a minima 12

Posted by a minima:: | Wed Jul 27th 2005 5:53 a.m.

spanish magazine
english/spanish
aminimaestudio@yahoo.es

Oron Catts
Ionat Zurr
Amy M. Youngs
Knowbotic Research
Jody Zellen
Blank & Jeron
Roberto Aguirrezabala
Daniel Garcia Andujar
Natalie Bookchin - interview
Christiane Paul
SilentCell Network
Edward Shanken
Fernando Llanos
Derrick de Kerckhove - interview
Folksonomias
Santofile
Liminar

Oron Catts (Australia)

Artist / researcher and curator. Co-founder and
Artistic Director of SymbioticA. Founded the Tissue
Culture and Art Project in 1996.

Ionat Zurr (Australia)

Artist / researcher and curator. Artist in resident
and a lectura in SymbioticA. Co-founder of the Tissue
Culture and Art Project.

Amy M. Youngs (EEUU)

Artist. She creates mixed-media, interactive
sculptures and digital media Works. She is currently
an Asistanse Profesor and the Director of the
Foundations Program in the Department of Art at the
Ohio University.

Knowbotic Research

Knowbotic Research (Yvonne Wilhelm, Christian Huebler,
Alexander Tuchacek) was established in 1991. Their
more recent projects present artistic practice with
media in an attempt to find viable forms of
intervention in the public domain.

Jody Zellen (EEUU)

Artist. She works in many media simultaneously making
photographs, installations, net art, public art, as
well as artists’ books that explore the subject of the
urban environment.

Blank & Jeron (Alemania)

Artists. They have been working together since 1996.
They develop reflective artistic strategies, which
deal with questions of information recycling, content,
distribution, interaction and participation.

Roberto Aguirrezabala (Espana)

Artist. Founder of Adclick. Collaborator of Bitnik..
He has lectured several times and he has participated
in round-table meetings on electronic art and the
Internet in Spain.

Daniel Garcia Andujar (Espana)

Muldisciplinar artist. Since the year 1996 he has been
developing the Project entitled Technologies To The
People (TTTP), housed in irational.org and gathered in
selections of net art Duch as “Some or my Favourite
Websites are Art and Beyond”.

Pau Waelder (Espana)

He is a collaborator of digital art portals Artnodes
and Rhyzome.

Christiane Paul (EEUU)

She is the Adjunct Curator of New media Arts at the
Whitney Museum of American Art and the director of
Intelligent Agent. She teaches in the MFA computer
arts department at the School of Visual Arts in New
York.

Eduard A. Shanken (EEUU)

Edward A. Shanken is Professor of Art History at the
Savannah College of Art & Design. He is editor of a
collection of essays by Roy Ascott, entitled Telematic
Embrace: Visionary Theories of Art, Technology and
Consciousness (University of California Press, 2003).

Fernando Llanos (Mexico)

Visual artist. He’s doing videoart in line and
presentation in live about manipulation and video
mixed. He’s curator and teacher of “Digital Art” and
“Video and new technologies”.

Santo_file

Santo_file is a memegenic guerrilla group founded by
Marco Bellonzi and David Cassacuberta. Its main aim is
to use new media to develop a vision of life as fight
between memes and genes.
  • komninos zervos | Wed Jul 27th 2005 2:17 p.m.
    <FONT face="Default Sans Serif, Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size=2><DIV><BR><DIV><BR><FONT face="Default Sans Serif, Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size=2><DIV>all that meat and no potatoes?</DIV><DIV></DIV><DIV>what is the url of the work of these bio-artists listed, or is it an exhibition - what?</DIV><DIV></DIV><DIV>komninos<BR></DIV><DIV>komninos&nbsp;zervos<br>lecturer,&nbsp;CyberStudies&nbsp;major<br>School&nbsp;of&nbsp;Arts&nbsp;<br>Griffith&nbsp;University<br>Room&nbsp;3.25&nbsp;Multimedia&nbsp;Building&nbsp;G23<br>Gold&nbsp;Coast&nbsp;Campus&nbsp;<br>Parkwood<br>PMB&nbsp;50&nbsp;Gold&nbsp;Coast&nbsp;Mail&nbsp;Centre&nbsp;<br>Queensland&nbsp;9726<br>Australia<br>Phone&nbsp;07&nbsp;5552&nbsp;8872&nbsp;Fax&nbsp;07&nbsp;5552&nbsp;8141<br>http://www.gu.edu.au/ppages/k_zervos<br>http://users.bigpond.net.au/mangolegs<br>http://spokenword.blog-city.com<br>"Our&nbsp;Workplace&nbsp;Rights&nbsp;are&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;for&nbsp;sale."<BR></DIV></FONT></DIV></DIV></FONT>
  • Eduardo Navas | Wed Jul 27th 2005 3:23 p.m.
    Hello,

    Given that NAR ( http://netartreview.net ) collaborates with a minima::
    I can explain that there is no website at the moment. The publication
    is an impressivel bi-monthly journal published in English and Spanish.
    However, you can have access to some of the featured writings as these
    are approved for online publishing by each contributor. NAR currently
    has an agreement to release selected texts and I invite you to download
    the material which can be found on the monthly features.

    So far you can access PDFs from issue No.11

    Here they are:
    http://netartreview.net/monthly/sanOrtiz.pdf
    http://netartreview.net/monthly/igor.pdf
    http://netartreview.net/monthly/minima_marina.pdf

    More will be released as they are approved by particular a minima
    writers/contributors.

    Best,

    Eduardo

    > -------- Original Message --------
    > Subject: Re: RHIZOME_RAW: a minima 12
    > From: Komninos Zervos <k.zervos@griffith.edu.au>
    > Date: Wed, July 27, 2005 1:17 pm
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    > all that meat and no potatoes?
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    > what is the url of the work of these bio-artists listed, or is it an
    > exhibition - what?
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    > komninos
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    > komninos zervos
    > lecturer, CyberStudies major
    > School of Arts
    > Griffith University
    > Room 3.25 Multimedia Building G23
    > Gold Coast Campus
    > Parkwood
    > PMB 50 Gold Coast Mail Centre
    > Queensland 9726
    > Australia
    > Phone 07 5552 8872 Fax 07 5552 8141
    > http://www.gu.edu.au/ppages/k_zervos
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