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Mixed media and postmodern, the authors of this exhibition/performance
operate at the junction between awareness of art history and a willingness
to approach a modern world. This is embodied by the use of contemporary
technology. Image, object, body and communication. Integrating photography
and video by touch up and mixing ...

I/O/D is a interactive magazine available free over the internet.
Featuring art, sound, text and images from an international array of
contributors. It has gained a strong following amongst interactive
designers as well as general computer users as a result of its dedication
to finding the most awkward ...

The art scene in general in DC is very diffuse. Unlike other cities in
which I've lived (Toronto, Buffalo, Pittsburgh) there aren't any strong,
lively arts organizations that act like glue to bring the community
together. There are a number of small regional art centers that exhibit
visual art (painting ...

EXPLORING AND EXTENDING THE HORIZONS OF ELECTRONIC MUSIC AND DANCE CULTURE

A web site is being set up for FUTUREsonic that will present selections of
images, video, text and music representative of the event.

Participants are invited to send contributions to haywire@thelabs.demon.co.uk

FUTUREsonic - music and technology ...

An event on the alliance of ART - SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY in the celebration of
" La Science en Fete " in Caen, Basse-Normandy, France

For the exposition we are searching internationaly for Videos, CD-Roms,
adresses of appropriate WWW - .http - sites that focus on the collaboration
of the arts, sciences and electronic ...

The discussion between Paul Warren and Andreas Broeckmann is sort of difficult
for me to enter, as I am a writer, and one of those theory people who can appear
to be blocking the development of the work they think they are trying to
promote. But the issues are tremendous ...

It's tough to get any genuinely innovative art done on the Web. The
technical limitations of the medium present challenges many artists welcome
but few successfully overcome. But there are no technical obstacles to
getting solid art criticism out onto the Web, and in fact, if the WWW has
been ...

Paul Warren (pwnr@interport.net) wrote:

computer culture artists: a new type of folk art?

Donald Kuspit chose not to write about Larry Auerbach's work. While
it may seem odd, or even a bit self-depreciating to say this as the
curator, Larry's exclusion from the essay did not surprise me ...

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Museums and the Internet

Date: ……………………………………… Sunday afternoon June 30
Time: …………………….. open from 13.00hrs - start program 14.00hrs
Location: …………….. V2_Organisatie - Eendrachtsstraat 10 - Rotterdam
Admission: …………………………………………………… free

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Many museums are in the process of starting up various activities in
relation to the Internet as a ...

CIBER@RT'96: First International Conference on Virtual Reality

CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS

November 4-7, 1996
Valencia, Spain.

Ciber@RT '96 is an annual international conference that has risen from
the need of creating a space open for discussion and reflexion about
the non-stopping evolution of New Technologies and its relation to ...

"Living in Europe, I shouldn't need a T1 to access ZerO News,
especially considering that it's located on a site justifiably priding
itself on all it's done in the name of public access. But the large
Public Netbase icons slow the whole navigation process to a crawl."

In this ...

In his essay, "_Wired_ Unplugged", Mark Dery, author and culture jammer, quotes
Jordan Crandall quoting a magazine advertisement:

"Miming disembodied hyperkinesis, _Wired_ simulates a simulation—the immersive
virtuality promised by a recent NEC ad, which declared, 'Everything you know
about multimedia is about to change. And fast. Call it "virtual reality" ...

mem_brane event on 5 July 1996, 19.30 hrs:

Media Art Aggregates

A discussion on the working conditions in the field of critical media art

There is a welcome slow-down in the current media discourse. The
hype-driven tendency towards futurologist speculations about technological
developments is replaced by inquiry and hesitation ...

Among other things, my recent attendance at 5Cyberconf in Madrid reminded
me that the responsibility for interpretation lies not only with the critic
and curator, but also with the artist.

Making art is, among other things, signifying. As artists, we must take
responsibility for the significance of the messages we ...

The introductory essay by Donald Kuspit for the FuturelessFuture web art
exhibition (http://www.flf.org/FLF) has been published on the web and is
now available with source material hyperlinks at:

http://plaza.interport.net/FLF/flf.text.html

Here are some highlights from the essay:

"Unsettling historically settled ...

_Mediascape_ at the Guggenheim Museum in Soho is a disappointment. It
suffers from an overabundance of works that say very little. A word of
caution: upon entering the Guggenheim, do not become ensnared in the
misplaced logic of Nam June Paik's human trap, _Megatron_. This work
affirms the fact that ...