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Table of Contents:

   JavaMuseum - New Show now online!                                               
     "JavaMuseum" <agricola-w@netcologne.de>                                         

   REALTOKYO MM vol. 103                                                           
     Andreas <andreas@realtokyo.co.jp>                                               

   Steve Mann documentary                                                          
     "geert lovink" <geert@xs4all.nl>                                                

   Unmasking the War on Terror                                                     
     Fatima Lasay <digiteer@ispbonanza.com.ph>                                       

   Yup, I Told You So --> www.darpa.mil/iao/                                       
     Newmedia@aol.com                                                                

   november newsletter                                                             
     collection <collection@computerfinearts.com>                                    

   fAf's fabulous 15 years on CD                                                   
     Fatima Lasay <digiteer@ispbonanza.com.ph>                                       

   Metal and Flesh: Fall 2002                                                      
     "Ollivier Dyens" <odyens@hotmail.com>                                           

   NEWS: Special issue of Marathi mag on people's movements                        
     Frederick Noronha <fred@bytesforall.org>                                        

   fAf Nov02: fAf's fabulous 15 years on CD                                        
     linda carroli <lcarroli@pacific.net.au>                                         



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Date: Fri, 8 Nov 2002 10:29:41 +0100
From: "JavaMuseum" <agricola-w@netcologne.de>
Subject: JavaMuseum - New Show now online!

PRESS RELEASE
JavaMuseum -
Forum for Internet Technologies in Contemporary Art
(JAVA= Joint Advanced Virtual Affairs)
www.javamuseum.org
***********************************
contents:
headlines
summary
introduction
all participants
technical requirements
copyright
***********************************

headlines:
1. JavaArtist of the Year 2002
is Calin Man, media artist from Romania.

2. The new show on
JavaMuseum - Forum for Internet Technologies in Contemporary Art
www.javamuseum.org
entitled
"Fundamental Patterns - Peripheral Basics"
is online since 8 November 2002.
It will run until the end of "2nd of Java series" (Spring 2003).

***********************************

summary:
JavaMuseum is proud to give the JavaArtist of the Year Award in 2002 to one
single artist:
Calin Man from Arad/Romania,
an this outstanding net artist who combines artistic expression and
statements with substantial power, technological activity and excellence in
sustained work.

The show of
"Fundamental Patterns - Peripheral Basics"
is based on an online competition of the same name
and consists of three parts:

1. solo presentatation of Calin Man, winner of JavaArtist of the Year Award,
2. finalists of the competition
3. exhibition out of concurrence, entitled "MANDALA"
refering to the subject of the show by students of the
University of the Philippines under the supervision of Fatima Lasay.

************************************

introduction:
The second year's program of JavaMuseum, eg "2nd of Java series"
has a special subject during one running year (Spring 2002-Spring 2003),
entitled:
"Fundamental Patterns - Peripheral Basics".
After the first event in July, entitled "Actual Positions of Italian
Netart",
the main show of of the year in the framework of "2nd of Java series"
represents
"Fundamental Patterns - Peripheral Basics"
discussing and confronting artistic and philosophical positions of
Western and Eastern culture:

What are the fundamental patterns of contemporary living and art,
what kind of peripheral basics are defining them?
What are the fundamental patterns of the virtual
environment of Internet? Mere simulation?
Or rather something profoundly new?
In which way changed patterns and the peripheral
basics from physical to virtual level?
How do they influence sensual and intellectual perception ?

The special interactive exhibition interface created by
Agricola de Cologne, media artist operating from Cologne/Germany
and curator of this show
takes all the aspects and composes them to a kind of Western "mandala",
interlinking the material and spiritual, a way which is taken by the
competition finalists in different individual ways:
The answers are not clear yet as the way is the goal.

**************************************

List of all participating artists:

finalists of the competition:
JavaArtist of the Year: Calin Man
further:
Tamara Lai, Antoine Schmitt,  Xavier Cahen, Victor Vina, Tjader Knight.Inc,
Jader Rosa,  Maya Kalogera, wowm.org, Coniglioviola, Andrea Polli,
Avatar Project, Lane Last, Nicola Stenger, Leander Seige, Frieder Rusmann,
Pedro Fernandes, Simon Norton, Robert Kendall, Robert Krawczyk,
Barry Smylie, Sergio Maltagliati, Isabella Bordoni, Nicolas Clauss

"Mandala" artists:
J.M.Acevedo, Carlo Ahillion, Marc Antony Alvarado, Maysa Arabit,
R. S. Bolodo, Criselda Cac, A. Castro , N. Chua, K. De Dios, S. De Leon,
Monica L. Delgado, Eric C. Flores, Gimo L. Lanot, Amiel L.A. Lapuebla,
Catherine Lasam, Luisa C. Medina, Marielle P. Nadal, L. Orola, Zoltan Pabon,
Remnin R. Patino, M.A.C. Sagcal, W.D. Saludares, V. Samson, R.K.L. Santiago
F. V. SanBuenaventura, R.B. Santos, L.R. Segarra, C.E. Tabagan,
M.G.M.Tenorio,
D.J.P.S. Torres, G.A. Tuano, S. Valencia, P.R. Vinluan, A. de la Cruz Yumul

**************************************

Visit this dynamic exciting show
on JavaMuseum www.javamuseum.org
access via the start page

*************************************
The show is running until Spring 2003
**************************************
technical requirements
optimized for VGA resolution 1024x768
PC Pentium III 600 Mhz or better or comparable MAC
Soundcard, recommended 56K or 64K modem or faster,
browsers: MS Internet Explorer 5.5+ or Netscape Navigator 6.0+
Players/Plug-ins: essential the latest Flash 6,
Shockwave, Real Player, Quicktime

***************************************
copyright:
"Fundamental Patterns - Peripheral Basics"
on www.javamuseum.org
text, conception, programming, visalization
curator, organizer = Agricola de Cologne - copyright  2002 . All rights
reserved.
copyright  of all art works of
the participating artists hold the authors or owners.

JavaMuseum is corporate member of
NewMediaArtProjectNetwork - the experimental platform
for the arts in Intenet is founded and created by
Agricola de Cologne.
copyright  2000-2002 by Agricola de Cologne. All rights reserved.

Special thanks to
Fatima Lasay, University of the Philippines
http://digitalmedia.upd.edu.ph/

****************************************
contacts:
Press
press@javamuseum.org

***********







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Date: Fri, 8 Nov 2002 19:17:24 +0900
From: Andreas <andreas@realtokyo.co.jp>
Subject: REALTOKYO MM vol. 103

R    E    A    L    T    O    K    Y    O    MAIL MAGAZINE
_____11_08_2002_Fri_vol.103___________ http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/




[This Week's Index]

(1) Tokyo Editors' Diary
Nakanishi Daisuke ("Little More") vol. 004

(2) Interview
Andrew Pekler

(3) Event Pick of the Week
Don't Think Just Shoot

(4) Present
"Last Present" preview screening



This week's RT Picks:

art+cinema+music+stage+design+town = 34 events
including 8 new ones!
Plus new entries on our 'book/disk' page.

Check them out!

http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/



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(1) Tokyo Editors' Diary
===============================================================

Nakanishi Daisuke ("Little More") vol. 004

This Wednesday I'm having a succession of visitors, and the third
one I'm seeing today is Yoshimura Chiaki from Asahi Shimbun's
department of arts and sciences. We're talking about the late
non-fiction author Ida Makiko, and especially about her early
poetry days, which wasn't known much until after her death.
I guess every time I'll meet Yoshimura-san in the future our talk
will be about Ida-san. Today's last meeting is with stylist Nimura
Takeshi, and I get a hint at the steady importance of Vincent Gallo.
Before the last train leaves Shibya station I have a couple minutes
time to hop into Tsutaya and buy the recent "Guitar Magazine" which
a special feature on Yamashita Tatsuro, and Char's "Sacred Hills"
album.

Read more at:

http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/en/diary/0016-henshucho.htm


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(2) Interview
===============================================================

Caught live in Japan, October 2002: Andrew Pekler

With his "Station to Station" album, released in summer 2002,
Andrew Pekler attracted worldwide attention by adding a new,
jazzy colour to the ~Scape label sound palette. RT met Andrew
during his first Japan tour on which he was brought along by
label boss, Japan-experienced Pole a.k.a. Stefan Betke.
Before his Tokyo set he introduced to us the stations that led
him to his current place of residence, Berlin, as well as his
musical philosophy and unique working style.

Read more at:

http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/en/interview/pekler01.htm


===============================================================
(3) Event Pick of the Week
===============================================================

Don't Think Just Shoot

Totally untouched by the spreading of the digital camera and the
improving performance of conventional cameras, Russia-made budget
camera "Lomo" keeps fascinating people around the world with its
unique charme, having written "analog" all over it. This event is
to celebrate the publishing of a book that contains 2,739 (!) Lomo
shots gathered from all corners of the globe. For this occasion
director Fabian Monheim has come over from London, inviting everybody
interested to enjoy without too much thinking the camera's inimitable
colorations and shadings that create such an exquisite feel of space.
- --Ikeda Maiko

http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/event_cgi/ev_viewE.cgi?4,1182


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(4) Presents
===============================================================

20 couples/40 people will be invited to a preview screening of
the Korean movie "Last Present." For more info and to apply please
check the Presents page:

http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/en/present/present.htm


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- - Tokyo Editors' Diary

- - Tokyo Visitors' Book

- - Out of Tokyo

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Date: Sat, 9 Nov 2002 08:27:06 +1100
From: "geert lovink" <geert@xs4all.nl>
Subject: Steve Mann documentary

(This Canadian documentary ran on the Australian SBS channel last week. It's
really good. For those interested in wearcomp guru Steve Mann... /geert)

http://cbc.ca/cyberman/
http://cbc.ca/cyberman/AllNEW.htm

Steve Mann is a Toronto-based inventor, university teacher and cyborg. His
wearable computer technology has made him "all human with machine-extended
parts."

THE NATURE OF THINGS with David Suzuki presents Cyberman, a look at Canada's
original cyborg.

"In cyberspace there are no borders. What I do is allow people to get inside
my head and put themselves in my shoes and see the world from my
perspective," said Mann. Through his "Eye-Tap" sunglasses, wearable
computers and recording devices, viewers literally see the world through his
eyes.

This cyber-genre film takes documentary filmmaking to a new level.  The
filmmakers were forced to come to terms with the fact that the subject they
were filming was in fact filming them!  This multi-media film was shot on
various formats, including Super 16, Mini DV and black and white
photography, and includes footage from Steve Mann's patented "Eye-Tap" video
and "dusting" photography.

Producer Michael Allder commented, "Cyberman is set not in some distant,
unrealized world, but in the present. Steve lives in a universe where
information is mainlined into memory, where he daily records his encounters
with the outer world, his students, even his wife.  He believes he is the
face of the future, but it is a future that many will find unsettling."

Since its premiere at the Rotterdam International Film Festival 2001, the
film version of

Cyberman has been invited to screen at festivals around the world.  Mann has
also recently published his second book entitled, Cyborg, a Random House
publication.

Cyberman reunites the creative team of the award-winning National Film Board
cult-hit feature, Project Grizzly, directed by Peter Lynch, written by James
Heer and produced by Michael Allder, who is also executive producer of THE
NATURE OF THINGS.




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Date: Thu, 07 Nov 2002 22:18:52 +0800
From: Fatima Lasay <digiteer@ispbonanza.com.ph>
Subject: Unmasking the War on Terror

Date: Thu, 07 Nov 2002 12:30:11 +0800
From: "Joel P. Garduce" <pchase@psdn.org.ph>
Subject: Attend tomorrow's launching of historic 9-11 Filipino book!

 >PAANYAYA SA BOOK LAUNCHING:
 ><http://www.bulatlat.com/news/2-38/2-38-book.html>
 >Unmasking the War on Terror
 >US Imperialist Hegemony and Crisis
 >
 >Publisher:
 >Center for Anti-Imperialist Studies (CAIS)
 >
 >Authors:
 >Edberto Villegas
 >Bobby Tuazon
 >Jayson Lamcheck
 >Bomen Guillermo
 >Paul Quintos
 >Sonny Africa
 >Edwin Licaros
 >
 >5:30 p.m., November 8, 2002
 >Balay Kalinaw, University of the Philippines
 >Diliman, Quezon City
 >
 >For inquiries, please call 925-8839
 >or email bulatlat@asia.com


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Date: Sat, 9 Nov 2002 09:39:15 EST
From: Newmedia@aol.com
Subject: Yup, I Told You So --> www.darpa.mil/iao/

Y'all:

Go to www.nytimes.com and search for John Markoff's story today on "Pentagon 
Plans" (check out www.darpa.mil/iao) and then go read my "Op-Ed" on the topic 
at www.siliconalley.com.

Okay, it's true, I told you so . . .

Mark Stahlman
New York City


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Date: Sat, 09 Nov 2002 21:48:49 -0500
From: collection <collection@computerfinearts.com>
Subject: november newsletter

computerfinearts - netart collection

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Greetings from NYC                   November 2002
- ---------------------------------------------------


New works by Alexei Shulgin and Natalie Bookchin >

http://www.computerfinearts.com/


October's stats from the computerfinearts collection

Average daily unique visits to the site > 850

Most viewed project >>
http://www.computerfinearts.com/collection/easylife.org/xxx/


Visit "Dialogue" an interview by Anne Barlow of the New Museum of
Contemporary Art with Doron Golan the owner of Computer Fine Arts >

http://www.michelethursz.com/site/dialogue.php



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Date: Mon, 11 Nov 2002 17:24:19 +0800
From: Fatima Lasay <digiteer@ispbonanza.com.ph>
Subject: fAf's fabulous 15 years on CD

fAf November02
fAf's fabulous 15 years on CD

fineArt forum = art + technology netnews
http://www.fineartforum.org
http://www.cdes.qut.edu.au/fineart_online

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 l2.carroli@qut.edu.au with your 
name and postal address. Don't forget, fAf_15 is free. More information can 
be found online.
http://www.fineartforum.org/aboutus/highlights_index.html

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

. . . . .

SUBSCRIBE
Subscription to fineArt forum is free. To subscribe: Send an email message 
to: mailserv@qut.edu.au with the following text in the message: subscribe 
fineartforum To unsubscribe - the first line of your email should read: 
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MISSION
fineArt forum is a free, not-for-profit news and information service 
exploring the relationship between the arts, sciences and technology. fAf 
aims to inform new media arts and technology communities worldwide of the 
latest events, developments and opportunities.

GOT NEWS?
Send it to editor@fineartforum.org

MORE INFO
Nisar Keshvani: editor@fineartforum.org
Linda Carroli: l2.carroli@qut.edu.au

. . . . .

fineArt forum is assisted by the Commonwealth Government through the 
Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body. Additional support 
is provided by QUT Communication Design Department, School of Film and 
Media Studies - Ngee Ann Polytechnic Singapore and Mississippi State 
University.

fAf is produced on behalf of the Art, Science and Technology Network 
(ASTN). fAf and Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA) are strategic partners. 
LEA is an online peer-reviewed journal published at MIT Press for the 
Leonardo Network http://www.leonardo.info

. . . . .

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Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2002 12:32:02 -0500
From: "Ollivier Dyens" <odyens@hotmail.com>
Subject: Metal and Flesh: Fall 2002

The Fall 2002 edition of Metal and Flesh is now online

In the text section:

Steven Pinker : Life in the Fourth Millennium
Jodi Dean: Celebrity's Drive
Lev Manovich: The Anti-Sublime in New Media Art
Ollivier Dyens: La Nouvelle connaissance

In the artwork section :

Christina McPhee : 47 Reds (flash)
Jim Andrews: Arteroids (flash)

Plus the second edition of the Vigil of Planetary Netart, where artists
select netarworks from the web.

http://www.metalandflesh.com


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Date: Sun, 10 Nov 2002 15:09:36 +0530 (IST)
From: Frederick Noronha <fred@bytesforall.org>
Subject: NEWS: Special issue of Marathi mag on people's movements

Sent: Tuesday, October 29, 2002 4:52 PM
Subject: Special Issue

Special Diwali issue of

ANDOLAN
Marathi Newsmagazine of people's movements, alternative development.

October-November 2002

An in depth analysis of the Culture of Humanity in its various dimensions 
By senior academicians, activists, artists and representatives of young 
generation.

o Medha Patkar sets the theme of the culture and the efforts for an 
alternative development 

o Kishan Patnaik writes on the basics of the Culture, its development,
globalisation and its commercial degeneration.

o Ram Bapat explores the idea of  flow of Indian culture and our 
responsibility.He goes the basic ingredient of culture in a dialectical 
way and reflects on the culture, popular culture in the age
of globalisation.

o Renowned archaeologist, Dr. M.K. Dhavalikar gives new insights about
Environment and Culture from a historical and archaeological perspective.

o Vasant Palshikar explains the idea of 'Swadeshi Samaj' by Rabindranath
Tagore.

o Prof. Yashwant Sumant gives a new perspective on the concept of equality
in Mahatma Gandhi's thought.

o Prof. B.L. Bhole delineates the ill-effects of and questions the 
cynicism on the part of secular people regarding culture and religion.

o Senior journalist V.D. Ranade points out some of the parameters of New
humanitarian culture.

Alongwith:

o Adivasi activist-teacher Kevalsingh Vasave explains the tribal  culture
embedded in the Nature.

o Shelly Anderson from USA, writes  about the Women and peace.

o Prof Shivaji Gaikwad graphically describes the degeneration in
the rural social-economy and culture.

o Senior journalist Sujata Deshmukh cautions about growing  
commercialization and vulgarization of media, and its bias, arrogance. She
questions the agenda of the 'agenda setter'
English-capitalist-metropolitan  media.

o Razia Patel on how to combat the growing culture of communal 
intolerance.

o Sanjay Mangala Gopal on culture of the activists.

o Renowned classical singer Neela Bhagwat on presenting the  progressive
values through her art.

o Senior stage artist Atul Pethe describes the work and life of Dr. Mohan
Deshpande, as a mark of a wonderful cultured person working for health 
literacy.

o Poetry by Mahavir Jondhale, Anil Sonar, Sahshikant Shinde, Sandip Kale.

o Report of discussion specially held on Culture. And  perceptive
articles Renu Gavaskar, Sadhana Dadhich, Indumati Jondhale, Sanjay
Sangvai,Uma Kulkarni, alongwith young activists Tanuja Yelale, Ojas.

Pages 146. Price Rs. 40. Do read, spread the word and order the copies. It
will help a great to  sustain the effort. We will have to evolve
alternative circulation movement for the alternative magazines like
Andolan. 

Suniti S.R.
Executive Editor

Vinay R.R, Deepak Nagnath
Circulation activists.

Contact for copies:

Andolan
Suniti S.R.
6, Shree Raghuraj Society,
118-A, Vitthalwadi Road, Pune- 411030

Phone 020-4251404
andolan@eth.net

Andolan

Most of the important discourses through 'national'  newspapers,
magazines,serious or semi-serious journals are either carried out in
Metropolitan-mostly English speaking circles, or the 'local', 'vernacular'
discourses are margnalized. This results in a paradox, projecting -
unwarrantedly and without any basis-  the opinion of only the elite as the
opinion of 'Indian' people. We in 'Andolan' and National Alliance of
People's Movements are trying to reclaim the territory of the 'national
discourse', where the discourses of the people and organic 
intellectuals/experts and journalists related with the ground situation
and the people become the opinion of India.

Andolan has been focusing on the reporting, analysis and debate on such
important issues of alternative development and politics in national and
international arena every month. From political-social philosophy,
ideology, movements, development politics, economy, arts, books and other
vignettes of life- Andolan is interested in all these aspects. Along with
articles, we specialize in reporting and news analysis of the important
happenings, issues of people's movements all over India. We appeal the
comrades to send such important reporting and analysis to us. Photographs
and graphics with the write-up will be all the more welcome.

We wish that you and other people should contribute in such an
endeavour -through your reporting, writing short articles, analysis,
reviews, interviews and photos, graphics, cartoons etc. It will be nice if
you can send the write-ups in Marathi; in case it is not possible, you may
send it in English or Hindi also. The editorial board will convey you
after selection and inclusion of the matter.




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Date: Mon, 11 Nov 2002 09:50:41 +1000
From: linda carroli <lcarroli@pacific.net.au>
Subject: fAf Nov02: fAf's fabulous 15 years on CD

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fAf November02
fAf's fabulous 15 years on CD

fineArt forum = art + technology netnews
http://www.fineartforum.org
http://www.cdes.qut.edu.au/fineart_online

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 l2.carroli@qut.edu.au with your 
name and postal address. Don't forget, fAf_15 is free. More information can 
be found online.
http://www.fineartforum.org/aboutus/highlights_index.html

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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