david sinden on 20 Oct 2000 13:01:22 -0000

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[Nettime-bold] The Frequency Clock ...Lux DNet [n]

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The Frequency Clock...
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19 - 21 October 2000
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As part of the film and video event, Dnet <http://www.lux.org.uk> in 
London 19 - 21 October, the Lux Centre and r a d i o q u a l i a are 
programming net.video on the Lux gallery's windows.

net.video will be exploded into projected video, as the r a d i o q u 
a l i a timetabling mechanism, 'The Frequency Clock' enables the 
automated programming of online videos on-site in London.

Times and Dates
19- 21 October
2230 - 0100 CET
2130 - 2400 GMT

Onsite: Hoxton Square, London, UK
Online: http://www.lux.org.uk/frequencyclock

The programme is primarily comprised of works featured in Dnet, and 
selections from the Lux Centre's Film and Video Collection.  Works by 
British artists Simon Pummell, Tim Macmillen, Michael Maziere, Oliver 
Harrison, John Parry, Devlin Crow and many others, will be featured 
in this special programme.

Users of the internet can also contribute to the programme by 
contacting the organisers. For instructions on how to participate in 
this collaboratively programmed street projection experience, email: 
<fc@lux.org.uk>.  Internet producers can put their Real Video files 
directly on to the streets of London through the specially developed 
Lux Frequency Clock website: <http://www.mymediaschedule.com/lux>
If you have a documentary, a home movie, an online artwork, or 
anything else which moves and is saved as an .rm file, then this is 
your opportunity to have it screened on the gallery windows of the 
Lux Centre.

r a d i o q u a l i a have also developed a customised player, The 
Lux Player, which will play the specially developed Dnet programme 
for internet users.  Internet audiences can view the Dnet programme 
as it happens on-site,from the internet.  The Lux Player is 
downloadable from: 
<http://www.lux.org.uk/frequencyclock/luxplayer.zip>  The Player can 
be downloaded and installed for PCs running Windows.

For more information about Dnet, visit <http://www.lux.org.uk>.
For more information about the Frequency Clock, visit 

Many thanks to the Arts Council of England for their generous support 
of the DNet Frequency Clock manifestation.

[ sincere apologies for those who receive this message more than once ]

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