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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DISCUSSION

The Upgrade! w/Michael Mandiberg :: Feb 24 7:30 PM


Begin forwarded message:

> From: Yael Kanarek <yael@treasurecrumbs.com>
> Date: February 18, 2005 8:41:55 AM EST
> To: theupgrade@treasurecrumbs.com
> Subject: The Upgrade! w/Michael Mandiberg :: Feb 24 7:30 PM
>
> Dear all,
>
> We're gathering next Thursday, February 24 at Eyebeam for a talk with
> Michael Mandiberg.
>
> Michael will be speaking about his web and video projects which
> explore subjectivity, technological
> mediation, and (public) performance. He will also be previewing a new
> project made in collaboration
> with Julia Steinmetz entitled "IN Network." "IN Network" is a cell
> phone, life art performance, which
> will launch March 1st. "IN Network" is commissioned by Turbulence.org.
>
> Michael is a new media artist who uses the Internet, video and
> performance to explore subjectivity,
> labor, and commerce. He is interested in our everyday experience of
> the Internet: all of the forms
> that we thoughlessly engage with in our everyday life as
> info-consumers. These include the home
> page, the search engine, the banner advertisement, the do-it-yourself
> site, and the e-commerce site.
> He inserts personal information into these depersonalized genres.
>
> His recent projects include the DVD exhibition First Person in
> collaboration with Carla Herrera-Prats
> and Anne-Julie Raccoursier, and The Exchange Program, a collaborative
> performance where four
> sets of two people switched lives for 11 days. In 2001 he completed a
> yearlong project,
> Shop Mandiberg, which was a fully functional e-commerce web site that
> marketed and
> sold every one of his personal possessions.
>
> URL: http://mandiberg.com
>
> When/Where:
> Thursday, February 24, 7:30 PM
> Eyebeam
> 540-548 west 21st street (bet 10 & 11 Ave)
>
> http://www.treasurecrumbs.com/theupgrade/
>
> Best,
> Yael Kanarek
>
> About our host: Eyebeam is a not-for-profit organization established
> in 1996. Through its Education, Moving Image
> and Exhibition divisions the organization works to expand the public's
> appreciation and understanding of media art.
> As part of its mission and efforts to provide support for artists
> working within the intersection of art, science, and
> technology, Eyebeam is excited to act as host for The Upgrade! events
> and activities since April 2000.
>
> Yael Kanarek :: NYC
> :: WORLD OF AWE = http://www.worldofawe.net
> :: new media initiatives = http://www.treasurecrumbs.com
>
>

DISCUSSION

Forthcoming Electra Events


Begin forwarded message:

> From: Lina Dzuverovic <lina@electra-productions.com>
> Date: February 15, 2005 2:33:00 PM EST
> To: <anne@thewire.co.uk>
> Subject: Forthcoming Electra Events
>
> Welcome to this very occasional mailout about forthcoming events
> produced by
> Electra (http://www.electra-productions.com):
>
> 1. The Wire Sound System, Philip Jeck, Hayley Newman live at the
> Barbican
> Art Gallery
>
> 2. Politics Of Sound/Culture Of Exchange online panel (Tate Modern
> online)
> with John Oswald, Douglas Kahn, Kenneth Goldsmith, chaired by
> Electra's Lina
> Dzuverovic
>
> 3. Tate Modern: Sound And The 20th Century Avant Garde Course - now
> open for
> bookings
>
> -------------------------
>
>
> 1.__________________ BARBICAN GALLERY EVENTS
> A series of sound and performance events in the gallery presented by
> Electra
> in collaboration with the Barbican Art Gallery during Christian
> Marclay's
> major retrospective (23rd February - 27th April 2005).
>
> 23 Feb/6.30-8.00pm
> THE WIRE SOUND SYSTEM
> DJ duo The Wire Sound System, affiliated with British music magazine
> The
> Wire, transports you to the outer edges of sound though a selection of
> plunderphonic sounds by artists such as John Oswald, People Like Us,
> Negativland, Shame 69, Richard X, Jim O'Rourke, John Zorn and, of
> course,
> Christian Marclay.
>
> 30 March/7.00-8.00pm
> PHILIP JECK
> A rare chance to catch the experimental turntablist breathing life
> into his
> extraordinary orchestra of ageing Dansette phonographs.
>
> 20 April/7.00pm - 8.30pm
> HAYLEY NEWMAN
> Hayley Newman, Aleks Kolkowski and special guests invite you to an
> evening of live record cutting karaoke. Leave the gallery with a true
> collector's item: a unique 7" of your own performance.
>
> go to:
> http://www.electra-productions.com/current/barbican_events/index.html
> or: http://www.barbican.org.uk/gallery/talks.htm
>
> 2.__________________POLITICS OF SOUND/CULTURE OF EXCHANGE ONLINE FORUM
>
> Join John Oswald, Kenneth Goldsmith (UbuWeb) and Douglas Kahn (author
> of
> Noise, Water, Meat) online in a discussion around the implications of
> cultures of exchange on artistic practice. Moderated by Lina Dzuverovic
> (Electra), the discussion is titled Cultures of Exchange/Politics Of
> Sound
> and is part of London Tate Modern's online season 'd_culture'. The
> forum
> focuses on the creative applications and ramifications of the cultures
> of
> downloading, sampling and cut-ups and runs until 23 March 2005.
>
> Starting points for discussion include: The Politics of Sound, History
> of
> Sound Collage, Collecting, Artists' Practice, Distribution and the
> Culture
> of Exchange.
> go to http://www.tate.org.uk/onlineevents/archive/d_culture/#outline
>
>
> 3.____________SOUND AND THE 20TH CENTURY AVANT GARDE COURSE AT TATE
> MODERN
>
> Mondays 13 June - 18 July, 18.30-20.30, Tate Modern
> Led by Lina Dzuverovic, Rob Young and Anne Hilde Neset
>
>> From the noises of Futurism and Dada to the silence of John Cage and
>> the
> sonic readym! ades of Christian Marclay, this course gives an overview
> of
> sound art and explores its connections with the wider artistic
> avant-garde
> over the past century.
>
> The course covers experimental compositional techniques, the
> materiality of
> sound, the relationship between acoustics and architecture, and the
> confluence between sound, film and performance. It ends by considering
> contemporary plunderphonic outputs, effects of sampling and 'copyleft'
> strategies of the 'Creative Commons'. Lectures are illustrated with
> listening sessions, video clips and artist
>
> This course ran in October and November and due to the overwhelming
> response it will be run again this summer.
>
> Now open for bookings at:
> http://www.tate.org.uk/modern/eventseducation/coursesworkshops/
> soundandtheav
> antgardesummer05fasttrack2543.htm
>
>
> ------------------------------
> ELECTRA
> 38 Kingsland Road
> Unit 4
> Perseverance Works
> London E2 8DD
> UK
>
> e: lina@electra-productions.com
> mob: +44 (0) 7968 141 152
> fax: +44 (0) 20 7739 5266
> http://www.electra-productions.com
> ------------------------------
>

DISCUSSION

Fwd: Kissing - a public service valentine broadcast


Begin forwarded message:

> From: Susan Collins <susan@inhabited.net>
> Date: February 13, 2005 2:11:06 PM EST
> To: <kissing@inhabited.net>
> Subject: Kissing - a public service valentine broadcast
>
> Kissing - a public service valentine broadcast
>
> For all you lonely hearts out there - or those willing to engage in a
> bit of
> extra-sensory binaural experience, and know their right from their
> left...this is a headphones-only experience, a public service
> valentine/installation for your ears....
>
> A Resonance fm valentines night special
> Tuesday 15th February 1:00am - 6:00am GMT
> Resonance 104.4 fm London
> http://www.resonancefm.com (live streaming)
>
>
>
>
>
>

DISCUSSION

Fwd: Call for Proposals - Cabinet's new series of CDs and DVDs


This is an excellent opportunity to work with great people....

Begin forwarded message:

> From: Cabinet Magazine <info@cabinetmagazine.org>
> Date: February 12, 2005 7:40:57 AM EST
> To: info@cabinetmagazine.org
> Subject: Call for Proposals - Cabinet's new series of CDs and DVDs
>
> Cabinet magazine is initiating a new series of CD/DVDs.
>
> This new series will focus on artist projects, documentary projects,
> scientific projects, and presentations of unusual ideas or histories.
> While "musical" work will be considered, the editors are particularly
> interested in conceptual projects.
>
> Contributions can be in the form of audio, video, text, or image in
> any combination. Each CD/DVD will have 1-3 projects.
>
> We will be producing two CDs/DVDs a year. There will be a rolling
> deadline. The first deadline is August 15, 2005. Subsequent deadlines
> are every six months from the first date.
>
> Send proposals and any other communication to
> <brian@cabinetmagazine.org> and <christoph@cabinetmagazine.org>. The
> most up-to-date information will always be found at
> http://www.cabinetmagazine.org/information/submissions_cd.php
>
> Christoph Cox and Brian Conley
> Editors-at-large/CD Editors
> Cabinet Magazine

OPPORTUNITY

Rhizome Net Art Commissions -- Call for Proposals


Deadline:
Wed Feb 09, 2005 10:35

RHIZOME.ORG NET ART COMMISSIONS

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

+ Deadline for proposals: March 23, 2005 +
Rhizome.org is pleased to announce that with support from Greenwall
Foundation, the Jerome Foundation, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the
Visual Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts, between eight and
ten new net art projects (works of art that are made to be experienced
online) will be commissioned in 2005.

The fee for each commission will range from $1,500



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