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1...Graziella Tomasi......update
2...?.....................preview 
3...CyberSalon............MA in Hypermedia Studies degree show 8/10/98
4...transmediale..........transmediale 99 - call for entries
5...Scott deLahunta.......JOURNAL ANNOUNCEMENT
6...art.image graz........In (Between) the Images
7...Hugo Heyrman..........OPENING NEW ART GALLERY


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Date: Fri, 11 Sep 1998 22:12:39 +0200
From: Graziella Tomasi <graziella {AT} luna.nl>
Subject: update


The I.I.N. Office is updated:  Check now!

http://www.v2.nl/projects/vr/graziella

If you're  still not a member, you can do it now. 

NEW:

- There is  a possibilty to  exchange identity in real life.
- You can become a identity-donor after death. Ask for the
donor-codicil.

more info?

graziella {AT} luna.nl


p.s: my excuse at those who recieve this email twice.
-- 

Artist / co-
Office   location:
Graziella Tomasi

http://www.survival-art.org/
http://home.luna.nl/~graziella
http://www.mediaport.org/~online_onsite/rdam/tomasi/index.html
http://www.SdB4.nl/a/frames/graziella-frm.htm


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Date: Sat, 12 Sep 1998 18:16:05 +0200 (MET DST)
From: ? <someone {AT} hell.com>
Subject: preview



special

featured member's site

snarg

see
http://hell.com/0/1/MSITES.html


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Date: Tue, 15 Sep 1998 13:04:21 +0000
Subject: MA in Hypermedia Studies degree show 8/10/98
From: CyberSalon Announce <cs-announce {AT} hrc.westminster.ac.uk>

Hypermedia Research Centre presents:

*1998 Degree show*

MA in Hypermedia Studies

Thursday 8th October

6.30pm to 10.30pm

The Tabernacle
Powis Square
LONDON W11 2AY

sponsored by Beck's Beer and iXL 

Admission by ticket only (see below)

*After-Party*

10.00pm to 2.00am

The Globe
Talbot Road
(south side of Powis Square)

DJs: Wildlife Display Team + MA students

£2 door tax with degree show ticket


If you would like tickets for this event, please email your surface
address to: 

hrc {AT} hrc.wmin.ac.uk

or sent it by post to:

Hypermedia Research Centre
School of Design & Media
University of Westminster
Watford Road
Northwick Park
Harrow HA1 3TP
ENGLAND



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Date: Tue, 15 Sep 1998 18:48:32 +0200
From: "transmediale" <info {AT} transmediale.de>
Subject: transmediale 99 - call for entries


call for entries

transmediale 99 will take place in February 1999. The deadlines for
entries
are

installations and performances: October 3, 1998
video, computer animations, multimedia, TV: November 6, 1998

You may find all the necessary information and entry form on our website:

www.transmediale.de

transmediale 99 
international media art festival berlin
Klosterstr. 68-70
10179 Berlin    
Germany
        February 12 - 21, 1999
        http://www.transmediale.de
        Fon *49 30 2472 1907
        Fax *49 30 2472 1909

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Date: Wed, 16 Sep 1998 07:55:38 +0200
From: Scott deLahunta <sdela {AT} ahk.nl>
Subject: JOURNAL ANNOUNCEMENT

ANNOUNCEMENT

'PERFORMANCE RESEARCH' - VOL 4/ISSUE 2 - 'ON LINE'

We are currently inviting proposals to be considered for our forthcoming
'On Line' issue, co-edited by Ric Allsopp and Scott deLahunta, which will
be published September 1999.  The theme for 'On Line' will be as follows:

Emerging digital media, information and communications technologies are
changing the ways in which we understand and experience time and space,
place and body.  These developments challenge us to redefine existing
strategies and forms of performance, and create fresh approaches, and
alternative environments for performance making and composition. 'On Line'
wishes to explore these changing conditions as they relate to performance
practice and discourse.  The co-editors invite materials from individuals
and groups involved in exploring territories where emerging technologies
and performance overlap and intersect as well as excavations of the
histories of performance and technology.

In addition to proposals for the hard copy issue we would like to
encourage
the submission of digital multimedia material for possible inclusion in a
CD-Rom to accompany the issue.

*Proposals for any new or unpublished material for consideration for
inclusion in the issue should be sent to*:

Clancy Pegg (Administrator) at post {AT} perfres.demon.co.uk by the deadline
date of 1ST OCTOBER 1998.

'PERFORMANCE RESEARCH' - GENERAL INFORMATION

'Performance Research' is a peer reviewed performing arts journal
published
three times a year.  It is international in scope with an emphasis on
contemporary European performance.  The journal aims to promote a
cross-disciplinary exchange of ideas and stimulate discourses surrounding
established, experimental, speculative and prospective performance work.
Each issue combines thematic and general content from the current field of
performance research and practice.

Format (flexible): 128pp; illustrated; typically 3 - 4 articles (c6000
words) and several shorter articles (c2000) words; interviews and profiles
of contemporary artists plus photographic/graphic material, artists'
documentation and 'prepared' artists pages; performance, book and archive
reviews.  The emphasis of the journal is on reflective in-depth articles
and reviews; and on original work for the page.  We very rarely publish
essays of over 6000 words; the usual length is between 2000 - 4000.

Please note that proposed submissions do not necessarily have to relate to
issue themes.  We actively welcome submission on any area of performance
research, practice and scholarship.

Proposals and files will be accepted on hard copy, disk or by e-mail file
attachment.  'Performance Research' uses MAC hardware with Word v5.1 and
Claris Works v4.0 software.  Please save and send files (disk or
attachment) in compatible formats.  If in doubt please contact us.  Please
ask for further guidelines on graphic/illustration formats.  All materials
should be sent directly to our Administrator Clancy Pegg at the following
address:

Performance Research
c/o Chapter Arts Centre
Market Road
Cardiff CF5 1QE
UK

e-mail: post {AT} perfres.demon.co.uk

Submission of an article to the journal will be taken to imply that it
presents original, unpublished work not under consideration for
publication elsewhere.  By submitting a manuscript, the authors agree that
the
exclusive rights to reproduce and distribute the article have been given
to the publishers.


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Date: Mon, 21 Sep 1998 17:01:16 +0200
From: "art.image graz" <art.image {AT} thing.at>
Subject: In (Between) the Images

IN (BETWEEN) THE IMAGES
Moving Images in Their External And Internal Expansion
Graz, 4. bis 6. Dezember 1998

ALEX ADRIAANSENS, V_2, Rotterdam, STUDIO AZZURRO (I), PIERRE BONGIOVANNI,
Centre International de Cr=E9ation Vid=E9o, Montb=E9lliard, BARBARA
BORCIC, =
Soros
Center, Ljubljana, JANET CARDIFF (CAN), SHU LEA CHEANG (USA), CHRIS
DERCON,
Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, TIMOTHY DRUCKREY (USA), KEN
FEINGOLD (USA), RUDOLF FRIELING, Zentrum f=FCr Medienkunst, Karlsruhe,
PERRY
HOBERMAN (USA), PIERRE HUYGHES (F), ANDR=C9 ITEN, Saint Gervais Geneve,
MARGARETE JAHRMAN, O.K Centrum f=FCr Gegenwartskunst, Linz, DAVID LARCHER
(GB), MALCOLM LEGRICE (GB), DIANA MCCARTY, Intermedia Department, Akademie
der bildenden K=FCnste, Budapest, SIMON PENNY (AUS), NICOLAUS
SCHAFFHAUSEN,
Frankfurter Kunstverein, BILL SEAMAN (USA) and MIKE STUBBS, Hull Time
Based
Arts, Hull.

At present, it is not only in the fields of film/media/art that the
concept
of the image is at the centre of numerous debates, but it also
increasingly
appears to be a focal point of analyses which reflect society as a whole.
The re-definition of the concept of the image in connection with
technological developments in image production, manipulation and
presentation have undoubtedly enhanced this "explosion" of figurativeness.
The international conference "In (Between) the Images" is explicitly
focussed on central paradigms of the contemporary, apparently more and
more
hybrid production of moving images - both analogue and electronic/digital
images -: not in the sense of a technology-oriented discourse, however,
but
also with regard to new types of (also social) dispositives as are
produced
by such image formations.

The phenomenon of the (internal and external) disclosure of image spaces,
which can be traced in many pieces of artistic works, as well as the
multiplying of perspectives and the increasingly experimental relation to
the spectators will be explored from various main perspectives which will
deal with both theoretical bases and, primarily, aspects of spatiality and
perception, i.e. an appropriation of bodies and spaces by images:

What kinds of images are these, what kinds of interpretations and spaces
of
perception do the various forms of screens and image spaces refer to? What
new type of "aesthetics of behaviour" is depicted by these new image
spaces? How to define those - conceptual, fictitious - image spaces which
appropriate media-based moving images, turning the spectator into a
"spect-actor"? Do these complex levels of images - layered against and
towards each other - still aim at the production of meaning, do they tell
stories? What are the consequences of all this for production and
mediation?

In theoretic lectures and debates, in the presentation of current projects
and in the thematisation of the aspects of production and mediation, these
questions will, among others, be the main focus of the conference. Thus,
"In (Between) the Images" aims at the eminent modification of interpreting
procedures and perception spaces - a modification which turns images and
spaces into fluctuating constallations where the border between images and
spaces can no longer be defined as a surface and where image and spectator
do not seem to be in any hierarchical relation but rather to revolve
around
each other.

INFO:=20
[ art.image ]
Hallerschlo=DFstra=DFe 21, A-8010 Graz
Tel.: ++43 316/ 356155, Fax: ++43 316/ 356156
e-mail: art.image {AT} thing.at
http://www.thing.at/art.image

[ art.image ] is a member of the European Coordination of Film Festivals
and of the coordination office of Transeuropean Network of
Architecture-Related Institutions (TENART).


- art.image -

Hallerschlossstrasse 21
A-8010 Graz
tel. +43-316-356155
fax  +43-316-566156
http://www.thing.at/art.image

PLEASE NOTE OUR NEW E-MAIL ADDRESS: art.image {AT} thing.at

UPCOMING:
In (Between) the Images conference
Graz, Dec 4 - 6, 1998 -


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Date: Tue, 22 Sep 1998 07:37:07 +0200
From: Hugo Heyrman <hugohey {AT} village.uunet.be>
Subject: OPENING NEW ART GALLERY


P R E S S  R E L E A S E
C O M M U N I Q U E  D E  P R E S S E
P E R S B E R I C H T

DR. HUGO'S FUZZY DREAMZ / PAINTINGS / NET.ART 
LES RæVES FLOUS DU DR. HUGO / PEINTURES / NET.ART
VAGE DROMEN VAN DR. HUGO / SCHILDERIJEN / NET.ART

(ENG)
How contemporary figurative art and the new media (the Internet) can be
affected by each other in a unique way, is shown in the exhibition: Fuzzy
Dreamz of Dr. Hugo. In a short overview -paintings since 1966 up to 1998-
you can experience his pictorial adventure: from realism to hyperfiction
and from modernism beyond postmodernism (post-ego). The main themes are
visuality, memory and dream.

(FR)
DŽcouvrons sous quel mode la peinture figurative contemporaine et les
nouveaux mŽdias (comme Internet) s'influencent mutuellement et de faon
unique, grƒce ˆ l'exposition: "Les Rˆves Flous du Dr. Hugo". A travers un
court aperu qui comprend des peintures de 1966 ˆ 1998, on dŽcouvrira une
aventure picturale qui va du rŽalisme jusqu'ˆ l'hyperfiction et du
modernisme jusqu'au-dela du postmodernisme (post-ego). Les thmes
principaux sont: visualitŽ, mŽmoire et rˆve.

(ND)
Hoe de hedendaagse figuratieve schilderkunst en de nieuwe media (het
Internet) elkaar op unieke wijze be•nvloeden, is te zien op de
tentoonstelling: Vage Dromen van Dr. Hugo. In een kort overzicht - met
schilderijen vanaf 1966 tot 1998 - kun je het beeldend avontuur van
realisme tot hyperfictie en van modernisme tot voorbij postmodernisme
(post-ego), ervaren. De hoofdthema's zijn visualiteit, herinnering en
droom. 


BIODATA

Hugo Heyrman, born on December 20, 1942, in Zwijndrecht, Belgium, lives
and works in Antwerp. He is a painter and new-media artist, also a
professor (multimedia lab), at the Higher Institute for Fine Arts -
Flanders (HIFA), in Antwerp. Since 1996 he has been a working member of
the Royal Academy for Sciences, Literature and Fine Arts of Belgium in
Brussels.

Initially, Heyrman opted for a musical education, but transferred to the
visual arts. 
He graduated from the Royal Academy and was a laureate at the National
Higher Institute for Fine Arts in Antwerp. In addition he studied nuclear
physics during one year at the State Higher Institute for Nuclear Energy
in Mol, Belgium. He received a doctoral degree for his thesis on Art &
Computers: an Exploratory Investigation on the Digital Transformation of
Art, at the Universidad de La Laguna in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain.
During the 60's, Heyrman profiled himself as an avant-garde artist; he
made the first Happenings and experiments with video in Belgium. In 1974
he was a laureate of the Jeune Peinture Belge for his Street Life Cycle at
the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels. 
He then concentrates on perception and memory itself and continues to
explore the possibilities of painting in cycles titled Water, Light, and
Time. In 1988 he participated in the First International Symposium on
Electronic Art (FISEA), Utrecht, The Netherlands. 
An Internet pioneer since 1995, he took part as Dr. Hugo in various global
events, websites and CD-ROM projects. His works have been included in
major international exhibitions ranging from Antwerp, Brussels, Basel,
Barcelona and Chicago to the Biennale of Venice.
Currently, Dr. Hugo is working on a cycle of paintings and on a
(hyperfiction) website,
Fuzzy Dreamz,  http://www.hisk.edu/biodoc/dreamz/index.html
His work has been characterised as an exploration of synaesthetic
experiences. 

* A catalogue, introduction by J.F. Buyck, has been edited to cover the
exhibition.
* Cette exposition est accompagnŽe d'un catalogue prŽfacŽ par J.F. Buyck.
* Bij de tentoonstelling verschijnt een catalogus: introduction by J.F.
Buyck

MINETA MOVE ART GALLERY
Minimenstraat 32 rue des Minimes
Brussel 1000 Bruxelles  T./F. 02/512 27 26

EXHIBITION: October 4th - November 28th 1998
Opening: Sunday 4th October from 3 to 5 PM
Wednesday through Saturday from 1 to 6 PM

EXPOSITION: du 4 octobre au 28 novembre 1998
Vernissage: dimanche 4 octobre de 15h ˆ 17h
Heures d'ouverture: du mercredi au samedi de 13h ˆ 18h 

TENTOONSTELLING: 4 Oktober - 28 November 1998
Opening: zondag 4 oktober van 15 tot 17 uur
Open van woensdag tot zaterdag van 13 tot 18 uur
 
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