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Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Gerald Ganglbauer on Saturday, December 8, 2001 - 07:26 pm:

New [gangart-awards] for Arts Websites

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New awards for bilingual or multicultural arts
& culture sites on the Net.
Neue Auszeichnung für zwei- oder
mehrsprachige Kunst & Kulturseiten am Net.
---

See PDF or site for details. | Einzelheiten im
PDF oder online.
http://www.gangart.com/media/gangart-
awards.pdf
http://www.gangart.com/


Further news for list only. | Weitere News nur
auf Anfrage.
To participate, send email to:
gangart-awards-subscribe@yahoogrou
ps.co

m
or submit your email address on our site.

Feel free to forward this information to the
writers/arts community.
Freigegeben zur Weiterleitung and alle Kunst-
und Kulturschaffenden.


Regards | Gruesse
Gerald Ganglbauer


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By About Vision on Friday, November 23, 2001 - 10:56 am:

CALL FOR ENTRIES - JURIED COMPETITION

GALLERY 14
Golden Square London W1

ABOUT VISION COMPETITION & EXHIBITION

Entries will close for About Vision on 20th December 2001


The selectors panel for ABOUT VISION are;-

Nicola Togneri - Marlborough Fine Art Gallery Mayfair London
Duncan Evans - Editor - Digital Camera User
Danielle Arnaud - The Danielle Arnaud Gallery London
Dr Nancy Proctor - thegallerychannel.com - the International arts portal

The selectors will be looking for a progressive use of new media that
includes 3d Imaging, Sculpture, Digital Fine Arts, mixed media painting and/or Multimedia
"surround sound and senses" installations.


ABOUT VISION @ GALLERY 14

The Exhibition and Competition has been initiated to support creative talent
that is contemporary and technology inspired.

To offer a showcase in a sought after W1 location - London's Fashionable
Golden Square at the newly launched GALLERY 14 owned by The Global Cafe.

The Global Cafe, London's leading Internet Cafe/Bar, is located in Golden
Square at the heart of media land, it hosts some of the most exciting
multi-media events around providing hyper-fast Internet access via its
networked PC's.
It has aquired a reputation as a quality corporate venue for press briefs,
product launches, film screenings, photo shoots, poetry readings, revue
shows and showcases ever-changing contemporary arts exhibitions. It has
pioneered the use of Internet Broadcasting, leading to its participation in
many high profile media events. http://www.globalcafe.net

GALLERY 14 is it's recently acquired and exciting new venue that will
exhibit leading works of art and technology from around the world, working
at the cutting edge of fine art, design and new media.


For application forms and entry details - e-mail entries@refocus-now.co.uk

http://www.refocus-now.co.uk/Pages/Home

Closing Date 20th December
Entries can be submiited as VHS Video, Photographic Prints, Computer Prints
or JPEGS.
£10 per item


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Art in Motion on Thursday, November 1, 2001 - 03:20 pm:

ART IN MOTION: THE INTERNATIONAL
FESTIVAL OF TIME-BASED MEDIA
PRESENTED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SCHOOL OF FINE
ARTS

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT COMPETITION
CALL FOR ENTRIES

Deadline: JANUARY 15, 2002
Entry is FREE
Entry form and further details:
http://www.usc.
edu/aim

Contact: aim@usc.edu

THE AIM FESTIVAL
AIM, in partnership with the Museum of
Contemporary Arts, Los Angeles, presents
Luna Park: a series of critical inquiries into
the
crucial issues raised by the nexus of art,
technology, entertainment and activism in the
context of globalization and the rising
privatization of culture. At the core of this
debate is the ascendance of entertainment
and our ubiquitous, and largely unquestioned,
fascination with the spectacular.

Titled in reference to the world's first modern
amusement park AIM III: Luna Park takes
place January – April 2002, and consists of a
series of dynamic lectures, culminating in a
two-day symposium, an International Student
Competition and exhibition, and a number of
related events. Further festival details:
www.usc.edu/aim

THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENT
COMPETITION
AIM III seeks student entries for its
International Student Competition. The
selected entries will be hosted by AIM in an
online exhibition, featured in an exhibition at
USC, and will become part of the select pool
of works that AIM draws on when touring
internationally. Prizes, including the $1000
USC SOFA Award, will be awarded by a
distinguished jury including: designer, writer,
researcher, and performer Brenda Laurel, and
author, researcher, and curator Erkki
Huhtamo.

Submission Criteria: Works must be
'time-based' and created by a student, of any
age, working in any discipline. Works should
also be capable of exhibition on the Internet,
and address the festival theme. AIM defines
'time-based' to include: websites, Internet
projects, film, video, digital video, hand-drawn
and digital animation, interactive computer
games, sound pieces, digital media,
CD-ROMs, and DVDs - as well as various
emerging hybrids that elude traditional
categorization. All entries must be completed
after October 1, 1999, and be complete
enough for on-line presentation at the time of
submission. All entries must be postmarked
no later than January 15, 2002.

How to Enter: Submission to AIM is free.
Submit copies of projects (no originals
please) in the form of a DVD, VCD, VHS
(NTSC), Macintosh CD-ROM, or a URL, as
appropriate. Other formats can be
accommodated by prior arrangement with AIM.
ENTRY FORM AND FURTHER INFORMATION
AT:
http://www.usc.
edu/aim

CONTACT:
aim@usc.edu


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Isabella Bresci on Wednesday, October 17, 2001 - 07:00 am:

On November 22 in Torino will be held the first edition of Torino Digital
Clip Festival,
an innovative review on digital art in Italy.

At the end of this message you will find a short press notice. In
attachement you can find the festival trade mark.

For further information you can contact us by phone at + 39 (0) 11
354782 or at this e-mail address.

We send our best wishes,

Michele Calvano
president of Associazione Digital Art


TORINO DIGITAL CLIP FESTIVAL - Press realise October 16, 2001

On November 22 will be held the first edition of Torino Digital Clip
Festival,
a review dedicated to web art and video digital art.

The festival, one of the first of this kind in Europe to promote productions
of young artists and fans of the net,
will be held at Cinema Etoile during the days of Torino Film Festival.

Partecipation is open to individual artists and groups.
The videoclips will be accepted if digitally elaborated and can be sent also
by e-mail.

The review is non competitive and it is divided in three categories: shorts,
medium
and large. Works made of more than one clip, at least 30 seconds long, will
be also accepted.

The clip works must be mailed on CD-ROM to:

Associazione Digital Art
via Boston 5
10137 Torino
Italia
or to: info@digitalclip.it
within Monday, November 12, 2001.

Regulations, entry requirements and many other information on
the world of digital art at: www.digitalclip.it


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Marius on Tuesday, September 18, 2001 - 01:39 am:

http://www.xoz.net

an online artproject since 1997


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Haricom on Wednesday, May 9, 2001 - 07:20 am:

Hi. My name is Young Jay Lee, art critic in Seoul, who is interested in Web art.
In my site,
http://www.haricom.net, there is web art section.
First, you choose English, then you see menu below. Find Web art, and click it.
Now I am collecting Web arts. I don't create Web art by myself. I choose, arrange, write articles on web arts. That is the same function as real art museum does in off-line,curating.

As for web art, I still collect one artist, a Korean cute lady's 6 works.

Please visit my site and give your opinion whatever.

Thanks.


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By duggiefields on Sunday, April 22, 2001 - 07:21 am:

DUGGIE FIELDS
www.duggiefields.com

featuring in BBC television Open University
season fall 2001 presented by Mariella
Frostrup

LESS IS LESS - MORE OR LESS

Duggie Fields's dayglo post-pop paintings are
instantly recognisable. Despite his concern
with the identity-dissolving impact of mass
media on the contemporary psyche, Fields
manages to sustain a coherent signature
style that is as flamboyantly dysfunctional as it
is cool and simple.
Applying overdriven colour and stripped down
cartoon-ish drawing to produce mutant
variations on classical poses and genres,
Fields' work scrambles categories, freaked
out and flatline, delirious and deadpan all at
once.
Combining elements from disparate cultural
and historical vocabularies, Fields' paintings
look like stained glass windows for some
cathedral of modern Media. The artist's manic
imagination throws up deranged icon
paintings, casual violence erupting out of ritual
and kitsch.
Promiscuous and dangerously volatile, Field's
multiverse is a place where ballroom dancing
and comic book mutilation intersect. Nothing
in Western culture is safe from Fields, for as
the artist argues in his 'MAXIMALism'
manifesto of 1995, digital media has rendered
history part of a continuous present.
Fields confronts us with the (sur)reality of an
infinitely malleable, perpetually mediated
world.
The new media of the digital age allow 'infinite
opportunities for new synthetic constructs',
writes Fields. 'We are of necessity the
Primitives of a New Sensibility, born in the
Virtual Age.' "
Fields graduated from Chelsea School of Art
in London in 1968. After Minimal, Conceptual
and Constructivist phases he arrived at a
more hard-edge post-Pop figuration. In 1983
the Shiseido Corporation in Tokyo created a
gallery specially for his show, and Fields and
his work were featured in a simultaneous
national television, magazine, billlboard and
subway advertising campaign.
He started working with digital media in the
late 1990's describing his work in progress as
Maximalist.

BEN SEYMOUR , BRITART.COM april 20001


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Susan Finley on Tuesday, April 10, 2001 - 08:15 pm:

The characters from "The Lizzys" in the kids wings can be seen in a new story "Lizzy and Gordon Visit the Sculpture Garden" at the National Gallery of Art's new kids' web site.

Please visit. It's at http://www.nga.gov/kids

click on the Lizzy and Gordon button with the giant Oldenburg typewriter eraser.


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Tommy on Thursday, February 15, 2001 - 10:38 am:

Digital Photo Collage:
http://ergocise.com/tc/dpc.html


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Sarika Ravindran on Wednesday, January 24, 2001 - 05:06 pm:

The University of Southern California, School of Fine Arts announces its second international festival of time-based media, Art In Motion II (AIM II) from Thursday- Saturday, February 15, 16, 17, 2001. Presented in collaboration with the Santa Monica Museum of Art, the three-day festival will address the theme of "The Vanishing Author?" in a juried exhibition and screening a symposium, and an educational outreach program. Time-based media includes, film, video, digital video, animation, sound pieces, CD Roms, websites, installations and performances. Entry is free and open to all. For more information visit us at: www.usc.edu/aim or contact us at: aim@usc.edu

Details on AIM II are as follows:


Event Schedule:

Symposium ¡V ¡§The Vanishing Author?¡¨
Thursday, February 15, 2001
6.30-10.00pm
Gin D Wong. FAIA Conference Center
Harris Hall
Exposition Blvd. @Watt Way
USC University Park Campus,
Los Angeles, CA 90089
Symposium moderated by: Christiane Robbins - media artist and associate professor with the USC School of Fine Arts

¡PScreenings ¡V Films, videos, digital videos, animations
Friday February 16, 2001
11am-6pm
The Annenberg Auditorium
USC Annenberg School for Communication
Watt Way@ Helman Way
USC University Park Campus
Los Angeles CA 90089

¡PThe WebAd TV Art In Motion Exhibition
Includes, installations, games, websites CD-Roms, sound pieces.
Thursday-Friday-Saturday, February 16-18, 2001
11am ¡V6pm
Santa Monica Museum of Art
Bergamot Station
2525 Michigan Avenue, Bldg G1
Santa Monica
Phone: 310.586.6488

¡PReception and Award Ceremony
Saturday February 17, 2001
7.30-10pm
Santa Monica Museum of Art
Bergamot Station
2525 Michigan Avenue, Bldg G1
Santa Monica
Phone: 310.586.6488

Festival Co-sponsored by:

USC Annenberg School for Communication
Apple
USC Arts Initiative
California Arts Council
Intelefilm
USC Spectrum
SuperHappyBunny
WebADTV
www.dublab.com


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Larner on Thursday, January 4, 2001 - 05:56 pm:

This is an Artist Studio with projects developing:
http://www.wndow.com


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Bryan Colley on Wednesday, December 27, 2000 - 12:49 pm:

I've created a new gallery of detailed abstract art prints for sale with desktop wallpaper. Please have a look at http://jupiterkansas.bizland.com

Kansas City, MO


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Lisa Dale Miller on Thursday, December 14, 2000 - 04:13 pm:

Harvesting Profit: a realspace/cyberspace installation
by Lisa Dale Miller
http://www.harvestingprofit.com
December 7, 2000 - Feb 15, 2001

March 6 -April 8, 2001
Triton Museum of Art
Santa Clara, CA
Silicon Valley speaks out on congestion, housing, start-up stories, orchard tales, land use issues!


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By newsgrist on Tuesday, December 5, 2000 - 09:05 am:

*Digital S.W.A.T.!*

Artists Space and Pratt Institute invite you to participate in:

Digital S.W.A.T.!
A discussion of needs specific to artists working in new media.
http://www.geocities.com/newsgrist/spin.html

December 6, 2000
6.30pm
@ Artists Space
38 Greene Street, 3rd Floor, New York NY 10013
(between Broome and Grand Streets)

Moderators:
Joy Garnett: Artist; Editor of Newsgrist
Bill Jones: Artist; founder and former editor of ArtByte:
The Magazineof Digital Culture

in conversation with:

Tim Griffin: Poet, critic, writer, curator; Art Editor, TimeOutNY;
Former editor of ArtByte, The Magazine of Digital Culture
Yael Kanarek: Artist
Christiane Paul: Curator of New Media Art at The Whitney Museum
Don Ritter: Artist, Associate Professor of Computer Graphics and
Interactive Media, Pratt Institute

This discussion stems from an earlier policy session held at Artists
Space on November 13th, Artists Space, moderated by Joy Garnett
and Bill Jones (see below for participants). The aim of the session
was to provide an arena in which to discuss the career opportunities
for artists working in digital and other technologies, and to consider
whether the existing models are satisfactory. Are alternative spaces
in New York and much of the U.S. lagging behind our European
counterparts in the presentation and discussion of work in new media?
How do artists working in these media find representation in the
commercial sector? If we are not satisfied with the current
situation, how do we bring about change? Are there new models that
we should examine?

At the November 13th session, the emphasis for discussion was
on the artist, and particularly how the needs of those using
digital technologies are different from the needs of artists
working in traditional media.


Archive (under construction) + Participants in the November 13th
discussion:

http://www.geocities.com/newsgrist/spin.html


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By dtowbin on Wednesday, November 8, 2000 - 08:39 pm:

Vintage photography & fine art of Lida Moser available for sale at www.paltrynude.com Vintage photos from 1949, NYC, Quebec, Canada, rural America, famous artists. Also sketches and paintings on fabric of nudes. Pls stop by !


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Janet Owen on Wednesday, October 25, 2000 - 03:15 pm:

ART IN MOTION II
CALL FOR ENTRIES
http://www.usc.edu/aim

THE FESTIVAL: The Second Annual International
Festival of Time-Based Media Presented by the
University of Southern California School of Fine
Arts, in collaboration with the Santa Monica
Museum of Art

Unlike most film festivals, galleries and media
venues which are organized around a specific media
or genre, Art In Motion is organized around a
central theme, and the only criteria for
submission is that works be 'time-based'. The
festival theme for AIM II is "The Vanishing
Author?" Submission to Art In Motion is free and
open to all.

Entries may address the festival theme directly or
indirectly. If, for example, you are an "Author",
or your work is made collaboratively, employs
sampling and appropriation and/or is available for
others to sample, then it is addressing the theme.
Send it to us!

DEADLINE: JANUARY 1, 2001

SUBMISSION CRITERIA: Works in time-based media
completed after October 1,1998. Time-based
projects include those created in film, video,
digital video, animation, sound pieces, digital
media, CD-ROMs, websites, installations and
performances – all hybrids are welcome.

SUBMISSION IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL

ENTRY DETAILS & ENTRY FORMS: All entry details and
printable entry forms can be found on the AIM II
website at www.usc.edu/aim or requested from
aim@usc.edu

SCREENING PROCEDURE, JURY AND AWARDS: All entries
will be viewed by the Aim II Pre-Screening
Committee: Carole Ann Klonarides: curator, media
artist; Tara McPherson: author, media critic;
Janet Owen: Festival Director; Allan deSouza:
artist, writer, critic; and Tomo Isoyama: artist.
Media artist Christiane Robbins is the AIM II
Festival Advisor. The jury will view all selected
works and award, among others TBA, the $1000
Intelefilm Award For Creative Excellence. The AIM
II Jurors are:

Tom Leeser: Visual Effects Supervisor/Art
Director with Academy Award-winning production
studio Rhythm & Hues and an internationally
recognized film, video and installation artist.

Janice Tanaka: Janice's richly textured video
collages are exhibited internationally at venues
that include the Whitney Biennials,1991 & 1993;
Bonn Videonale International, Germany; and the
World Wide Video Festival, the Hague.

Tran, T. Kim Trang: an internationally-acclaimed
video artist and independent curator of digital
media Tran has exhibited most recently at the 2000
Whitney Biennial; the 46th Robert Flaherty Film
Seminar and at the MOMA, NY.


CONTACT AIM AT:
http://www.usc.edu/aim

aim@usc.edu

USC School of Fine Arts
Watt Hall 103
University Park
Los Angeles
CA 90089-0292
USA




HOW TO ENTER
Step 1: Fill out an entry form (photocopies OK)
Step 2: Send project, entry form and all
accompanying materials to arrive at the AIM office
before January 1st, 2001.

ACCOMPANYING MATERIALS
Entry Form (Print-outs and photocopies OK)

Technical Requirements: a typed description of
all installation and
technical requirements. If necessary include
visual material
(pictures/videotapes etc.) to give an overview
of the work.

Synopsis: a typed description of the
project.100 words maximum.*

Still Image: preferably a jpeg or color print
that best represents
the project.*

Artist’s Bio: a brief, typed biography of the
project’s creator/s.*

SASE: work will only be returned if an SASE and
adequate US postage
are provided.

*Items marked with (*) may be used and edited in
festival publications and/or media releases for
festival promotional purposes.

ENTRY FORM
Print-out, complete and send with a copy of your
project and all required accompanying materials.
One entry form per submission.


Name:___________________________________________
____________________

Address:________________________________________
____________________

City:_____________________________

State:____________________________

Zip/PostalCode:___________________

Telephone:________________________

email:____________________________

Title of submitted
work:____________________________________________

__________________________________________________
____________________

Original Medium (e.g. 16mm film, www,
etc.)_________________________

__________________________________________________
____________________

Completion Date of
work:____________________________________________

Consider me for the student award (circle one):
YES** NO

** Include proof of enrollment with your entry.
Copies of student ID cards are acceptable

Complete list of submitted materials (e.g."VHS
videotape copy of
work", "CD-ROM copy of
work"):_____________________________________

__________________________________________________
____________________

__________________________________________________
____________________


Submissions should be shipped prepaid and properly
packaged to:

Art In Motion, USC School of Fine Arts, Watt Hall
103,
University Park, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0292, USA

SCREENING PROCEDURE, JURY AND AWARDS
All entries will be viewed by the Aim II
Pre-Screening Committee: Carole Ann Klonarides:
curator, media artist; Tara McPherson: author,
media critic; Janet Owen: Festival Director; Allan
deSouza: artist, writer, critic; and Tomo Isoyama:
artist. Media artist Christiane Robbins is the AIM
II Festival Advisor. The jury will view all
selected works and award, among others TBA, the
$1000 Intelefilm Award For Creative Excellence.

The AIM II Jurors are:
Tom Leeser: Visual Effects Supervisor/Art
Director with Academy Award-winning production
studio Rhythm & Hues and an internationally
recognized film, video and installation artist.

Janice Tanaka: Janice's richly textured video
collages are exhibited internationally at venues
that include the Whitney Biennials,1991 & 1993;
Bonn Videonale International, Germany; and the
World Wide Video Festival, the Hague.

Tran, T. Kim Trang: an internationally-acclaimed
video artist and independent curator of digital
media Tran has exhibited most recently at the 2000
Whitney Biennial; the 46th Robert Flaherty Film
Seminar and at the MOMA, NY.

OFFICIAL RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. All entries must be received no later than
January 1, 2001.
2. All works submitted must be new works:
completed after October 1, 1998. A pre-existing
work which has undergone substantial alteration
shall be considered a new work.
3. AIM will take all reasonable precautions to
ensure the safety of materials in its care, but no
original or irreplaceable materials should be
submitted in any circumstances.
4. All works must be submitted by the artist
principally responsible for them. For
collaborative works one artist may represent the
group, but said artist will remain the individual
with whom AIM communicates.
5. All works must be complete enough for
presentation at the time of submission. Unfinished
works shall not be considered.
6. Submit work in the form of a VHS (NTSC) copy, a
Macintosh CD-ROM, or a URL, as appropriate. Other
formats can be accommodated only by prior
arrangement with AIM.
7. Basic video, film, and computer projection will
be available for linear-timebase works, and an
interactive area with Macintosh computers
available for nonlinear-timebase works. Provision
of specialized equipment (including audio
interlocking systems for film or specialized
software) shall be the responsibility of the
artist.
8. Final responsibility for a work’s
presentability lies with the artist. Failure to
deliver a presentable copy for exhibition shall
render the work ineligible.
9. The pre-screening committee will view all
submitted works and select those to be exhibited.
The jury will view all exhibited works, and select
award winners.
10. Members of the jury shall not sit on the
pre-screening committee. Members of the
pre-screening committee shall not sit on the jury.
11. Members of the AIM jury and pre-screening
committee shall not be eligible to enter works for
festival competition, but may have works on
exhibition.
12. All rights to any given work remain with the
artist. However, submission to the festival
constitutes agreement on the part of the artist
that Art in Motion has the right to publicly show
his/her entered work as part of the festival
and/or as part of festival-related activities and
promotions, without remuneration.
13. AIM is not responsible for lost, misdirected,
or delayed entries. Materials will only be
returned if the entry includes a U.S stamped,
self-addressed envelope.
14. All legal responsibility for any work
submitted remains with the artist. AIM assumes no
liability for any exhibited work.
15. All jury decisions are final.

AIM I


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Stefan Immelmann on Thursday, September 14, 2000 - 10:00 am:

Hello Out there in front of your Monitor. How long have you been waiting for somthing to happen on this screen. Poor thing, must be lonesome. So... turn off the machine and have a tea with some friends now... or have a look at:

COLORED THOUGHTS


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By ArtyCarter on Friday, April 28, 2000 - 09:29 am:

The Stuff is Out There.....But is it Art?

--- http://www.artycarter.com ---

[ Your one-stop for The Gaggenheim Gallery/Roswell Monster Project/T.T. Abduction/Cyber-Comik/HotXXAction/n' a whole lot more... ]


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Justine Smithuis on Wednesday, April 12, 2000 - 06:53 am:

New media art, computer game design, artificial life...

An exciting international summer course is coming up:

Playstation meets Organism: Emulation in a Cultural Context (Amsterdam, 1-3 September 2000)

The notion of emulation has recently gained new actuality, for example in game design, artificial life, sociology, biology and culture. In this seminar the meaning of emulation in these different discourses will be discussed, while exploring emulators and practical uses of emulation. Lecturers: amongst others George Dyson, Lev Manovich, Hiroshi Masuyama, Tom McCarthy, Trevor Pinch, and Tom Ray.
Presented by The Amsterdam-Maastricht Summer University and Mediamatic Foundation (Amsterdam).

More information at http://www.amsu.edu/2000/MEDIA4.htm or by e-mail at justine@amsu.edu.


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Garrick Alder on Friday, January 7, 2000 - 10:30 pm:

Interested in the whole art side of the web. Found a really cool site the other day, www.eyestorm.com, online commercial gallery. Warhol, Brancusi, Michael Light, Damien Hirst, Marc Quinn, original and editioned prints. Beautiful site, joy to navigate. Brand new by the looks of it. Impressed that there are people out there trying to bust art of its traditional prisons. Might be after new artists. Certainly well worth a look in any case,


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By BJMeltz on Monday, January 3, 2000 - 06:42 am:

"The Sky Tree: Seeing Science Through Art" was one of my favorite books as a kid. Mr. Thomas Locker, http://www.ThomasLocker.com just opened up a web site where you can see his lovely pictures and buy signed prints!


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By kate hougthon on Friday, December 17, 1999 - 04:00 am:

Come and play the Cracker as well as the other new games at http://www.2step.co.uk
we are a london based group of artists who would love to know what you think


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By zybooks on Wednesday, December 8, 1999 - 12:50 pm:

My site Mystcity Art Project is hosting 01:01:2000 The Time Machine Online exhibition - images and poems are coming in fast... We go on line at the dawn of the new century: site url will be posted on www.bigfoot.com/~mystcity. Also if you make artists books don't forget to visit THE UK showcase for artists books at www.bigfoot.com/~zybooks. Greetings, Gandha Key, site owners, London


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Colleen Taugher on Sunday, December 5, 1999 - 10:49 am:

Take a virtual trip through the past in North Idaho. Experience whispered memories and fabricated speculation while you witness the realities of the past in the American West and your own present. This interactive art piece located at
http://www.art.uidaho.edu/colleen/raising


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Claudine De Sola on Tuesday, October 5, 1999 - 07:03 pm:

EXHIBITION FREE TO PUBLIC:
SOCIAL SPACE in NoLIta
PERFORMANCES/ in association with the Downtown Arts Festival
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 212 334 1060 and ask for Claudine De Sola
Check out the website : www.exposure-usa.org
Please find the following information on EXPO SURE.

NEWS RELEASE :
07.30.99
EXPO SURE

New York City: In its ongoing commitment to encouraging talent and
originality among young artists and designers, Levi's Vintage Clothing (LVC)
presents EXPO SURE, a cross-disciplinary art and design installation
showcasing diverse creativity from New York's Downtown community.

The installation is open to the public from September 15 to October 24,
1999, located in a former garage in NOLIta at 242 Elizabeth Street
(between Prince & Houston). Throughout this period, parties and live art
performances will place with daily announcement posted on
www.exposure-usa.org ( which will be launched as of Sept 1 ). The timing of
EXPO SURE is intended to coincide with two other annual celebrations of
creative talent, The Downtown Arts Festival and New York's Fashion Week.

Created by teams of artists and designers collaborating for the first time,
this environment serves as a gallery and also as a stage-set for live art
performances, each of them aimed at altering our awareness and perception of
everyday activities such as shopping.

A selection of witty and fresh examples of fashion, furniture and housewares
creates a new axiom for the future: function as the inspiration for
exploration and play. Beyond the exhibition itself, a map/guide identifying
the exhibited artists and designers and presenting information about the
history, shops, galleries and other sites of interest in NOLIta.

For additional information or a complete press release with a list of
participating designers please contact: Claudine De Sola at Allison Fonte
Public Relations @ 212 334 1060.

Fashion & Design
ACED DESIGNS/F.A.D.
A Detacher/Monika Kowalska
Amy Chan
biproduct/Stuart Basseches and Judy Hudson
C.Roule Design/Christopher Roule( available at Hedra Prue)
Christian ( available at Capitol Furnishings)
DDC Lab/Roberto Crivello and Savania Davies-Keiller
Elma Blint et al
Marre Moerel /F.A.D.
Jonathan Adler
Michael Anchin Glass Company / Michael Anchin
Nova USA /Tony Melillo
Organization for Returning Fashion Interest(ORFI) / Hotel of the Rising Star
Stephen Burks/F.A.D.
Suzanne Charbonnet/F.A.D.
Wearmart/Martin Keehn
Zero/Maria Cornejo
Artists
Paul Clay/Yukiko Takagi
Virgil Marti
Dj Mutamassik
David Neumann
Taketo Shimada/Toshio Kajiwara
Erika Yeomans

242 Elizabeth Street ( Prince & Houston ) Tues - Sat: 12 - 7 pm Sun 12 -6 pm
/ performances on Sept 17, 23,30, 25, 18 and 24th check website for more
details...


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Majestic J on Thursday, September 30, 1999 - 01:33 am:

Linker Hall ?
Þ CHECK IT OUT AND DON'T MISS OUT
Used Java and Dhtml.
But never used the page live.


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By J. G-C on Wednesday, September 22, 1999 - 07:51 pm:

I invite you to visit
A Little Website of Art
http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Exhibit/1615/

Its an interactive site with artwork and stories.
Please send me feedback about what you think


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Adrian Cotter on Thursday, August 26, 1999 - 04:25 pm:

It's an interactive, DHTML, drag-and-drop poetry type of thing (though you also have the option of changing the words, colors and whatnot).

Check it out at: http://iserv.frogdesign.com/poetry

You can look at some of the poems that have already been done, then make your own!

Required: 4.x browser

Adrian Cotter
Web Alchemist, New Media


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Greg Hull on Sunday, August 8, 1999 - 08:15 pm:

Gradiva,

Thank you for taking the time to write. I believe the problem you ran into was indeed at my end. It should work well at this point.

Check the page from time to time as we are constantly improving and adding to the site.

I just added four new views of the sculpture to the site - Look for a video clip in the coming days.

Greg Hull

PS - I enjoyed the site you recomended http://www.digitalthreat.com


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By gradiva on Thursday, August 5, 1999 - 01:23 pm:

Hi Greg,

I tried to use the auroras page and was able to generate a wave (the standard one starting in the middle), but not any of the other patterns. I don't think it's me or my browser. What a fantastic idea, though! You should look into the page and make sure it's working.

good luck -
-gradiva

p.s. some interactive work from out here in San Francisco: http://www.digitalthreat.com


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Greg Hull on Monday, August 2, 1999 - 10:16 am:

Participate in a real-life art installation...

http://www.greghull.com is my personal page and http://www.auroras.org takes you directly to my interactive site. From this site, participants can select, modify and submit patterns that will be displayed on an array of neon located on the roof of the Indianapolis Museum of Art.

The sculpture, named "Aurora," uses just over a half mile of neon and is visible every night from dusk to dawn.

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Alicia Haber on Monday, August 2, 1999 - 06:44 am:

INVITATION TO VISIT A VIRTUAL MUSEUM

INFORMATION ABOUT MUVA VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF ARTS EL PAIS


MUVA Virtual Museum of Arts El PAIS, is devoted to Uruguayan and Latin American art. The sponsor is newspaper El PAIS and the director art historian Alicia Haber. It is no-for-profit and free 24 hours a day, every day of the year. MUVA headquartered in Montevideo, Uruguay, is devoted to quality, content, education, information and recreation through the knowledge of visual arts and to the dissemination of knowledge of Uruguayan and Latin American art. MUVA is educational and emphasizes the sharing of information and comprehensive, useful content. The website is both a visual and a reading environment and is the biggest in Uruguay. Virtual Museum of Arts El Pais (MUVA)

This is the way is has been reviewed in AOL, EXCITE and NETSCAPE. “An adventurous virtual showcase of works from private collectors and artist's studios, MUVA (Museo Virtual de Artes) brings together the most renown works of Uruguayan art, that otherwise would not reach the public. Aside from an extensive and impressive collection, the site alone is a work of sublime architecture. Visitors can stroll through the museum and into the rooms via stairway, elevator, or by clicking on one of the featured artists' names. In each room, the site employs directional controls to help visitors navigate the collections. All artwork is accompanied by information about the piece as well the artist. The site is graphics- intensive and available in both English and Spanish”.

In its overall conception MUVA has been recognized as a pioneer and presents a new concept offering a unique experience and service. MUVA and its exhibitions do not exist in the real world. Nevertheless the creators of MUVA want to give the sensation of being inside a real museum. Thus the building was designed by four architects commissioned for the MUVA. Although only a virtual space, the site provides the experience of touring a physical gallery. The idea is to use the Web as an exhibition medium that can recreate the museum experience without downloading any software: MUVA wants to make it easy for the navigator.
The works of art do exist and are all originals specially photographed for this project with special permission of artists and collectors.
There is a rationale behind this project: the construction of a real art museum like the outstanding ones in the First World would have cost a prohibitive sum for the Uruguayan economy. Nevertheless, advances in virtual reality and development of Internet make this construction possible. Uruguay doesn't have a modern, big, state of the art museum but now it can have it, to an extent, in virtual reality. At the same time Uruguay doesn't have the budget to organize several itinerary exhibitions per year and that is one of the reasons why many people do not know about Uruguayan art. Therefore through MUVA, Uruguayan art is seen, discovered and enjoyed by many through the Web. And at the same time Uruguayan architects have the first opportunity in history to build a state of the art "virtual" building for a museum.
One aim is to show works of art that are locked away from view and in private places that people usually don't have access to like artist’s studios and private collections or museum deposits.
MUVA puts emphasis on the content without losing the attraction of a virtual site so we make a great effort to balance design, navigability and content. The texts are written from an art history point of view. MUVA is a provider of original content, written for it, by a professional art historian who is constantly emphasizing accuracy, looking at the style and thinking about the usefulness of the analysis and data and the importance of up-to-date data. The museum offers substantive commentary on the works and their historical and aesthetic context because its staff think that this is a key marker of any good museum on the Web so it focus on a wide content/service.
Its design has been praised by professional reviewers and the navigation has been also highlighted and considered well organized, logical, and easy.
MUVA has already received more than 40 international awards from many Latin American, African, European and American institutions since its inauguration on line in May 20 1997 and has been selected by important websites from all over the world and reviewed or recommended by many relevant cultural websites, magazines, newspapers, radio stations and TV channels. MUVA was the only Latin American website to be invited to the international conference Museums and the Web that took place in Toronto in April 1998 and where major museums from all over the world were present. The most important award was precisely received there. MUVA got one of the six awards given by museologists to museum on line from all over the world. It was a juried competition and more than 155 museums on line entered the competition.
The site can be visited with all types of browsers, MUVA is 100% bilingual.

In English
http://www.diarioelpais.com/muva2/
In Spanish
http://www.diarioelpais.com/muva/

The site has a Newsletter if anyone is interested in subscribing to it.

For more information or information in Spanish, please contact
Alicia Haber muva@diarioelpais.com
MUVA Virtual Museum of Arts El Pais/ Museo Virtual de Artes El Pais
http://www.diarioelpais.com/muva
telephone: (5982) 902.0115 ext. 289
email: muva@diarioelpais.com
Postal Address:
Museo Virtual de Artes El País
Pza. Cagancha 1166/802
Montevideo 11100
Uruguay
Copyright El Pais, May 1997, All Rights Reserved.


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page  By Lisa Dale Miller on Monday, July 12, 1999 - 12:41 pm:

All Museum of Web Art visitors are invited to participate in The Millennial Burn Installation at: http://www.millennialburn.com!

For those of you in the Santa Cruz area of California, click here for live, realspace exhibit info.


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