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Digital Impromptu next Sunday at California Museum of Photography


From: Ted Fisher <ted@tedfisher.com>
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2002 12:17:43 -0700

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Hey all:

"Impromptu: Improvisation with Digital Media"
at UCR/California Museum of Photography

*Reception: 1 - 4 p.m. Sunday, September 29th* -- please attend
Special Events / Performances:

Christina McPhee, 1 p.m.
Dancing in the Active Space, 2 p.m.

The show features:

Dancing in the Active Space
(An installation by John Crawford, Lisa Naugle, Fred Bevilacqua, Isabel
Valverde, Alexia Bonvin-Bevilacqua)

Scanner prints and digital video by Susan Silton

An "improvised" lounge room by Christina McPhee: NAXSMASHLounge

Improv DV
(digital videos by Jeff Amaral, Genevieve Buffington, Kerry Kugelman,
Douglas McCulloh, Lisa Adams, Lucy H G, James MacDevitt, Jill Geigerich,
Adriene Hughes, Jacalyn Lopez Garcia, Barry Lasit, David Horvitz, Katarina
Jerinic, Christina McPhee, Dean Chamberlain, Sanford Reed, Jody Zellen and
others)

Physical Improv
(digital videos by Steve Shoffner, Misty Burruel, Rachel Mayeri and Kirk
Dilley)

Navigate
Curated by L.A. Freewaves, this project deals with interface and
interaction.

Hope to see you there. Please tell your friends.

tf

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WIRED RUINS


please forward
apologies for cross posting.......

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