#025 Jan 1994


                             THE ISEA NEWSLETTER

                             # 25, JANUARY 1994

Editors: Dirk Boon, Wim van der Plas (Holland). Correspondents: Yoshiyuki
Abe (Japan), Ray Archee (Australia), Peter Beyls (Belgium), Leslie Bishko
(US), Paul Brown (US), Annick Bureaud (France), Jurgen Claus (Germany),
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 31-10-2020850,  Fax 31-10-2668705 (c/o Heidi van der Plas).
Email: ISEA@MBR.FRG.EUR.NL (Board) or ISEA@SARA.NL (Newsletter)



This is ISEA Newsletter #25. Since we started in January 1992 we have not
missed a month. This is notable considering that ISEA has no financial
support, except for the membership fees of our regular members which pay
for postage. The stamps are needed for all those members who do not have
access to Email. And those people are still the majority.
This may change: maybe in a few years when you are all connected to
electronic mail. (Please inform us of your address, when you get on
All work needed to produce and distribute the Newsletters is done by
volunteers. I wish to thank all of them and congratulate them:
the international correspondents, the text editors Seth and Ray, the
graphic designer Rene and most of all Dirk, who produces and distributes
the Newsletter. They really are volunteers: none of them has a job al-
lowing them to do this on the boss's time.
We are still working on improving our situation, harder than ever,
actually. But with or without that, we will continue to do our best for
you - providing you with a worthwhile Newsletter and, we hope soon, with
an International Journal on Electronic Art.

Wim van der Plas


Roman Verostko recently published a report on the Fourth International
Symposium on Electronic Art (Minneapolis, November '93), of which he was
the executive director. A few quotes:

(...) Assessments show clearly that this annual forum is alive and well -
and its promise for the future is assured! (...)

SCOPE. Representing 20 countries and 31 states a total of more than 400 
delegates and exhibitors contributed to the success of FISEA 93 held in 
Minneapolis from November 3 to 7, 1993.
Countries represented included Australia, Japan, Finland, Denmark, Sweden,
Holland, Belgium, Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Spain,Portugal, the UK,
Israel,  Canada,  Brazil, and the Peoples' Republic of China. (...)

FOCUS. The theme for the 1993 symposium, 'the art factor', was addressed
pointedly at the opening session by Jan Hoet, curator of Documenta IX
(Kassel 1992). Following his address, a heightened discussion followed
wherein he held firmly to the conviction that the 'art factor' lay beyond
the 'glamour of novelty' attached to the medium.  Well known for his
tenacity and prodding eloquence Jan Hoet stimulated several days of
intense dialogue along side the many interesting papers and panels

PAPERS & PANELS. (...) Illustrated sessions held pleasant surprises such
as one by Christian Moller from Germany who showed a video of his
electronic architecture wherein the entire wall of the museum responded to
environmental changes in light and sound.

PROJECTS & APPLICATIONS. (...)  Topics in these sessions included practice
and experimentation with electronic choreography and cinema, digital
photography, networked virtual reality, robotics, telecommunications,
interactive architecture, autonomous/sensing sculpture, algorithmic
experiments, hypertext, holography, biofeedback, virtual environments,
solid modeling (sculpture), and electrostatic copier art.

EXHIBITIONS. (...)  Sign ups for the "Brain Wave Rider" were continuously
filled throughout the week. This very provocative "interactive" work
employing biofeedback technology, was created by the Digital Therapy
Institute (Tokyo) led by Keisuke Oki. The viewer, electronically connected
to the piece and seated was able to affect the nature of images through
meditation by changing from alpha to beta or delta waves. This work,
perhaps more than others pointed clearly to the interdisciplinary nature
of these symposia and spells out the question about what we choose to
include   in our definition of the "art" experience.

ELECTRONIC THEATER. (...) Work of 21 artists from 9 countries includes a
FISEA 93 logo by Ivan Tylevich, an MCAD student. Ivan's piece is derived
from his FISEA 93 Poster: "a wired Christ-head immersed in fluid tissue -
the human/machine hybrid icon - as the brutal reconciliation site".  The
piece grips the viewer and forces an experience of a human machine dilemma
- will our machines bring us salvation or destruction? Such work is in
direct contrast to the gentle, spiritual qualities of Cheung Wai-Kwong's
(France) animation, Sous Jantres Cieux, which demonstrates the transfor-
mative power of cyberspace.

SOUND/PERFORMANCE EVENTS.(...) Joshua Fried's (New York) "Travelogue", a
heart rending work performed by Monica Maye, demonstrated collision and
interaction between a live performer and a recording evoking experiences
of exhilaration, despair and dislocation - like those of a traveler. Craig
Harris' "inDelicate Balance" gave us poetry through transformed "found
sound" with a gentle presence. Cort Lippe's (IRCAM, Paris) Music for
Clarinet and ISWP was performed by John Anderson (U of M) demonstrating
the powerful potential of "processing" live performance.

SUMMARY NOTE:  Budgets limited what was possible in every aspect of the
program - exhibits, publications, transportation and assistance for
presenters.  For this reason all presenters and exhibitors are to be
congratulated for their contribution. Roman Verostko has expressed a deep
gratitude to all those who participated for the generosity of their spirit
and help. The FISEA 93 symposium demonstrated that there is indeed a
growing community of professionals who are making major sacrifices to see
this series go into the future.

See you in Helsinki for ISEA 94, August 23-28, 1994."

There was much more. For the full report contact:
Roman Verostko, Program Director, FISEA 93
Email: ROMAN@MCAD.EDU         Tel: 1-612-825.2720

Are now available via Email.

The service can be accessed via either Fineart's gopher or www services.

Gopher is:

www URL is:

Note that the Fineart www service can now be accessed via the ISEA94 web
server and vica versa.

Paul Brown


Lubor Benda of Pen Fli Studio,  sent us an overview of the electronic art
situation in the Czech Republic. Lubor is setting up a Czech ISEA Branche,
about which we will inform you in the next Newsletter.

I would like to inform you about the  results of research on the situation
in electronic art in the Czech Republic. First I am sending a short report
on the contemporary situation at Universities because it is the most
actual part.

Official branches and studios have been concentrated in the two biggest
cities, in Prague and Brno. In Brno, there was founded (as a part of the
Technical University ) a department VIDEO-MULTIMEDIA-PERFORMANCE with as
chief professor Tomas Ruller.
Thanks to a previous existence of the Audio Visual centre, there is quite
solid technical and professional background, according to the regional
conditions, of course.
The situation there is getting better very much, in my opinion mostly
thanks to the guest-professor Woody Vasulka. At the same time he activates
a happening outside of University very much. Probably there will be
founded a Vasulka Society and Foundation with which we will cooperate as

In Prague there is a similar situation. There was founded a studio of new
media (headed by prof Belinski ) in Academy of Fine Arts directed by Milan
Knizak. Concerning technical equipment, the number of students and
cooperation with TV, press and so on, the situation is better than in
Brno, it is a probably the effect of the capital city.

Other activities which may be of concern here are to be found at the Film
Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, where they are equipped for computer
animation and video editing. We are in contact with Stanislav Miller who
realized a Foundation for approach to the medias which is very interesting
for us as well.
Last, the Czech Technic University with departments Audio-video and
Computer Graphics is a technicaly interesting centre above all. They are
on Internet too.

We have met an interest in ISEA everywhere. As a conclusion I would like
to inform you about the first action of 'ISEA Czech'. This is a lecture by
Woody Vasulka  which we realized at the 14th December in Pardubice City
Art Gallery. It was on American video art, 60`s and 70`s, first video and
audio synthesizers, first animation and videocomposition systems.

Lubor Benda, Pen Fli studio, Total Vision

Ray Archee

At the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney - the MCA Collection of Light
and Movement works (10 Nov '93 - 22 Mar '94). Works in this exhibition
range from optical paintings and 3-D works from the 1960's which use
electronic motors, swirling liquids, mirrors and light bulbs, to recent
work using household toasters by James Angus. A particular focus of this
part-retrospective is that of a group of artists who, in the 1960's
explored kinetics, optics and perception in their art. Their inves-
tigations resulted in engaging directness and optimism about technology
and science.

At the virtual interface, Michael Snoswell, a South Australian researcher
is currently developing a client/server program called CyberTerm which
will enable multiple users to create a 3-D graphical presence in
cyberspace via modem. Users will be able to program their 'agents' to
perform various tasks from search and reconnaissance to preparing reports
and communicating with other users connected to the system.

Alex Karinsky

Special Space Problems is the premier Film & Video Arts Program in New
York City (on Cable TV). Exhibiting the most challenging visions of the
modern era by many renowned artists from around the world, SSP now goes
into the homes of well inexcess of 3 million, twice a week! With a hungry
NYC audience, SSP whishes to exhibit the works of up-and-coming artists,
as well as those already established, in all facets of the Visual Arts
Media, including animation (computer/traditional), on S-8, 16 mm, video
(NTSC/PAL/Secam/Mescam-3/4"-VHS-8mm-VHSC), QuickTime & any other format.
I will send you copies of all shows that your works are exhibited on.

Please send your submissions to:
Special Space Problems, c/o Alex Karinsky
POB 20203, New York, NY 10001-9992, USA

Rosie Cross.

Clan Analogue was founded in June '92 by a small group of aspiring
analogue keyboard users. It was initially established to strengthen
communication links between these few and anyone else interested in
joining. It also acted as a platform to launch both personal and
collective projects.
Since then Clan Analogue has grown into many areas outside of this
founding collective interest. Its members represent a wide spectrum of
backgrounds, interpretations and interests within sound production,
performance, installation, visual composition and other forms of
electronically mediated art. The Clan has become widely known in local
circles as a creative collective of electronic sound experimentalists,
with frequent performances at many events.

Clan has its headquarters in Sydney, Australia, with branches now exten-
ding to other cities and capitals around the country with groups forming
overseas.  Sound hackers, performers, composers, producers, engineers and
djs, intercept with electronic zeal.

Membership for Clan Analogue is only 30 dollars a year. This allows access
to  all information disseminated by Clan either on the Network or Snail--
mail distribution. It also avails those involved with the experience of
working and communicating with an interactive support network for the
pursuit of innovation within progressive sound composition. Clan members
are invited regularly on many radio stations in our areas, and their
featured work is being heard by more and more people, tired of commercial
and dull uninitiated musical crud.

For those who are familiar with telecommunication devices, such as modems
interfacing with data space. Clan Analogue, now has its own conference,
X.ANALOG, *on-line* on System-X - "Computer mediated communications for
computer mediated artists". Data ph 61-(02) 361-4063 all speeds to v.32

Sysop,  Scot Art
e-mail  scot@asstdc.oz.au
        swlabr@f634.n712.z3.fidonet.org (Clan Analogue contact)

If you have a modem at your disposal you can now log onto System-X and get
the latest information and updates on Clan Analogue.

For more information:
E-mail: swlabr@f634.n712.z3.fidonet.org
Snail mail and all membership enquiries:
Brendan Palmer, Clan Analogue, PO Box E384, St. James,
NSW 2000, Australia. Tel: 61-(02)498-4988

Annic Bureaud

CHAOS, the publisher of the IDEA (International Directory of Electronic
Arts) launched 3615 ARELEC, an online bulletin board on electronic arts
on the Minitel (French videotex system).
3615 ARELEC includes :
-    An international database of institutions and periodicals (based on
     the IDEA)
-    A "news" section, providing detailed information on events, conferen-
     ces, books, etc.
-    A "Calendar" section with al the events annouced up to 2 years in
-    An electronic mail through the Minitel 3615 ARELEC hosts 4 French
     institutions dealing with art, science and technology :
-    ADAC, Association pour le Developpement des Arbres de Connaissance
-    ALPHA CENTAURI, non-profit organization based near Paris and acting
     as an interface between artists and scientists
-    CETEC, Centre Europeen de Technoculture provinding training in the
     cross fields of art, technology and economy
-    CYPRES, Centre Interculturel de Pratiques et Recherches Transdis-
     ciplinaires based at the art school of Aix-en-Provence and proposing
     training and research in the fields of art, science, technology with
     an intercultural aproach.
3615 ARELEC is available from France. (Dial 3615 on Minitel)

Annette Weintraub

February 16 - March 4  1994, The Gallery at Parsons School of Design, New
York, USA. Opening Reception: February 16, 6-8 pm
Kevin Crawford; Kenneth Sean Golden; Kathryn Greene; Kent Rollins; Kath-
leen Ruiz; Mechthild Schmidt; Madeline Schwartzman; Leah Siegel; Annette

Interdisciplinary in scope, historically informed, FROM DRAWING TO MONTAGE
locates artists' use of computers within the broader context of twentieth
century challenges to traditional art practices and assumptions, especial-
ly as they have manifested themselves through technological innovations
and the disruptions they have caused.

The exhibition, encompassing drawing, photography and sculpture, features
the work of nine artists who represent a broad cross section of artists
working with computer technologies.
Avoiding easy conclusions, FROM DRAWING TO MONTAGE seeks to consider a
body of art works and practices still very much in flux.
A symposium including panel discussion will accompany the exhibition and
will be held the week of February 21. Call for details. This exhibition
has been curated by Michael Dashkin. For information, contact: Clinton
Kuopus, Tel : 1-212 229-8987
The Gallery at Parsons School of Design, 2 West Thirteenth Street
New York, NY 10011, USA.


April 11 - 15  1994, Lufthansa Training Center, Seeheim, Germany.
Wept is a week on electronic publishing and typography. Two international
conferences, RIDT94 (Raster imaging and digital typograhy) and EP94
(Electronic publishing, document manipulation and typography) and two
international workshops, TEP94 (Teaching electronic publishing and digital
typography) and PODP94 (principles of document processing) are scheduled
for the same week at the same place. Tutorials are offered and may be
visited by any participant.
WEPT discusses the current research topics in electronic publishing. It
brings people together who usually do not meet, although they work on
related topics. The week will be held at the Lufthansa Training Center, at
Seeheim, near Darmstadt, Germany, which will be the place for lectures,
demos, conferences, meetings, and also for accomodation.
Conference secretariat: Christine Harms, GMD Birlinghoven,
D-53757 Sankt Augustin, Germany. Tel: 49-2241-142473, Fax: 142472,
Email: ep94@gmd.de


FISEA 93 ABSTRACTS AND ARTIST' STATEMENTS ("the catalogue").  Includes:
Introduction, abstracts of papers, panels, and projects and applications;
artist statements; curator's notes on Electronic Theater, the Art Factor
Exhibition, the Interactive Gallery, Performance, the Exquisite Fax
Invitational and the FISEA Fax Open; listing of participants in the slide
show and listening chamber. Folio size 10.25" by 16", 44 pp., 40 color
repros of exhibitors' work. $25.00 plus $3.50 postage.
Can be ordered in Europe through the Inter-Society.

FISEA 93 ELECTRONIC THEATER VIDEOTAPE. Contains 20 of the computer
generated works shown in the 1993 FISEA Electronic Theater representing
artists from eight different countries. Format is VHS (NTSC). ($19.95 plus
$3.50 postage within continental U.S. or $5.50 outside).
PAL version can be ordered through the Inter-Society (US$25 or Dfl 40 plus
mailing costs).

FISEA 93 TEE-SHIRTS. The front and back of the shirt are reproductions
from the FISEA 93 poster designed by Ivan Tylevich. One side full color
represents an "anonymous wired Christ-head immersed in fluid tissue -
the human/machine hybrid 'icon' - . . ." while the other side displays
FISEA identity details in black & white.) $15.00 plus $3.50 postage.

Address orders to:

ISEA, POB 8656, 3009 AR Rotterdam, Holland
Fax: 31-10-2668705 (C/o Heidi), Email: ISEA@MBR.FRG.EUR.NL
Joan Klaiber
Minneapolis College of Art and Design
2501 Stevens Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404, USA
Tel: 1-612-8743754, Fax: 8743732, Email: JOAN_KLAIBER@MACMAIL.MCAD.EDU

                           CALLS FOR PARTICIPATION

I am in the process of creating and coordinating a telematic opera
entitled "The Reality Engine" based loosely on the mind of McLuhan.
It involves a collection of cities with their appropriate creative team
working towards the goal of this opera, a simultaneous broadcast in
their respective cities using inspired mediums within the demands of
what could be the future of the contemporary operatic form.
Information: Thom Sokoloski, Autumn Leaf Performance,
Tel: 1-416-944-3100, Fax: 1-416-944-3480, Email: THOM.SOKOLOSKI@CANREM.CON

Martin Sperka

In June (opening is June 5th) will be exhibition "Computer Graphics in the
Fine Arts" at the gallery MEDIUM, Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Hviez-
doslavovo nam. 18, 814 37 Bratislava, Slovakia.

The topics of this exhibition will deal with the folowing key questions:
-Role of electronic communication at presentation of artefacts, in spite
 of saving energy, space and materials comparing to classical exhibitions
 (cost of communication, transportation, renting rooms, publishing catalo-
 gues etc.).
-Impact of computer graphics and electronic communication in art on
 post-communist and third world countries (Transition from closed to open
 society caused boom of international art exhibitions. Similiar situation
 exists in commmercial applications of computers, but artists have limited
 access to these technologies).

Selected images, transmitted via the e-mail (encoded binary files TGA,
TIFF, JPEG or Mac formats) will be printed on A4 (A3) format, black and
white or color (limited number). The images (separate message) should be
accompanied by the separate message with following data: name, address,
name of the image, image format, HW & SW, brief biography of author and
short statemnet about his philosophy of his activity and its attitude
towards e-mail in the fine art (when printed, not exceeding 1 page A4).
One author should send maximum 3 images. We can print few images in A0
format, but in case that author want to use high resolution, he have send
data on Bernouli, Syquest disc (44 or 88 MB) or streamer tape. We will
accept also short computer animated flics.
Flics will be running during the exhibition.
The most preferable will be formats FLI or FLC for IBM PC than Amiga and
Mac formats. We prefere files, shorter or equal 1.44 MB (capacity of
standard floppy disc). All artists, who will exhibit will receive
a catalogue from the exhibition (in this case not by email).
The deadline for submiting files will be April 15, 1994.
Details, for those who are interested in participation will be answered on
e-mail address: sperka@cvt.stuba.sk (or contact ISEA)


On October 14th, 15th and 16th, the Center for Art Research in Boston will
sponsor a National Symposium on Proposed Arts and Humanities Policies for
the National Information Infrastructure.
Participants will explore the impact of the Clinton Administration's
AGENDA FOR ACTION and proposed NII legislation on the future of the arts
and the humanities in 21st Century America.

The symposium will bring together government officials, academics,
artists, writers, representatives of arts and cultural institutions and
organizations, and other concerned individuals from many disciplines and
areas of interest to discuss specific issues of policy which will effect
the cultural life of *all* Americans during the coming decades.

To participate, submit a 250-word abstract of your proposal for a paper,
panel-discussion or presentation, accompanied by a one-page vitae, by
March 15, 1994. Special consideration will be given to those efforts that
take a critical perspective of the issues, and are concerned with offering
specific alternatives to current administration and congressional agendas.
The proceedings of the symposium will be video-taped, and papers and
panels will be published on CD-ROM.

Info: Jay Jaroslav, Director Center For Art Research, 241 A Street Boston,
MA 02210-1302 USA.  Tel: 1-617-4518030, Fax: 1-617-4511196,
Email: jaroslav@artdata.win.net

Michele Emmwer, editor. A Leonardo Book, MIT Press. 36 Articles. US$39.95

Craig Harris, editor
A Leonardo Book, MIT Press
Profiles of organizations and individuals active in the field where the
arts, sciences and technology meet. US$29.95

(ISEA can forward orders for these Leonardo Books)

Annick Bureaud, editor
Chaos Editions (France), French/English
Over 2800 addresses, by country and by name. US$43, order from ISEA

2nd edition ('93), describing over 2000 design programs and schools
covering over 200 countries. Indexed across a broad spectrum of
disciplines. US$ 55 (Prepublication offer for IDoD '94: US$40)
Penrose Press, POB 470925, San Francisco, CA 94147, USA.
Tel: 1-415-5674157, fax 5674165

Symposium Proceedings.
ZeroNet (Austria), German/English. ATS 150 each or ATS300 for all 3
Order from ZeroNet, Wiedner Hauptstr. 37/70, A-1040 Wien, Austria

Rappresentazioni Tecnologiche, Comunicazione, Arte
Pier Luigi Capucci
Cooperativa Libraria Universitaria Editrice Bologna Italian, 230 pp
Via Marsala 24, Bologna, Italy. Tel: 39-51-220736, 237758, 224780

Catalogue of the Media Art Festival of the ZKM Karlsruhe
German with summaries in English, 160 pp, well illustrated
ISBN 3-928201-06-9


The VR Research Web Macintosh CD-ROM presents research on consumer virtual
reality experiences conducted by Dr. Carrie Heeter at the Michigan State
University Communication Technology Laboratory. Surveys of commercial
entertainment services provide a glimpse at future VR game players.
Studies from three original Michigan State University VR design prototypes
offer insights into second person and mirror world VR interfaces. The
CD-ROM integrates text from 6 published journal articles with digital
video and audio.
The Web requires 8MB of RAM to run.
Available for US$60 plus shipping and handling.
Instructional Media Center, c/o Marketing Division
Michigan State University, POB 710, East Lansing, MI 48826-0710, USA
Tel: 1-517-3539229, Fax: 3362650

For more information on the Comm Tech Lab, contact Carrie Heeter at 400
Computer Center MSU, East Lansing, MI 48824, USA.
Tel: 1-517-3535497, Fax: 3535498, Email: HEETER@IBM.CL.MSU.EDU


Jan 17 - Feb 10  1994, Tokyo, Japan
Interactive Videodisc Installation - Artist: Bill Seaman,
Jan 17 - Feb 10, 11am-8pm at ICC Gallery, NTT Media Lab. 1F Minami-Azabu,
Tokyo, Japan. Info: ICC promotion room , Tel: 81-3-3476-7507

February 7 - 10, 1994, 10 am - 16 pm
Akademie der Bildenden Kunste Munchen, Germany
Seminar by Prof. Jurgen Claus in cooperation with Prof. Edgar Knoop.
Includes (a.o.): Art in the Biosphere, The Electronic Art Museum, SolArt
Global Network '95. International videos, different program each day.
Tel: 49-89-3852102 (Mrs. Wielk) or 49-221-20189115 (Mrs. Ritter)

April 11 - 15  1994, Lufthansa Training Center, Seeheim, Germany
Week on Electronic Publishing and Typography. Conferences and workshops.
Conference secretariat: Christine Harms, GMD Birlinghoven,
D-53757 Sankt Augustin, Germany. Tel: 49-2241-142473, Fax: 142472,
Email: ep94@gmd.de

May 4 - 8  1994, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Deadline for submissions: February 1st 1994.
Info: New Visions, P.O. Box 1269, Glasgow G3 6QA, Scotland, UK.
Tel: 44-41-3320744

June 21 - 25  1994, Linz, Australia.
Info: ORF Landesstudio Oberosterreich, Europaplatz 3a, Linz, Australia.
Tel: 43-732-6900-238, 267, also Fax: 43-732-7612350 or 783745

July 23 - 27  1994,  Campus Sart Tilman, B-4000 Liege, Belgium.
Info: ESCOM Secretariat, Centre de Recherches Musicales de Wallonie
16 place du 20 Aout, B-4000 Liege, Belgium.
Tel: 32-41-223362, Fax: 32-41-220668, Email: URPM@BLIULG11.BITNET

August 23 - 28  1994, Helsinki, Finland.
The 5th International Symposium on Electronic Art will take place in
Helsinki, Finland. ISEA'94 will be a lively forum for artists, scientists,
educators, critics and scholars, all those who share a professional
interest in the electronic media. In addition to approximately 200 inter-
national participators, the organizers expect a total attendance of 10.000
Info: ISEA'94, University of Arts and Design UIAH, Hameentie 135c, 00560
Helsinki, Finland. Tel: 358-0-7563344, Fax: 7563537, Email: ISEA@UIAH.FI

September 12 - 17 1994, Aarhus, Denmark
Info: ICMC 1994, Musikhuset Aarhus, Thomas Jensens All, DK-8000 Aarhus C,
Denmark. Tel: 45-8931-8171, Fax: 45-8931-8166, Email: ICMC94@daimi.aau.dk

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 men-
tioned in this Newsletter by contacting ISEA.

Support: Erasmus University Rotterdam (Law Dept), Amsterdam University,
V2  Organisation,  Tell Productions,  YLEM,  ISAST,  Renderstar Tech-
nology, Media Research,  Museum der Stad Gladbeck, Corel Corporation,
The Council for the International Biennale in Nagoya, CSL Computers
End of Newsletter 25

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