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NETTIME'S WEEKLY ANNOUNCER - every friday into your inbox
send your PR to in time!

1...{ brad brace}.........The 12hr ISBN-JPEG Project
2.........................L'IMMAGINE LEGGERA - call
                          for entries (1)
3...V2_Organisatie........DEAF98 - Call
4..."Reclaim Europe!".....PGA - call for global action in Europe
5...Alessandro Ludovico...Neural, Cyberculture Magazine for submissions: Fluid:
                          Deadline 7th April
7...Tamas Banovich........Postmasters Gallery march/april
                          and beyond
8...Thundergulch..........Thundergulch events
9...MM Films..............Visionary Women
10..Frederic Madre........Pleine Peau ~ calle for contributions


Date: Fri, 20 Mar 1998 11:20:02 -0800 (PST)
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> > > > Synopsis: The 12hr-ISBN-JPEG Project began December 30, 1994. A
`round-the-clock posting of sequenced hypermodern imagery from Brad Brace.
The hypermodern minimizes the familiar, the known, the recognizable; it
suspends identity, relations and history.

                       The 12-hour ISBN JPEG Project
                          began December 30, 1994

  Classic Hypermodern Imagery... posted/mailed every 12 hours... perfect
trans-avant-garde memes for the 90`s! A continuum of minimalist masks in
the face of catastrophe; conjuring up transformative metaphors for the
everyday... A poetic reversibility of events...

	A post-rhetorical, continuous, apparently random sequence of
imagery...  genuine gritty, greyscale...  corruptable, compact,
collectable and compelling convergence. The voluptuousness of the grey
imminence: the art of making the other disappear. Continual visual impact;
an optical drumming, sculpted in duration, on the endless present of the

  An extension of the printed ISBN-Book (0-9690745) series... critically
acclaimed... imagery is gradually acquired, selected and re-sequenced over
time...  ineluctable, vertiginous connections. The 12hr dialtone...

                              [ see ]

	Every 12 hours, another!...  view them, re-post `em, save `em,
trade `em, print `em, even publish them...

Here`s how:

~ Set www-links to ->
  Look for the 12-hr-icon. Heavy traffic may require you to specify files
  more than once! Anarchie, Fetch, CuteFTP, TurboGopher...
  Or ->

~ Download from ->  /pub/users/bbrace
  Download from ->  /pub/bb/bbrace
  Download from ->  /users/bbrace
  Download from ->   /pub/users/bbrace
  Download from ->  /users/bbrace
  * Remember to set tenex or binary. Get 12hr.jpeg

~ E-mail -> If you only have access to email, then you can use FTPmail to
  do essentially the same thing. Send a message with a body of 'help' to the
  server address nearest you:
  bitftp@plearn.bitnet			bitftp@dearn.bitnet		bitftp@pucc.bitnet
  *					*

~ Mirror-sites requested! Archives too!
  The latest new jpeg will always be named, 12hr.jpeg
  Average size of images is only 45K.
  Perl program to mirror ftp-sites/sub-directories:

~ Postings to usenet newsgroups:

* * Ask your system's news-administrator to carry these groups!
  (There are also usenet image browsers: TIFNY, PluckIt, Picture Agent,
    Extractor97, NewsRover, Binary News Assistant)

~ This interminable, relentless sequence of imagery began in earnest on
December 30, 1994. The basic structure of the project has been over
twenty-four years in the making. While the specific sequence of
photographs has been presently orchestrated for more than 12 years` worth
of 12-hour postings, I will undoubtedly be tempted to tweak the ongoing
publication with additional new interjected imagery. Each 12-hour posting
is like the turning of a page; providing ample time for reflection,
interruption, and assimilation.

~ The sites listed above also contain information on other cultural
projects and sources.

~ A very low-volume, moderated mailing list for announcements and
occasional commentary related to this project has been established. Send
e-mail to: /subscribe 12hr-isbn-jpeg

-- This project has not received government art-subsidies. Some
opportunities still exist for financially assisting the publication of a
CD-ROM archive of sequenced 12hr-ISBN-JPEG imagery. There's some
possibility of editions of large prints; perhaps (Iris) inkjet duotones on
newsprint! Other supporters receive rare copies of the first three
web-offset printed ISBN-Books.

Jpeg and gif are types of image files. Get the text-file, 'pictures-faq'
to learn how to view or translate these images.

(c) No copyright 1995,1996,1997,1998  <>


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Dear friend,
the third edition of

         L ' I M M A G I N E   L E G G E R A

will take place in Palermo, October 2-10, 1998.

- International Videoart Competition (the only one in Italy)
- International Competition for CD-Rom
is on JULY 31st, 1998.

The same deadline is valid also for
- the Prix "Vulcano" (for an Italian Video)
- the Section Radio Plays (Italian spoken)

Starting from next Friday (27th March) you will find the new Competition
Rules as well as a downloadable Entry Form on our new Homepage:

We'll send entry forms by snail-mail to our mailing list as well.
If you'd like to receive the catalogue of the past edition, or to be
included in our mailing list, please contact us (

Best regards

3rd International Videoart, Film and Media Festival - Palermo
Casella Postale 136 (P.O.Box)
I-90133 Palermo

Tel: +39-(0)91-696.17.40
Fax: +39-(0)91-611.16.82

Festival staff: Alessandro Rais (director),
		  Marcello Alajmo, Ignazio Plaia, Maurizio Spadaro

old URL:
next new URL:



Date: Mon, 16 Mar 1998 09:40:03 +0100
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.............. DEAF98 - The Unreliability of Accidents ...................
.................. Rotterdam, 17 - 29 November 1998 ......................

DEAF, the Dutch Electronic Art Festival, is a bi-annual event that deals
with the inter-relations between art, technology and society. Through its
presentation of independent and interdisciplinary artistic and scientific
projects, DEAF seeks to stimulate a critical discussion about social,
political and aesthetic developments in new media.

................. Theme: The Unreliability of Accidents ..................
DEAF98 deals with concepts of time and space, and with their significance
for the organisation of virtual environments. The festival investigates
the material, the design and the artistic realisation of the linkage
between digital spaces and network environments on the one hand, and our
actual living environments on the other. DEAF98 approaches this topic not
from the perspective of smooth, supple merging of material and virtual
worlds, but from the perspective of the accident, of friction and rupture
which are necessary elements of any technical reality. Thus, the festival
also inquires how complex social relations, individual actions and new
forms of identity, take shape at the intersection between the technical
and social reality.
DEAF98 stimulates a critical consciousness of the transformation and the
makeability of the spatio-temporal framework within which we are
constructing our social and cultural identities. Notions of time and space
are related to ideological models which inform the architectural creation
of social and cultural spaces, whether material or virtual. Earlier ideas
of the linear rationality of time and space have, in the 20th century,
been superceded by a critical world picture in which uncontrollability,
non-linearity and unpredictability have come to play an increasing role.
There is a clear sense of the 'time-space discontinuum' which is becoming
visible and which can be shaped in virtual spaces and electronic network
The modernist aesthetics of the smoothness, order and regulation and
seriality is countered by a re-evaluation of an 'aesthetics of
heterogeneity'. In relation to the conceptualisation of time and space,
this means: non-euclidian spaces, vertigo, unexpected events, and the
acceptance of all sorts of accidents.

.... Co-operations between architecture and art: TransArchitectures-03 ...
DEAF98 will explore the specific qualities of network environments and
real and virtual worlds through interdisciplinary projects of artists,
architects and scientists. Under the title TransArchitectures, a series of
topics from current debates in architecture will become part of the
The notion of 'TransArchitectures' (Markos Novak) derives from a
theoretical discussion among architects and designers who, influenced by
the practical design work with computer technologies, are developing new
concepts of time, space, form, structure, construction, etc. In two
earlier TransArchitectures conferences, these concepts were extensively
discussed, and presented in an exhibition. TransArchitectures is not a
demonstration of the populist distinction between 'bits & bricks', between
material and immaterial, or real and virtual. TransArchitectures is based
on the assumption that they are inseparabe and that they have to be
actively fused. It is not only about the use of the computer in
architecture, but about a reconceptualisation of design, and about the
shift from 'form and space' to 'process, field and agency'.

.............................. Programme .................................
The projects presented during DEAF98 deal with questions that touch upon
this discussion from the perspective of art and media technology.
TransArchitectures can imply cross-fertilisation and merger, as well as
friction between art and architecture, aspects which will be explored in
different parts of the festival.
DEAF98 inquires the possibilities of interfacing real urban spaces with
the translocal networks. It asks what this new intersection means for the
development of the public sphere and what the possibilities of individual
agency are in the 'interfacial zone'. And it proposes artistic,
architectural and trans-architectural models for approaching this
These include exhibitions and installations, Internet projects, projects
at specific locations in Rotterdam, a symposium, workshops, presentations,
concerts, and performances. In a book publication, the cross-over between
art, architecture, science, technology and society initiated by the
festival will find yet another manifestation.

............................... Invitation ...............................
We invite considered suggestions for art projects and other contributions
in different formats (installation, Internet projects, CD-ROM,
performance, presentation, etc.) that are related to the theme of DEAF98.
Please, send brief outlines of your suggestions to <> or to the
address below, and we will get in touch with you should we require further
***--------------------> Deadline: 15 April 1998 <---------------------***

.............................. Contact ...................................
Eendrachtsstraat 10
NL - 3012 XL Rotterdam
tel: +31.10.404.6427
fax: +31.10.4128562


From: "Reclaim Europe!" <>
To: "PGA"<>, "Europ. PGA"<>,
        "PGA new UK"<>,
        "PGA new Europ."<>
Date: Wed, 18 Mar 1998 13:29:33 +0000
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Geneva 27th February 1998



European participants at the Peoples' Global Action Conference call
for  decentralised and co-ordinated actions 26th April - 18th May
against  undemocratic international economic institutions,
corporations andgovernments  promoting economic globalisation.

Together with people s movements from all continents, we have gathered
in  Geneva 23rd to 25th February to discuss joint actions against
WTO (World Trade  Organisation), "free" trade and corporate rule. We
feel anger when witnessing  the devastating social and environmental
effects of globalisation promoted by  WTO and other similar
institutions like International Monetary Fund, IMF, The  World Bank,
regional banks like the European Bank for Reconstruction and
Development (EBRD), regional "free"trade agreements like NAFTA, APEC
and EU as  well as transnational corporations, TNCs. We have joined
with teachers hungerstriking against privatisation of all public
education in Argentina,  Ogoni and other peoples in Nigeria
struggling for their survival against the  disastrous impacts of
Shell s operation , farmers struggling against  globalisation in
India, Philippines, Norway, Honduras, France, Spain,  Bangladesh,
Senegal and other countries, students fighting against the
repression of striking workers in Ukraine, Dockers from Liverpool and
postal  workers from Canada, other trade unionists,
environmentalists, anti- racists, women's rights activists, peace
mobilisers, animal rights activists  and other people from all over
the world.

The result was a global call for decentralised actions all around the
world  against WTO, in connection with the Ministerial Conference at
the 50th  anniversary of the  free  trade agreement GATT/WTO.
Peoples' Global Action  call for protest including non violent civil
disobedience and the  construction of local alternatives as answers to
the action of governments  and corporations.

At European level we invite different social sectors  to join  forces,
 exchange information and co-ordinate international actions in
Eastern,  Western, Southern, and Northern Europe. There is a need of
mutual  strengthening of struggles for social justice and the
environment. We invite your organisation to participate in one or more
of the following  international actions:

1st  May :  Broad social mobilisation against Economic and
MonetaryUnion, EMU,  and its economic, social and environmental
consequences, parallel to the extraordinary EU summitand  other EU
meetings (1st to 3rd May), where a decision will be taken onthe
countries that will join the Euro. Trade unions and movements
of unemployed in  many countries are already involved in this
initiative. Contact address :  Movement Against the Europe of
Maastricht and Economic Globalisation, Tudescos 4, 3a ext.
decha., 28004 Madrid, Spain, tel.: +34-1-5219346,
fax: +34-1-5717108,  email:

18th May : Global Anti-WTO Day. Parallel to the 2nd
MinisterialConference in  Geneva (18th-20th May). Mass protest in
Geneva, Europe and all around the world (i.e. 500.000people  are
expected to be mobilised in India). For more information :

You can also participate in the following activities:

26th April : Chernobyl Action Day !

8th to 12th  May: Actions at the EBRD (European Bank for
Reconstructionand  Development) offices all around Europe, during
their annual meeting in Kiev / Ukraine and alsoduring  the Chernobyl
Action Day. The Bank has been primarily occupied inprivatising
(shifting control from government to corporate) wholesectors of
nations  economies. The Bank serves a mechanism that imposesthe
Western economic  development model in Central and Eastern Europe.The
Bank currently pushes for  nuclear power development in the interestof
Western corporations. Contact address:  Za Zemiata (For the earth) -
CEE Bankwatch, PO Box975,  Sofia 1000, Bulgaria, Tel/fax
+359-2-658216, email: and also: Rainbow Keepers, PO
Box 322, Kiev 252 187, Ukraine, tel:+38044-263- 4954 tel/fax.:
+38044-550-60-68, email:

2nd to 16th May : A Caravan of bicycles will travel from
Frankfurt(Germany)  to the WTO Ministerial Conference in Geneva.
Theme:  Money orLife ? Which  side are you on ?  .  The Caravan will
inform and mobilisepeople, organise  actions and public activities
visiting groups on theway. Contact address: WIWA Wendland c/o Abraxas,
Marschtorstr. 56, D- 29451Dannenberg, Germany, Tel.: +49-5862-7460 or
+49-5842-247  fax: +49-5861- 2527 , email:

16th May : Global Street Party. Thousands of people in cities
around Europe  and other parts of the world will simultaneously be
dancing onthe streets  transforming privatised enclosed space into
Festivals of Resistance against  the car and fossil fuel industry,
Economic Globalisation and Corporate Rule.   Contact address: Reclaim
the Streets! PO Box 9656 , London N4 4JY, UK, tel.:  +44-171-2814621,

12th -16th June:  Reclaim Europe! when the EU leaders decide of the
peoples' fate inside the exclusion zone. Counter Summit (workshops/
discussions to advance campaigning, international strategy &
co-operation), demos, music.... in  Cardiff / Wales.
 Contact: Reclaim Europe!, 1B Waterlow Rd, London N19 5NJ,
Tel.: +44-171-272- 9333, Fax +44-171-5610800, and (to both please)
Web: 5581/

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from: SET (Sustainable Europe Tour)  <>

Reclaim Europe!

1 B Waterlow Rd, London N19 5NJ, UK
Tel:  +44-171-272 9333
Fax:  +44-171-561 0800

If urgent, you can also try Isabelle on tel: +44-171-639 3154

Email: and (both please)
Web site:

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Reclaim Europe! is an umbrella organisation for the
coordination of environmental, human and animal
rights campaigns and events at the Eurosummit/June 98
in Cardiff, Wales
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Date: Mon, 23 Mar 1998 00:58:44 +0100 (ITA)
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Subject: Neural, Cyberculture Magazine


NEURAL is an indipendent quarterly printed magazine, in Italian, about the
digital culture at large.

Neural Online
A biweeekly online supplement to the magazine
Neural Station
Every wednsday from 22:30 to 23:30
Electronic music and digital culture news bits
aired on Controradio Bari (Popolare Network) 97.3 Mhz

Issue 11

> Exclusive

> Free


Hacking in Progress 97, three days into the future,
Cyber.Sex: Censor Life, News, Pretty Good Pornography,
Share.Ware: BugEyes, Mac Hal 9000 Kit, Egg, Government, Stego, Om, Invaders,
Industrial Architecture: agony of the urban places,
Techno-culture: reviews: CD-ROM: Clicking In, Paper Pecola, Cosmopolitan
Virtual Makeover, ZINE: Dataphile, 3D Artist VIDEO: Robert McChesney takes
on Media Globalization, Ghost in the Shell BOOKS: Dallo sciamano al raver,
Traveller e Raver, La Chiesa del Subgenius, Odori, Release 2.0, Tutto e'
uno, Ultra donne, La vita sullo schermo, Sesto Potere, Guerra e pace nel
villaggio globale, .
Tokyo: Special Report,

Inter.Libri reviews: BOOKS: Webonomics, Internet per fans, Architects of
the web, My Own Private Internet, Secrets of the Super Searchers, Where
wizards stay up late,
E-mail, a user guide,
Spam Wars!,

Music.Bits reviews: CD-ROM: Chillas, Sound Toys, LIBRI: The Love Parade
Family Book ZINE: Resonance, Faqt, VIDEO: X-MIX Deep Space Radio
Audio signals music reviews (jungle, trip-hop, intelligent techno, ambient,
drum 'n' bass, experimental),
Govinda, afflatus of a millenial spirit,
Coldcut interview
Autechre interview
Wax, 12inch reviews

Art.Design.Photo reviews BOOK: Arte Postale, Escape from Catatonia,
Browser, Website Graphics, 24 Hours in Cyberspace CD-ROM: infoART,
Art.Rom (Databank of the Everyday, The Electronic Disturbance, The Land of
Time, Photo Museum, Mnemonic Notations V, Probing into Science, Planet of
Lifeware: mutual co-evolution and free will, by T.Tozzi

Orion, universes makers, sf news,
reviews: BOOK: Fuoco Sacro, Headcrash - Fuori di Testa, Cyber Movies,
Decade CD-ROM Sinkha VIDEO: Johnny Mnemonic, L'Esercito delle 12 Scimmie.
WIlliam Gibson interview,
Escape from metropolis: Fifth Element and the metrpolitan science fiction
U.F.O.: Crash made in Italy.

On sale at the Feltrinelli Italian bookstores.


NEURAL - via Palmieri 31 - 70125 Bari
Tel. - Fax 080/5021595 * e-mail

Alessandro Ludovico
Neural Online -


Date: Mon, 23 Mar 1998 01:58:52 GMT
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Subject: Call for submissions: Fluid: Deadline 7th April.

Call for submissions: Fluid: Deadline 7th April.

Fluid : 10 years out of the freezer.

Fluid : an artists' initiative open exhibition of contemporary art to be
held in London in November 1998: 10 years after 'freeze'.

The exhibition aims to map changes in the contemporary art pratice in the
10 years that have followed the rise of the Young British Artist.

Fluid will select 20 artists working in Britain to exhibit within the space
and a further 5 for the website. Submissions that include web/installation
components are welcome. Interest from writers and graphic designers is also

If you would like to be aprt of fluid please send the following;

1. URL's of your work (slides, video's and ROM's should be sent to the
address at the bottom  of this posting).
2. A one page CV.
3. 200 word statement about your pratice.
4. A cheque for 5 made out to 'Fluid Association' mailed to the address
below. (non-refundable).
5. SAE for return of slides/video/ROM.

Mail to:

Fluid Exhibition
c/o 41 Fairlawn Mansions
New Cross Road
New Cross Gate
London SE14 5PJ



Date: Mon, 23 Mar 1998 09:50:08 +0100 (CET)
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As always, we are trying to send you only information you want, if you have
any problem with this mailing please let us know.

Postmasters Gallery resumes it's online programing information. In this

1.   Inauguration of our new evening series,first evening :THIS WEDNESDAY,
MARCH 25 at 7pm
         THE NET and PANDEMONIUM       never before shown in the US !!
(more below)

2.   USEFOOL    new exhibition at Postmasters, starting this Saturday
March 28 trough April 25
	        JOVI SCHNELL   ROMAN SIGNER   FRANZ WEST   (more below)

3.    The Hole is alive and well. Coming:  Barbara Gallucci, Amy Hauft,
Mungo Thomson,
                                                           Fred Tomaselli,
Roxy Paine

Bill Gates, Bruce Sterling, Marvin Minsky....all appear in The Net, a
series (now in its third season) produced by Illuminations for the BBC. A
cross between a documentary and magazine, the award winning series has
never been aired on American TV.
By special arrangement with Illuminations and John Wyver (its director), we
have arranged to screen selected episodes of The Net along with
Pandemonium, a startling look at Robotics and Performance and including
Stelarc, Survival Research Labs and others working on the edge between the
technology and the body.
With this inaugural evening, we hope to initiate an on-going series of
evenings focused on presenting works that will include original videos,
documentary works, CD-ROM, screen, and network media. Aside from "curated"
evenings we are hoping to extend the series into "open" evenings in which
works in progress can find a receptive, responsive and , hopefully, raucaus
The Net will be screened on March 25 at 7pm. We will have in place by then
a preliminary schedule for the series and plan to have it fully running by
the Fall.

$3     Bring a pillow, we have no chairs yet.        Special credit to Tim

Exhibition at Postmasters Gallery titled     USEFOOL   March 28 - April 25,1998

An international group show of works in all media exploring the idea of Use
and Function, and  the relationship of Cause and Effect. Rational,
real-life application of form following function and of action being
followed by response is challenged. Method and madness converge. Paintings,
collages, photographs, sculptures, video and digital projects in this
exhibition all navigate towards the absurd yet remain perfectly logical.
Presumed innocent by reason of insanity is proven guilty.


The upcoming series of installations in The Hole - Postmasters' monthly
project formatted in the tradition of Duchamp's "Etant Donnes" - has been
curated by Shannon R. Helms.
Inaugurating the series is a project by Barbara Gallucci titled "Flood Bed
Basin". Built around a functioning waterfall, the installation is a warped
domestic environment. With the view slightly blurred by running water, the
architecture and scale of the space inside becomes ambiguous. The discreet,
realistic sound of the waterfall makes for soothing yet dysfunctional
The subsequent artists in this series are: Amy Hauft, Mungo Thomson, Fred
Tomaselli, Roxy Paine

( The Hole is a 1 1/2" diameter hole in the wall of the Gallery with some
space behind it. We are inviting artists, based on their proposals to make
an installation for this specific situation.)

Postmasters Gallery, located in Soho at 80 Greene Street, is open Tuesday
through Saturday 11am to 6 pm. Please contact Magdalena Sawon with any
questions or requests that you might have.

phone:	212-941-5711
fax:	212-431-4679


Date: Mon, 23 Mar 1998 11:13:23 -0500
From: Thundergulch <>
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T H U N D E R G U L C H, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's initiative
devoted to arts and technology, returns with a newly revised
 S E R I E S @ The New York Information Technology Center, 55 Broad Street, NYC

R E M I N D E R  R E M A I N I N G  M A R C H  E V E N T S ! ! !

T U E S D A Y ,  M A R C H  2 6 / 3:30 PM :
The Governor's Conference on Arts & Technology
Circuits @ NYS: The Arts in a Digital Age : Special event @ the wall
features work by some of the statewide artists presenting their work at the
conference taking place at the Palisades Conference Center, Palisades, NY
from March 27-29.

T U E S D A Y ,  M A R C H  3 1 / 6:30 P M : ACT (Art Culture Technology)
presents work by artist Jenny Marketou (in conjunction with her
installation, TransLocal/Camp in My Tent at Snug Harbor Cultural Center);
video works by Lucy Orta; and selections from Cynthia Goodman's CD-ROM,
From Video to Virtual Reality.	Jenny Marketou and Cynthia Goodman will be
here to present their work.

55 Broad Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10004
tel (212) 634-9660
fax (212) 634-9664


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Hi Everyone !
I just wanted to let you know that I have a series of interviews up this week
on the site It's called Visionary Women and features
interviews with Carolee Schneeman; Suzanne Fiol; Nicola Tyson; Beth B; Jo
Andres and Isis Rodriguez.  You can download clips from their films, and of
course, you get to see images of their latest creations.

If you're interested go to down to the Women's
Zone...and click on Visionary Women.

Bye ,  Michelle Handelman


Date: Thu, 26 Mar 1998 17:44:53 +0100
From: Frederic Madre <>
Subject: Pleine Peau ~ call for contributions
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Scarfaces, Scarasses, Scarhearts, hey Scarlets and Scarbuds !

Could you come into the light and share not only your natural born scars,
but give us also a scare about the ones acquired on your own? Indulge us
with your slashes, gashes, scratches, pimples and burns via words, photos,
or drawings in short cut or deep brief rubs.

Domestic accidents, sequels of terrorism, food wounds and peppered flying
glass: all forms of unforgettable mishaps welcome!

Knife paintings and keloid writings are eagerly anticipated. All will be
featured along with a special hard exhibition by porculus "friars of the
blade" : salted, sweet, anyway like greased ligthning razor, ash covered
for never never never, never to heal. To be wrapped up in oneself &
vulnerant omnes ultima necat.

And remember, in english 'Pleine Peau' means 'full leather' for men and
'solid fur' for women.

Send all material, in the language of your choice, to before April 15, tentative publication date is
set for May 1!

en francais:
bah, a quoi bon: contactez-nous...

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