Re: Hz New Issue

Posted by MTAA | Wed Oct 15th 2003 9:30 p.m.

On Wednesday, October 15, 2003, at 06:33 PM, sachiko hayashi wrote:

> The new issue of Hz is now out at http://www.hz-journal.org.
>

no it isn't.

:::

This domain has been registered for a client by
Easyspace.

  • M. River | Thu Oct 16th 2003 9:25 a.m.
    > On Wednesday, October 15, 2003, at 06:33 PM, sachiko hayashi wrote:
    >
    > > The new issue of Hz is now out at http://www.hz-journal.org.
    > >
    >
    > no it isn't.
    >

    Well, you might want to look at the title again: "The Aesthetics of Failure: "Post-Digital" Tendencies in Contemporary Computer Music"

    Dead URL, very Cage.

    BTW: Would anyone like to take a stab at "post-digital" ?
  • M. River | Thu Oct 16th 2003 10:14 a.m.
    just one more note: "The Aesthetics of Failure: "Post-Digital" Tendencies in Contemporary Computer Music" is a interesting essay. Check it.

    M. River wrote:

    > > On Wednesday, October 15, 2003, at 06:33 PM, sachiko hayashi wrote:
    > >
    > > > The new issue of Hz is now out at http://www.hz-journal.org.
    > > >
    > >
    > > no it isn't.
    > >
    >
    > Well, you might want to look at the title again: "The Aesthetics of
    > Failure: "Post-Digital" Tendencies in Contemporary Computer Music"
    >
    > Dead URL, very Cage.
    >
    > BTW: Would anyone like to take a stab at "post-digital" ?
  • sachiko hayashi | Thu Oct 16th 2003 2:44 p.m.
    hi
    i am writing this again as i noticed my message never really got through. i contacted the technical adviser how this was possible but in the meantime, you get this message again, hopefully with the full text this time.

    ***

    The new issue of Hz is now out at http://www.hz-journal.org

    In this issue Hz presents the following articles:

    The Aesthetics of Failure: "Post-Digital" Tendencies in Contemporary Computer Music by Kim Cascone

    Virtual Memorial: A Memorial As A Process - A Model of The World by Agricola de Cologne

    Notes on Critical Black U.S. Performance Art and Artists by Clifford Owens

    The Edge of Artlessness: The video reflection, snap-shot, family and self-portraiture; and almost losing it all by jim Jeffers

    (Swedish) Industrimusiken - Fran elektroonisk pornografi till ockultism by Guido Zeccola

    Hz Net Gallery presents the following 5 net art works:

    confrontation by Annie Abraham & Clement Charmet

    Twice-told Tales by Nicholas Economos

    Hidden by Isabel Saij

    Solenoides by Tamara Lai

    Stop Motion Studies by David Crawford

    Hz is a web journal published by Fylkingen in Stockholm. Fylkingen is a non-profit art organization, established in 1933, the oldest forum for experimental music and intermedia art in Sweden. Throughout its history Fylkingen has been the driving force in the Swedish art scene to introduce and promote unestablished art forms, the example of which include the music of Bartok and the video works of Nam June Paik as well as electro-acoustic music during the '50s. Our members today consist of leading composers/musicians, performance artists/dancers, visual artists, etc..

    Hz will be accepting submissions of articles and net art works for the next number, due to be out in March/April 2004.
    We are interested in
    Articles:
    previously published or unpublished on the topic of new media/net art/digital music between 800 and 4000 words (preferably more than 1000 words) in English in RTF or word format. Please send in your article as an attachment to hz@fylkingen.se, subject: article submission.
    Net Art:
    interactive only. Please submit your URL, brief description of the work and short bio (or URL of your CV site) to hz@fylkingen.se, subject: net art submission.

    Hz: http://www.hz-journal.org
    Hz Net Gallery: http://www.hz-journal.org/netg
    Fylkingen: http://www.fylkingen.se
  • sachiko hayashi | Mon Jun 28th 2004 1:39 a.m.
    Hz New Issue, June 2004
    http://www.hz-journal.org

    *****
    ARTICLES

    "Grain, Sequence, System":
    Three Levels of Reception in the Performance of Laptop Music
    by Kim Cascone

    Something Third, Other
    by Petra Gemeinboeck

    Japan In Scandinavia:
    Cultural Cliches in Receptions of Works by Mori Mariko
    by Gunhild Borggreen

    Fylkingen.org:
    Visons of the Present in Retrospect
    by Teddy Hultberg

    *****
    Net Art

    Vector Defenders by On Click
    Inflat-O-Scape by Jessica Irish
    Invisible Maps by Paul Catanese
    Turns by Margot Lovejoy
    Mouchette

    *****

    Hz is an on-line magazine published by non-profit arts organization
    Fylkingen in Stockholm. Fylkingen, established in 1933, is the oldest
    forum for experimental art forms in Sweden. For more information,
    please visit www.fylkingen.se
  • sachiko hayashi | Tue Jun 7th 2005 10:53 a.m.
    Welcome to Hz no.6
    http://www.hz-journal.org

    Hz no.6 presents:

    Articles:

    * VIRTUAL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: Technological Aspects and Their Interactive
    Performance Issues by Suguru Goto

    * BETWEEN ART AND TECHNOLOGY by Sachiko Hayashi

    * COMPOSITION CAMOUFLAGED: On the Relationship Between Interpretation and
    Improvisation by Franziska Martinsen

    * TAKE A CHANCE ON ME: An Essay on the Mediation of the Contemporary
    Condition by Thore Soneson
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