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Wryting-L

Wryting-L is an email list for theory and writing, focusing on texts and comments presented by the participants. The list is managed out of the Department of History of Art at the University of Toronto. It is open to anyone, in or outside the University. The object is to provide a forum for writing and theory that may not fit within the confines of a particular discipline, in recognition of the recent interest in operating between and across theories and genres in the humanities and beyond. W...

Soundtoys.net

A website for new experiments in audio visual entertainment, sound and interactive art. Introduction In recognition of the pioneering experimental works continually being produced by artists for the internet Soundtoys.net has been established to provide a space for the exhibition of exciting new works by a growing community of audio visual artists, while also providing a forum for discourse around new technologies and the nature of soundtoys. The site is intended to provide a meeting point f...

www.amorphoscapes.com

The new digital labyrinths by Stanza. Interactive audio visual digital paintings and drawings for the internet. Beautiful paintings on the net, moving in three d. Journeys and experiments in audio visual sensual pleasure. A whole series of works investigating replication, cellular forms, pictures that you can interact with and generating sounds. Amorphoscapes move away from 'linear' pieces into a more non linear and interactive experience giving the audience some control over the artwork. Amorph...

Film-Philosophy: Deleuze Special Issue

Journal - Salon - Portal PO Box 26161, London SW8 4WD Deleuze Special Issue Announcing a forthcoming month of review-articles and replies: Film-Philosophy: Deleuze Special Issue vol. 5 nos 31-41, November 2001 Tom Conley, 'Film Theory After Deleuze' Stephen Arnott, 'Deleuze's Idea of Cinema' Eleanor Kaufman, 'Deleuze, Klossowski, Cinema, Immobility' Richard Smith, 'The Philosopher with Two Brains' Jinhee Choi, 'Bergson: Before the Deleuze' Joseph Nechvatal, 'La Bea...

Unknown – Inverse Contact List (html version)

The web version of my latest piece, unknown, is now live. lookout for a WAP version soon... This piece is an investigation of the negative space surrounding the space I am aware of in the US telephone naming space. Using a simple perl script, all numbers (over 1.23 billion) not in my Motorola starTAC's phonebook are listed in the manner of an internet search-engine. Unknown will also be released in a WAP-compatible version for viewing over cellphones in the near future. christopher otto...

Vigil of Planetary Netart

Metal and Flesh is proud to announce the first Vigil Of Planetary Netart The Vigil of Planetary NetArt is an annual event in which several members of today's cyber community have been asked to select a major work of NetArt and to comment on their selection. The definition of what constitutes a NetArt work has been willingly left wide open so that both guests and cybernauts must confront their perception of art. Chair et Métal est heureux de vous inviter à la première Veille Planétaire d'...

thinkcollective – daily creative output

readings. perspectives. observations. and other daily output. thinkcollective was created out of the need to gather moments of inspiration and glimpses of insight on a daily basis. the collective cultivates creative output which is exhibited daily at thinkcollective.org. the work exhibited represents a cross-disciplinary mix of media arts and design arts. the theme of "readings. perspectives. observations" instigates diverse interpretations of daily ephemera. thinkcollective ...

Netticker

A new program is downloadable on Teleferique Netticker* by Dawn & Patit http://www.491.org/teleferique/D/dawn&patit/netticker/netticker.html * mac & pc Teleferique site de telechargement ftp://www.491.org/teleferique http://www.teleferique.org downloading art siteWebsite: http://www.491.org/teleferique/D/dawn&patit/netticker/netticker.html

IM Collaborative Net Art Jam Session

Introducing: An improvisational collaborative net art form. IM Collaborative Net Art Jam Session Just get on AOL IM with a buddy and start making art. For example, laShyGirl2010: ive always given it all the credit silentsprawl: and it deserves that credit laShyGirl2010: yup silentsprawl: maybe you should say, it always told me to give it all the credit, which I did laShyGirl2010: at least subconsiously i did silentsprawl: yeah silentsprawl: :-P laShyGirl2010: =-O silent...

Powerlines

"A poetic documentary about the mystery of electro- magnetic fields, the promise of new energy and the dangers of electromagnetic pollution. With music, image, and dance, Powerlines explores the differences between the energy of life and the energy we have surrounded ourselves with." visit the new site documenting the Powerlines film, music & multitracked process of filmmaker, musician and composer Helen Hall. site content includes... - score: multitracked compositional fragments - ...

Under_score: Net Art, Sound, and Essays

Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) presents Under_score: Net Art, Sound, and Essays from Australia at http://www.bam.org/under_score, an online exhibition showcasing the works of nine Australian artists for whom the internet has emerged as one of the most significant arenas for artistic experimentation and multimedia production. The exhibit is part of Next Wave Down Under, BAM's month-long celebration of Australian arts and culture. The works presented here represent a vast diversity of approach...

The ABC Experiment

(Avatar Body Collision) This research process explores the encounter between the performer and the virtual body in cyberspace: stage merges with screen, cyberformance happens and our concepts of theatre are turned inside out. We are journeying through chat-rooms and email lists to discover a theatrical (r)evolution of language, meaning, performance and technology. helen varley jamieson: creative catalyst http://www.creative-catalyst.com http://www.writerfind.com/hjamieson.htmWebsi...

temple-bar.org

Temple Bar, Dublin's cultural quarter? A New Project by Conor McGarrigle commissioned by The Project Arts Centre, Dublin as part of the Graham Parker curated exhibition/event 'We're Not Really Here' Temple Bar is an area in the centre of Dublin designated as 'Dublin's cultural quarter', visitors to Dublin will know it as the tourist heart of Dublin. Originally Temple Bar was a run down area where cheap rents attracted artists and musicians making it one of the liveliest areas in the city....

Art Rules

Which are the rules that artists follow when they are at 'it'? Confessed to be true or not, part of a manifestoor a common sense outcome, we artists seem to carry on with certain rules in mind. Art Rules is a project devised by Angeliki Avgitidou. At this stage it is a call for artists to send in their rules. Your Art Rules do not have to follow a specific format or have a certain theme. They will be used to build a 'Universal Art Rules Machine', a machine that will randomly produce Art Rules...

Redeeming the Gene, Molding the Golem, Folding the Protein

You are invited to view my recent artwork, "Redeeming the Gene, Molding the Golem, Folding the Protein," a mythic parody that challenges current genetic engineering techniques, at www.sonyarapoport.net. After being considered a source of female evil for thousands of years, Lilith and Eve reinvent themselves by creating an ethical gene according to ancient Hebraic Kabbalah ritual. With this new gene they mold a golem, an artificial anthropoid. The kabbalah gene displaces the artist's gene t...

Shrink to Fit

Our new online-art project Shrink to Fit will continue to grow up to May 02, with a new contribution every month. Right now, we already have: Hervé Graumann (Geneva), Thomas Feuerstein (Innsbruck), Vladimir Muzhesky (NYC). Next will be John Klima (NYC). Other artists from Germany, France, Switzerland, USA, ++ will follow. The artists work within the constraints of a time-frame, their projects should not demand more than 3 - 5 minutes of the viewer's attention. What is discussed today in t...

FDL-Tribute to the Vasulkas / Hommage aux Vasulka

Le français suit ci-dessous Steina and Woody Vasulka: Instrumental Video http://www.fondation-langlois.org/e/collection/vasulka/archives/index.html Montreal, October 12, 2001 - The Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science, and Technology is proud to present a new section of its Web site dedicated to two pioneers of electronic art active since the late 1960s. Based on the archival documents in The Steina and Woody Vasulka Archives, this section marks the beginning of a research proces...

Réfléchir par hasard, pour un espace public agile

The work has been done in three steps. First one has been to find people living in the streets and ask them to "claps" in their hands in front of the camera. You have to understand that in Quebec people applause for almost anything....they are a good "public". The second steps has been to develop a relation with part 1 of the work and to present it on the web, in a "designed fashion" way. You have to understand that i don't think that people on the street should be put apart of are esthetics "di...

New Interactive Opportunities

You are warmly invited to join us - physically or virtually - for the launch of two new interactive installation pieces, 'The Huddersfield Tales' and 'the-phone-box'. These commissions, made in collaboration with Huddersfield Media Centre, open on Saturday October 13th. Join us there for wine from 6 til 8 pm, or log on to www.speakerscorner.org.uk from that date to add your contributions digitally! More information can be found at www.the-phone-book.com - if you run java and frames: go to...

Interview with Luis Miguel Girão

Interview with Roberta Buiani

Interview with Bill Seaman

Interview with Roger Malina

Interview with Pavel Smetana

Interview with Christa Sommerer

Interview with Annick Bureaud

Interview with Leonel Moura

Interview with Nina Czegledy

Interview with Alberto Abruzzese (Italiano)

Interview with Stelarc

Interview with Derrick de Kerckhove

Interview with Margarete Jahrmann

Interview with Jaromil

Interview with Laura Beloff

Interview with Alan Shapiro