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   Internet Moving Images Archive                                
     Rick Prelinger <>                           

   Moving Image Gallery Press Release 
     MIG <>                                                

   Fwd: [s11-awol] Satirical web game on Stolen Generations                        
     dr woooo <>                                                   

     Kalina Bunevska <>                                            

   Social Movements Day                                                                                                                   

   My photos from the 'Inauguration'                                               
     Jonathan Prince <>                                       

   Mark Tribe talks @ jihui: Friday, January 26, 2001 7 PM - Parsons Center  for Ne                                                                    

   R E A L T O K Y O  vol.11                                                       
     Tetsuya OZAKI <>                                            

   Panel at SVA: Art and Architecture in the Space of Media                        
     Ostrow/Kaneda <>                                                 

   cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo                                                  
     Cuckoo <>                                                   

   microsoft dns hacked?                                                           
     s|a|m <>                                                        

   Jordan Crandall - Drive in Rotterdam                                            
     Nat Muller <>                                          

   A counter-forum [to Davos] in Brazil                                            
     Wessel van Rensburg <>                                     

   Press Release "CAPITOL & GENDER"                                                
     Kalina Bunevska <>                                            

   festival ''e-phos 2001'' announcement                                           
     "ALAS" <>                                                   


Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2001 16:47:10 -0800
From: Rick Prelinger <>
Subject: Internet Moving Images Archive

I'm writing to announce a launch of a new public project, the Internet
Moving Images Archive.  The Archive is a nonprofit initiative to open and
promote film and video archives to the public by making their holdings
freely available.

This non-commercial resource contains high-quality digital video files
representing ephemeral (advertising, educational, industrial, documentary,
amateur and government) films relevant to the study of 20th-century
American culture and society, media and media production, communication,
technology, geography, landscape, urban history, economics, political
science, warfare, the New Deal, and many other subject areas.

At present it contains approximately 360 out of a planned total of 1001
titles, all from Prelinger Archives.  All are available for free
downloading and reuse, with no restrictions other than that the films
cannot be resold or licensed by anyone in their entirety or as stock
footage.  Our intention is that these titles should circulate freely as
"open-source" content.

I encourage you to download this material for your own use and for the use
of others.  I hope that easy access to these films will assist scholars,
mediamakers, teachers, students, exhibitors and members of the general
public in coming to terms with the complex and diverse audiovisual history
of the 20th century.

You'll need a fast connection, as the digitized video files are in MPEG-2
format and quite large.  However, they look great, and will play back on a
regular TV screen as well on your computer.  (See the site for information
on playback and tech requirements).  In the next few months they will also
be available in MPEG-4, a friendlier format for lower-bandwidth users.

At present, the best way to reach the site is through my own homepage at  Ultimately, the simplified URL will be

An article on the background and rationale for this project may be found

The Internet Moving Images Archive is a project of the Internet Archive
( in collaboration with Prelinger Archives

With many thanks,

Rick Prelinger

Rick Prelinger
Prelinger Archives
P.O. Box 590622, San Francisco, Calif. 94159-0622
+1 415 750-0445      Fax: +1 415 750-0607


Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 00:06:33 -0800
From: MIG <>
Subject: Moving Image Gallery Press Release

Immediate release:

Moving Image Gallery
414 Broadway 3 Fl
NY, NY 10013

Thursday, February 8 -28, 2001
Opening Reception Thursday February 8th,2001 6-9
Gallery hours 12:00-1:30 PM or by Appt.

MIG Presents:

Loopixel - A series of projected computer generated imagery on canvas

Artist: Doron Golan

Doron Golan investigates the relationship between painting and the use of 
time, light portrayed through computer visualizations and compressed imagery.

In using short loops, three to thirty seconds, these projected 
illuminations create a meditative environment that suggests a quality of 
timeless space.

Mr. Golan says, "My work embraces the physical projection light, and yet, 
is related to the romantic idea of using light as a metaphor for the 
realization of the nature of art and ideals."


Date: Sun, 21 Jan 2001 17:54:31 -0800 (PST)
From: dr woooo <>
Subject: Fwd: [s11-awol] Satirical web game on Stolen Generations

latest use of gadgets at demos by activists.

anarchisma nd the use of technology !

Send a cool gift with your E-Card


Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 09:56:19 +0100
From: Kalina Bunevska <>
Subject: Invitation

We have the pleasure to invite you to the opening
of the international project for public art and theory
CAPITAL & GENDER  (Curator: Suzana Milevska)

And to the opening of the exhibition of the series of photographs
by Marina Abramovic
Great China Wall Walk

25.01. 2001, 20.00
Open Graphic Art Studio at the Museum of the City of Skopje

CAPITAL & GENDER - conference
24.01. 2001, 10.00-18.00 (Suzana Milevska, Dorothee Bauerle - Willert, 
Branka Andzelkovic, Despina Angelovska, Jara Bubnova, Zdenko Buzek, 
Danica Dakic/Sandra Sterle, Luchezar Boyadjiev)
25.01. 2001, 10.00-12.30 (Katalin Timar, Huseyin B. Alptekin, Olga Zhuk, 
Ljubica Arsovska, Ivanka Apostolova, Eleni Laperi Koci, Svetlana Racanovic)
26.01. 2001, 10.00-12.30 (Marina Grzinic, Jara Boubnova, Yuko Hasegawa, 
Dorothee Bauerle - Willert, Zaneta Vangeli, Huseyin B. Alptekin, Xenis Sachinis)

PERFECT MATCH - exhibition of public art projects
26.01.2001, 18.00 - 22.00, City Shopping Mall
Curator: Suzana Milevska
Participants: Huseyin B. Alptekin, Maja Bajevic, 
Luchezar Boyadjiev, Zdenko Buzek, Tatjana Vujinovic, 
Danica Dakic/Sandra Sterle, 
Marina Grzinic, Hristina Ivanoska/Yane Calovski, 
Slavica Janeslieva, Kai Kaljo, Zoran Naskovski/Jelena Jocic,
Tanja Ostojic, Elena Panajotova, RassimŠ, Dejan Spasovik, 
Ana Stojkovic, Igor Tosevski, Violeta Capovska

PROMOTION of the web project
27.01.2001, 20.00 Center for Contemporary Art 

ORGANIZORS: Open Graphic Art Studio, 
Center for Contemporary Art and the Association for 
Evaluation and Promotion of Heritage and Heritage Education

The Ministry of Culture of Republic of Macedonia
Soros Art and Culture Network Program - Cultural Link Component
Kultur Kontakt - Austria
Pro Helvetia - Reseaux Est-Ouest


Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 13:48:08 -0000
Subject: Social Movements Day

University of East London
LD0302 The Docklands Campus

D A Y S C H O O L 
Political Activism 
& Social Movements
Hacktervism: Anti-Deportation Campaigns: Samba, Carnival: Non-Stop Picket
S.A Embassy: New urban movements S.A: Politics of tourism in S.A: London
Socialist Alliance: Kashmiris: Environmental Facility:Indigenous rights in
Venezuela:  International Union of Sex Workers: The human revolution. 
Saturday February 3rd    *F R E E!*     10:30 - 4:45
Road: A13- Royal Docks- Royal Albert Way, Tubes: Docklands Light Railway
(DLR) Cyprus station  (on campus). Jubilee Line to Canning Town and change.
P u t  o n  y o u r  P a r t y S h o e s!
details & enqs:  


Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 09:05:36 -0500
From: Jonathan Prince <>
Subject: My photos from the 'Inauguration'


The Installation of George W Bush
January 20th 2001

Sign up on site for future photos and information on DC events and 
other fun stuff.

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Jonathan Prince  - it's bad for you - he's bad for everyone - stupid wars are bad
'When I was coming up, it was a dangerous world, and you
knew exactly who they were. It was us versus them, and
it was clear who them was. Today, we are not so sure who
the they are, but we know they're there.' - GW Bush


Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 11:19:42 -0800
Subject: Mark Tribe talks @ jihui: Friday, January 26, 2001 7 PM - Parsons Center  for New Design

Mark Tribe talks @ jihui - about Rhizome, about netart

Presented by jihui (A Project of the NetArt Initiative)

Friday, January 26, 2001 7 PM
Parsons Center for New Design
55 West 13th Street, 9th Fl.
New York, NY 10011
live webast at 7pm est.

Mark Tribe is an artist, entrepreneur, curator and arts administrator
whose interests lie at the intersection of emerging technologies and
contemporary art. In 1996, he founded, a nonprofit
organization ocused on new media art. He then founded StockObjects, a
startup company that sold animations and other digital objects online.
Mark speaks widely on new media art and nonprofit management. Recent
speaking engagements include The Art Institute of Chicago,Rhode Island
School of Design and Razorfish Inc. He plays an active role as an
advocate for net artists on grant panels and in the press. He also
serves on the advisory boards of nonprofit arts organizations and new
media companies.

His most recent artwor, a net art project called StarryNight, is an
interface for browsing Rhizomes text library that represents each
article as a star in a night sky. StarryNight can be found online at

Prior to and StockObjects, Mark wrked as an artist in
Berlin, and developed commercial web sites at Pixelpark GmbH, a leading
German new media agency. He received a Masters of Fine Arts in Visual
Art from the University of California, San Diego in 1994 and a BA in
Visual Art from Brown Uiversity in 1990.

The NETART INITIATIVE <> is a loosely knit, open
source based, hub styled, forum oriented, action enabled consortium,
where people meet, virtually and bodily, to communicate, exchange, and
discourse for advancing te understanding of a virtual art, a networked
art and an art that will be pervasive and ubiquitous in the years to

jihui (the meeting point), a self-regulated digital salon, invites all
interested people to send ideas for discussion/ performance/et, jihui is

where your voice heard and your vision shared.

jihui is sponsored by Digital Design Department and Center for New
Design @Parsons School of Design



Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2001 01:25:15 +0900
From: Tetsuya OZAKI <>
Subject: R E A L T O K Y O  vol.11

R    E    A    L    T    O    K    Y    O

[This Week's Index]

(1) Tokyo, 4 Weeks:
     Unsolvable riddle by Shimabuku Michihiro
(2) RealCities: From Paris
     Movie Pass Dilemma  by Takahata Yuki
(3) Tokyo Cruise 006
     Little Flames Flickering in the Window by Serizawa Takashi
(4) Present of the Week:
      *Invitation to 'MacWorld2001' and many others!

(1) Tokyo, 4 Weeks
'Noguchi Rika Exhibition':
Unsolvable riddle by Shimabuku Michihiro

The title of the exhibition is 'Did he reach the Moon?' and the
photograph that was used for the pamphlet and poster is of a
helicopter. You have no idea whether it's landing or taking off.

(2) RealCities: From Paris
Movie Pass Dilemma by Takahata Yuki

A record 164 million people went to the movies last year in France,
an increase of 6% over 1999. 'Movie passes' introduced by the major
film distributors are said to be the cause of the phenomenon...

(3) Tokyo Cruise 006
Little Flames Flickering in the Window by Serizawa Takashi

'You, noisy idiot! Smarten up! Ha'. I looked at the direction where
  the voice was coming from. A drunken flabby middle-aged man was
shouting at a point inside the train car. 'Smarten up'? Look at
yourself. It was 8:00pm on the Chuo Line's kakueki teisha (train
that stops at every station)...

(4) Present of the Week
To pray for many hits we've prepared lots of presents!  Send in
your name!  Be aware that each present has a different closing date.
Instead of announcing the winners we just send them their prize.

(* is new!)

* Invitation to 'MacWorld2001'
* Invitation to 'AO' by Pappa TARAHUMARA
Tower Records' CD case & sticker
Invitation to 'Noguchi Rika Exhibition'
'UNCHAIN': catalogue and sticker
'DEEP SEIJUN': catalogue
'Sweet and Lowdown': catalogue
'Gift of Hope': Invitation ticket
'Phantom the Submarine' Preview invitation tickets
REALTOKYO stickers (ten per set) for thirty people.

To apply and for further information, please contact:

Please send your ideas and opinions to
Three users who send us mail will be chosen to receive a little gift

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REALTOKYO is looking for advertisers wanting to put banners in the
website and mail magazine.  Banners will get lots of hits from people
attracted to a website full of catchy information on cinema, art,
music, the theatre and other fun events in town.
Please contact the following email address for dimensions and costs. <>
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No part of the text or images from this site may be used
without permission from the publisher.  Copyright 2001 REALTOKYO

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Tetsuya OZAKI

Editor in Chief / REALTOKYO


Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 11:47:37 -0500
From: Ostrow/Kaneda <>
Subject: Panel at SVA: Art and Architecture in the Space of Media

Art and Architecture in the Space of Media
Thursday,  Feburary 22, 2001 at the School of Visual Arts

Beyond Form: Art and Architecture in the Space of Media is premised on
the view that art and architecture are being absorbed into a
technological network that is literally modifying and transforming our
relation to the world through its ability to recontextualize a subject and
its representation.  As such this panel is  concerned with  how it has come
to re-organize our conception of art and architecture as practices.
Consequently, the presentations and discussion that make up this event will
form a hypertext that address how within the fields of art and architecture
this condition is being responded. Tom Zummer (Artist and  Theorist), Ed
Keller (digital artist / film+arch theorist) Ben Neill  (Composer)  Fabian
Marcaccio (Artist)  and the architectural group of Christine Calderon, Omar
Calderon and Peter Dorsey (Architects) will address how artists and
architects responding to the mediating space of technology seek to broaden
the critical parameters of their disciples, rather than merely produce a
technological aesthetic. This confluence of the conceptual grounding of art
and architecture is emerging as a significant issue as museums and
galleries increasingly come to focus on how this territory will come to be

Moderated by Saul Ostrow who is the Director  of the Center for Visual Art
and Culture, University of Connecticut as well as a critic and curator.  He
is also the former Editor of the book series  Critcal Voices in Art, Theory
and Culture G+B Arts International and is presently Art Editor,Bomb
Magazine, Co-Editor, Lusitania Press and a contributing editor NYArts
Magazine.  He recently curated an exhibition titled Working Digitally: No
Web Sites Please.

Fabian Marcaccio is an artist. His most recent project "Predator"  a
collaboration  with the architect Gregg Lynn which will open at the Wexner
Center in Columbus, Ohio  at the end of Januarary. He lives and works in
NYC and is represented by Gorney Bravin  Lee Gallery.

Ben Neill is a composer, performer, and designer of his own unique
electro-acoustic instrument, the mutantrumpet.  He has recorded six CDs of
his music on the Verve, Astralwerks, New Tone and Ear-Rational labels. His
sound/light installations have been exhibited at Paula Cooper Gallery,
American Museum of Natural History, Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, England and
Sandra Gering Gallery in New York among others.  Neill has toured
internationally since the mid 1980's and was Music Curator of the Kitchen
from 1992-98.

Omar Calderon, Peter Dorsey and Christine Calderon , began their
collaboration after completing the architectural masters program at
Columbia University.  They are the Guest Editors for 'Beyond Form,
Architecture in the Space of the Media Age' to be published by Lusitania
Press spring 2001.

Thomas Zummer is an artist, curator, writer and scholar. He is currently
completing a book, Intercessionary Technologies: Database, Archive,
Interface, on the early history of reference systems. Mr. Zummer's drawings
and sculptural works have shown worldwide and has forthcoming shows in
Paris, London and Toronto. He is a frequent lecturer on philosophy and the
history of technology, and  teaches in the Critical Studies Department at
New York University. In 1994, with Robert Reynolds, curated CRASH:
Nostalgia for the Absence of Cyberspace at Thread Waxing Space in New York.
This was one of the first major exhibitions to have a significant portion
of works available online, and in/as other forms of transmission.  He is
also a contributing editor to Discourse, a journal of media studies. Thomas
Zummer lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Ed Keller is a Designer, professor, writer, architect, and multimedia
artist based  in NYC.  Current work includes the online interactive
development  startup aBIO+ Studios, as well as architectural design,
digital video  cine-roman projects, interactive / new  media installations,
and  screenplays under the aegis of atelier Chronotope,  a design research
 studio he founded in 1998. He is an Adjunct  Associate Professor at the
Columbia University Graduate School of  Architecture and acting director,
Advanced Architectural Design  Program, 2000-01.  His design research,
collaborations, essays and  interviews  have been published in ANY, AD,
Guggenheim Museum Publications, Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Architecture,
Parpaings, Precis, Wired, Metropolis, Assemblage and Progressive


Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2001 18:09:20 +1300
From: Cuckoo <>
Subject: cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo

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Cuckoo is an ongoing itinerant project working gratis with artists and the
contemporary art community. (In other words we put on shows in other
peoplešs galleries.)

Our first installment is at the former Archill Gallery in Auckland, Aotearoa
(before the Moving Image Centrešs programme opens there in February), corner
Great North Rd and Elgin St, Grey Lynn.

The fourth of four projects this summer there will be, from 6pm:

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A sound performance organised by Joyoti Wylie, with Zoe Drayton, Jeffrey
Holdaway, Clinton Watkins, Lauren Winstone and Joyoti Wylie accompanied by
the inaugural Cuckoo Performance Night feat. Emma Bugden, Emma Bugden &
Julaine Stephenson, and Gayrilla!

Then we will be taking the bus to the Anna Bibby Gallery for the 9pm opening
of a special Cuckoo museum show hosting les objets de Bad Al and David

The Anna Bibby show (and the second of the two shows there) will be open
from 11am-5pm on the Thursday, Friday and Saturday following the opening.
The Anna Bibby Gallery is on Kitchener Street by the corner of Victoria
Street in the city.
All Cuckoo openings are BYO.

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Check our website at or call the inpho line on +64
9 274 8889 ext 8190. Send us your address and get on the e-mailing list now
for updates <>.

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We warmly welcome any offers for temporary exhibiting space.

Cuckoo is presently Jon Bywater, Judy Darragh, Daniel Malone, Ani OšNeill
and Gwynneth Porter. Email us at

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Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2001 17:31:01 +1100
From: s|a|m <>
Subject: microsoft dns hacked?

hi, maybe of interest to you nettime groovers... is australia's official dns lookup service. 

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>Go here
> and search for Pretty
>decent hack, overall.

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unless they have repaired it - the above would result in the following:

hois Server Version 1.3

Domain names in the .com, .net, and .org domains can now be registered
with many different competing registrars. Go to
for detailed information.


To single out one record, look it up with "xxx", where xxx is one of the
of the records displayed above. If the records are the same, look them up
with "=xxx" to receive a full display for each record.

 >>> Last update of whois database: Tue, 23 Jan 2001 10:55:29 EST <<<

The Registry database contains ONLY .COM, .NET, .ORG, .EDU domains and

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but what is free trade?


Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2001 11:16:50 +0100
From: Nat Muller <>
Subject: Jordan Crandall - Drive in Rotterdam

Exhibition at TENT in collaboration with V2_Organisation, Rotterdam.
Time: 25 January till 11 February 2001 - open Tue - Sun, 11 - 18 h
Location: Witte de Withstraat 50 te Rotterdam
t 010 413 5498
f 010 413 5521
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Jordan Crandalls installation 'Drive' is being presented in TENT in
cooperation with V2_Organisatie. Drive is about the influence of moving
images onto the spectators. About their psychological and physical impact.
But it is also about the development of the cinematographic language and its
deep connection with the changing society. Crandall has conciously embedded
Drive in a historical and political context. Historical by using old film
techniques (Super 8 mm and 16 mm), which he transformed into a contemporary
document by DVD and the latest software. Political by using civilian and
military images. Military footage shows a very different approach than
'ordinary' film does. It does not register movements but tracks them.
Crandall combines recordings by espionage cameras, satellites, Night Vision
devices and thermal imaging cameras, to create an interaction of movement,
technology and even erotic desire. This way Drive's hybrid post-cinematic
imagery contributes to film history.

Eendrachtsstraat 10 - 3012 XL Rotterdam
tel: 31.10.2067272 - fax: 31.10.2067271


Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2001 10:54:51 -0000
From: Wessel van Rensburg <>
Subject: A counter-forum [to Davos] in Brazil

>From eCountries' Davos pages
The program for the World Social Forum in Porto Alegre, Brazil, with several
dozen open panels and 500 workshops, has been nailed down. It doesn't look
at all like the program for the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Not at all. 
For $19,000, participants at Davos can expect top-class resort
accommodations and some pretty fancy finger food. Participants at the World
Social Forum - running concurrently in Porto Alegre, Brazil - will crowd
into whatever local accommodations they can find, including student
dormitories at the pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul. On
the upside, the participation fee is considerably less steep: $50. 

Accommodations aside, the topical themes of the two meetings sound similar:
"Sustaining Growth and Bridging the Divides," for the Davos meeting of top
business, political, and intellectual leaders; versus "Production of Wealth
and Social Reproduction" and "Access to Wealth and Sustainability" for the
activists in Brazil. But in the workshops, the differences reappear. Topping
the agenda at the Brazilian meeting will be "North-South Links in the
Struggle for Humanity and Against Neoliberalism." The discussion is
organized by the Canadian-based Center for World Indigenous Studies (CWIS)
and is primarily concerned, according to Rudolph Ryser, CWIS' president,
with linking indigenous people in the North, Central and South America in a
fight against globalization. 

World Social Forum
Third world network


Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2001 13:01:59 +0100
From: Kalina Bunevska <>
Subject: Press Release "CAPITOL & GENDER"

CAPITAL & GENDER - Conference 24-26 January
Capital & Gender conference will include theorists, curators, art critics, managers  and
artists from different Balkan and other Eastern countries  (Macedonia,
Bulgaria, Albania, SR Yugoslavia, Slovenia, Estonia, Hungary, Croatia,
Bosnia and Herzegovina) and several guests from the Western countries,
invited to cover the four different topics entailed within the framework
of the main theme of the project: the problem of the reflection of the
capital on the gender and sexual difference in the countries that are
experiencing the shift from state to market economy. The three-day
conference will take place at the space of the Open Graphic Art Studio
at the Museum of the City of Skopje in organization of Suzana Milevska,
curator and theorist from Macedonia.

24   January 
morning session 
first topic: Capital, Information and Difference
The problem of the proliferation of money and information is influencing the concept  of
sexual differentiation in the countries where the social issues of
equality and difference in the past fifty years were structured
differently than in the Western countries.

second topic: Real Art/Virtual Money
The question of art that is socially and politically engaged becomes a very delicate  issue
in the context where the art market does not exist and the financial
problems shape the art concepts directly. 

afternoon session: Capital in Theory and Practice - workshop 
or Workshop at the Contemporary Art Center - curators: Suzana Milevska and Melentie

25	January 
morning session 
third topic: Pay- per View Art
The question of sex and pornography in arts differs from time to time, from one culture  to
another.  Within this session the different aspects and attitudes toward
these problems are going to be discussed in the framework of different
laws and cultural corporeal stereotypes in East and West.
fourth topic Gender & Management
Presentations of cultural managers and comparing different experiences in conditions  of
transformation of the attitude toward culture in transitional societies 

26 January
Troubles with Sex, Theory and History - Lecture by Marina Grzinic   
 Who is Afraid of a Big Bad Capital - panel discussion with all participants comparing  the
fears and desires of the new coming society

Web project workshops: 24, 25, 26, and 27 January

Each day there are going to be organized web project workshops at the Contemporary  Art
Center. The web project is imagined as a parallel activity that gives
opportunity to the artists to put parts or whole projects on Internet
that are discussing the main topics of the Capital & Gender project or
the Perfect Match public art exhibition. Curator of the workshops:
Suzana Milevska and Melentije Pandilovski, Director of the CAC.

24 January
10.00 - 11.30 Capital, Information and Difference 
Suzana Milevska, Dorothee Bauerle - Willert, Branka Andzelkovic, Despina Angelovska
12.00 - 13.00 Real Art/Virtual Money 
Jara Boubnova, Zdenko Buzek, Danica Dakic/Sandra Sterle, Luchezar Boyadjiev
14.30 - 16.00 Workshop - Capital in Theory and Practice
(14.30 - 20.00 - optional: Web project digital workshop, Curator; Melentie Pandilovski,  Contemporary
Art Center) 

25 January
10.00 - 11.30 Pay- per View Art
Huseyin Alptekin, Katalin Timar
12.00 - 13.00 Gender and Management
Olga Zhuk, Ljubica Arsovska, Eleni Laperi Koci, Svetlana Racanovic

20.00 The Great Wall Walk - Marina Abramovic (photographs with drawings)
Open Graphic Art Studio
Opening of the exhibition of 12 drawings over photographs by Marina Abramovic of her  project
The Walk on the Great Wall with Ulay 

26 January
10.00-11.00 Troubles with Sex Theory and History - Lecture by Marina Grzinic
11.00 - 12.30 Who is Afraid of the Big Bad Capital (round table)
Moderator: Jara Boubnova (Bulgaria)
Participants: Yuko Hasegawa, Dorothee Baurle-Willert, Huseyin B. Alptekin, Zaneta Vangeli,  Xenis
14.30 - 19.00 Optional: Web project digital workshop, Contemporary Art Center
Participants of the conference and the workshops: Huseyin B. Alptekin, artist (Turkey),  Ljubica
Arsovska, Editor in Chief of Culturen zivot magazine (Macedonia),
Dotothee Bauerle-Willert, art historian (Germany), Jara Boubnova,
curator (Bulgaria), Luchezar Boyadjiev, artist (Bulgaria), Zdenko Buzek
(Croatia), Danica Dakic, artist (BiH), Marina Grzinic, artist and art
theorist (Slovenia), Yuko Hasegawa, selector of the 7th International
Istanbul Biennial (Japan), Eleni Laperi Koci, art manager (Albania),
Suzana Milevska, curator and art theorist, (Macedonia), Svetlana
Racanovic, art manager (Monte Negro, SRY), Sandra Sterle, artist
(Croatia), Katalin Timar, art historian (Hungary), Olga Zhuk, cultural
and art manager (Ukraina), Zaneta Vangeli, artist (Macedonia)

18.00 - 22.00 - PERFECT MATCH
Opening of the public art project in the City Shopping Mall

Curator: Suzana Milevska 
Participants: Huseyn B. Alptekin (Turkey), Maja Bajevic (BiH), Zdenko Buzek (Croatia),  Luchezar
Boyadjiev (Bulgaria), Violeta Capovska (Macedonia/Australia), Danica
Dakic/Sandra Sterle (BiH/Croatia), Marina Grzinic (Slovenia), Hristina
Ivanoska/Yane Calovski (Macedonia/USA), Slavica Janeslieva (Macedonia),
Kai Kaljo (Estonia), Zoran Naskovski/ Jelena Jocic (SR Yugoslavia),
Rassim Š (Bulgaria), Dejan Spasovik (Macedonia), Igor Tosevski
(Macedonia), Tanja Ostojic (SR Yugoslavia), Ana Stojkovic (Macedonia),
Tatjana Vujinovic (SR Yugoslavia) 

27 January

10.00 - 20.00 Web project digital workshop, Contemporary Art Center
20.00 - PROMOTION of the web project  
Contemporary Art Center


Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2001 14:02:04 +0200
From: "ALAS" <>
Subject: festival ''e-phos 2001'' announcement

apologies for cross postings
3rd International Festival of Film and New Media on Art
''e-phos 2001''
on the
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2 3  M a y - 3  June  2 0 0 1
Athens, Greece
tel: 00301-7520064-5
fax: 00301-7520064


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