alexandra reill
Since 2001
Works in Vienna Austria

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BIO
after ten years of film business alexandra reill focused on the development of experimenteal new media projects and - with a special view on interactive dramaturgies - transported all activities to the online platform kanonmedia, orginally founded in 1996 as the gallery kanon, situated in vienna / austria. today kanonmedia serves as a networking / content providing / exhibition platform for innovative & experimental new media projects as much as for the presentation of inhouse productions.
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DISCUSSION

SAVE / SAFE : open call


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SAVE / SAFE
borderlining as a contemporary phenomenon
a collaborative online ground

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play & participate in SAVE / SAFE on http://www.kanonmedia.com
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from may 23, 03 to june 07, 03 SAVE / SAFE will perform in vienna as a
local installation at the art festival SOHO IN OTTAKRING.

apple users, please note: send your texts to office@kanonmedia.com & we do
the onlining for you. SAVE / SAFE is designed for PC / IE 6.0 only.

SAVE / SAFE theme & concept:
SAVE / SAFE researches human states-of-being related to the impact of New
Technologies on the perception and self-consciousness of individual
existence. The main figure Anna serves as a 'modern' individual describing
situative experience and personal interpretations of emotionally perceived
situations occurring during her journey through Oceania.

Using the atmosphaeric background of a journey to Oceania - a context of
highly social municipal communities still existing on many of the
geographically isolated Polynesian islands and a westernized New Zealand
having integrated all attitudes of 'modern' life - SAVE / SAFE compares
Anna's individual experience to results of the scientific research of
philosophy, psychology, ethics, sociology and new media theory.

Citations out of technical literature form contemporary conclusions related
to the development of the 3rd industrial revolution and reflect and mirror
Anna's individual perception. Anna is a representative of a majority of
humans not having realized yet the subversive progressing of so-called
post-human conditioning. She still thinks of many components of her self as
personal traits of character while they are a direct expression of
post-human existence strongly being enhanced through the influence of
digital interactivity, thus excessively strengthening logical thinking &
ratio as prioritary approach to life.

* The cultural container representing itself to society today and going to
reign the 21st century ... is characterized by substitutional relations
based on the central involvement with information technology, pursued from
a position of pseudo-autism ... With the decay of inter-personal culture
and the expansion of IT-controlled substitutes of inter-relation only one
mass container is left for and generally accepted by a borderlining
majority: the unavoidable search for the ego and for techniques allowing
the construction of identity. *

* J. Erik Mertz, in: Borderline - weder tot noch lebendig, 2000

Anna tells the story of a journey into the center of her self, embedded in
the story of her journey to the other end of the world. Her central theme
is the nature of ego and non-ego, the relevance of involvement and
interaction, and the meaning of non-attachment.

** What really does authenticity of personal development mean ? Having it
worked through for so many years, it finally emerges - this realization of
a self, leading to autonomy and self-control of authority in the framework
of a society demanding for autonomous responsibility and respecting it.
Which sense though does this authenticity make, if with its final acquiring
its inner character proves to be fluid and transparent, if personal vanity,
ego-profiling and the exertion of authority having become a natural option
prove to be nothing but accessories of again dependent, mechanistic
existence, thus loosing significance completely ? **

** Alexandra Reill, Anna in: SAVE / SAFE, 2002

*** While in the framework of old value systems the individual always has
been subject to communal models, developed themselves by individuals again,
in the context of new orientation amongst other components something like
'altruistic individualism' is emerging.***

*** Ulrich Beck, aus: Kinder der Freiheit, 1998

the SAVE / SAFE platform: a collaborative playground SAVE / SAFE transports
its content through textual content expressing
itself not only via wording but strongly through atmosphere created via
visual design and interactive structure.

The database application SAVE / SAFE is a reading machine mirroring through
its structure contemporary conditioning, thus provoking the user to
consciously read without reading, understand without analyzing, experience
without touching. SAVE / SAFE uses structure not only for the transport of
data - it is a reading automat.

The SAVE / SAFE machine is a communal platform. As much as SAVE / SAFE can
be viewed in a linear way or by individual intuition it lets you use all
material contained to recompose and edit it or to upload newly created
content to your personally created thread of individual views on the themes
of borderlining & post - humanity.

SAVE / SAFE has been developed with the kind support of the Department for
Cultural Affairs, City of Vienna.

POST YOUR PERSONAL VIEW ... USE YOUR OWN LANGUAGE
PLAY SAVE / SAFE on http://www.kanonmedia.com

kanonmedia.com, non - profit org. for new media
singapur / sydney / new zealand / fiji / western samoa / vienna
2000 - 2003

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DISCUSSION

Re: invitation to participate: your favorite four letter words


life

cheers, a
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----- Original Message -----
From: "D. Jean Hester" <jenajunk@hotmail.com>
To: <ivan@ivanpope.com>; <neil@devoid.co.uk>; <list@rhizome.org>
Cc: <marc.garrett@furtherfield.org>
Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2003 6:43 PM
Subject: Re: RHIZOME_RAW: invitation to participate: your favorite four
letter words

> so i should just go through the rhizome list and add all four letter names
> then? oh, but i need to add "eryk" twice... ;)
>
> -- D. Jean Hester
> www.divestudio.org
> Interviewer: "Must an artist be a programmer to make truly original online
> art?"
> John Simon: "Truly original? You Modernist! Whether you make art or not,
> understanding programming is an amazing understanding."
> from "Code as Creative Writing: An Interview with John Simon"
>
>
>
>
>
> >From: "Ivan Pope" <ivan@ivanpope.com>
> >Reply-To: "Ivan Pope" <ivan@ivanpope.com>
> >To: "neil jenkins" <neil@devoid.co.uk>, "rhizome" <list@rhizome.org>
> >CC: "marc.garrett" <marc.garrett@furtherfield.org>
> >Subject: Re: RHIZOME_RAW: invitation to participate: your favorite four
> >letter words
> >Date: Thu, 17 Apr 2003 06:20:11 +0100
> >
> >ivan &/or pope
> >
> >
> >--
> >Ivan Pope
> >ivan@ivanpope.com
> >www.ivanpope.com
> >www.tochki-inc.com
> >
> >"Faster, faster, until the thrill of speed overcomes the fear of death"
> >Hunter S. Thompson
> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: "neil jenkins" <neil@devoid.co.uk>
> >To: "rhizome" <list@rhizome.org>
> >Cc: "marc.garrett" <marc.garrett@furtherfield.org>
> >Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2003 12:32 PM
> >Subject: Re: RHIZOME_RAW: invitation to participate: your favorite four
> >letter words
> >
> >
> > > neil
> > >
> > > :)
> > >
> > >
> > > On Thursday, April 17, 2003, at 11:40 am, marc.garrett wrote:
> > >
> > > > mine is 'marc'
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >>
> > > >> "Eryk" is my favorite four letter word.
> > > >>
> > > >> -e.
> > > >>
> > > >>
> > > >>
> > > >> ----- Original Message -----
> > > >> From: "D. Jean Hester" <jenajunk@hotmail.com>
> > > >> To: <list@rhizome.org>
> > > >> Sent: Wednesday, April 16, 2003 4:08 PM
> > > >> Subject: RHIZOME_RAW: invitation to participate: your favorite four
> > > >> letter
> > > >> words
> > > >>
> > > >>
> > > >>> Hey Rhizomers,
> > > >>>
> > > >>> I'd like to ask you to contribute/participate in my latest
> > > >>> collaborative-participative-what-the-hell-is-it-ART-THANG. (FYI,
I
> > > >>> have
> > > >>> included my bio at the end of this email.)
> > > >>>
> > > >>> It's SO EASY: send me a list of your favorite four letter words
(as
> > > > many
> > > >> or
> > > >>> as few as you want). Yeah, and remember, four letter doesn't have
> >to
> > > > mean
> > > >>> f*ck, sh*t, d*mn, although those certainly are glorious four
letter
> > > > words.
> > > >>> Hand, post, June, list, dive, chow, Oslo, poke are all perfectly
> > > >> reasonable
> > > >>> four letter words as well.
> > > >>>
> > > >>> The words will be used in a video installation planned for a
> > > >>> music/video/art/dance-like-crazy-people event at the Hollywood
> > > >>> Athletic
> > > >> Club
> > > >>> in Los Angeles for May 17. The words will be placed in a
database,
> > > >>> and
> > > >>> reconfigured in odd random pairings based on an algorithm, along
> >with
> > > > odd
> > > >>> random pairings of video footage.
> > > >>>
> > > >>> Thanks, and send those words in to jenajunk@hotmail.com! I need a
> > > >>> lot
> > > > of
> > > >>> them...
> > > >>>
> > > >>> BIO: <warning: art jargon ahead>
> > > >>> D. Jean Hester is a media artist living in Los Angeles,
California,
> > > > whose
> > > >>> work combines programming, databases, film and video to create
> > > > interactive
> > > >>> pieces for both physical installations and online platforms.
Hester
> > > >> wishes
> > > >>> to involve users as active, thinking, engaged
> > > >>> participant-collaborators
> > > > in
> > > >>> the creation of art. Her work explores the nature of
interactivity
> > > >>> and
> > > >>> audience/user participation, and what happens when a work is no
> > > >>> longer a
> > > >>> stand-alone authored environment with a tightly controlled
> > > > author-defined
> > > >>> outcome, but when the users themselves are
> >contributing/collaborating
> > > >>> through the use of interactivity (be it physical real-world
> > > >>> performative
> > > >>> actions or interaction with a database or some other program). In
> > > >>> this
> > > >>> scenario the artist's intention is only part of the puzzle - the
art
> > > > does
> > > >>> not exist until it is engaged. Without a user as a contributor,
it
> > > >>> is
> > > >> only
> > > >>> a potentiality - not an actuality. Her work has been shown in
> > > >>> numerous
> > > >>> exhibits, festivals, and screenings in the United States, Canada,
> >and
> > > >>> Mexico, and can be seen online at www.divestudio.org.
> > > >>>
> > > >>> -- D. Jean Hester
> > > >>> www.divestudio.org
> > > >>> Interviewer: "Must an artist be a programmer to make truly
original
> > > > online
> > > >>> art?"
> > > >>> John Simon: "Truly original? You Modernist! Whether you make art
or
> > > >>> not,
> > > >>> understanding programming is an amazing understanding."
> > > >>> from "Code as Creative Writing: An Interview with John Simon"
> > > >>>
> > > >>>
> > > >>>
> > > >>>
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DISCUSSION

Re: Mesopotamia. Babylon. The Tigris and Euphrates


yes marc, i was feeling this when listening to the news this morning ... it=
's so sad

love, a
----- Original Message -----
From: marc.garrett
To: list@rhizome.org
Sent: Thursday, April 03, 2003 10:58 AM
Subject: RHIZOME_RAW: Mesopotamia. Babylon. The Tigris and Euphrates

Mesopotamia. Babylon. The Tigris and Euphrates

How many children, in how many classrooms, over how many centuries, have =
hang-glided through the past, transported on the wings of these words? And =
now the bombs are falling, incinerating and humiliating that ancient civili=
sation

Arundhati Roy
Wednesday April 2, 2003
The Guardian

On the steel torsos of their missiles, adolescent American soldiers scraw=
l colourful messages in childish handwriting: For Saddam, from the Fat Boy =
Posse. A building goes down. A marketplace. A home. A girl who loves a boy.=
A child who only ever wanted to play with his older brother's marbles.

On March 21, the day after American and British troops began their illega=
l invasion and occupation of Iraq, an "embedded" CNN correspondent intervie=
wed an American soldier. "I wanna get in there and get my nose dirty," Priv=
ate AJ said. "I wanna take revenge for 9/11."

To be fair to the correspondent, even though he was "embedded" he did sor=
t of weakly suggest that so far there was no real evidence that linked the =
Iraqi government to the September 11 attacks. Private AJ stuck his teenage =
tongue out all the way down to the end of his chin. "Yeah, well that stuff'=
s way over my head," he said.

According to a New York Times/CBS News survey, 42 per cent of the America=
n public believes that Saddam Hussein is directly responsible for the Septe=
mber 11 attacks on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon. And an ABC news=
poll says that 55 per cent of Americans believe that Saddam Hussein direct=
ly supports al-Qaida. What percentage of America's armed forces believe the=
se fabrications is anybody's guess.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/Print/0,3858,4638796,00.html

DISCUSSION

Re: Prix Ars Electronica 2003 Call for Entry!


it has been announced for a months; but the online submission has been
extended until 25th of march recently.

cheers, a

----- Original Message -----
From: "Rachel Greene" <rachel@rhizome.org>
To: <list@rhizome.org>
Sent: Saturday, March 22, 2003 10:45 PM
Subject: Re: RHIZOME_RAW: Prix Ars Electronica 2003 Call for Entry!

> is it just me, or should they have been posting about this deadline
sooner?
> or have I just completely missed their previous announcements?.... rachel
>
>
> > Prix Ars Electronica 2003 - Competition for CyberArts
> > Welcome to participate!
> >
> > The deadline for the entry is March 20, 2003 (postmarked)
> >
> > For the 17th time, the Austrian Broadcasting Company, Upper Austrian
Regional
> > Studio, as the organizer of the Prix Ars Electronica, invites artists,
> > scientists, researchers and developers from all over the world to
participate
> > in the annual CYBERARTS competition in the categories:
> >
> > Computer Animation, Net Vision / Net Excellence, Interactive Art and
Digital
> > Musics.
> >
> > The total prize money for the Prix Ars Electronica 2003 amounts to Euro
> > 100,000 (USD 98,650 app).
> >
> > If you are interested to participate please send us your work. Detailed
> > information and registration forms are available online:
http://prixars.orf.at
> >
> > Should you have any questions as a participant in the category Net
Vision /
> > Net Excellence, please feel free to contact: iris.mayr@orf.at
> >
> > Please forward this information to interested parties!
> >
> > best
> > iris
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DISCUSSION

Re: No "NO WAR"


participating in the idea of changing the index through spreading the word
of the idea on our index and via email and interrupting all site activities
... www.kanonmedia.com
cheers, a
ps: great initiative!

----- Original Message -----
From: "Eryk Salvaggio" <eryk@maine.rr.com>
To: <list@rhizome.org>
Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2003 8:17 PM
Subject: RHIZOME_RAW: No "NO WAR"

>
>
> I can't say I know what the right thing to do about the war is, as an
> artist. But as an editor I've always had a fairly good idea. After 9/11 I
> kept 1000 Ridiculous Tragedies going because I figured the diversion and
> constancy was what the world needed, now, I feel the exact opposite, and
> have put up a strike page. I didn't use the future farmers template
because
> I feel like the slogan "NO WAR" is really kind of obvious, I don't know
that
> anyone consciously "wants" war besides a few 15 year old kids who watch
the
> news after playing "First Strike" for a few hours. I think the people who
> support the war are people that think that the war is "a neccessary evil."
> And of course, the deep seated subconscious bloodlust innate in the
majority
> of human beings is not something that can be reached by anyone but
> themselves, even if people have no idea about that and no idea of where to
> start "looking" in order to get rid of that. [Not to mention, personally,
> the task of finding my own empathy- why it is that I say "I need to do
> something about this" but never actually do anything about it, why I
pretend
> I can "change the world" without touching it.]
>
> So my index consists of letters from Rachel Corrie, lifted from the
> Guardian. [Rachel Green had sent me the link.] Not just because she is a
> martyr- which is something I am worried about perpetuating- but because
they
> are really well written first hand accounts of what is going on over
> there.While the Palestinian / Israeli conflict has little to directly do
> with the war on Saddam, it was still Rachel Corrie- as per my last post-
> that made me realize I wasn't doing anything, not really, and to try to be
> authentic in who I was and how I presented myself, and to try to abandon
the
> bits of who I am that are fraudulent. Which is a whole lot, and I think
> that's true of everyone, but that is what war is about.
>
> This war is probably, really, not about oil or money or revenge, so much
as
> it is about neither the USA or the Iraqi government being willing to
accept
> that they are caught up in thier own ego agendas, the American Government
> refusing to admit its embargos are killing children, and the Iraqi
> Government refusing to admit they are a smaller, less powerful part of the
> world than they desire. You have these denials in place up and down the
> board in people, the secretaries and the phone operators, as well as the
> presidents and representatives, all wanting to believe they are working
for
> the side that stands for and does "the right thing." And I am not
suggesting
> relativity, or that everything is subjective, I'm saying this denial gets
in
> the way of accepting what they're actually doing. Neither side can admit
> this, so there will be violence to determine who is to blame for violence.
> The winner gets to look thier best in whatever instance the theatre is
> played out on in thier heads.
>
> The fact that entire governments get swept up into these games that are
> usually played out only in one on one relationships is a dangerous sign of
> what "solidarity" and "speaking with one voice" can do on a global scale.
> Which is why I don't want to start any mass movements or take part in
them,
> particularly one with a single minded message of "who is right, who is
> wrong," which is what the "NO WAR" banner does. What about our role in the
> war? What about our indirect support of the governments involved? If we
were
> dedicated to ending war, there are a lot of things I could do, but I don't
> do them because they are uncomfortable.
>
> So I am not putting up the "No War" banner because I don't want to simply
> satiate myself. I want to actually work on finding the ways I indirectly
> support war- and this is in my finances and my taxes, as well as it is in
my
> own brain and my own relationships with others, instead of masking that up
> with simple slogans and peace "actions". I have always been good at
> pretending I am peaceful, pretending I am concerned, pretending I "do the
> right things" or that I "do more than most people so it's okay." I mean
> that's blindness, really. And I feel that, quite simply put, the only
> "action" I can take at this level- since I am still driven by the need to
> "do something", is to get people to ask themselves honest questions with
me,
> and to find the truth of who they are when it comes to this one subject.
And
> I can't even do that, really, but Rachel Corrie can, so I'm giving up that
> tiny little part of the internet, that part of my "voice time," to let her
> do it, and I am hoping that that is the right thing to do, while I sort
this
> stuff out for myself.
>
> -e.
>
>
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "t.whid" <twhid@mteww.com>
> To: <list@rhizome.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2003 9:39 AM
> Subject: RHIZOME_RAW: NO WAR campaign
>
>
> > archive of this post:
> > http://www.mteww.com/cgi/mtaa-rr.pl/twhid/ff_nowar.html
> >
> > NO WAR campaign
> > And why MTEWW.com won't be taking part.
> >
> > FutureFarmers have replaced their homepage with an anti-war homepage
> > that says simply 'NO WAR' with links to resources and other 'NO WAR'
> > pages.
> >
> > I can't put mteww.com into the campaign because I don't believe in
> > the ideology behind the message. The <title> of the page reads "NO
> > BLOOD FOR OIL AND PROFIT!!!", I believe this is an overly simplistic
> > view of our current situation and a dangerous view to espouse. I
> > don't oppose the war for pacifist or ideological reasons, I oppose it
> > for security reasons. This war is going to make the world a more
> > dangerous place IMO. Also, the simple message of 'NO WAR' would lead
> > people to believe that I oppose all wars, but I don't. Sometimes
> > violence must be met with violence in order to achieve greater aims
> > (WWII being the example that everyone drags out).
> >
> > So, the FutureFarmer's 'NO WAR' message will not replace mteww.com's
> > index page, I'm not sure if M.River agrees with me but I maintain
> > mteww.com and I feel I'm allowed to make the decision.
> >
> > I encourage anyone who agrees with the ideology to take part. IMO the
> > message was simply sloppily crafted. I want my web site to give
> > information that's a bit more complex than what can fit on a picket
> > sign.
> > --
> > <twhid>
> > http://www.mteww.com
> > </twhid>
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