#037 Jan 1995


                               THE ISEA NEWSLETTER

                               #37, JANUARY 1995

Editors: Dirk Boon, Wim van der Plas (Holland). Correspondents: Yoshiyuki
Abe (Japan), Ray Archee (Australia), Fernando Araujo (Colombia), Peter
Beyls (Belgium), Leslie Bishko (US/Canada), Paul Brown (Australia), Annick
Bureaud (France), Jurgen Claus (Germany), Pier Luigi Capucci (Italy),
Roger Malina (US), Ivan Pope (UK), Rejane Spitz (Brazil). Lay-out: Rene
Pare (Grafico de Poost). Text editors: Ray Archee, Seth Shostak. 
ISEA, POB 8656, 3009 AR Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Tel/fax 31-10-4778605, 
Email: ISEA@MBR.FRG.EUR.NL (Board) or ISEA@SARA.NL (Newsletter)


Wim van der Plas

With the preparations for ISEA 95 in Montreal, Canada being well under
way, and those for ISEA 96 (Rotterdam, Holland) starting up, the ISEA
Board recently took a decision on the location for ISEA 97, the 8th
International Symposium on Electronic Art. It was the most difficult
decision the ISEA Board ever had to take, because both remaining
candidates seemed excellent. After voting, the Board decided for Chicago,
USA, instead of Nagoya, Japan. We like to congratulate the School of the
Art Institute of Chicago and thank ARTEC for their proposal. We hope ARTEC or
another Japanese candidate will apply again, for one of the next symposia.

Paul Brown wrote a review of ISEA94 for the Australian magazine Eyeline
(#26, 1994). With their kind permission we reprint it in this issue of the

An update of the geographical distribution of ISEA membership shows that 
some small parts of the world are still missing (where is China, where is
Africa, where is Russia?). Who can help us out?

EUROPE                       NORTH AMERICA
Greece              1        USA           71
The Netherlands    93        Canada        15
Belgium            12
France              6
Spain               3        SOUTH AMERICA
Portugal            2        Brasil        39
Iceland             1        Colombia       1
Finland             5        Bolivia        1
Bulgaria            1
Hungary             1
Slovenia            1        AUSTRALIA
Italia              5        Australia     15
Switzerland         2
Czech R./Slovakia   4
Austria             5        ASIA  
UK                  9        Indonesia      1
Denmark             4        Japan         14
Sweden              2        South Korea    3
Norway              2        India          1
Poland              1
Germany            20


Paul Brown 

This Review first appeared in Eyeline Magazine, number 26, Summer 1994.

It's the Fifth International Symposium on Electronic Art - ISEA 94, and
another year has passed.  Last year was Minneapolis in November, snow on the
ground and sub-zero temperatures.  This year it's Helsinki in late summer and
idyllic evenings where the sun begins to set at 7:00pm and is still busy
painting the sky with crimson and vermilion three hours later.  I miss the
long evenings of northern Europe and it feels good to be back.

I'm sitting on the terrace of the Marina Hotel drinking expensive beer with
Margaret Turner from QUT, Brian Langer from the Australian Video Festival and
the English artist,  Sue Gollifer.  Sue distinguished herself earlier in the
day during her presentation to the symposium by apologising for being
British, in recognition of the preponderance of Australians at ISEA.

Australia is a vast continent with a small and distributed population and
communication technologies have a well established cultural footprint.  The
Queensland And Northern Territories Air Service was the worlds first
commercial airline.  Fax machines gained ubiquity here long before they hit
Europe and have only recently caught on in the USA.  So it's not surprising
that Australian artists have established pioneering reputations for their
work in art and technology.  Or that they have a major presence at
international events like ISEA.

The symposium began in Utrecht in 1988 and continued at Groningen (90),
Sydney (92) and Minneapolis (93).  It's the creative peoples own show and has
grown to become one of the most significant art and technology events in the
annual calendar.

ISEA 94 had problems.  The Baltic artship M/S Stubnitz didn't arrive which
robbed the symposium of their main social meeting place as well as a
performance and gallery space.  And the Portacabins intended for many of the
interactive pieces were unsuitable and had to be abandoned.  In consequence
the main show, at the Museum of Contemporary Art, was cramped and several
pieces found themselves alongside unsuitable neighbours. Nevertheless the
organisers pulled together an exciting and full program and the ISEA
Navigator, which listed the weeks many events, consisted of eleven pages of
small print.

It included a music program held principally at the Sibelius-Academy in a
wonderful electronic concert space, a Soiree of Electronic Verse by the
Living Poets Society at the Restaurant at the Cable Factory.  Live broadcasts
on both TV and radio and a festival of ambient and techno music.  Computer
games at the CompuCafe and global InterNet access via the Multimedia
Backbone (Mbone) and World-Wide-Web (WWW).

The ISEA 94 juried film show included two exquisite French works: Ils sonst
tous la! (Les Quarxs) by Maurice Benayoun and Tableau D'Amour by Beriou as
well as two Australian pieces:  Peter Callas' Ernst Will's Picture Book and
Nano in News SOS by Troy Innocent and Elena Popa.  Later in the week the
retrospective show of films by Larry Cuba was presented by the artist himself
much to the surprise of the audience who were expecting only a short movie
show.  Larry gave a fascinating account of what it was like to make computer
animations before the term existed (and before any suitable equipment was
available).  His final attempt to mould the technology which, by his own
account ... "burned him out" ... was Calculated Movements (1985).  It remains
one of the few masterpieces of this new genre and I was amused, after the
performance, to hear a young "computer artist" dismiss Larry's work as ...
"boring old wireframe stuff".  Art and technology must be maturing (either
that or the pioneers are growing old)!

The old warehouse building beside the grandeur of the Marina Hotel was, by
contrast, the kind of stark and functional arched brick building typical of
northern docks.  It housed a mixed show of Russian work together with what
was, for me, the focal point of the ISEA 94 Art Show.  The Audio Pendulums by
Christian Moller is a three metre working model of an interactive sound
installation intended for Helsinki's Lasipalatsi (Glass Palace).  The
proposal includes seven 11 metre long blue poles suspended 5 metres apart in
front of the building and able to sway in the wind.  A video camera transmits
their moves to a computer system that transforms the movement into deep and
sonorous sounds.  The model was an excellent piece in its own right and
illustrated a concept capable of becoming a major work.

At the Museum of Contemporary Art in rather cramped conditions the pieces
competed for attention.  Paul De Marinis' work The Edison Effect mixed
primitive with high technology.  Simple mechanical assemblies used lasers to
"read" the audio tracks from holograms of a 78 rpm recording of "The Beer
Barrel Polka".  The artist comments:  "Once I realised that only light
reflections were needed to make the recorded grooves audible, it became
apparent that a hologram (the memory of light reflecting from a surface)
would suffice to play music."

Several artists showed interactive multimedia pieces.  They included George
Legrady's autobiographical reexamination An Anecdotal Archive from the Cold
War and Troy Innocent's fantastic interpretation of cyberculture - IDEA>ON!.  
 Another Australian at the show was Brad Miller with his interactive CD-ROM A
Digital Rhizome.  The snapshot I missed was transgenderist Sandy Stone in
heated discussion with Stelarc beside a plexiglass dome housing his Stomach

Adelaide-based VNS Matrix exhibited their All New Gen as part of a larger
installation.  Their work provocatively pitches women into the technology
arena and was in sharp contrast to the discursive approach of Christine
Tamblyn who also explored the response of women to a patriarchal technology
in her CD-ROM She Loves It, She Loves It Not:  Women and Technology.

In Paul Sermon's Telematic Vision two identical lounges, one at the Museum
and another in the Marina Hotel cafe had video cameras trained on them and
both images were then composited together on large video screens which faced
the sitters.  The simplicity of the idea belies its power.  It was
fascinating to see people seated next to virtual but "live" companions from
across the city and learning how to accommodate and communicate with them. 
Kids played pillow fights and adults dropped inhibitions and made overt
sexual contact with complete strangers.

This is only a brief summary of a complex event and interested readers may
like to obtain copies of the ISEA 94 Catalogue, edited by Minna Tarkka which
is an excellent, full colour, 224 page document.  ISBN 951-9384-72-3, ISSN
0782-1832.  Send US$55 (which includes postage) to UIAH Information and
Publishing Unit, Ms. Annu Ahonen, Hameentie 135 C,  FIN-00560 Helsinki,
Finland or email aahonen@uiah.fi.

The Proceedings of the conference will be published on the InterNet using the
World-Wide-Web and should be available from December 1st, 1994 at the uniform
resource locator (URL)  http://www.uiah.fi/  and then follow the links - Book
Shop - ISEA 94 Proceedings.

ISEA 95 will be held in Montreal,  September 17 - 24, 1995 on the theme Sens
Emergents / Emergent Senses.  Details from: ISEA 95 Montreal, 307, rue
Sainte-Catherine Ouest, bureau 515B, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H2X 2A3, tel.:
514-990-0229, fax: 514-842-7459, email: isea95@er.uqam.ca

Cary Laxer < laxer@cs.rose-hulman.edu >

SIGCSE'95 (the 26th Annual Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education)
will be held March 2-4, 1995 at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee.
It is part of ACM's Computing Week '95.
The following items may be of interest: 
Thursday, March 2: TUTORIAL - Using Visual Demonstrations
Coordinator: Scott Grissom, Sangamon State University.
Panelists:   Susan Rodger, Duke University, Rocky Ross, Montana State
University, Dino Schweitzer, U.S. Air Force Academy, Tom Naps, Lawrence
University, Dalton Hunkins, St. Bonaventure University.
Friday, March 3: PAPER - A C-Based Graphics Library for CS I Eric Roberts,
Stanford University.
PAPER - Integrating Introductory Courses in Computer Graphics and Animation,
Dino Schweitzer & Tom Appolloni, U.S. Air Force Academy.
PAPER - Inexpensive Advanced Graphics Applications for the CS Majors Graphics
Class, Lee J. Tichenor, Western Illinois University.
PAPER - Visual Analysis: An Effective Method of Adding Breadth to an
Introductory Computer Graphics Course, Andrew Sears & Rosalee Wolfe, DePaul
PANEL - Approaches to Teaching Computer Graphics.
Moderator: Scott Grissom, Sangamon State University.
Panelists: G. Scott Owen, Georgia State University, Dino Schweitzer, U.S. Air
Force Academy, Jack Bresenham, Winthrop University, Bill Kubitz, University
of Illiois.
PANEL - Using Multimedia Technology: Different Approaches and Controversial
Moderator: Gayle Yaverbaum, Penn State Harrisburg.
Panelists: Russel Kick, Tennessee Technological University, Eric Stein, Penn
State Grand Valley, F. Stuart Wells, Tennessee Technological University.

The early registration deadline for Computing Week '95 is January 27. SIGCSE
only registration is $105 for ACM members ($155 for non-members). If you have
not received and Advance Program and registration form and would like one,
send me e-mail or do an anonymous ftp to ftp.cs.rose-hulman.edu (cd to
pub/sigcse95) and get it from there.
Cary Laxer, Ph.D., SIGCSE'95 Co-Chair, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology,
Campus Box 100, 5500 Wabash Avenue, Terre Haute, Indiana  47803-3999.
Tel: 1-812-8778429, Fax: 8773198, Email: laxer@cs.rose-hulman.edu


The Binary Cafe is a cozy, super-friendly hangout located upstairs at 502
Yonge St. in Toronto.  Besides the smiling faces and crunchy atmosphere, the
Binary Cafe offers:
Hardware/Software - PPP connections, Internet tools, ....
Refreshments - coffees, juice, cheesecake, chips, ... 
Cybergifts - 3D cameras, Holographic chocolate, ... 
Magazines and Books - Boing Boing, 2600, Dr. Dobb's, ... 
Computer/Board Games - Doom, Risk, Chess, ... 
Calendar of Events - Tech Nite, Culture Nite, performances, poetry readings 
Binary Cafe FAQ - Like a newsletter, but better! Also available in hardcopy.
Neat-o Employees - happy, friendly, quirky, techy, ... 
Other WWW Sites - our suggested places to drop in and visit 
The hours are M-F: 3p-midnight, Sa: noon-1a, Su: noon-5p.
We can be reached via email at bincaf@io.org.
The eCity Cafe


We are a women team creating and producing a CD-ROM about women and the
Internet in Europe.We are still looking for contacts with women artists
using the Internet for either their own research either for new
experimental art nets. The countries we would like to have a reponse from are
Holland, Belgium or France.
Thank you in advance for your help, regards,
Catherine Lutz-Walthard, Email: calu@hyper.ibb.ch


VISUAL ARTS DEPARTMENT, University of California, San Diego

COMPUTER ARTIST.  Assistant Professor, tenure-track, to entry Associate
Professor with tenure.  Rank and salary commensurate with
qualifications and experience and based upon UC pay scales.  We are
seeking an artist whose work demonstrates a significant engagement with
computer based processes in the realm of contemporary art.  Knowledge
of networked UNIX (Silicon Graphics) and Macintosh environments is
required along with established work in several of the following areas:
digital imaging and publishing, multi-media authoring, graphics
programming in C or C++, computer networking, computer animation and/or
computer based installation. Teaching experience required in several of
these areas at undergraduate and graduate levels. MFA or equivalency
Candidate should have a national exhibition record, and be able to
demonstrate an in-depth understanding of computing and it's relationship to
contemporary art discourses.  Candidate will actively participate in the
ongoing development of facilities and curriculum. The university provides
a number of opportunities for doing advanced research work in computing in
the arts, within a department of broad interdisciplinary concerns.

Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, names of three references
(do not send letters of recommendation and/or placement files) and
evidence of work in the field.  This evidence may be in the form of
slides, tapes, disks, publications and/or public lectures and should be
accompanied by return mailer and postage.

     Kim MacConnel, Chair
     University of California San Diego
     Visual Arts Department (0327)
     9500 Gilman Drive La Jolla, CA 92093-0327

All applications received by March 1, 1995 or thereafter until position
is filled will receive thorough consideration.  Please reference
position number 9618S on all correspondence.

     UCSD is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer with a
     strong institutional commitment to the achievement of diversity
     among its faculty and staff.  Proof of U.S. citizenship or
     eligibility for U.S.  employment will be required prior to
     employment (Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986).

Interactive Multimedia/Computer-based Design THE CITY COLLEGE OF NEW
YORK. Assistant Professor. $29,931-52,213.  Tenure track. Start Sept. 1,
1995. Qualifications include M.F.A. or  equivalent, college teaching;
excellent design skills in screen and print media  design and experience
in multimedia design and production; strong exhibition record
and/or professional record of achievement. Teach undergrad. and grad.
courses in computer-based design, publishing and interactive multimedia,
develop a multimedia curriculum which includes design for the Internet,
and  participate in the publishing and design activities of The Robinson
Center for  Graphic Arts and Communication Design. Shared responsibility
for program  administration and management, technical support, and
fundraising.  Committee work; student advisement. Include letter of
application with  teaching philosophy; CV; 20 slides of own and up to 20
slides of student work  plus examples of multimedia projects on disk or
tape. SASE; names,  addresses & phone numbers of 3 references.
Application deadline March 24,  1995. Affirmative Action; Equal
Opportunity Employer; Women and  Minorities Encouraged to Apply. Send
application to: Prof. Elizabeth  O'Connor, Chair, Art Depart., Convent
Avenue at 138th Street, NY, NY  10031.


IDEA 1995-1996, the new issue of the International Directory of Electronic
Arts has just appeared WITH more than 3000 addresses world-wide. Bilingual
English/French. Organizations, artists, (other) people, periodicals.
Descriptions of activities, bibliography. 4 Indexes. Editor Annick Bureaud.
Foreword Roy Ascott. 576 pages. US$ 38, PS 24, FF 195.
(add 10% for postage and packing)
Credit card holders (Visa, Euro, Master Card only) can order from ISEA. POB
8656, 3009 AR Rotterdam, Holland, fax 31-10-4778605, Email 
Otherwise order from John Libbey & Company, 13 Smiths Yard, Summerley St.,
London SW18 4HR, England, fax 44-81-9472664.

Other Publications that can be ordered from ISEA: the Proceedings 
for the First and the Second ISEA Symposia. US$ 25 (each) for 
ISEA members (plus postage), US$ 30 (each) for non-members (plus 
postage). The other publications (of TISEA, FISEA93, ISEA94) are 
currently sold out or not available yet. However, if you are 
interested, let us know.

Sonic Objects; Sonic Architecture invited us to the launch of the CD-ROM
'Hybrid', a 'Cultureware' product published by Medium Cool on January 20 in
Woolloomooloo (Australia). Unfortunately, we couldn't make it to
Woolloomooloo this time, so, if you want to find out about this, contact:
Nigel L.W. Helyer, POB 195 Balmain, NSW 2041, Australia
Tel: 61-2-6920266, Fax: 5551930 or 6929235

Audiovisual Eureka in partnership with Vision 1250 presented the first
European directory of productions in high definition format. The electronic
catalogue (one IBM compatible floppy) was sent to us with an extensive
manual. If you want this HDevice, contact:
Eureka Audiovisuel, Rue de la Bonte, 5-7, 1050 Brussels, Belgium.
Tel: 32-2-53804-55, fax 39


Announcing the third edition of the _International Directory  of Design_.
This multidisciplinary, multinational, multilingual edition continues our
dedication to the international diversity of design education.
This year, Penrose Press has embarked on a CD-ROM publication, entitled
_International Design Review_. This publication is intended to provide an
annual visual record of international design education through the
documentation of student works and the description of design education during
the previous year. 
Penrose Press, P.O.  Box 470925, San Francisco, CA 94147, USA
Tel:  1-415-567 4157, Fax: 1-415-567 4165

                             CALLS FOR PARTICIPATION
Corel World Design Contest for registered users of CorelDraw, Ventura,
Photo-Paint or CorelFlow. Total prize value to be won: US$ 2.000.000.
Also monthly prizes. Deadline for this year: March 31.
Contact: Corel Corp, 1600 Carling Avenue, Ottawa ON, Canada K1Z 8R7. 
Tel: 1-61372-88200, Fax: 51186
Free info line in Holland: 06-0222084, in Belgium 080011930

9 - 11 November, 1995, Bologna, Italy

The Colloquium on Musical Informatics is an international biennial meeting of
researchers in computer applications in music, organised by the Italian 
Association of Musical Informatics and by local partners. Previous editions
(held in Pisa, Milano, Padova, Pisa, Ancona, Napoli, Roma, Cagliari,  Genova,
Milano) showed an increasing interest in this area, has proved by the number
and quality of scientific contributions and the  appearance of  computer
music systems providing tools for new aesthetic solutions. Two special topic 
of this 11th edition are concerned with the analysis of electroacoustic music 
and the historical role of the radio in the development of the
electroacoustic music.
Contributions to the Colloquium can be of the following kinds: scientific
papers, posters, demonstrations, compositions.
Proceedings of the Colloquium will be published.

Computer Assisted Composition, Algorithmic Composition, Music Theory & Formal
Tools, Artificial Intelligence & Music, Computer Assisted Musicology, Music
Analysis by Computer, Digital Sound Analysis, Processing & Synthesis,
Computer Music Systems & Subsystems, Acoustics & Psychoacoustics,  Musical
Information Graphic Representation, Multimedia Composition & Performance, 
Hypertexts & Multimedia within Musical Informatics, Musical Texts Filing &
Recognition,  Computer Aided Music Instruction, Computing distributed systems
supporting musical applications, Activity Reports from Research Laboratories.

Two round tables will be held on the following topics:
- the analysis of electroacoustic music - the historical role of the radio 
in the development of electroacoustic music.
Contributions on these topics are particularly welcome.

All the contributions accepted for presentation at the Colloquium will be
included in the Proceedings. Instructions to the authors will be sent
together with the communication of contribution acceptance. Proceedings will
be available at the Colloquium.

Several events will take place at the XI Colloquium on Musical Informatics,
among them:

-Lectures on advanced research topics
-The annual general meeting of the Italian Association of Musical Informatics
-On the occasion of the Celebrazioni Marconiane and of the internet project
of the Bologna City Council a project for a collective composition over the
internet network will be launched. It should be a sort of colletive collage 
with subsequent processings, and the interface will clearly be differentiated
according to the kind of computer linking. During the Colloquium of Musical
Informatics a sound installation with the result of the project will be
presented. Those interested in the project can contact the Organizing


15/4/95: Arrival  of extended  abstracts (scientific  papers, posters,
demonstrations) and music compositions and descriptions;
30/5/95:  Scientific   papers,   posters   &   demonstrations,   music
composition acceptance notification;
15/9/95:  Arrival of scientific  papers in camera-ready format;

Comitato Organizzatore del XI Colloquio di Informatica Musicale
c/o Dipartimento di Musica e Spettacolo
Universita' di Bologna, Via Galliera 3, Bologna, Italy
Tel: 39-51-223943, Fax: 39-51-231183, Email: cim-xi@muspe.cirfid.unibo.it

For information  concerning the  performance of  musical  compositions
(available instrumental ensemble and other questions) please contact:

Lelio Camilleri
Comitato Organizzatore del XI Colloquio di Informatica Musicale
Conservatorio di Musica G.B. Martini, Piazza Rossini 2, 40126 Bologna, Italy
Tel: 39-51-233975, Fax: 39-51-223168, e-mail: lelioc@mailserver.idg.fi.cnr.it

Call for Updated Educational Directory Information

The SIGGRAPH 1995 Education Directory is still in the development 
stages.  We have many fine institutions and programs listed but are still 
missing many computer graphics educational programs.  Our goal is to have 
this year's directory finished in time to include it on the Educator's CD 
to be distributed at the annual SIGGRAPH conference.  The SIGGRAPH 
Education Directory will be accessible through the ACM SIGGRAPH Web 
server (URL:  http://siggraph.org/).  It can be located by clicking on 
the Educational Resources link.  The SIGGRAPH Education Directory is an 
incredible resource for students looking for schools, educators wanting 
to connect with other educators, and professionals wanting to broaden 
their skills.  Each institution listed will have links to their own Web 
page, if available, and include the school or program's logo, if you 
supply it to us.  Please remember to send a color copy of your logo so we 
can include it on your page.  Electronic versions of this form may be 
obtained via ftp from cgcr.gsu.edu/pub/Directories/survey95.txt 
You must use must use cgcr as the name and password.
For an email copy of the survey and electronic submission of logos contact: 


TERRITORIEN (digital/analog)
January 11  -  February 4  1995, Linz, Austria
Exhibition by Markus Riebe.
Landeskulturzentrum Ursulinenhof, Landstrasse 31, Linz. Tel 795355

January 25 - 27  1995, The Hague, Holland.
Exploring the borders between traditional and new media. 
Exposition, symposium, demonstrations, performances. Cooperation of the Royal
Academy of Arts, the Haags Filmhuis, the World-wide Video Centre and cultural
center Het Paard. Info:
Royal Academy, Prinsessegracht 4, 2514 AN The Hague, Holland.
Tel 31-70-3643835, fax 3561124

February 1 - 3  1995, Monte Carlo, Monaco.
Info: Tel: 33-93-159394, Fax: 159395, Email: lydia@imagina.ina.fr

February 2  1995, Brussels, Belgium.
A one-day conference and exhibition, organized by Forum Europe in partnership
with the European Advertising Tripartite (EAT). Price: 18000 BF.
Program/registration forms/info:
Forum Europe, 88 rue des Patriotes, 1040 Brussels, Belgium.
Tel: 32-2-7361430, Fax: 7363216

February 7 - 9  1995, San Francisco, USA
Info: Tel: 1-203-8405322, Fax: 8409670

February 8 - 11  1995, Lake Buna Vista, FL, USA
Info: Graphic Arts Show Company. Tel: 1-703-2647200, Fax: 6209187

February 15 - 16  New York, USA. 
Info: Piper Jaffray, Tel: 1-206-2878831, Fax: 2878980

February 20 - 23  1995, Beverley Hills, CA, USA
Info: Tel: 1-212-2264141, Fax: 2264983

March 13 - 16, 1995, Chicago, USA
Info: Tel: 1-203-8405878, Fax:  8409878

NAB 1995
April 10 - 13  Las Vegas, USA
Info: National Association of Broadcasters.
Tel: 1-202-4295350, Fax: 4295406

April 22 - 26  1995, Santa Clara, CA, USA
Info: Tel: 1-415-9482432, Fax: 9482744

April 1995 , Bogota, Colombia.
Directed by Cecilia Casas.
Inquiries can be made to : Cra 9 74-99 Bogota, Colombia.
Tel: 57-1-2484969, Fax : 571-2484969

May 31 - June 3  1995, Toronto, Canada
Conference May 31- June 3, Trade show June 1 - 3.
Keynote addresses (free to all visitors) will be given by James Clark
(founder of Silicon Graphics and now with Netscape Communications, the
programmers of the Internet tool, Mosaic), Fred Klinkhammer of MediaLinx and
Satjiv Chahil of Apple Computer.
Info: Multimedia Trade Shows Inc., 7-70 Villarboit Crescent, Concord, 
ON, Canada, L4K 4C7. Tel 1-905-660249-1, fax -2

June 18 - 21  1995, Graz, Austria
World Conference on Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia
Papers, short papers, panels, tutorials, workshops, demonstration, posters
Info: ED-MEDIA 95/AACE, P.O. Box 2966, Charlottesville, VA 22901, USA.
Tel: 1-804-973-3987, Fax: 1-804-9787449, E-mail: AACE@Virginia.Edu

June 20 - 24  1995, Linz, Austria
Theme: Mythos Information; Welcome to the Net Worlds.
"Ars Electronica 95 will ask critical questions to dogmas and myths of
postmodern information society".
Info: Brucknerhaus, Untere Donaulande 7, A-4010 Linz, Austria
Tel: 43-732-7612244, Fax: 7612350

September 17 - 24  1995, Montreal, Canada.
Sixth International Symposium on Electronic Art
Info: ISEA 95, 307 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, Bureau 515B, Montreal, Quebec,
Canada. Tel: 1-514-990-0229, Fax: 1-514-842-7459, Email: ISEA95@ER.UQAM.CA

The Inter-Society aims at joining a world-wide network of artists, scien-
tists and their institutes, making it easier for the institutes and
individual members to share expertise with each other. The aims of the
Inter-Society are to promote a structured approach to electronic art and
to help finance worthy electronic art projects. For membership information
contact ISEA at the address on the front page.

ISEA distributes a hard copy version of this Newsletter in order to keep
its members, who have no access to Electronic Mail, informed. Those members
can, if they desire, get in touch with the Email addresses mentioned in this
Newsletter by contacting ISEA.

Support: Erasmus University Rotterdam (Law Dept),   Amsterdam University,
V2 Organisation,  YLEM,  ISAST,  Renderstar Technology, Media Research, 
Museum der Stad Gladbeck,  Corel Corporation,  The Council for the Int.
Bienale in Nagoya,  CSL Computers,  Viking Eggeling-Salskapet,  Bratislava
Academy of Fine Arts & Design,  Softimage Inc,  Lokman Productions, 
ARTCOM in Deutschland e.V., Tampere School of Art & Communications, Nordiska
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