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   transmediale salon: Leipziger Allerlei & Ken Goldberg, 11.12.01                 
     Andreas Broeckmann <>(Redirected by "transmediale" <info@

   UNPACKING EUROPE EXHIBITION                                                                                                                

   CFP: Internet Research 3.0 Net / Work / Theory in Maastricht                    
     jeremy hunsinger <>                                                 

   GLITCH symposium & performance event                                            
     Per Platou <>                                                     

   ((( NOMUSIC ))) Festival 001                                                    
     "nomusic" <>                                                    

   invitation:Tanja Vujinovic at the Museum of the City of Skopje                  
     "Jan Kusej" <>                                               

   cfp: design education, a dialogue across cultures (split, feb. 2002)            
     geert lovink <>                                                  

   [cybersalon] The Shape of Nets to Come - Tues 18 Dec 2001                       
     "cybersalonuk" <>(by way of richard barbrook)           

   Calling all Media Makers - Borderlines...                                       
     "s)a)m" <>                                                     

   Franklin Furnace presents Gabriele Leidloff's l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t   
     "Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc." <>                     


Date: Fri, 07 Dec 2001 17:10:00 +0200
From: Andreas Broeckmann <>(Redirected by "transmediale" <>)
Subject: transmediale salon: Leipziger Allerlei & Ken Goldberg, 11.12.01

(Redirected by "transmediale" <>)
transmediale salon:

Leipziger Allerlei und Ken Goldberg (USA)

Doppelprogramm 	(beginnt schon um 19.00 Uhr !!)

Dienstag, 11. Dezember 2001, 19.00 Uhr
Podewil, Klosterstr.68-70, Berlin-Mitte
Eintritt: DM 10 / DM 8

Leipziger Allerlei

Die Hochschule fuer Gestaltung und Buchkunst Leipzig hat sich in den
Jahren zu einer der herausragenden deutschen Schulen fuer Medienkunst
entwickelt. Studenten der HGB praesentieren interaktive und
Internet-basierte Projekte.

The Hochschule fr Gestaltung und Buchkunst Leipzig has become one of the
most important addresses of media art education in Germany over the last
years. Students from HGB will present their projeects, especially relating
to Internet and interactivity.

Moderation: Joachim Blank

Ab 21.00 Uhr ist der amerikanische Kuenstler Ken Goldberg zu Gast, der
international bekannten tele-robotischen Installationen (z. B. Telegarden
und Tele-Actor) vorstellen wird.

The American artist Ken Goldberg, internationally reknowned for his
tele-robotic installations (e.g. Telegarden and Tele-Actor) will present
recent projects.

Moderation: Tilman Baumgaertel

Ausserdem Kurzpr酲entationen und Erstverkauf der Bcher:
Tilman Baumgaertel: " 2.0 - Neue Materialien zur Netzkunst",
transmediale.01: "DIY Medien: Software, Partizipation, Distribution",
Berlin 2001.

[Der transmediale salon praesentiert regelm酲sig und in informellem
Projekte, Vortraege und Performances aus Medienkunst und Medienkultur.]

Podewil 030-24749-777 (Mo-Fr, 14-19 Uhr)


klosterstr. 68-70
d-10179 berlin
fon +49 30 2472 1907
fax +49 30 2472 1909


Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 08:11:33 EST

You are invited to the opening of the international exhibition and 
presentation of a new book about the impact of globalization and immigration 
on European cultural identity,

curators: Salah Hassan and Iftikhar Dadi

on Wednesday, 12 December from 5:30pm - 8pm
at the Museum Boijamans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Artists: Willem Boshoff, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Heri Dono, Coco Fusco, 
Ni Haifeng, Fiona Hall, Isaac Julien, Rashid Koraichi, Ken Lum, Nalini 
Malani, Johannes Phokela, Keith Piper, Anri Sala, Yinka Shonibare, Vivan 
Sundaram, Nasrin Tabatabi, Fred Wilson, Shi Yong

Authos: Leslie A. Adleson, Martin Bernal, Rustom Bharucha, Susan Buck-Morss, 
Dipesh Chakrabarty, Rey Chow, Jimmie Durham, Fatima El-tayeb, Okwui Enwezor, 
Stuart Hall, Fredric Jameson, Ali A. Mazrui, Naltalie Melas, Aki Nawaz, Irit 
Rogoff, Naoki Sakai, Apinan Poshyananda, Ted Swedenburg, Gilane Tawadros, 
Slavoj Zizek

the exhibition runs through February 24, 2002

Museumpark 18-20 
Postbus 2277
3000 CG Rotterdam
The Netherlands


Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 08:55:31 -0500
From: jeremy hunsinger <>
Subject: CFP: Internet Research 3.0 Net / Work / Theory in Maastricht

apologies if you receive multiple copies from a variety of lists, please 

Internet Research 3.0: NET / WORK / THEORY
International and Interdisciplinary Conference
of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR)
International Institute of INFONOMICS and University of Maastricht

Maastricht, The Netherlands
October 13-16 2002
Conference Website:
Deadline for submissions: February 15, 2002.

The Internet has become an integral, ubiquitous part of everyday life
in many social domains and international contexts. Yet, most of the
public attention on cyberspace remains fueled by utopian or dystopian
visions, rather than being informed by the growing body of research on
the Internet as a complex fact of modern life.
Internet Research (IR) 3.0, an international and interdisciplinary
conference, will feature a variety of perspectives on Internet research,
in order to develop a better theoretical and pragmatic understanding of
the Internet. Building on the previous well-attended international
conferences, the IR 3.0 will bring together prominent scholars,
researchers, and practitioners from many disciplines, fields and countries
for a program of presentations, panel discussions, and informal exchanges.

This year's theme is Net/Work/Theory. Contributors are called to
reflect on how to theorize what we know about the Internet and on how
to apply what we know theoretically in practice. The conference will
be held for the first time in Europe, whose intellectual environments
have traditionally been a source of social and cultural theory.

IR 3.0 will be hosted by the International Institute of Infonomics in
the beautiful city of Maastricht in the Netherlands. As the city in
which one of the key treaties of the European Union was signed,
Maastricht also symbolizes a changing Europe in a changing
international setting. The conference will provide opportunities to
network, learn from other researchers, hear from leading players in
Internet development, and enjoy the "art of fine living" of Maastricht,
in the south of the Netherlands.

The Association of Internet Researchers invites paper, presentation,
and panel proposals from AoIR members and non-members on topics
that address social, cultural, political, economic, and aesthetic aspects of
Internet. We welcome interdisciplinary submissions as well as submissions
from any discipline. Panel presentations that establish connections across
disciplines, institutions, and/or continents are especially encouraged.
We also seek presentations that will make creative use of Internet
technologies and techniques.

Theoretical and Methodological approaches to Internet Research
Internet Access, Use and Effects
Psychology and the Internet
Individuals, Groups, and Communities Online
Privacy, Surveillance, and Security on the Internet
Internet Policy, Ethics, Law, and Politics
Teaching, Learning and the Internet
The Internet in Writing and Publishing
Ethnicity, Race, Identity, Gender, and Sexuality Online
The Internet in Cultural Contexts
The Internet in History
Digital Arts and Aesthetics
Gaming on the Internet
E-commerce, E-Business, or Value of Digital Content
New Technologies and New Media
E-Sectors (e-health, e-games, e-entertainment, e-other...)

This list is not meant to be exclusive, but to trigger ideas and
encourage submissions from a range of disciplines. The organizers will
take an active role in generating and joining the various interests in
appropriate formats

Proposals can be of three types - papers, presentations, and panels.
Each person is entitled to submit 1 paper, 1 presentation, and/or 1 panel

Proposals for papers: 150-250 word abstract.
Creative presentations (surprise us!) and Internet-related project
demonstrations (including digital arts) are encouraged. The format for
these proposals is the same as those for regular papers (150-250 word
Panels will generally include three to four papers or presentations.
The session organizer should submit a 250-500 word statement describing
   the session topic, include abstracts of up to 250 words for each paper or
presentation, and indicate that each author is willing to participate in the
We also invite proposals for pre-conference workshop. These proposals
should be submitted as soon as possible (no later than January 15, 2002)
so that the workshops can be publicized.
Graduate students are highly encouraged to submit proposals. They
should note their student status with submission for consideration of
a special Student Award. If you intend to be a candidate for the Student
Award you must also send a final version of your proposal (final paper)
by 15th September 2002.

Submission will be accepted from 15th December until 15th February 2002.
All proposals should be submitted electronically at:
It is preferred that you use HTML to minimally format your paper.
Average time allotted for a paper or presentation will be 15 minutes.
Average time allotted for a panel will be 1 hour and 30 minutes, including
discussion time. If these time constraints are not appropriate for your
panel/presentation, please include that in your abstract. Please include
any equipment or special considerations that might affect your presentation.

Proposal submission: 15th December, 2001- February 15, 2002
Author notification: April 1, 2002
Presenter's Registration to the conference: September 15, 2002
Student Award: Final paper due September 15, 2002

If you have questions about the conference, program, or AoIR, please

Conference Coordinator: Monica Murero,
Infonomics and University of Maastricht,
Program Chair:  Klaus Bruhn Jensen, University of Copenhagen:
A(o)IR President: Steve Jones,
More Information about IR 3.0 can be found on the Conference Website:
For more information about the Association of Internet Researchers,
including information on joining the Association, visit AoIR' s website
For more information about the International Institute of Infonomics
visit our website at

- -- 
jeremy hunsinger
cddc/political science
526 major williams hall 0130
virginia tech			-under construction
blacksburg, va 24061


Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2001 22:34:44 +0100
From: Per Platou <>
Subject: GLITCH symposium & performance event

11-13 January 2002
Oslo Academy of Fine Art, Norway
initiated by Motherboard / LA Org

GLITCH: [from German `glitschen' to slip, via Yiddish 'glitshen', to slide
or skid]. A surge of current or a spurious electrical signal; also, in
extended use, a sudden short-lived irregularity in behavior. The outcome of
a glitch is unknown.

"Glitch" is a commonplace expression in computer- and networks terminology,
meaning to slip, slide, an irregularity, a malfunction or a "little
electrical error".

We have approached the theme Glitch from two main points of view:

1: Glitch as an aesthetical direction in electronic art: an aesthetic that
consciously uses and amplifies "errors" and "noise" in the realization of
an artwork.

2: Glitch as an element in the creative process, where unexpected conflicts
between hard- and software and people play an important part in generating
the work itself. Here the Glitch is a driving force in the interplay of
humans and machines, while the results fluctuate in a continuous temporal
state of change, which may be adjusted or radically altered underway.

With "GLITCH" - the symposium and performance event - we wish to expose the
diversity of work created by artists working thematically and practically
within the notion of Glitch. While Glitch Music has experienced a greater
amount of exposure, other forms of Glitch Art have remained more obscure.
Some have not been conceptualized as art at all. With this Glitch event we
wish to bring together a selection of national and international artists,
academics and other Glitch practitioners for a short space of time to share
their work with the public and to create a platform for debate and
discussion between participants and public.

GLITCH therefore comprises of an intense weekend of lectures, talks and
performances with a strong emphasis on Live Art and performance that
reflects the current trend of cross-genre art practices and collaborations.

Maja Kuzmanovic & Nik Gaffney (B/NL)
Toast Girl (JAP)
Tony Scott/beflix (UK)
Gisle Hannemyr (N)
J鷨gen Larsson (N)
Espen Sommer Eide/phonophani (N)
Cecilia Parsberg (SWE)
Andi Freeman/deepdisc (UK)
Staffan & his Machine (SWE)
Grethe Melby (N)
Gisle Fr鼜sland (N)
John Dummett/otiose (UK)
Anne Hilde Neset/the wire (UK)
Jeff Mann (CAN)
T鼜en/Nood (N)
Verdensteatret (N)

GLITCH is initiated, arranged and produced by MOTHERBOARD and LA ORG in
collaboration with BEK (Bergen Center for Electronic Art), and hosted by
The Academy of Fine Art in Oslo. Glitch has currently secured funding from
the Norwegian Council for Cultural Affairs and PNEK (Production Network for
Electronic Art). Hotrod magazine has offered generous support on the PR

Beware of Glitch


Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2001 22:14:37 +0100
From: "nomusic" <>
Subject: ((( NOMUSIC ))) Festival 001

(((NOMUSIC))) Festival 001
Tuesday 18/12/2001
Audio/Video Live Streaming Continuous
Fly :
[GMT+1] French Time

> Quartet GHP - Strasbourg (FR)

> Carl.Y - Mulhouse (FR)

> OiMa - Devon (UK)

> laboiteblanche - Nice (FR)

> lafrousse - Paris (FR)

> J.Montessuis - Strasbourg (FR)

> NoisiV - Berlin (GE)

> Iso Brown - Strasbourg (FR)

> Ping FM - Weimar (DE)

> EsoundC - Varna (BL)


Date: Sun, 09 Dec 2001 16:26:22 +0000
From: "Jan Kusej" <>
Subject: invitation:Tanja Vujinovic at the Museum of the City of Skopje

for immediate release

Variola Vera, video installation
Tanja Vujinovic

Open Graphic Studio
Museum of the City of Skopje
Mito Hadgi Vasilev bb
Opening: 12.12.2001. at 19h
Organization and public relations: Atanas Botev +389 (0)2 114 742,
With the support of: Pro Helvetia, Youth Cultural Center Maribor, and Museum 
of the City of Skopje

The video installation "Variola Vera" is derived from Yugoslav film director 
G. Markovic's motion picture, which is a narrative about the last great 
outbreak of this disease in Europe (Belgrade, 1972), and takes place in the 
isolation ward of a hospital. The subject gains in its possible actuality in 
the context of the latest treats of potential bio-terrorist attacks. Video 
projections are functioning as diverse mirrors that are reflecting 
developments of individual anxieties within the collective. Variants of this 
work were exhibited this year in Cultural Center Gallery Belgrade and Media 
Nox Gallery Maribor. In January 2002, it will be presented within the Helium 
project, organized by Ballongmagasinet and NIFCA (Nordic Institute for 
Contemporary Art).

with Variola Vera, Vujinovic insists on the ontological dimension within 
the social. Variola Vera is the ontological horizon of the Balkan condition. 
The installation, in drawing upon the classic feature film entitled Variola 
Vera, produced some 20 years ago in the territory known as Yugoslavia, is 
the contingency reservoir. Our very certainty of the dissolution of any 
certainty is already stated - there, in the film. Hence, it indicates a 
deeper ontological level of contingency within the social. Variola Vera is 
an actualization of the absent ground for present representations of art. 
Variola Vera is the marker of our proper, deeply bodily dimension of 
uncertainty. Variola Vera is the dark, smelly, dirty, poisoned flesh of any 
society and someones, anyones, private obsessions .
Marina Grzinic, philosopher and new media theorist,
Part of the text from the exhibition catalogue

Tanja Vujinovic Kusej was born in 1973 in Yugoslavia. Since 1996, she has 
been presenting interventions, video installations and other works at 
various galleries, artist-run centres and public spaces in more than thirty 
individual and group exhibitions (Germany, Yugoslavia, Macedonia, Scotland, 
France, Slovenia etc.). Tanja had completed her studies in Belgrade at the 
College of Industrial Design, at the Faculty of Fine Arts and had been a 
guest student in Jan Dibbets class at Kunstakademie Dsseldorf, Germany.
In her work, Tanja Vujinovic deals with some of the most significant aspects 
of contemporary society: various crises and its effects on the individual, 
manifestation of ideological parameters imposed by mass media; appropriating 
mass media visual and audio material and transforming it into new structures 
with modified meanings. In early videos and drawings-pictograms, she 
investigates a variety of compulsive activities interiorized by the 
individual as well as a number of restrictive behavioural patterns, within 
the frame of acceptable and expected. Repetitive annoying noise and visual 
element patterns are investigating mechanisms of subliminal suggestive media 
She is a freelance artist currently living in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Contact address:

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Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 14:20:42 +1100
From: geert lovink <>
Subject: cfp: design education, a dialogue across cultures (split, feb. 2002)

From: "Mirko Petric" <>
Sent: Monday, December 10, 2001 12:55 PM

Call for papers


An international conference to take place at
the Department of Visual Communication Design,
Arts Academy, University of Split, Croatia
February 28th - March 2nd, 2002

The awarenness of the importance of design and designers in an 
industrial and postindustrial world grew at an unprecedented rate 
throughout the twentieth century. At the beginning of the new century, 
we are faced with an even more pronounced role of a seemingly universal 
design culture, spurred by the confluence of new technologies and new 
identities forged in the era of reflexive modernization. In spite of the 
globalizing tendencies, however, there still exists design production 
reflecting local needs and following local traditions.

This situation is reflected in the process of design education, which is 
more often than not linked to the very specific conditions of individual 
countries and regions. To educate designers to successfully practice 
their profession still entails rather different processes in different 
parts of the world. Educators working in the area have a lot to learn 
from one another, even though they are working in radically different 

The British Council Zagreb and several Croatian educational design 
organizations have initiated a dialogue across cultures on what it means 
to educate designers today. The aim of this conference is to expand this 
dialogue to include participants from other countries reflecting on the 
intricacies of contemporary design education.

The organizing committee welcomes contributions on teaching and learning 
methods in various fields of design education, skill requirements of 
design graduates, new areas of study in design research, the role of 
business in design education, the relative importance of the local 
industries and the global economy for the design profession, and the 
related issues.

The language of the conference is English.

Please send your 200-word proposals for 20-minute papers to the 
organizing committee by December 31, 2001. Proposals should be e-mailed 

Queries will be answered by the conference coordinator: Mirko Petric 
(Arts Academy, Split)

Organizing committee:
Rosana Besednik (The British Council - Zagreb)
Lana Cavar (Croatian Design Society)
Ivan Doroghy (Department of Design, Zagreb)
Tomislav Lerotic (Arts Academy, Split)
Mirko Petric (Arts Academy, Split)
Nina Rezek-Wilson (Faculty of Textile Technology, Zagreb)
Tonci Vladislavic (Faculty of Textile Technology, Zagreb)


Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 15:17:30 +0000 (GMT)
From: "cybersalonuk" <>(by way of richard barbrook)
Subject: [cybersalon] The Shape of Nets to Come - Tues 18 Dec 2001

<The Shape of Nets to Come>

//// The Cybersalon/ NMK Christmas lecture /////

Tues 18 december 2001

8pm- 1am

Discussion 8.00 - 9.30pm
Is the internet able to transform society, increase freedom and
provide unlimited business opportunities? Is this Utopian hype?

The Annual New Media Knowledge Christmas Lecture is given by Dr
Richard Barbrook- co founder of Cybersalon. Dr Barbrook will examine
the history of the internet, its current value as a medium and how it
will continue to grow and affect culture, business and society.
He will give a hard-hitting and critical analysis of how new media
has developed over the last few years, and will take on
the 'Californian utopians' and the 'English miserablists', arguing
that the industry has been cursed by both exuberant optimism and
irrational pessimism.

Chaired by Sean Dodson- writer, Guardian Online

For more info see:

6/ 5 (conc) /4 (ICA)
Buy tickets on 020 7930 3647 or

In the Bar and New Media Centre all night- 1.50 entry/free (ICA)


+ Fabrice Mogini and jnrtv perform extracts of their new album
'MORPHEUS >> emergent music' live generative and interactive music
using systems built in SuperCollider.

+ Prodical (Zip Dog) + DJ Smart Monkey (Free Radical Sounds) meet in
a live sound clash of classic reggae, nu UK roots and funky breaks

+ with special guest DJ Tico (Little Tempo - Japan)(tbc) spinning
sweet and twisted lovers rock from his magic box of 7"s

+ VJs Sanfrandisco (Japan)

+ Rechord

+ Hungarian digital artists - C3.

ICA, The Mall, London SW1
Tubes: Piccadiilly, Charing Cross

+ "In many ways the exhibition already happened"- Come early and see
the new ICA exhibition included in ticket price [closes at 7.30pm] -
a French fest of architecture, video, graphic and product design.







Smart Fusion

About NMK:
New Media Knowledge works to support the growth of the UK's digital
media industry, and to meet the sector's learning and business support
needs through a programme of conferences, seminars, courses, research
projects and publications.

Two talks as part of the ICA's Climax 01 music season

Tuesday 11th Dec, 12pm-1.30pm
Saving the soul of electronica from the robots...
Why do many people think of electronic music as white music? Charlie
Dark chairs a talk exploring a Blacktronic past, present and future.
With panelists: The Dreem Teem's Timmi Magic; Dennis Bovell (legendary
record producer of Fela Kuti, Linton Kwesi Johnson and Matumbi) and IG
Culture (New Sector Movements' doyen of the West London/Broken Beat
Free for ICA/MU members (day membership: 1.50)

Tuesday 11th Dec, 2pm-3.30pm
The Visual identity of music in the age of MP3
With consumers increasingly bypassing a CD for an MP3, and artists
developing new ways of 'live' performance what's the future of music
going to look like? Chaired by ICA Director of Performing Arts, Andrew
Missingham with panellists Swifty (xyz designer of the year, Art
Editor of Straight No Chaser), Ali Augur (Designer with BBH agency,
Creative Director of "Plastic People" club) and Adrian Shaughnessy
(Creative Director of design company Intro).
Free for ICA/MU members (day membership 1.50)

To reserve tickets, call the ICA box office: 020 7930 3647
ICA, The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH

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Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2001 18:41:52 +1100
From: "s)a)m" <>
Subject: Calling all Media Makers - Borderlines...

Hello there,

Borderlines is a media festival planned for Adelaide on 23/24 March 2002...

Check out for version zero information.

Join the announce list by sending a blank email to:

Calling all media makers: media activists, journalists, freelancers, 
storytellers, zinestars, editors, filmmakers, radio producers, ...

More information distributed to you soon.

See you in Adelaide in March :-) 


Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2001 14:44:53 -0500
From: "Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc." <>
Subject: Franklin Furnace presents Gabriele Leidloff's l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t

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For Immediate Release
Gabriele Leidloff

Presented by Franklin Furnace under the aegis of jihui (A Project of the 
NetArt Initiative):
Wednesday, December 19, 2001 3 PM  4PM
at Parsons, Center for New Design
55 West 13th Street, 9th Fl.
and live online at,

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l o g - i n / l o c k e d  o u t

A Forum of Art and Neuroscience

Gabriele Leidloff introduces the production with her video work.

Live streaming NYC<->Berlin with the webmaster of l o g - i n / l o c k e 
d  o u t Frank Fietzek and onsite participants.

Presentations of l o g - i n / l o c k e d  o u t Digital Forum by Parsons' 

For details and go to

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Franklin Furnace is proud to present Gabriele Leidloff, an artist in 
residence in its series THE FUTURE OF THE PRESENT 2001, hosted by Parsons 
School of Design, Digital Design Department.

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l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t - a forum of art, neurology and communication.

Gabriele Leidloff initiated the forum l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t as an 
artistic production. l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t invites artists 
neuroscientists and entrepreneurs into a dialogue. This dialogue manifests 
itself through exhibitions, debates, and salons creating a series of events 
for participants and their artistic and scientific work.

l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t creates a new form of dramaturgy. In the 
delineation of existing events l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t presents a 
selectively arranged international network of specialists keen on social 
relevance and potentially explosive themes:

- - Applied technology in art and medicine
- - Eye movement and cognition in relation to imagination and perception
- - Speech versus narrative structure

Through this concentration of material, a self-updating program develops 
which is continually inserted into events with the cooperation of the 
organizers. l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t creates artistic installations 
for various cultural and economic events, its customers and the public.

Events are documented through ongoing installations such that build upon 
one another while the circle of participants continuously enlarges and 
expands. l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t will produce itself over a five 
year period ending in 2004 and reach fruition in a bilingual catalogue.

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Anniversary year, presents THE FUTURE OF THE PRESENT 2001.

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 the understanding of a virtual art, a networked art and an 
art that is pervasive and ubiquitous in the years to come.

jihui (the meeting point, a project of NetArt Initiative), a self-regulated 
digital salon, invites all interested people to send ideas for 
discussion/performance/etc, jihui puts you right under the spotlight. For 
more info, visit check under toBeIsToDo.

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

Since 1997, Franklin Furnace's virtual programs have been made possible by 
the faith and foresight of Jerome Foundation, The Greenwall Foundation, the 
Heathcote Art Foundation, The Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science, 
and Technology, the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency, the 
New York State Council on the Arts' Technology Initiative, and The Andy 
Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Inc.

to visit 'This Month's World Wide Events'.
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