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Table of Contents:

   RhythmEngine Mirror Site                                                        
     watanave hidenori <derin {AT} lovelink.co.jp>                                        

   From Cuba                                                                       
     Cuban Review <office {AT} cubanreview.org>                                           

   list of internet research lists                                                 
     Philipp Budka <philbu {AT} gmx.net>                                                  

   Le Monde Diplomatique, July 2002                                                
     patrice {AT} xs4all.nl                                                               

   V2_: New Publication: TransUrbanism                                             
     V2_Organisation <marjolein {AT} v2.nl>                                               

   Octopus Dei                                                                     
     Vincent-Olivier Arsenault <vincent {AT} neuro6.com>                                  

   CyberMohall By Lanes                                                            
     Monica Narula <monica {AT} sarai.net>                                                

   REg2.0"e" is available                                                          
     watanave hidenori <derin {AT} lovelink.co.jp>                                        

   300+ images for THE LANGUAGE FOR NEW MEDIA                                      
     Lev Manovich <manovich {AT} jupiter.ucsd.edu>                                        

   Centre international d'art contemporain                                         
     "CIAC" <courrier {AT} ciac.ca>                                                       

   LYR                                                                             
     "kranning {AT} miau-miau.com" <kranning {AT} miau-miau.com>                               

   Eryk Salvaggio in NYT, July 8 2002                                              
     Nmherman {AT} aol.com                                                                

   Arteroids 2.0: A literary shoot-em-up                                           
     Jim Andrews <jim {AT} vispo.com>                                                     



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Date: Tue, 09 Jul 2002 03:05:24 +0900
From: watanave hidenori <derin {AT} lovelink.co.jp>
Subject: RhythmEngine Mirror Site

Thanks for Matt Horn  {AT}  IceDragon.com,
RhythmEngine Mirro Site was opened.

http://www.icedragon.com/rhythmengine/

There is net.art is introduced to the site of a consumer game...
This may be a very much new example!

- --
hidenori watanave
Team Photon/Photon,Inc.


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Date: Sat, 06 Jul 2002 15:12:52 +0200
From: Cuban Review <office {AT} cubanreview.org>
Subject: From Cuba

Dear reader,

The international foundation Global Reflexion has published for 7 years the
newspaper Cuban Review, a monthly publication specialized in Cuban matters,
in Spanish and English, covering almost every aspect of developments and
daily life on the Island.

Cuban Review emerged from the need for honest and balanced information on
Cuba, a country whose originality has attracted the attention of the entire
world. Nowadays the need for a fair coverage of Cuba is even more urgent. 

Global Reflexion and the editorial board of Cuban Review have therefore
decided to make some adjustments in our work. Above all our purpose will be
the reflection on Cuban affairs, with an emphasis on opinion-journalism.

Additionally this seventh-anniversary edition will mark a change in the
presentation, frequency and number of languages in which our publication is
issued. Thus Cuban Review will appear in a bimonthly, bilingual form
(spanish/english) with a larger format and 20 pages.

The cost of a one-year subscription (6 numbers), including mail delivery,
is 25.00 euros for subscribers in Europe and 28.00 euros for subscribers
outside of Europe. 

IF YOU WANT TO RECEIVE A FREE COPY, PLEASE REPLY THIS MESSAGE WITH YOUR
NAME AND ADDRESS!

Furthermore we are ready to deliver a digital information service with
frequent updated information on Cuba and send it to you via e-mail. What is
offered is a varied, agile and objective service based on information and
in-depth articles from the Cuban scene itself produced by our editorial
staff based in Havana, and other sources in Cuba.

IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO RECEIVE THE CUBAN REVIEW UPDATE, PLEASE REPLY THIS
MESSAGE WITH UNSUBSCRIBE.

In order to be aware of our work, we invite you to take a look at our website:
http://www.cubanreview.org 

If you want to support our work, please forward this message to your friends.

Olga E. Fernandez (editor-in-chief, Cuban Review)
Nico Varkevisser (president, Global Reflexion)

*********************************************************

Cuban Review Update
Number 1, July 5 2002.

Cuba-United States Relations
A contribution to sanity?

By Olga E. Fernández

Occurring as it did within a setting of erratic moves pointing toward a
still tougher stance in Washington's official policy toward the Island, the
Castro-Carter meeting also constitutes a mature and dignified contribution
to peace and understanding within the craggy territory of global
international relations.

A retrospective analysis of the complex bilateral contradictions points up
the audacious and constructive will of the two statesmen. History records a
number of positive political actions taken by Havana and Washington during
the Democratic administration of Jimmy Carter (the sixth consecutive U.S.
president to coexist with the revolutionary period in Cuba), in brief
periods of relaxation of tensions, that alternated with pressures and
maneuvers of the 

Pentagon and the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, most eloquently
illustrated by the significant number of covert actions carried out against
the Island during the Carter period of 1977-1981. 

As the present director of a foundation devoted to research and
philanthropy, based in Atlanta, Georgia, Jimmy Carter enjoys the public
recognition accorded to former presidents in the United States. His
activity, however, has lacked any official authority since January 1981,
when he was succeeded in the presidency by the ultra-right Republican,
Ronald Reagan, a key figure in an apogee of conservatism in U.S. society,
with pernicious repercussions in both the domestic and the international
sphere that have lasted up to our own days.

Carter's stay in Havana bore the stamp of the unusual, beginning with the
welcoming protocol, in which the national anthems and flags of Cuba and the
United States presided over a public ceremony on Cuban territory for the
first time in almost half a century, and the treatment of president
accorded the visitor by Castro.

Lavish in mutual praise and permeated with daring political reflections on
the history and current situation of their countries' mutual relations, the
speeches of the host and the visitor coincided in some respects such as
their condemnation of the blockade against Cuba and the restrictions on
travel to Cuba by U.S. citizens. But, as was to be expected, implicit or
explicit differences in approach and political and ideological positions
were also evident in such subjects as democracy and the Island's
single-party system.

Not so much as a ripple occurred, however, in the high-level and
constructive climate that prevailed throughout the visit, accompanied by a
massive press coverage and international scrutiny, that included the
sleepless following of the rendezvous in Havana by the U. S. president,
George W. Bush, and his closest advisors, according to journalists who
cover political activities in Washington.

In the Cuban capital, the former U.S. president was granted unprecedented
access to the most diverse spheres, including previously announced
meetings, without any type of official interference, with representatives
of the diminutive opposition groups, which are illegal but tolerated on the
Island and which displayed their inveterate discrepancies, unable to
overcome them even on the occasion of the highly publicized visit of Jimmy
Carter. 

On his return to Washington, Carter offered his impressions of his trip to
Bush, the highly prejudiced current occupant of the White House, who, by
coincidence, was immersed in attending to his political commitments with
the Cuban community in Miami and in guaranteeing the aspirations of his
brother, Jeb Bush, to reelection as governor of Florida, precisely the
state that houses the leading enclave of the influential ultra-right
Cuban-Americans.

It now remains to be seen in what measure the honorable attitude of
President Fidel Castro and the firm call by Jimmy Carter to the United
States to take "the first step" can work in favor of bilateral
understanding, amidst a renewed debate in the U.S. Congress regarding
initiatives against the blockade and the prohibition of visits to the
Island, threatened in advance by a presidential veto.

***

Cuban Review is a 20 pages bimonthly and bilingual (english/spanish)
publication.
The cost of a one-year subscription (6 numbers), including mail delivery, 
is 25.00 euros for subscribers in Europe 
and 28.00 euros for subscribers outside of Europe. 

IF YOU WANT TO RECEIVE A FREE COPY, PLEASE REPLY THIS MESSAGE WITH YOUR
NAME AND ADDRESS!

See also our website: www.cubanreview.org

Administration and distribution: Global Reflexion, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 
Ph.  ++ 31 20 615 1122 - Fax: ++ 31 20 615 1120 - E-mail:
office {AT} cubanreview.org

Editorial office: Havana, Cuba
Ph./Fax: ++ 53 7 66 22 58 - E-mail: editor {AT} cubanreview.org





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Date: Tue, 9 Jul 2002 12:59:47 +0200 (MEST)
From: Philipp Budka <philbu {AT} gmx.net>
Subject: list of internet research lists

dear all,

a very usefull list of internet research lists (in cooperation with AoIR):
http://www.aoir.org/list.php

cheers,

- -- 
Philipp Budka
email: ph.budka {AT} philbu.net
tel.: +43(01) 95 28 244
tel. mobil.: +43(0)6991 95 28 244
Rustengasse 5/10
1150 Wien, Austria

GMX - Die Kommunikationsplattform im Internet.
http://www.gmx.net


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Date: Wed, 10 Jul 2002 20:11:11 +0200 (CEST)
From: patrice {AT} xs4all.nl
Subject: Le Monde Diplomatique, July 2002

- -------- Original Message --------
Subject: July 2002
From: Le Monde diplomatique <dispatch {AT} monde-diplomatique.fr>
Date: Wed, July 10, 2002 3:10 pm
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   Le Monde diplomatique

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


                            July 2002

                          In this issue:
     ... Algeria 40 years on, a special dossier; Egypt half a
   century on, remembering Nasser; what really happened at Camp
      David; Africa, preparing for union; France's troubled
     estates; world disorder, security and chemical weapons;
    deference at the WHO; why are scientists meddling with the
       weather? ... and why do we like those foreign films?


     A small number of these articles and our editorial are
     available to non-subscribers

     To read the rest of this month's articles go to
     http://MondeDiplo.com and click on Subscribe.

     It couldn't be easier...


Rights for the children

by IGNACIO RAMONET

                                        Translated by Ed Emery

       <http://MondeDiplo.com/2002/07/01edito>


COLONIAL ATTITUDES IN ISRAEL

Camp David's thwarted peace *

by ALAIN GRESH

     President Bush has urged the Palestinians to replace
     Yasser Arafat as a condition of US support for their
     statehood. This call underscores the failure of the Oslo
     accords. As Israel tightens its hold on the West Bank and
     Gaza, peace has never seemed more distant. Yet two years
     ago Israelis and Palestinians seemed close to agreement:
     the Camp David summit in July 2000 could have been
     considered as one further step in the long negotiations
     between the Israelis and Palestinians. Instead it was
     dismissed as a total failure, with Arafat responsible for
     that failure.

                                   Translated by Harry Forster



US BALANCES ASIAN NUCLEAR RIVALS

India's unethical foreign policy *

by KURT JACOBSEN and SAYEED HASAN KHAN

     The Bush administration sent senior officials to India
     and Pakistan recently to reduce tensions between the
     nuclear rivals. Pakistan's government announced that it
     would end commando operations by Kashmiri militants and
     India seemed to move towards military de-escalation. But
     how can the United States accede to India's demands for a
     strategic relationship while keeping Pakistan as an ally?

                                      Original text in English



THREATS TO DISARMAMENT AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY

The new world disorder *

by PIERRE CONESA and OLIVIER LEPICK

     United States threats to withdraw from peacekeeping in
     Bosnia if denied exemption from prosecution in the new
     International Criminal Court shows how far international
     security has been dismantled. The US now realises what it
     means to be a superpower and its strategists are
     formulating a doctrine to match, undermining all the
     agreements that governed world security and underpinned
     disarmament in the 1990s.

                               Translated by Malcolm Greenwood



Treaties and agreements: a check list *

                               Translated by Malcolm Greenwood



US FORCES RESIGNATIONS AT AGENCIES

A chemical coup *

by ANY BOURRIER

                                   Translated by Luke Sandford



The Chemical Weapons Convention *

                                   Translated by Luke Sandford



IMMIGRANT VOICES IN EUROPEAN POLITICS

France's estate of fear *

by RABAH AIT-HAMADOUCHE

     During the presidential election in France, politicians
     pushing law and order picked on people from poor housing
     estates as troublemakers, prompting protest votes and
     abstentions. But Le Pen's brief success galvanised
     immigrant voters and began their new drive for political
     representation.

                                   Translated by Harry Forster



FORTY YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE, VIOLENCE AND IMPOVERISHMENT

US and Algeria: just flirting

by WILLIAM B QUANDT

                                      Original text in English

       <http://MondeDiplo.com/2002/07/08algeria>


Algeria's wasted achievements *

by MOHAMMED HARBI

     Algeria has been independent for 40 years this month, but
     wracked by a civil war: 700 Algerians have been killed
     this year by Islamists or the army. A privileged elite
     has abused what was gained in the revolution and spent
     Algeria's wealth. The violence continues the griefs of
     French colonisation, the war of independence and the
     seizure of power by military leaders.

                                    Translated by Julie Stoker



Slow Thursday in Annaba *

by KRIM MOKHTAR

                                   Translated by Luke Sandford



50 YEARS SINCE THE JULY REVOLUTION

Egypt's squandered hopes *

by KAMEL LABIDI

     The Middle East and the Maghreb no longer resound to the
     speeches of Nasser as they did when Cairo fascinated the
     Arab world, promising unity and revolution. A
     half-century after the Free Officers seized power in July
     1952, there is bitter debate over Nasser's legacy in an
     Egypt made nostalgic by decline and despair.

                                   Translated by Luke Sandford



The night Nasser nationalised the Suez canal *

by SIMONE and JEAN LACOUTURE

                                   Translated by Luke Sandford



>From Nasser to Mubarak *

                                   Translated by Luke Sandford



THE FUTURE OF A MARGINALISED CONTINENT

Can Africa really unify? *

by MWAYILA TSHIYEMBE

     The Organisation of African Unity finally established the
     African Union in 2001, and, although there had been
     vociferous demands for union ever since the OAU was
     founded in 1963, there was in fact complete indifference
     to the actual setting up of the union. This month the
     union will hold its own first summit, in South Africa.
     Will it prove to be the answer to globalisation, as its
     advocates once hoped?

                                  Translated by Barbara Wilson



The African Union *

by MWAYILA TSHIYEMBE

                                  Translated by Barbara Wilson



Universities challenged

by AGHALI ABDELKADER*

                               Translated by Malcolm Greenwood

       <http://MondeDiplo.com/2002/07/15universities>


Nigeria: music of the North and South *

by JEAN-CHRISTOPHE SERVANT

                                        Translated by Ed Emery



HEALTH FOR ALL OR RICHES FOR SOME

WHO's responsible?

by JEAN-LOUP MOTCHANE

     Can we still rely on the World Health Organisation? It
     has not openly opposed the greed of the major global
     pharmaceutical companies and its director-general, Gro
     Harlem Brundtland, has deferred to them.

                                   Translated by Luke Sandford

       <http://MondeDiplo.com/2002/07/17who>


THE POLLUTER PAYS BUT WHO PROFITS?

Clean futures market

by PHILIPPE BOVET and FRANÇOIS PLOYE

     Scientists and researchers are experimenting with the
     atmosphere and climate, intending to profit hugely from
     selling carbon dioxide absorption to polluters in the
     fast-developing futures market. Do they know what they
     are doing, or are their ideas potentially dangerous cons?

                               Translated by Malcolm Greenwood

       <http://MondeDiplo.com/2002/07/18weather>


APPEAL OF THE OTHER

Coming to a screen near you *

by PHILIPPE LAFOSSE

                                   Translated by Luke Sandford




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Date: Fri, 12 Jul 2002 10:36:31 +0200
From: V2_Organisation <marjolein {AT} v2.nl>
Subject: V2_: New Publication: TransUrbanism

Publication TransUrbanism
=
urbanism + transformation
urbanism + globalization


TransUrbanism is urbanism plus transformation. TransUrbanism is urbanism
plus globalization. The city is no longer a clearly localizable spatial
unit, but has transformed into an “urban field,” a collection of activities
instead of a material structure. Cities today are in a state of continuous
decomposition, but are also continually reorganizing and rearranging
themselves, expanding and shrinking.

TransUrbanism is a design strategy that allows cities to organize
themselves as complex systems, where small local structures incorporate
global flows.

The book features essays, interviews and projects from:

Arjen Mulder: TransUrbanism
Andreas Ruby: Transgressing Urbanism
Arjun Appadurai: The Right to Participate in the Work of the Imagination
Scott Lash: Informational Totemism
Lars Spuybroek: The Structure of Vagueness
Edward Soja: Restructuring the Industrial Capitalist City
Mark Wigley: Resisting the City
Roemer van Toorn: Against the Hijacking of the Multitude
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer: Alien Relationships with Public Space
Lars Spuybroek meets Rem Koolhaas: Africa Comes First
Knowbotic Research: Codes Bad Guys Space
Brett Steele: Transitory Image Spaces: Urbanism 2.0

TransUrbanism is: Illustrated full color, Paperback, 240 pages, 16x23 cm,
Text in English
ISBN: 90-5662-236-6
Price: * 22,50

Editorial Team: Joke Brouwer, Arjen Mulder (editors-in-chief), Laura Martz
Design: Joke Brouwer
Published by: V2_Publishing/NAI Publishers
This book is made possible by the Netherlands Architecture Fund
(Stimuleringsfonds voor Architectuur), Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

The Body Movies project by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer featured in the book,
recently received two prestigious prizes: America's leading critical
magazine I.D. Magazine's Golden Award 2002, category Interactive Media
Design and Austria's Prix Ars Electronica 2002's 2nd Prize in Interactive Arts.

More information can also be found on: www.v2.nl/books
On this URL it is also possible to order TransUrbanism on line.


Note for the editors (not for publication):

For extra images, interview applications and/or more background information
you can contact:

V2_, Marije Stijkel, Eendrachtsstraat 10, 3012 XL Rotterdam, phone: +31
(0)10 206 72 72, e-mail: marije {AT} v2.nl



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Date: Fri, 12 Jul 2002 22:02:52 -0400
From: Vincent-Olivier Arsenault <vincent {AT} neuro6.com>
Subject: Octopus Dei

Yo All!

This is a call for participation for a collective digital gallery called
"Octopus Dei".

A little background: on October 6 2002, the pope will proceed with the
canonization of Josemaria Escriva, the founder of the Opus Dei. If you
don’t know about God's mafia, and the sound of it brings a nice James
Bond feeling deep inside, it is time you let your imagination go wild on
that google text field.


##############
# What? How? #
##############
Well basically, I bought the "octopusdei.org" domain, and I will
dedicate full hosting resources (httpd, servlets, rdbms, etc) to people
willing to design interactive, dynamic, visual and / or textual pieces
expressing whatever that Opus Dei (or Opus Dei-like) phenomenon inspires
them. I don't think they deserve very clever prose (nor anything
rational). So maybe we should stick to cynic textual aggressions,
graphic graphics (ha!), and fucked animations.

The only thing I know is that it definitively needs a nice evil-looking
octopus logotype; that and everything else will be determined
collaboratively. The communication channel will be specified to those
who reply to this (either privately or publicly).

I won't discourse on why you should bother participating, besides saying
that it's a nice little chance to definitively turn the page on that (oh
so aggravating) religion-induced neurosis as well as having your work
(hopefully) nicely contextualized.

;-)

vincent



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Date: Sat, 13 Jul 2002 12:51:46 +0530
From: Monica Narula <monica {AT} sarai.net>
Subject: CyberMohall By Lanes

Dear all,

Sarai announces the release of the book 'Galiyon Se / by lanes'. A 
culmination of an year-long interaction and conversations between 
twelve young people from the LNJP basti, Delhi (basti: a non-legal 
settlement, almost perpetually under the threat of dislocation), this 
book is to share with others the narrations, reflections, 
commentaries, word play and observations they have been engaging 
with. The writings in the book are a glimpse into the personal/public 
diaries in which they write about the everyday living in the city.

LNJP basti, a working class settlement, is located in central Delhi. 
The book is about the basti - the lanes, elections, perceptions, 
celebrations, accidents, dislocation, evictions, work situations, 
technology, life stories.
It includes interviews, stories, write-ups, photographs and animation.

The bilingual (Hindi/English) book is the first from Cybermohalla, an 
experimental collaborative  initiative for the creation of nodes of 
popular digital culture in Delhi between Ankur, a Delhi based NGO and 
Sarai. It has
been translated, edited and designed at Sarai.


_____________________________________


Galiyon Se / by lanes
http://www.sarai.net/community/cybermohalla/book01/bylanes.htm
(available online)

Produced and Designed at
Sarai Media Lab and Public Interface Zone, Sarai, Delhi

Text, Photographs & Animation at Compughar by
Yashoda Singh, Suraj Rai, Shamsher Ali, Shahjehan, Shahana Qureshi, Nilofer,
Naseembano, Mehrunnisa, Bobby Khan, Babli Rai, Azra Tabassum, Ayesha

Editing and Translations:  Shveta
Design: Mrityunjoy Chatterjee
Editorial Adivisors: Jeebesh Bagchi (Sarai), Prabhat K. Jha (Ankur)

Published by:

Sarai:The New Media Initiative
CSDS
E-mail: dak {AT} sarai.net,  www. sarai.net
+
Ankur: Society for Alternatives in Education
E-mail: ankureducation {AT} vsnl.net

Delhi 2002

For orders,
email: dak {AT} sarai.net
Or write to Sarai, CSDS, 29 Rajpur Road, Delhi 110054, India
Price: Rs. 200 / $ 10
240 pages, 22 cm X 18 cm
ISBN 81-901429-1-7
- -- 
Monica Narula
Sarai:The New Media Initiative
29 Rajpur Road, Delhi 110 054
www.sarai.net


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Date: Mon, 15 Jul 2002 01:28:03 +0900
From: watanave hidenori <derin {AT} lovelink.co.jp>
Subject: REg2.0"e" is available

We've uploaded Latest version of RhythmEngine...
[RhythmEngine 2.0e].

1. Performance improved, by mounting of LOD (Level Of Detail).

2. The problem of amount-of-memory-used was solved.

Please download and replace old files,
http://www.photon01.co.jp/reg/index2.html

Thank you very much,
hidenori watanave


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Date: Mon, 06 Feb 2040 05:35:56 +0100
From: Lev Manovich <manovich {AT} jupiter.ucsd.edu>
Subject: 300+ images for THE LANGUAGE FOR NEW MEDIA

Our apologies if you received this message more than once

************************* AVAILABLE NOW *************************

WEB SITE for THE LANGUAGE FOR NEW MEDIA by Lev Manovich [MIT Press, 2001]
contents:  300+ ILLUSTATIONS  + LINKS for projects and artworks discussed in
the book :

    www.manovich.net/LNM_SITE_NEW/lnm_main.html


*********************** WEB SITE CREDITS ************************
concept: Lev Manovich
image selection +  Web design: Mathew Kabatoff

**************************** BOOK DATA ****************************
author: Lev Manovich
title: The Language of New Media
published: The MIT Press, 3/2001
price: less than $13 US for softcover on amazon.com
reviews: 42 
translations: Chinese, Korean, Italian
sales for the first year:  7218 copies


****************************** SEE ALSO ****************************

    www.manovich.net/LNM/lnm_frameset.html

for reviews and TWO NEW TEXTS updating the book chapters (2002)


****************************** QUOTES *****************************

This book offers the most rigorous definition to date of new digital media;
it places its object of attention within the most suggestive and broad
ranging media history since Marshall McLuhan.
[Telepolis] 

Manovich has given us a book, the book, we had hoped for...students
everywhere will be clutching it like Mao's Red Book, Diamat of the
Immaterialist generation. Best of all, after Language of the New Media we
can argue on our own terrain.
[Leonardo Digital Review]

Overall, it is hard to over-estimate the importance of The Language of New
Media to the field of the same name, as it is the first rigorous and
far-reaching theorization of the subject.
[CAA Reviews]


*****************  INFO {AT} MANOVICH.NET **************************


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Date: Mon, 15 Jul 2002 14:34:23 -0400
From: "CIAC" <courrier {AT} ciac.ca>
Subject: Centre international d'art contemporain


(english follows)


Le Centre international d'art contemporain est heureux de vous annoncer la
création d'une nouvelle rubrique mise à jour régulièrement sur son site
Internet :

Actualités, arts et nouvelles technologies.

Vous y trouverez des renseignements sur les sujets suivants :
1. Événements internationaux en arts médiatiques;
(vernissages, conférences, expositions, festivals, ...)
2. Les "nouvelles" :
(offres d'emploi, concours, lancements...)
3. Appels de dossier;
4. Expositions commentées;
5. Plein feu sur des artistes, des œuvres, des livres ...


Bonne lecture !

L'équipe du CIAC
http://www.ciac.ca


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Current Events, Arts and New Technologies.

You will find information about the following topics :
1. International program in media art;
(vernissages, conferences, exhibitions, festivals, ...)
2. The "news" :
(jobs, contest, launchings, ...)
3. Calls for submissions;
4. Reviews on events;
5. Close up on… artists, works, books ...

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Date: Mon, 08 Jul 2002 18:32:36 +0100
From: "kranning {AT} miau-miau.com" <kranning {AT} miau-miau.com>
Subject: LYR



LYR is an interactive generative audio-video application.

LYR was created as an installation for the exhibition PlayMusic III
at Sonar.02 (Barcelona) curated by fiftyfifty.org

LYR will also be exhibited at Sketlana Banka at Mostar festival in
Zagreb, Croatia, from July 14

LYR is freely downloadable [4 mb] [Apple-only] from :
http://www.miau-miau.com 


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Date: Mon, 8 Jul 2002 19:57:04 EDT
From: Nmherman {AT} aol.com
Subject: Eryk Salvaggio in NYT, July 8 2002



Great article about Eryk in the NYT, at
http://www.nytimes.com/2002/07/08/arts/design/08ARTS.html

First a G2K award, now the NYT.  Is there a connection?

"There's darkness in this life,
But the brighter side we also may view."--Uncle Tupelo

Best to all,

Max Herman
genius2000.net

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Date: Tue, 09 Jul 2002 02:21:36 -0700
From: Jim Andrews <jim {AT} vispo.com>
Subject: Arteroids 2.0: A literary shoot-em-up

ARTEROIDS 2.0
A literary computer game for the Web.
The battle of poetry against itself and the forces of dullness.
http://vispo.com/arteroids

Command your red red poetry ship in Game Mode against the blue and green
texts of imaginative destruction arrayed against poetry itself. Save poetry
from a fate worse than limmericks.

In Play Mode, write your own texts in Word For Weirdos and save them to
disk for later recall. Then save poetry from yourself by blowing them up.

Witness what happens when language is cracked open in this game of 216
levels that examines play, game, art, poetry, and digital literature of
multimedia.

Turn out the lights!

Turn up the sound!

Throw away your preconceptions about poetry!

ja


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