-LAB -> Address: 11. Novembra Krastmala 35 - 94, Riga, LV 1050, Latvia.
Tel. 371-7210297
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From: strike {AT} stalk.net
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 1999 18:04:04 -0200
Subject: ETC: Extra-Terrestrial Cinema

june 19th 8pm at strike...part of <space1999: ten days that shook the
universe>
My Eyes...My Eyes in collaboration with the association of autonomous
astronauts...present

ETC: Extra-Terrestrial Cinema

New film and video from US and Europe, including:
Tim Flitcroft; Deane Thomas; Lisa DiLillo; Charles Pinion,; and more,
featuring the premiere of 'victims of geography' documentary from
Pictorial
Heroes..

Music and Performance
'ticklish'  live electronica from Phil Durrant & Richard Sanderson with
video mixing from Rob Flint.  Also, djs D.o.A. and LeeLee...
Inventory and British School of Telepathy performance.
AAA performances and more:
Lola Chanel (AAA Vienna) "Women in Space"
Nomad AAA  "This is my confession"
Disconaut AAA "Means of Flight - an alphabet for autonomous astronauts"
Laura Liverani "Mondo Astronauta : portraits of the AAA"
Carey Young photography from Soviet Space Program

strike, 11-29 fashion street, london E1...
tubes aldgate east and liverpool street contact 0181 858 5983
<http://www.deepdisc.com/space1999/> http://www.deepdisc.com/space1999/ or
<http://www.myeyes.dircon.co.uk> http://www.myeyes.dircon.co.uk