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   Privacy Lecture Series - Pamela Samuelson, Jan. 17, 2002                        
     Ana Viseu <ana.viseu {AT} utoronto.ca>                                               

   <PLUG AND PLAY> HYPE                                                            
     "dave" <dave {AT} gabba.net>                                                         

   Warm Up & Internet Vote 15. Stuttgart Filmwinter                                
     "benjamin fischer  >>  PP*" <b {AT} punkpixel.com>                                   

   Hybrid Discourse                                                                
     Anya Lewin <a.lewin {AT} dartington.ac.uk>                                           

     Kulturamt der Stadt Oldenburg <info {AT} kulturamt.oldenburg.de>                     

   FREEZER JAM!                                                                    
     n30mural {AT} speakeasy.net                                                          

   Nota de Prensa                                                                  
     prensa {AT} li.urp.edu.pe                                                            

   [transmediale] newsletter 05 - club_transmediale & performances                 
     "transmediale" <info {AT} transmediale.de>                                           

   matrix: intersections in art & technology                                       
     honor <honor {AT} va.com.au>                                                         


Date: Sun, 13 Jan 2002 13:32:31 -0500
From: Ana Viseu <ana.viseu {AT} utoronto.ca>
Subject: Privacy Lecture Series - Pamela Samuelson, Jan. 17, 2002

[The Privacy Lecture Series re-starts this coming week with a talk by 
Pamela Samuelson, one of the most renowed cyber-rights advocate in the U.S. 
Pamela's work in the sphere of copyright and intellectual property (IP), 
defending basic individual rights against advances by powerful 
corporations, has made her internationally aclaimed. This lecture will 
bring together the issues of privacy and intellectual property.

Check the date and time below. The location is the same as last term. Best. 



Thursday, January 17, 2002

140 St. George, Room 728
Faculty of Information Studies (building adjacent to Robarts Library)
University of Toronto

The lectures are free of charge and you do NOT have to register.


As the content industries expand the scope of intellectual property (IP) 
and the technological means for enforcement, important other social values 
are negatively affected such as freedom of speech, freedom of research and 
privacy. In this talk Pam Samuelson, will focus on the right to privacy and 
how it is affected by the emerging new copyright regime, for instance, how 
do we balance individuals' right control their private sphere with 
corporate rights to control their property and combat piracy? Are new 
systems, which force users to license content and to establish a permanent 
relation with the right holders, for example in Windows XP, an intrusion 
into the user's private sphere? Can the issue of privacy be used to fight 
the seemingly limitless expansion of rights of IP holders?


Pamela Samuelson is a Professor at the University of California at Berkeley 
with a joint appointment in the School of Information Management and 
Systems and the School of Law. She is also Director of the Berkeley Center 
for Law and Technology. Her principal area of expertise is intellectual 
property law. She has written and spoken extensively about the challenges 
that new information technologies are posing for public policy and 
traditional legal regimes and is an advisor for the Samuelson Law, 
Technology and Public Policy Clinic.

In 1997, Samuelson was named a fellow of the John D. & Catherine T. 
MacArthur Foundation. In 1998, she was recognized by the National Law 
Journal as being among the 50 most influential female lawyers in the 
country and among the eight most influential in Northern California. She 
was recently elected to membership in the American Law Institute and named 
a fellow of the Association of Computing Machinery. In 2001, she was 
appointed to a UC Berkeley Chancellor's Professorship for distinguished 
research, teaching and service for her contributions to both Boalt Hall and 
the School of Information Management and Systems.

To register for the Privacy Lecture Series announcement email list please 
go to: <http://privacy.openflows.org/>

The Privacy Lecture Series is organized by Ana Viseu, a researcher 
currently working at the University of Toronto on her Ph.D. dissertation 
which focuses on the development and implementation of wearable computers. 
Her research interests include questions of privacy, social dimensions of 
technology, and the mutual adaptation processes between individuals and 
technology. Ana holds a Master's Degree in Interactive Communication from 
the Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain.

The Privacy Lecture Series is co-sponsored by the Knowledge Media Design 
Institute (KMDI) <http://www.kmdi.utoronto.ca/> and the Information Policy 
Research Program (IPRP) <http://www.fis.utoronto.ca/research/iprp/>.

For more info contact Ana Viseu <ana.viseu {AT} utoronto.ca>

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Tudo vale a pena se a alma não é pequena.

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Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2002 00:35:55 -0000
From: "dave" <dave {AT} gabba.net>


////Play45587 says:
/////////////////// SUNDAY/JAN27th  {AT}  PublicLife- 82 Com.mercial.st.EC1.
 {AT}  teh converted public toilets/club, nxt to Spitalfields. From 4pm till
late, come down after you've been to the market, .
kinda multimedia/open_source/music-event-type-thing. Bring your own
kit/material........... And it's free!
Tech-Pop, D.S.P./I.D.M, Eclectronic [sic], and the cream of the mainstream.
Sorta Kylie meets Mille Plateaux.

file://Plug32245 says:
what that about then?!?
file://Play45587 says:
sunday social in East Londahn - media/music/visuals - bring own content
file://Plug32245 says:
Hmmm.... open-minded? or discerning?
file://Play45587 says:
Both.... like a P-to-P thing....... in the ..er.... real world. Read the
and inspect the GABBA http://www.gabba.net/
file://Plug32245 says:
Doesn't I.D.M. stand for I.ntelligent D.ance M.usic?
file://Play45587 says:
unfortunately..... i know, i know, but.......WTF?
file://Plug32245 says:
did you see that thing on TV last night?
file://Play45587 says:
Yeah! it was shit.........





Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2002 12:39:36 +0100
From: "benjamin fischer  >>  PP*" <b {AT} punkpixel.com>
Subject: Warm Up & Internet Vote 15. Stuttgart Filmwinter

[English version see below!]


das Warm Up zum 15. Stuttgarter Filmwinter ist gestartet!
Ab sofort koennen die nominierten Internetbeitraege fuer den Wettbewerb Neue
Medien auf der Festival Website http://www.filmwinter.de online besucht
werden. Ihr koennt ueber die beste Arbeit abstimmen, die den Preis der Stadt
Stuttgart fuer Neue Medien ueber 2000 Euro erhaelt.

Das Ende der Abstimmung ist am 20. Januar um 14 Uhr.
Die Preisverleihung findet am 20. um 20 Uhr im Filmhaus, Friedrichstr. 23 A,
Stuttgart statt. Ihr findet die Abstimmung beim Menuepunkt "Programm" unter
"Internationaler Wettbewerb Neue Medien".

15. Stuttgarter Filmwinter - Festival for Expanded Media
Festival 17.-20. Januar 2002
Warm Up 10.-16. Januar 2002


the warm up of the 15th Stuttgart Filmwinter has started!
>From now on you can visit the nominated internet submissions for the new
media competition on our web site: http://www.filmwinter.de.
You can vote for the best internet project. The best web site will be awarde
the City of Stuttgart Prize for New Media amounting 2.000 Euro.

The voting ends on January 20 at 2 p.m. The award ceremony takes place on
the 20th at 8 p.m. at the Stuttgart Filmhaus, Friedrichstr. 23 A.
You find the voting form under "programme" and "International Competition
New Media". 

15th Stuttgart Filmwinter - Festival for Expanded Media
Festival, January 17-20, 2002
Warm Up, January 10-16, 2002


Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2002 15:25:45 +0000
From: Anya Lewin <a.lewin {AT} dartington.ac.uk>
Subject: Hybrid Discourse

Expanding Territory: Culture Industry and Digital Media

Hybrid-Discourse (www.i-dat.org/hybrid/projects) is a series of events
investigating current cultural debates in the context of digital media.
Focusing on key issues such as relations between art and industry, emerging
cultural, commercial and hybrid practices as well as new models of
institutional practices this program seeks to re-address critical terms of
Adorno and Horkheimer's original concept of the culture industry in a
current context.

In response to this invited speakers will explore various areas of cultural
practice including cultural criticism, artistic, curatorial an
entrepreneural practice.

Speakers include Sally Jane Norman, Jeremy Valentine, Josephine Bosma,
Jordan Crandall, Neil Cummings,Marysia Lewandowska,
Simon Ford, Elisa Giaccardi ,Clive Gillman, Volker Grassmuck,
Marina Grzinic Mauhler,  Olia Lialina, Paul D. Miller, Anne Nigten,
Kate Rich, ®ark, Soda,  Piotr Krajewski and Violetta Kutlubasis-Krajewska

All events will take place in Plymouth, UK but everything will be webcast
and archived on the Hybrid Discourse web site. There will also be a
discussion board on the site so that those who can not be present in
Plymouth can contribute to the conversations and debates.


Hybrid Discourse is organised by Joasia Krysa and Anya Lewin.

Curatorial Practices and Institutional Practices sessions are organised in
collaboration with Geoff Cox, Lina Dzuverovic­Russell and Tina Sotiriadi as
a part of Instituting Data Exposition hosted by the Institute of Digital Art
and Technology.

With support from the Institute of Digital Art and Technology, Dartington
College of Arts,  World of Work, Mute, and the European Social Fund.



Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2002 10:32:49 +0100
From: Kulturamt der Stadt Oldenburg <info {AT} kulturamt.oldenburg.de>
Subject: Praesentation

[scroll down for english]

Draußen, Drinnen und Dazwischen - Das Fremde als Projektion des Selbst

Mittwoch, 23. Januar 2002, 20 Uhr,
'déjà vu' (Farbe, 23 Min.) von 1999
Film- und Diskussionsabend mit der österreichischen Künstlerin Lisl

Wie ist es möglich, einmal um den ganzen Globus zu reisen, fremden
Kulturen mit der Kamera zu begegnen und dabei zu keinem Zeitpunkt das
eigene Land verlassen zu haben?

Weitere Termine der dreiteiligen Veranstaltungsreihe sind:

Dienstag, 5. Februar 2002, 20 Uhr
In die Fremde gehen, um sich zu Hause zu fühlen
Video-Präsentation mit Marcel Odenbach

Freitag, 15. Februar 2002, 20 Uhr
A woman in Purdah
Performance von Ingrid Mwangi

Eintritt 2.50 Euro, ermäßigt 1.50 Euro.

Edith-Ruß-Haus für Medienkunst
Katharinenstraße 23
D-26121 Oldenburg
t. +49 (0)441 235-32 08
f. +49 (0)441 235-21 61
info {AT} edith-russ-haus.de

Outside, Inside and In between
The stranger as a projection of the self

Wednesday, January 23, 2002, 8 pm with
Film “déjà vu” (1999, 23 min.) followed by discussion with the Austrian
artist Lisl Ponger.

How is it possible to travel once around entire the globe and meet
cultures with the camera without ever leaving your own country?

Further dates in this three part series:

Tuesday, February 5, 2002, 8 pm
Marcel Odenbach, Video Presentation
‘Going to a foreign place in order to feel at home’

Friday, February 15, 2002, 8 pm
Ingrid Mwangi, Performance
‘A Woman in Purdah’

All events: 2,50 / 1,50 Euro

Edith Russ Site for Media Art
Katharinenstr. 23
26121 Oldenburg
info {AT} edith-russ-haus.de


Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2002 18:54:25 -0800
From: n30mural {AT} speakeasy.net


Friday, February 1, 2002
9pm. 21+. $10

Digital Space Monkeys , DJ's Vital, Claude Money, and Levy LEE, with live accents by Shizam and special guests. Seattles top break dancers join musicians for a night of hip hop celebration to benefit the Indy Media Center and Studio X. 

Environment by GS Issue and KQA. 

 {AT}  the Fremont UNconventional Center (FUNC)
160 N Canal St

Beverages available.


Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2002 13:35:51 -0500 EST
From: prensa {AT} li.urp.edu.pe
Subject: Nota de Prensa 

                                        NOTA DE PRENSA


Con motivo del 467 aniversario de la Ciudad de Lima , la Universidad Ricardo Palma realizará la Mesa Redonda "LIMA Y EL ARTE" en las instalaciones de la Casa Museo Ricardo Palma ubicada en General Suárez 189 - Miraflores a partir de las 18.00 horas .

El panel de expositores estará integrado por los destacados intelectuales de nuestro medio : Iván Rodríguez Chávez , Rector de la URP , Estuardo Núñez Hague , Director del Instituto Ricardo Palma, Manuel Pantigoso, Director de la Oficina de Extensión Universitaria y Proyección Social , Carlos Chévez, Nancy Pimentel, Emilio Moscoso y Eduardo Arroyo.

Luego del panel se presentará el Grupo de Danzas Folclóricas de la URP y se hará una degustación de Dulces Limeños.


Surco, Enero del  2002



Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2002 12:38:40 +0100
From: "transmediale" <info {AT} transmediale.de>
Subject: [transmediale] newsletter 05 - club_transmediale & performances

(please scroll down for English version)
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+ + + t r a n s m e d i a l e + + + n e w s l e t t e r  05 + + +
14.01.02 + + + t r a n s m e d i a l e . 0 2  + + +
international media art festival + + + 5.-10. Februar 2002
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1. club_transmediale
2. Performance  {AT} c + lia
3. Performance NYBBLE Engine
4. Performances Palindrome / John deKron

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1. club_transmediale

Der club_transmediale praesentiert international herausragende
Protagonisten digitaler und elektronischer Musik und in diesem Zusammenhang
entwickelte visuelle Produktionen. Der besondere Schwerpunkt des Programms
liegt auf dem Zusammenspiel von live generierter Musik und live erzeugten
Die Kuenstler und Projekte im club_transmediale arbeiten in
Netzwerkstrukturen oder stellen sich selbst abseits des Mainstreams der
"DJ-Culture" sie arbeiten z.B. mit selbsterstelltem Material oder
produzieren ihre Arbeitsmittel unabhaengig, in Form eigens programmierter
Softwaretools und manipulierter Geraete.
Erstmalig kooperiert der club_transmediale mit zwei internationalen
Festivals fuer neue elektronische Medien und Musik dem Mutek Festival aus
Montreal (www.mutek.ca) sowie dem Sonic Acts Festival (www.sonicacts.com)
aus Amsterdam.
Kuratiert und realisiert wurde der club_transmediale von Jan Rohlf, Marc
Weiser, Remco Schuurbiers und Oliver Baurhenn. Kontakt club {AT} transmediale.de

club_transmediale vom 5. - 17. Februar | E - Werk |
Mauerstrasse/Wilhelmstrasse (gegenueber Finanzministerium) | Berlin Mitte |
taeglich ab 21.00 Uhr | Eroeffnung 5.2. ab 22.00 Uhr

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2. Performance  {AT} c + lia

Zur Eroeffnung der transmediale.02 wird die Wiener Kuenstlerin lia im
Dialog mit dem portugiesischen Musiker  {AT} c die Visuals fuer ein vor allem
durch Minimalismus bestimmtes, in Echtzeit produziertes audiovisuelles
Konzert auf die Buehne bringen. lia zaehlt zu einer losen Gruppe von
Kuenstlern, die in Wien vor allem an neuen Formen der visuellen und
interaktiven Gestaltung arbeiten. http//lia.sil.at

 {AT} c + lia (at)
transmediale_eroeffnung am 5. Februar, 19 Uhr
Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin

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3. Performance NYBBLE Engine

In hyperkomplexen virtuellen 3D-Raeumen erzeugen Action-Bots eine sich
stets veraendernde Bild- und Klang-Umgebung. NYBBLE Engine beruht auf einer
von Jahrmann und Moswitzer umprogrammierten Software fuer Computerspiele,
wie sie auch fuer die Produktion von Machinima-Filmen benutzt wird. Die
Performance zeigt eine ganz neue, generative Dimension des Cyberspace.

Margarete Jahrmann/Max Moswitzer (at) NYBBLE Engine
8. Februar, 19 Uhr
Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin

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4. Performances Palindrome / John deKron

Mithilfe von Motion-Tracking-Systemen bespielen die Tänzer der Palindrome
Dance Company den Raum als virtuelles Instrument. Bewegung und Klang werden
eng miteinander verwoben und verweisen auf die Utopie einer Verschmelzung
von Mensch, Maschine und Umgebung. Der Raum wird zum klingenden
Ausdrucksmittel der tänzerischen Interaktion. www.palindrome.de

In "Reflektion" erzeugt John deKron ein interaktives Selbstportrait, indem
er mit seinem
selbstprogrammierten VJ-Videomischer auf sich und seine Bewegungen, aber
auch auf das umgebende Publikum und den Raum selbst direkt reagiert und
audiovisuell reflektiert. www.thisserver.de

Die Performance der Palindrome Intermedia Performance Group ("... seine
hohle Form ...") ist am Anfang der Preisverleihung der transmediale Awards
zu sehen, die Performance von John deKron beim anschliessenden Empfang.

John deKron (de) Reflektion
Palindrome (us/de) "... seine hohle Form ..."
transmediale Preisverleihung, 9. Februar, 20 Uhr
Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin

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+ + + t r a n s m e d i a l e . 0 2 + + +  n e w s l e t t e r  05
+ + + 14-01-02 + + + t r a n s m e d i a l e . 0 2  + + +
international media art festival + + + Feb. 5-10th, 2002
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1. club_transmediale
2. Performance  {AT} c + lia (at)
3. Performance NYBBLE Engine
4. Performances Palindrome / John deKron

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1. club_transmediale

club_transmediale provides a platform for digital and electronic music as
well as related visual art productions. On 13 consecutive nights there will
be a programme with international artists and projects that place
themselves outside mainstream  "DJ culture" by using self-produced material
or individual methods production like e.g. the extended use of customized
software tools or the manipulation of hardware. For the first time
club_transmediale cooperates with other international festivals for
electronic music and new media the Mutek festival for music, sound and new
technologies at Montreal, Quebec/Canada (www.mutek.ca)  and the dutch Sonic
Acts Festival at Amsterdam, The Netherlands (www.sonicacts.com).
club_transmediale was curated and realized by Jan Rohlf, Marc Weiser, Remco
Schuurbiers and Oliver Baurhenn. contact club {AT} transmediale.de

club_transmediale | February 5 - 17 | location E - Werk |
Mauerstrasse/Wilhelmstrasse (opposite Ministry of Finance) |  Berlin-Mitte
| daily 21.00 hrs (opening on February 5, 22.00 hrs)

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2. Performance  {AT} c + lia

At the transmediale_opening, Vienna based artist lia stages a minimalistic,
real-time produced audiovisual concert in dialogue with the Portuguese
musician  {AT} c. While  {AT} c is playing electronic music from his laptop, lia
creates the visuals for the performance. lia is part of a loosely organised
group of artists in Vienna who mainly develop new forms of visual and
interactive productions. http//lia.sil.at

 {AT} c + lia (at)
transmediale_opening, February 5, 19.00 hrs
Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin

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2. Performance NYBBLE Engine

Action-Bots create a continually changing image and sound environment in
hyper-complex 3D-spaces. NYBBLE Engine is based on software for computer
games, reprogrammed by Jahrmann and Moswitzer, which is also used for the
production of Machinima films. The performance shows an entirely new
generative dimension of cyberspace. www.climax.at/nybble

Margarete Jahrmann/Max Moswitzer (at) NYBBLE Engine
February 8, 19.00 hrs
Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin

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4. Performances Palindrome / John deKron

With the help of motion tracking systems, the dancers of the Palindrome
Dance Company work with space as a virtual instrument. Movement and sound
are closely interwoven with one another, and refer to the utopia of a
melting of human being, machine and surroundings. The space becomes a
resounding expression of the dancing interaction. www.palindrome.de

In "Reflektion" John deKron generates an interactive self-portrait by
directly reacting to and audiovisually reflecting on his own movements, the
surrounding audience and the space itself with his self-programmed VJ-video
mixer. www.thisserver.de

The performance of the Palindrome Intermedia Performance Group ("... seine
hohle Form ...") will be shown at the beginning of the transmediale Award
Ceremony, the performance by John deKron during the reception afterwards.

Palindrome (us/de)  "... seine hohle Form ..."
John deKron (de) Reflektion
Award Ceremony, February 8, 20.00 hrs
Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin

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transmediale.02 +++ newsletter 05 +++ annette schaefer
+++ press office +++ presse {AT} transmediale.de +++
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the information list of transmediale
international media art festival berlin
transmediale: http://www.transmediale.de
list-info: http://mailman.transmediale.in-berlin.de/mailman/listinfo/newsletter


Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2002 16:42:29 +0000
From: honor <honor {AT} va.com.au>
Subject: matrix: intersections in art & technology


Matrix: Intersections In Art and Technology
A course running over five Monday evenings, February - March 2002


< sincere apologies to anyone who receives this twice, or receives this in 
error.  Please consider forwarding this to anyone you think may be interested >

18 February, 25 February, 4 March, 11 March, 18 March 2002
1830 - 2000 [ GMT ]

McAuley B Studio, Level 1, Tate Modern, London, UK


As part of Tate Modern's Interpretation and Education programme, a course 
on art and technology will be held over five Monday evenings this February 
and March. Matrix: Intersections in Art and Technology aims to give an 
overview of new media art, providing participants with a technical and 
theoretical understanding of its varied practices, as well as opening up 
aesthetic, philosophical and political questions.  It is tutored by leading 
critics, art historians, curators and artists in the field.

The fee is GBP £60 (concessions £45)

[ This includes admission to SURVEILLANCE AND CONTROL a seminar held on 
Saturday 9 March in the Starr Auditorium at Tate Modern 
<http://www.tate.org.uk/modern/programmes/events3.htm> ]

Bookings are now being accepted for this course.
To book tickets to attend, please ring Tate Ticketing on: 020 7887 8888 or 
email <tate.ticketing {AT} tate.org.uk>.


The advent of digital technologies has arguably been the most important 
development for contemporary art practice since the invention of 
photography. New media art has recently been the subject of major 
exhibitions in Europe and the USA. At the same time the use of remote 
technologies is allowing artists to move beyond the gallery to exhibit and 
distribute their work, severing a reliance on traditional institutions, and 
catalysing new social sub-cultures and networks. New forms of artistic 
practice are emerging, which are entirely specific to digital culture.
This course takes a closer look at some of the issues art and technology, 
attempting to place its diverse practices in a art historical, technical 
and theoretical context.

18 February: Beyond the Technical
Tutor: Clive Gillman
[ Lead artist at the Foundation for Art and Creative Technology, Liverpool ]
This session will provide a clear introduction to the terms and technology 
employed by artists in the creation, distribution and display of new media 

25 February: Probing History
Tutor: Charlie Gere
[ Course Director of MA Digital Art History, Birkbeck University of London ]
This session will examine the role of computers and other technologies in 
the history of art, probing the origins and precursors of contemporary art 
and technology practice.

4 March: Internet Art
Tutor: Julian Stallabrass
[ Lecturer at the Courtauld Institute & author of the book, ‘Internet Art’ ]
This session examines work made specifically for the internet, looking at 
what distinguishes it from other forms of contemporary art.

11 March: Art and Social Networks
Tutor: Eric Kluitenberg
[ media theorist & project coordinator, De Balie, Amsterdam ]
This session will how have new media artists used networked spaces such as 
the airwaves, the internet and satellite networks as sites for artistic 

18 March Innovation & Momentum
Tutor: Peter Ride
[ Director of Digital Arts Agency, Bristol & Lecturer at Westminster 
University, London ]
This final session will ask how the speed of technological innovation 
impacts on artists working in new media.

For more on this course, see:
or contact:
Honor Harger, Webcasting Curator, Interpretation & Education, Tate Modern
Email: honor.harger {AT} tate.org.uk
PH: (44) 020 7401 5066

For more information about Tate or getting tickets for the course:
Tate Box Office
Email: tate.ticketing {AT} tate.org.uk
PH: (44) 020 7887 8888
URL: http://www.tate.org.uk


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