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01 . Frederic Madre            . peu importe
02 . { brad brace }            . UPDATE: The 12hr ISBN-JPEG Project
03 . xleton                    . mazecorp 6/6
04 .               . AUTUMN NEWS FROM WWW.VUK.ORG
05 . Petronella Tenhaaf        . alife art competition
06 .                           . International Rescue Committee
                                 fundraising party
07 .                           . ACTION: Trans-Labrador Highway Threatens
                                 Forests and Innu Pe
08 .                           . allPossibleImages
09 . Simon                     . cdX-rom documenta X
10 . Ellen                     . HOMEBASE98

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Date:  Fri, 20 Nov 1998 13:18:48 +0100
From: Frederic Madre <>
To: Multiple recipients of <>
Subject:  ann! ...  peu importe

ils ont beau écrivailler, s'exalter
réciproquement, faire les enthousiastes,
mettre dans leur parti des femmes et des
petits maîtres, ils ne seront jamais que
d'insolents médiocres.

Je me souviens que mes parents me faisaient répéter 305. C'était le numéro
inscrit sur la timbale de Papa de la guerre de 14 et il nous a dit qu'il
fallait s'en souvenir car ce serait notre signe de reconnaissance si nous
étions séparés, sans nouvelles, perdus, enfermés.

soit en Lot Féminin: sac à main avec accessoires Jean Louis David
soit en lot Maison et Loisirs: un téléphone bibloc avec afficheur ou un
appareil photo ou un sac fourre-tout photo.
soit en lot Cadeau Pour Lui: une malette à outil ou un jeu de fléchettes

all content in english, all intent in french.


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Date:  Sat, 21 Nov 1998 06:58:22 -0800 (PST)
From: { brad brace } <>
To: Multiple recipients of <>
Subject:  ann! ...  UPDATE: The 12hr ISBN-JPEG Project

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                      | |  | | | |  __/  | |/ /_| | | | |
                      |_|  |_| |_|\___|  |_|____|_| |_|_|
           _____  _____ ____  _   _            _ _____  ______ _____
          |_   _|/ ____|  _ \| \ | |          | |  __ \|  ____/ ____|
            | | | (___ | |_) |  \| |______    | | |__) | |__ | |  __
            | |  \___ \|  _ <| . ` |______|   | |  ___/|  __|| | |_ |
           _| |_ ____) | |_) | |\  |     | |__| | |    | |___| |__| |
          |_____|_____/|____/|_| \_|      \____/|_|    |______\_____|

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                       |  ___/ '__/ _ \| |/ _ \/ __| __|
                       | |   | | | (_) | |  __/ (__| |_
                       |_|   |_|  \___/| |\___|\___|\__|
                                      _/ |

> > > > Synopsis: The 12hr-ISBN-JPEG Project began December 30, 1994. A
`round-the-clock posting of sequenced hypermodern imagery from Brad Brace.
The hypermodern minimizes the familiar, the known, the recognizable; it
suspends identity, relations and history. This discourse, far from
determining the locus in which it speaks, is avoiding the ground on which
it could find support. It is trying to operate a decentering that leaves
no privilege to any center.

                       The 12-hour ISBN JPEG Project
                          began December 30, 1994

  Pointless Hypermodern Imagery... posted/mailed every 12 hours... a
spectral, trajective alignment for the 90`s! A continuum of minimalist
masks in the face of catastrophe; conjuring up transformative metaphors
for the everyday... A poetic reversibility of exclusive events...

	A post-rhetorical, continuous, apparently random sequence of
imagery...  genuine gritty, greyscale...  corruptable, compact,
collectable and compelling convergence. The voluptuousness of the grey
imminence: the art of making the other disappear. Continual visual impact;
filled with the density of an invisible knowledge; an optical drumming,
sculpted in duration, on the endless present of the Net.

  An extension of the printed ISBN-Book (0-9690745) series... critically
unassimilable... imagery is gradually acquired, selected and re-sequenced
over time...  ineluctable, vertiginous connections. The 12hr dialtone...

                              [ see ]

KEYWORDS: >> Disconnected, disjunctive, distended, de-centered,
   de-composed, ambiguous, augmented, ambilavent, homogeneous, reckless...
>> Multi-faceted, oblique, obsessive, obscure, obdurate...
>> Promulgated, personal, permeable, prolonged, polymorphous, provocative,
   poetic, plural, perverse, potent, prophetic, pathological, pointless...
>> Emergent, evolving, eccentric, eclectic, egregious, exciting,
   entertaining, evasive, entropic, erotic, entrancing, enduring,

	Every 12 hours, another!...  view them, re-post `em, save `em,
trade `em, print `em, even publish them... The design of the Net assumes
that intellectual property is technically and socially obsolete.

Here`s how:

~ Set www-links to ->
  Look for the 12-hr-icon. Heavy traffic may require you to specify files
  more than once! Anarchie, Fetch, CuteFTP, TurboGopher...
  Or ->

~ Download from ->  /pub/users/bbrace
  Download from ->  /pub/bb/bbrace
  Download from ->  /users/bbrace
  Download from ->   /pub/users/bbrace
  Download from ->  /pub/users/bbrace
  * Remember to set tenex or binary. Get 12hr.jpeg

~ E-mail -> If you only have access to email, then you can use FTPmail to
  do essentially the same thing. Send a message with a body of 'help' to the
  server address nearest you:
  bitftp@plearn.bitnet			bitftp@dearn.bitnet		bitftp@pucc.bitnet
  *					*

~ Mirror-sites requested! Archives too!
  The latest new jpeg will always be named, 12hr.jpeg
  Average size of images is only 45K.
  Perl program to mirror ftp-sites/sub-directories:

~ Postings to usenet newsgroups:

* * Ask your system's news-administrator to carry these groups!
  (There are also usenet image browsers: TIFNY, PluckIt, Picture Agent,
    Extractor97, NewsRover, Binary News Assistant, EasyNews)

~ This interminable, relentless sequence of imagery began in earnest on
December 30, 1994. The basic structure of the project has been over
twenty-four years in the making. While the specific sequence of
photographs has been presently orchestrated for more than 12 years` worth
of 12-hour postings, I will undoubtedly be tempted to tweak the ongoing
publication with additional new interjected imagery. Each 12-hour posting
is like the turning of a page; providing ample time for reflection,
interruption, and assimilation.

~ The sites listed above also contain information on other cultural
projects and sources.

~ A very low-volume, moderated mailing list for announcements and
occasional commentary related to this project has been established. Send
e-mail to: /subscribe 12hr-isbn-jpeg

-- This project has not received government art-subsidies. Some
opportunities still exist for financially assisting the publication of
editions-by-subscription of large (33x46") prints; perhaps (Iris giclees)
inkjet duotones on newsprint! Other supporters receive rare copies of the
first three web-offset printed ISBN-Books.

ISBN is International Standard Book Number. JPEG and GIF are types of
image files. Get the text-file, 'pictures-faq' to learn how to view or
translate these images. [ftp]

credit appreciated, but
no copyright 1995,1996,1997,1998  <>

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Date:  Sun, 22 Nov 1998 09:36:26 +0100
From: xleton <>
To: Multiple recipients of <>
Subject:  ann! ...  mazecorp 6/6

Bxl, le 21/11/98


Après une réactualisation complète du site 'Mazecorp',
voici une autre mise à jour:
Ce site necessite IE4.0 ou Netscape4.0 ou versions superieures, (merci
de votre patience;-). Les personnes ne disposant de ce type de
navigateur ne verront que les images de ces pages. Les textes
accompagnant ces images peuvent vous etre envoyés par courrier, sur
demande a cette adresse: <>.
'Joies de rencontres:
Sonnette du haut,
(un bleu, entr'autres, pépin de soleil !?)'
Si vous ne désirez plus recevoir de mises-à-jour, répondez à ce courrier

en inscrivant 'onion' en tant que sujet de votre courrier.
Pages textes accompagnées de photographies:

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Date:  Sun, 22 Nov 1998 14:48:51 +0100
From: "" <>
To: Multiple recipients of <>
Subject:  ann! ...  good luck


ASCII History of Moving Images
After javascript ascii animations comes the time of videos
converted into moving ascii (as presented Stedelijk and Montreal)

ASCII History of Art for the Blind
Further adventures of our ascii hero, this time in the aural
department (as presented in Linz).

ASCII Music Videos
After the silent ascii film, here comes the music video. Music by
Alexei Shoulgin. All 6 videos included in the newly released Vinyl
Video long play record (as presented in Rotterdam)

Compressed History of Film
Another title in the Histories series - this time offering a full
compression of ALL ever made films (black and white, color, made
for tv or for cinemas).

was fun

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Date: Sat, 21 Nov 1998 12:13:06 -0500 (EST)
From: Petronella Tenhaaf <>
Subject: alife art competition

LIFE 2.0 International Competition

This is a call for submission of art works to an international competition
on "art and artificial life." We are looking for works in electronic and
digital media that cross over with the field of a-life research. Artists
whose work uses digital synthesis techniques and whose conceptual concerns
are related to synthetic life and artificial evolution, are invited to
submit their pieces. The work may employ techniques such as digital
genetics, autonomous robotics, recursive chaotic algorithms, knowbots,
computer viruses, avatars or virtual ecosystems.

An international jury (Jose Luis Brea, Manuel DeLanda, Joe Faith, Rafael
Lozano-Hemmer, Sally Jane Norman and chair Nell Tenhaaf) will grant three
cash awards, with a first prize of US $5,000 (2nd Prize:$3,500 - 3rd
Prize:$1,500), plus seven honorary mentions to the most innovative
electronic art projects related to a-life. Furthermore, works that are
awarded a monetary prize or selected for an honorary mention will be
included in a "Best of LIFE 2.0" video which will be aired on specialty
television programs and circulated at festivals worldwide. Assessment
will be based on video documentation submitted along with an application
The deadline for submission is Friday, January 15, 1999.

The Life 2.0 International Competition is sponsored by the Fundacion Arte
y Tecnologia in Madrid, Spain.

For further submission information and the application form, please see:

For questions concerning eligibility of entries:
Nell Tenhaaf, Artistic Director <>

All other inquiries:
Susie Ramsay <>


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From: "Ivo Skoric" <>
Date: Sat, 21 Nov 1998 12:26:54 +0000
Subject: (Fwd) Mark your calendars! (fwd)


Hi guys,

I hope none of you are already booked for Thursday, December 3rd...

The non-profit organization that I work for, the International Rescue
Committee (IRC), is having their first fundraising party that is being
organized by Denene  and ME!
I am really excited and equally nervous about its success so I have to ask all
of you 'socialites' to please help me by: 1.) attending the event yourselves,
2.) encouraging all of YOUR friends & colleagues to join you, 3.) having a
DAMN good time!!!

Details thus far:

Thursday, 3 December 1998
Triangle Lounge
(Fillmore & Lombard)

Funky "Jazzhopsoul" Music By:
Manifest Yesterday a.k.a The Jam Republic
(they are an awesome dance band!)


Performance  By:
Left Out Lamont
(never saw them but their tape sounded good!!!)

All proceeds to aid newly arriving refugee families from Bosnia and Liberia.

For those of you who don't know, IRC resettles refugees who are unable to
return to their homelands for fear of death and persecution and helps them
rebuild their lives here, in freedom. We provide for their immediate basic
needs such as rent, utilities, food & clothing, and then help them find jobs,
enroll into English language classes & provide them with volunteer assistance
and in-kind donations of furniture and household appliances. All proceeds of
this event will go toward this employment program, the goal of which is to
help these families avoid welfare and become productive and self-sufficient
members of their new community.

Thank you and see you there!

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Date: Thu, 19 Nov 1998 07:15:42 -0800 (PST)
From: { brad brace } <>
Subject: ACTION: Trans-Labrador Highway Threatens Forests and Innu Pe (fwd)

[Please circulate this action alert widely within your organizations and

17 November 1998


The Issue

The Newfoundland government plans to plough 350 kilometers of highway
through a roadless region of southeastern Labrador. This road, the second
phase of Newfoundland's plans for a Trans-Labrador Highway that will
eventually link all of Labrador to the Canadian national highway system, is
being pushed through a weak environmental assessment process over the
objections of the Innu people of Labrador and Quebec. This road is part of
a larger project, which would connect the south shore of Labrador with
Happy Valley-Goose Bay, and would run through the proposed Mealy Mountain
National Park. Instead of doing a proper assessment, the project is being
assessed in a piecemeal fashion to avoid consideration of the full effects
of the larger project. The road will provide access to several isolated
coastal communities, but many people fear that the real motivation for the
road is to give the multinational pulp-and-paper companies
ABITIBI-CONSOLIDATED and KRUGER LTD access to the old-growth forests of
southeastern Labrador.

ACTION IS URGENTLY NEEDED to stop this senseless rush to develop one of the
last roadless areas on the planet. Public comments on this project are
currently being accepted under the Newfoundland Environmental Assessment
Process. The DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING COMMENTS under the Newfoundland
government process is 20 November 1998, but please continue to voice your
concerns even after that date!

The Innu

The Innu, a hunting people closely related to the Cree, have lived in
Nitassinan (Quebec-Labrador) for at least 4000 years. This is a harshly
beautiful and fragile land of incredible diversity: ancient mountains and
river valleys shelter small islands of dense black spruce and balsam fir,
interspersed by lichen woodlands, bogs and barrens. Here, caribou herds
still run their vast ranges, and here, the Innu still practice their
nomadic hunting way of life. Many families still spend their springs and
falls "in the country", hunting caribou and relying on the land for most of
their needs.
In the minds of many, Labrador is the last frontier. For the Innu,
Nitassinan is home. The Innu way of life is inextricably linked to the
land; yet, Nitassinan is under assault. The Churchill Falls hydroelectric
development in the 1970's flooded thousands of kilometers of Innu land,
destroying traditional hunting and burial grounds, and a new hydroelectric
megaproject has been announced on the Churchill River. Inco, a
multi-national mining company, seeks to develop a mineral deposit at
Voisey's Bay into one of the world's richest nickel mines. Ongoing military
low-level flight training by foreign airforces threatens the health and
sanity of humans and animals alike. This has all taken place without the
consent of the Innu, who have never entered into a treaty or otherwise
ceded the rights to the land. In the midst of these developments are
seeking to protect their land and way of life by negotiating a land rights
agreement with the governments of Canada and Newfoundland. Although Canada
has recognized that the Innu have aboriginal rights and title to
Nitassinan, the government fails to respect it. For more than 20 years,
this has forced the Innu to defend their land and their rights on runways
and barricades and in the courts. They need your support!

The Impacts

The construction of this road, which is the second of three phases that
were announced by the Newfoundland government in 1996, will result in a
two-lane, all-weather highway extending from Cartwright to Red Bay, on the
southeast coast of Labrador. The road will intersect 23 undeveloped
watersheds, and cross more than 166 rivers and streams, including some of
the last pristine habitats of the threatened Atlantic salmon. It will
provide access for forestry, mineral exploration and recreational
developments that will have lasting impacts on the people, plants and
animals of the region.

These include:

? Disregard for the land, rights and way of life of the Innu people by
government translates into a feeling of powerlessness and alienation, with
attendant social consequences for Innu communities;
? Fragmentation of wildlife habitat, resulting in barriers to migration and
movement for some species;
? Increased access will result in increased hunting pressure on the already
threatened Mealy Mountain caribou herd, migratory birds, and other species
during construction and operation of the road;
? Loss of preferred camp sites and hunting opportunities for Innu hunters
and their families due to increased competition with construction crews,
road users, resource and recreational developers;
? New access to old-growth forests and pristine rivers for forestry, hydro
and recreational developments undermines ecological integrity and future
development alternatives for the region;
? Road construction and operation results in direct habitat loss,
disruption or disturbance for fish, waterfowl and other species in or
affected by the road corridor. For example, road corridors become
ecological sinks that attract certain species of wildlife (e.g. moose) and
concentrate their movements, resulting in increased moralities due to
vehicle-animal collisions;

The current EIS attempts to address these impacts on the basis of a 2
kilometer wide study area that ignores the regional context of the
development. The narrow corridor and the limited amount of information
about historic resources, wildlife, waterfowl, stream crossings and
affected landscapes provides insufficient information for either good
environmental assessment or good environmental planning. This is a major
deficiency in the EIS, as it provides no information for the consideration
of alternative routes, and inadequate information about the impacts of the
route that was assessed. Other significant deficiencies include:

? inadequate consideration for cumulative effects
? inadequate information about stream crossing methods and potentially
affected fish habitat;
? the complete failure to consider the effects of the highway on the use of
land and resources by Innu people in Quebec, hold issues scoping sessions
in affected Innu communities, or to consider the effect of the project on
land rights negotiations between the Innu and the government;
? inadequate review of the literature and incorporation of existing
scientific and local knowledge about the impacts of roads on wildlife,
northern ecosystems, and remote communities in roadless areas;
? major data gaps in addressing the impacts of the road on archaeological
and historic resources;
? incomplete and inadequate information about plans for monitoring,
mitigation and follow-up programs to address impacts;
? incomplete and inaccurate characterization of the social and economic
benefits of the project using discredited studies and methodologies;
The next phase of the road, which the province hopes to begin in the next
decade, will connect the south coast to Goose Bay and its existing highway
link to the rest of Canada. The route for the final phase of the project
will cut through the heartland of the Innu people, and through the highly
unique and sensitive environment of the Mealy Mountains, an area now being
actively considered as a candidate National Park. Once this highway is
completed, Labrador will be 'open for development', and the Innu will have
irretrievably lost a significant part of their land, heritage and identity.

The Innu Nation believes that the entire Trans-Labrador Highway
project-including the proposed Goose Bay link-must be assessed under a
single, comprehensive environmental assessment process before any
construction begins. The Newfoundland government is now pursing a piecemeal
approach to development which will not permit the assessment of cumulative
environmental impacts.

We believe that the following steps are required:

1. The current environmental impact assessment process being undertaken by
the Newfoundland government must be suspended, as it is proceeding under
inadequate guidelines to review a seriously deficient EIS in the absence of
full consultation with the Innu Nation, Mamit Innuat or the Innu people in
the affected communities of Sheshatshiu, Labrador and St. Augustin, Quebec.
2. There must be a full federal/provincial environmental review of the
Trans-Labrador Highway project in which the Innu of Labrador and Quebec
fully participate in the design of the review process, baseline
environmental impact studies and in the assessment of impacts;
3. The full scope of the development, including future phases of the
project, must be fully assessed in terms of their direct, indirect and
cumulative effects.
4. Even if the full range of impacts and benefits are considered in a
comprehensive environmental assessment, the project should not proceed in
the absence of land rights agreements or without Innu consent.


PLEASE voice your objections to this project, which is being assessed on
the basis of an inadequate and deficient environmental impact statement.
Call on the Newfoundland and Canadian governments to give this project a
proper environmental assessment which assesses the whole project, not just
part of it-and to involve the Innu in decisions that affect their land.
Letters and faxes can be sent to the following:

Hon. Oliver Langdon
Minister of Environment
Province of Newfoundland
PO Box 8700
Confederation Building
St. John's, NF A1B 4J6
Fax: 709/729-0112

Hon. David Anderson
Minister of Fisheries & Oceans
Government Of Canada
Centennial Towers
200 Kent St.
Ottawa, ON K1A 0E6
Fax: (613) 990-7292

Hon. Christine Stewart
Minister of Environment
Government Of Canada
Terraces De La Chaudieres
20th Floor - 10 Wellington St.
Hull, QUE K1A 0H3
Fax: (819) 953-3457

Email correspondence may also be sent to Pat Marrie, the chair of the
Newfoundland environmental assessment committee:

More information about the Trans-Labrador Highway and other threats to Innu
land and Innu rights can be found on the Innu Nation/Mamit Innuat WWW site
The Innu people thank you for your support.


Larry Innes                              Visit the Innu Nation WWW site:
Environmental Advisor                  
Innu Nation
P.O. Box 119, Sheshatshiu, Labrador, Canada A0P 1M0
phone: (709) 497-8398     email:     fax: (709) 497-8396
        ------>   PGP Public Key available on ldap://
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Date: Fri, 20 Nov 1998 19:39:44 -0600
Subject: allPossibleImages


                                       a handmade electronic object
                                          douglas irving repetto

allPossibleImages presents an 8x8 grid of small red lights (LEDs). working
at a rate of about 10 per second, it continuously
cycles through all the images that can be displayed on this grid. the
number of possible images is immense, and it will take far
longer than the life of our solar system to complete a cycle. pull up a
comfortable chair!

in any digital medium (sound, pictures, video), there are a finite number
of distinct events (sounds, images) describeable by a
given device. for instance, a picture taken with a digital camera has a
certain resolution. if some detail in a scene is smaller than
that resolution, it will be lost in the image. all digital devices have a
finite resolution, so there are aspects of 'reality' which, to
them, are indescribable. conversely, there are a finite number of things
which they can describe. while that number is generally
so large as to be of little significance to our perception, it is a hard
and fast number. the digital 'reality' presented by digital
devices is, in reality, a small subset of our existence.

for any particular digital display, there is a finite number of images that
can be shown. it is possible to see all of those images
just by moving through them one at a time. that is what allPossibleImages
does. if you watch it long enough, it will print
your name. it will show you a picture of your dog. it sends you messages
from the great beyond. anything that you can draw in
black and white on an 8x8 grid (think graph paper) will eventually appear.

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Subject: cdX-rom documenta X
Date: Lun, 16 Nov 98 14:50:29 +0100
From: Simon <>

Dear friends,

After a long time, and a long effort, it¼s a great pleasure for me to
announce the release of the cdx-rom from documenta X ! It¼s the backup copy
of the site  It wasn¼t done without difficulty, but what
a success !

For your collaboration to documenta X and the website, we wish to send you
a copy, but to do so we need your post address, so please reply giving the
necessary indications.

The cdx-rom was produced at a limited edition of 500, if you wish more than
one, please order them to the library Walther K–nig in K–ln or to the
documenta in Kassel.


Simon LamuniËre

Now in
Centre pour l'Image Contemporaine
(saint-gervais, genËve)

Anticipation Version 4
11 Nov 98 - 20 Dec 1998
curator: Simon LamuniËre

Thomas Bayrle (D), Mariko Mori (J), Rachel Baker (GB), Sulpiz BoisserÈe (D)
& JoÎl Mutzenberg (CH), Matt Mullican (USA), Heath Bunting (GB), Serge
Comte (F), Holger Friese (D), Renee Green (USA), Elena Montesinos (CH),
Pierre Joseph (F), Jeffrey Shaw (AUS), Teresa Hubbard (GB) & Alexander
Birchler (CH), Peter Kogler (A), Heimo Zobernig (A), George Legrady (H),
JÈrÙme Leuba (CH)

Blade Runner, Michael Jakob, Brazil, Alex Iordachescu, Georges AboujaoudÈ,
Terminator 2, Benjamin Weil, L¼armÈe des 12 singes, Nikola Jankovic,
Michael Klier, Playtime, Samira Gloor-Fadel, Stalker, La JetÈe, Le couple
tÈmoin, Ghost in the Shell,

Bill Viola, Doug Aitken, Dara Birnbaum, Brian Eno, Max Almy, William
Forsythe, Kristin Lukas, Muntadas, Dan Graham, Absalon, Les Levine, +

New design of www  by Holger Friese (Berlin)
Heath Bunting & Nathalie Jeremijenko       Biotech Hobbyist Magazine
Rachel Baker      Cramley Election:  17 Nov.1998.
cdX-rom, backup version of documenta and projects

artist videos from 3 major european collections: Centre Georges Pompidou,
Paris, Centre pour l¼image contemporaine, GenËve, Museum Ludwig, K–ln

Version Box Upgrade 4.0, Editions by Thomas Bayrle, Heath Bunting, Ben
Kinmont, Peter Kogler, Miltos Manetas, Matt Mullican, Philippe Parreno

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Subject: HOMEBASE98
Date: Wed, 18 Nov 98 22:37:24 +0100
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