Diane Ludin on 27 Sep 2000 15:50:13 -0000

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[Nettime-bold] "i-drunners: re_flesh the body" thru the Mistresses of Technology:


"i-drunners: re_flesh the body"

Mistresses of Technology:

Diane Ludin_efemera OS
Agnese Trocchi_discordia OS
Francesca Da Rimini_liquid nation OS
Julietta Aranda_videomix & camera generator
Chun Chi Wang_3d generator
Young Song_music generator
Andrea Mayr_ascii generator

Presented at Rhizome OpenMouse™ at FUN.
Thursday, September 28, 2000 10-11 PM
at FUN - 130 Madison Street (under the Manhattan Bridge.)

We will be performing a live mix of our lo-fi avatars: Ephemera,
Discordia, and Liquid Nation. Part of their unfolding drama
belongs to connections we draw together between ourselves
that illustrate a bloated, informatic world drowning in electricity
and telecommunication technologies.

We will generate an environment which straddles 'the real' and 'the
artificial' through text, audio, video and computer generated imagery.
We focus on the ways in which various media/informatic/industrial realms

are dominantly female. We generate 'flesh' with sound, voice, visuals,
skin, stories, dreams, & scenes - rendering alternatives to the
we are barraged with by large industries of advertising and

i-drunners and the mistresses of technology are presented by Franklin
Furnace <http://www.franklinfurnace.org> as part of its series THE
FUTURE OF THE PRESENT 2000, hosted by Parsons School of
Design, Digital Design Department, and the
Netart Initiative <http://netart-init.org>, a loosely
knit, open source based, hub styled, forum oriented, action enabled
consortium, where people meet, virtually and bodily, to communicate,
exchange, and discourse for advancing the understanding of a vitual
art, a networked art and an art that is pervasive and ubquitous in the ]

years to come.

THE FUTURE OF THE PRESENT 2000 is made possible by the faith
and foresight of Jerome Foundation, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the
Visual Arts Inc., the Heathcote Art Foundation, the New York State
on the Arts' Technology Initiative, the National Endowment for the Arts,

a federal agency, and The Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science,
and Technology.

Ongoing web development:


Click http://www.franklinfurnace.org/links03.html
to visit 'This Month's World Wide Events'.

Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc.
45 John Street, #611
New York, NY 10038-3706

Martha Wilson, Founding Director
Michael Katchen, Senior Archivist
Harley Spiller, Administrator
Tiffany Ludwig, Program Coordinator

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