komninos zervos
Since 2003
Works in Labrador Australia

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BIO
komninos zervos:biographical details

komninos, performance poet, poeted from 1985 professionally, taking his poetry to schools, community groups, hotels, music venues, prisons, coffee lounges and universities, radio and television and now the internet.

komninos the published poet has two adult collections of poetry with the university of queensland press, 'komninos', 1991, and 'komninos by the kupful', 1994, a collection of poetry for children illustrated by peter viska and published by oxford university press, 'the baby rap and other poems', 1992, and a hard cover illustrated children's picture book published by harper/collins, 'high street, kew east', 1991.

komninos has had three plays performed by professional theatre companies in sydney and brisbane.

in 1992 komninos received the australian human rights award for literature and in 1993 was awarded the australia council's ros bower award for outstanding achievement in community arts.

in 1995 komninos completed a masters of arts in creative writing at the university of queensland, he authored a cd-rom of 'cyberpoetry' for his dissertation.

in 1997 komninos travelled to london to be writer in residence at artec, a multimedia training and resource centre in islington where he authored a cd-rom, 'cyberpoetry underground'.

since 1999 komninos has convened the CyberStudies major, at the School of Arts, Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus. http://www.gu.edu.au/ppages/k_zervos

in 2001 the 'cyberpoetry underground' cd-rom was runner-up in the Electronic Literature Organisation's Award in poetry.

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DISCUSSION

robot artist draws portraits


a very effective visual argument
komninos
komninos.com.au

DISCUSSION

HyPerformance


hi all

here are some video clips of a HyPerformance presented at the Tertiary
Writing Network's Colloquium Old Text/nu txt, in Napier New Zealand,
December 6 2006..

intro to colloquium
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuZo_dHlrtM

high street kew east
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyKgVPsrxGc

nuclear dreaming
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVIFawBjtso

childhood in richmond
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNfgnoyAx40

the tanks rolled through the streets
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLn1Hk71EeU

invention/intervention
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tu8rN-Ynafo

cheers
komninos

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thanks to rhizome list i found out about a great web3d art workshop
happening in adelaide, in my own country, which i attended.

karel dudesic, martin shmit and dirk bogart ran the workshops in google
sketchup and vrml code.

my output was a 3d flythrough of the city of adelaide as seen from its
lanes, alleys and backstreets.
http://live-wirez.gu.edu.au/Staff/Komninos/web3dart/cityflythrough.html

cheers
komninos

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
http://users.bigpond.net.au/mangolegs
"Our Workplace Rights are NOT for sale.

DISCUSSION

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it would seem that metadata will have to change its name to prodata, as=
we
change from thinking about how we define assets that already exist to
thinking about the data required before future assets are created.

komninos

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
http://users.bigpond.net.au/mangolegs
"Our Workplace Rights are NOT for sale.

DISCUSSION

Fw: BEAP 2007: "Computers in Art and Design Education Conference"


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To:
From: BEAP <info@beap.org>
Date: 21/03/2006 04:36PM
Subject: BEAP 2007: "Computers in Art and Design Education Conference"

dear friends of BEAP

We are pleased to introduce Prof Suzette Worden as the newly appointed
Chair/Convener of Computers in Art and Design Education (CADE) Conference.

Suzette Worden is Professor of Design at Curtin University of Technology,
where she is developing collaborative research projects related to Western
Australia's
mining and agricultural resources. Before joining Curtin in 2002 she was
Reader in
Digital Media and Director of Research in the Faculty of Art, Media and
Design,
University of the West of England, Bristol where she lead research for the
National
Creative Technologies Initiative and the Arts and Humanities Research Board
funded
project, 'Digital Arts Curation: Aesthetics, Participation and Diversity'
in the UK.

PerthCADE is produced by BEAP as the key conference of the 2007 Education
Program.

CADE is a major international event for those interested in the exploration
of ideas at
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2007 conference
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directly informs
professional methodologies and practice.

Early call for papers and further information will be posted soon at
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