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DUTCH ELECTRONIC ART FESTIVAL - DEAF98 SYMPOSIUM - THE ART OF THE ACCIDENT DATES: Friday 20 November - Saturday 21 November , 1998 TIME: Morning Session:10.00 - 13.00 Afternoon Session: 14.00 - 18.00 LOCATION: Conference Hall, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen Museumpark 20 3015 CX Rotterdam INFORMATION: DEAF98 c/o V2_Organisation P.O.Box 19049, 3001 BA Rotterdam tel: ++31-(0)10-2067275 fax: ++31-(0)10-2067271 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org The DEAF98 Festival explores the productive potentials of rupture, friction, instability and unpredictability. The 'ars accidentalis' embraces malfunction and accidents as inherent to technology and integrates them into the creative process. DEAF98 presents and discusses accidents and their preferred environments in areas like art, sound, architecture, urban planning, economy, and electronic networks. The DEAF98 Symposium is a two-day conference that includes lectures by an international panel of artists, theorists, trans-architects and scientists. It initiates a productive dialogue about unpredictability and control, perception and construction, non-linearity, dynamic environments, and changing concepts of time and space. Social, political, artistic and architectural discourses intersect on this interdisciplinary discussion platform. (Symposium language: English) SPEAKERS: FRIDAY 20 November: - Marcos Novak (USA): architect, writer, one of the first to take a step in cyberspace - Otto E. Roessler (D): scientist, is developing Endophysics as a science of the world as interface - N. Katherine Hayles (USA): historian, has published widely about experiences and the fate of the body in cyberspace - Perry Hoberman (USA): media artist, inventor of playful and accident-happy multi-user media art installations - Greg Lynn (USA): architect, writer of 'Animate Form' and 'Folds, Bodies and Blobs' SATURDAY 21 November: - Lars Spuybroek (NL): architect, building without horizon, where walking and falling are entangled - Knowbotic Research(D/A): artist group who build experimental network interfaces for translocal urban environments - Brian Massumi (AUS): philosopher, translator of Deleuze & Guattari's 'Thousand Plateaus' and theorist of a new topology of events - Steve Mann (CND): artist, walks around with a camera, putting his environment online on the internet - Detlef Linke (D): neurologist, published several texts on ethics, coma, brain death, personality and brain chips MODERATOR: - Bart Lootsma (NL): architectual theorist, historian, writer ______________________________________________ REGISTRATION FORM DEAF98 SYMPOSIUM THE ART OF THE ACCIDENT Please fill out this form and return by mail, fax or e-mail before 10 November, 1998 (forms also available on web-site: www.v2.nl/deaf) Dutch Electronic Art Festival V2_Organisation P.O. Box 19049 3001 BA Rotterdam phone: ++31-(0)10-2067275 fax: ++31-(0)10-2067271 e-mail: email@example.com Name: Title/ Position: Institution: Address: ZIP Code: City: Country: Phone: Fax: E-mail: URL: Signature: Date: Standard Fee Students Fee (please send copy of student pass) 20 November 0 NLG 75 0 NLG 50 21 November 0 NLG 75 0 NLG 50 Both days 0 NLG 125 0 NLG 90 (please tick appropriate boxes) (incl. V.A.T.; NLG 100 is approximately US $ 55) Please transfer the required fee to bank name: Postbank account number: 245 38 96 account holder: Stichting V2_, P.O. Box 19049, 3001 Rotterdam Swift Code: INGBNL2A In the name of DEAF98 Symposium Upon receipt of your registration fee we will send you a confirmation. Registration and cash payment are also possible at the central festival desk at Bonheur, Eendrachtsstraat 81, Rotterdam from November 17 - 19. You can collect your entry ticket and symposium papers at the symposium registration desk at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen on 20 November (Friday) and 21 November (Saturday). PUBLICATION The DEAF98 festival book contains 256 pages of texts, interviews, descriptions and images. It offers a theoretical foundation to the symposium and a synthesizing approach toward practice, criss-crossing between the other intersecting parts of the Dutch Electronic Art Festival. Special pre-order offer for Symposium participants: 0 .......(amount of books) at NLG 45,- (limited edition) Signature: Date: __________________________________________________ DEAF98 is realized in cooperation with V2_Organisation, V2_Lab, V2_Archief, Architecture International Rotterdam, ArchiNed, Archis, MAMA Showroom for Media and Moving Art, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Netherlands Architecture Institute, Nederlands Foto Instituut, Nighttown, Theater Lantaren/Venster International partners: Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe (D), Ars Electronica Center, Linz (A), Hull Time Based Arts, Hull (GB), InterCommunication Center, Tokyo (J), Architecture et Prospective, Brussels (B), Centre for Culture & Communication, Budapest (HU) DEAF98 is supported by: Intergraph Computer Systems, MCM Video, Ophuysen, Ricoh Dealer Rotterdam DEAF98 is made possible by: Canadian Embassy, Goethe Institut Rotterdam, Kunst en Meerwaarde, Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken, Ministerie van Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschappen, Mondriaan Stichting, Prins Bernhard Fonds, Rotterdam Festivals, Rotterdamse Kunststichting, Stimuleringsfonds voor Architectuur, Thuiskopiefonds, Van Eesteren - Fluck & Van Lohuizen Stichting Juno Nimis DEAF98, Dutch Electronic Art Festival Eendrachtsstraat 10 3012 XL Rotterdam Netherlands tel: ++31.10.2067272 fax: ++31.10.2067271 email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.v2.nl/DEAF DEAF98, Dutch Electronic Art Festival 17 - 29 november 1998 -- * Verspreid via nettime-nl. 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