ada 'web newsletter #8

Posted by Rhizome | Fri Feb 7th 1997 1 a.m.

ada 'web is pleased to announce its participation in "port", an
exhibition of on-line projects, organized by artnetweb at the MIT list
visual arts center, in boston. the exhibition is scheduled to be on
view until march 29, 1997. a web site presenting the exhibition and the
various projects on view is at http://artnetweb.com/port a calendar is
accessible from there, which enables you to access the projects on-line
and exchange with the visitors at the list center.

two of ada 'web's projects were selected: *homeport*, the palace-based
project by lawrence weiner, and arrangements, david bartel's project. we
would particularly like to encourage your participation in homeport. the
schedules of display at the list center will be every other tuesday,
from 3 to 4pm (EST) starting february 10. if you have not yet done so,
please access homeport's fact page, from which you can download the free
palace software (http://adaweb.com/project/homeport)

homeport will also be accessible for one month, starting february 15 at
the leo castelli gallery, 420 west broadway, new york.

for those of you who might be attending milia (in cannes, france,
february 9 to 12) ada 'web will be presented (off-line, unfortunately)
at the cicv booth. cicv (http://www.cicv.fr) is an institution who we
have been working with for the development of *on se comprend*, a
project by antoine moreau, on-line at http://adaweb.com/~moreau since
last summer. more information about milia is available at
http://www.reedmidem.milia.com/ecran2/som1.html.

we also would like to let you know that ada 'web's current interface, as
well as three projects have been selected to be included in the
permanent collection of the san francisco museum of modern art (SF
MoMA). these three projects are *vertical blanking interval* by vivian
selbo (http://adaweb.com/project/selbo), *the hard way* , by matthew
ritchie (http://adaweb.com/influx/hardway), and general idea's project
for aids awareness day (http://adaweb.com/influx/general/idea.html)

last, but not least, if you still have not had a chance to do so,
tomorrow is the last day for you to cast a vote for ada at the "webby
awards"! just come to the site, and a pop-up window wil appear at the
left of your screen. if you would rather go directly to the webby
awards site, it is accessible at http://www.webmagazine.com/webby.
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