linda carroli on Mon, 11 Nov 2002 00:53:02 +0100 (CET)
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[Nettime-bold] fAf Nov02: fAf's fabulous 15 years on CD
fAf's fabulous 15 years on CD
fineArt forum = art + technology netnews
fAf_15: 15th ANNIVERSARY CDROM
This month marks the completion of one of faf biggest anniversary
events - the release of faf_15, presenting a record of our 15 year
history in the field of art, science and technology communications. You
will find exclusively on faf_15:
:: the travelling screening program, ‘fineArt in Motion’ showcasing 14
works from young and emerging artists from around the world;
:: specially collated features on fAf’s fabulous 15 years; and
:: indepth discussions about all things fAf with past and present
editors, Ray Lauzzana, Roger Malina, Annick Buread, Judy Malloy, Paul
Brown, Nisar Keshvani and Linda Carroli.
The CD will prove to be a valuable resource for researchers, artists,
writers and activists in the new media, science and technology fields
together with broadening the audience of faf into worldwide areas of
where low speed connections are predominant. More specifically, we
plan to distribute the cdrom to screen resource centres, arts and artist
groups, new media events and libraries worldwide to enhance access in
those hard to reach areas. To obtain a copy, email fAf at
email@example.com with your name and postal address. Don't forget,
fAf_15 is free. More information can be found online.
IN THIS MONTH'S ISSUE
As usual faf is packed with events, opportunities and news about what's going on in the world of art, science and technology but you will want also to check out the following reviews:
:: Estelle Yaw reports on Collaboration, Networking and Resource-Sharing held in Myanmar;
:: Fatima Lasay provides the lowdown on DMF2002 in Manila;
:: Paul Brown reviews Sol LeWitt: Incomplete Open Cubes edited by Nicholas Baume;
:: YJ Tan takes a look at Animated Film from Germany;
:: Agricola de Cologne discusses the Violence Online Festival;
:: Typeslowly, a text-art event recently held in Brisbane is reviewed; and
:: Kosmopolis, a festival of world literature in Barcelona next month is previewed.
'FINEART IN MOTION' CONTINUES TO TRAVEL THE WORLD
Since 25 Oct 2002, the fineArt forum (fAf) 15th Anniversary Travelling Screening Program, 'fineArt in motion' is showcased on Singapore One, Singapore's premier broadband network. Each week, three directors and their work will be showcased, putting Singapore on the global multimedia map. fAf's 15th Anniversary Screening Program, a special project curated by Nisar Keshvani features 14 works by young and emerging artists from around the world. It premiered at MAAP01 (Australia) and the Manila Digital Media Festival last year. This year, it has travelled to over 10 locations in Asia, Australia, Latin America and Europe.
fineArt in Motion: http://www.fineartforum.org/screen
Singapore One: http://s-one.net.sg/faf2002
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