Monday, September 23, 1996
A biweekly newsletter about artnetweb
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Greetings from artnetweb:
We're no Fred Astaire but couldn't say no when Adrianne
Wortzel asked "Shall We Dance" last Friday afternoon from
the ISEA Conference in Rotterdam via CuSeeMe. A bevy of
New York wallflowers crowded into the Pseudo Online studios
to digitally tango with a panel at the conference as well
as the MUU Media Lab in Helsinki, the Vancouver Film School,
the University of Iowa and the Cooper Union and Lehman
College in New York. Our end included Matthew Drutt of the
Guggenheim, Creative Time's Carol Stakemas, Remo Campopiano
and artists Ebon Fisher, Heather Wagner, Peter Sinclair,
Hafsa Ibrahim and Jeff Gompertz. Even Josh Harris, head
honcho of Pseudo, dropped by for a twirl. GH Hovagimyan and
Robbin Murphy were the Art Dirt chaperons with the help of
Galinsky, Dan, Janice and the whole Pseudo crew.
We didn't know quite what to do at first as the various
locations appeared in their little CuSeeMe windows. But
improvisation quickly took over and a web jam soon got cooking.
By the end of the two hours everyone felt energized by a
sensation of global connectivity that was both familiar and
entirely new. We can't explain what happened but we all
agree we're looking forward to the next "Dance."
SHALL WE DANCE?: http://artnetweb.com/theoricon/isea/
As always we invite your comments and suggestions.
Our general email address is:
Remo Campopiano | email@example.com
Robbin Murphy | firstname.lastname@example.org
For up-to-date listings of art funding check out
The Art DEADLINES List
Marek Walczak is now in charge of the VRML pages and he's
uploaded some of his examples:
You'll need a VRML enabled browser to view them. Mac PowerPC
users can now download a new, working version of the Live 3D
artnetweb has teamed with the giant Amazon.com to open
our own online bookstore. Yes, we admit it, we still read
ink smeared on smashed trees. If you have favorite books you
think others should know about send the title, author and
a short reason why you like it and we'll put it on the shelf
(if it's available through Amazon -- they have millions
of books so it probably is).
A simple version of the site is up now and will grow as we
find out what people are interested in. Reach it through the
READINGS section or go directly to:
Send your book suggestions to: email@example.com
ART DIRT ON PSEUDO RADIO
G.H. HOVAGIMYAN'S ART DIRT RealAudio program
can be heard live every Thursday at 4:00 or
at any time from the archives.
September 19: Guests are Susan Hoeltzel, publisher, and
Robert Atkins, editor of the online art quarterly "Talkback"
September 20: Special "Shall We Dance" Cuseeme
conference with Matthew Drutt, Ebon Fisher, Peter Sinclair,
Heather Wagner, Floating Point Unit and others in New York
connecting with ISEA in Rotterdam, University of Iowa,
Vancouver Film School and John Hopkins in Finland.
NEW YORK SCULPTURE CENTER ON-LINE SCULPTURE COURSE
Through the DIAL distanced learning program of The New
School for Social Learning in New York
2412 : On-line 9 weeks, Oct. 21 thru Dec. 22. NoncreditStudents learn to use Mastercam for Windows, a premiere
tuition $450; this course is not available for credit.
Instructor: Robert Michael Smith
CAD/CAM program (specially discounted for enrolled
students), to construct plans for their own designs
of 3-D objects and to develop tool path files for CNC milling.
For more information about this class and/or ordering the student
discounted version of Mastercam Design contact Robert:
Check out these sites:
Sculpture Center http://www.artnetweb.com/sculpctr
DIAL Program http://www.dialnsa.edu
Robert Smith http://www.artnetweb.com/slidereg/smith/smith_00.html
UNSPEAKABLE PRACTICES III - PROVIDENCE, RI
The Program in Creative Writing at Brown University
is holding the third in its series of vanguard narrative
festivals, "Unspeakable Practices III," on the main
campus from October 1 to 5. All events are free and open
to the public. Further information is available from the
Program in Creative Writing, 57 Waterman,
Providence, RI 02912, tel. (401) 863-3260.
PERFORMANCE CONFERENCE - BASEL
On september 29 the 'performance conference' will take place at
the 'Filiale Basel' on Kannenfeldstreet 22 in Basel, Switzerland,
a one day event that deals theoretically and artistically with
Performance Art. This event will be connected with simultaneously
happening events in Cologne, Germany, and Nove Zamky, Slovakia.
CLASSES IN VRML 2.0 and HTML - NEW YORK CITY
426 Broome Street, NYC
For information about cost and scheduling contact:
or call (212) 925-1885
A grab bag of good things we found on
the Web. New finds are added daily in our
Swedish hackers vs American spymasters.
Lock Down USA
The American prison industry and Criminal
Justice System. From Deepdish TV.
Graphic Design in Contemporary Culture exhibit
at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum.
Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art Amsterdam
Information about exhibitions in the extensive
and world famous art collection.
A collaborative project conceptualized and produced
by Victoria Vesna.
Hypertext journal from Eastgate Systems.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Satellite Observations of Forest Fires
From The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Ocean Remote Sensing Group.
Statements and records of more than 80 performance
artists and theoricians.
Electronic version of Computers and the History
of Art Journal.
A CyberJournal by this portrait photographer, including
her out-of-print "Elsa's Housebook."
Slovenian art collective.
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