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   for announcments: Call for ACOUSTIC.SPACE texts                                 
     Rasa Smite <rasa@parks.lv>                                                      

   Call for Entries - digitalBIEDERMEIER                                           
     "Peter Steinberger" <ps@dvision.at>                                             

   Stiglitz interview up                                                           
     Doug Henwood <dhenwood@panix.com>                                               

   http://meta.am/   -   gell                                                      
     m e t a <meta@meta.am>                                                          

   Delivering Culture Online                                                       
     "Lachlan Brown" <lachlan@london.com>                                            

   International Festival in MOONGOLIA                                             
     "ICES" <ices@mongol.net>                                                        

   re:combo - call for noises                                                      
     "h.d.mabuse" <mabuse@manguebit.org.br>                                          

   New Online Graduate Course in Information Aesthetics                            
     carolyn guertin <cguertin@gpu.srv.ualberta.ca>                                  

   open_digi > AROUND US > post BRADYS                                             
     atty@no-such.com (atty)                                                         



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Date: Tue, 06 Aug 2002 19:42:53 +0300
From: Rasa Smite <rasa@parks.lv>
Subject: for announcments: Call for ACOUSTIC.SPACE texts


CALL FOR ACOUSTIC.SPACE TEXTS --->

- -> for upcoming "acoustic.space.reader" -
this book will conclude series of "acoustic.space" magazines, 
which were published by e-lab/rixc&xchange from 1998-2000
the book will also include +DVD-r and online version.
looking forward to your contributions! 
/ rasa 

- -> ACOUSTIC.SPACE is an exploration into the acoustic dimension of electronic 
technology and networked media environment, featuring a series of magazines 
(1998-2000), Xchange - streaming audio network and mailinglist (since 
1997), the Acoustic.Space.Lab research programme (since 2001) and now an 
upcoming book will be the closing publication of this period. 

This book --"Acoustic.Space.Reader"-- will contain research texts and
articles on the experiments, activities and tactical interventions of
artists, media activists and 'cultural scientists', who use audio
communication tools to build new contexts and open spaces by pushing the
boundaries of electro-acoustic environments, acoustic cyberspace, radio
ether and emerging cell-space.

The book will include also a DVD - a multi-media resarch of VIRAC 
radiotelescope in Latvia: from history of this top-secret Soviet era 
military object, including precise technical data, about it's conversion to 
scinitific and civilian use, and to the international "Acoustic.Space.Lab" 
symposium on sound art, radio and satellite technology, which took place in 
August 2001, with participation of more then 30 artists, radio amateurs and 
community radio activists from all over the world. 

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- -> THIS IS CALL FOR TEXTS FOR THE BOOK AND ITS' ON-LINE VERSION! 
The first deadline (to submit proposals about the texts) is SEPTEMBER 1, 2002
Please send texts to <rasa@re-lab.net> or xchange list <xchange@re-lab.net>
! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

Also, the next edition of OPEN-SOURCE-SAMPLING-PROJECT is seeking for artists 
to re-interpret materials gathered at the VIRAC dish, contact:
<derek@x-i.net> 
http://acoustic.space.re-lab.net/lab/projects.html
A selection of submitted materials will be represented in the DVD. 

The book+DVD will be published by the end of November, 2002 (and its' first 
presentation could be during the WORLD-INFORMATION.ORG exhibition in 
Amsterdam, end of November 2002).

http://acoustic.space.re-lab.net
http://acoustic.space.re-lab.net/reader.html

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Date: Fri, 9 Aug 2002 00:41:19 +0200
From: "Peter Steinberger" <ps@dvision.at>
Subject: Call for Entries - digitalBIEDERMEIER

/// digitalBIEDERMEIER: re/producing the private ///

::From 27th November until 1st December 2002 [d]vision, the Vienna
Festival For Digital Culture presents once again a diverse cross section
of contemporary media culture. A conference, an exhibition and
filmscreenings are exploring new approaches to the topic of private and
public sphere in digital age.

::Call For Proposals With digitalBIEDERMEIER, [d]vision launches for the
first time a call for entries for the conference part of the event. From
27.11.2002 to 1.12.2002 we will ask Scholars from various disciplines to
discuss, in English or German, some of the questions imposed by the
general topic. Please visit our website for more info:
http://2002.dvision.at

::Call For Entries - Film/Video/Multimedia [d]vision is looking for
artists, who provide digital film, video, CD-ROM or webprojects
focussing the topics of public privacy: private/public surveillance,
media-cocooning, intelligent houses and ambient technologies, new
frontiers in digital age, digital and analogous migration, etc.

Documentaries, fictions and shorts are welcome. Amateurfilm is an
important topic, too. So don't hesitate to send your video diary.

::[d]vision is an international forum for mediatheory, digital film,
video and expanded media such as CD-ROM, DVD and the Internet. [d]vision
is exploring the media void and is bringing up important issues for the
competent discourse in media society. [d]vision - Festival For Digital
Culture presents contemporary trends and issues in mediaculture in an
independent festival for young professionals and the creative class in
Vienna / Austria.

check out our digitalBIEDERMEIER website
and download the application form:
http://2002.dvision.at

Concept and Organisation
/ Society for Mediatheory & Digital Culture
/ Verein fuer Medientheorie & digitale Kultur
Bernhard Rieder, Mirko Tobias Schaefer, Sanna Tobias

[d]vision
http://www.dvision.at
Festival For Digital Culture
A-1170 Vienna, Joergerstrasse 35/8 | Tel: +43-1-409 70 15


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Date: Fri, 16 Aug 2002 11:11:54 -0400
From: Doug Henwood <dhenwood@panix.com>
Subject: Stiglitz interview up

I've just posted my interview with Joseph Stiglitz, which ran on my 
radio show yesterday evening. Follow the link from 
<http://www.leftbusinessobserver.com/Radio.html>.

Doug

- ----

August 15, 2002 DH on economic news - Fed holds fire, manufacturing 
sags * Joseph Stiglitz, co-winner 2001 Nobel Prize in economics; 
professor of economics, Columbia University; former chief economist, 
World Bank; author, Globalization and Its Discontents, on the U.S. 
economy, the effects of the stock market scandals, and how the IMF 
really works. In this interview, Stiglitz, who'd previously called 
for the reform of the IMF, says he's changing his mind, and it might 
well be time to scrap it and start all over.


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Date: Sun, 18 Aug 2002 01:45:39 -0700
From: m e t a <meta@meta.am>
Subject: http://meta.am/   -   gell



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Date: Wed, 07 Aug 2002 03:00:55 +0000
From: "Lachlan Brown" <lachlan@london.com>
Subject: Delivering Culture Online



Department for Culture, Media and Sport - UK

Delivering Culture Online

Programme of Digital Projects for Children and Adults.

Invitations for Expressions of Interest.

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport is seeking to appoint
a range of organisations or consortia to produce and deliver components of the Culture Online Programme. Culture Online will
use digital technologies to increase and deepen access to and
participation in the arts and culture.

Application forms for Organisations who would wish to express an 
interest should refer to the Culture Online web site at http://
www.cultureonline.gov.uk where further details and an application 
form are available. Closing date: 30th August, 2002.



Lachlan Brown

Thirdnet e publishing
T(416) 826 6937
VM (416) 822 1123

                                       

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Date: Thu, 8 Aug 2002 14:56:04 +0800
From: "ICES" <ices@mongol.net>
Subject: International Festival in MOONGOLIA

INVITATION

Pop, rock and jazz singers of Mongolian songs are invited to perform at a
festival in Mongolia!

The Blue Mongolia 2002 festival will be held in the Mongolian capital
Ulaanbaatar between October 1 and 7, 2002.

The 19th Blue Mongolia festival will feature foreign singers of Mongolian
songs. Each will perform 2 Mongolian songs with pre-recorded backing music.

We invite singers of Mongolian songs from anywhere in the world to come to
the party!

Successful applicants will need to be in Ulaanbaatar by September 29. The
Mongolian organizers will arrange and pay for- your accommodation, meals and
transport while you are in Ulaanbaatar, though you will have to bear your
own costs of getting to and from Mongolia.

There is no entry fee for foreign performers!

Applications should be addressed to:

Blue Mongolia 2002 Organizing Committee, Mongolian Concert Center - General
Director D. Ukhnaa.
Fax: 976  11  327899
Tel: 976  11  91191011 /mobile/
       976  11  326427
       976  11  311274
email: ices@mongol.net



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Date: Fri, 09 Aug 2002 16:54:08 -0300
From: "h.d.mabuse" <mabuse@manguebit.org.br>
Subject: re:combo - call for noises

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RADIO RE:COMBO: re:combining the territory
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

October, 2002. The *Re:combo Radio* will recombine the territory of 
"Transmidia" project.

You are invited to _Re:combining The Territory_, a multimedia project of 
collaborative sound + vision production. The experience will mix 
audiovisual material sent by collaborators to RE:COMBO 
(http://www.recombo.art) with texts produced for the event and a live P.A. set.

The main goal is to integrate the audience (live on-site and wired by the 
web) in an active experience of "on-stage" recombination. We believe that 
the traditional passive "on-stage" format doesn't fit the new ways of 
electronic music/art. The experience will be developed this way: the sounds 
and pictures that will be used in the performance will be collected through 
the internet. You can collaborate by just sending your movie clips, images 
or sound files attached by e-mail to: recombo@manguebit.org.br

The last edition of the _radio Re:combo_ took place on the "Abril Pro Rock 
Festival" (http://www.rhizome.org/object.rhiz?3463).

Questions relevant to the territory (as defined by Gilles Deleuze) will be 
raised with images and sounds and offered to the public with a one night 
stand performance. After that, during two months, the off-line physical 
site will be open for people to recombine and be the players of a wired 
show synchronized with the web site.

The live on-site experience will be held on October, 2002 at Instituto 
Cultural Itau, Sao Paulo, BRAZIL, during the "Transmidia" event.
- -------------------------------------------
re:make / re:combine
- -------------------------------------------
http://english.recombo.art
http://www.recombo.art

read and liste to re:combo:

Wired: Brazilians' Spin: Remix Music Biz
==============================
http://www.wired.com/news/culture/0,1284,53701,00.html

Voice of America: Brazilian Musicians Display Creativity on the Internet
====================================================
http://www.voanews.com/article.cfm?objectid=DBDE77C7-0A70-42AF-9CA6CA78F88EACCE&title=Brazilian%20Musicians%20Display%20Creativity%20on%20the%20Internet&db=current#



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Date: Wed, 14 Aug 2002 10:23:09 -0600
From: carolyn guertin <cguertin@gpu.srv.ualberta.ca>
Subject: New Online Graduate Course in Information Aesthetics

 Last call to enrol in this new online graduate course
 MAIS 656: Datascapes: Information Aesthetics and Network Culture
 from Athabasca University, Canada, offered this fall.

 http://www.athabascau.ca/mais/syllabi/mais656.html

 Deadline for registration, August 16, 2002.

___________________________________________________
Carolyn Guertin, Dept of English, University of Alberta, Canada,
& trAce Online Writing School, Nottingham Trent University, UK
E-Mail: cguertin@ualberta.ca; Tel/FAX: 780-438-3125
Website: http://www.ualberta.ca/~cguertin/

Assemblage, The Online Women's New Media Gallery, at trAce:
http://trace.ntu.ac.uk/traced/guertin/assemblage.htm



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Date: Fri, 16 Aug 2002 19:34:07 GMT Daylight Time
From: atty@no-such.com (atty)
Subject: open_digi > AROUND US > post BRADYS

Hi nettime-l people,

with eviction of its residents on August 5th, BRADYS of Brixton is over as
venue of open_digi in South London for foreseeable future

small mov at http://club.net-art.ws/bradys/video/vid.html

but we can say we did the old building justice at its 'LAST STAND' with a
diverse night lasting till dawn of digital sounds and visuals plus
presentations. The main space even had new coat of paint (just dry) +
three large projections.

evening kicked off (slightly late but its getting better) with a stomping
run through of the activities of http://www.urban75.com from its editor
Mike Slocombe followed by insights into the work of http://www.hi-res.net
from Florian Schmitt. After some recalcitrant behaviour from a particular
computer we then got into a great session of sounds mostly chosen by toxi
of http://www.toxi.co.uk with visuals from toxi, elout of
http://www.xs4all.nl/~elout/ from Amsterdam and myself. Finally at 7.30am
last of audience were persuaded that they should let us pull the plugs ...

thanks to all who attended and all who contributed and for sure made us
feel like we had put our time at BRADYS to best use

if any body has any record of August 2nd > "AROUND US", images or
whatever, could they please pass them to us as all cameras etc examined so
far malfunctioned one way or another

SO now we are busy checking out possible new homes for open_digi,
hopefully remaining in South London, ways to pay for people to visit us
etc. We have the interest for some great programmification for winter,
"bcn error special" where errorclub of barcelona will pay us a visit with
work including sutoolz
http://seamonkey.mle.ie/nime/Proceedings/paper/porcher.pdf, and something
that will be part edible from Montpellier, France,
http://laurenrodz.free.fr/eox/siteg/, a night of slub.org from across the
river + much more. Any help and suggestions welcome

applications are invited for post of MC for future editions of open_digi

meantime we can suggest you can keep yourselves entertained online by
checking out ongoing digital thrashes in the rounds of infomera.net series
> champions of the WWW > http://www.museotamayo.org/inmerso/infomera/ >
next up I think is one38.org v kalx.com. On September 13th at Cyberlounge
of Museo Tamayo, Mexcio City will also be some talks and discussion
(non-virtually) on subject of net-art spaces (including story of
http://www.net-art.ws, net-art99>01 and open_digi so far).

yours
atty

http://club.net-art.ws






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