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swiss@uiowa thomas-swiss at uiowa.edu
Sun Dec 15 11:06:01 PST 2002

Aoir Folks-

One of many projects by aoir-connected folks that grew directly or indirectly out of the Drake conference a few years back on The Web and Contemporary Cultural Theory. 

This, following, on the lit/art side of things, fyi.....:



A journal of New Media and experimental writing and art, The Iowa Review Web is published at the University of Iowa with support from the Department of English and in collaboration with The International Writing Program and the Iowa Review.

Volume 4, Number 9 (December 2002)


New Work:

Motomichi Nakamura's "BCC."


Nakamura's new media work has been featured at the Sundance Online Film Festival 2001 and 2002; South by Southwest;  and the Beaubourg Contemporary Art Center. His work has won many awards in both the U. S. and Europe. 

About the soundtrack from "BCC:"
 "The musician who made this track is called DJ Tampopo. He named himself after the movie "Tampopo," directed by a Japanese movie director named Juzo Itami. The movie is actually about a woman who struggles to establish a noodle (ramen) restaurant by a highway."

...from the interview with Motomichi Nakamura by YOUNG HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES:


New Work:

Jody Zellen's "Crowds and Power"


Jody Zellen : her many exhibitions include a recent solo show at The Sesnon Gallery, University of Calfornia, Santa Cruz. She has been included in group exhibitions at the SF Museum of Modern Art, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The California Museum of Photography, and elsewhere.  She is currently working on a new project called Disembodied Voices.
Read the interview with Jody Zellen at: 



Scanner: New Sound Art and an Interview 

+ "Listening at the Pictures"

 Scanner's diverse body
of work includes soundtracks for films, performances, radio, and
site-specific intermedia installations. He has performed in and created
works for many art spaces, including San Francisco MOMA (USA), Hayward
Gallery (London), Pompidou Centre (Paris), Tate Modern (London) and the
Modern Museum (Stockholm).


+ Read "Experimental Literature Was Really The First Kick:" An Interview
with Scanner by Rebekah Farrugia.




All at:




All at <http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/tirweb/feature/ir/nov/index.html>


Coming up:
Interviews, criticism and New Media work by Stuart Moulthrop, Diana
Slattery, Talan Memmott, Brian Kim Stefans, and


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