CTheory Multimedia "Wired Ruins" issue launch

Posted by Jay Murphy | Fri Jul 19th 2002 1 a.m.

Hello! -- you may have already received this -- if so, sorry for
the duplication. Visuals available upon request.
Siempre mas alla/Jay Murphy

>
> >
> >CTHEORY Multimedia announces a new issue of critically important
> net.art:
> >
> > Wired Ruins: Digital Terror and Ethnic Paranoia (Issue 3)
> >URL: http://ctheorymultimedia.cornell.edu
> >
> >Reacting to the complex horrors of terrorism while resisting the
> surveillance
> >regimes of the disciplinary state, "Wired Ruins" invites its users
> to intermix
> >critically with net.art projects in three interactive databases:
> "Digital
> >Terror:
> >Ghosting 9-11," "Ethnic Paranoia, before and beyond," and "Rewiring
> the
> >Ruins."
> >Resisting the repression of the new age of censorship, "Wired Ruins"
> presents
> >digital and viral networks of ethnic identities that emit faint
> signals for
> >recognition among the overlapping diffusions of cultural angst and
> >digital terror.
> >
> >Exhibiting artists: YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES, Horit Herman-
> Peled,
> >Tracey Benson, Jay Murphy & Isabelle Sigal, xiix, Lewis LaCook, Davin
> >Heckman,Robert Hunter & Guilermo Aritza, Dror Eyal & Stacy Hardy, David
> >Golumbia, Jason Nelson, Dirk J. Platzek & Han Gene Paik, Tobias
> van Ween
> >& Alex
> >Bell,Andrew Hieronymi & Tirdad Zolghadr, Christina McPhee, and Jason
> Nelson.
> >
> >Arthur and Marilouise Kroker
> >Timothy Murray
> >CTHEORY Multimedia Co-Curators
> >
Your Reply