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] Women in Games Conference in Scotland


> From: cornelia sollfrank <cornelia@snafu.de>
> Date: February 7, 2005 10:41:12 AM EST
> To: oldboys@lists.ccc.de
> Subject: [oldboys] Women in Games Conference in Scotland
> Reply-To: oldboys@lists.ccc.de
>
> The second annual Women In Games Conference in Britain has been
> announced for August 8th, 9th and 10th at the University of Abertay in
> Dundee, Scotland. The conference will attempt to highlight the most
> recent, groundbreaking work in computer game research and development
> to
> both academic and industrial worlds.
>
> The aim of the conference is fourfold: to analyze the role of women in
> the
> videogame industry; to discuss the future of games that appeal to
> female
> gamers; to provide an opportunity for women in the videogame industry
> to
> network; and to provide an opportunity to present and
> discuss the latest videogame research.
>
> A call for papers is currently being made for the conference, with the
> following subjects being highlighted as possible topics: history of
> women
> in computing and computer games, issues facing women in the games
> industry, games and education, games and usability, understanding
> gameplay, motivation in gaming, depiction of females in games, avatars
> as
> female role models, design and usability considerations for
> women/girls and cultural variation in gameplay.
>
> Further details can be found at the official website, with the deadline
> for submissions being March 21st.
>
> http://www.womeningames.com/
>
>
>
>
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Finishing Funds for NY-state Artists


Hi -- I got some brochures in the mail from the historic Experimental
Television Center. They are offering finishing funds to NY artists
making moving image, sonic art, film, video, digital and web-based art.
New York-staters can email me and I can send them the brochures
(supplies are limited) or just look here in the grants section:

http://www.experimentaltvcenter.org/

Good luck!

Rachel Greene
Executive Director, Rhizome.org
Adjunct Curator
New Museum of Contemporary Art
210 Eleventh Ave, NYC, NY 10001

tel. 212.219.1222 X 208
fax. 212.431.5328
ema. rachel@rhizome.org

DISCUSSION

Fwd: Mendi+Keith on WNYC


Begin forwarded message:

> From: Mendi Lewis Obadike <mendi@blacknetart.com>
> Date: January 27, 2005 8:20:37 PM EST
> To: mendi <mendi@blacknetart.com>
> Subject: Mendi+Keith on WNYC
>
> Dear Friends:
>
> We're writing to let you know that our album, The Sour Thunder, is
> going to be featured tonight on WNYC's New Sounds program about
> "musical storytelling". The show also features work by Vijay Iyer and
> Mike Ladd, Laurie Anderson, Frances-Marie Uitti & Paul Griffiths, and
> Jerry Granelli and Rinde Eckert. The show will broadcast at 11pm. You
> can listen to it on 93.9 fm in New York or you can listen online:
>
> <http://www.wnyc.org/shows/newsounds/episodes/current>
>
>
> After tonight, you can hear the show in the archives:
>
> http://www.wnyc.org/shows/newsounds/archive.html
>
> Hope all are well,
> Mendi+Keith
>
>
>
> =====
> Mendi Lewis Obadike
> http://blacknetart.com
>

DISCUSSION

[oldboys] hack.it.art in Berlin - Next Events


> From: Tatiana Bazzichelli <t.bazzichelli@mclink.it>
> Date: January 26, 2005 6:03:38 AM EST
> To: oldboys@lists.ccc.de
> Subject: [oldboys] hack.it.art in Berlin - Next Events
> Reply-To: oldboys@lists.ccc.de
> Reply-To: t.bazzichelli@mclink.it
>
> hack.it.art
> Hacktivism in the Context of Art and Media in Italy
> From January 15th till February 27th 2005
> Opening hours: Tuesday till Sunday from 12 till 7 pm
>
> The project hack.it.art is an exhibition and event about technological,
> artistic and political activism in Italy. For six weeks, from the 14th
> of January till the 27th of February, the exhibition will take place at
> the Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien in Berlin. There will be workshops
> and
> events on various aspects of Hacktivism. Some of the exhibition space
> will become a temporary media lab for workshops to take place.
>
> Next Events:
> In cooperation with: Transmediale/Club Transmediale
>
> Workshop
> 5th/6th, February 2005
> Hacking TV: How to build a Telestreet
> During the workshops the instructions to build a Telestreet will be
> given to the public; max 20 partecipants. 5th February, 2.00-6.00
> pm/6th
> February 12.00 am/3.30 pm.
> - Agnese Trocchi, Candida TV (www.candidatv.tv Rome, IT)
> - Federico Bucalossi, Nothuman (www.nothuman.net Florence, IT)
> - Alexandra Weltz, filmmaker (Berlin, D)
>
> Panels
>
> 6th, Feburary, 4.00 pm
> Hacking the Body
> cyberfeminism panel: radical and ironical uses of technology through
> female bodies.
> first section (4.00-5.30 pm):
> - Cornelia Sollfrank, artist and cyberfeminist www.obn.org (Hamburg, D)
> - Agnese Trocchi, Candida TV www.candidatv.tv (Rome, IT)
> discussion with the public
> Projection of the video (5.30 pm):
> "Bio Doll's Baby" by Franca Formenti www.francaformenti3.org (Varese,
> IT), special guest Dahlia Schweitzer www.thisisdahlia.com (New York
> USA/Berlino, D)
> second section (6.00-7.30 pm):
> - Diana McCarty, Bootlab www.bootlab.org (Berlin, D)
> - Betty, Sexyshock www.ecn.org/sexyshock (Bologna, IT)
> discussion with the public
> - Moderation: Tatiana Bazzichelli, AHA www.ecn.org/aha (Rome,
> IT/Berlin, D)
>
> 8th, February, 7.00 pm
> Hacktivism. Was tun?/Che fare?
> panel on the present and future of hacktivism; with:
> first section:
> - Susanne Schmidt, Informationsfreiheiten.de (Berlin, D)
> - Tommaso Tozzi, Hacker Art www.hackerart.org (Florence, IT)
> second section:
> - Sebastian Lutgert, Textz.com www.textz.com (Berlin, D)
> - Freaknet.org (www.freaknet.org Catania, IT)
> discussion with the public
> - Moderation: Alessandro Ludovico, Neural www.neural.it (Bari, IT)
>
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> hack.it.art is presented by AHA: Activism-Hacking-Artivism project
> (www.ecn.org/aha) and curated by Tatiana Bazzichelli and Alexandra
> Weltz.
>
> Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien | Mariannenplatz 2, 1o997 Berlin |
> Tel.: (o3o) 9o298-14 55 | Fax: -14 53 |
> bethanien@kunstraumkreuzberg.de.de | www.kunstraumkreuzberg.de |
> Leiter:
> Stephane Bauer, Projektmitarbeiterinnen: Ulrike Ettinger, Katharina
> Ballhausen, Julia Schonlau
> More info on: www.ecn.org/aha
>
> --
>
>
>
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> /c_"/ Tatiana Bazzichelli
> //_/\__ web site: http://www.ecn.org/aha
> / http://www.strano.net/bazzichelli
> /____ e-mail: t.bazzichelli@mclink.it
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INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY at New York State Council for the Arts


Begin forwarded message:

> From: "Arian Blanco" <ablanco@nysca.org>
> Date: January 25, 2005 6:55:09 PM EST
> To: <rachel@rhizome.org>
> Subject: INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY at New York State Council for the Arts
>
> ****Please Post & forward to anyone that may be interested***
>
>


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