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   A Sincerity Lecture                                                             
     Cary Peppermint <mint77 {AT} restlessculture.net>                                    

   Webcast 164, STR live in Amsterdam & on TV                                      
     Station Rose <gunafa {AT} well.com>                                                  

   Venice Biennial 2003 _ Romanian Pavilion                                        
     "kinema ikon" <kinema-ikon {AT} inext.ro>                                            

   Open Source Software, Development & Intellectual Property Rights                
     Floor van Spaendonck <floor {AT} waag.org>                                           

   Fwd: Pelicans and Crickets at c-level, May 25, 7pm                              
     t byfield <tbyfield {AT} panix.com>                                                  

   Announcement: RGB - VJ/DJ Festival                                              
     "Remco Vlaanderen" <rvlaanderen {AT} chello.nl>                                      

   V2_: Seminar Micro Gravity                                                      
     marije <marije {AT} v2.nl>                                                           

   museum in motion (amsterdam, may 27)                                            
     "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>                                                

   locution {AT} location1
      melanie <melanie {AT} location1.org>                                                 


Date: Sun, 18 May 2003 23:17:55 -0400
From: Cary Peppermint <mint77 {AT} restlessculture.net>
Subject: A Sincerity Lecture

This is a newly completed .mp3 version of one the Technolectures from
"Conductor Number Seventeen V4.0."  This particular Technolecture along with
6 other Technolectures will be given this Saturday, May 24th, starting
promptly at 3pm at Bronx River Arts at 1087 East Tremont Ave, The Bronx,


The title of this Technolecture is "A Sincerity Lecture."  This
Technolecture is concerned only with THE FACTS.  This Technolecture is a
concentrated effort on my behalf to translate to you through this particular

For 6 months the "techno-bass-pulse" that is the backbone for
"A Sincerity Lecture" has inhabited my headspace.  I oftentimes vocally
mimic it when alone and walking around the city: "BRLOCK-BROK-BLOK-BUUP-BOP
BROK-A-BRA-BOC-BRLOCK-BRLOCK."  It reminds me of the tonality of bullfrogs
but processed within this Technolecture as a recognizable rhythm and thus a
much more pleasurable audio experience for the listener who requires a
"strange comfort" or an odd familiarity or rather an indulgence in the

I have been recording and re-recording the primary vocal component to "A
Sincerity Lecture" for the last 4 days.  Since 11:20am, Thursday May 15th,
2003, I have accumulated 28 different vocal tracks all stored efficiently on
a 120gigabyte LaCie firewire drive purchased online through J&R World and
delivered to my apartment exactly one week ago tomorrow via Federal Express.

Today at 5:50pm, Sunday May 18th, 2003 I decided that I had to stop
recording these different versions of primary vocal tracks and accept THE
FACT that I may never be able to "sound" exactly the way I would like to
"sound" for you with regards to this particular Technolecture.  However
please note this is only release version 1.0 of "A Sincerity Lecture."

Much to my surprise the vocal-preamble for the work was recorded in one
quick and direct take starting at 6:20pm and ending shortly thereafter at
6:25pm.  I engaged in a mix-down process via Cubase that lasted until
9:15pm.  The mixdown resulted in an .aiff file which was converted to an
.mp3 file and then promptly uploaded at 9:35pm for public reception at


The piece runs at 6 minutes, 55 seconds.  It is an 8.2 MB download.  I have
a 56k dial-up connection and the piece took exactly 12 minutes to upload so
56k users could expect roughly the same amount of time for the download.  I
imagine if you have a DSL/cable connection or better this will be no

Cary Peppermint


Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 14:39:57 +0200
From: Station Rose <gunafa {AT} well.com>
Subject: Webcast 164, STR live in Amsterdam & on TV

STATION ROSE STReaming-Fahrplan update :

1) Live Webcast 164: WED/21.05.03
2) STR live in Amsterdam as performers and panelists.
3) hi-res on demand STReam.
4) Best of Webcasting 10 on TV -schedule

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1) Live Webcast 164:
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WED/21.05.03, 7pm CET
content: STReaming Net Art.
always exciting to play in realtime-20sec.
advice 01: great in that little streaming window. and if you blow it up
full screen, it looks bigger.
advice 02: jump in live, be there in time, it could get crowded.

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2) STR live in Amsterdam:
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* panelists at <playing field>, closing seminar of the EU-project
     SAT/23.5., Time: 15.40-16.40
     "What is the meaning and position of streaming media in modern art"
     at the Netherlands Media Art Institute.

* Station Rose live performance at Melkweg, Amsterdam, World Wide
     Video Festival.
     SAT/24.5., 10:30pm CET

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3) hi-res on demand STReam
¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬
of the live performance im Rahmen der Vortragsreihe Perspektive_03
des Studiengangs Medien-Design der FH-Mainz can be found at


great resolution and 2 STReams running side by side.

¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬
4) Best of Webcasting 10 on TV.
¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬
MON, 19.05.03, 15min. after midnite
TUE, 27.05.03
WED, 04.06.03

content: brand new tracks/remixes of the recent webcast 163, plus
classics from the early 90-ies.
   stills at http://www.stationrose.com/STR_on-TV.html.
hr Fernsehen, Late Lounge
    hessen fernsehen (hessischer rundfunk, hr)
    on astra 1C, transponder 40, 11,068 ghz. ARD-Digital

- ------------
Als eine der ersten Kuenstlergruppen weltweit lotete "Station Rose"
die Moeglichkeiten der interaktiven Medien und des Internet aus.
Bereits 1989 wurde die Multimedia - Performance "Gunafa Show" auf der
Ars Electronica in Linz aufgefuehrt. Seither stehen Performances in
klassischen Kunstgalerien und Messen  gleichberechtigt neben Aktionen
auf Medienfestivals und Events im Clubbereich im Werkverzeichnis der
Gruppe. WebCasting und Live-Streaming spielen dabei eine
hervorgehobene Rolle.  Aktuell arbeitet "Station Rose" auf diesem
Gebiet mit dem Institut für Mediengestaltung gemeinsam an dem
EU-Projekt "Playing Field".
                              (text by Institut für Mediengestaltung)

Seit 2002 lehren Elisa Rose & Gary Danner "Media Production" an
der FH Darmstadt.

                                                   "Cyberspace  is  Our Land!"

stay with us
                station rose   5-2003


Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 15:38:42 +0300
From: "kinema ikon" <kinema-ikon {AT} inext.ro>
Subject: Venice Biennial 2003 _ Romanian Pavilion

la Biennale di Venzia 2003

i have the honour of inviting you
to the official opening of the
romanian pavilion
on 13th of june
at 13.30 hours,
in giardini di castello,

[hypermedia installation]

by calin man | kinema ikon

more details at:

calin man

museum arad
piata enescu 1
2900 arad
tel: 0040257/210015
fax: 0040257/280114
e-mail: revoltaire {AT} go.ro
e-mail: kinema-ikon {AT} inext.ro


Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 17:07:06 +0200
From: Floor van Spaendonck <floor {AT} waag.org>
Subject: Open Source Software, Development & Intellectual Property Rights

INVITATION  3 June 2003 Killer (Application is People )Club
(sorry for cross-posting)
Open Source Software, Development Co-operation and Intellectual 
Property Rights

Together with the HIVOS foundation, Waag Society organises a Killer 
Club on open source and development co-operation.

In the South (formerly called: the Third World), the use of Open Source 
Software (OSS) spreads rapidly. The advantages of OSS over commercial 
software are in the field of user freedom and often cost savings. The 
use of OSS however asks for a greater learning effort of the users. 
Often this is seen as an advantage.

Big software producers who's business model is based on the exclusive 
rights on the 'soul' of the software, the code, are not happy with 
these worldwide developments. They consider it a threat or even a 
breach of their intellectual property rights. Consequently, they try to 
stop the spread of OSS or at least control it.

OSS clashes with the 'commercial model' of software on the issue of 
Intellectual Property Rights. Can knowledge, which plays such a major 
role in our economy, be restricted to private ownership? Does knowledge 
necessarily need to be 'locked' in order to become a commodity? What 
about the public domain and public ownership of knowledge?

OSS is a direct attack on the market position as well as the 
ideological naturalness of the proprietary model.

This Killer Club is part of the Sarai-Waag Exchange Program. A panel of 
experts, chaired by Patrice Riemens and Lawrence Liang, lawyer in 
Bangalore (India) and founder of a think-tank in this field will 
discuss the subject with invited specialists and policy makers.

The Killer Club will be streamed via the waag-website.

Date: 3 June 2003
Location: De Waag/ Theatrum Anatomicum- Amsterdam
Time: 8 p.m.
Admission: Free
Booking: Floor van Spaendonck floor {AT} waag.org

Waag Society| for old and new media | nieuwmarkt 4| 1012 CR Amsterdam
t +31-205579898 | f +31-20-5579880 | www.waag.org | floor {AT} waag.org


Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 13:45:41 -0400
From: t byfield <tbyfield {AT} panix.com>
Subject: Fwd: Pelicans and Crickets at c-level, May 25, 7pm

     [via tom jennings]

> From: info <info {AT} c-level.cc>
> To: events {AT} c-level.cc
> Subject: Pelicans and Crickets at c-level, May 25, 7pm
> Date: 20 May 2003 21:33:15 -0700
> Sunday May 25th 7pm at c-level:
> !Cricket Launched Missile Systems- Live Demo!
> The Journal of Aesthetics and Protest with Nomads+Residents_LA, and Arts and
> Action LA present
> Trevor Paglen and Aaron Gach discuss their works-  "Listening to Pelican
> Bay", and "Cricket Launched Missile Systems for Eco-Defense"
> Trevor and Aaron share a similar practice of collaboration with
> activist/advocacy groups-"tactically networking," for reasons of efficacy
> and distribution. They will be presenting their individual projects:
> collaboration in the fight to save endangered environments. Designed in
> response to illegal logging in California's threatened redwood forests -
> CADS is an accreted version of trickle-down technologies from the
> military/industrial complex. Relying on the crickets' unique audible
> responses to human encroachment, CADS establishes a system of deterrence
> through the technological augmentation of natural systems. Serving both as a
> critique of hegemonic logic and as a tactical tool for a disempowered
> community (crickets and trees), CADS redefines "biotech" within a political
> ecosystem.
> SILENT SPACES / INVISIBLE PLACES. Why is the Security Housing Unit (SHU) at
> Pelican Bay State Prison so silent? "Listening to Pelican Bay" seeks to
> answer this question by describing how a series of broader relationships
> between discourse, spectacle, and control translate into the cages and
> concrete blocks of California's prison system. Using conventions from
> lecture, film, performance, and music, "Listening to Pelican Bay" argues
> that the silence of the SHU represents the apex of a much broader carceral
> landscape characterized by a myriad of silences, invisibilities, and
> illegalities.
> This piece is being developed as a collaboration with Critical Resistance
> www.criticalresistance.org
> Trevor Paglen is an artist, writer, and experimental geographer currently
> working out of the Department of Geography at the University of California,
> Berkeley. His work is concerned with decoding and encoding urban and
> cultural landscapes in ways that challenge the taken-for-grantedness of the
> built environment. These challenges take the  form of installations, public
> interventions, and media produced in conjunction with social activists. He
> has had exhibitions and performances throughout the United States and
> Europe, and published writings on radical art practice, politics, and
> contemporary urban geography. www.paglen.com
> Aaron Gach is a performance, installation, and new media artist whose work
> consistently addresses public space, social politics and community issues.
> His commitment to exploring disparate arts (martial, magical, and creative)
> has led to the creation of numerous projects designed to analyze existing
> forces and activate latent energies.  Inspired by ongoing studies with a
> private investigator, a magician, and a ninja, Gach formed the Center for
> Tactical Magic (www.tacticalmagic.org)- an organization dedicated to the
> coalescence of art, technology, magic, and progressive social change.
> Embracing magical thinking and unconventional uses of technology, Aaron Gach
> and the Center for Tactical Magic continue to engage public space and social
> concerns while creating new possibilities for interdisciplinary community
> service.
> -------------------------------------------------------
> Directions to c-level:
>   1. Find yourself in front of "FULL HOUSE RESTAURANT" located at 963
>      N. Hill Street in Chinatown.
>   2. Locate the alley on the left hand side of Full House.
>   3. Walk about 20 feet down the alley (away from the street).
>   4. Stop.
>   5. Notice dumpster on your right hand side.
>   6. Take a right and continue down the alley.
>   7. Exercise caution so as not trip on the wobbly cement blocks underfoot.
>   8. The entrance to c-Level is located 10 yards down on left side, behind
>       a red door, and down a black staircase.
> If you get lost, you can try our occasionally answered phone > 213-617-0978
> for more information email info {AT} c-level.cc or visit http://www.c-level.cc
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Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 14:16:24 +0200
From: "Remco Vlaanderen" <rvlaanderen {AT} chello.nl>
Subject: Announcement: RGB - VJ/DJ Festival

RGB - VJ/DJ Festival

state-of-the-art visuals vs hardcore experiments
featuring international pioneers of electronic music and video

22 | 23 | 24 May, Melkweg, Amsterdam

Scanner, Label Night Invasion Planete: Le Syndicat Electronique, IT & My
Computer, Porn.Darsteller, Rollinka, DonLeo

FRIDAY MAY 23: Green
TLR, Orgue Electronique, Kassen, Legowelt, Monkeyshop, Solvent/Lowfish,
Meso, DJ Raphael, Driessens & Verstappen, Hassan Khan, Serhat Köksal,
SmashTV, Ellen Allien, Pfadfinderei

Barkode, Vive la Fête, VJK, Terry Toner, DJ Dion, Station Rose, Arno Coenen
vs Transformer di Roboter, Burnt Friedmann & Nu Dub Players, Michal Butink


RGB is a three day event, exclusively dedicated to contemporary VJ-culture
and the electronic music scene. RGB presents almost thirty live-performances
by international musicians, artists and collectives that operate at the
intersection of visual art, performance, new media and pop culture. New
artistic directions are being explored. It's art for art's sake, music for
music's sake, and style for style's sake. RGB takes place on the World Wide
Video Festival's last weekend, in one location, in the Melkweg Amsterdam, on
Thursday 22, Friday 23 and Saturday 24 May. The programme is compiled by the
World Wide Video Festival and the Melkweg in collaboration with the
Netherlands Media Art  Institute and Electronation.


Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 13:45:49 +0200
From: marije <marije {AT} v2.nl>
Subject: V2_: Seminar Micro Gravity

Call for participation

MIR - Micro Gravity Interdisciplinary Research
Seminar Micro Gravity
Date: Sunday 22 and Monday 23 June 2003
Time: 10:00 - 18:00 hours
Admission: € 50, students € 40 (lunch included)
Location: V2_, Eendrachtsstraat 10, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Registration: please mail to workshop {AT} v2.nl

Recently V2_ co-organized a series of parabolic flights and activities at 
the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre in Star City (RUS). The first 
outcomes, research and projects of the participating artists and scientists 
of these flights will be unveiled at a presentation and a seminar during 
the Architecture Biennial 2003. The ideas and experiences among experts 
from various disciplines will be exchanged and the relevance of these 
experiences will be discussed in the realm of ‘disembodiment versus 
physicality in virtual reality’. V2_ approaches outer space with its unique 
conditions such as the variations in the force of gravity now for the first 
time from an artistic and cultural point of view.

The experience of altered gravity puts a new emphasis on the position of 
the human body with relation to technology. The seminar will focus on 
parallels and scenarios for such new physical experiences by examining the 
variable conditions of micro gravity and virtual reality and their effect 
upon our perception and body language. The participants are thus encouraged 
to rethink their own sense of embodiment within mediated spaces and mixed 
realities. The seminar aims to generate new insights for the next 
generation of virtual reality based upon tactile experience and aesthetic 
perception rather than that of simulation and the representation of our 
daily physical environment.

Speakers are:
* Dr. Wim Bles (NL), Senior Research Fellow at TNO, coordinates the Balance 
& Orientation research group at TNO Human Factors (NL), specialized in 
human balance, spatial (dis)orientation and motion sickness.
* Annick Bureaud (F), director Leonardo/Olats, art critic and lecturer at 
the Art School of Aix-en-Provence (F). She is member of the editorial board 
of Leonardo (F/USA) and founder of IDEA  the International Directory of the 
Electronic Arts (F).
* Ewen Chardronnet (F), Tactical Media Researcher and Author of an 
anthology about the Association of Autonomous Astronauts, Quitter la 
gravité (Editions de L'Eclat, Nov. 2001). Coordinator for the arts 
organization Ellipse (F), which promotes international music and art 
* Kodwo Eshun (GB), journalist and writer specialized in the field of 
electronic art and music.
* Sota Ichikawa (J), architect and media artist, lecturer at the Tama Art 
University in Tokyo (J), Department of Information Design.
* Dr. Roger F. Malina (F/USA), astronomer and space physicist. He currently 
serves as Director of the NASA EUVE Observatory at the University of 
Calafonnia, Berkeley (USA) and is a member of the International Academy of 
Astronautics, co-chairing their Committee on Space Activities and Society. 
Dr. Malina is editor and Chairman of the Board of Leonardo/The 
International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology (F/USA).
* Seiko Mikami (J), media artist and researcher, Associate Professor at the 
Tama Art University in Tokyo (J), Department of Information Design.
* Prof. Dr. Otto E. Rössler (D), Professor of Theoretical Biochemistry and 
Chaos Researcher at the University of Tübingen (D), Distinguished Professor 
of the International Institute for Advanced Studies in Systems Research and 
Cybernetics (CDN). Rössler wiil give a lecture, ebtitled: A Little Stone in 
the Ear, Manipulated: Endo, Exo, Einstein and Benevolence.
* Nicola Triscott (GB), director and founder of The Arts Catalyst, the 
non-profit science art agency (GB), co-investigator on science and movement 
experiments on European Space Agency parabolic flight campaigns. Triscott 
is specialized in science and zero gravity art.
* Prof. Dr. Peter Werkhoven (NL), PhD in Physics at the University of 
Utrecht where he specialised in image processing and human visual motion 
perception. Later he led the Virtual Reality, Human/Machine Interface and 
Mediated Communications group at TNO and is currently director of TNO 
Multimedia and Telecommunications (NL) and Professor for Multimedia 
Interaction at the University of Amsterdam (NL).

More information on: www.v2.nl/2003

The seminar will be broadcasted live on the website, which also offers the 
opportunity to participate in the seminar from other locations. URL: 

Production: V2_, Institute for the Unstable Media (NL)
Partners & Support: The Arts Catalyst, the science-art agency (GB), 
Leonardo/Olats, The Leonardo Observatory for the Arts and Techno-Sciences 
(USA/F), Multimedia Complex of Actual Arts (RUS), Projekt Atol (SLO), the 
European Community, International Architecture Biennial Rotterdam (NL), 
Rotterdamse Schouwburg (NL), Ad!dict Creative Lab (B).


Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 09:25:27 +1000
From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
Subject: museum in motion (amsterdam, may 27)

27 may, de Balie Amsterdam

A conference on the future of the museum

With Scott Lash, Thierry de Duve, Boris Groys, Charles Esche, Kathy
Halbreich, Sune Nordgren, Hans Ulrich Obrist , Nikolaus Schafhausen, Bart De
Baere, Sjarel Ex (amongst others) .

Organized by Mondriaan Foundation, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Metropolis
M, Bimonthly Magazine on Contemporary Art

What is the position of a Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in today's
changing society? What are the demands it sees itself confronted with? How
should it respond to the changing circumstances in art and society? One
thing is clear: the typical modernistic l'art pour l'art practice of the
20th century museum no longer seems to apply. The need is for a new, open
and flexible museum practice, focusing on new art, new audiences, new
technologies and new functions.

Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, the Mondriaan Foundation and Metropolis M
present a day of lectures, conversations and debates on the museum of the
future. International curators, museum directors en theorists give their
view on the choices the museum of the 21st century has to make.

English spoken day program (40 euro): Scott Lash, Thierry de Duve, Boris
Groys, Charles Esche, Kathy Halbreich, Sune Nordgren, Hans Ulrich Obrist,
Nikolaus Schafhausen

Nederlandstalig avondprogramma (10 euro) (uitverkocht): Rutger Wolfson, Koen
Brams, Martijn van Nieuwenhuyzen, Jaap Guldemond, Liesbeth Bik, Bart De
Baere, Sjarel Ex, Stijn Huijts, Willem de Rooij, Janneke Wesseling

Reservations: de Balie: 020 55 35 100 (13.00-18.00 hours)

Information: Metropolis M 030 234 21 25


Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 12:28:16 -0500
From: melanie <melanie {AT} location1.org>

Dear Sir or Madam:

Location One is continuing its 'locution {AT} location1' series with a conversation 
by Bonnie Marranca with Marianne Weems, Artistic Director of the Builders 
and Norman Frisch, dramaturg. This conversation will take place at Location One 
on Thursday, May 29th at 8PM. We do hope you will be able to join us!

Rebekah Aff
Public Relations
Location One
locution {AT} location1:
Bonnie Marranca in conversation with Marianne Weems, Artistic Director of the 
Association and Norman Frisch, Dramaturg

Thursday, May 29th, 2003, 8PM
Admission: $5, Students $2, Members Free

MARIANNE WEEMS is a co-founder of The Builders Association and has directed all 
their productions. Over the last 15 years in New York, she has worked as an 
director and dramaturg with Susan Sontag, Jan Cohen-Cruz, Richard Foreman, and 
many others. From 1988-94 she was assistant director and dramaturg for the 
Group, during that time she also co-directed Ron Vawter’s solo performance Roy 
Jack Smith, and co-produced the film version with Good Machine, executive 
produced by 
Jonathan Demme. She is board president of Art Matters, a private arts 
foundation, and 
co-edited the book Art Matters: How The Culture Wars Changed America (N.Y.U. 
2000.) She was a member of the performance ensemble The V-Girls, who performed 
published from 1986-1995. 

NORMAN FRISCH has worked as a dramaturg and administrator with the Wooster 
Group, the Builders Association, and director Peter Sellars, among others. He 
has also 
worked with a number of international arts festivals as a curator and associate 
and curated the exhibition Show People: Downtown Directors and the Play of Time 
the Exit Art gallery in 2002. Frisch is also working with Marianne Weems as 
dramaturg on 
the Builders Association’s current production Alladeen, which will be showing at 
the Next 
Wave Festival of BAM in December 2003.

THE BUILDERS ASSOCIATION creates theater projects exploring the interface 
live performance and media. Directed by Marianne Weems, its OBIE Award-winning 
work re-animates theater for a contemporary audience, using current tools to 
interpret old 
forms. The company's productions combine texts with sound, video, and 
sets to create a world onstage
that reflects contemporary culture.

Since 1994, with a growing circle of artists, it has collaborated on seven 
theater projects, including Master Builder (1994), The White Album (1995), 
Motel  (Faust) (1996), Jump Cut (Faust) (1997), Jet Lag (1998-2000) with Diller 
Scofidio, Xtravaganza (2000-01) and Alladeen (2002) with motiroti. Alladeen is 
touring worldwide in venues including the Barbican Centre, London, Singapore 
International Theater Festival, RomaEuropa, and will appear at BAM's Next Wave 
Festival in December 2003. The company’s work has also been presented at Trafo 
Theater, Budapest, Kaaitheater, Brussels, the Guggenheim Museum, New York, and 
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

Bonnie Marranca is co-founder and editor of PAJ: A Journal of Performance and 
Art. A 
theatre critic residing in New York City, she has written two volumes of essays, 
of Theatre, and Theatrewritings, which won the George Jean Nathan Award in 
Criticism, and has edited several books, including Conversations on Art and 
Performance, Plays for the End of the Century, and Interculturalism and 
Bonnie Marranca is a Guggenheim Fellow and Fulbright scholar and is currently 
teaching at Princeton University. She is Director of Special Performance 
Projects at 
Location One.

For more information see:

May 22- June 28: International Artists in Residence Exhibition

Location One (www.location1.org) is a new not-for profit art center, which 
fosters the 
convergence of all types of creative expression. We maintain a gallery space 
suitable for 
every form of performance and exhibition, and within this space, multimedia 
broadcasting facilities that allow us to webcast a 24-hour stream of both live 
archived events. Our International Residency Program invites artists from other 
to experiment with emerging technologies. Location One is an exploration space 
continual creative discovery.

Location One is located at 26 Greene Street NYC 10013, between Grand and Canal 
Subway: Canal Street (N, R, 6, A, C, E, J, M, Z)
(212) 334-3347


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