******************************************************************** THE INTER-SOCIETY FOR THE ELECTRONIC ARTS THE ISEA NEWSLETTER #64 April 1998 ___________________________________________________________________ ISEA, P.O. Box 508, Succ. Desjardins, Montreal (Qc), H5B 1B6, CANADA Phone: (514) 281-6543, Fax: (514) 281-6728 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: http://www.sat.qc.ca/isea ___________________________________________________________________ ISEA Board Members: Peter Beyls, Amanda McDonald Crowley, Tapio Makela, Alain Mongeau, Simon Penny, Cynthia Beth Rubin, Patricia Search, Wim van der Plas. Ex-officio Board members: Shawn Decker (ISEA97), John Hyatt (ISEA98), John Brady (ISEA98) ___________________________________________________________________ *LISTSERV* ISEA LISTSERV: To subscribe, send a message to: email@example.com, no subject, with the message in the body: "subscribe ISEA-forum first name last name" ___________________________________________________________________ * CONTENTS * * EDITORIAL * ISEA NEWS * INFO * JOB POSTINGS * CALLS * EVENTS * ___________________________________________________________________ Check out the digital version of the Newsletter on our Web site HTTP://WWW.SAT.QC.CA/ISEA * EDITORIAL* Dear ISEA Member, ++++ an important announcement ++++ __________________________________________________________________ CALL FOR - ISEA BOARD NOMINATIONS - are now open until 12 June 1998 __________________________________________________________________ In this news bulletin you will find: --+ Call for participation information+-- --+ ISEA's Board structure +-- --+ Indication of Board Members Tasks and Terms +-- --+ ISEA HQ Information +-- --+ Nomination Submission Form +-- _________________________________________________________________ --+ Call for participation +-- The current ISEA Board has served its agreed 1 year term and new elections are on the horizon. The deadline for nominations to the ISEA Board closes --- JUNE 12 1998 --- --- Please note --- ONLY ISEA MEMBERS will be able to be elected for Board positions!! Non-members interested in presenting themselves as nominees can register and submit their application at the same time. Please see our web site for information on how to become an ISEA member or email us the ISEA HQ. DETAILS CONCERNING THE VOTING PROCEDURES, AGM STRUCTURE AND MINUTES WILL BE =46ORWARDED TO YOU IN THE NEXT NEWSLETTER. FOR ANY INQUIRIES, CONTACT US AT THE HQ. _________________________________________________________________ --+ ISEA Board Structure+-- Up to 9 ISEA Board positions are available. The outgoing board will recommend to the incoming board that, by a gentlepersons agreement, 3 members resign at the end of a one year period and three members resign at the end of a two year period. This will then ensure that at future Annual General Meetings, a number of board members will be continuing and a number will be newly elected, providing for a rotation of Board members offering new insight and perspectives for the development of ISEA. __________________________________________________________________ --+ Indication of Board Member Tasks and Terms +-- Tasks: * Board members should act in the best interest of the ISEA network and its membership. * Persons nominated should consider their personal time and interests which they will bring to ISEA * Board members shall collaboratively and actively promote and shape the future development of ISEA * Board members should creatively assist in converging an interdisciplinary art practice and technological developments. * During the course of the next year, the ISEA Board and the ISEA HQ shall keep regular contact by holding on-line meetings every 2 months to help manage, plan and develop ISEA. * ISEA98 would set the scene for the first new Board meeting to take place. __________________________________________________________________ --+ ISEA HQ Information +-- * ISEA is a non-profit, international organization whose membership and collaborators consists of a wide range of individuals and institutions involved in the creative, theoretical and technological aspects of electronic arts. * Founded in the Netherlands in 1990, the ISEA HQ moved its Headquarters to Montreal, Quebec, Canada, at the end of 1996. In its first year of activity in Montreal, the ISEA HQ focused on restructuring the organization. During this period, ISEA acquired the status of international non governmental organization (INGO). * Since January 1998, the HQ has a dynamic, multilingual team of 5 part time staff members who coordinate and administer ISEA's virtual and physical presence. The HQ is committed to develop ISEA's international and local presence by extending its networks and providing a diverse range of benefits to the membership. We look forward to the new challenges the future will bring with a newly elected ISEA Board. __________________________________________________________________ --+ Nomination Submission Form +-- Please print this form and fax or sent by mail only to the ISEA HQ office. Surname:__________________________FirstName:_____________________________ Mailing Address__________________________________________________________ State:_______________ZipCode:___________Country:___________________________ Email:________________________________ URL:________________________________ ISEA member: ______yes _______no (please note: Membership application forms can be received via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or on our web site http://www.sat.qc.ca/isea) I, _______________________________________________ being a member of the Int= er- Society for the Electronic Arts hereby agree to be nominated as an ISEA Board member. Signature _____________________________date _____________________ Please submit these Personal Details with your nomination: 1. Short descriptive bio (max. 250 words) 2. How do you foresee your nomination to benefit ISEA and its membership?(max. 250 words) 3. Briefly outline your past involvement in the field of Electronic Art 4. Please list 3 concerns you have regarding ISEA Looking forward to receive your nominations ! ISEA HQ ****************************************** ISEA NEWS ****************************************** LEONARDO SUBSCRIPTION DISCOUNT FOR ISEA MEMBERS LEONARDO, the leading journal for anyone interested in the application of contemporary science and technology to the arts, is now available to members of Inter-Society of Electronic Arts (ISEA) at a special discount price of $57.60 This is 20% off the journal's regular rate and includes the companion annual journal, LEONARDO MUSIC JOURNAL. =46ounded in 1967, LEONARDO provides an international channel of communication between artists and others who use science and technologies in their creations. The journal covers media, music, kinetic art, performance art, language, environmental and conceptual art, computers and artificial intelligence, and legal, economics, and political aspects of art as these areas relate to the arts, tools and ideas of contemporary science and technology. LEONARDO MUSIC JOURNAL (including compact disc), features the latest in music, multimedia art, sound science and technology. TO RECEIVE THE SUBSCRIPTION FORM, PLEASE EMAIL US AT: ISEA@SAT.QC.CA ****************************************** INFO ****************************************** WHAT'S NEW IN VIRTUAL AFRICA: http://cyberworkers.com/Leonardo =46or further info contact Jocelyne Rotily : Jocelyne@cybermedias.com Eliane DeConinck of the Royal Museum for Central Africa, Bruxelles informs us that two new collaborators are joining Virtual Africa: Dr Mohamed Asahakia, Director General, National Museums of Kenya, and Dr D Munjeri, Executive Director, National Museums and Monuments, Harare. New on the Virtual Africa Web site: South African artist Malcolm Payne presents his work around the Lydenburg heads at http://cyberworkers.com/Leonardo/africa/participants/mpayne.shtml ****************************************** PROSPECTIVE Nous sommes satur=E9s d'informations. Vous aussi sans doute...Le CICV propos= e un nouveau service destin=E9 =E0 se rep=E9rer rapidement et facilement dans = cette jungle. Depuis le premier janvier 98, le site prospective du CICV propose des synth=E8ses concernant l'actualit=E9 dans les domaines de l'art, de la technologie, de l'entreprise, de l'=E9cole, de l'audiovisuel, de la soci=E9t= =E9, de la politique...Ce service est gratuit. Il est mis =E0 jour tous les soirs, du lundi au vendredi, =E0 18 heures. Il est accessible =E0 l'adresse : . Contact : Pascale Ostermann <email@example.com>. We receive too much information. As well as you, isn't it... CICV suggests a new service. The aim is to get information easily and quickly in this jungle. Since January 98, CICV gives you the opportunity to have up-to-date summaries about art, technology, businessworld, education, audiovisual, society, politics... This service is free and only available in french at that time. It is updated everyday, from Monday to Friday, around 6 o'clock. To be connected, type the following address : . Contact : Pascale Ostermann <firstname.lastname@example.org>. CICV Pierre Schaeffer Montbeliard Belfort BP 5 25310 HERIMONCOURT Tel 03 81 30 90 30 portable : 0680347906 =46ax 03 81 30 95 25 http://www.cicv.fr ****************************************** Revolutionary Art of Peru http://www.csrp.org/art2.htm The art displayed here was mainly created by imprisoned fighters and supporters of the PCP. The materials to produce these artworks had to be smuggled into the prisons by friends and family. The art has since made its way around the world. Many of the artists were killed in the prison massacres of June 1986 and September 1992. Revolutionary Music from Peru Panorama Ayacuchano. Featuring music from the struggle in Peru. Sample music from the song "Combatiente Guerrillero" (280k AU file, 30 seconds). Also, sample from the song "Presidente Gonzalo" (320k AU file, 30 seconds). Julia Illanes of Peru sings "Shining Paths..." (550k WAV, 51 sec.) from the IEC video "You Must Tell the World". Committee to Support the Revolution in Peru ****************************************** JOB POSTINGS ****************************************** Photographer/Multimedia. THE COLUMBUS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN. Instructor/asst. prof., salary commens. with qualif.& experience., Aug. 16,1998, MFA required, some teaching exp. helpful, teach b&w, color, digital, non silver, multimedia, experience with studio lighting helpful. Send resume, 20 slides or disk, teaching philosophy, names of 3 references, to: Anthony Lauro, Dean Media Studies Division The Columbus College of Art & Design 107 N. Ninth St. Columbus Ohio 43215. Applications accepted until position filled. ****************************************** CALLS ****************************************** L ' I M M A G I N E L E G G E R A PALERMO INTERNATIONAL VIDEOART, FILM AND MEDIA FESTIVAL will take place in Palermo, October 2-10, 1998. The APPLICATION DEADLINE for the: - International Videoart Competition (the only one in Italy) - International Competition for CD-Rom is on JULY 31st, 1998. The same deadline is valid also for - the Prix "Vulcano" (for an Italian Video) - the Section Radio Plays (Italian spoken) Starting from next Friday (27th March) you will find the new Competition Rules as well as a downloadable Entry Form on our new Homepage: http://www.imprese.com/immagineleggera We'll send entry forms by snail-mail to our mailing list as well. If you'd like to receive the catalogue of the past edition, or to be included in our mailing list, please contact us (email@example.com). ------------------------------------------------------------- L'IMMAGINE LEGGERA 98 3rd International Videoart, Film and Media Festival - Palermo Casella Postale 136 (P.O.Box) I-90133 Palermo Italy Tel: +39-(0)91-696.17.40 =46ax: +39-(0)91-611.16.82 =46estival staff: Alessandro Rais (director), Marcello Alajmo, Ignazio Plaia= , Maurizio Spadaro old URL: http://web.tin.it/iside/immagineleggera next new URL: http://www.imprese.com/immagineleggera e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (L'IMMAGINE LEGGERA is promoted by: Citt=E0 di Palermo - Assessorato alla Cultura - Festival di Palermo sul Novecento) ****************************************** f e s t i v a l l i m b o o f unconventional art 19, 20, 21 June 1998 Plasy Monastery, Czech Republic With LIMBO we hope to evoke those "folk" summer celebrations of the recent and distant past, if only because of late they have appeared so rarely. The festival program will be diverse and out-of-the-ordinary, both "light" and "challenging": concerts of experimental, festive, and unexpected music; circus acts; inventive amateur theater & contemporary performance; video projections and outdoor movies . . . . All in all, we hope that LIMBO will hark back to (and towards) those old and new traditions and forms of art that sweep boredom and mediocrity aside. proposals are welcome for . . . - CONCERTS of experimental, popular, acoustic, electric, Renaissance, Baroque, gospel, folk, and non-European ethnic music - FESTIVE and UNUSUAL performance & ceremony street & puppet & acrobatic THEATER - humorous & fun VIDEO & FILM - contests & games - edible art =2E . . and all else beyond our imagings All events, performances, acts will be held on the grounds of the Plasy Monastery ... a whole range of spaces is available - outdoor & indoor, gorgeous & rotting, huge & intimate. Have a look at photos on the web site ("The Space" page under Center for Metamedia ... beware - the site sometimes downloads slowly). All participants will be housed at the monastery. Food & per diem will also be thrown into the deal. If a modest honorarium is really needed on top of all the fun you'll have participating, we can talk . . . international travel costs will have to covered from other sources - we can help with applications. D e a d l i n e just about now ... the program is filling up, so the earlier the better W h e r e letters/questions can come by email to - email@example.com - or fax - 00 420-182 2909 other materials by post - Center for Metamedia, P.O. Box 25, 331 01 Plasy, Czech Republic questions can also be directed to - 00 420-182 2909 or 00 420-2 827 8815 We will be looking for your responses each and every day! Milos Vojtechovsky, Jo Williams, Karel Sidorjak, Martina Tomaskova - Center for Metamedia Hermit Foundation / Center for Metamedia-Plasy P.O. Box 25, 331 01 Plasy, Czech Republic tel./fax 00 420 182 - 2909 email - firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.hermit.cz ****************************************** Megatronix http://www.teo-spiller.org/megatronix/ Megatronix: CALL FOR PARTICIPATION You are kindly invited to cooperate in a project "Megatronix" with your own web creations. Megatronix is an open online project, an interactive, social critical theater, concept as an arcade game, where the player becomes the actor. The "free choice" is just a fictive solution, because the game is leaded by a random generator. It is the continuation of the idea of a random leaded game, first used in Esmeralda (http://www.teo-spiller.org/esmerlda/ ) (Esmeralda was presented on the art festival OSTRANENIE 97 in the Bauhaus school in Dessau, Germany) The open structure of the game lets every user of the web to add his own action scene into the MEGATRONIX game. The main concepts, united in this project are: 1) The critical relation to the violent, senseless action movies, arcade games, brutal comics and cartoons, intensifying the violent behavior of the wide public, specially by youth. 2) The concept of all different concepts, designing solutions, visual presentations of web artist all over the world in one collective project. 3) The confusion, that contemporary subject is throw in, specially because of the intensive attack of too many TV channels, newspapers and other commercial institutions, which goal is mostly their own profit. 4) The possibility that web tools gives: that one project can load different scenes from the servers all over the world into one collective project (I find it very fascinating, that you don't even need to write the URL of the megatronic random generator, but you only have to name the frame, where it is positioned). 5) The concept of an anarchic piece without any direction, loading in a confused order different scenes one after another (just like sitting by the TV with 35 channels and clicking on the remote control unit from one channel to another, looking for "something interesting"). 6) The second phase of megatronix is to fully automatise the submitting of the scenes, so it will become an independent, self developing organism, an artificial life form on the web. How to add your own scene: ( http://www.teo-spiller.org/megatronix/add.htm ) for any questions, please contact email@example.com ****************************************** D.ART - CALL FOR ENTRIES Closing date: Friday 15 May 1998 Sydney Intermedia Network (SIN) presents D.art international festival of experimental digital film, digital video, computer animation art Sydney, Australia, June 1998 * SIN / D.art Sydney Intermedia Network (SIN) was established in 1981. It is a non-profit organisation which promotes the development and critical discussion of innovative film, video, sound and digital media arts in Australia, and exhibits this work to audiences nationally and internationally. SIN has replaced MATINAZE, its highly acclaimed annual survey of Australian screen arts (1991-1997), with D.art, SIN's new annual international showcase of experimental digital film, digital video and computer animation art. D.art will premiere at the 45th Sydney Film Festival, Sydney, Australia, June 1998. (Next year's event will include CD-ROM and internet projects.) * CRITERIA - works should be innovative/experimental in aesthetic and 'narrative'. - works must have been produced either entirely or primarily within the digital domain OR at least involve some form of digital manipulation. - works must have been completed after January 1997 (ie, within the past fifteen months). * ENTRY FEE AUS$20 - or free to current members of SIN (support screen arts, join SIN now! AUS$30). Method of payment: overseas entries - international bank cheque only in AUS dollars; Australian entries - bank cheque or money order. * SCREENING FEE SIN will pay artists whose works are selected for screening AUS$50 for each work. Some or all works selected for screening in D.art might also be included in the D.art touring program which will be exhibited throughout Australia. If so, an additional once-only fee of AUS$100 will be paid to the artist. * FORMATS Please submit works in ONE of the following formats (in order of preference)= : - SP Betacam PAL only, or - high-grade SVHS PAL, or - high-grade SVHS NTSC. Works submitted in other formats will not be eligible for consideration. * INFORMATION Please contact Simone O'Callaghan, SIN, to obtain a fax or email copy of the entry form, or for information about other SIN activities and membership details. D.art Sydney Intermedia Network (SIN) PO Box 306 Paddington NSW 2021 Australia tel (+61 2) 9380 4255 fax (+61 2) 9380 4311 email firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.ozemail.com.au/~sinsite Thank you for your interest. Alessio Cavallaro Director, Sydney Intermedia Network _________ SINevents 98 include: May SIGGRAPH 97 Electronic Theatre program direct from the world renowned festival of computer animation art Tuesday 26 may 6pm Chauvel Cinemas, cnr Oatley Rd and Oxford St Paddington June D.art SIN's new annual international showcase of experimental digital art premieres at the 45th Sydney Film Festival June Current Media Art: Video Art, CD-ROM and Internet projects from Germany introduced by Rudolf =46rieling, ZKM, Germany presented in association with Goethe-Institut, Sydn= ey July Synthetics: video synthesis to computer graphics The electronically generated image in Australia presentations by some of the pioneers of Australian electronic media art curated by Stephen Jones Aug Peter Callas: Initialising History A three-component program centred around and curated by Peter Callas, one of Australia's most celebrated electronic media artists Oct futureScreen SIN's inaugural annual event investigates and critiques the future of screen arts as defined by the confluence of new media art theories and practices, and scientific and technological developments Sydney Intermedia Network (SIN) Inc encourages and promotes the development and critical discussion of innovative film, video, sound and digital media arts in Australia, and exhibits this work to audiences nationally and internationally. SIN Director: Alessio Cavallaro SIN Administrative Assistant: Simone O'Callaghan SIN President: Kathy Cleland tel +61 2 9380 4255 fax +61 2 9380 4311 http://www.ozemail.com.au/~sinsite upper level, Sydney Film Centre, Paddington Town Hall PO Box 306 Paddington 2021 NSW Australia SIN gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance of the Industry & Cultural Development Branch of the Australian Film Commission, the Visual Arts & Crafts Program of the NSW Ministry for the Arts, the NSW Film and Television Office, and the Visual Arts/Craft Fund and the New Media Arts =46und of the Australia Council - the Commonwealth Government's arts funding and advisory body. SIN also gratefully acknowledges the ongoing cooperation of The Art Gallery of New South Wales. Sydney Intermedia Network is a member of the Australian Screen Culture Industry Association (ASCIA). ****************************************** ETNA Foundation ETNA Foundation is an independent, non-governmental, non-profit organization, established by UTO Gusztav in Sepsiszentgyorgy/Sf. Gheorghe, Transylvania region, Romania. The goal of the ETNA Foundation is to support alternative art, facilitate personal contact among artists in the country and abroad; in a larger sense, to contribute to the shaping of a social environment which favours the development of experimental arts. ETNA Foundation regularly organizes international exhibitions, festivals, meetings and evenings, such as - MEDIUM Exhibition (every three years, in Sf. Gheorghe; the last edition organised in 1997 as MEDIUM 4 International Exhibition of Living Art Documentation) - AnnART Festival (annually in July, St. Ann Lake; since 1990 eight editions have been organized, with the participation of 104 artists from 25 countries) - SEPSI Living Art Meeting (annually in April, Sf. Gheorghe; each year with the participation of 10-12 artists from Romania) - ARES artist-in-residence project (every two-three months; the project has been started this year; for the moment we can provide board and lodging at host families; the first invited artist, Julie-Andree T. from Canada elaborated and presented two performances and a project with children in February) - ELO-TEKA (Living-Archives) video-evening (weekly; presentation of the Etna Documentation Center s video material) Near future projects: SEPSI 4 Living Art Meeting 25 April 1998, 3 p.m. Central Park, Sf. Gheorghe Invited artists: ANTIK Sandor, Olimpiu BANDALAC, BARTHA Sandor, BOB Jozsef, KONYA Reka, MIKLOSI Denes, Cosmin POP, SZABO Zoltan (Judoka), TORO Attila, UTO Gusztav, VERES Szabolcs AnnART 9 International Living Art Festival 24-26 July 1998, St. Ann Lake Invited artists: Richard MARTEL, Sandy MCFADDEN (Canada), KOVACS Istvan (Hungary), YASUNORI Shiobara, SHIMODA Seiji (Japan), Elvira SANTAMARIA (Mexico), Jaap BLONK (Netherlands), Fernando AGUIAR (Portugal), BARTHA Sandor, Adrian GUTA,Cati ORBULESCU, TOTH Tamas (Romania), Bartolome =46ERRANDO (Spain), Catherine WELLER, Cate ELLIS (UK), Nenad BOGDANOVICI, SZOMBATHY Balint (Yugoslavia). Information regarding the program should be obtained from the second part of June 1998. The Foundation welcomes every contribution to the Documentation Center's material. Should you need further information, please do not hesitate to contact us. contact: UTO Gusztav - KONYA Reka ETNA Foundation Korosi Csoma Sandor 24 4000 Sf. Gheorghe Romania tel/fax: 40-67-352-124 e-mail: email@example.com ****************************************** The Center for Computer Arts which acts within the framework of the Soros Center for Contemporary Arts - Skopje, Macedonia will feature in the program of the Skopje Electronic Arts Fair '98 COMMUNING * V.R. - WWW - Net-Linked - CD-ROM exhibition SEAFair is the first manifestation of this kind on the Balkans, bringing together International web artists, multimedia artists, media critics, theorists, and philosophers, as well as the interested audience. SEAFair is conceived to be a serial of international events, exhibitions/video conferences, workshops, and meetings which will explore the creation and existing of new media and electronic arts and venues. SEAFair assists the communication within the European emerging electronic art&media scene. SEAFair urges the discussions about the artistic, philosophic, educational, and other aspects of the emerging media. SEAFair serves as an international and intercultural meeting point of arts and technologies. The web site of CefCA [Center for Computer Arts] which acts within the frameworks of the Soros Center for Contemporary Arts - Skopje [http://www.scca.org.mk] will be updated frequently and will contain full information on these events. Also see SEAFair '97 on: http://www.soros.org.mk/scca/seafair http://www.soros.org.mk/scca/seafair/altering Chief Aims of the project SEAFair 98 - to present the most current international projects in the field of electronic arts. - to enable a critical discourse towards the diverse emanations in the electronic arts. - to enable a historization and theoretical platform of different aspects and expressions in the electronic arts. - to serve as a bridge and enable a communication between the international and Macedonian artists, curators, and theoreticians in the field of electronic arts. Call for Contributions COMMUNING V.R., WWW, Net-Linked, and CD-ROM Art Exhibition Venue: Skopje Museum of Contemporary Art October 02 - 09, 1998 Skopje, Republic of Macedonia An international call for V.R., WWW, Net-Linked, and CD ROM Art projects. The exhibition Communing addresses the theme of the visions of the artists including the processes of Imagining, Meditation, Dreaming, Reflection and Visualization, during the process of art creation. The exhibition will feature the result of the Communing i.e. the digital language of different international artists that express themselves in V.R., the WWW, Net -Linked Installations, and CD-ROM. The exhibition is conceived as an encounter of artists, technologies and visionaries. Communing is especially interested in original innovative projects. The exhibition welcomes all projects using information technology and different multi-media applications, hypertext, vrml. The selected international projects will be presented in the Skopje Museum of Contemporary Art, accompanied with a lectures of the invited artists, and a workshop directed at qualifying the local artists and audience for complex media projects. The submitted projects will pass through a juried election process. The authors of the projects retain all of the copyrights. =46or the V.R. projects - title of project - abstract - technical equipment requirements for the presentation - curriculum vitae =46or the web projects the proposals should contain: - title of project - abstract - URL addresses of projects (or CDs) - technical equipment requirements for the presentation - curriculum vitae * The selected artists will be contacted and will be provided with the guidelines and an FTP address where the projects can be uploaded. When sending the projects please send description of any additional changes that have to be done locally. =46or the Net-Linked Installations the proposals should contain: - title of project - abstract - URL addresses of projects (if already existing) - detailed technical equipment requirements for the presentation - curriculum vitae =46or the CD ROM projects the proposals should contain: - title of project - abstract - technical equipment requirements for the presentation - curriculum vitae - video tape - the actual CD ROM (If CD - ROMs have already been sent for the project Interactive Narration they do not have to be re-sent). Deadline for submission: July 15, 1998 Notification of acceptance: July 25, 1998 International Web Art and CD ROM Art exhibition Venue: Skopje Museum of Contemporary Art Date of exhibition: 02.- 09.October 1998 Submit proposals for the event to: Melentie Pandilovski, Curator of SEAFair '98 Soros Center for Contemporary Arts - Skopje, Macedonia Orce Nikolov 109, 91000 Skopje firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com http://www.scca.org.mk tel/fax: 3126.96.36.1991 ****************************************** CALL FOR DIGITAL ENTRIES 47th Melbourne International Film Festival, Australia, 23rd July - 9th August 1998 DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY 20th MAY 1998 (preview material must be received by this date) *** Computer animation, cd-roms, digital video *** The Melbourne International Film Festival is including a special program on interactive CD-Roms, and digital works as part of this years program specially coordinated by artists Martine Corompt and Ian Haig. The Festival plans to include an exhibition of interactive CD-Roms and a screening program of new computer animation shorts and videos, along with a number of artists talks and forums on digital filmmaking and interactive media and it's impact on screen culture. =46ormats Submit works preferably on SP Betacam (PAL only) or send a preview tape on VHS (PAL or NTSC) and CD-Roms, also work on Zip/Jazz drive for Preview Note: We are particularly interested in exhibiting/screening works that have not yet been seen in Australia. * For more information and application forms please contact Martine Corompt or Ian Haig P.O Box 1049 Collingwood, VIC, 3066, AUSTRALIA =46ax: (61-3) 9417 3804 Tel: (61 3) 9416 1996 email: Martine@rmit.edu.au or I.HAIG@rmit.edu.au website: http://cs.art.rmit.edu.au/media_arts/Ian_Haig/fest.html The Melbourne International Film Festival is one of the country's oldest running arts events and the oldest established film festival in the Southern Hemisphere. It is a major event on the Australian arts calendar ****************************************** CALL FOR PAPERS on the archaeology of new media for the special issue: * * "Before and After Cinema"* * Submission deadline for this issue is 30 October 1998 =46or Volume 5, No. 2 of the Journal (1999) we are seeking papers relating t= o research projects or case studies on the archaeology of new media. This special issue is prompted by the question: Is it possible to analyse and "historicise" the study of digital media in the same way that cinema scholars and art historians have revised certain teleological accounts of cinema's evolution? In particular, we are looking for papers that deal with the possible parallels that might be drawn between the two areas of research -- cinema and new media: * historical accounts of cinema, radio, music, television, video and other electronic artforms that throw light upon and draw relation to current developments in the field of new media * case studies of corporate and/or aesthetic strategies dealing with the impact of new technologies on "old" (existing) media * theoretical and/or historical articles that deal critically with the evolution of new media forms, from the 19th century to the present * analyses of the convergence of the institutions of cinema with new formations of media enterprises in the digital age * analyses of specific artworks or products in light of the complex historical, technological and economic forces that influence them This issue will be guest-edited by Ross Rudesch Harley, lecturer in Theatre/Film Studies, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. All inquiries about, proposals for articles or completed papers for the "Before and After Cinema" issue should be sent to: Ross Rudesch Harley Theatre/Film Studies University of New South Wales Sydney 2052 Australia tel: 61.2.9385 4867 fax: 61.2.96622335 email: firstname.lastname@example.org All other editorial inquiries, general proposals and submissions to: Julia Knight or Alexis Weedon, Editors, Convergence, School of Media Arts, University of Luton, 75 Castle Street, Luton, LU1 3AJ, United Kingdom. Tel: +44 1582 34111, fax: + 44 1582 489014 ****************************************** Moving Image Centre, NZ Call for proposals for Interdigitate, biennial videowall and live performance event The Moving Image Centre is currently seeking proposals for Interdigitate. Interdigitate is a biennial videowall and live performance event unparalleled in New Zealand. It provides an important opportunity for innovation between moving image, sound and performance disciplines. We are also seeking entries for short films and videos for the New Zealand Film =46estival's short film programme. The Moving Image Centre is also staging a 16mm filmmaking workshops in late April. Details can also be gained by referring to the website or by contacting the Centre. =46or information regarding the above projects please refer to our website o= r contact the centre via the details below. Deborah Lawler-Dormer Director Moving Image Centre Phone 64-9-3732772 =46ax 64-9-3734830 P.O. Box 106097 Auckland Website: http://www.mic.org.nz ****************************************** EVENTS ****************************************** Canon's ARTLAB presents "LOVERS" by Teiji Furuhashi and "frost frames" by Shiro Takatani ARTLAB holds an exhibition from May 10 to 21, 1998 at SPIRAL, Tokyo, consisting of "LOVERS," 1994 collaborative work by artist Teiji Furuhashi with ARTLAB, and a new work by Shiro Takatani, leading member of the art group Dumb Type. After shown at ARTLAB4(1994), "LOVERS" has been invited and shown at 11 venues in 7 countries in U.S. and Europe from 1995 to 1997, starting from "Video Spaces" at New York's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). "LOVERS" to be shown this time is its international version, renovated from the original version, for the first time in Japan. =46uruhashi was the leading member of Dumb Type, and gave numerous outstanding performances and installations before he passed away three years ago. LOVERS is his first full-scale solo and posthumous work at the same time. Since there were many requests to exhibit the work again, ARTLAB planned a special exhibition to show the installation along with a new video installation by Shiro Takatani, who is one of the collaborators in the production of LOVERS. The theme of LOVERS is a relationship of love, generated along the borders, for example, between humans, human and body, and humans and information. In the work, filmed images of life-size humans appear in a dim space. The movements of visitors in the space are perceived by sensors and affect the course of movement of the images. On the other hand, "frost frames," depicts a world where the contrast of projected images mutually turn "whiteout." date: May 10 - 21, 1998 11:00-20:00 location: SPIRAL, Tokyo(5-6-23 Minami-aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo) *free of charge Organized by Canon ARTLAB cooperation: Wacoal Art Center 1994 -ARTLAB4, Hillside Plaza, Tokyo(original version) 1995(from here with International version) -"Video Spaces," The Museum of Modern Art, New York -"Age of Anxiety," Power Plant, Toronto -Biennale de Lyon, Lyon 1996 -Festival International EXIT, Creteil -Festival International VIA, Meubeuge -"SONAR96," Barcelona -"OBJECT: VIDEO," Linz 1997 -Theater am Turm, Frankfurt -Marstall Theater, Munchen -Tramway, Glasgow -Wood Streeet Galleries, Pittsburgh CAST (Canon Art Support & Traffic) http://www.canon.co.jp/cast/ Tel: +81-3-5410-3611 Fax:-3615 ******************************************* SOUND BOX - Web Broadcast Project -- a countdown project for KIASMA - Museum of Contemporary Art (Helsinki =46inland). Almost 40 works has been selected for the SOUND BOX broadcasting, which means 6,5 hours of broadcasting time. We are very proud of the success that the project reached -- we received 250 works, over 46 hours(!) of sound material from 23 countries. The quality of the works was very high, and selecting these works was not an easy task to do. SOUND BOX introduces different kind of works and aesthetics concerning electronic music. Our main purpose was by means of the SOUND BOX to give the web audience a versatile vision about the diversity of international sonic art in the 90's and I think we succeeded in that aim. I was particularly pleased to notice how environmental sounds and speech/voice sounds were used so differently and in such interesting ways in these works. The SOUND BOX works are broadcasted as a RealAudio nonstop stream, including text information about every composer and work. Visitors can also make their own choices and select whatever pieces they like. It is also possible to leave comments to us or the composers. SOUND BOX will open its virtual doors on Wednesday April 1st 1998. The Web broadcast will be online at the following address: . Petri Kuljuntausta - composer, Sound Box curator SOUND BOX -- Selected Works Appleton, Jon - San Francisco Airport Rock Baun, Steven - I'll Make It Right Biasutti, Michele - Tavola VII Burt, Warren - Scraps from the Lab Floor Bertels, Lieven - Paper Mate 2000 Nylon Bestor, Charles - Into the Labyrinth Biasioni, Massimo - Nell'inevitabile e profondo tedio del cristallo Chasalow, Eric - Left to His Own Devices Chen, Chin-Chin - Points of No Return Crawling with Tarts / Gendreau, Michael - Motors Drever, John Levack - Butterfly Lovers Garro, Diego - Voci dall' Aldiqua Giomi, Francesco - That's all folks! Hartman, Hanna - Are You Going Up These Hills? Hwang, Sung Ho - TV Scherzo Joy, J=E9r=F4me - M=E9gaphonies Justel, Elsa - Au Loin... Bleu Kitahara, Keiichi - metamorphosis Laronde, Claire - M=EAme les pierres parleront Metzner, Jim - Sound Memories Normandeau, Robert - Spleen Osborn, Ed - Nocturne Parry, Nye - Grand Junction Patella, Gianantonio - radio viaggio Prior, David - Hymne an die Materie Rebelo, Pedro - Forking Paths Virtual Mix Rothenberg, David - Quin, Douglas - Toothwalking Rudi, J=F8ran - Planet (Terra) Samartzis, Philip - Dark Woods Santoboni, Riccardo - Clarix II Schryer, Claude - El Medio Ambiente Acustico de Mexico Sermil=E4, Jarmo - Incubo di Orfeo Stollery, Pete - Altered Images System Error (Bird, Bobby - Duffy, Brian) - enough already & nextone Teller, J=F8rgen - 14 trax and a hut Turnbull, Michael - Wall goes a Shadow Verandi, Mario - Fr=E9quences de Barcelone Wiernik, Neil - Aural Snapshots #3: Quebec City Wynne, John - James Kamutho Kimani KIASMA - Museum of Contemporary Art Mannerheiminaukio 2 =46IN-00100 Helsinki =46inland. http://www.kiasma.fng.fi Petri Kuljuntausta c/o Charm of Sound Association P.O.BOX 353 =46IN-00131 Helsinki =46inland. tel: +358-9-7545407 email: email@example.com http://muu.autono.net/artists/kuljuntausta/ ****************************************** LOCUS+ projects: STEFAN GEC NATURAL HISTORY, a public art project Ukrainian Education and Cultural Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba and MULTIPLES, Art Metropole, Toronto, Ontario April - June 1998 Nine years ago, on April 26 1986, the Chernobyl nuclear power station disaster occurred in the Ukraine. Soviet fire-fighters were allocated three minutes each by the authorities to physically clear radioactive debris from the roof of the power station. For this task, they were issued with basic protective clothing which was insufficient to block out the effects of the radiation. Since then, many have died. On April 26 1998, the twelfth anniversary of the disaster visual artist Stefan Gec will present "Natural History", consisting of six 4.5 metre x 3 metre portraits of the first six fire-fighters - Nikolai Vasilievich Vashchuk, Vasilii Ivanovich Ignatenko, Victor Nikolaevich Kibenok, Vladimir Pavlovich Pravik, Nikolai Ivanovich Titenok and Vladimir Ivanovich Tishchura - to have died. These scanachrome portraits (photographic reproductions on vinyl), measuring a total length of 18 metres, will look down from the roof of the Ukrainian Education and Cultural Centre in Winnipeg. According to Gec, "this piece will work on several levels. Firstly, as a memorial to the firemen, which attempts to identify such a large-scale tragedy with individuals and members of their families. Secondly, the work will attempt to unite the two fire brigades [Soviet and Canadian] through a public display of sympathy and reverence. It will not only look back at the accident, but will also reflect on the ever present possibilities of death which every fire-fighter faces on a daily basis." Stefan Gec, a second-generation Ukrainian, has examined, through his work as an artist, links between his ancestral homeland and Britain since 1988. This work "Natural History" has been seen in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Bracknall, Ottawa and Derry. Details from Shirley Madill, Winnipeg Art Gallery (204) 786 6641. In addition to this there will be an exhibition of Stefan Gec's multiples and Locus + publications at Art Metropole in Toronto (April - May). The multiples include the Ukrainian Firemans Tunic Button (22ct gold. Ed 10), the Childrens Mathematics Exercise Book (ed 10) and a selection of Falconry Hoods. Details from Anne Dean (416) 703 4400. Stefan Gec's catalogue, Trace Elements (ISBN 1 899377 05 0), contains details of his work since 1988 as well as details of his journey to the Ukraine and Chernobyl to compile a diary of photographic images and oral histories of people affected by the disaster. Other Locus+ projects in development Anya Gallacio, Laura Vickerson, Lloyd Gibson and Mark Little, Jonty Semper. Locus+ is an arts organisation based Newcastle upon Tyne, England that develops new strategies with visual artists for different contexts and across formats. Jon Bewley or Simon Herbert Locus+ 17, 3rd Fl Wards Building 31 - 39 High Bridge Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1EW UK t +44 191 233 1450 f +44 191 233 1451 e firstname.lastname@example.org www.locusplus.org.uk ****************************************** HyperTribes - The Lovebytes Digital Arts Festival 23 - 25 April, Sheffield Programme Summary and Highlights The Lovebytes Festival returns 23 - 25 April with 'HyperTribes' - a programme that aims to bring 'Digital Arts' to the people. This year's festival focuses on music and the relationships between art, popular culture and commerce in the digital world. You can join the 'HyperTribes' by visiting Sheffield's 'Cultural Industries Quarter', home to the newly refurbished and expanded Showroom Cinema where festival seminars, workshops and parties take place. The neighbouring media production centres also open their doors with special exhibitions running throughout the festival at the Workstation, Forced Entertainment Studio, the Northern Media School and Sheffield Independent Film. Highlights include: On the 23rd April A Guide to Opportunities for Cultural Producers in Electronic Arts - An opportunity for artists and cultural producers at all stages of their career to make contact with the UK's electronic arts agencies. On 24th April Sound and Space workshop with Audio Rom. The 'Cybercircus' is an insurrectionist workshop with invited participants including Heath Bunting (irational.org) and Steve Kurtz (Critical Arts Ensemble). On the 25th April the ongoing HyperTribes Public Art exhibition is featured in a presentation and debate Public Art and Electronic Media including Susan Collins, Lulu Quinn and Housewatch. Special events include Shallow Water a performance by Third Angel. Paradise - a web site by Forced Entertainment commissioned by Lovebytes as part of the Channel/Metropolis project. Test 1 electronic music event at Kelham Island Museum. There is also an extensive exhibition of Multimedia art at the Multimedia Gallery in the Workstation and an exciting programme of Digital Films at the Showroom. The festival concludes with a multimedia night with NY Sushi at the Music Factory featuring David Holmes and Anti Rom. Three day festival passes are =A328/18, Thursday passes are =A37.40/5 and =46riday and Saturday passes are =A312/8 each. Concessions apply for OAPs, Students and Unemployed. Please call Jane Wilkin on 0114 221 0393 to book. Individual sessions are =A32.50/1.50 and are booked via the Showroom Box Office, please call them on 0114 275 7727 for availability. =46or more information about Lovebytes, events or artists please browse: http://www.lovebytes.org.uk http://www.hypertribes.org.uk/ or mailto:email@example.com ****************************************** KUNSTPLUG artists wanted for site-specific art projects in ultra-modern factory sites near Berlin. The KUNSTPLUG e.V. ("Art plow e.V.") is a non-profit arts organization that runs an international festival each year near Berlin. It is based in a small village -- Baitz-- near the city of Belzig/Brandenburg (one hour southwest of Berlin) . This festival is oriented towards media arts, sound installation, performance, light projections and installation art. Next year the theme will be Art and Industry: we are currently seeking project proposals where artists work with building supplies and deal with the theme of art and modern industry. Here in the ex-East Germany there are many ultra-modern robot-run factories that have been established in new industrial zones: mostly building supply companies (bricks, concrete canal pipes, roof tiles, pre-fabricated houses, freight companies) that all want to get onto the bandwagon of the building boom in Berlin and its suburbs. The installations, actions, performances will take place both in-and outdoors (but mostly outdoors). If you know anyone that is involved with working large-scale with such materials please let us know and send this to: Susken Rosenthal at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org snail: KUNSTPLUG e.V. Susken Rosenthal Bahnhofstr. 47 14806 Baitz Germany Tel.++49-33841-8265 =46ax:++49-33841-33121 Web Site is under construction. ****************************************** EUROPEAN MEDIA ART FESTIVAL 6-10 May 1998 in Osnabrueck http://www.emaf.de INFO 2 '98 Between 6th & 10th May, the 11th European Media Art Festival (EMAF) will again be presenting innovative works from the world of film, video, installation, performance, CD-Rom and the Internet. This year we have received a total of 845 entries from 33 different countries for the various sections of the festival. Next to Germany, both the USA and Canada, as well as Great Britain and the Netherlands are traditionally well represented. In addition, and among entries from other countries, productions from Brazil, France and Russia will be seen, all representing a broad spectrum of creative ideas and visual aesthetics. =46ilm & Video Some 135 productions will be presented in the international film and video programme; from animation film to video employing advanced electronic image processing. What is striking this year are the nearly equal number of films and videos that have been sent in: compared to former years where the number of video productions have always been predominant. This development and the trend towards longer works is reflected in this year's programme, which includes no less than eight feature-length productions. In the tradition of former years, the working circle of film journalists will be presenting the German Film-Critics' Prize for the year's best German experimental film or video production. Retrospective Over the course of the last 25 years, Pat O'Neill (USA) has made a name for himself in Hollywood as a leading specialist for visual effects and animation techniques (POLTERGEIST, RETURN OF THE JEDI etc.). However, he sees his own artistic focus moreso in the development of a personal visual language, the expressive power of which is created through the composition and layering of the broadest variety of image planes. In Osnabrueck, O'Neill will be presenting a complete show of his artistic works. This extends from his early films, which he made as a student at the UCLA, to his most recent piece of work HORIZONTAL BOUNDARIES. Pat O'Neill will be in Osnabrueck to present his films at the festival. Electronic Lounge New CD-Roms, Internet projects and technologically advanced productions are to be presented in this section of the festival. With THE LAST COWBOY from Nomad Productions (Potsdam), one of the first DVD productions will be shown which impressively demonstrates the artistic potential of this new medium. A virtual health resort visit is promised by the CD-Rom KYBERKUR from the Systema-Verlag (Munich). The Cologne Academy for Media will be presenting the CDs LOKI and KRYPTIC. With VIBRATORS OF THE HOUSE OF BRODSKY, a CD from the Australian Suzanne Treister, we set off on a journey in time into the 21st Century. David Blair (USA), one of the pioneers of the interactive media will be presenting his new project THE TELEPATIC MOTION PICTURE OF THE LAST TRIBES, which tells the bizarre story of the Manchu Edison Film Studios in Shinkyo (China), which planned the production of telepathic cinema films. 2B OR NOT 3D is the title of a new time+motion Production (Berlin) for the cultural television channel arte. On a trip through chosen virtual worlds, the innovative 3D visualisation technique INVISIBLE SHAPE from art+com (Berlin) is brought into action. InterNetworks =46aces: grrl power In an open workshop, Kathy Rae Huffmann (Vienna), Diana McCarty (Budapest), Sabine Seymore (NY), Margarete Jahrmann (Vienna) and Vali Djordjevic (Berlin) will be offering guided technical information, organising Web tours, initiating Chats and providing information about a wide variety of female Web environments, including: the fe.mail.data-set; a server theory in the form of a SUperFEMper4MANce from Margarete Jahrmann (A), to take place at the festival as a live event. Special: Sweden In a country-specific special, filmmaker and curator Claes Soderquist will be presenting experimental Swedish films from between 1950 and 1990. Recent film and video works will be presented by Monica Nickels, professor for video at the Stockholm Art Academy. Performances As a way of keeping memories of the dead alive, Buddhist monks float lanterns out onto water during the Japanese celebration of Spring. In =46loating Memories, the Japanese woman artist Keiko Ichii carries over this ancient tradition onto modern media. Memories, impressions and visual experiences which she collected in her home town of Kobe, and during her stay in Osnabrueck, are to be stored on notebooks. In a ceremony these will be given over to the river, unfolding as a spectacle of softly flowing islands of light. The Dante Organ - Hot Hardware Staged using eleven computer controlled flame-throwers, Eric Hobijn (NL) will present an optical and acoustic firework display. The Dante Organ: a martial, seemingly threatening machinery belches out huge flames with infernal volume. Hobijn plays with the observer's secret wishes and hidden desires for spectacular images; his desire for kicks. The familiar security of the monitor screen is dissolved by the immediate intensity of the performance. Different than other media however, where violence and danger is concealed from the viewer behind the television screen, a form of technology called HOT HARDWARE has been used here which via an immediate intensity removes any sense of distance. Cut to the chase In the multimedia performance CUT TO THE CHASE, the knob- twiddler and composer Steve Gibson (CDN) brings a mixture of hard-core techno, warm ambient and cool classic onto the stage together with Bert Deivert 's (S) video animations"performed on MIDI guitar. Lectures Net-Culture In cooperation with the editorial department from TELEPOLIS- MAGAZINE FOR NETWORK CULTURE (www.heise.de/tp/) a series of lectures and discussions will take Net culture as their theme, critically reflecting developments in the area of networks and AV media from a variety of perspectives. Moderation: the curator and telepolis editor Armin Medosch (Munich/London). Participants: the artist Cornelia Sollfrank (Hamburg), sociologist Frank Hartmann (Vienna), and the Networkers Rena Tangens and padeluun (Bielefeld) have been invited. Media Bodies The role of the body in a world defined by the media is the subject of lectures by Gerhard Johann Lischka (CH) and Hartmut Winkler (D) respectively titled Everybody is a Mediator and Pain, Perception, Experience, Pleasure. Here they examine developments in a society increasingly governed by the media in an art historical and media critical manner. With the presentation of their project 3 ROUBLES AND 62 KOPEKS, Tanya Moguilevska (RUS) and Gilles Morel (F) will provide us with information on and an insight into the development of the art and media scene in Russia, the Ukraine and Moldavia. International Student Forum THRUST, TECHNOLOGY, TARTS The Student Forum has discovered the recipe for life after death!! In the programme as well: In the face of the phantom! Birth (Day) of horror! Artificial creatures orbit the world! Imprisoned in immaterial space... An artistic menagerie of video, light and sound installations are to be presented in the Buergergehorsam Tower and the Haus der Jugend. The film and video programme at the Student Forum promises further stimulating high spots: burning hearts, roaring tigers and an electric panacopia of crashing encounters! =46estival TV With his programme LOOP UND LITANEI, Egon Bunne - video artist and professor at the media academy in Cologne - and his team will be reporting daily from the European Media Art Festival. His 'participatory' TV event will provide up to the minute insights into the happenings at the festival. Exhibition >From 6th - 24th May at the art gallery in the Dominican church, kinetic >art objects, interactive installations, and works of art employing light, >video and computers can be experienced inviting observation, touch and >consciousness. In the interactive spatial installation THE FUGITIVE from Simon Penny (AUS), the images are constantly in motion, fleeing the attentions of the viewer. No matter how hard the visitor tries to approach the pictures, tries to reach them with a jump or even creep up on them, the projections are always quicker and move out of the field of view. Peter Bogers (NL) thematises the presence of surveillance systems in public spaces and the brutality of our every day media in his TV circle RITUAL 1&2. A second for second orgy of violence hammers itself into the minds of the viewers while cameras keep the landscape under surveillance from a variety of perspectives. Anne Quirynen, Peter Misotten and An Marie Lambrechts (B) will transform the art gallery at the Dominican Church into an enormous experiential space. In their most recent video space-installation EVERYTHING WILL BE ALLRIGHT, human bodies float in a water tank flooded with light in an atmosphere strangely removed from the real world. From time to time, a wave of movement spreads through the container disturbing the gentle peace. Thick glass layers conceal the films of the objects PILLAR and GLASS OBJECT from Sweden's Peter Svedberg. Broken up by mirrors and facets and eluding the direct gaze of the viewer, scenes from TV channels melt to abstract forms and meditative impressions in a spatial interplay of colours and structures. In addition to the installations mentioned here, Thomas Bartels (D), Dalibor Martinis (CRO), Candela2 (D) and Nigel Johnson (GB) will be presenting their most recent works. More information and updates in our programme, which will be published by April or on our website. European Media Art Festival Postfach 1861 Lohstrasse 45A D-49008 Osnabrueck Tel: +49/(0)541-21658 /25779 =46ax: +49/(0)541-28327 Internet:http://www.emaf.de e-mail:email@example.com =46estivalboard: Alfred Rotert Hermann Noering Ralf Sausmikat ------------------------------------------------------------ =46unding by: Niedersaechsisches Ministerium fuer Wissenschaft und Kultur; Hannover Stadt Osnabrueck, Auswaertiges Amt, Bonn Bundesministerium fuer Bildung, Wissenschaft, Forschung und Technologie, Bonn, European Commmission, Brussels and contributions made by other supporters. ============================================= 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. 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