Slacker cyber conference - four days of digital delirium,
beer, shouting, art, writing, bombastic_argument

WHEN: May 30th - June 2nd 1996
WHERE: Hub Interc@fi, Walcott Street, Bath, England.
TEL: 44 1225 427 441
EMAIL: johanna nicholls

We have the tricknology to incite fuelled discussion during
DIGITAL CHAOS - a gathering of active ...

Just checked out pop~TARTS (, a
section of the new Telepolis Web site, by Kathy Rae Huffman and Margarete
Jahrmann. Looks really good. It's vitally important that we take up issues
around gender and new media, and I think Kathy and Margarete's ...

Mouktar Kocache and Jayce Salloum are bringing a group of eight artists,
filmmakers and others to Copenhagen to do a week-long project as part of
Update 96. *Here and Elsewhere* (Houna wa Hounak) will feature artists
from the Middle East and elsewere who deal with issues of
trans-nationalisms, critiques of ...

Icon on Silver:
Annual exhibition of the Soros center for Contemporary Arts - Skopje,
Macedonia. Exhibition and CD ROM presentation, starts June 13, 1996.

Contact: Ruzveltova 34, 91000 Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
tel/fax: 389.91.361.855

Deep Space
Art group Archimediala
April 15, 1996
Computer Interactive Installation

Presenting a deeper inner connection between the human and the space.
The project deals with the breathing of the universum.
Maximum of 9 visitors at one time.

Contact Address:
Nezavisen kulturen Centar Mala Stanica
Zeleznicka 18, 91000 Skopje, Republic ...

International Symposium on Art and Science
ATR, Japan 13 & 14 May 1996

ATR Advanced Telecommunications Research Laboratories and
the newly created MIC Media Integration & Communications
Research Laboratories are hosting an international symposium
dedicated to the relationship between Art, Science and Technology.

MIC Media Integration & Communications Research ...

Media Research Foundation

Media Research existed in various forms prior to officially becoming a
Foundation in 1990. The founding members were Gabor Bora, Aesthetician;
Andreas B


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Traditional media takes our experience of media and turns it into nostalgia.

What is interactive media doing to our desire? Is something analogous to
nostalgia being created from our experience of becoming?

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Date: 3.15.96
From: Sean Cubitt (
Subject: certain musics, certain canvases

Do ...

14th WORLD WIDE VIDEO FESTIVAL: 26-30 April 1996

Installations, video and CD-Rom on exhibit in the Haags Gemeentemuseum

The festival will focus on the achievements of media art in the widest sense;
drawing attention to new developments in international media art; the
critical consideration of the place and possibilities of ...

A real/virtual Internet travel project that was awarded the
Multi-media prize az the 9.Videofest/Berlin 1996.

"Television made me what I am…" - David Byrne, "Television Man"

Emailed a friend in New York, asked him what he was up to. Quite a lot, it
turns out. He's doing a lot of the hacking for Nam June Paik's next
performance in Japan. Following ELECTRONIC SUPER HIGHWAY: NAM JUNE ...

As far as the "Art World" is concerned I don't exist. I
don't make products that they can comfortably promote and
sell. As for the real world I don't work for a corporation
or a government, or a university, in other words I don't
exist or I am so marginal ...

The sun shines, having no alternative, on the living and the dead – a misquote
between Joyce and Beckett, but in any case a sniff at the curious difficulty of
dying. Death isn't the end, and if you're medieval Christian or technopagan, and
if the afterlife looks like a painted ...

The text cheerfully suggests that the digital age has come
to an end and that we are about to enter the 'memetic age'.
The reductive ideology of the binary code that ruled the
digital age has been superseded by a first glimps of
polymorphous, heterogeneous singularities called 'memes'.

The author ...

Most people will only think about the current situation in
Eastern Europe and Russia in objective terms: The lines are
bad, the computers might be old, there will be no money,
perhaps there is no proper training for the electronic
artists-to-be, not enough bandwith, too expensive access
providers, etc.

All ...