Paul D. Miller on Sat, 27 May 2000 21:06:10 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime> Detroit Electronic Music Festival Today!

Hello all, I'm just writing to say that electronic arts and theory culture
doesn't just mean using the net, but dealing with different forms of
cultural networks as well. Could it be a critique of Bakhtin's notion of
carnival culture in a post-industrial context? Could it be a new form of
cybernetic cultural production? If anyone on the list is around the
Detroit area this weekend I just wanted to extend an invitation to you to
come by the Detroit Electronic Music Festival. They're expecting several
hundred thousand people and considering the fact that it's curated by some
of the most dynamic minds in American and international electronic music,
I think that it's a "live time" scenario of some of the issues that I see
popping up on the list. There's a truly diverse roster of folks
participating, and it's FREE. If anyone on the list is into more dynamic
forms of electronic culture than just sending e-mail back and forth, I
think you'd be into the scenario: 

there's more info at: 


Paul D. Miller a.k.a. Dj Spooky that Subliminal Kid

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