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   5th annual Subtle Technologies Conference                                       
     Jim Ruxton <>                                               

   New Media Forum IV : "Skin: Engineering the Body..."                            
     Randall Packer <>                                             

   GENERATOR - 1 May - 22 June 2002 - Spacex Gallery, Exeter                                                                           

   <di>fusion live                                                                 
     John Hopkins <>                                                 

   April 27: Right2Fight                                                           
     Trebor Scholz <>                                      

   subREAL' latest                                                                                                                             

   SATURDAY Broad Cast                                                             
     "msdm" <>                                                       

   \ \  neue kraFt                                                                                                                      

   De Appel (Amsterdam): CINEMA SOUNDS SYNERGY                                     
     "geert lovink" <>                                                

   artist presentation this monday night!                                          
     Chuck Varga <>                                            

   Videopraesentationen / video presentations "This is  what demo
     Oliver Ressler <>                                       

   Dj Spooky Playlist April/May '02                                                
     "Paul D. Miller" <>                                        

   [cybersalon] 2 sound + music events                                             
     "cybersalonuk" <> (by way of richard barbrook)          

     Gena Gbenga <>                                                  


Date: Sun, 21 Apr 2002 00:10:36 -0400
From: Jim Ruxton <>
Subject: 5th annual Subtle Technologies Conference

Hi , I thought some of you might be interested in attending next month's 
Subtle Technologies Conference in Toronto. If anyone has any specific 
questions please feel free to contact me directly.  Hope to see you 
there. Sorry for any crossposting.



Blurring the Boundaries Between Art and science

*MAY 9-12 2002    Innis Townhall    2 Sussex Ave. Toronto Canada*

*We are pleased to announce the program*

*for Subtle Technologies 2002, now available at  *


In its 5th year, Subtle Technologies is a

multidisciplinary festival where artists and scientists

come together to discuss, demonstrate and

exhibit their work.

Topics include dance, neurology, genetics, music,

quantum physics, cultural theory, biological model based animation, and 

This year, we are pleased to present:

*Lectures featuring keynote speaker Erik Davis*,

Todd Barton, Richard Brown, Joe Davis,

Alan Dunning, Ivar Hagendoorn, Heath Hanlin,

Don Hill, Amy Ione, Stephen Morris, Josef Peninger,

Susie Ramsay, Mark Rudolph, Diana Slattery,

Aephraim Steinberg, Brett Terry, Lisa Walker, Andrea Wollensak.

*Film, video and web screenings* focusing on the

traditional cultural roots of contemporary science and technology.

*Interactive installation,* presented in partnership with

InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre,

featuring Richard Brown, Paul Woodrow and

Alan Dunning.

*Demonstrations and discussion of interactive performance*

featuring Diana Burgoyne, Axel Morgenthaler,

and Jocelyne Montpetit.  

*For more information,*

*please visit*_**_


*May 9-12 2002*

Innis Townhall

2 Sussex Ave, U of T Campus

Toronto Canada


Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2002 09:29:25 -0400
From: Randall Packer <>
Subject: New Media Forum IV : "Skin: Engineering the Body..."

New Media Forum IV
Presented by the Maryland Institute College of Art
and the Center for New Media

Monday, April 29, 2002, 7:00 PM (admission free)
Mount Royal Station Auditorium (S3)
Mount Royal Ave. & Cathedral Street in Baltimore
Reception will follow

"Skin: Engineering the Body, Art/Design/Media"
Moderated by Ellen Lupton
with panelists Anthony Aziz, Annet Couwenberg, and Claudia Matzko.

During the 1990s, human understanding of nature was transformed by 
profound events in science and technology, from the production of 
genetically altered species and the cloning of a sheep to the mapping 
of the human genome. This panel will explore how contemporary artists 
have responded to the radical, sometimes alarming, transformation of 
nature by using tools and ideas from medicine, biology, design, and 
digital media. Their work envisions objects, garments, and spaces 
where natural and artificial life converge. The human organism is 
revealed as an open system, sustained by countless networks 
delivering goods, services, and information.

Ellen Lupton is curator of "Skin: Surface and Substance in 
Contemporary Design" at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in 
New York City, from May 7 to September 15, 2002; Annet Couwenberg is 
a fiber artist and MICA Fiber Department Chair; Anthony Aziz (Aziz + 
Cucher) has been exhibiting digital photography projects and 
sculpture since 1991; Claudia Matzko is an experimental artist and 
foundation and general sculpture studies faculty member at MICA.


New Media Forum is a series of panel discussions presented by the 
Center for New Media of the Maryland Institute College of Art. The 
2001-2002 series is moderated by MICA faculty to include guest 
artists, engineers, designers, and scholars from the Baltimore area 
and beyond. The Forum focuses on critical perspectives that attempt 
to make sense of the changing cultural phenomena resulting from the 
emergence of new technologies.

For more information:

Center for New Media

"Skin: Surface, Substance, and Design," Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt 
National Design Museum

MICA Office of Communications


Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2002 18:15 +0100
Subject: GENERATOR - 1 May - 22 June 2002 - Spacex Gallery, Exeter

1 May - 22 June 2002

Organised by SPACEX and STAR, with support from the
Institute of Digital Art & Technology and the National
Touring Programme of the Arts Council of England

  "I intend to incorporate with one department of my
  labours a complete reduction to a system, of the
  principles and methods of 'discovery'"
  (Ada Lovelace, 1844)

Mark Bowden / Stuart Brisley / Angus Fairhurst / Alec
Finlay / Tim Head / Jeff Instone / Zoë Irvine / Sol LeWitt
/ limbomedia / Alex McLean / Guy Moreton / Netochka
Nezvanova / Yoko Ono / Organogenesis Inc / Jon Pettigrew /
Colin Sackett / Cornelia Sollfrank / STAR & monkeys from
Paignton Zoo / Joanna Walsh / Adrian Ward ...

GENERATOR presents a series of 'self-generating' projects,
incorporating digital media, instruction and participation
pieces, drawing machines, experimental literature and music
technologies. All work is produced 'live', in real-time,
with some elements continuing indefinitely. The exhibition
can also be described as 'generative' in that it will
develop and expand over time, by acting as a point of
connection for different generative practices across the
disciplines, highlighting the relationship of visual arts
to other traditions, especially sound and text-based work,
performance, and issues relating to chaos theory, complex
systems, and artificial life.

Generative art is a term generally given to work that is
automated by the use of a machine or computer, or by using
mathematic or pragmatic instructions to define the rules by
which the artwork is executed. After the initial parameters
have been set by an artist/programmer the process of
production is unsupervised, and, as such, 'self-organising'
and 'time-based'. Work literally 'grows' autonomously,
according to the innate properties of the chosen technology
or the particular circumstances in which the instructions
are carried out. The outcome of this process of
'complexity' is thus unpredictable, and could be described
as being integral to the 'nature' of that technology, or
situation, rather than simply the product of individual
human agency or authorship.

Thus GENERATOR places an emphasis on the productive
apparatus and processes, unfolding in real-time, rather
than end products or the dead-end commodity form of art.
The exhibition title refers to the term 'generator' itself,
describing the person, operating system or thing that
generates. Commissioned artists include emerging computer
artist-programmers as well as more established figures from
the conceptual art tradition, all of who work with
generative ideas.

More information is available at

Generator is a SPACEX touring exhibition, organised in
collaboration with STAR, and with support from the
Institute of Digital Art & Technology and the National
Touring Programme of the Arts Council of England. The
exhibition at SPACEX is sponsored by Habitat (Exeter),
Hotel Barcelona and Sky Rock Communications. SPACEX
receives financial assistance from South West Arts, Exeter
City Council and Devon County Council.

For further information please contact Spacex +44 (0)1392
431786, or email


Spacex Gallery
45 Preston Street
Exeter EX1 1DF, UK
Tel: +44 (0)1392 431786
Fax: +44 (0)1392 213786

10am - 5pm, Tuesday - Saturday
Admission free


Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2002 12:10:53 -0600
From: John Hopkins <>
Subject: <di>fusion live

the time has almost arrived: welcome to <di>fusion!

09:00 26.April - 09:00 27.April.2002 (GMT-6) Boulder
11:00 26.April - 11:00 27.April.2002 (GMT-4) New York
16:00 26.April - 16:00 27.April.2002 (GMT+1) London
18:00 26.April - 18:00 27.April.2002 (GMT+3) Helsinki
20:30 26.April - 20:30 27.April.2002 (GMT+5:30) New Delhi
01:00 27.April - 01:00 28.April.2002 (GMT+10) Sydney

live location:
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Engineering Center (Room ECEE 1B08)
University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, USA

audio/video stream:

<di>fusion is a live & online open-platform happening for creative 
expression and action. The happening will simultaneously occupy 
global network spaces and a local physical space with collaborative 
performance, sound, music, DJ/VJ, and video events. We will be 
streaming audio and video during the entire 24 hours as well as 
hosting a variety of local and remote activities. Several global 
locations will be networked with us as well.

the web site details the ways you can connect with us live.  join us!

IRC server/channel (newnet): #<di>fusion (,,,
Habbo Hotel room:  <di>fusion pad
iVisit room: Education / Universities / More Rooms / di-fusion

<di>fusion: launched by the TECHNE practice-based research initiative 
at the University of Colorado at Boulder, USA, and is brought to you 
by the students in the FINE-4126 Advanced Digital Art course in 
collaboration with their teacher, visiting artist, John Hopkins. 
TECHNE is located at

<di>fusion: deployed as the 4th neoscenes occupation project and 
designed to bring together people, networks, learning, and creative 
action. for info contact neoscenes at <> or visit

please circulate this invitation!


Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2002 16:01:41 +0800
From: Trebor Scholz <>
Subject: April 27: Right2Fight

RIGHT 2 FIGHT-- Defy Police Violence

A cross-disciplinary initiative on the theme of police violence
culminating in an extraordinary benefit performance by ANTIBALAS
Afrobeat Orchestra and South African rant poet Lesego Rampolokeng
for the Ella Baker Human Rights Center.

For a schedule of the entire day's events and directions to
Sarah Lawrence College go to:

Pam Africa / Antibalas / Chris Bratton / Robbie Conal / Adam de Croix /
Dee Curry / Graff 1 / Graff 2 / Ashley Hunt / Emily Jacir / Carol Jacobsen /
Richard Kamler / Jared Katsiane / Deborah Kelly / William Moses Kunstler
Fund for Racial Justice / Goddy Leye / Pia Lindman and Angel Nevarez / Malam
/ Bradley McCallum and Jacqueline Tarry / Julia Meltzer and Liz Canner /
John Edginton / 

Saturday April 27

Sarah Lawrence College
Bronxville, New York
(20 minutes from Grand Central)

No One Is Illegal / October 22 Coalition / Sally O'Brien / Pass-Fix / Horit
Herman Peled / Jenny Perlin / Jenny Polak / Picture Projects / Lesego
Rampolokeng / Oliver Ressler / Rod Rodgers Dance Company / Rick Rowley /
Jayce Salloum / Dread Scott / Trebor Scholz / Gregory Sholette /
DJ SKI HI / Stolen Lives Project / Voices Unbroken / Katharina Weingartner /
Angel Williams / Herve Yamguen / Herve Youmbi /

Curated by Dominique Malaquais and Trebor Scholz


Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2002 19:54:17 +00200 (MET DST)
Subject: subREAL' latest

subREAL continues its project "Interviewing The Cities" in Stockholm, using the 
opportunity of a residency at IASPIS. 

Based on a paradigm extracted form technical photography and aiming at drawing 
a subjective scan of art-&-society in large urban 
agglomerations, "Interviewing..." is an on-going discourse that could be 
described as documentary photography cum performance. After thorough 
explorations of Vienna, Amsterdam, Helsinki, and quick inspections of Turku, 
Montreal, Strasbourg, subREAL is offering to those happening to be around some 
samples of their Stockholm experience.
Publication available.

Where: IASPIS gallery, Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm 
When: April 18 - March 19
How: Tue-Fri 11 am - 5 pm; Sat-Sun noon-4 pm.
More on the project:


Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2002 21:48:39 +0100
From: "msdm" <>
Subject: SATURDAY Broad Cast

dear friends

Here are some more details about Broad Cast, an afternoon of live-broadcast
audio work at the Cubitt on may 25th, programmed by anthony iles and craig
martin, 2-8 pm, during which  msdm will launch the audio sublabel

Broad Cast is part of SATURDAY, a series of  events hapenning every saturda=
from April through June at Cubitt
8 Angel Mews, N1;

Attached you will find the full programme, starting this Saturday, april

Hope to see you there

very best,
paula roush


Within the scope of the sublabel plateAudio, msdm has created a platform fo=
the release of sound work by artists from varied backgrounds, from visual
arts, electronic music, and dj to activism, all oriented towards the
creation of experimental sound environments, by the use of digital sampling=
web streaming, pirate radio, avant-pop & latin click-hop.

For the project SATURDAY / Broad Cast ( Cubitt , london, may 25th) the soun=
pieces will be presented within a modular space where the audio files will
be available for free play by the visitor. It will coincide with the first
phase of the project, and the launch of 5 projects by artists and musicians=
paula roush , pelado, =A9inhabit (janine & leif rostron-liebensh=8Dtz), sally
chapman and simon richardson and sasha costanza-chock.

paula roush: genetic silence

genetic silence total time : 4:10+25:17+4:24+6:10 recorded, edited & mixed:
paula roush, published: msdm/ plateAudio

composed & produced for the genetic noise tour / the living art museum ,
reykjavik during which the patent van moved throughout the city's genetic
labs, streaming the tour live to the museum.
read more:

paula roush + pelado: unproductive transmissions

total time : 4:24 + 6:56 composed: paula roush+pelado,  recorded, edited &
mixed: pelado, published: msdm/ plateAudio

domestic broadcast on microradio fm: two tracks recorded during the process
of transmitting & receiving sounds from the digital domain via radio

sally chapman with simon richardson : bird island

total time : 2:07+1:49+2:25+3:33+3:21, voices, text & concept: sally chapma=
guitar/ keyboard/ engineering: simon richardson all music written &
recorded: chapman/richardson, published: msdm/ plateAudio

Bird Island is about intimacy and the need for it. The writings are
performed within an intuitive and lightly worked musical construction. The
piece is a collaboration between artists Sally Chapman ( text and vocal) an=
Simon Richardson ( guitar and sampler). They are not perfect therefore trul=
romantic. Both artists live and work in Glasgow, Duke street. Bird Island
was conceived and created for polyphony, living art museum, Reykjavik

sasha costanza-chock /splice: suena mi barrio

total time : 2:17+3:16+5:33+1:14+4:29+0:13+4:39+2:59, selections from the
project produced by sasha costanza-chock with the young people from san
juan, ,puerto rico, published: msdm/ plateAudio

/splice produced an audio voyage through the 'comunidades especiales' or
low-income neighborhoods of San Juan, Puerto Rico. The premise, a search:
the city-body is ill; the remedies lie in the barrios that are its true
heart and soul. The production involved dozens of children, teenagers, and
young adults from ten different areas of the city in the creation of audio
pieces that range from found sound collage to hard hip-hop, reggaeton
(puertorican dancehall) to acapella poetry. A CD including all pieces was
pressed and distributed free to all workshop participants and community
centers. A selection is being re-issued now for msdm.
read more:

=A9inhabit : bullet

total time: 23m , composed and produced: janine & leif, =A9inhabit Berlin,
published: msdm/ plateAudio

Bullet is a 23 minute track written and performed by Janine & Leif, recorde=
by =A9inhabit Berlin. The composition of Bullet references the lonely western
song of guitar and vocals, and through the use of electronics its structure
and sound mutates into a melancholic song of contemporary conflict.

=A9inhabit is a cultural production label that initiates cultural projects an=
productions. Through a cross-over philosophy =A9inhabit promotes and produces
New Music, POP (political orientated projects), FATe-fashion and "eclectic
dialogs" with independent cultural actors.

- --
for more info contact
- --



Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2002 22:59:10 +0200 (CEST)
Subject: \ \  neue kraFt

on 25.04.02 at 00 H 00, ARTE will broadcast
"Neue Kraft, Neues Werk (Transcodeur Express)"
a documentary by Ninon Liotet and Olivier Schulbaum

with: Shu Lea Cheang, Electric Indigo, Jenny Holzer, Chris Korda, Netochka
Nezvanova, Sadie Plant, Francesca da Rimini, Terre Thaemlitz...

"Neue Kraft, Neues Werk (Transcodeur Express)" presents visual artists,
music makers, activists and scholars who have a socially engaged and
political approach to the use of new technology in  the digital age.
Through feminist and queer theory methodologies, new sounds, images and
reflections they  challenge and give new readings of cultural stereotypes
and mainstream perceptions of our relation to new technology.

More information about the documentary and those interviewed on

!!!!check regulary for updates and extras

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Date: Fri, 26 Apr 2002 07:09:21 +1000
From: "geert lovink" <>
Subject: De Appel (Amsterdam): CINEMA SOUNDS SYNERGY

From: "pers/press De Appel" <>


Roy Villevoye/Jan Dietvorst / Stephen Vitiello / Golden Masters
04.05 - 31.05 / Opening 3 mei 18.00 - 20.00 uur

CINEMA: 'us/them', Roy Villevoye/Jan Dietvorst
Two Asmat brothers, who are acquainted with the film makers and whom they
paid a visit in Asmat (Papua), travel - for the first time - together with
them to the Netherlands. The makers wanted to present this journey in real
time. Roy Villevoye: "There is no dramatic plot, there is no explanation or
clarification. Without restrictions scences from Papua and the Netherlands
are being mixed. From this montage of impressions, acts, faces and
situations an image appears that is complex and simple as well. Us/them
handles about live on earth".

'us/them', 2001 had its preview in Kriterion, Amsterdam.

SOUNDS: Humming Bird Feeder, Stephen Vitiello, 2001
Eight speakers produce sounds of birds eating, landing and flying away. The
experience of this soundpiece is intensified by blue and green light.
Humming Bird Feeder was created as a reaction to the 11th of September.
Vitiello is interested in the physicality of sound and its potential to
define the shape, feel and color of a room. He is also interested in
exploring how people receive sound and to what extent he can create a work,
with no visual component, and offer an environment in which the audience
will be enticed into listening with the same attention that they would give
to a visual or audiovisual work.

Stephen Vitiello: "Humming Bird Feeder was created in the weeks after
September 11, 2001. It was originally presented as a companion piece to
World Trade Center Recordings: Winds after Hurricane Floyd at the NYC sound
gallery, Diapason in October 2001. Diapason has two spaces, one very large,
the other is small. In the large space, we had agreed to present a field
recording I made in 1999 from the 91st floor of the World Trade Center. The
recording is straight to tape, without editing or processing. Two contact
mics had been placed on the windows of my studio picking up the sound of
the building swaying in the winds. Passing planes are also audible. When
the World Trade was destroyed, I was living a handful of blocks away with
my wife and baby daughter.  In late September, just before the Diapason
show, we took a trip to the mid-West to escape the noise, dirt and dust as
well as the sadness in the city. I brought along a pair of contact
microphones that I attached to birdhouses in a family member's yard. The
sounds are of the birds landing on the birdhouses, eating, moving their
food around, flying away. As opposed to the WTC recordings which have been
untouched, the HBF piece goes in and out of being processed through my
laptop computer. The bird sounds become a launching pad from which I can
enter into a less real sound environment. The piece is meant to be about a
much more personal space and frame of mind, as opposed to the very public,
now historic reference to the World Trade Center".

SYNERGY: Golden Masters, 'Big Mag Space Model, Minijack 02'
In their research for origins of the creative graphic process Harmen
Liemburg and Richard Niessen (Golden Masters) got interested in the process
that takes place between the so called in - and output. To map the events
influencing these transformations  they designed Jack Model 12.0. The
adapted model 13.0 is being projected on the wall of the Synergy room to
present, in their words, "an imaginary cartography from the time before the
Great explorers". Golden Masters invited 16 artists to make a contribution
to the space, the field of influence in which the process takes place.

Participants: Persijn Broersen/ Margit Lukács - Ruben van Gogh -
Designpolitie - Richard Janssen - Geerten Verheus - Maria Barnas - Samuel
Vriezen - GM - Johannes Schwartz - Sub Office - Jennifer Tee - Raf Snippe -
Jodi - Annelys de Vet - Thomas van Aalten - Jeroen Jongeleen.

Opening 3 mei 6 - 8 pm / Also with a performance of the score by Samuel

Stichting De Appel, Nieuwe Spiegelstraat 10
NL - 1017 DE Amsterdam,
tel ++31-20-625 56 51 fax 622 52 15
Tuesday through Sunday 11-18 hrs


Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2002 07:38:52 -0500
From: Chuck Varga <>
Subject: artist presentation this monday night!

Monday, April 22
Media, talk & refreshments • 6pm • FREE
Ida K. Lang Hall, Rm. 424, North Building, Hunter College
68th Street at Lexington Avenue, New York • 6 Train to 68th St.
(212) 772-4949

Mon. April 22 Adrienne Klein
Adrienne Klein is an artist and curator with a special interest in the
intersection of art and science. She has shown extensively in the United
and Europe, including nine solo exhibitions. She has served on the Board
Governors of the New York Foundation for the Arts and curated
exhibitions for
Russell Sage College, Union College, New York University and the
Brooklyn Museum
of Art. She is the editor of the online bulletin of Art and Science
Collaborations, Inc. Says Klein: “I make artwork that [explores] our
senses... and the relationship
between our corporeal bodies and the products of our intellect.”

As Hunter’s Department of Film & Media begins to unfold its new MFA
program in
Integrated Media Arts, we invite you to a series of screenings and
discussions by
explorers in a range of media. We hope you may join us in catalysing a
brave new
community of media makers.


Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2002 17:14:06 +0200
From: Oliver Ressler <>
Subject: Videopraesentationen / video presentations "This is  what


"This is what democracy looks like!", 38 min., dt./engl., 2002

Das Video "This is what democracy looks like!" thematisiert Ereignisse 
rund um eine "Anti-Globalisierungsdemonstration" gegen das World 
Economic Forum am 1. Juli 2001 in Salzburg.
The video "This is what democracy looks like!" thematizes events of 1 
July 2001 surrounding an "anti-globalization demonstration" against the 
World Economic Forum in Salzburg.

weitere Informationen / further information:

Kommende Ausstellungen des Videos / upcoming exhibitions of the video:

"Exchange & Transform", Kunstverein München, München/Munich, 26.04. - 

"games fights videos", Galerie im Künstlerhaus Bremen, 03.05. - 02.06.02
KünstlerHaus Bremen, Am Deich 68/69, D-28199 Bremen, T. +43/421/50 85 98

"This is what democracy looks like!", Projekt Kunst+Kommunikation der 
Universität Leipzig (2-channel video installation)
Laden für Nichts, Sebastian-Bach-Straße 43, D-04109 Leipzig, 07. - 
11.05.02 tägl. 19-21 Uhr

Die Ausstellung der Videoinstallation "This is what democracy looks 
like!" in der Plattform läuft noch bis 05.05.02.
The exhibition of the video installation "This is what democracy looks 
like!" at the Plattform continues till 05.05.02.
Plattform, Chausseestr. 110/I, D-10115 Berlin, T. +49/30/280 46 973

Kommende Videovorführungen / Upcoming screenings:

Oberösterreichische Landesgalerie, Linz, 23.04.02

"Right2Fight", Sarah Lawrence College, New York, 27.04.02

Hochschule für bildende Künste, Braunschweig, 22.05.02


Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2002 11:50:57 -0400
From: "Paul D. Miller" <>
Subject: Dj Spooky Playlist April/May '02

Dj Spooky that Subliminal Kid
Playlist April/May 2002

"Every Dj is a walking radio Station"
Ad Astra

Discs in High Rotation: The Top 11

1. 12" - Motion Man featuring Kut Masta Kurt & Kool Keith "Loose 
Cannon/Trounce/We Work Styles" - Threshold Records

2.(compilation) Social Classics Vol 2 "Dread Meets Punk Rockers 
Uptown" selected by Don Letts - EMI

3. (compliation) Anti-NYC (Gray, Vivienne Goldman, Rammelzee etc etc 
NY early 1980's) - Gomma Records

4. (re-issue) Al Hansen & Andy Warhol, "Attenant Sound" - ? Records

5. Nobukazu Takemura, "Animate" - Childisc Records

6. J-Live, "All of the Above" - Coup d'etat Entertainment

7. X-Ecutioners, "Built from Scratch" - Loud Records

8. Ryuichi Sakamoto, "My Life as a Film" - Soundtrack to the film 
'Derrida' - Warner Music Group

9. (compilation) "In the Beginning was Rhythm - 23 Skidoo, Human 
League, The Slits, etc 1980's early electro" - SoulJazz Records

10. RJD2 featuring Copyright of MHZ, "June" - Def Jux Records

11. Anti-Pop Consortium, "Arrhythmia," Warp Records

Bonus Beats

Grace Jones vs Funkstar Deluxe "Pull Up to the Bumper" remixes by 
various, EdelAmerica Records

  Blade II Soundtrack - (Roni Size vs Cypress Hill, Eve vs Fatboy 
Slim, Mos Def vs Massive Attack etc etc) - Immortal Records

"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe 
they are free...."
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

wildstyle access:

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

Subliminal Kid Inc.

Office Mailing Address:

Music and Art Management
245 w14th st #2RC NY NY


Date: Thu, 25 Apr 2002 03:50:40 +0100
From: "cybersalonuk" <> (by way of richard barbrook)
Subject: [cybersalon] 2 sound + music events

Performance / Exhibition / Installation/ Symposium
Wednesday 5TH- Friday 7TH June 2002
The Mall
London SW1Y 5AH
Cybersonica is a three-day festival at the ICA dedicated to defining
the frontiers of electronic sound culture.  A snapshot of the current
significant work in sonic art, Cybersonica captures the essence of
this emerging, evolving medium. Creating new forms at the interface
between us and new technology, pushing the limits of accepted
concepts of music and sound as an art form.  The festival brings
together the whole community of sonic innovation from performers,
artists, DJs and VJs to designers, academics, broadcasters and record
companies. Cybersonica consists of four elements:  Performance,
Exhibition, Installation and Symposium.

Headliners for `Performance' are three leading experimenters who step
over the cutting edge unscathed, with intelligence and humour.
Berlin's POLE (5th June) tweaks and conjures elliptical melodic
fragments and crackling dub drenched loops on the `abstract textures'
night.  Sonic terrorist BOMB 20 (6th June – `Digital Noise and Cut-
Up'), also from the Berlin underground, delivers an anti-
establishment message with cinematic vocal samples, distortion and
feedback in a hip-hop framework, exploding previous aesthetic
sensibilities. Conceptual artist, writer, academic and musician, Paul
D. Miller aka DJ SPOOKY (THAT SUBLIMINAL KID) is a major player in
New York's digital arts scene. Expect an eclectic selection of tunes
>from Senegalese hip-hop to nu-jazz poetry creating a post-modern
sound sculpture (7th June – `idiosyncratic electronica').  The theme
of each night is supported by DJs in the ICA bar.

Cybersonica is supported by CARTE, University of Westminster.

Tickets: contact the ICA ticket office on: 0207 930 3647 or
£90 festival ticket / £55 one-day ticket - full rate - full admission
to all events
£55 festival ticket / £27.50 one-day ticket - concessionary (student,
unemployed, OAP or small business / hardship) - full admission to all
£8 / £7 cons / £6 ICA member - evening ticket - admission to one
evening of festival performances and exhibitions


Date: Thu, 25 Apr 2002 13:59:17 -0400
From: Gena Gbenga <>
Subject: announcement

"Armed Vision: Militarized Images, Perceptual Battlefields, and the
Reshaping of the Human in Combat"
Lecture by Jordan Crandall
Introduction by David Harvey
Friday, April 26 at 4:15 pm
Graduate Center, City University of New York
365 Fifth Avenue (at 34th Street)
Room C198
Reception to follow


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