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02 . Thundergulch                 . Thundergulch @the wall events`
03 .              . TONIGHT*****Michelle HANDELMAN
                                    at D.U.M.B.O. Art Fest

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 CTHEORY          THEORY, TECHNOLOGY AND CULTURE              98/10/14

 SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT            Editors: Arthur and Marilouise Kroker

 DIGITAL DIRT                   

 What's the smell of blood on the digital tracks? What's the sound of
 static deep in the wires? What's the color of electronic discharges
 as they bond flesh to the machine? What's the speed of the body when
 it has been force-fed by high tech? What's the rate of burn of the
 digital nerve as it blasts off from the gravity field of the human

 DIGITAL DIRT is first in a series of multimedia events curated by
 Arthur & Marilouise Kroker, editors of the electronic journal

 DIGITAL DIRT brings together electronic artists, new media designers,
 hyperdance performers, digital musicians, video makers, robotic
 visionaries and fleshmatic theorists from the USA, Canada, Sweden,
 Finland, Japan and the U.K.

 DIGITAL DIRT is the electronic music of Scanner, Steve Gibson and
 David Kristian, and the videos of Lynn Hershman Leeson, Hannu
 Puttonen, Sasha Costanza-Chock, Brad Andalman and Lewis Cohen.

 DIGITAL DIRT is the TRIAD Hyperdance of Marikki Hakola, and the
 digital art of Bjorn Wangen.

 DIGITAL DIRT is Mez's Fleshistics, Jason Lewis' Dynamic Poetry
 and Eugene Thacker's Bioinformatics.

 DIGITAL DIRT will melt the wires, sand the chips, rethink digital.
 Play dirt!

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Date: Thu, 15 Oct 1998 15:18:45 -0400
From: Thundergulch <>
Subject: Thundergulch @the wall events


Contact: Kathy Brew, Director
(212) 634-9660


THUNDERGULCH, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's initiative devoted to arts
and technology, returns WITH BI-WEEKLY LUNCHTIME series Tuesdays @ 12:30
November 3 - December 15, 1998
@ The New York Information Technology Center, 55 Broad Street, NYC

1) Nov  3:	School of Visual Arts 6th Annual New York Digital Salon
2) Nov 17:	Web Lab
3) Dec  1:	a. Day Without Art/ Visual AIDS and Creative Time
	   	b. Parsons/Pratt -- The Internet as Art Medium
4) Dec 15:	Independent Curator Timothy Druckrey presents . . .


The New York Exposition of Short Film and Video and New Media
THUNDERGULCH  presents an Interactive New Media Exhibition and Panel
Thursday, December 3 @ 6 - 7:30pm: Panel - Directions in New Media
The Tishman Auditorium, The New School for Social Research, 66 West 12th St
December 3 -  5: New Media exhibition on view during festival screening hours

November 3
School of Visual Arts 6th Annual New York Digital Salon
Sneak preview of this international computer art exhibition on view at the
Visual Arts Museum, 209 East 23rd Street,  and on the web from November 9
to 28, 1998.  Prominent computer artists from around the world will display
interactive art, animations, CD-ROM and digital fine art.

November 17
Web Lab
Visionary online projects provided with financial support and visibility
from the Web Development Fund, a project of Web Lab in association with PBS
Online. Founded in 1997,  Web Lab is the Silicon Alley innovation conceived
by Marc Weiss, creator and former executive producer of  P.O.V., the PBS
documentary series. <>

December 1
Day Without Art/ Visual AIDS and Creative Time
Barbara Hunt, Director of Visual AIDS and Carol Stakenas, Assistant
Director of Creative Time, give a brief web tour in honor of the 10th
anniversary of Day Without Art and its more recent on-line presence.

Parsons/Pratt  The Internet  as Art Medium
MFA students from Digital Design of Parsons join force with their
counterparts from Computer Graphics and Interactive Media of Pratt to
challenge the notion of art-making on the Internet. A presentation and
discussion of the students' work from the experimental new course: The
Internet  as Art Medium, co-hosted by Parsons and Pratt, initiated and
instructed by Brinkmann-Zhang Ga.

December 15
Independent Curator Timothy Druckrey presents . . .
Timothy Druckrey -- an independent curator, critic and writer who is
concerned with issues of cultural history, representation, and technology
-- presents a range of work from his travels to recent European electronic
art festivals such as Ars Electronica (Austria), DEAF98 (Netherlands),
World Wide Video Festival (Amsterdam), Steirischer Herbst (Graz), SEAFair
(Skopje) and others.  Druckrey edited the recently published Electronic
Culture: Technology and Visual Representation and is editor of a new series
of books to be published by MIT Press -- Electronic Culture: History,
Theory and Practice.


December 3 -  5
The 32nd New York Exposition of Short Film and Video and New Media
Thundergulch was invited to coordinate DIRECTIONS IN NEW MEDIA Panel and
exhibition: CD-ROMs, web sites, Interactive movies.

WHEN:	Thursday, December 3,  6 - 7:30pm
WHERE: The Tishman Auditorium
 	The New School, 66 West 12th Street

WHAT:	NEW MEDIA EXHIBITION -Among the works included are three CD-ROM
submissions from the 	call for entries:Chameleons 2: Theatre in a Movie
Screen by Steve Dixon; Residue by 	Elizabeth Sisco and Mundernity by Seth
Thompson. Other new media work TBA.
WHEN:	Dec 3 - 5 Exhibition on view during festival screening hours,
WHERE: Room location TBA
	The New School, 66 West 12th Street

[THE FESTIVAL: The 32nd New York Exposition of Short Film and Video and New
Media will take place December 2 - 5, 1998 at The Tishman Auditorium, The
New School, 66 West 12th Street. For further info: (212)505 -7742.]


THUNDERGULCH announces......

October 30 - December 6, 1998:
Artslink Resident Krassimir Terziev
Visiting from Sofia, Bulgaria


Thundergulch is a program of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Funding
is provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State
Council on the Arts, The Chase Manhattan Bank, J.P. Morgan Charitable
Trust, The Cowles Charitable Trust, The Alliance for Downtown New York, and
AT&T. Lunchtime@the Wall is made possible through the generous support of
the NYITC. Special thanks to Jason Largever, Owen Mitchell, and Bashkim
Qosja.  Thundergulch is grateful for support from Materials for the Arts,
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs/New York City Department of
Sanitation, John Long and Zhang Ga.

55 Broad Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10004
tel (212) 634-9660
fax (212) 634-9664

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Date: Fri, 16 Oct 1998 15:16:52 EDT
Subject: TONIGHT*****Michelle HANDELMAN at D.U.M.B.O. Art Fest


Michelle Handelman in performance at D.U.M.B.O.Art Under the Bridge Festival

Opening night:    "Parade of Concepts"          9pm        FRI October 16
(corner of Water and Main Streets, Brooklyn)

giant super heroines


Open Studios:    "Repairing AMERICA"          2pm         SAT October 17
(corner of Front and Adams streets, Brooklyn)

Handelman Associates and Betsy Ross send up with massive needle assaulting one
very famous blue dress


Open Studio:    Visit Michelle Handelman in her studio from 12-6pm at:
20-40 Jay St.   8th fl.       Suite 8a       718.246.8384


Hi Friends, Hopefully you already got my invitations.
I've been so busy I haven't had a chance to call anyone...a quick NYC stop on
the October art tour.  Next week I'll be showing in:
The Fragmented Body:Violence or Identity
Kellogg University Art Gallery
3801 W. Temple Ave.
Pomona, Ca 91788       tel. 909.869.4302

If you're on the other coast you can see my work at the show's website:

Ciao Bellas...hope to see you over the weekend....Michelle

(digital world manager
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 young tourist bus driver
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