PRIVATE/PUBLIC: Exhibitions/ Exhibitionism

PRIVATE/PUBLIC, also published by Edita, is described as a "virtual
exhibition". This CD-Rom documents the exhibition of the same name held
at the The Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki in Spring 1995. It is
very passable. Not an inspiring piece of multi-media but, as ...

The PHOTOSTATIC RETROFUTURIST is seeking submissions. Issue no. 1 will
appear in 1997.

PhotoStatic Magazine began publishing in 1983 as a magazine of graphic
artwork produced on the xerox machine. Over a period of some years, its
originally narrow scope grew to embrace all machine-based art.
PhotoStatic gradually acquired a ...

Telepolis Online Journal: Call for contributions and upcoming special
issues, topics

launch date: 1.2.97. topic: "digital cinema"

description/questions: how do computers affect the narrative language of
cinema? are computers just another tool for better special effects? will
there ever be something as "interactive cinema"? how do digital ...

Women with Beards

From January 1, 1997, you can download the calendar 'Women with Beards'
from http://www.dds.nl/~beards. This is a project by Jetty Verhoeff, Ine
Poppe and Agnes de Ruijter, three Dutch artists who are very active on
the Internet.

I have met two of them ...

IN THE RING: Keith Piper interviewed by James Flint (On Fortress Europe,
digital art and the CD-Rom "Caught like a Nigger in Cyberspace")

Keith Piper is a multi-media artist specialising in Computer Animation
and Interactive Multi-Media Production. He has exhibited work widely in
Europe and North America, and recently completed ...

Screening Report: Carl Stone, 11/6/96

I never heard of the word "repurposing" before 1995. I first heard it
when a woman putting together a multi-media CD-ROM included a video she
had shot for a different project. It was being "repurposed".

During a lecture at the School of the ...

Andrew Fearnside wrote:

The internet does not allow us to be "here and everywhere else at the
same time." Our bodies remain physically wherever we are, until we die.

True, we can see images on rectangular screens of any almost any
dimension from all over the world; we can ...

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS : v. 2.0
Perforations 8
all media

Dead On

"I remember her saying, 'I'm already dead, I'm already dead'." - White
Zombie

"At the fleeting extreme limit of myself, I am already dead, and in the
coming-to-birth of this state of death, I speak to the living ...

PERFORATIONS 7 – Terrorism, Propaganda, Demographics –

is now available at:
http://noel.pd.org/topos/perforations/perf7/perf7_index.html

PERFORATIONS 8
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
v. 1.01

At Death's Door

"Perhaps the single most triumphant denominator in Western culture is
its tendency to thematize the real in terms of ...

[…]

Victoria Vesna is a multimedia artist and teacher at the University of
California at Santa Barbara, and was a participant in ISEA96. The
following interview took place via e-mail in late October:

Robert Simon: It seems a commonplace claim of new media art theory that
current digital and networked ...

Visual Art; Searching for New Forms of Expression through the WEB.

Norwegian artist Vigdis Holen is involved in the pioneering work of
computer technology in the Fine Art scene. She has already taken a step
aside from traditional painting and printmaking towards the techniques
of the computer world as means ...

Discoveries in motion: 3e biennale d'art contemporain de lyon

cin

Hi Everyone,

This is an open invitation for you to participate in an exhibition being
organized by artnetweb at the ListCenter for the Visual Arts, MIT,
Cambridge MA.

The section I am doing is called Art Dirt- Im-port. You can participate
on any level from simple chat to full scale ...

Commenting on Vivian Selbo's *vertical blanking interval*
(http://www.adaweb.com/project/selbo/index.html), Kenseth Armstead wrote:

One of the things I liked about The web and web based art is that it was
the UN-televisioned broadcast medium. Their content, even with some
perceptual gymnastics, bears only the slightest ...

In correspondence with RHIZOME's Kenseth Armstead, Rick Siegel wrote:

[…]

I have a technology that lets me broadcast out to the internet without
the need to require users to download or configure anything. It
broadcasts full digital picture and high quality audio over ISDN speeds
or above. We are building ...

ICON ON SILVER [CD ROM]
http://www.soros.org.mk/scca/en/cd.htm

The first artistic CD ROM produced in the Balkans has been created in
the Republic of Macedonia, part of the former Yugoslavia, a country
located between the Southern border of the –remaining– rump Yugoslavia
and the ...