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     "Steve Armstrong" <Wegway {AT} sympatico.ca>                                         

   DIE BILDER KOMMEN SPAETER                                                       
     PARTNER GEGEN BERLIN <PARTNERGEGENBERLIN {AT} PARTNERGEGENBERLIN.DE>                 

   gender and music technology: call Organised Sound                               
     Hannah Bosma <mail {AT} hannahbosma.nl>                                              

   Video                                                                           
     "Lorenzo Taiuti" <md3169 {AT} mclink.it>                                             

   update 12.02.02                                                                 
     acm acm <artofficial2 {AT} yahoo.com>                                                

   3rd issue of the DIMI magazine is online                                        
     "Wayne J. Cosshall" <wayne {AT} cosshall.com>                                        

   Film-Philosophy: Issue on Future Cinema                                         
     editor {AT} film-philosophy.com                                                      

   CFront 2000 Book out now - presentation on 6 December in Zurich                 
     Alain Kessi <kessi {AT} kein.org>                                                    

   Basel/Miami 2002 & WEBSITE LAUNCH                                               
     Ododita {AT} aol.com                                                                 

   m.a.g. special edition featuring jim leftwich                                   
     "august highland" <hmfah3 {AT} hotmail.com>                                          



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Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 00:07:54 -0500
From: "Steve Armstrong" <Wegway {AT} sympatico.ca>

Issue 4 of Wegway, the magazine of artists projects and opinion, is now
available. Our website 
has also been updated. Theres a sample of issue 4 including the First
Annual Juried Exhibition at 
<http://www.wegway.com> . You will also find information on the up-coming
Second Annual 
Juried Exhibition, back issues of Wegway, interesting links and other
worthwhile things. 

Contributors to Wegway 4 include Agnes Denes, Alison Owen, Betty Kaser,
Chriseddy, Christian McLeod, David Cheung, David Fujino, David Griffin,
Duane Locke, E. Nancy Stevens, Fang Tong, Froilan Vispo, Gary Michael
Dault, Heather Horton, Jennifer Linton, Joan Frick, Joy Garnett, Karl
Marx, Lanny Quarles, Margaux Williamson, Mark Laliberte, Michael Stipe,
Paul Grajauskas, Peter Owen, Ren Price, Richard Kirkley, Rick Taylor,
Robin Hesse, Ron Martin, Ross Racine, Ruth Tait, Steve Armstrong, Stewart
Home and Susan Lukachko.

Contributors, Advertisers and Subscribers should have received their
copies. Everyone else on this planet should buy one. That would be good.

You have received this email because 1) we already have an email
relationship, 2) your address was included in a mailing from someone who
has an email relationship with Wegway, 3) you requested inclusion on this
mailing list or 4) I found your address on an art-related website or in a
posting to a group to which I belong. To be removed from this list please
reply with remove in the subject line.

Steve Armstrong 
Publisher 
Wegway 
P. O. Box 157 
Station A 
Toronto, Ontario 
Canada 
M5W 1B2 
416 712 2716 
<http://www.wegway.com>


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Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 17:59:14 -0500
From: PARTNER GEGEN BERLIN <PARTNERGEGENBERLIN {AT} PARTNERGEGENBERLIN.DE>
Subject: DIE BILDER KOMMEN SPAETER

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                      PARTNER GEGEN BERLIN PRESENTS

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                         A FILM BY A.S.AMBULANZEN

                      HTTP://BBS.THING.NET -> VIDEO

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Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2002 12:58:49 +0100
From: Hannah Bosma <mail {AT} hannahbosma.nl>
Subject: gender and music technology: call Organised Sound

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Organised Sound
An International Journal of Music and Technology
Call for articles and works

Volume 8, Number 1
Issue's thematic title: Gender Issues in Music Technology
Date of Publication: April 2003
Publishers: Cambridge University Press

For this special issue on gender, we invite submissions in the form of 
papers, short audio pieces or excerpts, and/or short audio-visual 
artworks, related to gender issues.

Articles might focus on one or more of the following issues, although 
other approaches are also welcome:

What is the relationship between gender and the use of contemporary 
technology in pop music, electronic and computer music, experimental 
and electroacoustic composition, live electronics, radiophonics, 
multimedia, performance art, sound sculptures, and other sound art?
Which gender perspectives can be articulated in the composition, 
production, performance, reception, interpretation or mediation of 
these musical genres?
Why is there an apparent lack of women in most fields of contemporary 
music technology and electronic audio art, and how does this relate to 
the music, practices and interpretations?
How do musico-technological cultures relate to masculinity?
Are there feminine styles of electroacoustic composition?
How do women composers make a difference?

Guest editor Hannah Bosma will co-ordinate this issue. Please contact 
her at Hannah.Bosma {AT} hum.uva.nl .

Deadline for submissions is December 1, 2002. Audio and audio-visual 
material will be presented as part of our annual CD-ROM which will 
appear with issue 8/3.

The editors, as always, welcome submissions that fall outside of the 
scope of this issue's theme.

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

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 1 December 2002

SUBMISSION FORMAT:

Notes for Contributors/Further Details can be obtained from the inside 
back cover of published issues of Organised Sound or from:

http://uk.cambridge.org/journals/oso/

Hard copy of articles and other material should be submitted to:

      The Editors
      Organised Sound
      Centre for Technology and the Arts
      Clephan Building
      De Montfort University
      Leicester LE1 9BH, UK.

Email submissions should be mailed to (please see SUBMISSION FORMAT 
above):

      os {AT} cage.york.ac.uk

Editors: Leigh Landy and Tony Myatt.
Associate Editors: Ross Kirk and Richard Orton
Regional Editors: Cort Lippe, Eduardo Miranda, Shimoda Nobuhisa, Jran 
Rudi, Barry Truax, Ian Whalley, David Worrall
ICMA Representative: Mary Simoni
International Editorial Board: Marc Battier, Laurant Bayle, Allesandro 
Cipriani, Francis Dhomont, Simon Emmerson, Rajmil Fischman, David 
Howard, Miller Puckette, Jean-Claude Risset, Francis Rumsey, Trevor 
Wishart


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Date: Sat, 30 Nov 2002 11:00:43 +0100
From: "Lorenzo Taiuti" <md3169 {AT} mclink.it>
Subject: Video

Messaggio in formato MIME composto da pi parti.

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"M-Multimedia" is a periodical media happening curated by Lorenzo =
Taiuti. This fall begins a new season of multimedia shows with the =
videos "Best of" from Berlin Transmediale at Gallery "Amantes" =
www.arteca.org in Via Principe Amedeo 38 - Torino, Italy.

During next months Net-art, installations, meetings etc...

Lorenzo Taiuti md3169 {AT} mclink.it


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Date: Mon, 2 Dec 2002 13:05:01 -0800 (PST)
From: acm acm <artofficial2 {AT} yahoo.com>
Subject: update 12.02.02

acm has recently added the debut of a new VAC-UP
(virtual aesthetic curriculum user program) program
called "contextin' art," as well as new documentation
of the "Sexy or Sexism?" media project, to the home
page. past projects have been archived in the projects
section.

Contextin' Art is a new, ongoing database of artworks
that attempt to make visual connections between the
superstructure of Art, especially "New Media Art," and
their economic/political infrastructure. The first
installments re-visualize the Walker's "New Media
Initiatives" and the Whitney (including the ArtPort).
This is just one small effort to visualize economic
authoritarianism where it is often least visible. ACM
welcomes suggestions and submissions of artworks for
the Contextin' Art database.


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Date: Mon, 02 Dec 2002 16:21:16 +1100
From: "Wayne J. Cosshall" <wayne {AT} cosshall.com>
Subject: 3rd issue of the DIMI magazine is online

> This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand
this format, some or all of this message may not be legible.


Greetings all.

The third issue of the Digital ImageMakers International magazine is up on
the web site, <http://www.dimagemaker.com/>, along with the first two
issues, for download as PDFs.

The new December issue contains a profile of digital artist David Ho,
product reviews and lots of news.
The January issue will be up on the web site on December 20th with a profile
of Christopher Barnaby.

The first issue had a profile of Steve Danzig.
The second had a profile of Joel Seah.

New Media people please note. With the January issue we wish to add more
material on new media digital art. Ill be adding appropriate news items
that get posted to us but we also need well written pieces of any length
(well, up to around 6 pages) covering any aspect of digital art and related
issues. We cant pay yet, but it does provide you with a new venue and a lot
of people will read your work. Plus youll be listed as a contributor. We
dont mind how opinionated your pieces are, so long as they are well written
and have something relevant to say that advances the discussion of digital
art.

Email director {AT} dimagemaker.com

Cheers,

Wayne
- -- 
Wayne J. Cosshall
Editor, Digital Photography & Design magazine
Technical Editor, Capture  Commercial Photography magazine
Director of Digital ImageMakers International and Editor of their magazine
www.dimagemaker.com
Director, International Digital Art Awards www.internationaldigitalart.com
26 Kathleen Street
Preston East VIC 3072
Australia
wayne {AT} cosshall.com
Phone (03) 9470 3786
Fax (03) 9470 4384




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Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 00:16:24 +0000
From: editor {AT} film-philosophy.com
Subject: Film-Philosophy: Issue on Future Cinema

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     Future Cinema: Baudrillard, Virilio, and the Image

     Film-Philosophy Special Issue, November 2002



R. J. Warren Zanes, 'Photography Into Motion'
on Patrice Petro, ed., _Fugitive Images: From Photography to Video_ (1995)

Jeffrey S. Longacre, 'After Photography: Deconstructing the Era of the Image'
on Scott McQuire's _Visions of Modernity_ (1998)

Scott McQuire, 'Reply to Longacre'

Matt Lee, 'Technology and the Image'
on Balkema and Slager, eds, _Screen-Based Art_
Special Issue of the journal _Lier en Boog_ (2000)

Ted Kafala, 'Cinematic Media in the Age of the Quantum Particle'
on Paul Virilio's _Polar Inertia_ (2000)

Kenneth Rufo, 'Obscenity with a View'
on Jean Baudrillard's _Revenge of the Crystal_ (1999)

Erik Marshall, 'Fatal Strategies and Film Studies'
on Jean Baudrillard's _Fatal Strategies_ (1999)

Daniel Herwitz, 'The Defence of Extreme Realities'
on Rex Butler's _Jean Baudrillard: The Defense of the Real_ (1999)

Rex Butler, 'It is Never a Decision to Choose Between This and That'
A Reply to Herwitz

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aesthetics. Contributers include Richard Allen, Stephen Arnott, 
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Freeland, Silvio Gaggi, Torben Grodal, Samuel Guttenplan, John Izod, 
Eleanor Kaufman, Douglas Kellner, Barbara M. Kennedy, Marcia Landy, 
Hassan Melehy, Laura Mulvey, Andrew Murphie, Jean-Luc Nancy, Joseph 
Nechvatal, Martha P. Nochimson, Geoffrey Nowell-Smith, Dorothea 
Olkowski, Edward O'Neill, Carl Plantinga, William Rothman, Daniel 
Shaw, David Sterritt, Garrett Stewart, Thomas Wartenberg, and Nina 
Zimnik.

The email salon has more than 900 members from over 20 countries. 
Articles are simultaneously published through both the website and 
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Subjects of journal writing and salon argument include: Abbas 
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Trier, Wim Wenders, Cognitivism, Bela Tarr, Mohsen Mahkmalbaf, Slavoj 
Zizek, David Fincher, Time and Memory, Leos Carax, Laura Mulvey, 
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published texts and issues on Robert Bresson, documentary film, Laura 
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Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2002 00:15:36 +0100
From: Alain Kessi <kessi {AT} kein.org>
Subject: CFront 2000 Book out now - presentation on 6 December in Zurich

  Dear friends and colleagues,

After a long period of preparation, we are happy to be able to present 
the CFront 2000 Book, a trans-Balkanian intervention in media space.

Communication Front 2000
/international project of electronic and media art and culture/
Crossing Points East-West
<www.cfront.org/cf00book>
Curators: Dimitrina Sevova, Emil Miraztchiev
Selection of texts and editing: Dimitrina Sevova, Alain Kessi
<sevokessi {AT} cfront.org>
ISBN 954-90880-1-4

The book will be presented to the public by Dimitrina Sevova, Alain 
Kessi and Emil Miraztchiev in the context of the "Konsequenz" project 
curated by Frederikke Hansen in Shedhalle in Zurich, Switzerland, on 6 
December (see <http://www.shedhalle.ch>; information about our workshop 
there to follow soon).

The Communication Front project has grown over the years in a broader 
context of media art, of net activisim, of mailing lists, meetings and 
projects that allowed, outside the Art World System, informal contacts 
and friendships between media artists, theorists and activists from East 
and West. This communication context today presents itself in rather 
different form. If at its beginnings, it has grown as a community of 
people feeling part of a common movement and endeavor, now the channels 
of communication that were the backbone of this community have turned 
into more open channels of information flow. The media landscape is 
changing dynamically, new tendencies are emerging, while others have 
become history.

The context of this process, especially with regard to the East-West 
axis that has always played an important role in it, is the broad topic 
of the CFront 2000 Book. The deliberately eclectic selection of texts in 
the book ranges from strictly theoretical, through anecdotal texts to 
some fervent manifestos or experimental forms that are more 
characteristic of hypertext and the Net. Some texts were written as 
working materials for CFront 2000, the second edition of Communication 
Front. Others were written after the event by participants inspired by 
the discussions at CFront 2000. And a number of other authors who have 
been part of these processes have been invited and have accepted to 
contribute, either with existing, but not widely published texts, some 
specially reworked for the CFront 2000 Book, or with original contributions.

We would like to thank the authors: Adele Myers (United Kingdom), Alain 
Kessi (Bulgaria/Switzerland), Ana Peraica (Croatia/Netherlands), Andreas 
Broeckmann (Germany), Daniel Smilovski (Bulgaria), Dejan Kric 
(Croatia), Dimitrina Sevova (Bulgaria), Dimos Dimitriou (Greece), 
Donatien Garnier (France), Eric Kluitenberg (Netherlands), Geert Lovink 
(Netherlands/Australia), Gven Incirlioglu (Turkey), Iara Boubnova 
(Bulgaria), Iliyana Nedkova (Bulgaria/United Kingdom), Jane Brake 
(United Kingdom), Jen Southern (United Kingdom), Jenna Collins (United 
Kingdom), Kayo Terzijski (Bulgaria), Luchezar Boyadjiev (Bulgaria), 
Melentie Pandilovski (Macedonia), Nedko Solakov (Bulgaria), Nina 
Czegledy (Canada), Ravi Sundaram (India), Rupert Francis 
(Australia/United Kingdom), SNORTER, Steve Bradley (USA), Susanna 
Paasonen (Finland), Tapio Mkel (Finland), Ventsislav Zankov (Bulgaria)

All the texts in the book are available online at 
<http://www.cfront.org/cf00book>.

We also thank the authors of the texts published in the extended online 
edition: Alexander Brener (Russia/Austria), Jen Southern (United 
Kingdom), Korinna Patelis (Greece/United Kingdom), Luchezar Boyadjiev 
(Bulgaria), Melentie Pandilovski (Macedonia), Rupert Francis 
(Australia/United Kingdom) and Yordan Eftimov (Bulgaria).

Last but not least, our special thanks go to the Daniel Langlois 
Foundation, without whose support the book would never have been published.

If you'd like to know more about the book, a good place to start is the 
introduction to the book, which you will find at 
<http://www.cfront.org/cf00book/en/dimitrina-alain-intro-en.html>.

With our very best regards,

Dimitrina & Alain


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Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 13:48:13 EST
From: Ododita {AT} aol.com
Subject: Basel/Miami 2002 & WEBSITE LAUNCH


Hello All-

I would like to announce to you the launch of my website at 

<A HREF="http://www.odilidonaldodita.com";>http://</A><A 
HREF="http://www.odilidonaldodita.com";>www.odilidonaldodita.com</A>

This site will feature current and past one-person and group exhibitions; 
artist projects and collaborations; and essays by noted curators and critics 
including, Denise Carvalho, Holland Cotter, Lauri Firstenberg, Sylvie Fortin, 
Deborah Frizzell, Cheryl Hartup, Michael M. Thoss, and Gregory Volk.

On view in the “Guest Projects” section of this site is a special on-line 
group exhbition of “HERE AND NOW” which opened in May 2001 at the Zacheta 
National Gallery in Warsaw, Poland, and the Arsenal Gallery in Bialystok, 
Poland.  Artists in this project included- Byron Kim, Wojciech Lazarczyk, 
Robert Maciejuk, Olivier Mosset, Odili Donald Odita, Steven Parrino, Mikolaj 
Smoczynski, and Leon Tarasewicz.

Upcoming Events-

Please stop by and see my work in Art Statements at the Basel/Miami Art Fair. 
 I will be in attendance at my Art Statements Booth, S18, and at most events 
occurring during the Basel/Miami Art Fair.

At the same time I will have paintings on view in the permanent collections 
of the Birmingham Museum of Art in Alabama (“Gravity’s Rainbow”); in 
‘Collection in Context’ at the Studio Museum of Harlem in New York (“Third 
Text”); in ‘Miami Currents’ at the Miami Art Museum in Florida 
(“In-Between”); and in the exhibition, ‘Painting as Paradox’ at Artists 
Space, NYC.

I appreciate your support!

- -Odili Donald Odita


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Date: Fri, 29 Nov 2002 02:04:05 -0800
From: "august highland" <hmfah3 {AT} hotmail.com>
Subject: m.a.g. special edition featuring jim leftwich

the m.a.g. special edition

is now featuring 

jim leftwich

http://www.muse-apprentice-guild.com/special-edition/leftwich/

the m.a.g. special edition is published several times annually

it is devoted to one writer or new media artist

the next m.a.g. special edition appears in mid-december

www.muse-apprentice-guild.com



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