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   whitney artport                                                                 
     Jodyzel2 {AT} aol.com                                                                

   New Media Forum  {AT}  MICA : 2002-2003                                              
     Randall Packer <rpacker {AT} zakros.com>                                             

   OBSERVATORI2002::_llenameelsite_::call for online works                         
     lele luchetti <lele {AT} observatori.com>                                            

   MAAP -Multimedia Art Asia Pacific- Festival in Beijing                          
     "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>                                                

   Basel: .arcadia / Markus Huemer                                                 
     "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>                                                

   Tom Sherman at Printed Matter, October 19th                                     
     <twsherma {AT} mailbox.syr.edu>                                                      

   Homeland security technologies at the M&AE Show!                                
     Ken Jordan <ken {AT} kenjordan.tv>                                                   

   Tuesday, October 15th, Be part of the Solution                                  
     The Starving ARTist <TheARTist {AT} hotmail.com>                                     

     <info {AT} edith-russ-haus.de>                                                       

   Chiapaneco Meeting, against neoliberialism - October 9-12, 2002                 
     "ricardo dominguez" <rdom {AT} thing.net>                                            

   Bauhaus Award 2002                                                              
     "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>                                                

   fAf October02: MAAP: Beijing or bust!                                           
     linda carroli <lcarroli {AT} pacific.net.au>                                         


Date: Mon, 7 Oct 2002 20:57:08 EDT
From: Jodyzel2 {AT} aol.com
Subject: whitney artport

Jody Zellen: "Crowds and Power"
october02 artport gate page 

Jody Zellen's "Crowds and Power" uses mediated images to explore the 
relationship between space, memory, and territory. windows containing image 
fragments emphasize the displacement of individuals and the transformation of 
urban space where large gatherings, demonstrations, and struggles are 
represented. By juxtaposing charged images with theoretical and philosphical 
texts about the nature of crowds this website explores internal and external 


Date: Tue, 8 Oct 2002 11:12:54 -0400
From: Randall Packer <rpacker {AT} zakros.com>
Subject: New Media Forum  {AT}  MICA : 2002-2003

New Media Forum 2002-2003
Presented by the Maryland Institute College of Art
and the MICA Center for New Media

Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: Mount Royal Station Auditorium (S3)
Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore
All Lectures are free and open to the public
Reception will follow

Fall Program: 2002

- - Thursday, November 14

Mark NAPIER, painter-turned-digital-artist, is one of the early 
pioneering artists of the Internet to exploit the potential of a 
worldwide public space. Creating artwork exclusively for the Web, 
including such seminal works as "The Shredder,"
Digital Landfill," and "Feed," he has embraced an unprecedented 
artistic form that gives the viewer the freedom to recontextualize 
the medium, to shred its contents. Most recently his worked have been 
included in leading exhibitions of digital art, including: the 
Whitney Museum of American Art Biennial Exhibition, the Whitney's 
Bitstreams exhibition, and the San Francisco Museum of Art's 010101: 
Art in the Age of Technology.

Spring Program: 2003

- - Tuesday, February 18

Alex GALLOWAY is the former Director of Content & Technology of 
Rhizome.org, a leading on-line platform for new media art. Alex has 
created several computer art projects including the networked screen 
saver "Every Image." He is currently working on a web-based artwork 
called "Carnivore" - after the FBI software of the same name - that 
uses packet-sniffing technologies to create vivid depictions of raw 
data. "Carnivore" was given a Golden Nica award in Net Vision / Net 
Excellence at Ars Electronica 2002. He recently joined the faculty of 
New York University where he teaches digital media.

- - Tuesday, March 18

Margot LOVEJOY is Professor of Visual Arts at the State University of 
New York at Purchase and author of the seminal book on electronic 
art, "Postmodern Currents: Arts and Artists in the Age of Electronic 
Media" (1997). She is recipient of a 1988 Guggenheim Fellowship and a 
1994 Arts International Grant in India. Last year, her Net art 
project "Turns," was included in the Whitney Museum of American Art, 
Biennial Exhibition. The site is a reflection on the ways new media 
are influencing and changing notions of the individual in a social 

- - Tuesday, April 15

Perry HOBERMAN is an installation artist whose work has been 
exhibited widely throughout the United States and worldwide. He works 
with a variety of technologies, ranging from the utterly obsolete to 
seasonably state-of-the-art. His installation "Timetable" was awarded 
the Grand Prix at the ICC Biennale '99 in Tokyo, and "Systems 
Maintenance" won a 1999 Prix Ars Electronica "Award of Distinction"." 
He is represented by Postmasters Gallery in New York and currently 
teaches at the School of Visual Arts (NY).


The New Media Forum is presented by the Center for New Media of the 
Maryland Institute College of Art. The 2002-2003 Forum is a series of 
lecture/presentations by leading media artists, focusing on multiple 
perspectives that explore the changing cultural phenomena resulting 
from the convergence of art and technology.

For more information:

MICA Center for New Media
Randall Packer, Director

MICA Office of Communications


Date: Tue, 8 Oct 2002 19:39:16 +0200
From: lele luchetti <lele {AT} observatori.com>
Subject: OBSERVATORI2002::_llenameelsite_::call for online works


:::festival of art investigation:::

festival de investigación artística

:::nov(i)emb(r)e(r) 1, 2, and/y 3::

:::::::valencia (e/spain/ña):::::::


_fill up my site_/_lléname el site_

net.art open space

espacio abierto para arte enredado

_fill up my site_

_lléname el site_

with everything you can!

¡con lo que quieras!

it's an open call for proposal for online art pieces

una convocatoria abierta para obras en línea

observatori'02 opens to you from november 1st to 3rd

observatori'02 se abre a ti y desde el 1 hasta el 3 de noviembre

you can introduce the most art you can

puedes introducirle todo el arte que desees.

you just have to follow the very easy steps explained in

basta con seguir las fáciles indicaciones presentes en

- -- 


Date: Mon, 7 Oct 2002 21:58:14 +1000
From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
Subject: MAAP -Multimedia Art Asia Pacific- Festival in Beijing

MAAP in Beijing
(MAAP -Multimedia Art Asia Pacific)

MAAP Festival will be held in Beijing
Official Opening 20 October
21 Oct- 3 November.
Our new web sites English/Chinese

MAAP 2002 in Beijing will encompass a range of new media art exhibits,
Online projects, screenings and lectures addressing issues of audience
awareness and critical engagement with works by artists using technologies
and screen based media. MAAP will present the festival in 3 core venues in
Beijing. The Art Museum of China Millennium Monument, The Central Academy of
Fine Arts, The Loft New Media Art Space.

Since MAAP's inaugural festival in 1998 it has been based in Brisbane,
Australia and Online supported by a mix of government, corporate and
educational sectors. MAAP presents a rigorous annual festival program of new
media art and technology that has included work from China, Korea, Japan,
Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, India, Philippines, New Zealand,
Vietnam and Australia.

Highlighting the China-Australia 30th Anniversary of relations, the MAAP
Festival is preparing to move to Beijing, leaping into the region to create
a unique cultural event and exchange.

Artists include Zhang Peili (China), Wang Gongxin (China), Zhu Jia (China),
YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES (Korea), Candy Factory (Japan),
Patricia Piccinini (Australia), Shilpa Gupta (India), Jeffrey Shaw
(Australia/Germany), Craig Walsh (Australia) and many more ...
Major new media installations and commissioned works developed for the 31
metre video wall driven by 56 programmable monitors at the Art Museum of
China Millenium Monument. The Central Academy of Fine Arts is hosting a one
month residency with Australian artist Justine Cooper who will prepare work
for this big screen. Artists projects are delivered through CDR, DVD,
digital video, screening programs and program events include lectures,
symposium, artists talks and interactive social events!

This year's MAAP Festival theme "MOIST", is an evocative adjective,
suggestive of conditions relating to life; growth; humidity; humanity. These
loaded references unleash imaginative poetic associations as wide as a fine
foggy mist, a first kiss or a sweaty palm. Art meets technology in a mix of
emotion and wires!

MAAP in Beijing has been collaboratively achieved with the generous support
and advice of our partners; The China International Exhibitions Agency, The
Gohua Group, The Art Museum of China Millennium Monument, The Central
Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, the Australian Embassy in Beijing, The Loft
New Media Art Space.

MAAP in Beijing is assisted and supported by The Australia Council, Arts
Qld, Macromedia, The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, The Australian
Film Commission, Apple, e-translate,  Brisbane City Council, QUT Creative
Industries, Griffith University, Media Hotel, Beijing, Singapore Airlines.
Program support from fineArtforum, Rhizome, ANAT, Experimenta, dLux, The
Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Art Center Nabi, Videotage, ISEA.


Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 15:24:57 +1000
From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
Subject: Basel: .arcadia / Markus Huemer

From: "Kunsthaus Baselland" <schaschl {AT} kunsthausbaselland.ch>

Kunsthaus Baselland
Markus Huemer
13.10. - 17.11.2002

When Markus Huemer (*1968 Linz/A, lives and works in Cologne/G and
Berlin/G) gives his most recent work the title <.arcadia>, he is referring
to the illusory power of the art historical topos Arcadia. On the other
hand, however, he is calling for the redefinition of commonly used suffixes
such as <.com>, <.net> or country abbreviations like <.de> or <.ch> in
<.arcadia>. The exhibition title is a jibe at this artificial and idyllic
world of illusion but, at the same time, <.arcadia> also light-heartedly
marks a purely fictitious  in the virtual space of the Net, which is at
least as artificial and idyllic as the Arcadias in historical painting. In
his work, the Austrian artist tests the so-called <new media> for their
suitability for art against the experiences of classical media and their
most important discipline - painting. The artist, who has a degree in art
history and began his career with traditional painting, sees both the
painted worlds and those of the Net as places in an imaginary world that is
so «artificial that even death does not really exist in it».

Alongside the 6 new installations made specifically for this exhibition,
about 60 works from the past two years as well as a selection of older work
as reference will also be presented. This exhibition represents Markus
Huemer's far largest one-person show at about 2000m2 at an institution so
far. It will be connected with the international festival for new media
VIPER in Basel.

Opening: Saturday, 12th October, 2002 at 7 p.m.
Opening hours: Tue, Thur - Sun 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., Wed 2 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Sabine Schaschl-Cooper
Direktorin / Director
Kunsthaus Baselland
St. Jakob-Str. 170
CH-4132 Muttenz / Basel
T 0041 61 312 83 88
F 0041 61 312 83 89
mailto: schaschl {AT} kunsthausbaselland.ch


Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 09:34:45 -0400 (EDT)
From: <twsherma {AT} mailbox.syr.edu>
Subject: Tom Sherman at Printed Matter, October 19th

Book Signing for Tom Sherman's

Before and After the I-Bomb: An Artist in the Information Environment

at Printed Matter, Inc., New York, NY

Saturday, October 19, 2002, 5 to 7 PM

Printed Matter is very pleased to announce a book signing for Tom
Sherman's book _Before and After the I-Bomb: An Artist in the Information
Environment_, to take place at Printed Matter, Inc., on Saturday,
October 19, 2002, from 5 to 7 PM.  Printed Matter, Inc. is located at
535 West 22nd Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues.

"Tom Sherman integrates a deeply critical perspective on modern life with
an understanding and sense of hopefulness that denies cynicism [and]
defies ideological categorization. Read Sherman slowly and re-read. You
will find his to be one of the most original and powerful voices of a
             - David A. Ross

There was a time, not too long ago, when people wrote letters (and mailed
them), picked up the phone and spoke to people (not voice mail systems),
and considered whether to invest in expensive new "fax" technology as a
means of speeding up communication. Children went outside to play games
that didn't require a console and screen, schools bought books, and
computers filled entire floors of some offices. In less than twenty years,
our homes, schools, cars, workplaces, and leisure activities have been
transformed by the onslaught of technology.

Tom Sherman got wired early and has spent much of his career leading the
way through the aftershocks of the "I-Bomb" and its information explosion.
_Before and After the I-Bomb_ collects over fifty of Sherman's texts about
art, technology, and nature from the last three decades. His series of
personal reflections express both a love for and struggle with the new
technologies and the cultural changes they have spawned. Most importantly,
they provide an instrument for gauging the evolution of a human culture
inextricably bound to Earth's ecosystem, and a tool for negotiating the
future, even if [as Sherman writes] it is currently "obscured by a dense
cloud of scrambled technobabble."

Tom Sherman is a media artist, writer, and broadcaster. He knows the media
environment from several perspectives, having worked in mainstream radio
and television, but also having produced groundbreaking art with video
gear, industrial robots, surveillance systems, and telecommunications
networks. He founded the Media Arts Section of the Canada Council for the
Arts, co-founded Fuse magazine, and represented Canada at the Venice
Biennale. Sherman performs and records with Bernhard Loibner in the group
Nerve Theory. His work integrates video, music, and performance, and often
features improvised narratives. Tom Sherman also teaches media art
history, theory, and practice at Syracuse University.

_Before and After the I-Bomb: An Artist in the Information Environment_
is published by Banff Centre Press, 384 pages, paperback,
ISBN: 0-920159-94-X, and is priced at $20.50. _ Before and After the
I-Bomb_, and over 15,000 other artists' books are available from Printed
Matter's website:  www.printedmatter.org

Printed Matter is located at 535 West 22nd Street,
between 10th and 11th Avenue, in New York's Chelsea district.

For additional information, please contact David Platzker, Executive
Director, Printed Matter, Inc., at (212) 925-0325.

Printed Matter, Inc. is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
founded in 1976 by artists and art workers with the mission to foster the
appreciation, dissemination, and understanding of artists' books and other
artists' publications.

Printed Matter has received support, in part, through grants from the
National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts,
the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, The Andy Warhol
Foundation for the Visual Arts, New York Arts Recovery Fund, Art for Art's
Sake, The New York Community Trust, Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation,
The Roy and Niuta Titus Foundation, Heyday Foundation, The Kettering
Family Foundation, CHS Foundation, The Cowles Charitable Trust, Philip
Morris Companies Inc., Women's Studio Workshop, Milton & Sally Avery Arts
Foundation, and private foundations and individuals worldwide.

Printed Matter, Inc. is not affiliated with, nor a division of, any other
non-profit origination.

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Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 09:56:08 -0400
From: Ken Jordan <ken {AT} kenjordan.tv>
Subject: Homeland security technologies at the M&AE Show!

This just came over the transom, for anyone who may be interested...

                 Conference & Exhibition: December 10-11, 2002
                     San Diego Concourse    ~    San Diego, CA

Homeland security technology, including surveillance, imaging and
data-analysis, to highlight Military & Aerospace Electronics Show

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

You won't want to miss this year's Military & Aerospace Electronics West
2002 Show with COTScon, featuring more than 75 exhibitors, highlighting the
latest in rugged defense electronics products, equipment and services,
including sensors, command and control products, smart munitions and much
more.  With large corporations such as BAE Systems, Motorola, Thales
Computers and SBS Technologies and local San Diego based firms, such as
Peregrine Semiconductor and Newark Electronics, the exhibition will offer a
well-rounded view of the current technology and how these companies are
preparing for future needs.

Plus, your $25 exhibition admission includes the FREE Industry Trends
Theater set-up right on the exhibit floor!  Join industry experts, speakers,
exhibitors and attendees for panel discussions and product demonstrations on
exploring real-world implications of counter-terrorism, surveillance,
imaging, and data analysis technologies that are of crucial use in the
expanding role of homeland security.

On Tuesday in the Theater, Fast-Talk will present "Homeland Security and
Counter-Terrorism: The Case for Audio Search and Retrial," on how voice
intelligence gathered from audio searches is a valuable digital asset in the
world of homeland security and counter-terrorism.  Wednesday's Theater
presentation will be a panel discussion with speakers, attendees and
exhibitors entitled "The Brightest Enabling Technologies for Pressing Needs
in Homeland Defense: Winners and Losers."

Don't just attend the exhibition, get the most out of the M&AE Show by
attending the conference!  Do you know about the role AVSI is playing in the
industry?  Would you like to learn about the advantages and disadvantages of
COTS and where the technology is going in the future?  Or maybe, you would
like to hear Keynote Speaker Lloyd Contra of Boeing - Phantom Works speak on
how to develop an integrated aerospace parts acquisition strategy? Hear
these speakers and more at this year's conference.

- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
- --------------------------------------------------
EXHIBITING and SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES are still available!  Contact
Maureen Kane today at 603-891-9423 or mailto:maureenk {AT} pennwell.com to
reserve your space.



Click here to view the entire program online: http://www.maeshow.com
Register by October 28 to take advantage of these discount prices!

FULL CONFERENCE PACKAGE                        $625
Includes all conference sessions and proceedings,
exhibit hall admission, lunches and networking reception

EXHIBITS ONLY                            $25
Includes exhibit hall admission, lunches, networking
reception and admission to both panel discussions

*Prices good on new registrations only and cannot be combined with any other

Simply call, fax, e-mail mailto:atdregistration {AT} pennwell.com or go online to
http://www.maeshow.com    Please remember to include your name, title,
company, address, phone, fax, e-mail, which package you are interested in
and payment information.  Also, please refer to your special discount code:


Lisa Gowern
Registration Coordinator
M&AE West 2002 Show
P: 603-891-9267
F: 603-891-9490
E: mailto:atdregistration {AT} pennwell.com
W: http://www.maeshow.com


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Ken Jordan
ken {AT} kenjordan.tv

"Be as if." - Andrew Boyd 


Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2002 21:53:42 -0400
From: The Starving ARTist <TheARTist {AT} hotmail.com>
Subject: Tuesday, October 15th, Be part of the Solution

The Starving ARTist, Conscious Movements Collective, and Resonant Voices bring you an event that is not to be missed... Healing Innovations IV!!!

Featured performances by: Karen Gibson-Roc, Saint, Alter Egos, Substantial, Baba, Tasneem, and more.  It is amazing that such talent can fit under one roof!!!

This event is brought to you in an effort to aide Health Gap in its campaign to stop Coca-Cola's unfair AIDS treatment and healthcare policies for workers in Africa.

Tuesday, October 15, 2002
8:00 - 11:30pm
Bowery Poetry Club
308 Bowery  {AT} Bleecker
New York City, NY
F train to 2nd Ave or 6 to Bleecker
$10 Donation to the cause

RSVP: theartist {AT} ny.com with "FIGHT AIDS" in subject.

Best regards,

The Starving ARTist
Jacques-Philippe | Sinclair | Dar-Es Salaam

"Starve to be Free.  Crave to Express.  Bleed to Connect."

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Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2002 13:14:20 +0200
From: <info {AT} edith-russ-haus.de>
Subject: =?Windows-1252?Q?johan_grimonprez_=B4zapomatik`?=

[scroll down for english]

I. Ausstellungsverlängerung
II. Johan Grimonprez / 18. Oktober, 19 Uhr

I. Ausstellungsverlängerung

Die Ausstellung "Stipendiatenzeit" wird um eine Woche bis zum 20. Oktober verlängert. 
14. September - 20. Oktober 2002 

Johan Grimonprez
Dagmar Keller/Martin Wittwer
Florian Zeyfang

II. Johan Grimonprez im Edith-Ruß-Haus für Medienkunst

Freitag, 18. Oktober 2002, 19 Uhr
Johan Grimonprez präsentiert seine neue Website 'zapomatik'

Das „Zappen“ zwischen den Kanälen hat unsere (Fern)Sehgewohnheiten nachhaltig beeinflusst. Durch Werbeblöcke unterbrochen, nehmen wir das Gezeigte nur noch partiell und nicht mehr als Ganzheit wahr, und das hat soziale und ökonomische Veränderungen zur Folge. Anhand von historischem Material sowie einer digitalen Aufbereitung im Netz zeigt Grimonprez wie die Werbeindustrie durch die ‚Zapping’technologie Einfluss auf Medienproduktion und Konsumverhalten nimmt. 

Edith-Ruß-Haus für Medienkunst
Edith Russ Site for Media Art
Katharinenstraße 23
26121 Oldenburg
t. +49 (0)441 235 32 08
f. +49 (0)441 235 21 61


I. Exhibition Extended
II. Johan Grimonprez / 18 October, 19 Uhr

I. Exhibition extended
The exhibition "Stipendiatenzeit" has been extended for one week, through 20 October.

14 September - 20 October, 2002 

Johan Grimonprez
Dagmar Keller/Martin Wittwer
Florian Zeyfang

Friday, 18th October 2002, 7 pm
Johan Grimonprez presents his new website 'zapomatik'

Johan Grimonprez (B) presents his new „zapomatik“ website and video lounge on the subject of „zapping“. With historic material as well as a digital work off the Internet, Grimonprez takes up the ad industry’s influence on media productions and consumer behavior. Channel-zapping has changed our (tele)visual habits: This project confronts the fact that commercial interruptions cause us to only partially perceive what we are watching, inducing social and economic change.

Edith-Ruß-Haus für Medienkunst
Edith Russ Site for Media Art
Katharinenstraße 23
26121 Oldenburg
t. +49 (0)441 235 32 08
f. +49 (0)441 235 21 61


Date: Tue, 8 Oct 2002 11:04:04 -0400
From: "ricardo dominguez" <rdom {AT} thing.net>
Subject: Chiapaneco Meeting, against neoliberialism - October 9-12, 2002 

Subject: IMC,Chiapaneco Meeting, against neoliberialism
Date: Sun, 6 Oct 2002 07:16:24 +0200

Chiapaneco Meeting, opposed to neoliberialism

Autor(a): indymedia chiapas Fecha: 7:56am Sa'bado 05 Octobre 2002

Chiapaneco Meeting, opposed to neoliberialism
Strengthen Resistance and looking for Alternatives
October 9-12, 2002 Casa de la Cultura, El Carmen
San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas

It has been two years since the 2nd meeting South-North (today Convergence
of Movements of the Towns of the Americas COMPA -) took place in October
2000 in San Felipe Ecatepec, municipality of San Cristo'bal de las Casas,
Chiapas, many organizations of importance have been participating in several
meetings and international forums on diverse topics. Some organizations
attended some, and others went to all. Between these spaces, there was the
Meeting of State Organizations in San Felipe Ecatepec. Then, in November of
the same year, the 2nd meeting for the Democracy and Life in San Cristobal
took place. In 2001 the regional meeting of COMPA took place in Oaxaca and
initiated others whose process continues until this year and will follow
until the following one, the meetings "For the Defense of Maize"; the three
forums against PPP (Tapachula, Xela, and Managua); the First Mesoamerica
Forum for the life 'Regional Front Against the Dams', in the Pete'n; the two
weeks "For the Biological diversity and Culture" in San Cristobal and Xela;
and the National Meeting for Peace in San Cristobal de las Casas. These are
not all the spaces and forums that have been carried out, but are many. In
these moments of interchange, important reflection, and information much has
been carried out, it has given the opportunity to us to connect the
processes towards Central America where bonds have been strengthened with
those organizations. Today, thanks to these events the subjects like genetic
engineering and pesticides, the Puebla-Panama Plan or the Free Trade
Agreement, as well as the dams, nourishing sovereignty, Free Trade Area of
the Americas (FTAA), amongst many others, they have incorporated these
social agendas generating or strengthen awareness, resistance, and specific
actions in the communities. However, we left to the side since 2000 the
common meeting space between the Chiapaneca Organizations. For that reason,
two years after the meeting in San Felipe Ecatepec and for making concrete a
common Plan of Action on concepts that affect all organizations and
communities; and because we think that a plural space is necessary, ample,
democratic, multi sectorial, where all women and men have, organization, to
globalize the alternatives, the resistance and the hopes in which another
world is possible,

The first Chiapaneco Meeting, opposed to neoliberialism
Strengthen Resistance and looking for Alternatives

With the following Objectives:
I) To work out a Plan of Action common in base to the following 11
1, Nourishing Sovereignty, Campesina Production, Just Commerce
2, Land, Conduct, Migration;
3, Maize;
4, Pesticides and Genetic Engineering;
5, Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), PPP and Free Commerce
6. Dams, Civil Resistance To the fees of light, Privatization of Energy and
7, Human rights, Indigenous and Autonomy;
8, Biodiversity, Natural Protected Areas , Biopiraty and Traditional
9, Maquiladoras
10, Militarization and Paramilitarization ; and
11. Cafe'.
II) To recover spaces to construct democracy and peace.
III) To agree upon the participation in the social agenda of the meetings
and future mobilizations.
IV)To carry out a demonstration in the city of San Cristobal de las Casas on
October 12th, a protest against Plan-Puebla-Panama, according to the
agreement from the 3rd meeting against the PPP in Managua, Nicaragua, to add
us to the manifestations that will be that same day in the whole region from
Puebla to Panama.
1) The independent organizations in Chiapas are summoned (civil, campesina,
urban, ecume'nicas, magisterial, indigenous, and of solidarity). The
and international observers' participation will be welcome like tales.
2)The participation is not a personal view, but a representation of the
organization or the community, since the objective is to assume the
commitment to impel the Plan of Action that is from the meeting, operating
it, coordinating themselves and to evaluate it in the time in which the
participants of meeting determine it. For that reason, the participants will
have to arrive with the mandate of their organization to coordinate
themselves the best way with the purpose of coming to an agreement. By this
we ask for that the delegates send or arrive with a letter from endorsement
from their organization and/or community.
3) By logistical limitations, the meeting will have a maximum capacity of
600 people and a maximum of 4 delegates per organization, network, front,
coalition or community. We ask for equal participation and representation
between men and women.
4) We ask that all men and women pay $ 10 pesos per person at the moment of
registration for the rental of equipment, chairs, and needed logistics. Each
organization will pay for their delegates, such as food and housing during
the meeting.
5)Only the first 450 people registered from the base organizations will be
offered without cost housing and food during the meeting, although they are
not beyond paying the $10 pesos per person no to cover the transportation of
arriving and returning from his/her place of origin.
6) The registrations will be carried out by Red de Defensores Comunitarios
por los Derechos Humanos in the city of San Cristobal, the telephone and fax
(967) 83569, email is reddedefensores {AT} sancristobal.com.mx; or directly in
their offices located at Eli'as Calle no. 11, Colonia Revolucio'n Mexicana,
San Cristo'bal de las Casas, at the latest Friday October 4th, 2002, sending
the names of the participants and the letter of endorsement form the
organization. Once enrolled is complete the delegates will be sent or
develivered the Agenda of the meeting and its methodology.
6) All and the participants will have to register in the facilities of El
Carmen in San Cristobal on October 9th at 4pm. Returning to their place of
origin on October 12th after the march that will take place in the morning.

What to bring:
1, Personal Hygiene Products
2, blankets, posters or any other objects with slogans on the 11 concepts,
for the march on October 12th (or you can bring the materials to construct
the posters during the meeting, like markers, paints, etc.)
3. Proposals, ideas or suggestions from the organization or community for
the concepts that will help shape the action plan;
4. Bring the document "Sistematizacio'n de Propuestas and Alternativas" or
other forums on the 11 concepts that annex to this calling for his/her
previous discussion and analysis

Convocan: Consejo de Organizaciones de Me'dicos y Parteras Indi'genas
Tradicionales de Chiapas (COMPITCH); Desarrollo Econo'mico y Social de los
Mexicanos Indi'genas (DESMI); Red de Defensores Comunitarios por los
Derechos Humanos; Centro de Investigaciones Econo'micas y Poli'ticas de
Accio'n Comunitaria (CIEPAC), Convergencia de Movimientos de los Pueblos de
Las Ame'ricas (COMPA); Global Exchange Chiapas; Red e Intercambio y
Comercio Alternativo (RICAA); Alianza Ci'vica Chiapas; Centro de Ana'lisis
Poli'tico e Investigaciones Sociales y Econo'micas (CAPISE); Comisio'n para
la Unidad y la Reconciliacio'n Comunitaria (CORECO).



Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2002 18:34:29 +1000
From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
Subject: Bauhaus Award 2002

From: "Gildner, Silvia" <sgildner {AT} bauhaus-dessau.de>

We are holding a conference on 25 October 2002 as the prelude and
introduction to the presentation of the 2nd "International Bauhaus Award",
which takes place on 26 October. These two events mark the climax of Bauhaus
Dessau Foundation's theme for this year, "TeleCity". The central topic of
discussion has been the way urban spaces are changing due to information and
communication technologies [ICT], and the "International Bauhaus Award" this
year is for projects that explore the interplay between human beings and
technology - human/ICT interfaces - or between space and technology, in an
urban context. The projects are intended to probe beyond futuristic hype and
apocalyptic phobias, and investigate the complex interconnections between
"real worlds" and "virtual worlds" and the distinctive effects they have on
urban space and urban public life. During the conference, the members of the
award jury will be presenting their own current approaches and papers on the
topic. All lectures and presentations will be translated simultaneously.

The conference 25/10/2002

10:00 h welcome by Omar Akbar, executive director of Bauhaus Dessau
Lectures and discussions
[chaired by Gregor Langenbrinck and Werner Möller]
10:30 h Hans-Dieter Huber [Stuttgart] the aesthetics of confusion
11:15 h Lev Manovich [San Diego] the poetics of augmented space
12:00 h Olia Lialina [Suttgart] time to scroll
13:30 h lunch break
14:45 h Ursula Maier-Rabler [Salzburg] glocal-differences in access to and
dealing with CT in
15:30 h Steve Graham [Newcastle] splintering urbanism: technology,
infrastructure, and the urban
16:15 h discussion
18:00 h opening of the TeleCity exhibition

Award ceremony 26/10/2002

10:00 h welcome by Omar Akbar, executive director of Bauhaus Dessau
10:30 h presentations: architecture and urban design
12:00 h lunch break
13:00 h presentations: art and design
14:30 h break
14:45 h presentations: academic and theoretical works
16:15 h jury meeting
19:00 h Award presentation ceremony

Adresse: Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau, Gropiusallee 38, D-06846 Dessau
  Tel.: (49)-0-340/6508250
  Fax: (49)-0-340/6508226


Dr. Annette Zehnter
Presse und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau
Gropiusallee 38
06846 Dessau
0340 6508225
Fax: 0340 6508226
E-Mail: zehnter {AT} bauhaus-dessau.de


Date: Sun, 13 Oct 2002 12:49:32 +1000
From: linda carroli <lcarroli {AT} pacific.net.au>
Subject: fAf October02: MAAP: Beijing or bust!

fAf October02
MAAP: Beijing or bust!

fineArt forum

MAAP: Charting new territory
MAAP has packed its bags and is heading for Beijing. Themed 'Moist', the 02 
festival goes off Australian shores for the first time later this month. 
Check out fAf's special feature on MAAP: Mark Ng interviews festival 
director, Kim Machan and Japanese artist Kogo Takuji is profiled by Tan Yng 

In conjunction with MAAP, fAf presents Kogo Takuji in the gallery. 
Utilising Flash, 'Non broad casting time' engages the intersection of 
media, image and temporality. The work focusses on 'time' as a material, in 
particular the notion of 'broad casting time' or media constructions of time.

As usual fAf gives the lowdown on events, opportunities and news in the 
world of art, science and technology. In reviews:

:: Joe Farbrook discusses two recent conferences at University of Colorado 
in Boulder, Mapping Transitions and Rethinking the Visual.
:: Chronicling the work of a number of artists involved in the Creativity 
and Cognition Research Studio at Loughborough University, Explorations in 
Art and Technology is reviewed by David Cox.
:: In Inadequate Language, an exhibition and lecture Brisbane-based artist 
Pat Hoffie elaborated on the role of the artist in using her work to break 
the silence on issues of illicit societal change. Carmen Samuels reports.
:: Cows by Ronald Sukenick, a recent AltX ebook release is reviewed by 
Pierina Curties.
:: In Art Writing/Writing Art, Linda Carroli considers art writing with the 
recent Soapbox publication Heterostrophic.

 From this week, fineArt in Motion, fAf's 15th anniversary screening 
program will feature on SingaporeOne which will launch three films online 
per week. You can check it out here: http://www.s-one.net.sg/faf2002

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