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   ncc 48 netART community congress | graz                                         
     ncc 48 office <office {AT} ncc.mur.at>                                               

   [PLEASE POST presentation {AT} V2_Organisation, Rotterdam]                           
     apolli <apolli {AT} hunter.cuny.edu>                                                 

   [Cuckoo] presents two spring things:                                            
     Cuckoo <cuckoo {AT} cuckoo.org.nz>                                                   

   Take Me Out to the Festival                                                     
     KOGO <ga2750 {AT} i.bekkoame.ne.jp>                                                  

   MIT Comparative Media Studies : CALL FOR PAPERS : Media in Transition           
     "Erich W. Schienke" <erich {AT} fog.com>                                             

   [artimage05] 5. Medien und Architektur Biennale Graz - INFOSCAPES               
     "layers {AT} artimage.at" <layers {AT} artimage.at>                                       

   Nerve Theory/Syr & Mtl                                                          
     Tom Sherman <twsherma {AT} mailbox.syr.edu>                                          

   Metal_and_Flesh/Chair_et_M=E9tal_New/Nouveau?=                   
     "Ollivier Dyens" <odyens {AT} hotmail.com>                                           



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Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2001 11:23:51 +0200
From: ncc 48 office <office {AT} ncc.mur.at>
Subject: ncc 48 netART community congress | graz

[apologies for any cross-postings!]

The net art platform mur.at -- established in 1998 as a strategic alliance
of art initiatives and artists of Graz, and dedicated to creating an
electronic network -- is pleased to announce the upcoming _ncc 48 netART
community congress_ being held in Graz and online during 48 hours of input
and output.

|---------------------------------------------------
|--- ncc 48
|--- netART community congress
|--- opening: october 25th, 12:00 cet
|--- closing: october 27th, 12:00 cet
|--- dom im berg, graz/austria
|----------------------------------------------------

http://ncc.mur.at/

ncc48 stands for 48 hours of non-stop information, documentation,
discussions, reflections, and productions in analog and virtual space. the
topic is "the internet in the context of art". Condensing information is
the intention of ncc48, the congress is the medium. Over a time-line of 48
hours international artists, scientists, theorists, computer experts and
the scheme-team will discuss, report and reflect on topics succeeding one
another in a temporal rhythm and forming the "content back bone" of ncc48.
There will also be concurrent workshops, chats, lectures and presentations
of networkart projects. 

The whole programm of ncc 48 is set up as a network of interrelated issues
addressed by the also interrelated designed contributions of all
co-operators, contributors and the audience. 

The following 48 HOUR SPEAKERS have been invited to address those
interelations and to constantly moderate the whole process of carrying out
the ncc 48 netART community congress both on site and online:
Josephine Bosma, NL; Andreas Broekmann, D; Katharna Gsoellpointner, A;
Derrick de Kerckhove, CAN; Ulli Meybohm, D

a mur.at event
http://www.mur.at/


TOPICS/PROGRAM

opening
- ---------------------------------------
october 25 | 12:00 noon cet
opening lectures: Winfried Ritsch, mur.at, A; Ivan Redi, ortlos architects, A


open_source & free software
- ---------------------------------------
october 25 | 2:00 pm cet
The application of open source models on the internet in "net" architecture
& "net" art may well be one of the most innovative scenarios for the future
and will radically change the current situation. But how compatible is the
"open source model", with all its guidelines ("open source definition") and
as a working model,  with net art projects? How could the further
development of "free net art" be conceived in analogy to the development of
"free software"?
PARTICIPANTS: Maia Engeli, Kerstin Hoegger, Technical University, Zurich,
CH (remote); Ulli Meybohm, D; Jaromil, I; Richard Stallman, USA (remote);
Erich Stamberger, A 
carried out by ortlos architects, A | http://www.ortlos.com
http://www.gnu.org/
http://meybohm.de/
http://dyne.org/
http://www.ethz.ch/


net.communication
- ---------------------------------------
october 25 | 6:00 pm cet
net.communication refers to the situation of austrian cultural initiatives
related to the net, being a plattform for presenting several important
associations and the "konsortium.at", an pressure group for net culture in
Austria. 
Presentation of "local task 2003", a call for entries addressing net art
projects to be realised in the realm of "Graz 2003 - Cultural Capital of
Europe"
PARTICIPANTS: Katharina Gsoellpointner, A, Peter Riegersperger,
konsortium.at, A; Thomas Fundneider, A; Gabi Kepplinger, Stadtwerkstatt
Linz, A
carried out by mur.at | http://mur.at
http://www.konsortium.at
http://www.servus.at/stwst/
http://graz2003.mur.at/


neighbour.net
- ---------------------------------------
october 25 | 10:00 pm cet
Once again, the metaphor 'web' has to be tested: In which way have the
channels of communication and electronic exchangeable forms changed the
idea of what neighbourhood, seen as a cultural overlapping and
transgression, can be? Why are the often geographically closest regions
basically a blank spot on the map of net based communication and
production? Does it still make any sense to think about processes of
cultural exchange in this way?
PARTICIPANTS: Kristian Lukic, Media Education Centre KUDA.org, Novi Sad,
YU; Zeljko Blace, Multimedia Institute, Zagreb, CRO; Walter van der
Cruijssen, desk.org, Berlin, D (remote); Peter Tomas Dobrila, Multimedia
Center KiberSRCeLab, KIBLA, Maribor, SLO; Jurij Krpan, Kaplica - Students
Organisation of the University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, SLO
carried out by MiDiHy | http://midihy.org
http://www.kuda.org
http://www.desk.org
http://www.kibla.org


net.perform
- ---------------------------------------
october 26 | 2:00 am cet
late nite streaming show for those addicted to the net -- there is no such
thing as break ...
PARTICIPANTS: Station Rose, D; Radio Fro, A; Berlin noton, D; Zvuk Broda, CRO
carried out by mur.at | http://mur.at
http://www.stationrose.com
http://noton.mur.at/
http://www.fro.at
http://www.egoboobits.net


net.basics
- ---------------------------------------
october 26 | 8:00 am cet
net.basics presents netstories for breakfast and is dealing with early net
art and the development of the internet, including a presentation of the
projected media plattform for "Graz 2003 - Cultural Capital of Europe",
some lectures, presentations and a nice discussion
PARTICIPANTS: splitterwerk, A; Gerhard Greiner, INFONOVA Information
Technology, A; Willi Stadler; INFONOVA Information Technology, A; Erich
Leitgeb, TU-Graz, Institut fuer Nachrichtentechnik und Wellenausbreitung, A
carried out by Ute Angeringer in cooperation with Info-Design |
http://www.infonova.at
http://www.splitterwerk.at


net.space
- ---------------------------------------
october 26 | 11:00 am cet
Design today. The changing in paradigm is reality.
Selected lectures about modells in network practice and their potential for
applied new-organisation from physical environments. Starting up with a
empirical basic research.
PARTICIPANTS: Manfred Ruttner, mobilkom Austria, A; RPT Kapfenberg, caX, A;
Egon Maurer, Alarm und Raumschutz ARS, A; ski-data, A.
carried out by splitterwerk, Wolfgang Reinisch, Gernot Ritter, in
cooperation with Technical University, Graz
http://www.splitterwerk.at/
http://xarch.tu-graz.ac.at/proj/unit/two/


transfer.net
- ---------------------------------------
october 26 | 4:00 pm cet
_transfer.net_ deals with the framework conditions of everyday/popular net
cultures (i.e. net cultures having, among other things, always some sort of
economic motivation)  and the increasing  intermeshing of entertainment and
consumption cultures on the one hand and net cultures on the other. How are
the popularization of connectivity ("get connected", Nokia) and the
individualization of presence on the net  ("your personal homepage")
affecting the framework conditions for all types of net art? Is it possible
to maintain a counter-cultural net art or community concept in a time when
net-based discourses are increasingly becoming merchandise-type discourses
 ("satisfy your lust", Siemens)?
PARTICIPANTS: Andreas Broeckmann, D; Verena Kuni, D; konsum.net (Margarethe
Jahrmann, Max Moswitzer), A; Station Rose (Elisa Rose, Gary Danner), A/D
carried out by MiDiHy | http://midihy.org
_transfer.net_ is going to be fully webcasted from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm cet
in cooperation with Station Rose  {AT}  http://www.stationrose.com
http://www.transmediale.de
http://www.kuni.org/v/
http://www.climax.at
http://www.stationrose.com


net & literature
- ---------------------------------------
october 26 | 8:00 pm cet
The project is mainly dedicated to the relationships between old (physical)
and new (simulated) spaces -- referring to spaces in their capacity as
cultural terrain. How can narratives be delivered in new spaces? How are
constructions of  "We" developing in these new spaces? What does "presence"
mean under such conditions? What does "public" mean and what would  "the
private" be under such conditions?
PARTICIPANTS: Dzevad Karahasan; Beat Mazenauer, CH, die flut (Thomas
Ballhausen, Xaver Bayer, Julia Hadwiger, A); hugi (Claus D. Volko, D),
upsites revisited (Martin G. Wanko, A); Igor Markovic
carried out by Martin Krusche | http://www.kultur.at
http://www.dieflut.at
http://www.hugi.de
http://www.m-wanko.at/up/


net.relax
- ---------------------------------------
october 26 | 12:00 midnight cet
cool vibes on the net … 
tonto, A: feron, reflector, remi/wini ritsch, lepnik/kaplan, lackner/posch,
strobl, tonto DJ
http://tonto.mur.at/


net.art
- ---------------------------------------
october 27 | 6:00 am cet
Although the creative process is liberated from the limitations of matter,
it nevertheless is dependent on the medium of the work. Comprehensive
technical knowledge is imperative. Furthermore a theoretical programmatic
grasp of net.spaces is necessary, whereby techno-aesthetics in its severity
places the highest demands. And in the end the question: do the present
instruments of discursive forums (such as mailings lists) suffice or should
we advocate "The Birth of the Net-Gallery" which describes that system of
power, deciding on art and non-art? Probing the necessity of elaborating a
productive and distributive apparatus that is to envelope the net-work of
art (collectors, dealers, curates, critics, ncc48 organizers, etc.).
PARTICIPANTS: Josephine Bosma, NL; Andreas Broeckmann, D; Katharina
Gsoellpointner, A; Derick de Kerckhove, CAN; Ulli Meybohm, D; Heat Bunting,
GB; Geert Lovink (remote), NL; audience on site and on line
carried out by ortlos architects, A | http://www.ortlos.com
http://meybohm.de/
http://www.irational.org
www.thing.desk.nl/bilwet/


net.summary
- ---------------------------------------
0ctober 27 | 10:00 am cet
to be realised during the whole 48 hours …


SPECIALS

GOODLOOK-DRUCKLOOK: "going sub"
fashion and the net
http://gegenalltag.at/

NETWORKING STRATEGIES
Zeljko Blace, CRO
A workshop on networking stragegies and collaborative projects (a.net),
[ASU2 - challenges of networking between, .alt/.act/.art & Servers/
Streamers/ Spaces]

PERFORMANCE
Das Werkzeug des Architekten, Thomas Kienzl, A

RADIO
radio boot,Radio Helsinki | http://helsinki.mur.at/


|---------------------------------------------------
|--- ncc 48
|--- netART community congress
|--- opening: october 25th, 12:00 cet
|--- closing: october 27th, 12:00 cet
|--- dom im berg, graz/austria
|----------------------------------------------------

http://ncc.mur.at/
mur.at in collaboration with SPLITTERWERK, ortlos architects, MiDiHy,
Martin Krusche, Radio Helsinki

supported by steirischer herbst, fh-joanneum studiengang informations -
design, TU-Graz, Institut für Gebäudelehre und Wohnbau, Gewilab -- Labor
für geisteswissenschaftliche Informatik (University of Graz), KPMG
InfoDesign, Humanic, Die Steiermärkische, Hypo Leasing Zagreb, City of
Graz, Government of Styria, Bundeskanzleramt 





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Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2001 16:20:02 -0400
From: apolli <apolli {AT} hunter.cuny.edu>
Subject: [PLEASE POST presentation {AT} V2_Organisation, Rotterdam]

V2_Organisatie
Eendrachtsstraat 10, 3012 XL Rotterdam, .nl
T: ++31-10-2067272
F: ++31-10-2067271
www.v2.nl
- --
Wt7.11 Info: 25.11.2001, 14.00 hours

On November 25th V2_ organises its monthly program Wiretap on the topic of
Navigation in Virtual Space. This program is being held within the wider
framework of V2_'s annual theme Grounding, which examines the impact of
technology on urban space.
During the wiretap artists, software developers and theoreticians explore
navigation systems in virtual space and human-machine interfaces. Navigation
systems in virtual environments are increasingly becoming based on 'motion
tracking' (the registration of movement). We can clearly detect a tendency
to experiment more with interfaces which feel more natural or direct to the
user than the traditional mouse/keyboard interface (the so-called command
interface).

The human body is an excellent point of departure to examine these
developments on a micro- as well as on a macro level. The bio-mechanical
activities of the body, ranging from walking (cfr. SPIN), turning of the
head (cfr. Yves Bernard) and the blinking of the eye (cfr. Andrea Polli and
Neil Wiernik, tbc), are movements we perform daily and thus do not need to
*learn* anew. Proponents of bodily-controlled interaction hold the
assumption that computer technology becomes more accessible and natural for
a larger audience by usage of *corpo_real interfaces* .

- -- so we will probably be focusing here on questions of control,
participation, perception, and that O so lovely interface: the body -

Andrea Polli will perform a 20' solo audio piece with eye-tracking
technology.

Guests:
- - Tim Boykett (AU/AUS), Time's UP:
http://www.timesup.org/Spin/index.html
http://www.timesup.org
- - Andrea Polli (USA) audio-visual artist, using eye-tracking technology for
performances and compositions. Designer of interfaces and instruments based
on eye-tracking technology..
http://homepage.interaccess.com/~apolli/
- - Yves Bernard (BE): software developer and producer of motion tracking
interfaces for a.o.. AVATAR (MUHKA, Antwerpen)
http://www.magic.be/
http://www.imal.org
http://www.continent-imaw.net


- -- 
Andrea Polli
Associate Professor
Film and Media
Hunter College
695 Park Ave.
New York, NY
t (212) 772-5589
http://www.andreapolli.com


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Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2001 16:24:55 +1200
From: Cuckoo <cuckoo {AT} cuckoo.org.nz>
Subject: [Cuckoo] presents two spring things:


- --------------------------------------------
> 1.
- --------------------------------------------

VIDEO BABYLON DON

6.00 - 8.30pm
Tuesday 23 October 2001
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki
Free

an exhibition of recent video works curated by Denise Kum who is
currently practising in London. Feat.  Anthony Gross, Aran Mann, Ben
Pruskin, Camila Sposati.

Works will be projected in the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki
auditorium and installed in various adjacent spaces.

Enter from clocktower entrance on Kitchener Street by Wellesley St.

BYO. (Tea and biscuits will be provided.)

Thanks to UNITEC and MIT for a/v support and to Roger Taberner for
supporting this project.

- --------------------------------------------
> 2.
- --------------------------------------------

on the occasion of New Zealand's inaugural Fashion Week

Gayrilla at the Sue Crockford Gallery

DRAW MY BEAUTY or EXIST IN MY BEAUTY

6.00 - 8.30pm
Saturday 27 October 2001
Sue Crockford Gallery
Buzz yourself up.

a high-up life-drawing competition.

All proceeds (finished drawings) go towards the winner. To be judged by
Gayrilla. All decisions are finite.

BYO drawing materials. Pencils and pens only. No yucky pastels or paint.
Gayrilla hates mess.

'could she be the most beautiful gnurl in the world'

Thanks to Sue Crockford for supporting this project.

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> FOR MORE DETAILS
- ----------------------------------------------------------------

For more details, check our website at http://www.cuckoo.org.nz. Send us
your address and get on the e-mailing list now for updates
<cuckoo {AT} cuckoo.org.nz>.

- ----------------------------------------------------------------

Cuckoo is presently Jon Bywater, Judy Darragh, Daniel Malone, Ani O'Neill
and Gwynneth Porter. Email us at cuckoo {AT} cuckoo.org.nz.

We warmly welcome any offers for temporary exhibiting space.

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> MAILING LIST
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Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2001 14:32:02 +0900
From: KOGO <ga2750 {AT} i.bekkoame.ne.jp>
Subject: Take Me Out to the Festival

Take Me Out to the Festival

http://www.trans.artnet.or.jp/~transart/fes/takeme.html
Gaku Tsutaya + Takuji KOGO

Yokohama triennial in The Red brick house 2f
from 2nd of Nov to the end of this festival

This is a research project for Yokohama Triennial
 through the web mail service in Japan in 18th Oct to 1st of Nov.
All comments, opinions about this art festival by users of this web service.

But most of all they are trying to make a date at this art festival with a
fictitious character who we made on this web service.

With the development of internet in cell phone communication, these kind of
web services called Deai-kei site in Japan are became popularized for
typical encounter.
Mostly users are looking for his/her new friend , partner for sex, or
sometimes marriage partner seriously through these E mailing service.
And of course many sex crimes are happen around these web services.

We already had shown the contribution of John Miller's work in our Yokohama
triennial projects " Relational Positions " that is made by 220 personal ads
from Village Voice 
http://www.trans.artnet.or.jp/~transart/works/j.html

Like he noted for this work we can see some of stereotyped cartoon monsters
on his/ her self representations.
And with his 4 different diagrams we can see those characters how connected
with their economical situation, race, sexuality reflecting each domestic
taste , we can check each weird conflicts of expressions with their amateur
copy writings for themselves making zombies or second hand sex commodities.

Comparing John Miller's research on Village Voice ,users self
representations on this web site in Japan are just directly made with their
cartoon character icons as each their identification made from this
service's option from the first.
And the way of user's descriptions in this web site is more like made by
kind of teenager talking  or  more childish  way.
 Even the message written by middle aged person,
he sometimes put childish nickname for himself.
and in here with the first message they must impressed I am safety hiding
sex appeals.

The way of expression looks just like Liam Gillick's work in Yokohama
triennial now, it is maybe completely different of his aim, now the
administration of this art festival is putting loosely a message board on
his colorful plastic chairs
noted
" Don't touch (me) " in Japanese
and moreover in Japanese language, the way of saying like " Notion " at
kinder garden.
Even artist already tried some kind of boring family restaurant to show as
understandable minimal art interior set.
Now It looks this works concept is duplicate non intentionally to destroy
works by organizers themselves.
You can check out our photo report at
http://www.trans.artnet.or.jp/~transart/fes/takeme.html

And so with this research project for Yokohama triennial
we could take exactly the same way for this art festival itself
to show kind of sex war comedy in this kinder garden played by spectators
themselves as our last project in here.



Thank you very much for all collaborators.
We'll keep rolling our projects in some different places near future.

- ----------------------------------------------------------------


Re:move/ *candy factory projects  {AT}  Yokohama Triennial
http://www.trans.artnet.or.jp/~transart/


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Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2001 16:02:21 -0400
From: "Erich W. Schienke" <erich {AT} fog.com>
Subject: MIT Comparative Media Studies : CALL FOR PAPERS : Media in Transition


Passing this along to nettime.


Check out the call for papers at:
http://media-in-transition.mit.edu/conferences/m-i-t/callpapers.htm


MIT Comparative Media Studies

CALL FOR PAPERS

Media in Transition: globalization and convergence, an international conference

conference date: 10-12 May 2002
abstract deadline: 1 January 2002

Terms such as "globalization" and "convergence" increasingly dominate 
discussions of our media environment, yet their meanings remain vague 
and context specific. Many factors make it difficult to make broad 
statements about these trends: The uneven flow of cultural products 
across national borders, the still nascent nature of the new media 
environment, unpredictable patterns of use and meaning among media 
consumers, diverse national histories of cultural exchange or 
isolation, an unstable business climate which alternately encourages 
and discourages innovation and entrepreneurship.

Many core issues remain to be explored: Will globalization reduce or 
expand the world's cultural diversity? Will new technologies empower 
international media makers to enter the American marketplace or leave 
them more exposed than ever before to U.S. cultural exports? How do 
we reconcile the competing forces of media convergence and media 
fragmentation that are shaping the current communications 
infrastructure? What patterns can we discern among convergent content 
and audiences across media forms and international borders? What are 
the implications of media convergence not only at the corporate 
level, but also at the grassroots level where users are in control of 
content, context, and flow?

Two years ago, MIT hosted the first Media in Transition conference, 
bringing together an international array of scholars from many 
different disciplines to examine the process and consequences of 
media change. This year, we invite you back to MIT for the second 
Media in Transition conference. As in the first conference, we 
encourage reflection across disciplinary boundaries, and among 
theorists and practitioners -- a citizenly discourse makes core ideas 
accessible to a broad public.

Focusing especially on North American, European and Asian 
experiences, the conference will provide a platform for a 
historically and culturally comparative analysis of our media past, 
present and future. As in the first Media in Transition conference, 
presentations and multi-media demonstrations will be framed by 
plenary "conversations" in which distinguished panelists will speak 
briefly and then participate in extended dialogue with the audience.

We solicit papers on all aspects of media in transition, including:

changing peripheries and centers
world music-- world media
news and information in the digital age
the internet, policy and popular culture
transnational political activism
cultural disorder: regional censorship and trans-national media
unofficial cultures, cultures of resistance
cultural authority/autonomy/markets
historical precedents/precursors
global media flows, local media meanings
intellectual property: constructions, enforcements, implications
cyber citizenry and the global public sphere
digital culture: language and infrastructure
convergence and fragmentation
public service vs the marketplace: traditions, histories and futures
building a global base for local media production
global fusion and hybridity
"The Third Culture" -- identity in an age of dislocation
the globalization of the media audience
re-examining "the global village"
the transformation of television
narrative forms and cultural change



Abstracts and short bios should be sent by Jan. 1, 2002 to R. J. Bain at:


rjbain {AT} mit.edu
Comparative Media Studies
14N-207
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, MA 02139
USA

The conference will be held at MIT from 10-12 May 2002.

Please visit the web site from the previous Media in Transition conference:
http://web.mit.edu/m-i-t/conferences/m-i-t/


- -- 

:-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-:
  Erich W. Schienke

  Doctoral Student in Science
  and Technology Studies

  Fellow- Center for Ethics
  in Complex Systems

  Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  110 8th St.
  Troy, NY 12180

  office: Sage Labs - 5502
  email: schiee {AT} rpi.edu
  net: http://www.rpi.edu/~schiee
:-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-:


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Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2001 15:00:18 +0200
From: "layers {AT} artimage.at" <layers {AT} artimage.at>
Subject: [artimage05] 5. Medien und Architektur Biennale Graz - INFOSCAPES



Im Rahmen der 5. Medien und Architektur Biennale Graz vom 7. - 11.
November 2001 werden rund 100 aktuelle Medienarbeiten vorgestellt, die
zeitgenössische Architektur und städtische Befindlichkeiten
dokumentieren und reflektieren. Die Verbindung dieser Reflexionen mit
den beiden Konferenzen Cityscapes – Imagineering the Urban Condition und
Infoscapes – Processing Information / Communicating Architecture lässt
die Biennale zu einer Entdeckungsreise für Architektur- und
Kunstinteressierte werden.
Aus dem unfangreichen Programm stellen wir Ihnen die Konferenz
Infoscapes vor und laden Sie herzlich ein, an der Biennale in Graz
teilzunehmen.

Infoscapes – Neue Räume – Neue Strategien für die Kommunikation von
Architektur?
Infoscapes stellt 26 Positionen und Projekte von Architekten, Künstlern,
Designern und Kuratoren vor, die sich mit den Möglichkeiten der Neuen
Medien zur Mediation von Architektur und Urbanismus auseinandersetzen.

>>>>>>Please scroll down for the English version.<<<<<<<

==============================================================
Infoscapes Panel I: City Cartography – Informational Navigation
Palais Attems, Donnerstag / Thursday 8.November 10.00
==============================================================
IFAU & Ulrich Königs: modell O'Brien, Berlin, Köln
Gruppo a12, Udo Noll & Peter Scupelli: Parole, Genua, Köln
Paula Roush: Frankfurtress Ghetto Blast, London
Fumio Matsumoto & Akira Wakita: CT / City Tomography, Tokio
Annette Weintraub: Crossroads, Los Angeles
Stanza: The Central City, London
Superflex: Superchannel, Kopenhagen

==============================================================
Infoscapes Panel II: Architecture: Forms of Mediation and Representation

Palais Attems, Donnerstag / Thursday 8. November 11.30
==============================================================
FAT: FAT Channel, London
Gernot Ritter: Unit One, Graz
Hrvoje Njiric: hOrtus / YokohaMa, Laibach
Michaela Busenkell: a-matter, München
Bnode Architecture: Bnode Web, New York
Group for Architecture: www.GroupA.nl, Rotterdam
Next Architects: NEXT Architecture, Rotterdam
Degre Zero Architecture: Degre Zero, Paris, New York
A. Filetin, I. Milat, K. Rogina & V. Penezic: Penezic & Rogina - Tokyo
Works, Zagreb

==============================================================
Infoscapes Panel III: New Spaces - New Strategies? Inventing New Moves
Palais Attems, Donnerstag / Thursday 8. November 14.30
==============================================================
Aaron Betsky, Direktor des Museums für Architektur, Rotterdam
Steve Dietz, Direktor der New Media Initiatives, Walker Art Center
Dirk De Witt, Kurator and Producer
Christiane Paul, Kuratorin der New Media Arts, Whitney Museum
Monika Fleischmann, Leiterin  MARS - Media Art Research Studies, GMD
Institute for Media Communication in Sankt Augustin, Germany
Gerfried Stocker, Direktor des Ars Electronica Festivals

==============================================================
Infoscapes Panel IV: Interventions in Spheres
Palais Attems, Donnerstag / Thursday 8. November 16.30
==============================================================
Knowbotic Research: Mental imMigration, Frankfurt, Zürich
Karl-Heinz Klopf & Sigrid Kurz: SCREEN TEST : IN SPACE, Wien
Sabine Bitter & Helmut Weber: Major Leisure, Wien
LAB[au]: Cityscapes Interface, Brüssel


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In the context of the 5th graz biennial on media and architecture 07-11
November 2001 about 100 works on new media are presented, which document
and reflect contemporary architecture and urban presentnesses. The
connection of these reflections with both conferences Cityscapes –
Imagineering the Urban Condition and Infoscapes – Processing Information
/ Communicating Architecture lets the biennial become a discouvery
journey for people interested in art and architecture.
Out of the large program we want to introduce the conference Infoscapes
and invite you to take part in the biennial in Graz.

Infoscapes –  New Spaces – New Strategies for Communicating
Architecture?
Infoscapes presents 26 items and projects by architects, artists,
designers and curators, who have addressed the opportunities for the
mediation of architecture and urbanism offered by the new media.

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Infoscapes Panel I: City Cartography – Informational Navigation
Palais Attems, Donnerstag / Thursday 8.November 10.00
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IFAU & Ulrich Königs: modell O'Brien, Berlin, Köln
Gruppo a12, Udo Noll & Peter Scupelli: Parole, Genua, Köln
Paula Roush: Frankfurtress Ghetto Blast, London
Fumio Matsumoto & Akira Wakita: CT / City Tomography, Tokio
Annette Weintraub: Crossroads, Los Angeles
Stanza: The Central City, London
Superflex: Superchannel, Kopenhagen

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Infoscapes Panel II: Architecture: Forms of Mediation and Representation

Palais Attems, Donnerstag/ Thursday 8. November 11.30
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FAT: FAT Channel, London
Gernot Ritter: Unit One, Graz
Hrvoje Njiric: hOrtus / YokohaMa, Laibach
Michaela Busenkell: a-matter, München
Bnode Architecture: Bnode Web, New York
Group for Architecture: www.GroupA.nl, Rotterdam
Next Architects: NEXT Architecture, Rotterdam
Degre Zero Architecture: Degre Zero, Paris, New York
A. Filetin, I. Milat, K. Rogina & V. Penezic: Penezic & Rogina - Tokyo
Works, Zagreb

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Infoscapes Panel III: New Spaces - New Strategies? Inventing New Moves
Palais Attems, Donnerstag / Thursday 8. November 14.30
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Aaron Betsky, Director of the Museum of Architecture, Rotterdam
Steve Dietz, Director of New Media Initiatives, Walker Art Center
Dirk De Witt, Curator and Producer
Christiane Paul, Adjunct Curator of New Media Arts, Whitney Museum
Monika Fleischmann, Head of MARS - Media Art Research Studies, GMD
Institute for Media Communication in Sankt Augustin, Germany
Gerfried Stocker, Director of the Ars Electronica Festival

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Infoscapes Panel IV: Interventions in Spheres
Palais Attems, Donnerstag / Thursday 8. November 16.30
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Knowbotic Research: Mental imMigration, Frankfurt, Zürich
Karl-Heinz Klopf & Sigrid Kurz: SCREEN TEST : IN SPACE, Wien
Sabine Bitter & Helmut Weber: Major Leisure, Wien
LAB[au]: Cityscapes Interface, Brüssel

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Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2001 01:22:59 -0400 (EDT)
From: Tom Sherman <twsherma {AT} mailbox.syr.edu>
Subject: Nerve Theory/Syr & Mtl



Le Moyne College's Coyne Performing Arts Center and the LeMoyne
Student Programing Board present:

the American premiere of "THE DISCONNECTION MACHINE"
by Nerve Theory (Tom Sherman and Bernhard Loibner)

Jesuit Theater, Thursday, November 8, 2001, 9:00pm*
Le Moyne College, Syracuse, New York


     Nerve Theory creates VidSonic environments that are
immersive, intense and challenging.  THE DISCONNECTION MACHINE is
a 45-minute performance that fingers global telecommunications as
the trigger of human disconnection.  Disembodied voices, free-
floating images, asynchronous messaging, addiction to amplitude
and data-density, the fragmenting effects of the multi-syndrome,
are distancing people from their sense of place and peace of
mind.

     Tom Sherman (U.S./Canada) and Bernhard Loibner (Austria)
have been recording and performing together since 1993.  As Nerve
Theory they have performed in Paris, Vienna, Linz, Stuttgart and
New York.  Their recordings, video and texts are available at: 
http://www.allquiet.org/

     Following this Syracuse appearance, Nerve Theory will
perform THE DISCONNECTION MACHINE at ELEKTRA 2001 in Montreal,
Quebec, November 10, 2001.  The ELEKTRA 2001 festival also
features performances by Oval, Monty Cantsin, Louis-Philippe
Demers, Jean Piche, Yves Daoust, Louis Dufort, and Purform:
http://www.elektrafestival.ca

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DIRECTIONS to Le Moyne College's Coyne Center for the Performing
Arts: take E. Genesee to the traffic light at Salt Springs Rd.,
take Salt Springs Rd. (left) until it intersects with Springfield
Rd. (turn left onto Springfield).  This is the Eastern edge of
the Le Moyne campus (the first right off Springfield is Parking
Lot C, parking for the Coyne Performing Arts Center).]

*This Coyne Performing Arts Center presentation of
THE DISCONNECTION MACHINE is sponsored by Le Moyne College.
There will be no admission charge.

For further information call: 315-445-4523

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DIRECTIONS (continued):

     From the South (Pennsylvania, Binghampton, Ithaca, etc)
Route 81 North to Route 690 East to Thompson Rd. South exit.
Thompson Rd. uphill, right turn on Springfield Rd (top of the
hill), left at first intersection (still Springfield Rd.) Enter
campus at Parking Lot C.

     From the North (Ontario, Watertown, N. Syracuse, etc.)
Route 81 south to Route 690 east to Thompson Rd. South exit, then
same as above.

     From the East (Albany, Utica, Rome, etc.)
Route 90 (NYS Thruway) Westbound to Route 481 South, to Route 690
West, to Thompson Rd. South exit, then the same as above.

     From the West (Rochester, Buffalo, Auburn, etc.)
Route 90 (NYS Thruway Eastbound to Route 481 South, to Route 690
West, to Thompson Rd. South, then the same as above.

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Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2001 13:36:44 -0400
From: "Ollivier Dyens" <odyens {AT} hotmail.com>
Subject: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Metal_and_Flesh/Chair_et_M=E9tal_New/Nouveau?=



Metal and Flesh is proud to announce the first
VIGIL OF PLANETARY NETART
http://www.metalandflesh.com

 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 M=E9tal est heureux de vous inviter =E0 la premi=E8re
VEILLE PLAN=C9TAIRE D'ART EN R=C9SEAU
http://www.chairetmetal.com

La Veille plan=E9taire d'art en r=E9seau est un =E9v=E9nement annuel =
o=F9 divers
intervenants de la cybercommunaut=E9 ont =E9t=E9 invit=E9s =E0 choisir =
une oeuvre
d'art Internet majeure et de commenter =E0 la fois l'oeuvre et le choix =
qu'ils
ont op=E9r=E9. La d=E9finition de ce qui constitue une oeuvre d'art =
Internet n'a,
volontairement, pas =E9t=E9 pr=E9cis=E9e. Les intervenants et les =
internautes se
voient ainsi confront=E9s =E0 de multiples perceptions de l'art en =
r=E9seau.


Cyberguests/Internautes invit=E9s

Jos=E9phine Bosma
Charles Bourget
Herv=E9 Fischer
Jean-Paul Fourmentraux
Crispin Sartwell
Alex Galloway
Jon Ippolito
Philippe Qu=E9au
Pierre Robert
Joel Slayton
Alan Sondheim
Stahl Stenslie
Christian Vandendorpe
RT Mark

Also available, an interview with Edmond Couchot, as well as thoughts on =
the
NetArt process by the Richard Barbeau and Ollivier Dyens, the event
organizers

En plus des s=E9lections, une entrevue avec Edmond Couchot de =
l'Universit=E9 de
Paris 8, ainsi que les r=E9flexions d'Ollivier Dyens et Richard Barbeau,
organisateurs de l'=E9v=E9nement, sont aussi disponibles sur le site de =
l'
exposition.






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