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   [Psrf] Photostatic Retrograde Archive, no. 33                                   
     Lloyd Dunn <ll {AT} detritus.net>                                                    

   LinkTank Report: THE AUGMENTED SOCIAL NETWORK                                   
     "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>                                                

   THE MATRIX: REDISTRIBUTED                                                       
     PARTNER GEGEN BERLIN <sebastian {AT} rolux.org>                                      

   Net Art Review Feedback                                                         
     "Eduardo Navas" <eduardo {AT} navasse.net>                                           

   [Psrf] Photostatic Retrograde Archive, no. 33 (Corrected!)                      
     Lloyd Dunn <ll {AT} detritus.net>                                                    

   <nettime> mixed radio xyzedd with interfunk                                     
     da {AT} kriegste.de                                                                  

   For information / Pour information                                              
     Dominique Fontaine <dfontaine {AT} fondation-langlois.org>                           

   ensemble integrales May 2003 Newsletter                                         
     integer {AT} www.god-emil.dk                                                         

   The War Room/The War Ruin                                                       
     Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>                                              



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Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 15:33:50 +0200
From: Lloyd Dunn <ll {AT} detritus.net>
Subject: [Psrf] Photostatic Retrograde Archive, no. 33

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Now available for download, Retrograde Release no. 19, June 2003:

PhotoStatic 33

Description: http://psrf.detritus.net/vi/p36/index.html

Direct download: http://psrf.detritus.net/pdf/p36.pdf (5.8 Mb)

Description. "Cultural Property." In retrospect, it's hard to know 
why the precise phrase "Cultural Property" was chosen for this issue, 
for we certainly intended to explore what's today called intellectual 
property. In that light, our thinking from those days is flattered, 
being in advance of the firebrand issue that so divides the internet 
and media communities of today. Here as in other issues, a 
significant series of xerographic collages by the inestimable John 
Stickney is a memorable part of the collection. Works that deal 
specifically with plagiarism and copyright also appear by Alte Kinder 
(Owen O'Toole) and P. Petrisko, Jr. Piotr Szyhalski continues to 
provide his sophisticated graphic works, and the "Ziggurat" project 
of Thom Metzger is allowed play in the board game of "Speg." Three 
installments of Thomas Wiloch's "Codes and Chaos" column deliver 
conundra to ponder while perusing the rest of the issue. Brad Goins 
continues to bring an understated sarcasm to his appraisal of 70s 
porn in "Overlooked Classics." And Ralph Johnson's erudite 
text-improvisation entitled "How to 'Cash-in' on your Worries" forms 
this installment of his column "Egregious Obliquity."

Contributors include. Jake Berry, John R, Alte Kinder [Owen O'Toole], 
Jack Moskovitz, John Stickney, Thomas Wiloch, P. Petrisko, Jr, David 
Powell, Piotr Szyhalski, Pascal Uni, Ge[of Huth], Patrick McKinnon, 
Ph. Bille, Mike Miskowski, Serse Luigetti, Thomas Hibbard, Bob 
Grumman, Thom Metzger, Kurt Nimmo, Brad Goins, Ralph Johnson, John 
Heck, Billy Rojas, Miekal And, Tim Coats, Ll. Dunn

Project Overview: The Photostatic Retrograde Archive serves as an 
electronic repository for a complete collection of PhotoStatic 
Magazine, PhonoStatic Cassettes, Retrofuturism, and Psrf, (as well as 
related titles). Issues are posted as PDF files, at more or less 
regular intervals, in reverse chronological order to form a 
chronological mirror image of the original series. When the first 
issue, dating from 1983, is finally posted in several year's time, 
then this electronic archive will be complete.

Issue directory: http://psrf.detritus.net/issues.html

Project URL: http://psrf.detritus.net/

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Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 08:04:02 +1000
From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
Subject: LinkTank Report: THE AUGMENTED SOCIAL NETWORK

(This is related to the upcoming planetwork conference in SF, June 6-8,
/geert)

From: "Jim Fournier" <jim {AT} geoman.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 21, 2003 4:36 AM
Subject: LinkTank Report :: The Augmented Social Network

Greetings,

below you will find an Abstract of an advance draft of a white paper
entitled: "THE AUGMENTED SOCIAL NETWORK: BUILDING IDENTITY AND TRUST INTO
THE NEXT-GENERATION INTERNET," a report from the LinkTank written by Ken
Jordan, Jan Hauser and Steven Foster.

It considers the following propositions:  Could the next generation of
online communications strengthen civil society by better connecting people
to others with whom they share affinities, so they can more effectively
exchange information and self-organize?  Could such a system help to
revitalize democracy in the 21st century?

The paper couples political analysis with a description of a technical
architecture that can be achieved with today's technology.

We are assembling a distinguished group of innovators in the fields of
online communications, social network theory, and public interest media to
read this draft of the paper and publish their feedback to the group via an
on-line "Collaboratory" designed specifically for this process.  The intent
is to generate a lively discussion amongst the reader group with the goal of
including an edited version of the feedback as part of the final
publication.

The review and feedback process will take place over the next few weeks,
leading up to the public presentation of the paper at the Planetwork
Conference: Networking a Sustainable Future in San Francisco, June 6-8,
2003.  For more on the conference, see: http://www.planetwork.net.

You can download a PDF of the full text of "THE AUGMENTED SOCIAL NETWORK:
BUILDING IDENTITY AND TRUST INTO THE NEXT-GENERATION INTERNET" at:
http://collaboratory.planetwork.net/linktank_whitepaper/ASN2003-05-15.pdf/fi
le_view

The white paper will be the basis for a collaboratory online discussion
process, facilitated by Blue Oxen Associates, and culminating in a three day
live collaboratory facilitated by The Knowhere Store, at the conference.
For more information, or to participate, visit:
http://collaboratory.planetwork.net

It is our hope that you will join us for this exciting dialogue, as your
insights and feedback are invaluable to making this document serve its
stated purpose.  If you know of others who you think should be included in
the "Collaboratory" process, please feel free to pass this on to them, or
send us their contact information and we will invite them to take part.

We would like to extend our gratitude in advance for your participation,

Sincerely,

Elizabeth Thompson & Jim Fournier, Planetwork

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THE AUGMENTED SOCIAL NETWORK:
BUILDING IDENTITY AND TRUST INTO THE NEXT-GENERATION INTERNET

A Link Tank Report
by Ken Jordan, Jan Hauser, and Steven Foster

Abstract

Could the next generation of online communications strengthen civil society
by better connecting people to others with whom they share affinities, so
they can more effectively exchange information and self-organize? Could such
a system help to revitalize democracy in the 21st century? When networked
personal computing was first developed, engineers concentrated on extending
creativity among individuals and enhancing collaboration between a few. They
did not much consider what social interaction among millions of Internet
users would actually entail. It was thought that the Net's technical
architecture need not address the issues of "personal identity" and "trust,"
since those matters tended to take care of themselves.

This paper proposes the creation of an Augmented Social Network (ASN) that
would build identity and trust into the architecture of the Internet, in the
public interest, in order to facilitate introductions between people who
share affinities or complimentary capabilities across social networks. The
ASN has three main objectives: 1) To create an Internet-wide system that
enables more efficient and effective knowledge sharing between people across
institutional, geographic, and social boundaries.  2) To establish a form of
persistent online identity that supports the public commons and the values
of civil society. 3) To enhance the ability of citizens to form
relationships and self-organize around shared interests in communities of
practice in order to better engage in the process of democratic governance.
In effect, the ASN proposes a form of "online citizenship" for the
Information Age.

The ASN is not a piece of software or a website. Rather, it is a model for a
next-generation online community that could be implemented in a number of
ways, using technology that largely exists today. It is a system that would
enhance the power of social networks by using interactive digital media to
exploit the transitive nature of trust through the principle of six degrees
of connection. As a result, people will be able to inform themselves and
self-organize more effectively -- in non-hierarchical, rhizomatic social
formations -- leading to more opportunities for engaged citizenship. Part 1
of the paper discusses the concepts behind the ASN, why it is important to
pursue such a project today, and the dangers civil society faces if it is
not pursued. Part 2 describes a technical architecture for the protocols and
software that would support a system of recommendations through trusted
third parties across the Internet as a whole. Part 3 offers recommendations
for first steps toward achieving the ASN.

The ASN weaves together four distinct technical areas into components of an
interdependent system. The four main elements of the ASN are: persistent
online identity; interoperability between communities; brokered
relationships; and public interest matching technologies. Each of these is
discussed in a separate section in detail.

The issue of persistent online identity is examined first through a contrast
between the needs of civil society and current initiatives in the commercial
sector, the Liberty Alliance Project and Microsoft's .Net identity system,
named Passport. The ASN calls for a public interest approach to online
identity that enables individuals to express their interests outside
contexts determined by commerce. This approach would include a digital
profile that has an "affinity reference" that would facilitate connections
to trusted third parties.

The section on interoperability between online communities starts with a
discussion of Reed's Law, which shows how the value of social networks grows
exponentially through interconnectivity. We then discuss how the ASN would
apply Reed's Law to online communities of practice in new ways, through the
creation of interoperability protocols that will enable individuals to cross
more easily between social networks. The ASN would create strategically
placed "doors" between online community infrastructures, which today act
like "walled castles."  Also discussed are the module software applications
necessary to extend the functionality of online community infrastructures so
they can support ASN activity.

The section on brokered relationships begins by discussing the importance of
brokering introductions between people using the ASN, and describes the
"introduction protocols" that would facilitate this process. While many ASN
introductions would be automated, others of a more sensitive nature will
require specialized brokering services that provide customized
introductions, appropriate to narrowly defined circumstances. These are
discussed, as well as current brokering systems that are developing relevant
technology.

The section on public interest matching technologies explains why it is
crucial for the civil society sector to participate in the creation of
online ontologies and taxonomies that are now shaping the semantic structure
of the Internet. Also discussed are the ways that matching technologies
enhance online communities, and how the ASN would develop protocols that
enable interoperability between online ontological frameworks. The latter
would enrich knowledge sharing between social networks by allowing distinct
communities to compare "knowledge maps," and easily access diverse
viewpoints.

The ASN could be achieved in an incremental manner, with software and
protocols developed among a relatively small group of participants, and
gradually adopted by larger online community systems as they see fit. The
ASN would be built on open standards, shepherded by a not-for-profit
initiative that coordinates efforts in the technical areas described above.
Aspects of the implementation could be undertaken by for-profit companies
that respect these open standards, just as companies today profit from
providing email or web pages. But to insure that ASN meets its public
interest objectives, participating organizations would have to agree to
abide by the ASN's principles of implementation.


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Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 20:00:21 +0200
From: PARTNER GEGEN BERLIN <sebastian {AT} rolux.org>
Subject: THE MATRIX: REDISTRIBUTED

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Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2003 10:32:22 -0600
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Subject: Net Art Review Feedback

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Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 17:39:37 +0200
From: Lloyd Dunn <ll {AT} detritus.net>
Subject: [Psrf] Photostatic Retrograde Archive, no. 33 (Corrected!)

My apologies for the duplicate posts. The previous message I sent out 
today gave incorrect URLs for "Description" and "Direct download". 
They have been corrected in this message. Please disregard the 
previous post.


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Now available for download, Retrograde Release no. 19, June 2003:

PhotoStatic 33

Description: http://psrf.detritus.net/vi/p33/index.html

Direct download: http://psrf.detritus.net/pdf/p33.pdf (5.8 Mb)

Description. "Cultural Property." In retrospect, it's hard to know 
why the precise phrase "Cultural Property" was chosen for this issue, 
for we certainly intended to explore what's today called intellectual 
property. In that light, our thinking from those days is flattered, 
being in advance of the firebrand issue that so divides the internet 
and media communities of today. Here as in other issues, a 
significant series of xerographic collages by the inestimable John 
Stickney is a memorable part of the collection. Works that deal 
specifically with plagiarism and copyright also appear by Alte Kinder 
(Owen O'Toole) and P. Petrisko, Jr. Piotr Szyhalski continues to 
provide his sophisticated graphic works, and the "Ziggurat" project 
of Thom Metzger is allowed play in the board game of "Speg." Three 
installments of Thomas Wiloch's "Codes and Chaos" column deliver 
conundra to ponder while perusing the rest of the issue. Brad Goins 
continues to bring an understated sarcasm to his appraisal of 70s 
porn in "Overlooked Classics." And Ralph Johnson's erudite 
text-improvisation entitled "How to 'Cash-in' on your Worries" forms 
this installment of his column "Egregious Obliquity."

Contributors include. Jake Berry, John R, Alte Kinder [Owen O'Toole], 
Jack Moskovitz, John Stickney, Thomas Wiloch, P. Petrisko, Jr, David 
Powell, Piotr Szyhalski, Pascal Uni, Ge[of Huth], Patrick McKinnon, 
Ph. Bille, Mike Miskowski, Serse Luigetti, Thomas Hibbard, Bob 
Grumman, Thom Metzger, Kurt Nimmo, Brad Goins, Ralph Johnson, John 
Heck, Billy Rojas, Miekal And, Tim Coats, Ll. Dunn

Project Overview: The Photostatic Retrograde Archive serves as an 
electronic repository for a complete collection of PhotoStatic 
Magazine, PhonoStatic Cassettes, Retrofuturism, and Psrf, (as well as 
related titles). Issues are posted as PDF files, at more or less 
regular intervals, in reverse chronological order to form a 
chronological mirror image of the original series. When the first 
issue, dating from 1983, is finally posted in several year's time, 
then this electronic archive will be complete.

Issue directory: http://psrf.detritus.net/issues.html

Project URL: http://psrf.detritus.net/

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Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 10:12:16 +0200 (CEST)
From: da {AT} kriegste.de
Subject: <nettime> mixed radio xyzedd with interfunk

Hi there,

last week after our [radio_interfunk] opening we read about another
radio-group called x y zedd. we immediately went for all those ogg
streamings and found them brillant....

...to be mixed with [radio_interfunk] video jingles, as we did with our
Casablanca staff. I did not find this message again, so please get in
contact, whoever wrote this mail to the list. Have a look what we made
from it on

http://kriegste.de/interfunk/hoerzu.htm

or get the whole movie in realmedia format by using:
http://club-voltaire-muc.de/fpx/interfunk_paris_56.rm for modem loading
http://club-voltaire-muc.de/fpx/interfunk_paris_isdn.rm for 64 kbit
http://club-voltaire-muc.de/fpx/interfunk_paris_dsl.rm for dsl/lan
connections

We took three of four of the oggs to mix them up with our live-recording
featuring Undine Schmiedl, german actrice, and mixing them up with some
original soundtracks from Casablanca. Thats´s nice so far...

Best

David Herzog


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Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 10:12:13 -0400
From: Dominique Fontaine <dfontaine {AT} fondation-langlois.org>
Subject: For information / Pour information

Pour la version française : voir ci-dessous.

[ Apologies for cross-posting / Veuillez excuser les envois multiples ]

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

For information
Montreal, May 22, 2003


THE DANIEL LANGLOIS FOUNDATION
GRANTS NEARLY HALF A MILLION TO 16 PROJECTS IN THE
RESEARCH GRANT PROGRAM FOR INDIVIDUAL ARTISTS OR SCIENTISTS


The Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science, and Technology has just
granted nearly half a million to 16 projects by artists dedicated to merging
art and science through the use of new technologies.

The Foundation received 297 applications during its 2003 call for projects
for The Research Grant Program for Individual Artists or Scientists. Its
international jury examined 83 of the projects, selecting 16 to benefit from
the Foundation's program for individuals. Of the projects chosen, six are
from Canada, four from the United States, four from the United Kingdom, one
from Brazil and one from India.

Besides Mr. Daniel Langlois, the jury included Mr. Jim Campbell (United
States), Ms. Nina Czegledy (Canada), Mr. Jocelyn Robert (Canada) and Mr.
Jean Gagnon, the Foundation's executive director. This year, grants range
from $10,000 to $45,000. Please find below a list of the grant recipients. A
detailed description of each project will be posted on the Foundation's Web
site: http://www.fondation-langlois.org, in September. 


For more information: 	
				JEAN GAGNON, Executive Director 
		DOMINIQUE FONTAINE, Program Officer
		E : dfontaine {AT} fontaine-langlois.org
		T : (514) 987-7177


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

LIST OF THE GRANT RECIPIENTS
Research Grant Program for Individual Artists or Scientists


Ælab (Gisèle Trudel and Stéphane Claude) (Montréal, Québec, Canada)
"DATA"

Philip Beesley and Diane Willow (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
"Reflexive Membranes"

Peter Blasser (Chicago, Illinois, United States)
"The shinth: an inner-surface for circuit benders"

Sandro Canavezzi de Abreu (Salto, Brazil)
"VOID: a stereoendoscopy into a Blackbox"

Chris Csikszentmihályi (Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States)
"Edgy Products"

Jessica Field (Pickering, Ontario, Canada)
"Semiotic Investigation into Cybernetic Behaviour"

Marc Fournel (Montréal, Québec, Canada)
"Tontauben"

Steve Heimbecker (Montréal, Québec, Canada)
"Wind Array Cascade; phase 2b 'Si(g)n(e)"

Giles Lane (London, United Kingdom)
"Urban Tapestries"

Golan Levin (Brooklyn, New York, United States)
"Messa Di Voce"

Jessica Loseby (Chichester, United Kingdom)
"views from the ground floor"

r a d i o q u a l i a (London, United Kingdom)
"Radio Astronomy"

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer (Montréal, Québec, Canada)
"Sustained Coincidence"

Vishal Rawlley (Bombay, India)
"TYPOCITY-2"

Pletts Haque (Usman Haque and Josephine Pletts) (London, United Kingdom)
"Sky Ear"

Sha Xin Wei (Atlanta, Georgia, United States)
"Topological Softwear"

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


Pour information
Montréal, le 22 mai 2003


LA FONDATION DANIEL LANGLOIS 
ATTRIBUE PRÈS DE UN DEMI MILLION DE DOLLARS À 16 PROJETS DANS LE CADRE DE
SON PROGRAMME DE BOURSES POUR LES ARTISTES ET CHERCHEURS INDIVIDUELS


La fondation Daniel Langlois pour l'art, la science et la technologie vient
d'attribuer près d'un demi million de dollars à 16 projets soumis par des
artistes voués à la rencontre de l'art et de la science sur le terrain des
nouvelles technologies.

La fondation a reçu 297 dossiers au terme de l'appel de projets 2003 dans le
cadre du programme de bourses pour les artistes ou chercheurs individuels.
Suite à une première étape de sélection, 83 projets ont été présentés au
comité d'évaluation. De ce nombre, 16 projets ont été retenus, soit six en
provenance du Canada, quatre des États-Unis, quatre du Royaume-Uni, un du
Brésil et un de l'Inde.

Outre le président de la fondation, M. Daniel Langlois, le jury comprenait
M. Jim Campbell (Etats-Unis), Mme Nina Czegledy (Canada), M. Jocelyn Robert
(Canada)) et M. Jean Gagnon, directeur général de la fondation. Les sommes
attribuées vont de 10,000 $ à 45,000 $. Vous trouverez ci-dessous la liste
des récipiendaires. Une description détaillée de chaque projet sera
accessible en ligne sur le site Web de la fondation :
http://www.fondation-langlois.org, en septembre. 


Pour plus d'information : 	JEAN GAGNON, Directeur général
				DOMINIQUE FONTAINE, Agent de programmes
				E : dfontaine {AT} fontaine-langlois.org
				T : (514) 987-7177 

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

LISTE DES RÉCIPIENDAIRES 2003
Programme de bourse de recherche pour artistes ou scientifiques individuels


Ælab (Gisèle Trudel et Stéphane Claude) (Montréal, Québec, Canada)
«DATA»

Philip Beesley et Diane Willow (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
«Reflexive Membranes»

Peter Blasser (Chicago, Illinois, États-Unis)
«The shinth: an inner-surface for circuit benders»

Sandro Canavezzi de Abreu (Salto, Brésil)
«VOID: a stereoendoscopy into a Blackbox»

Chris Csikszentmihályi (Cambridge, Massachusetts, États-Unis)
«Edgy Products»

Jessica Field (Pickering, Ontario, Canada)
«Semiotic Investigation into Cybernetic Behaviour»

Marc Fournel (Montréal, Québec, Canada)
«Tontauben»

Steve Heimbecker (Montréal, Québec, Canada)
«Wind Array Cascade; phase 2b 'Si(g)n(e)»

Giles Lane (Londres, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni)
«Urban Tapestries»

Golan Levin (Brooklyn, New York, États-Unis)
«Messa Di Voce»

Jessica Loseby (Chichester, Royaume-Uni)
«views from the ground floor»

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer (Montréal, Québec, Canada)
«Sustained Coincidence»

r a d i o q u a l i a (Londres, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni)
«Radio Astronomy»

Vishal Rawlley (Bombay, Inde)
«TYPOCITY-2»

Pletts Haque (Usman Haque et Josephine Pletts) (Londres, Angleterre,
Royaume-Uni)
«Sky Ear»

Sha Xin Wei (Atlanta, Georgie, États-Unis)
«Topological Softwear»


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

Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 18:36:24 +0200 (CEST)
From: integer {AT} www.god-emil.dk
Subject: ensemble integrales May 2003 Newsletter




Barbara Lueneburg:


Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

After our successful tours to Tehran/Iran and Ireland earlier this year we
would like to invite you to the concert "Electric Currents" of ensemble Integral
<E9>s at the

Illipse
in Illingen (next to Saarbrucken/ Germany)

We are featuring new chambermusic combined with electronics by Netochka Nezvanov
a (NZ/NL),
Marko Ciciliani (NL,Croatia), Yannis Kyriakidis (NL,UK), Donnacha Dennehy (IR) a
nd 
Burkhard Friedich (D).

The Irish Times wrote about "Electric Currents" in March 2003:
The music is all recent, with the Dennehy, Ciciliani and Nezvanova works
having been completed earlier this year. But for all its stylistic variety, this
 music
is worlds away from both the chilly arrythmia of traditional European modernism
and the easy listening of some later minimilism. The vitality of both playing an
d
writing augurs well for the future of contemporary music. (Dermot Gault) 24.3.03

The concert will be broadcasted live by the Saarlandischer Rundfunk.
http://www.sr-online.de/programm/index.jsp?dir=17&aufklapp=75&akt=351&sonder=0&i
d=101808
&key=standard_5305

Thankyou for your interest, please visit us at http://www.ensemble-integrales.co
m.


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http://www.sr-online.de/programm/index.jsp?dir=17&aufklapp=75&akt=888

20.00   Nachrichten
wie SR 1

20.04   Mouvement - Die Welt der Neuen Musik
FORUM NEUE MUSIK
electric currents - unter strom
Donacha Dennehy: 'glamour sleeper' (2002) f<FC>r Violine, Saxophon, Schlagzeug, 
Klavier und 
Live-Elektronik
Netochka Nezvanova: 'la lumi<E8>re, la lumi<E8>re...c'est la seule...' (2002) f
<FC>r Violine, Klavier, Schlagzeug 
und Live-Elektronik
Yannis Kyriakides: 'chaoids' (2001) f<FC>r Violine, Saxophon, Klavier und Live-E
lektronik
Marko Ciciliani: 'K<F6>rperklang' (2002) f<FC>r Violine, Saxophon, Klavier und L
ive-Elektronik
Burkhard Friedrich: 'no significant change-short cuts' (2002) f<FC>r Violine, Sa
xophon, Schlagzeug und CD
Moderation: Wolfgang Korb
DLRB / SR















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Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 18:31:33 -0400 (EDT)
From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>
Subject: The War Room/The War Ruin  




***The War Room/The War Ruin***

As the stunted attention-span of the mainstream-media loses focus on the
remains of "Battlefield Iraq" we felt a place was needed to retain the
memories and feelings of anyone affected by war(potentially anyone).

We created this webpage of war and ruin for your input.

http://trace.ntu.ac.uk/warroom/


Please:
Your experience of war from home or abroad/ Your experience of ruin from
home or abroad/ Have you participated in a war?/ Have you participated
in the ruin of a country?/ Have you ever killed?/ Have you been
wounded?/ Have you lived in a ruined country?/ Would you be willing to
sacrifice your life for your country?/ Do you believe that someone who
does not support the head of your country is a traitor?/ Is your country
at peace?/Is your country at war?/ Do you believe suicide bombers are
cowards?

Alan Sondheim and Simon Mills, 2003


(With thanks to trAce for hosting)

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