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   About the "Multitudes-Infos" Discussion List                                    
     geert lovink <>                                                    

   Station Rose Webcast 154  "5040"                                                
     Station Rose <>                                                  

   Art & Technology - new international master's program                           
     Palle Dahlstedt <>                                      

   job at APC                                                                      
     "geert" <>                                                       

   [ot] [!nt] \n2+0\ industrial.designer\z                                                                                              

   FW: solidarity & freedom @ woomera2002                                          
     "rcam" <>                                                

   EMARE_call for applications                                                                                                                  

   OPENING AT THE IMC GALLERY THIS SATURDAY                                        
     Lauren Holloway <>                                        

   I International Festival of Art, Science and Technology                         
     Kepa Landa <>                                                   

   ".. devolve into II .."                                                         
     Kunstradio <>                                                

   [imc-la]Ashcroft says 'KNOW OUR ENEMY' (new agitprop net-art) (fwd)             
     Rob Van Kranenburg <>                         

   Professorship in ComputerGraphics and Scientific Visualization (fwd)            
     Rob Van Kranenburg <>                         


Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2002 09:42:09 +1100
From: geert lovink <>
Subject: About the "Multitudes-Infos" Discussion List

From: "matheron francois" <>

About the "Multitudes-Infos" Discussion List

Hello everyone (and particularly new Subscribers to the List)

1. The Multitudes-Info list is a non-moderated information and discussion
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Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2002 00:06:07 +0100
From: Station Rose <>
Subject: Station Rose Webcast 154  "5040" is moving.
this can take some days.
in the meantime <> is the place to go.

here is the new Fahrplan :

1.0 Live Webcast 154 : FRI/08/03/02, 9pm CET
at <>

STReaming a live audio-visual jam session
to your harddrives:

topic:  "5040"

stay with us & don´t go away!

      "Cyberspace is Our Land!"

             station rose   03-2002


Date: Wed, 06 Mar 2002 14:20:38 +0900
From: Palle Dahlstedt <>
Subject: Art & Technology - new international master's program

This may be of interests to artists of all kinds...

This year we start a new international master's program at the IT-University of Goteborg, Sweden. It's called Art & Technology and is intended for people with technical/scientific and/or artistic background, any genre, any nationality. It will deal with generative and processing techniques for image and sound, robotics, virtual societies, sensor technologies etc, and cross-disciplinary projects and seminars.

More info:

Last day of application: May 15.

/Palle Dahlstedt

- ---------------------------------------------
Palle Dahlstedt, composer

Innovative Design
Chalmers University of Technology
Göteborg, Sweden


Date: Fri, 8 Mar 2002 08:24:39 +1100
From: "geert" <>
Subject: job at APC

< - information and communication technology for civil society>

"In theory there is no difference between theory and practice.
In practice there is." (Yogi Berra)

CONTRACT POSITION AT APC: Global Internet Rights Coordinator

APC is seeking a Global Coordinator for our Civil Society Internet Rights
full-time for an initial 6-month contract

Since 1990, the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) - - has been working with civil society organisations and
social movements around the world to harness information and communication
technologies (ICTs) for social justice and development.

APC is implementing a global-level Internet policy awareness-raising
that focuses on creating resources and opportunities for discussion and
learning about the impact of Internet policy decisions on civil society,
through civil
society engagement and capacity-building, as well as by intervening in key
policy decision-making fora.

Citizens and organisations that want to ensure that the Internet remains a
and a venue for promoting social and environmental justice, development and
democracy, are struggling to navigate the terrain of global, regional, and
national Internet governance, policy and regulation. They know that the
Internet presents governance challenges, and they also know that they do not
want their
rights infringed. But they frequently do not know which issues are on the
agenda, who is debating and deciding them, how their lives and work could be
affected, and how to get involved. APC wants to change this situation.

To strategically develop and coordinate APC's overall Internet Rights (IR)
work, including: - facilitating the development of APC's position on key
issues -
building and managing strategic partnerships - optimizing learning and
allocation - coordinating APC's regional IR work - coordinating and
APC IR media, events, promotions and outreach.

Application Deadline: March 20, 2002
Contract Start Date: April 2002


. Ensure effective overall management and coordination of APC Internet
work at the global level, and overall management of all APC regional ICT
projects and project staff.

. Optimise learning and resource allocation between APC's IR initiatives,
including regional IR projects, and the IR and gender policy work of the

. Strengthen APC's profile in the IR field at the global level by
our work and by building strategic alliances with other actors in the field.

. Build understanding, awareness and engagement within the APC member
on IR and Internet policy issues and develop and implement APC's strategic
direction in the IR field.

. Work with the Programmes and Projects Manager to plan and fundraise for
long-term sustainability of APC's IR work, regionally and globally.

The remuneration for this 6-month full-time contract (expected to run from
April to September 2002) will be negotiated depending on skills,
qualifications and
experience. Contract renewal is dependent on job performance review and on
securing long-term funds for the position.

The incumbent will report to the APC Executive Director, and will also work
regularly with: . the APC Programmes and Projects Manager on the management
APC's regional IR projects . APC's ICT Policy Monitor teams in other regions
(Europe, Latin America, Asia) . the APC-WNSP gender and Internet Rights
group . the APC project team . the APC member community

Most of the work will take place in 'online discussion' spaces, email groups
and mailing lists. Although there may be some travel, APC work takes place
primarily online.

Please send a CV, and a statement of interest IN ENGLISH that includes the
following information:

. description of your interest in working with the APC on this project
. brief summary of your understanding of the key global-level ICT policy
issues, and how they relate to development and social justice . description
of your
background in supporting civil society networking and ICT initiatives .
description of your background in project management and team coordination,
specifically in an international and/or online context . description of your
computer skills . where you live . languages you speak and write . other
information you think might be of importance to our assessment of your
application . 2 references: names, relationship, contact details; at least
of these should be related to project or campaign that you have managed.

Please send this information via email to the Global Internet Rights
Coordinator hiring team at:

with the subject line:
"Global Internet Rights Coordinator Application"

Deadline for applications: March 20, 2002


Date: Fri, 8 Mar 2002 11:53:22 +0100 (CET)
Subject: [ot] [!nt] \n2+0\ industrial.designer\z


should there be 01+ industrial designers [utilizing macintosh or etc]
present hier or elsewhere would like to correspond -


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Date: Sat, 2 Mar 2002 14:19:52 +1100
From: "rcam" <>
Subject: FW: solidarity & freedom @ woomera2002

- -----Original Message-----

- - please circulate -

Call for global solidarity
Freedom @ Woomera2002

What is Woomera?

Woomera is located 500 kms from the nearest city of Adelaide, in South
Australia.  It is best known as the location of Australia's largest onshore
internment camp, and the scene of the most determined resistance to
Australian Government policies of automatically and extrajudicially
interning people who arrive in Australia by boat and without papers.

Thousands of people are detained in prison camps around Australia for months
and sometimes years - and since the establishment of a military blockade of
Fortress Australia some months ago, on Pacific Islands and in Indonesia, in
camps funded by the Australian Government.  This policy has been met with
ongoing and protests by those who have been interned, generating a growing
movement of opposition outside the camps.

The town of Woomera was built by UK and Australian military forces on land
seized from indigenous peoples, who have since waged a struggle against
nuclear weapons testing, uranium mining, and (more recently) the proposed
toxic waste dump.  Woomera is situated in a vast military prohibited zone,
under the control of the Department of Defence.  Close by to Woomera are
also three uranium mines, and the US-CIA/Australian Spy Base, Pine Gap,
pivotal to the proposed US's 'Missile Defence Shield'.

: woomera2002 : festival of freedoms : autonomadic caravan : direct actions
28 March - 2 April, 2002

This Easter hundreds, possibly thousands, of people from around Australia
will make the journey to Woomera to make the connections between the
enclosures, colonialism and war.  We hope you can join with us in your own
way, no matter where you live in the world.

"We are making the journey to refuse the death, pain and confinements that
are manufactured in the name of The Economy.  We refuse the caging behind
razor wire and the new world borders fashioned so that capital, by reserving
for itself the 'right' to move around the world, can better enforce
austerity, misery, the earth's destruction and the 'race-to-the-bottom'."

To read the rest of the call to action, and for more information on the
issues, go to


We have been heartened by the many messages of support from around the
world, and from those unable to make the trip.  Many have asked how they can
help.  Below you will find a few suggestions.

We would also like to note that while no other Government practices
mandatory and extrajudicial internment of sans papier, and while the
struggles of the invisible here are amongst the most determined, we hope
that not only will people support woomera2002, but they also take the
opportunity to draw the connections with their own struggles, the struggles
of sans papier, and against the terror of the enclosures and dispossessions.

March 30th

Of course you can show your solidarity at any time; but we envisage that as
the protests in Woomera gather by the 29th, the authorities might well
respond severely to protesters, including those inside the internment camp -
as they have done time and again when those behind the razor-wire have
called for freedom - including with tear-gas, water-cannon and beatings.
Above all, we would ask you to respond to this.  Here are some suggestions
of things you can do:

- - Send faxes to the Australian Government and Opposition - the policy of
mandatory and extrajudicial internment is a bi-partisan one.  See below for
fax and emails.

- - Make a noise in front of the Australian embassy or consulate near you.

- - Organise protest at one of the other detention centres in Australia:
Maribyrnong, Villawood, Port Hedland, Curtin and Perth.  Or create some
direct action at a detainment centre, department office or estate near you.

- - Protests for the rights and freedom of sans papier everywhere.  The
Australian Government has established offshore internment camps in the
Asia-Pacific, and there are also a number of detention centres in Europe and
the USA.

- - Participate online in woomera2002 - details on how to do this will be up
shortly on

- - Get involved in noborder actions near you, or get them going.  See and for links to numerous
noborder groups and events around the world.

- - Help us out with funds and/or skills.  See the woomera2002 website.  There
are specific actions and events listed at the woomera2002 website which you
might also like to support.

Fax numbers and email addresses:

Prime Minister, John Howard
Fax: +61 26273 4100
Or submit an email at:

Leader of the Opposition, Simon Crean
Fax: +61 26277 2307

Minister for Immigration, Philip Ruddock
Fax: +61 26273 4144
Or, submit an email at:

Shadow Minister for Immigration, Julia Gillard
Fax: +61 26277 8457

Regular mail address for all politicians:
Parliament House,
Canberra 2006

:: woomera2002 ::
- ----infodesk-----

- - message ends here -


Date: Tue, 05 Mar 2002 23:47:42 +0100 (MET)
Subject: EMARE_call for applications

European Media Artists in Residence Exchange

(English Version below! Please distribute the information!)

EMARE- Stipendien für europäische MedienkünstlerInnen nach Deutschland, England, 
Schottland und Holland

Im Herbst 2002 bis Frühjahr 2003 findet der achte European Media Artists in 
Residence Exchange statt.

Bis zum 31. Mai. 2002 können sich MedienkünstlerInnen (Digitale Medien / 
Internet / Video / Film, etc.) aus Europa (EU-Pass oder Wohnsitz) für ein 
zweimonatiges Stipendium entweder in Kingston Upon Hull bei der britischen 
Medienkunstorganisation Hull Time Based Arts, am Duncan of Jordanstone College 
in Dundee, Schottland, bei der Werkleitz Gesellschaft - Zentrum für 
künstlerische Bildmedien Sachsen-Anhalt oder bei der holländischen 
Medienkunstorganisation V2 in Rotterdam bewerben. Studierende sind nicht 

Das Stipendium besteht aus einem Zuschuß von 2.000,- Euro, Unterbringung, 
Fahrtkosten, dem Zugang zu der jeweiligen technischen Ausstattung 
(Computer,Video, Fotografie, Film, je nach Institution) und einer öffentlichen 
Abschlußpräsentation (Ausstellung / Vorführung).
Einreichungen sollten mit Vita, Referenzmaterialien (keine Originale) und 
ausgearbeitetem  Projektvorschlag in Englisch vorgenommen werden.

Deadline ist der 31. Mai 2002

Bewerbungsunterlagen mit den detaillierten Konditionen anfordern oder am 
einfachsten ausdrucken von der Website:

Werkleitz Gesellschaft e.V. • EMARE • z. H. Frau Cathleen Mertens
Straße des Friedens 26 • D-39249 Tornitz
Tel: 03 92 98 - 675 - 0 • Fax 03 92 98 - 675 - 55
E-Mail: • URL:

EMARE wird durch das Kultusministerium des Landes Sachsen-Anhalt, dem Arts 
Council England & Scotland, dem niederländischen Ministerium für Kultur, dem 
British Council und dem Goethe Institut gefördert.
- --------------------------------------------------------------------------
5. Werkleitz Biennale: ZUGEWINNGEMEINSCHAFT (Profitable Partnership)
31. July - 4. August 2002
- --------------------------------------------------------------------------
EMARE- Grants for European Media Artists for England, Scotland, Germany and 

The eighth European Media Artists in Residence Exchange will take place in 
Autumn 2002 to Spring 2003.

Europe based Media Artists in the fields of digital media including internet and 
computer based art, filmmakers, sound and video artists are invited to apply for 
a two month residence based stipend at Hull Time Based Arts, Kingston Uppon Hull 
in England; at Duncan of Jordanstone College School of Television and Imaging, 
Dundee, Scotland, at V2 Organisation, Rotterdam, Netherlands or at Werkleitz 
Gesellschaft's Center for  Media Arts Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Students are not 
permitted, but young artists encouraged. EMARE includes a grant of 2.000 Euro, 
free accomodation, 250 Euro travel expenses, access to the technical facilities 
and media labs and a professional presentation. Entries should include a CV, 
(audio)visual reference projects documentation and a proposal sketch for the 
project which should be developed within EMARE. Artists with residence in or 
identity card for EU and associated countries should contact one of the 

Contact following institutions for further details and application form or visit 
the homepage:		Deadline: May, 31, 2002


Werkleitz Gesellschaft e.V. • EMARE • Peter Zorn • Strasse des Friedens 26 • 
D-39249 Tornitz • Tel: +49 (0)3 92 98 - 675 - 0 • Fax +49 (0)3 92 98 - 675 - 55 
• •

Hull Time Based Arts • Gillian Dyson  • 42 High Street • GB-HU1 1PS Hull • UK • 
fon +44 1482 216446 • fax +44 1482 589952 • •

Duncan of Jordanstone College • School of Television and Imaging • Mike Stubbs • 
Perth Road  • DD1 4HT Dundee • UK • fon +44 1 382223261 • fax +44 1 382226136 • •

V2_Organisation • Institute for the Unstable Media • Anne Nigten • 
Eendrachtsstr.10 • NL-3012 XL  Rotterdam • Netherlands • fon +31 10 2067273 • 
fax +31 10 2067274 • •

EMARE is supported by the Ministry of cultural affairs Saxony-Anhalt; Arts 
Councils of England & Scotland; Yorkshire  Arts; Dutch Ministry for Culture, 
British Council; Goethe Institute


Date: Thu,  7 Mar 2002 00:51:48 -0800
From: Lauren Holloway <>







Date: Thu, 07 Mar 2002 10:35:18 +0100
From: Kepa Landa <>
Subject: I International Festival of Art, Science and Technology

I International Festival of Art, Science and Technology
>From 4th to 17th March, 2002
Madrid (Spain)

Cibervisión 02 ­ "Fluid Dynamics"
Conde Duque Cultural Centre

Concept and Direction: Karin Ohlenschläger and Luis Rico
Artists: Eugenia Balcells, Dominic Buttimore, Daniel Canogar, Chris
Cunningham, Ursula Damm, Hans Diebner, Yoichiro Kawaguchi, Sachiko Kodama,
Thomas Kulessa, Donatella Landi, Golan Lewin, Roberto López-Gulliver, Rafael
Lozano-Hemmer, Laurent Mignonneau, Sven Sahle, Agueda Simó, Karl Sims,
Christa Sommerer, Minako Takeno, Transnational Temps, UHF, Matthias Weber.

Performance by Circo Interior Bruto: 15th and 16th March, at 7.00 p.m. in
the Salón de Actos at  Conde Duque Cultural Centre

"Up-Date 02": German electronic art show, with a conference by Inke Arns
(co-curator of the display) at 8.00 p.m. on 14th March, at the
Goethe-Institut of Madrid, C/ Zurbaran 21.

New spaces for the artistic community.
(From 11th to 13th March)


WORKSHOP (From 11th to 15th March)
"Take the reins"

At Medialabmadrid Conde Duque Cultural Centre

Workshop Director: Daniel García Andújar, Technologies To The People
Partcipants: Walter van der Cruijsen (Amsterdam-Berlin-Liubliana), Thomax
Kaulmann (Berlin), Heath Bunting (Bristol-London), , David Casacuberta,
(Barcelona). Sebastián Luetger, (Berlín), Simon Worthington, (London), Eric
Kluitenberg, (Amsterdam) Dirk De Wit, (Brussels).

- ---///---

Organiced by The "Complutense Forum", Madrid Complutense University.
Hosted by Conde Duque Cultural Centre

The program covers the subject of "flows" from many different angles and
contexts, such as those relating to the physics of fluids, or the dynamics
of complex, self-organising systems; as well as from models of global
ecosystems, economics, energy and information flows or neuronal flows and
educational processes.

Director: Federico Morán
With the collaboration of: Fundación Banquete

Lynn Margullis, Dorian Sagan, Javier Echeverría, Mario Soares, Gabriel
Jackson, Guillermo de la Dehesa, Ricard Guerrero, Manuel Pimentel, Walter
Freeman, Antonio Escohotado, Dolores Romano, Peter Weibel y Otto E. Rössler

(detailed program on:

(27th February)
Information Technologies and Learning Processes: Networks and Flows
Director: José Luis Ripoll (Director General of the Airtel-Vodafone

(4th and 5th March)
Metropolitan Currents and Urban Flows
Director: Sebastián de la Rica Castedo (Director of Traffic Services).
Organisation: Department of Urban Mobility of the Madrid City Council.

(From 4th to 6th March)
A Changing World of Complex International Relations.
Director: Ramón Tamames (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Sponsorship: BP

(6th and 7th March)
Ecology and Globalisation: Monetary, Energy and Material Flows (as a prelude
to the new Earth Summit Rio +10).
Directors: Joaquín Nieto and Jorge Riechmann (ISTAS-CC.OO.)
Organisation: (ISTAS)

(8th March)
Education on the Net: Broadband Technology as a Differentiating Element
Director: María Jesús Pietro-Laffargue (Director General of the Fundación
Sponsorship: Fundación Madritel ­ Auna Cable

(From 11th to 13th March)
Fluid Dynamics: Complex, Self-Organising Systems,
Directors: José Vidal Beneyto (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) and
Francisco Jarauta (University of Murcia).
Sponsorship: Goethe Foundation Spain.

(14th and 15th March)
Neuronal Flows, Motivity and Neuro-Inspired Robots
Director: Manuel G. Velarde (Pluridisciplinary Institute, UCM)
Free registration. Limited capacity.

Information and registration:
Fundación General de la Universidad Complutense
C/ Donoso Cortés, 65, 4Ş Planta, 28015 Madrid
Tel.: 91 394 64 51. Fax: 91 394 63 97


Date: Thu, 7 Mar 2002 18:39:07 +0100
From: Kunstradio <>
Subject: ".. devolve into II .."

".. devolve into II .."

is a collaborative on line - on air - on site Installation that 
involves contributions from Peter Courtemanche and Lori Weidenhammer 
(Vancouver, CAN), Roberto Paci Dalo' (Rimini, I), Kim Dawn and Scott 
Russell (Vancouver, CAN), Markus Decker and Ushi Reiter (Linz, A), 
Andrew Garton (Melbourne, AUS), Ken Gregory (Winnipeg, CAN), Emilia 
Telese and Tim Mark Didymus (Brighton, GB), Wolfgang Temmel (Wies, A) 
and Fujui Wang (Taipei, TW), FirstFloor (CAN)

on line since January 17th, 2002:

on site:
Klangtheater. Radiokulturhaus, Wien.
March 17th - 21:00 CET - Opening
March 18th - 20th, 2002 (daily 15:00  - 20:00 CET)

intermedium 2, ZKM, Karlsruhe
March 22nd - 24th, 2002

on air:
=D61 Kunstradio, Radio =D6sterreich International (shortwave: 5945 kHz)
March 17th & 31st, 2002.  23:05 - 24:00 CET
(for further dates please see:

intermedium 2 (
Bayern2Radio, hr2, WDR3, SR2, NordwestRadio, =D61, ROI
March 24th, 2002 - 23:00 CET

".. devolve into II .."
is an international network streaming project. The project has 
several components and manifestations that are facilitated by mediums 
of exchange - web-cams, audio streams, radio broadcasts, 
publications, objects, mail-art, installation, and performance. The 
work is interdisciplinary, informed by many regional and global 
artistic practices that use sound, video, sculpture, movement, the 
page, physical interventions, and social gatherings. The on-line 
component provides the basis for exchange - including the streams, 
the ideas/inspirations, and the artist's biographies. The on-air 
components are radio broadcasts - including re-mixes of the audio 
streams and pre-produced work by the artists. The on-site components 
are specific installations and performances scheduled to take place 
between January 17th and March 30th, 2002.  (Peter Courtemanche)

"..devolve into II.." has been commissioned by =D61 Kunstradio 
(, Vienna, and is produced in collaboration with 
The Western Front Society (, Vancouver, First 
=46loor (, Vancouver, and the participating 
artists at their different locations.

The versions of " devolve into II" for the intermedium 2 
( Festival in Karlsruhe are produced in 
collaboration with Bayerischer Rundfunk, M=FCnchen and intermedium 2.
The project is supported by pvl. at, and DADC Austria

A WIENCOUVER 2000 ( project.


ORF Kunstradio
Argentineirstr. 30a
A - 1040 Wien
phone. ++431 50101 18277
fax: ++431 50101 18065
- -- 


Date: Fri, 8 Mar 2002 13:18:15 +0100 (CET)
From: Rob Van Kranenburg <>
Subject: [imc-la]Ashcroft says 'KNOW OUR ENEMY' (new agitprop net-art) (fwd)

Greetings, Rob.

- ---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 8 Mar 2002 01:02:09 -0800 (PST)
From: Know Our Enemy <>
Subject: [imc-la]Ashcroft says 'KNOW OUR ENEMY' (new agitprop net-art)


John Ashcroft says...


'KNOW OUR ENEMY' is a new work of agitprop net-art focusing on US Attorney General John Ashcroft and the culture of terror.

Now online at:

For media inquiries or further information, please contact: or


           John Ashcroft says
            "KNOW OUR ENEMY"


Date: Fri, 8 Mar 2002 13:20:28 +0100 (CET)
From: Rob Van Kranenburg <>
Subject: Professorship in ComputerGraphics and Scientific Visualization (fwd)

Greetings, Rob.

- ---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 8 Mar 2002 11:42:10 +0100
From: Anders Backman <andersb@CS.UMU.SE>
Subject: Professorship in ComputerGraphics and Scientific Visualization

Umeĺ University announces a Professor or tenure track position
in Computer Graphics and Scientific Visualization

Umeĺ University continues to develop research and development in
computer graphics, scientific visualization, and VR technology.
The activities are based on collaboration between departments and
centre formations at Umeĺ University, including the Umeĺ Center for
Interaction Technology (UCIT), VRlab and the High-Performance Computing
Center North (HPC2N).

We now welcome applicants to a position in Computer Graphics and
Scientific Visualization at the Department of Computing Science for
employment as
- - tenured professor (reg no 311-87-02),
- - or tenured associate professor (reg no 312-88-02),
- - or alternatively tenure track assistant professor for a promising
young candidate
(reg no 312-89-02).

For the complete announcement of the position, see
For further information, please, contact Lennart Edblom (department
chairman, ) or Bo Kĺgström (professor, director of HPC2N,

Closing date is March 28, 2002. You are most welcome with your

 Anders Backman               Email:
 HPC2N/VRlab                  Phone:    +46 (0)90-786 9936
 Umea university              Cellular: +46 (0)70-392 64 67
 S-901 87 UMEA SWEDEN         Fax:      +46 90-786 6126


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#  collaborative text filtering and cultural politics of the nets
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#  archive: contact: