sachiko hayashi
Since the beginning
Works in Falerum Sweden

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BIO
works primarily with net art and video. Her works consistently aim at integrating use of technology and aesthetic/conceptual/social discourses. more info at www.e-garde.net
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EVENT

Hz New Issue


Dates:
Thu Oct 16, 2003 00:00 - Thu Oct 16, 2003

Hi,

It came to my attention that the URL of Hz I sent out earlier has
accidentally picked up the period at the end of the sentence and the
linkis not working. The URL should be: http://www.hz-journal.org as
stated at the end of the original message. Sorry about this. Below
you can find the message and how it should have been read.

Sachiko

*****

The new issue of Hz is now out at http://www.hz-journal.org

In this issue Hz presents the following articles:
The Aesthetics of Failure: "Post-Digital" Tendencies in Contemporary
Computer Music by Kim Cascone
Virtual Memorial : A Memorial As A Process- A Model Of The World by
Agricola de Cologne
Notes on Critical Black U.S. Performance Art and Artists by Clifford

Owens
The Edge of Artlessness: The video reflection, snap-shot, family and
self-portraiture; and almost losing it all by Jim Jeffers
(in Swedish) Industrimusiken - Fran elektronisk pornografi till
ockultism by Guido Zeccola

Hz Net Gallery presents the following 5 net art works:
confrontation by Annie Abraham & Clement Charmet
Twice-told Tales by Nicholas Economos
Hidden by Isabel Saij
Solenoides by Tamara Lai
Stop Motion Studies by David Crawford

Hz is a web journal published by Fylkingen in Stockholm. Fylkingen is

a non-profit art organization, established in 1933, the oldest forum
for experimental music and intermedia art in Sweden. Throughout its
history Fylkingen has been the driving force in the Swedish art scene
to introduce and promote unestablished art forms, the examples of which

include the music of Bartok and the video works of Nam June Paik as
well as electro-acoustic music during the '50s. Our members today
consist of leading composers/musicians, performance artists/dancers,
visual artists, etc..

Hz will be accepting submissions of articles and net art works for the

next number, due to be out in March/April 2004.
We are interested in
Articles:
previously published or unpublished on the topic of new media/net
art/digital music between 800 and 4000 words (preferably more than
1000 words) in English in RTF or word format. Plese send in your
article as an attachment to hz@fylkingen.se, subject: article
submission.
Net Art:
interactive only. Please submit your URL, brief description of the
work and short bio (or URL of your CV site) to hz@fylkingen.se,
subject: net art submission.

Hz: http://www.hz-journal.org
Hz Net Gallery: http://www.hz-journal.org/netg
Fylkingen: http://www.fylkingen.se


EVENT

Hz New Issue


Dates:
Thu Oct 16, 2003 00:00 - Wed Oct 15, 2003

The new issue of Hz is now out at http://www.hz-journal.org.

In this issue Hz presents the following articles:
The Aesthetics of Failure: "Post-Digital" Tendencies in Contemporary Computer Music


DISCUSSION

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS OF ARTICLES


CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS OF ARTICLES

Fylkingen's web journal Hz is looking for articles on the state of net art and/or new media. Previously published and unpublished articles in English are welcome to be submitted to hz@fylkingen.se in RTF format before the 20th of August.

Fylkingen is a non-profit organization in Stockholm, established in 1933, the oldest forum for experimental music and intermedia art in Sweden. Throughout its history, Fylkingen has been the driving force in the Swedish art scene to introduce and promote unestablished art forms, the examples of which include the music of Bartok and the video works of Nam June Paik as well as electro-acoustic music during the '50s. In the '90s Fylkingen introduced its journal Hz, which went on-line in 2000.

Hz: http://www.hz-journal.org
Fylkingen: http://www.fylkingen.se

For more information, please contact sachiko hayashi at hz@fylkingen.se.

DISCUSSION

Re: new release


well, does everything have to be functional, with one possible reason behind
every little thing possible ???????
can it be that the orange line symbolizes the linearity of our concept on
time? or maybe it's there because it looks nice and i felt like that went
well with the graphic composition? what do you reckon?
and, i am sorry, what was the 6 rules for internet art again?
sachiko

on 03-05-20 19.17, Eryk Salvaggio at eryk@maine.rr.com wrote:

>
> Anyone interested in the 6 Rules For Internet Art should look at this Flash
> piece and ask themselves why the orange line is following thier mouse.
>
> -e.
>
>

EVENT

new release


Dates:
Tue May 20, 2003 00:00 - Tue May 20, 2003

NEW RELEASE:

LAST MEAL REQUESTED

http://www.e-garde.com/lmr

net art, 2003, flash player required

Last Meal Requested investigates our human history through three incidents of the last 15 years - the Halabja massacre of 1988, the beating-up of Rodney King in 1992, and the public execution of a woman in Taliban-Afghanistan in 2001. The images from these three incidents are put under the light of historical context, thus juxtaposing our present with our past. At the same time the voices taken from various documentaries intermingle with them, offering personal perspectives on those social conditions. By so doing, Last Meal Requested plays with two poles on two different levels - the past/ the present, the society/ the individual.

My interest in creating Last Meal Requested has been to address our human behaviours within the context of complexities formed by our history and society: