Works are submitted in the form of MPEG, QuickTime, Windows Media,
MP3, JPEG and GIF files."
good idea, bad submission policy. as rhizomers have pointed out for
several years, interactive or networked art cannot be experienced in a
non-interactive or non-networked context. i.e. documenting a game on
video alters the work significantly. perhaps can you expand your
submission policy to include an evaluation of the actual work?
On Aug 24, 2004, at 11:24 AM, Jonas Lindberg wrote:
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