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adel sherovalec on 1 Feb 2001 14:26:12 -0000


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felix,
sorry about the silly 'riding the waves' post
i was playing a joke on my friend tracey
regards
adel


>From: Announcer <nettime-l {AT} bbs.thing.net>
>Reply-To: Announcer <nettime-l {AT} bbs.thing.net>
>To: nettime-l {AT} bbs.thing.net
>Subject: <nettime> Announcements [10]
>Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 20:20:04 -0500
>
>Table of Contents:
>
>    http://meta.am/     -   vocal extraction
>      m e t a <meta {AT} meta.am>
>
>    sports in cyberculture
>      Yukihiko Yoshida <yukihiko {AT} sfc.keio.ac.jp>
>
>    invitation - opening subREAL in Bucharest
>      "irina" <irina {AT} icca.ro>
>
>    Ghost Train
>      Vanessa Black <whitecube {AT} asia.com>
>
>    The CIAC's Electronic Magazine - no.12
>      courrier {AT} ciac.ca
>
>    Privacy in the wireless world - Feb. 8 - Privacy Lecture Series
>      Ana Viseu <ana.viseu {AT} utoronto.ca>
>
>    for announcer
>      "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
>
>    ISEA ANNOUNCEMENT (English/Francais)
>      Felix Stalder <stalder {AT} fis.utoronto.ca>
>
>    Berlin - NetPolitics Happy Hour - Fri Feb 9
>      Steven Clift <slc {AT} publicus.net>
>
>    Call for Net Artists
>      "Brooke Singer" <brookesinger {AT} hotmail.com>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 00:10:32 -0700
>From: m e t a <meta {AT} meta.am>
>Subject: http://meta.am/     -   vocal extraction
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>http://meta.am/sound/octave/vox/
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>humanize something free of error.
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>//m
>127.0.0.1
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>http://meta.am/
>216.71.169.143
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>Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 22:40:21 +0900
>From: Yukihiko Yoshida <yukihiko {AT} sfc.keio.ac.jp>
>Subject: sports in cyberculture
>
>Hello,List.
>This is Yukihiko YOSHIDA writing.
>I am looking for any infomation in the relationship
>between sports and cyberculture,or dance and the one.
>If you have any infomation,please let me know.
>
>Best Wishes from TOKYO
>
>Yukihiko YOSHIDA
>
>- --Yuk;-)iko YOSHIDA
>Yukihiko YOSHIDA
>Keio University,Graduate School for Media and Governance
>moderator of Dance Mailing List:
>        <http://www.sfc.keio.ac.jp/~yukihiko/danceml.html>
>e-mail address : yukihiko {AT} sfc.keio.ac.jp
>webpage: http://www.sfc.keio.ac.jp/~yukihiko/
>closest fax number: <:none>
>current BGM:<Can't take my eyes off you/BoysTownGang>
>Travel Path:<none>
>currnet physical location:<tokio,kanagawa,fujisawa>
>current physical status: < happy>
>PGP Key <not ready yet>
>trans(c) Yukihiko Yoshida 2001
>
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>------------------------------
>
>Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 15:47:17 +0200
>From: "irina" <irina {AT} icca.ro>
>Subject: invitation - opening subREAL in Bucharest
>
>
>
>S.P.A.C.E.  Gallery - International Center for Contemporary Art, =
>Bucharest,
>SINDAN Cultural Center,
>
>FRAME - Finish Fund for Art Exchange Helsinki,
>
>Balkon Cluj Contemporary Art Magazine
>
>
>Cordially invites you, on Wednesday January 31, 18:00 to attend the =
>opening of
>
>
>subREAL
>
>"Interviewing the cities: Helsinki"
>
>=95
>
>followed by the launching of the Balkon Cluj Magazine, no 5, special =
>issue focussing on visual arts in Finland.
>
>=95
>
>The events will be honored by the presence of His Excellency Mr. Pekka =
>Harttila, The Ambassador of Finland in Romania.
>
>The exhibition is on view until the 16th of February 2001 in =20
>
>S.P.A.C.E. Gallery - ICCA, str.Selari nr.9-11, access from Intrarea =
>Soarelui 1, tel/fax: 313.51.10; 313.51.11.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>_________________________________________________________________
>
>"Interviewing the cities" took shape in the mid 90s at K=FCnstlerhaus
>Bethanien; was continued in 1997-1998 at the Akademie Schloss Solitude,
>Stuttgart. It was developed in: Vienna, with the support of =
>KulturKontakt;
>Amsterdam, through the financing of Stichting De Appel; Helsinki, =
>through a
>residency from the Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art, also supported =
>by Sindan Cultural Center, Cluj.=20
>
>A sequel to the projects "The Art History Archive" and "Serving Art",
>"Interviewing The Cities" aims at documenting private histories in =
>relation
>with institutions (political, cultural) and sites (architectural, =
>natural).
>The project is structured in three steps; main medium - b & w =
>photography;
>main strategy - interaction with people and environments.=20
>Steps:
>1. "Re-enacting....". A series of double portraits of "visual =
>communities"
>(artists, curators, critics, collectors, architects, etc.). Using the
>semiotic filter of technical photography, "Re-enacting...." recycles the
>knowledge from the "Serving Art" series as a procedure for documenting =
>the
>role of the human factor within the art mechanisms.
>
>2. "Framing..." An exploration of urbanism, as manifest in the =
>historical
>development of representational buildings, cityscapes, parks etc. And a
>visual research on the relation between nature and city through =
>landscape
>design. Inspired by the clich=E9s of institutional tourism, the series =
>is
>illustrating the connections between architecture/natural habitat and =
>Power
>.
>3. "Listening to Sculpture" A thread based on the ambiguous function =
>public
>monuments fill in the process of building mentalities. Generating
>referential energies ignored by the city dwellers at the level of
>consciousness, monuments are pivotal in the analysis=20
>
>The present exhibition of subREAL shows a selection of large scale b&w =
>photographs made in Helsinki in June-July 2000. The outcome is a =
>subjective record to certain ways of building private and collective =
>memory, of defining human identities and the way they relate to =
>institutional representations of power politics.
>_______________________________________________________________________
>
>Balkon Cluj Magazine, no 5, special issue focussing on visual arts in =
>Finland, presents a selection of representative texts and images =
>illustrating the Finnish contemporary art. From the content:: "How =
>Finnish is the Finnish art?" - text de Marketta Seppalla, director of =
>Frame Helsinki; "Great Balls of Fire" - Mikka Hannula, rector of the Art =
>Academy in Helsinki; "High hopes for Finnish cinema's success stories" - =
>Antti Selkokari;"Northern lights From the Early Avatars to Human Drama" =
>- -  Kari Yliannala. Balkon no. 5 was issued with the support of Sindan =
>Cultural Center and FRAME. Editors of the Finnish selection: Calin Dan =
>and Marketta Seppala=20
>
>
>
>
>_________________________________________________________________________=
>
>
>ICCA - S.P.A.C.E.  Gallery is a multidisciplinary project aimed at =
>promoting European contemporary art and is supported by the Romanian =
>Ministry of Culture EUROART The European Cultural Fund for Romania, =
>financed by the European Union
>
>_________________________________________________________________________=
>_
>
>subREAL
>(C=E3lin Dan/Josif Kir=E1ly)
>
>established 1990, Bucuresti, Romania
>based in Amsterdam/Bucuresti
>
>Best known shows:
>
>Solo:
>1994 - Center for Contemporary Art - Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw
>1995 - K=FCnstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin
>1996 - Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
>1997 - Waschhaus Potsdam
>1998 - Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart
>
>Group:
>1992 - Istanbul Biennial, Fezhane, Istanbul
>1993 - Venice Biennial - Aperto, Corderie dell'Arsenale, Venice
>1994 - "Naturart", Ernszt Museum, Budapest
>1995 - "Beyond Belief", Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
>OSTranenie. Das Internationale Video Forum an der Stiftung Bauhaus
>Dessau
>1996 - "Manifesta 1", Kunsthal, Rotterdam
>"Beyond Belief", Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia
>1997 - Ludwig Forum f=FCr Internationale Kunst, Aachen
>SITE Santa Fe, Santa Fe
>"2000 - 3.ArtSpace + Interface", Neue Galerie am Johaneum, Graz
>1998 -  Berlin Biennale, Postf=FChramt, Berlin
>1999 - Venice Biennial, Romanian pavilion
>"After the Wall", Moderna Museet, Stockholm
>2000 - "Unlimited.Nl-3", Stichting De Appel, Amsterdam
>"L'Autre Moiti=E9 de l'Europe", Jeu de Paume, Paris
>Internationale Kurzfilmtages, Oberhausen
>
>Lectures and performances at: Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam;
>Literaturhaus Berlin; Universit=E4t Gesamthochschule, Paderborn; Photo =
>and
>Film Academy, G=F6teborg; Art Academy Stockholm; High School for Design,
>Pforzheim; Art Academy, Stuttgart; Merz Akademie, Stuttgart; Art & Tech
>Institute, Linz.
>
>Residencies:
>1995-1996 -  K=FCnstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin
>1997-1998 - Akademie "Schloss Solitude", Stuttgart
>1999 - Schloss Pl=FCschow - Meckelenburgisches K=FCnstlerhaus, =
>Pl=FCschow;
>Kultur Kontakt, Vienna
>2000 - Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art, Helsinki
>2001 - Kloster Cismar/Gr=F6mitz
>
>Grants:
>1995-1996 - Philip Morris Kunstf=F6rderung
>    =20
>
>****************************************************************
>Irina Cios
>Director
>Centrul International pentru Arta Contemporana - CIAC - Bucuresti
>International Center for Contemporary Arts - ICCA - Bucharest
>Str. Selari nr. 9-11, sect. 3
>PO-BOX 1-827
>tel/fax: 40.1.313.5110, 40.1.313.5111
>http://www.icca.ro
>
>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 15:22:42 +0100
>From: Vanessa Black <whitecube {AT} asia.com>
>Subject: Ghost Train
>
>
>
>White Cube are happy to present:
>
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>GHOST TRAIN
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>------------------------------
>
>Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 16:41:37 -0500
>From: courrier {AT} ciac.ca
>Subject: The CIAC's Electronic Magazine - no.12
>
>
>*advance apologies for cross-posting*
>
>The CIAC's Electronic Art Magazine - No.12 - January 2001
>
>The twelfth issue of the CIAC's Electronic Art Magazine is now on line.
>It focuses on Web art produced in East-Central Europe. This issue
>includes the following articles:
>
>*Feature: The Ground for Net Art in the Former Eastern Block (Central
>and Eastern Europe) by Rossitza Daskalova
>*Perspective: Behind the Cyrillic Curtain: notes on Internet art and
>culture in Russia  by  Katherine Liberovskaya
>*Spotlight:  Media Arts: the Hungarian Model by Nina Czegledy
>*2 Interviews: Olia Lialina and Igor Stromajer, Krassimir Terziev
>*Reviews of Web Projects by: Apsolutno, Vuk Cosic, Petko Dourmana, Tiia
>Johannson & Raivo Kelomees + al., Olia Lialina, Calin Man, Slobodan
>Miladinov, Alexei Shulgin & Natalie Bookchin, Igor Stromajer, Teo
>Spiller
>* Review of ISEA2000 by Sylvie Parent
>
>
>We also published Alex Galloway's conference that took place
>during la Biennale de Montréal 2000.
>(see the "Conference" page in the Biennale de Montréal 2000 section)
>
>
>Welcoming all our readers!
>
>Sylvie Parent and Rossitza Daskalova
>The CIAC's Electronic Art Magazine
>http://www.ciac.ca
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 22:33:55 -0500
>From: Ana Viseu <ana.viseu {AT} utoronto.ca>
>Subject: Privacy in the wireless world - Feb. 8 - Privacy Lecture Series
>
>PRIVACY LECTURE SERIES
><http://privacy.openflows.org>
>
>
>"Privacy in the Wireless World"
>Thursday, February 8, 2001
>7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
>
>Mike Gurski
>Senior Policy and Technology Adivisor
>Information Privacy Commission of Ontario
>
>140 St. George, Room 728
>Faculty of Information Studies (building adjacent to Robarts Library)
>University of Toronto
>
>
>As more and more communication media are going wireless, it becomes urgent
>to analyze the privacy implications of a wireless world. This is the aim of
>Mike Gurski's lecture. To do so he departs from the general questions of
>what is wireless and why we should be concerned about privacy in a wireless
>world, to then engage in a schematic analysis of the privacy goals in a
>wireless world and what different organizations and institutions can do to
>achieve them. Mike Gurski will then draw on his personal experience to
>offer a case study which illustrates the different problems and solutions
>of a wireless future.
>
>
>Mike Gurski is the Senior Policy and Technology Adivisor for the
>Information Privacy Commission of Ontario. Mike has published articles on
>e-mail encryption and P3P (Platform for Privacy Preferences), a privacy
>specification for the Web, as well as papers on Privacy Design Principles
>and Privacy Impact Assessments for Integrated Justice Technology Systems.
>This was done in partnership with the United States Justice Department's
>Office of Justice Programs. Mike also consults with the Ontario Government
>on their Enterprise Information Architecture, Public Key Infrastructure
>Inititiatives and Smart Card Project. Mike is also a member of the Policy
>Outreach Group the World Wide Consortium that is implementing 
>P3Pinitiative.
>
>
>To register for the Privacy Lecture Series email list please go to
><http://privacy.openflows.org>
>
>
>For more info contact:
>Ana Viseu <aviseu {AT} oise.utoronto.ca>
>Robert Guerra <robert {AT} cryptorights.org>
>- ----++++----++++----
>Tudo vale a pena se a alma nao e pequena.
>http://fcis.oise.utoronto.ca/~aviseu
>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 15:04:26 +1100
>From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
>Subject: for announcer
>
>http://conferences.oreilly.com/p2p/tim_letter.html
>
>The first and most important conference on P2P
>The O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer Conference
>Westin St. Francis Hotel, San Francisco, CA
>February 14-16, 2001
>- 
>----------------------------------------------------------------------------
>- ----
>
>Space is Limited. Register Early
>A conference update from Tim O'Reilly
>
>The P2P Conference program has been finalized. There are over fifty 
>sessions
>in three tracks, covering everything from file sharing systems to
>distributed computation, Web services, and p2p architectures for mobile and
>embedded systems. Expect hard-core technical content, as well as a strong
>business track, covering business models, market opportunities, and
>application case studies for peer-to-peer technologies.
>Check out our lineup of more than ninety speakers and technology 
>innovators,
>entrepreneurs, and business leaders, including Ray Ozzie of Groove, Ian
>Clarke of Freenet, Gene Kan of Gnutella, Johnny Deep of AIMster, Bill Joy 
>of
>Sun Microsystems, Eric Schmidt of Novell, Dave Stutz and Christian Huitema
>of Microsoft, David Anderson of SetiAtHome and United Devices, and many 
>more
>
>We'll also be hearing from industry analysts, venture capitalists, and
>journalists, including Professor Larry Lessig of Stanford Law School, Clay
>Shirky of the Accelerator Group, Tim O'Reilly of O'Reilly & Associates, Bob
>Knighten of the Intel Peer to Peer Working Group, Dan Gillmor of the San
>Jose Mercury News, Rob 'CmdrTaco' Malda and Jeff 'Hemos' Bates of Slashdot,
>and Justin Hibbard of Red Herring.
>
>In addition to the many talks and panels, we're creating space for hallway
>conversations and "birds of a feather" sessions where attendees can get
>together with peers to discuss issues and opportunities.
>
>The vendor expo will be open every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the foyer
>outside the Grand Ballroom.
>
>I hope to see you there.
>
>Tim O'Reilly
>
>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 10:06:14 -0500
>From: Felix Stalder <stalder {AT} fis.utoronto.ca>
>Subject: ISEA ANNOUNCEMENT (English/Francais)
>
>
>(advance apologies for cross-posting)
>(le francais suit ci-bas)
>
>ISEA (the Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts) is currently
>transforming its organizational structure. Collaborative efforts
>with groups throughout the world will replace the single headquarters
>that previously was in Montreal.
>
>The ISEA Board of Directors invites proposals from arts centers,
>universities, and other non-profit organizations who would like to host
>a part of the ISEA organization.
>
>
>Possible activities include:
>- - publishing our newsletter (regularly, or in cooperation with others)
>
>- - maintaining the ISEA web site
>
>- - developing/revising a specific section of the web site (members pages,
>list of artist grants, etc.)
>
>- - developing educational materials for ISEA
>
>- - developing a mentoring program
>
>- - representing ISEA in other international efforts
>
>- - maintaining contact with our members
>
>- - global outreach
>
>- - developing geographic networks of individuals and organizations in
>electronic arts, especially in those areas where ISEA has not been active
>in the past
>
>- - developing discipline specific networks of individuals and 
>organizations
>  (sound, curators, etc.)
>
>- - working on events that could be co-sponsored by ISEA
>
>- - ISEA “chats" either on the web site or through the ISEA forum
>
>- - WE ARE OPEN TO OTHER SUGGESTIONS
>
>
>Activities can be shared among several organizations (for example,
>the newsletter might rotate).
>
>Organizations which are interested in hosting a part of the ISEA should 
>send
>the following information by February 10 to:
>
>"Kathy Rae Huffman" <kathy {AT} vgtv.com>
>and
>"Thecla Schiphorst" <schiphorst {AT} techbc.ca>
>
>
>Name of Organization
>Name of Director of Organization or Project Manager Address
>email address of contact person
>Areas of Interest of the organization:
>
>
>Once an organization is selected, we will enter into a written agreement
>concerning the use of the ISEA name.
>
>Organizations are encouraged to seek their own funds to support ISEA
>activities.
>Grants submitted to funding agencies in the name of ISEA must be
>distributed to
>the ISEA Board of Directors 30 days before their deadline, so that the
>Board can
>provide feedback and assure the consistent development of ISEA efforts. 
>Grants
>which are not in English must include a summary in English, and the full
>version
>in the original language.
>
>Long term projects may include a local and/or international advisory board
>including ISEA members who may volunteer to work with various organizations
>throughout the world.
>
>We look forward to building a strong international electronic art community
>through all of your efforts.
>
>The Board of ISEA
>
>
>
>
>ISEA change ses modalitiés d'organisation. Ses efforts porterons sur la
>collaboration avec des groupes dans le monde entier, et cala va remplacer
>le siege unique qui était située à Montréal.
>
>Le conseil d'administration d'ISEA invite des propositions des centres 
>d'arts,
>des universities et des autres organisations à but non lucratif qui 
>voudraient
>accueillir une partie des activites d'ISEA.
>
>Les activities possibles incluent:
>
>- - editer notre bulletin (regulièrement, ou en collaboration avec des 
>autres)
>
>- - maintenir le site Web d'ISEA
>
>- - le développement ou revison d' une section sécifique du site Web (pages 
>de
>  membres, liste de sobventions pour les artistes,, etc...)
>
>- - le développement de contenus educatifs pour ISEA
>
>- - le développement d'un programme de "mentors" (guides pour les jeunes
>artistes)
>
>- - le représentation d'ISEA dans d'autres initiatives internationaux
>
>- - maintenir le contact avec nos membres
>
>- - le développement globale d'ISEA
>
>- -le développement des réseaux géographiques des individus et des 
>organisations
>dans le domain des arts électroniques, particuliérement dans les zones ou 
>ISEA
>  n'a pas encore un presence significante
>
>- - le développement des réseaux par discipline (individus et 
>organisations) :
>son/musique, commisaires d'expositions, etc...
>
>- - participer aux événements qui pourraient être co-sponsorizé par ISEA -
>
>- - ainimer des "chats" d'ISEA sur le site Web ou par le liste de 
>discussion de
>forum d'ISEA
>
>- - NOUS SOMMES OUVERTS AU AUTRES POSSIBILITIES!
>
>Les groupes qui sont intéressées par le possibilitie d'accueillir une
>partie de l'ISEA
>  devraient envoyer l'information suivante avant le 10 fevrier à :
>
>Pour la version francaise s.v.p. contacter Cynthia B Rubin
><cbrubin {AT} brainiac.com>
>
>Nom de l'organisation
>Nom du directeur de l'organisation ou chef du projet l'address de 
>organisation
>email du contact
>les motivations de cette organisation dans le cadre d'ISEA
>
>Une fois qu'une organisation est sélectionée pour une activitie, nous
>signernons un
>accord écrit sur l'utilisation du nom d'ISEA.
>
>Des organisations sont encouragés de trouver leurs propres fonds pour des
>activités
>  d'ISEA. Des propositios pour les souventions soumises aux agences au nom
>d'ISEA
>  doivent être distribuées au conseil d'administration d'ISEA 30 jours 
>avant
>leur
>date-limite, pour le raison que le conseil puisse fournir le "feedback"
>(commentaire)
>et assurer le développement uniforme des efforts d'ISEA. Les propositions
>qui ne sont
>  pas écrites en anglais doivent inclure un sommaire en anglais, et
>egalement le texte
>complet dans la version orgininale.
>
>Les projets à long terme peuvent inclure un comité consultatif local et/ou
>internationale comprenant les membres d'ISEA qui peuvent offrir de 
>travailler
>avec des divers organisation dans le monde entier.
>
>Grâce à tous vos efforts nous attendons avec intêret l'etablissement d'une
>communauté forte dans le domains des artes électroniques.
>
>Le conseil d'administration d'ISEA
>
>- --------------------++-----
>Les faits sont faits.
>http://www.fis.utoronto.ca/~stalder
>
>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 10:04:24 -0600
>From: Steven Clift <slc {AT} publicus.net>
>Subject: Berlin - NetPolitics Happy Hour - Fri Feb 9
>
>
>Greetings,
>
>I'll be in Berlin next week. I am part of the Social Software Panel
><http://groups.yahoo.com/group/do-wire/message/775> at the
>Transmediale event <http://www.transmediale.de/> on Thursday,
>February 8.
>
>NetPolitcs Happy Hour?
>
>  From 18:00-20:00 on Friday, February 9 from I'd like to organize a
>small NetPolitics Happy Hour near the Podewil Centre for Contemporary Arts
><http://www.transmediale.de/01/en/map.htm> between sessions.  NetPolitics
>covers anyone who works with the Internet and political news site,
>advocacy, political parties, e-government, parliaments, community
>participation, and those simply interested in e-democracy in general.
>
>I've done this in London, Stockholm and soon Brussels as part of my
>Democracies Online Newswire <http://www.e-democracy.org/do> outreach
>efforts (full info below).  Lots of fun.  It is always interesting to see
>who shows up and the kinds of connections that are made.
>
>To indicate your interest in attending (or virtually attending) join my
>special e-mail list for contacts in Germany.  Send an e-mail to:
>
>      do-de-subscribe {AT} yahoogroups.com
>
>We'll use this special e-list to set up the event and perhaps other
>activities.  I'll be in Berlin through Noon on Sunday, February 11.
>
>Sincerely,
>Steven Clift
>Democracies Online
>
>P.S. I am hoping to connect with those working on the Bundestag's
>parliamentary online efforts late in the afternoon on Wednesday, Feb. 7.
>If you know someone specific on the inside, please try to link us up.
>Thanks.
>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 13:42:52 -0500
>From: "Brooke Singer" <brookesinger {AT} hotmail.com>
>Subject: Call for Net Artists
>
>Looking for net art for an upcoming exhibition at the Pittsburgh Center for
>the Arts. The show is called APT (Art, Performance and Technology) and 
>opens
>in mid May 2001. It will coincide with the International Sculpture
>                                                      Conference taking 
>place
>in Pittsburgh Summer 2001 that will honor Nam June Paik.
>Please send a brief proposal and examples of work to Brooke Singer at
>msinger {AT} andrew.cmu.edu. Keep in mind that work will reside on one computer
>(Mac) shared by 10 artists. Standalones will be considered along with
>browser based work.
>
>Submission Deadline Extended to February 6th.
>
>
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