>What's going on in your neck of the woods?

After a relatively sparse time, things seem to be gathering speed in
London. Theres' a scene, centred around the magazine Mute (run by Simon
Worthington and Pauline Van Moerik Broekman, mute@skyscr.demon.co.uk),
which showcases digital art, and contains ...


email: aleinikov@glas.apc.org

CINE FANTOM - for ten years it has been synonymous with Russian Parallel
Cinema (underground film scene). It was the name of an independent film
magazine and film festival, and now, we present the CINE FANTOM film ...

In Our Path, by Jeff Gates

A few words from the artist's introduction:

"In 1982 I began to photograph the Century Freeway Corridor in Los
Angeles. Initially, I had no idea what was taking place on this swath of
land. I only wanted to capture the sense of "abandoned suburbia" ...

The 'Cutting Edge' group is investigating leading edge
developments in design and media technologies, design
and media theories and feminism. There are eight members
of the group, five from the University of Westminster and three
from outside institutions. We have created a forum for research
and the generation and publication ...


Douglas Davis is no stranger to the art world, but by the standards of
anyone's definition of new media art, he's still on getting-to-know-you
terms with at least one of the new media, the Web, where his "Breaking Out
(of the Virtual Closet)" is currently on display. Plans ...

On May 21st and 22nd, in Teatro Miela, Trieste, Italy, a gentle
conversation is being organized by Ljubljana Digital Media Lab
with the title "Net.art per se".

The direct context is the festival "Teatro Telematico" that is
dedicated to the crossroads between art and technology in the era of ...

discord. sabotage of realities. - week of visual arts Hamburg 1996

All interested artists are invited to participate by sending their concepts
to Hamburg. A panel of artists and critics will review the concepts sent and
decide which projects may be realized. Those invited will be assisted
financially in the realization ...


Recently thinking about VRML. Did some info-hunting and turned up a number
of essays by Mark Pesce.

Found myself wondering why the obsession to reproduce the Earth as we know

…wondering why we need a 3-D representation of something [Internet] that is
already an abstraction. Do we need ...

@art gallery


@art gallery is pleased to announce
the opening of its latest exhibition.

SILENCE, a new web-based artwork
by Stephanie Cunningham, explores gender,
communciaton, and the construction of
identity on the internet.

Cunningham is an early ...

"icon aid" Workshop for the International Design Conference in Aspen 1996

***(Deutscher Text unten)
In the workshop "icon aid" we call upon Web designers to create free navigational
symbols and images for use in individual publishing or home pages. A large part
of the excitement from the Web stems from ...


Entering Heath Bunting's site via the front door (http://www.cybercafe.org),
you're reminded that, in terms of form at least, an essential element of comedy
is timing. Very few of the very many pages here exceed 3K, and for that alone, Bunting
deserves some sort of grant from ...

perhaps now three modes of the subject in the guise of friend, neighbour
and lover; and three parallel sociabilities of knowledge, economy and art:
knowledge called forth, economy compelled by desire and a yielding to
art's gravity;

thus the universalized homosociality of unitary modern man gives way under
stress to ...

At the recommendation of a friend, I just checked out "Implicate Beauty:
Computational Art by Brian Evans"

People often ask me what new media art is. I usually say that it's
contemporary art that uses new media technology. It's an easy ...


Convergence: The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies
Submission deadline: 30 October 1996.

We are seeking papers relating to research projects or case studies
on media technology and theory.
Papers addressing the work of people such as Deleuze and
Guattari, Paul Virilio, Donna Harroway, Pierre Levy ...



There is a point, of course, to attaching names to the periods stacked
back to back in time like dusty books on a shelf, no matter how nitpicky we
get when it comes to defining the distinctions between them. We lived
differently in each and we thought differently ...

The human being, characterized by a remarkable ability to process information, has extended
his phenotype further than any other species. Complex tools and technologies are an integral
part of our evolutionary "fitness".

Human evolution is fundamentally intertwined with technological development; the two can not
be considered apart from one another ...