#029 May 1994


                             THE ISEA NEWSLETTER

                                # 29, MAY 1994

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 (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)

Dirk Boon

We wish to welcome Fernando Araujo as our new correspondent from Colombia.
Fernando will also cover the neighbouring countries of Venezuela, Ecuador 
and Peru. 

Members who can now be reached via e-mail, but who are still receiving the
ISEA newsletter by snail-mail, are kindly requested to send their e-mail
address to the ISEA secretariat (ISEA@SARA.NL). Since ISEA is still not a
very rich organization, and wants to reach as many members (and
potential members) as possible (with or without e-mail), we prefer to
send the newsletter by the less expensive e-mail route.

Although the Inter-Society at the moment has several hundred members
in 26 countries, in large regions such as Africa, China, and Russia
we have no members at all. In India we only have one member. We think
it is important to have contacts in these countries/regions, and to
benefit from their cultures. If anybody can help us with this,
please contact ISEA.

Fernando Araujo

It was more than ten years ago when I first heard the word "Installation"
referred to art. The "Installation" was held at the Universidad Nacional
in Bogota,Colombia. TEREBRA : As you entered the room (Around 50 sq.
meter) you founded three old B&W TVs and some speakers around them.The
pictures on the screen showed different views at different times of the
surgical procedure known as BRAIN Trepanation.On the audio soundtrack you
could heard the sound of the electrical machine used and also the charac-
teristic brain bone crushing sound.
At the main entrance of the room there were some quotes from an  important
psychologist related to the link between time perception & events.
The objective of the artist was "to made all who enter this room to live
"una experiencia de tiempo vacio" (an empty-time experience)". Unfor-
tunately I don't remember the name of the artist but one thing to mention
is the fact that this installation were attracting Psychologists, Medicine
students and ... Engineers !, creating for the first time a true link
between Science & Art.
It was something real advanced for that time and still it's one of the
better installations that we have had here. Since that time an emerging
culture for electronic art is developing slowly.

Every two years is held here the Salon Nacional de Artistas :it should be
the main event but it's really limited for lack of technological capabili-
ties and more than that by lack of publicly available information. Art
Galleries here are still very classic-oriented and many of their directors
think that TVs, Computers & Audio have nothing common to Art. This situa-
tion will be changing slowly thanks to some events that I will mention
below. Government support -which is limited- is entirely devoted to
Classic Opera. As many of you already know,situation in the developing
countries is really hard in all aspects and specially for funding.

Regarding events in Colombia of interest for ISEA members I will name two:
The first is the Festival Internacional de Musica Contemporanea, an idea
developed by Cecilia Casas, a classical pianist who also has performed
live, some compositions of George Crumb during his visit some years ago.
This festival has had three editions with important guests from Finland
(Hakilla-Kartunnen), Germany, France (Saariaho), USA & Switzerland, and  
also the work of some colombian electronic music composers. The festival
is funded by Patronato Colombiano de Artes y Ciencias and some private
companies. Next edition will be on April-May 1995. Calls for participation
will be sent to ISEA as soon as they are available.

The second is the Muestra Internacional de Cine y Video sponsored by TPB.
This event presents the work of amateur cinematographers and accepts 
works in all formats (8 mm, VHS, Beta and even 16 mm & Super 8 movies).
Next edition will be held on September. More information will be available
in the next month.

In a next report you will find  more information on the events mentioned,
and descriptions of the work of some contemporary dance groups. Also a
complete synthesis on the past three Festivals of Contemporary Music,
which are without doubt the main event for Electronic Arts in Colombia.


Dear Sir,

Have just heard about your organization through a listing on a computer
service called America Online. I am the ethics Chair for The SPGA chapter
of the Graphic Artist Guild (chapter located in Seattle, WA, USA)

Society of Professional Graphic Artists
Statement of Purpose

The Society of Professional Graphic Artists exists to promote the general
business welfare of its members; to exchange views technical and business
matters; to evaluate the standards and working conditions of professional
graphic artists; to support the SPGA Code of Ethics and Fair Practices;
and to meet regularly for the improvement of business relations of its

SPGA is concerned with professional business practices only. Members
consult on bookkeeping, taxes, billing, estimating and collection procedu-
res, ownership, copyright and pricing guidelines. And members "Show and
Price" their work at monthly meetings.

SPGA does not pass judgment on the cleverness or competence of members
work. SPGA believes the best judge o artwork is in the competitive market-

SPGA members, while often competitors, know that good business practice is
good business for all. Members, therefore, are eager to share their
experiences and that is what sets SPGA apart from all other organizations
and why members support ht ideas and ideals of the Society of Professional
Graphic Artists.

(This is a main excerpt from the original statement of purpose announced
in Seattle over 38 years ago. Recently, the SPGA became a chapter of the
Graphic Artists guild, who while not as old as the SPGA has gained higher
acceptance and legal muscle on a national level. Where before the SPGA was
strictly limited to freelance Graphic Designers and Illustrators, it is
now open to agencies, photographers and almost anybody in the graphic
artist market.)

********* Why I have contacted you********* 

Graphic Artist suffer from the public's general ignorance of their profes-
sion. The average person has only the mildest guess as to the nature of
the type of work a graphic artist does. Almost all the work is copy
right related. Since most copyrights are only respected when they recog-
nized, ignorance of copyright is the largest enemy of graphic artists.

Work (art/design) of artisans are constantly being stolen and misused.
Over the years with the help of legal institutions and Graphic related
organizations (Such as the Graphic Artist Guild) the public has become
more away of the copyright issue as it pertains to artisans.

The rapidly growing accessibility to the internet and new technology opens
up a very large and very dangerous area to artisans. The ease to which a
work can be stolen and misused over and over again is mind numbing.

Given that there are others, writers in particular, who also recognize
this threat to their incomes, action is no doubt being taken. This action
I am sure will become the most well enforce (as far as enforceability
goes) and the most widely accepted standard practice to gain recognition
in the internet.

My request of you is to provide us (graphic artists in our area) with
information on the rule structuring (both legal and otherwise) that might
be being organized for the Internet and for the electronic Media area as a
whole. We are seeking speakers who can enlighten us on what is being done
currently, and who might be able to direct our efforts where they would be
the most effective.

Our meetings are the last weekend of each month. We are building a panel
for our June meeting and have hopes of having speakers for a cross 
sampling of electronic Media present. Can you provide us with anybody?
Unfortunatly, we will need somebody local as we have not the funds to fly
anybody in.

Which leads to my next set of questions:
Have you made contact with anybody at the national office of the Graphic
Artist Guild? Do you have any members who are local to the area of Seat-
tle, WA or thereabouts?
Do you have any members in the general American West Coast?

Your reply is greatly appreciated, I look forward to knowing more about
your group.

Sincerely, Mark Monlux   MMonlux@aol.com

Menno Rubbens

Fourth message, 14 april 1994

Summary previous SCI messages:
In September 1994 the foundation ATTILA (based in Rotterdam, The Nether-
lands) is organizing an international electronic NetWorkshop.
The idea is to send and receive 3D-models for SCULPTURE-BUILDINGS.
Buildings which are sculptures, and sculptures actually being buildings.
Buildings are regarded as sculptures to work and to live in. The main
topic of the manifestation will be the relationship between Architecture,
Art and Electronic media.
With the increasing influence of electronic media on our physical world,
the way we experience our physical environment changes. The tendency of
communication spaces becoming more and more a-topic will be of great
influence on the design of architectural-, sculptural- and cyber-
netic-space. The dissolving sensorial boundaries between electronic and
physical space will be explored during the manifestation by connecting
cyber-spatial-design to physical interfaces, such as milling-machines and 

Additional Information:

1- The ATTILA foundation has now its own account on The WELL. Please 
send all questions to: attila@well.sf.ca.us
2- With the assistance of the 'CAD-Training center' of the T.U. Delft the
ATTILA foundation has set up an FTP site to make the exchange of files 
easier. (for info, email: attila@well.sf.ca.us)

During the last months we got a possitive reaction on our initiative 
from you. We would like to know if you are still interested in par-
ticipating in the NetWorkshop.
If you and/or your organisation would like to participate in the exchange
of ideas and models during the SCULPTURE CITY INTERNATIONAL NetWorkshop
in september 1994 please send mail to :  attila@well.sf.ca.us
containing name, email address, organisation, country, and a short note
why you would like to participate, and if you will participate as an
individual or with a group. 

                       (Source Music Research Digest) 
Zeitschrift fuer musikalische Grundlagenforschung, Journal for Fundamental
Music Research Journal pour la Recherche Fondamentale de la Musique
1993, Number 1 Volume 1 & Volume 2


The 1st number (1993-1/1) of the Journal: Systematic Musicology - Question
and Answers, includes on 100 pages results connected with the evaluation
of the present state of systematic musicological research in different
countries. The 2d volume (1993-1/2) includes papers and discussions held
1993 at the first International Musicological Symposium "The Present State
of Systematic Musicology" taking place 26th September, 1993 in the castle
of Moravany. The 3d number (1994-2/1) will cover contributions written by
Mario Baroni (Bologna/Italy), Bernard Bel (Marseille/France), Oskar
Elschek (Bratislava/Slovakia), Albrecht Schneider (Hamburg/Germany), Alois
Mauerhofer (Graz/Austria), Peter Szoeke (Budapest/Hungary), Helmut Roesing
(Kassel/Germany), etc.
The 4th number (1994-2-2) will be devoted to papers presented at the 2ND
TO 12TH, 1994 IN HAMBURG/GERMANY, which will discuss the TOPICS: 
1) Analysis, synthesis & modelling with the aid of the computer 
2) Theoretical norms and practical realizations in music 
3) Systematic musicology and the "cognitive paradigm".
Those who are interested to take part in the symposium should contact the
editors (snailmail or e-mail). Manuscripts as well should be send to one
of the editors::

Oskar Elschek
Institut fuer Musikwissenschaft der 
Slowakischen Akademie der Wissenschaften Bratislava
Dubravska cesta 9
SK-84105 Bratislava

Albrecht Schneider/Uwe Seifert
Musikwissenschaftliches Institut der Universitaet Hamburg
Neue Rabenstr. 13
D-20354 Hamburg
Fax:: +49-40-4123-5669, E-MAIL: fk2a001@rzaix03.rrz.uni-hamburg.de

                           CALLS FOR PARTICIPATION
November 14 - 19  1994, Cadiz, Spain.

The ninth edition of the International Video Festival will take place in
the city of Cadiz in november, 1994. Since this edition it becomes a
biennial event. Our intended aim is to provide a meeting place for the
interested audience and the professionals connected with the production
and difusion of the electronic image. The international video competition
is one of the best opportunities to present independent video productions
in Spain. The festival will offer a wide and careful selction of video
works that will be scheduled in several thematics programmes, retrospec-
tives, TV especial screenings, videoinstallations, exhibitions, workshop,
along with other complementary activities and the publishing of a bilin-
gual catalogue. We hereby invite directors, producers and distributors to
make their contribution. Deadline June 30th, 1994.
9th Muestra Internacional de Video de Cadiz, Plaza de Espana s/n ed. Roma,
11071 Cadiz, Spain. Tel: 34-56-240103/211264, Fax: 34-56-240195. 

AND VISUALIZATION 95 (WSCG'95 Winter School of Computer Graphics 95)       
February 14 - 18  1995, Plzen, Czech Republic.     

The Winter School of Computer Graphics and Visualization will be held at
the University of West Bohemia in Plzen, near Prague, the capital of Czech
Republic. Contributions (research results and experimental studies) are
invited on any topics related to Computer Graphics, Scientific and Medical
Visualization, especially (but not limited to): graphicalinteraction, 
fundamental algorithms, scientific visualization, volume rendering, 
computer aided geometric design, computer animation, multimedia, parallel  
and distributed graphics, computational geometry, virtual reality, object 
oriented graphics and standards, computer vision, virtual reality, frac-
tals, geographical information systems.
The programme will include invited papers, selected contributions, video
(VHS PAL 50Hz) and book exhibition.

Deadline for papers November 15, 1994.             
To submit a paper: Please, submit two copies of your paper (up to 10 pages
with max.150 word abstract) for a review by the programme committee by 
November 15, 1994. Acceptance of papers will be sent by December 28, 1994. 
Papers must be written in English and authors must be prepared to present 
the paper at the conference. !! Please, do not use e-mail and fax for
sending papers !! Presented papers will be published in post-conference 
proceedings. Authors must declare that their paper has not been submitted
to any other publication. Any contribution cannot be returned.

For further information:                    
WSCG 95, Vaclav Skala, Univ.of West Bohemia, Americka 42, Box 314,    
306 14 Plzen, Czech Republic. Email: WSCG95@kiv.zcu.cz     


We are currently in the planning stages of a major art network in Toronto,
Canada. We are seeking networks and sites in Europe with whom to col-
laborate in the future. We are particularly interested in high-bandwidth,
multimedia and interactive communication through the Internet and by
satellite. We are also interested in WWW sites, and networks concerned
with the arts in general. We would like to hear about your organization /
network and your communications capabilities, or about others you know of
who are interested in these areas. 
Please send your replies to: David_Rokeby@intacc.web.net

September 12 - 13  1994, Oslo, Norway
Call for Papers 

The Eurographics Hardware Workshop has become an established yearly forum
where leading researchers and practitioners in the field of graphics
hardware come to present and discuss their work. It witnessed the early
evolutions of graphics technology from vector to raster graphics, then to
voxel machines, which combine support for curves, surfaces, and volume
data, and finally to multi-media systems, which combine graphics and
video. The hardware spectrum has expanded towards new technologies and is
heavily exploiting a variety of multi-processor architectures. Yet,
despites an explosion of innovations, the challenges imposed by the
graphics complexity of industrial models or the performance requirements
of virtual reality offer tremendous opportunities for further research.

Contributions are invited in all aspects of computer graphics hardware
and architectures. Topics include:
- Graphics hardware accelerators
- Silicon compilers for graphics hardware
- Graphics hardware simulators
- Performance measurement
- Hardware support for meshing and triangulation algorithms
- Pixel operations and deep frame buffer techniques
- Rasterizer performance and accuracy
- Multi-processor architectures for graphics
- Shared and distributed memory models
- Load balancing in graphics systems
- Expansion and acceleration of shading models
- Space, screen, and model partitioning
- Photorealism support
- Hardware assist for animation
- Hardware support for texture mapping techniques
- Hardware support for image composition and volume rendering techniques
- Video support and multimedia
- Hardware support for level of detail techniques
- Hardware support for trimmed surfaces
- Hardware support for virtual reality
- Hardware support for voxel and octree rendering
- Hardware support for direct rendering of CSG and other CAD represen 
- Architectures for voxel graphics

Authors are requested to send four copies of the full paper (up to 20
pages) to Wolfgang Strasser or, for North American authors, to Jarek
Rossignac. Papers will be reviewed for the workshop. The accepted papers
will be printed before the workshop as an EG Technical report. Best papers
of the workshop will be considered for a special issue of the ACM Transac-
tions on Graphics devoted to Graphics Hardware. To improve typographic
quality, authors are encouraged to use the workshop Latex style available
from the chairmen.

The workshop will take place at SINTEF in Oslo. The fee for participants
will be of 100SF for EG members and 200SF for non-members and includes
proceedings of the workshop, lunches, and coffee breaks. Please
contact the chairmen for further information.
Deadline for submitting workshop papers:            27 May 94
Notification of acceptance:                         15 July 94
Final workshop paper due:                           15 August 94
Workshop in Oslo:                                   12-13 September 94

Prof. Dr. Ing. W. Strasser , Universitaet Tuebingen, WSI/GRIS, 
Auf der Morgenstelle 10, C9, W-72076 Tuebingen, Germany. 
Tel: 49-7071-29-6356, Fax:  49-7071-29-5466 
Email:  strasser@gris.informatik.uni-tuebingen.de                         

January 26 - 28  1995, The University of Texas at San Antonio, USA

The Institute for Music Research at the University of Texas at San Antonio
is sponsoring the Second Technological Directions in Music Education
Conference to be held in San Antonio, TX, January 26-28, 1995.  The
conference program committee invites the submission of proposals for
papers and/or demonstrations of research and creative projects concerning
the application of music technology/computers in music education.  K-12,
private, and college music educators should submit a two- to three-page
abstract postmarked by October 15, 1994 to the Conference Chair.  The
authors name, affiliation, and mailing address should appear only on a
separate cover letter indicating whether the proposal is submitted as a
poster, lecture, and/or demonstration.  The cover letter should include 
a list of audio-visual and computer equipment for the presentation,
indicating those items that the author will supply. Presentations are
normally 30 minutes in length. The conference papers will be published in
a book of proceedings. The cover letter and three copies of the abstract
should be sent to:
Kimberly C. Walls, Technology Conference Chair
Division of Music, UTSA
6900 N. Loop 1604 W., San Antonio, TX   78249-0645, USA.
Fax: 1-210-6914381, e-mail: kwalls@lonestar.utsa.edu

March 2 - 5  1995, Connecticut, USA                                        

Call for Papers, Music Compositions, Presentations, Artworks,     
Chorepgraphy, Dance Studies and Interactive Installations.        
The Connecticut College Center for Arts and Technology is pleased to
announce CONVERGENCE: The Fifth Biennial Symposium on Arts and Technology. 
Info: Center for Arts and Technology, P.O. Box 5365, New London, CT
06320-4196, USA. Tel: 1-203-4392001, Email: CAT@CONNCOLL.EDU               

ED - MEDIA 95                                                             
June 18 - 21  1995, Graz, Austria              *

Papers, Panels, Tutorials, Workshops, Demonstrations, Posters              

ED-MEDIA 95--World Conference on Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia
is an international conference, sponsored by the Association for the
Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). This annual conference
serves as a multi-disciplinary forum for the dissemination of information
on the research, development, and applications on all topics related to
multimedia/hypermedia and distance education as they apply or may apply at
some stage to education for all disciplines and levels of education.

We invite you to attend the ED-MEDIA 95 conference and submit proposals
for papers, panels, tutorials, workshops, and demonstrations/posters. All
proposals are reviewed for inclusion in the conference program.

Information for Presenters
Details of presentation formats are given on the following pages.
The general principles applying to all are:
o  All communication will be with the principal presenter who is
   responsible for communicating with co-presenters of that session.
o  The conference will attempt to secure all equipment needed for
   presenters.  However, where special equipment is needed, presenters may
   need to provide their own.
o  All presenters must pay the registration fee (established Summer 1994).

Accepted papers will be published by AACE in the Educational Multimedia
and Hypermedia Annual, 1995. This book serves as a major source book in
the multimedia/hypermedia community, indicating the current state of the
art in the discipline. In addition, selected papers may be invited for
publication in the Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia and in
a book to be published by a major international commercial publisher.

Exhibits are expected to be an integral part of the ED-MEDIA 95 con-
ference. Companies or institutions offering multimedia/hypermedia products
are invited to complete and return the Request for Information form below.

Conference Background
The ED-MEDIA conference series ties together activities of AACE in
publishing the Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia and the
ICCAL Conference series. ICCAL (International Conference on Computers and
Learning) has been held as a major international symposium four times, in
Calgary, Canada (1987), Dallas, USA (1989), Hagen, Germany (1990), and
Wolfville, Canada (1992). ED-MEDIA conferences have been held at Orlando,
Florida (1993) and Vancouver, Canada (1994). ED-MEDIA 95 is the seventh in
the series of meetings.

ED-MEDIA 95 Deadlines (postmark dates)

Submissions Due:              October 21, 1994 
Authors Notified:             January 16, 1995 
Camera Ready Copy Due:        March 1, 1995    
Pre-Registration Deadline:    May 15, 1995     

International Headquarters:
AACE, P.O. Box 2966, Charlottesville, VA 22902 USA
 E-mail: AACE@virginia.edu, (804) 973-3987, FAX: (804) 978-7449


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June 6 - 12  1994,  Montreux, Switzerland
Festival of films in HDTV
Rue du Theatre 5, 1820 Montreux - Switzerland

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

July 24 - 29  1994, Orlando, Florida, USA
Info: Smith, Bucklin & Associates, Siggraph 94 Conference Management
401 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60611, USA.
Tel: 1-312-3216830, fax 3216876, Email: SIGGRAPH94@SIGGRAPH.ORG

August 3 - 4  1994, Caxambu, Brazil
Departamento de Ciencia da Computacao, Universidade Federal de Minas
Gerais - UFMG, Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil

August 23 - 28  1994, Helsinki, Finland.
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

October 20 - 22  1994, Ghent, Belgium.
Contact: Marc Leman, University of Ghent, Institute for Psychoacoustics
and Electronic Music, Blandijnberg 2, B-9000 Ghent, Belgium.
Tel: 32-9-2644125, Fax: 32-9-2644196, Email: Marc.Leman@rug.ac.be.

October 21 - 22  1994, Videotheque de Paris, Forum des Halles, Paris
Festival of the Young Creators in Computer Graphics
Competition and Festival organized by INA

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 Technology,
Media Research,  Museum der Stad Gladbeck,  Corel Corporation, The Council
for the Int. Bienale in Nagoya,  CSL Computers.
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