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From: Timothy Druckrey <druckrey {AT} interport.net>
      Station Rose <gunafa {AT} well.com>
      "Steve Dietz" <steve.dietz {AT} walkerart.org>

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Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2001 11:51:24 -0500
From: Timothy Druckrey <druckrey {AT} interport.net>
Subject: Loeffler

A bit more info on Carl can be found in a short interview at:

www.cyberstage.org/archive/cstage12/carl12.htm

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Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2001 18:59:02 +0100
From: Station Rose <gunafa {AT} well.com>
Subject: Re: <nettime> Carl Loeffler (was: net art history)

>Am Fri, 16.Mar.2001 um 01:11:55 +0100 schrieb Tilman Baumgaertel:
>
>> Murphy, you mention Carl Loeffler, and that he died recently, a fact of
>> which I wasn't aware. In my research on early, pre-internet
>> telecommunication art I kept encountering his name. He edited an issue of
>> Leonardo Magazine on telecommunication art and started the art.com
>> newsgroup - that is as much as I know of him.

We knew Carl Loeffler personally.  met for the 1st time at the Art Com
office in san francisco 1991 (Van Ness street, If I am right>). we were
part of the same scene - which was a mixture of the artscene and the online
scene around the WELL. He had his email adress there, too, and a conference
-the art.com conf- running as well. We met online at the WELL
(ir)regularily.

If I remember right,  we did feature him at our CDROM "Virtual Reality as a
New Frontier" besides others, which we published in 1992,  together with
the german computer magazine CHIP, the Austrian Ministry of Science and
Culture, and Commodore Germany. It runs on the amiga system.

Furthermore did Carl have one or two station rose videos in his Art Com
distribution catalogue.

we met again over they years, either in san francsico or at german conferences.
Later on he moved to Carnegie Mellon university, and we lost a bit of
contact, besides email.

Elisa
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From: "Steve Dietz" <steve.dietz {AT} walkerart.org>
Subject: RE: <nettime> Carl Loeffler (was: net art history)
Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2001 12:08:22 -0600

R/T+,
Loeffler did die. Just before Feb. 7. Besides founding art com, he
also helped organize a conference in 1980 at SFMOMA called Artists'
Use of Telecommunications. Anna Couey has a good article about his
work and related pre-web telecommunications art and there is an
archive of some of the online texts at:
http://lists.village.virginia.edu/listservs/pmc-talk/essays/artcom.mai
lart

sd

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