Ian Andrews on Fri, 28 Nov 1997 16:06:14 +0100 (MET)

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> kids,
> just got the isea 98 call for abstracts.  Its worth checking out if you
> need a good laugh.
> eg. "each element of isea98 will be formed and tempered in relation to an
> interrogative template of ten questions:
> 1. are we witnessing or making a revolution?
> 2. is there a digital aesthetic?
> 3. is electronic art revolutionising the terms 'artist' and 'audience'?
> 4. do new technologies revolutionise bodies?
> 5. is electronic media a democtratising, revolutionary or colonial force?
> 6. are we engineeering the future or is the future engineering us?
> 7. do subjectivities revolutionise new technologies or vice versa?
> 8. are there revolutionary electronic ethics?
> 9. how do we revolutionise materials and metaphors?
> 10. have notions of 'public' and 'private' been revolutionised by the
> shift from mass-audience media to domestic leisure?"
> 11. how many times can the word revolution/ise/ary appear in an isea
> document?
> Please comment on any of the above (if you can be bothered).
> e.
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