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   STR-fahrplan 08.2002                                                            
     Station Rose <>                                                  

   in/tangible cartographies: new arab video series begins Sept. 8th                                                                           

   media-space 02 - Spaces / Rooms / Media                                         
     Benjamin Fischer <>                                        

   Ars Electronica 2002 presents Pixelspaces                                       
     Ars Electronica Center <>                                        

   Pixxelpoint Newsletter                                                          
     Blaz Erzetic <>                                                

   (((NOMUSIC))) Tournament III - Playlist                                         
     "(((NOMUSIC)))" <>                                              

   Salloum video installation at YYZ, opening 9/11                                                                                             

   Dark Markets Conference 3.+ 4. 10. 2002                                         
     "Konrad Becker" <>                                               

   Call for Papers @ ACLA                                                          
     Jonathan Lillie <>                                       

   E.O. Sound #1 at Electronic Orphanage                                           
     "tim jaeger" <>                                             


Date: Thu, 29 Aug 2002 15:23:16 +0200
From: Station Rose <>
Subject: STR-fahrplan 08.2002

     dear Gunafa Netizen,

it is quite some weeks ago, that

STR sent out the last fahrplan.
the reason for that is easy.
we used the summer pause for a fahrplan break.
and more or less for a webcast break, too.
it was a pause for realtime netart in a way.
we wanted to feel -

- - the feeling of missing it.

  In our opinion as mediartists, realtime should not become a normal
everyday experience. for sure that would be too early in 2002. It should
still stay exclusively rare. the internet these days could be seen as an
abused place/thing/entity for a schreibstube or a dustbin for digital
garbage, as well as a place/thing/entity with lots of unused
possibilities. where netart, digital audio-visual art needs time to

 it needs breaks, offline moments - to be recreated. all the discussions
on netart versus so called normal art as maybe seen on the documenta 11s
of this world, are important. when the talk is about black cubes and video
art at the documentas, the museums, I want to put an emphasis on how long
it took for the artworld to realize/accept videoart, or photography
before. So I think, all our new, fluid, digital netart needs- is time. and
we as the artists who create it, need that, too. to enjoy that process,
without having to be involved too much in a programming process, in an
interpretation process, and so on.

while we wanted the realtime-pause, these summer weeks were no break for
<best of webcasting on TV>, on HR/late lounge. and the experience out of
it is: very interesting to produce/remix/rededit former webcasts for
fullscreen TV. a challenge to work in that <ultimate>, established
resolution. and I have to admit that it is nice to switch on TV, zap
around, and come to Station Rose art.

besides that we are intensely planning our "9.11. Netzwerke" congress,
happening on that date in frankfurt´s kuenstlerhaus mousonturm. more on
that soon.

                         end of elisa rose toast, 27.8., 21.53 CET.

and here is the new Fahrplan :

1.0  : next "Webcast 158" .THU/29.8.02, 10pmCET

STReaming a jam session once more to your harddrives.

topic:  special audio-visual session "Customer Support Dub".
content: a  MIDI interpretation of <CS>.
subcontent: why does a 3GB .mov file not save properly on DVD? did the
toast 5 hotline have an answer ?
feelings observed: a MIDI track of a problem looks/soundz more interesting.
advice 01: great in that little STReaming window. but if you blow it up
full screen, it looks even bigger.
advice 02: be there in time, its getting crowded.

2.0  : <best of webcasting on TV> on hr/late lounge
playing now: <best of webcasting 4>
                     03.09., 11.09.
coming up: <best of webcasting 5>
                    19.09.02, 27.09.02, 30.09.02, 08.10.02, 16.10.02

(for exact broadcasting times please look up newspapers/TV mags.)

info: parallel to STReaming, Station Rose has started with a series of
TV productions. The audio-visual art can be seen & heard on TV.
Details: out of 157 webcasts, which so far have taken place, a
special videoedition is re-edited for TV each month.
Selected segments from webcasts, which originally were STReamed as
1-hour audio-visual free form sessions, are resampled, relooped, morphed,
distorted & smoothed, recombined, stretched, cut etc.
Inverse publishing ->from realtime in the net to TV".
The avantgarde approach of free form STReaming becomes cut-up &
turns into pop with a mass audience in a mass medium.

hessen fernsehen (hessischer rundfunk, hr)
on astra 1C, transponder 40, 11,068 ghz. ARD-Digital

3.0  : announcement  < 9.11. Netzwerke>
A media conference in an intermedial and multimedia ambience: talks,
discussions, performances
a project by Kuenstlerhaus Mousonturm, curated by Station Rose.

9.11.2002  Frankfurt
infos at:

stay with us & don´t go away!

      "Cyberspace is Our Land!"

             station rose   08-2002


Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2002 03:07:14 EDT
Subject: in/tangible cartographies: new arab video series begins Sept. 8th

Fresh perspectives from the Arab world
New series of Arab videotapes 
Opens Sept 8 in Vancouver
Runs: Sept 8-9, 22-23, and Oct 13-14.

VANCOUVER - Starting on September 8, a new series at the Pacific Cinematheque 
brings together a startling array of voices that are not often heard: those 
of Arab artists. Curated by Vancouver-based artist Jayce Salloum, the series 
"in/tangible cartographies: new arab video" aims to shed new light on the 
experiences of people living in Palestine, North Africa and the Middle East.

For full program see:

Highlighted works include:
a. Award Winning Palestinian Filmmaker Elia Suleiman's, "Cyber Palestine", 
the tale of a modern day Mary and Joseph, two Palestinian returnees living in 
Gaza, and their confrontation with the Israeli occupation.
b. Belkacem Hadjadj's, "A Woman Taxi Driver in Sidi Bel-Abbes", about the 
only woman taxi driver in a traditional Algerian town divided by extremist 
political violence. The 52 minute video was voted Best Documentary Film at 
Qatar's Arab Screen Independent Film Festival.
c. Mounir Fatmi's, "Survival Signs", a fascinating contemporary video about 
the language's distingrating ability to communicate. It has been programmed 
at film and video festivals in Toronto, Amsterdam, Brussels, Tokyo, 
Casablanca and Locarno.

The series will be followed by the Oct 20 screening of Salloum's ongoing 
untitled project, with the artist in attendance. untitled was the work at he 
centre of last September's controversial Arab-Canadian art exhibit in 
Ottawa's Museum of Civilization, when the Museum sought to postone "The Lands 
Within Me," a large exhibition of works by Arab-Canadian artists, after the 
September 11 attacks.

in/tangible cartographies: new arab video
Sept 8-9, 22-23, Oct 13-14
More info:

untitled: Jayce Salloum 1999-2002
Sunday October 20 - 7:30 pm
More info:

Pacific Cinematheque
1131 Howe Street (between Helmcken and Davie), Vancouver
24 Hour Info Line: 604 688 FILM

Full program details:
About Jayce Salloum:$artistdetail?SALLOUMJ
About Jayce Salloum's untitled:


Date: Mon, 02 Sep 2002 14:05:16 +0200
From: Benjamin Fischer <>
Subject: media-space 02 - Spaces / Rooms / Media

media-space 02

Spaces / Rooms / Media
19 - 22  September 2002

Stuttgart, Germany

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The second edition of the media-space-event deals with the relation between
New Media and the stage and its transformation. At presentations, lectures,
and workshops international artists will talk about aesthetic strategies in
the field of theatre, electro-acoustic music, VJ-ing, and architecture. For
detailed information on the programme, supporters, cooperation partners, and
hosts please visit:

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Best regards,

Benjamin Fischer  |  |


Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2002 07:50:38 +0200
From: Ars Electronica Center <>
Subject: Ars Electronica 2002 presents Pixelspaces

Art as the Scene of Global Conflicts
Ars Electronica 2002 
September 7 - 12
Linz, Austria
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Pixelspaces at Ars Electronica 2002
a conference about spatial conceptions and strategies in the fields of architecture, virtual/augmented reality and gamedesign.
coordinated and programmed by the ars electronica futurelab

The aesthetics of 2-D flash animation have long since conquered the surfaces of our real world. Methods and strategies of contemporary architecture increasingly resemble those of computer games. We live in and with mixed realities, in the face of which experiential worlds, theme parks and D****lands visually amount to nothing more than antediluvian ghettos. Game designers, exhibition architects and representatives of augmented or mixed reality present insights into and outlooks for gaming domains.

Pixelspaces I
sun sept. 8th, 2002, 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
ars electronica center

6.00 pm 	Introduction Horst Hörtner/A
6.30 pm 	Robin Clark/UK
7.30 pm 	Ernest W. Adams/UK
8.00 pm 	Adrian David Cheok/Singapore
8.30 pm 	open discussion

Pixelspaces II
mon sept. 9th, 2002, 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
ars electronica center

6.00 pm	        Armin Mohsen Daneshgar/A
6.30 pm 	Bruce Thomas/AUS
7.30 pm  	Friedrich Borries/D
8.00 pm   	Masuyama/J
8.30 pm  	open discussion

moderation: Dietmar Offenhuber

Open Lab space
sat sept. 7th, 2002 - tue sept. 10th, 2002, 11.00 am - 6.00 pm 
ars electronica futurelab

Hirokzu Kato  - Magic Book
Adrian David Cheok - Real Time Captured Content for Mixed Reality 

In addition to the Pixelspaces symposion the Ars Electronica Futurelab opens it's doors again for an Open Lab exhibition. In the production area of the Laboratory it will present the latest developments on the ARS BOX and more. The Futurelab is proud to announce that Adrian Cheok  from Singapore and Hirokazu Kato from Hiroshima City University will join the Exhibition and that Prof. Kato will show a new version of the well known Augmented Reality project Magic Book employing natural feature tracking instead of using markers.

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short bios of the participants:

Ernest W. Adams/UK
Freelance game designer, writer, game design theorist; he runs the popular gamedesign website:

Friedrich von Borries/D
Architect, part of the group "rude architecture"; initiator of the "urban diaries" SMS-Project in Berlin; currently working on his PhD on the topic of the "active city".

Adrian David Cheok/Singapore
Principal Investigator at the Mixed Reality Lab at the National University of Singapore; experimenting with Virtual Environments and Augmented Reality as a new, hybrid narrative medium.

Robin Clark/UK
Architect and exhibition designer at Landdesignstudio, London; Landdesignstudio designed numerous large scale exhibition environments including the Playzone at the Milleniumdome.

Armin Mohsen Daneshgar/A
Vienna based Architect, whose modular, mobile designs involve many game-like concepts; lecturer at the Technical University of Vienna

Media theorist, writer, professor, and producer of games for the Nintendo 64. Recently he created a virtual tour of Tokyo as a videogame.

Bruce Thomas/AUS
Professor at the Wearable Computer Lab in at the University of South Australia; developed a wearable AR System bringing the popular computergame Quake into a real outdoor environment.

Hirokazu Kato/ J 
Associate Professor at Hiroshima City University, Hirokazu Kato is one of the inventors of Augmented Reality and the AR toolkit system. 

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Date: Mon, 02 Sep 2002 21:58:08 -0500
From: Blaz Erzetic <>
Subject: Pixxelpoint Newsletter

Pixxelpoint 2002 - International Computer Art Festival
 	-- Newsletter - Sep. 2 2002 --

Dear Pixxelpoint Newsletter subscribers

September 15th, the deadline for submission, is aproaching quickly. 
If you're about to send works, hurry up...

Selection of the artworks submited to Pixxelpoint 2002 will be done by
respected Slovene multimedia artist Jaka Zeleznikar.

Jaka Zeleznikar, Slovenia
>From 1997 on frequently participate on international festivals and
exhibitions of new media art with online art works. Venues of
festivals/exhibitions include: Museum of Modern Art (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
and Institute of Contemporary Arts - ICA (London, Great Britain).
More at

List of selected works will be available on our site at the beginning of

By then there will also be known names of the jury and practical info for
the ones who'd like to come to Nova Gorica and see the festival.

In case of any comments and questions please send us an email at .

Best regards,
Blaz Erzetic & Pixxelpoint staff

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Pixxelpoint 2002 - Mednarodni festival racunalniske umetnosti

 	-- Novice - 2. sep. 2002 --

Spostovani prejemniki Pixxelpointove okroznice

15. september, rok oddaje del, se bliza. Ce pripravljate dela, pohitite.
Selekcijo prispelih del bo opravil priznani multimedijski umetnik Jaka

Jaka Zeleznikar, Slovenija 
Od 1997 s spletnimi deli redno sodeluje na mednarodnih festivalih in
razstavah umetnosti novih medijev. Prizorisca vkljucujejo: Moderna galerija
(Ljubljana, Slovenija) in Institute of Contemporary Arts - ICA (London,
Velika Britanija). 
Vec na

Seznam izbranih del bo objavljen na nasih spletnih straneh v zacetku

Do takrat bo tudi znan sestav zirije ter prakticne informacije za tiste, ki
si zelite obiskati Novo Gorico in si ogledati festival.

V primeru, da imate kaksno vprasanje ali pripombo, vas vabimo, da nam le-to
posljete na nas elektronski postni predal

Lep pozdrav,
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Date: Wed, 4 Sep 2002 00:33:39 +0200
From: "(((NOMUSIC)))" <>
Subject: (((NOMUSIC))) Tournament III - Playlist

(  (  (  N  O  M  U  S  I  C  )  )  )  TOURNAMENT III

   start : 10th September 2002 (19h00 / 07:00pm)
    end : 11th September 2002 (19h00 / 07:00pm)
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- -< 24h Continuous Trans Audio (& Video) Distant Travel >-
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- -< Stream Live Audio Mp3 & Real Video >-

[ P L A Y L I S T ]

>Tuesday 10th September 2002 [GMT+01:00 Time Basis]
07:00pm : 2-5BZ
          Istanbul [TK]
08:00pm : Ping FM
          Weimar [GE]
09:00pm : Sciss
          Berlin [GE]
10:00pm : Bob Yelram/LIZ/Y.Degoyon
          Paris [FR]
11:00pm : Royalcubit
          Strasbourg [FR]
12:00pm : Fred Nipi
          Paris [FR]
01:00am : Cavage
          Paris [FR]
02:00am : Neoscenes
          Boulder, Colorado [USA]
03:00am : Radiotopia - Ars Electronica
          Linz [AT]
04:00am : Tim Jaeger
          Los Angeles [US]
05:00am : [ disneyNASAborg ]
          New York City [USA]
06:00am : AudioTrace
          Hérimoncourt [FR]
07:00am : Andronoisiv+NOISIV
          Auckland [NZ]+Berlin [GE]
08:00am : (((subst(r)ance)))
          Paris [FR]
09:00am : Zélie lips
          Mulhouse [FR]
10:00am : SPAZ>Kollectiv
          Berkeley [US]
11:00am : PALSECAM
          Krakow [PL]
12:00am : J.Frede
          Los Angeles [US]
01:00pm : Sun Plexus
          Mulhouse [FR]
02:00pm : laboiteblanche
          Strasbourg [FR]
03:00pm : Carl.Y
          Mulhouse [FR]
04:00pm : UNKUENTZ
          Berlin [GE]
05:00pm : Jo.MONTESSUIS
          Rotterdam [NL]
06:00pm : Horny Chicken Club
          Lyon [FR]
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Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2002 22:09:26 EDT
Subject: Salloum video installation at YYZ, opening 9/11

everything and nothing
(and other works from the ongoing video installation untitled, 1999-2002)

Jayce Salloum

YYZ Artists' Outlet
September 11 - October 26

Opening Wednesday September 11, 7:00 PM

An ongoing multi-channel video installation continuing Jayce Salloum's series 
of projects addressing social and political realities and representations. It 
focuses on borders, nationalisms, movements, and subjectivities, and the 
conditions of living between polarities of culture, geography, history, and 
ideology. This installation takes the approach of an active site, a living 
archive for the viewer to spend time in. Tapes presented were produced in 
and/or around Lebanon, Palestine, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Slovenia, Croatia, 
Yugoslavia, Macedonia, Austria, France, US, and Canada and points in-between. 
Both audio and visual are presented in a setting that encourages viewers to 
relax and engage with the material at will. 

YYZ Artists' Outlet
401 Richmond St. W., Suite 140
Toronto, ONT
M5V3A8   Canada  
ph: (416) 598-4546


Date: Wed, 4 Sep 2002 18:27:42 +0200
From: "Konrad Becker" <>
Subject: Dark Markets Conference 3.+ 4. 10. 2002

- -> Infopolitics, Electronic Media and Democracy in Times of Crisis

Dark Markets is a two day strategic conference that will look into the
state of the art of media politics, information technologies, and
theories of democracy. A variety of international speakers will inquire
into strategies of oppositional movements and discuss the role of new

Thursday 3 + Friday 4 October 2002

Conference by Public Netbase/t0 Vienna
Concept: Geert Lovink (NL), Florian Schneider (DE), Konrad Becker (AT)


Date: Wed, 4 Sep 2002 14:54:54 -0400 (EDT)
From: Jonathan Lillie <>
Subject: Call for Papers @ ACLA 

Call for Papers for special sesion at the American Comparative Literature
Association to be held at Cal State San Marcos in North San Diego County
April 4-6, 2003.

POSTING (please cross-post)

NMEDIAC (New Media and Culture), a journal out of U North Carolina
Chapel-Hill, is sponsoring a special session on new media/culture
at the April meetings of the American Comparative Literature
Association meetings in San Marcos. The session will include three
panels, a total of 9-12 scholars, writers and artists, that will meet
over a two day period on the topic of new media. The sessions are
intended to result in a journal issue dedicated to the topic.

The session panels on new media will explore questions of digital
poetics, genre, and the role of narrative models and metaphors
from non-digital media, such as those of literature, film and
performance on electronic writing and art. We hope to speculate on
what happens to once vital metaphors and genres as media change (how
the role of  sci-fi and cyber-punk in cultural discourse in the 1980s has
evolved in this era, for example). A special invitation is
extended to digital artists and writers to join in a round table
discussion about the peotics of hypertext and digital art. We also
invite papers that consider how digital media compares to
other era's marked by the invention of a new medium - the press,
photography, or film, for example.

Send paper and presentation proposals by Sept 24. Please send them
via email to Roderick Coover at

Conference website:

NMEDIAC ( has adopted the mission of publishing peer-reviewed
papers and audiovisual pieces which contextualize encoding/decoding environments and
the discourses, ideologies, and human experiences/uses of new media
apparatuses. In relation to previous work, NMEDIAC will provide an
intellectual canvas where the cultural spaces and experiences of new media
are theorized and rigorously explored within both global and local
contingencies of the present and past.

- -----
Jonathan James McCreadie Lillie
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Managing Editor
NMEDIAC, The Journal of New Media & Culture
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Park Doctoral Fellow
The School of Journalism & Mass Communication
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Date: Sat, 31 Aug 2002 23:06:08 -0400
From: "tim jaeger" <>
Subject: E.O. Sound #1 at Electronic Orphanage
- --------------
E.O. Sound #1
Electronic Orphanage
Saturday, Sept. 7
975 Chung King Rd.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 617-4903
6 - 8/9 PM (approx.)
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Curator/Animation: Tim Jaeger
Performers: Josh Russell, Civyiu Kkliu, Ilya Monosov
Set design/furniture: Francois Perrin

E.O. Sound #1
Event in a new series exploring artists working in-between computer/music, 
flash, neen, new software, theory, architecture, design, performance, etc.

First event premieres 3 artists working in a controlled setup w/records, 
screens, computers, designer tables, and 'others'. The idea is to transplant 
vinyl culture/aesthetics into new design formations, ways of presentation, 
etc. Combining haute-couture w/ DIY improv-ethics. Tricking/flaunting 
expectations of both the viewers, artists, and curator.

Web-site documenting/remixing soon to come. Performance pics, sounds, and 
visuals upcoming as well.
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Josh russell is a biochemist/sound artist from san diego.  His work
traverses the ground between conceptual electo-acoustic and pop.  Inspired 
by the soft incidental noises that one normally filters out he layers and 
treats these sounds juxtaposing them with modulated tones.

He is also the label owner of bremsstrahlung recordings which published it's 
second lowercase-sound compilation in august.  Upcoming releases this fall 
included two double 3" CD splits with francisco lopez/civyiu kkliu and radu 
malfatti/ilya monosov.


Civyiu Kkliu is an artist making sound works described as intricate, 
indifferent, forceful.

Presenting with many artists including the 23Five Organization's Infrasound, 
Dr. Dajuin Yao—pioneer in Chinese computer music and deconstruction/concrete 
poetry, Akira Rabelais, Josh Russell, Shuttle358, and Steve Roden—civyiu 
kkliu works to make spaces dense with sound and visual structures that give 
rise to acute aesthetic effects.

Works by the artist are available or forthcoming on: STAALPLAAT/bake records 
(Netherlands), Banned Productions (Los Angeles), Simballrec Records (Los 
Angeles), bremsstrahlung (San Diego); and recording “5 at 2” will be a 
component of a larger piece devised and commissioned by artist Ilya Monosov.


Ilya Monosov works with objects.  Remaining far away from the surreal, he 
brings out a physical music from the sensual relationships formed by 
"things" around him. Works include collaborations with Andrew Deutsch and 
Tony Conrad, an upcoming LP with some contributions from Deutsch and Pauline 
Oliveros, a box with poet Bob Cobbing, and many numerous collaborations with 
his friend Marc Schulz.


Artist recently transplanted to Los Angeles from the NYC metro-area. 
Previously worked w/ Kunstradio (Vienna) as a web artist and at THE THING 
( as a video/sound curator. He has organized streaming 
networked events in Austria and Syracuse, NY. His work has been show both 
online and off at venues such as THE THING, Galerie Hubert Winter (Vienna), 
Extended Radio Festival (Latvia), PRIX ITALIA (As part of a Kunstradio team) 
and Syracuse University, where he recently graduated w/ a degree in Media 


Architect, proprietor of Furniture in E.O. Sound # 1 
appeared in the 451 Books show at The Annex, Chinatown, L.A.


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