Rachel Greene
Since the beginning
Works in New York, Nebraska United States of America

BIO
Rhizome is friends and family for Rachel, who has been involved with the org. in one capacity or another since 1997 when it was rhizome.com!!
Rachel wrote a book on internet art for thames & hudson's well-known WORLD OF ART series: it was published in June 2004. She was a consultant and catalogue author for the 2004 Whitney Biennial. She has also written for publications including frieze, artforum, timeout and bomb.
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Fwd: [oldboys] new book: cyberfeminism. next protocols


Begin forwarded message:

> From: office <office@claudia-reiche.net>
> Date: December 10, 2004 9:38:59 AM EST
> To: faces <faces-l@lists.servus.at>, old boys <oldboys@lists.ccc.de>, =

> <filiale@thing.org>
> Subject: [oldboys] new book: cyberfeminism. next protocols
> Reply-To: oldboys@lists.ccc.de
>
> To the women of the world, sorry for crossposting:
>
> out now, published by autonomedia
>
> c y b e r f e m i n i s m. next protocols
>
> edited by Claudia Reiche and Verena Kuni
> design by Janine Sack
>
> In the beginning Cyberfeminism: Next Protocols was a call posted on
> mailing
> lists by the old boys network, the first international cyberfeminist
> alliance. Now Cyberfeminism: Next Protocols is a book that presents an
> introduction as well as an outlook for the large network of
> contemporary
> cyberfeminism. Protocols are both scientific records of observations =

> and
> coded commands for digital and human procedures of communication. next
> protocols reaches boldly into the utopian gap between the now and its
> possible futures.
> If gender is not obsolete, there is a stake in reformulating it under
> conditions ruled by the dominance of the digital medium and test its
> capacities to subvert cultural practices. cyberfeminism carries the
> fem in
> its center

DISCUSSION

Australia Council restructures: New media arts wasted


Begin forwarded message:

> From: "Frances d'Ath" <frances@zeroballet.info>
> Date: December 9, 2004 3:22:52 AM EST
> To: *all friends:
> Subject: Fwd: Australia Council restructures: New media arts wasted
>
> Dear everyone,
>
> Apologies to anyone who has already received this.
>
>
> begin forwarded message:
>
>
> From: Opencity <opencity@ozemail.com.au>
> Date: 9 December 2004 4:15:50 PM
> To: Press Release 7 <opencity@ozemail.com.au>
> Subject: Australia Council restructures: New media arts wasted
>
> IF YOU WISH TO BE TAKEN OFF THIS MAILING LIST PLEASE LET US KNOW
>
>

DISCUSSION

Revisiting Silicon Alley: 5 Years After New York City's Digital Media Boom


Begin forwarded message:

> From: "Wayne Ashley" <washley@lmcc.net>
> Date: December 8, 2004 4:09:01 PM EST
> Subject: Revisiting Silicon Alley: 5 Years After New York City's
> Digital Media Boom
>
> Hope you can make this talk.
>
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> -
> ----
> Back to the Alley: 5 Years After
>
> Monday December 13, 2004, 7 PM
> The Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts, Pace University, New York
> City
> 3 Spruce Street (Between Park and Gold, closer to Gold), NYC Free and
> open to the public
>
> Back to the Alley is the first retrospective analysis of the Silicon
> Alley dot-com scene that transformed Lower Manhattan into a hub of
> digital media production in the late- 1990s. This panel discussion will
> feature some of the leading figures of Silicon Alley, including:
> Nicholas Butterworth, former president & CEO of MTVi; Jeffrey Dachis,
> CEO/chairman of Studio Holdings (and former CEO/co-founder of
> Razorfish); Dan Pelson, former CEO and founder, Bolt.com, and Kevin
> Ryan, CEO of Doubleclick. Jason McCabe Calacanis, former editor and
> founder of Silicon Alley Reporter magazine, will moderate the panel.
>
> Presented by the Producers Guild of America (PGA) East, the National
> Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS), the Pace University
> Center for Advanced Media, and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council,
> Back to the Alley: 5 Years After will examine what the interactive
> media
> industry looks like in New York today; what lessons were learned from
> the late-90s (and, more importantly, how these lessons are being
> applied
> to today's work), and what the individual dot-com companies are doing
> with their precious nanoseconds in late-2004.
>
> If you would like to attend the event, please RSVP to
> https://www.123signup.com/event?id=fxxbs or call 212-894-4016.
>
> Back to the Alley is part of Downtown Digital Futures, LMCC's
> multi-year
> platform for artists, cultural planners, urban developers, and
> technologists to creatively explore the role of art and technology in
> the transformation of Lower Manhattan and other urban centers.
> Downtown
> Digital Futures includes public art installations, artists' talks,
> large-scale commissions, and a research and policy think tank. For more
> information, please visit http://www.lmcc.net/ddf
>
>
> --------------------------------------
> Wayne Ashley
> Curator of New Media & Public Programs
> 120 Broadway
> 31st Floor
> New York, NY 10271
> T 212-219-9401 x106
> F 212-219-2058
>

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