[Air-l] fAf July 03

linda carroli lcarroli at pacific.net.au
Sun Jul 13 21:09:51 PDT 2003

fAf July 03
fineArt forum = art + technology netnews

After a short break, fAf returns this month with a full listing of news, 
events and opportunities in the field of art, science and technology.

Check out current calls and job opportunities including:
:: trAce’s TEXTLAB  electronic and experimental writers residential schools
:: Videotage seeks video and animation for Hong Kong Screenings
:: Webcasting Curator position with the Tate, London
:: M/C seeks contributors to the 'joke' issue of M/C Journal

AND many more ... Submit your calls, events listings and news items to fAf 
at l2.carroli at qut.edu.au or editor at fineartforum.org.

Continuing in cyberTribe 
 Light One, a series of works by Sydney-based 
artist, Jonathon Jones. Jones has undertaken research trips and cultural 
exchanges to Hawai'i and Canada and his work has been exhibited in 
Australia and overseas including as part of the research archive of the 
2002 Adelaide Biennial, conVerge. cyberTribe is curated by Jenny Fraser.

:: Alt-X Tenth Anniversary: Mark Amerika, founder and publisher of Alt-X, 
speaks with Linda Carroli on Alt-X's 10th anniversary.
:: Power, Politics and the Internet: Gary Foley explores the future 
technological possibilities of empowerment or disempowerment from an 
Indigenous perspective.
:: Peer-to-Peer: the collective, collaborative and liberated memory of 
sound: Alessandro Ludovico explores various aspects of file-sharing in 
relation to sound.
:: State of Theatre Scene in Singapore: Agnes Teh investigates the 
challenges and obstacles faced by the Singaporean theatre scene today.
:: Interdisciplinary Practice/Viewer Experience: Judy Malloy writes about 
the various facets of Interactive art.
:: It's Cool to be Real!: Paul Brown reviews Charlie Gere's Digital Culture.
:: Online Animation: YJ Tan asks how has the Internet helped in the 
distribution of animation?.
:: The Language of War Symposium: Dave Brine reports on media responses to 
reportage on the Iraq War.
:: Drawing Shortcuts: Heidi P. Jermyn reviews Jim Leggitt's guide for 
developing drawing skills using today's technology.
:: BORDERPANIC: Tracey Benson interviews BORDERPANIC curators, Deborah 
Kelly and Zina Kaye
:: BORDERPANIC Reader: Linda Carroli reviews the BORDERPANIC Reader.

TEXT online at:

fAf_15, fAf’s commemorative 15th anniversary cdrom is still available and 
free. On fAf_15, we present the magazine's entire archive as well as 
specially commissioned and collated new material. fAf_15 is an invaluable 
resource for researchers, artists, writers and activists in the new media, 
science and technology fields. To obtain a copy, email fAf at 
l2.carroli at qut.edu.au with your name and postal address.

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