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                             THE ISEA NEWSLETTER

                                # 30, JUNE 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), Pier Luigi Capucci (Italy),
Roger Malina (US), Ivan Pope (UK), Rejane Spitz (Brazil). Lay-out: Rene
Pare (Grafico de Poost). Text editors: Ray Archee, Seth Shostak. 
ISEA, POB 8656, 3009 AR Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Tel 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)
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Wim van der Plas

At the instigation of Dirk Boon, a discussion has begun on the way ISEA
can formalize the local branches. ISEA started out as an international
association.  But now we are looking to give the organization strong
regional roots: a top-down approach.
The main goal of ISEA is the 'structuring of a systematic approach to 
the potentials and problems of electronic art'. For this, it is necessary
to create a world-wide communication network among artists, scientists,
technologists, organizers, publicists, educators, etc.

The world-wide network has already been initiated; the ISEA symposia 
were instrumental in this respect. However, the network is still thin. 
It is impossible to work on a global basis without support from different
geographical 'nodes'. For example, in a country like Japan, few people
understand English well enough. Yoshi Abe has been a tremendous help to
 us by translating all major ISEA and ISEA-symposium documents into
Japanese and distributing them in his country. 

That is typically what a local branch can do. Starting a local network, 
as part of the larger, global one. Rejane Spitz has been doing that in
South America. Ivan Pope is active in this respect in the UK, Theo Hesper
in Indonesia. Very recently, Acha Debella, computer artist of Ethiopian
origin, declared he will set up a branch that covers a huge region: the
African continent. An Australian branch is in the air. And of course,
there is the Dutch branch.

The branches will have to actively increase membership. If there are 
no funds available, ISEA can make an agreement with the branch wherein 
the branch can use some of the (local) membership fees to cover costs 
(for stamps and the like). A branch can organize local ISEA events, and 
it may be easier for local branches to raise money, especially from 
government sources, that often do not want to support international
associations (at least, that is the Dutch experience). 

A branch requires really one dedicated person. Anyone interested in
starting a branch in his or her country should indicate that to us now.
This is to ensure that you can actively take part in the discussion
that will lead to a formal set of rules and guidelines for conducting
branch business. We still have to cover some parts of the globe. What
about France, Germany, the USA?

As has become an annual habit, two ISEA gatherings are planned this
summer. At SIGGRAPH (Orlando, Florida, last week of July) there 
will be an ISEA/ISAST meeting, where anyone can announce new initiatives 
and plans. At ISEA94 in Helsinki in August, the closing plenary session
will be the usual ISEA Panel. Here, among other things, the plans for
the next couple of ISEA symposia will be presented. Details on both
meetings will appear in the July Newsletter.

The Dutch Electronic Art Festival, organized by the Dutch branch 
of ISEA, the V2 Organization, WDS Multi Media Design and theater 
Lantaren/Venster is taking shape. Fund raising has been rather 
satisfactory, so that we are already sure we can realize most of 
the plans. The ISEA part of the event will aim at presenting an 
actual state of affairs of electronic art in Holland, with the 
intention to initiate more cooperation on a national level. The 
idea is to have the Dutch art schools play an important role in 
DEAF. However, individual artists are welcome to send us 
exhibition or concert/performance proposals. Of special interest 
to the organizers are works that fit in with the general theme of 
DEAF: 'Digital Nature'. Symposium contribution proposals will be 
also considered. The theme of the ISEA part of the two day 
symposium is: Computers in Art Education. 
Tentative deadline for all proposals: September 1. DEAF will take 
place from 9-13 November 1994 in Rotterdam. More details will 
follow in the next Newsletters.

'Our man in Greece', Manthos Santorineos of Eikona, recently 
produced a TV series on computer art called 'Meta Ti' ('Post-
What?') for national television in his country. In one of the 
episodes, which has already been broadcast, the Inter-Society had 
a chance to explain what it is doing. ISEA produced a no-budget 
video interview with the aid of video artist Fokke van der Veer 
and Fred Kolman, both living in Amsterdam. The interview took 
place at an interesting location: in 'Kolman's Cube', Fred's 
interactive installation. 

ISEA helped the Royal Dutch Trade Fair to organize an Art Show 
during Imagination 94, May 18-20 in Utrecht, Holland. Imagination 
94 was the first issue of a trade show on 'digital creativity and 
communication'. The fair was well attended and the art show 
appreciated highly. Some 70 computer graphics and image processed 
works were shown, the majority created by Dutch artists. The 
above mentioned 'Kolman's Cube' was included too, as well as 
several computer animations. ISEA wants to thank all artists who 
contributed work and Albert Verburg, who curated the exhibition 
for ISEA.
During the official opening of Imagination, ISEA organized an 
intercontinental desktop video conferencing art work, called 
'Imagine the Skylines of the World'. Under the direction of Dutch 
artists Peter Sweenen and Robin Noorda, artists in Sydney 
(Josophia Grieve, Brad Miller, Jason Gee), Tokyo (Sui Morita, 
Yoshi Abe) and Boston (Dianne Roman) composed a collage in real 
time from images that were grabbed from cameras at rooftops in 
several European cities, for a live audience in Utrecht. The 
collage was then printed and distributed among the invited 
guests. The event was sponsored by Dutch Telecom, and 
covered by Dutch national television and an MTV video crew.

If you don't know what that is: it is the study of sea shells. 
The Australian Science-Art Research Centre is organizing the 
First International Conchology Conference in January 1995 to take 
place in Tweed Valley, in New South Wales. The main objective of 
the conference is to study seashells (and other bioforms) using 
the most advanced possible mathematics and computer graphics.
The organizers are planning a computer art exhibition as part of 
the event (one of the speakers at the conference will be the 
famous Japanese computer artist Yoichiro Kawaguchi). In 
cooperation with ISEA, the organizers are preparing a Call for 
Participation for electronic artists to enter their version of 
sea shells and other bio forms. We hope to publish this Call in 
the July Newsletter. But perhaps some of you can start 
working on it early.
Contact: Prof. Chris Illert, phone/fax 61-42-833009 (or contact ISEA).

Yoshiyuki Abe

The internet situation is changing rapidly in Japan. One of the major
academic networks, JUNET, will be disorganized and a new phase of 
academic network will start in October. The fact that some email domains
don't accept the mails from outside Japan, for the reason of the cost, 
will be solved at the time.  Global computer mailing has been restricted
by the high hurdles of the tele-comm regulation in this country and 
academic networks are still in the experimental phase.  

A recent issue of ACM publication reported the total number of Internet
node in Japan is only a sixth of that in California.  Actually, using
Internet mail has not been easy so far, even for the people in academic
sites, and most art colleges couldn't have their own domain names of the
Internet. It'll be changed.

In March, commercial BBS's in Japan (one and a half million users in 
total) started to link their email services to the global Internet and 
many independent artists are now avialble to communicate with overseas
through electronic routes.  Everyone who want to mail through Internet 
can do so easily for small cost.  For full Internet access, we, 
individually, can get it from at least three network providers, but 
they are still expensive.

Martin Sperka

On June 8th was the opening of the exhibition "Computer Graphics in Fine
Arts - Email Art" at the Gallery MEDIUM, Academy of Fine Arts and Design
in Bratislava.
28 artists from Austria, France, Japan, Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland and
USA sent their works. Most of the works were sent via e-mail or on mag-
netic media. Among others there are works of V. Molnar (France), E. Kac,
R. Vorostko, M. Gleeson (USA) and Y. Abe (Japan).
Some artists mailed their works printed on paper. Parallel with this
exhibition there were two one man exhibitions of computer graphics from 
Dominique de Bardonneche - Berglund (Switzerland) and Orest Dubay (Slova-
kia). All exhibitions were part of the greatest annual computer show in
Slovakia - COFAX.

One day later at the State Gallery in Banska Bystrica started the ex-
hibition "ACCELERATOR: Video Instalations and Computer Animation - Virtual
Reality" of Roman Galovsky.

Invited speakers are wanted for the symposium "END OF REALITY ?"
This symposium about the consequences of digital technology on photography
at the end of millenium is part of the fourth international festival
"Month of Photography" in Bratislava. The symposium is scheduled on 
November 2 and 3. The topic of the symposium will be aestetic and philoso-
phical aspects of "manipulated" photography. We are seeking 2 European
experts (travel and accomodation will be covered by the organizer) on
problems of photography image archiving, transmission, processing and
synthetic photography (hyperrealistic rendering of virtual worlds) - state
of art and future trends from the art photography  point of view. The
duration of lectures will be 25 to 30 minutes, paper up to 20 pages would
be accepted. Interested speakers are requested to mail their short biogra-
phy and suggested name of their paper to the address:
FOTOFO - Photographic Foundation, 
Radvanska 36, 811 01 Bratislava, Slovakia or e-mail to me.

Martin Sperka

Ray Archee

The Powerhouse Museum is probably Australia's premiere technological
museum. It is currently exhibiting "Telecom Laserlink: At home in the
future" a multimedia show examining the infinite capacity of fibre
optic technology. The simulations preview the promise of the National
Information Infrastructure with HD-TV, pay and cable TV, telephone and
interactive video services. The exhibition looks at issues such as
home entertainment and home shopping which have not quite arrived in
Australia. There will be an interactive TV gameshow which will invite
visitors to experience and evaluate this new technology.
From mid-July for 12 mnths "Sound House" will be open for anyone 
interested in learning about composition and performance of modern music. 
Computers and midi programs will be available for organised sessions, with
booking essential.

Review of the Tenth Annual Computers and Writing Conference, Columbia, MO
20-23 May, 1994
I had the pleasure of presenting a paper entitled "Virtual Reality and
Writing: a speculative analysis" at this unique conference. The conference
attracted some 300 participants, and hosted a simultaneous online session
for all those people who could not make it in person. At the close of 
each of the real conference presentations, conferees were asked to write
down their thoughts about the paper. These ideas were then immediately
placed on the online conference for the virtual participants. There were
many themes running through the conference but to my mind the main ones
were MUDs and hypertext. I have never met so many technologically
literate educators. (contact: Eric Crump LCERIC@MIZZOU1.MISSOURI.EDU)

                                 MUSIC NEWS
                       (Source Music Research Digest) 

Institute for Music and Acoustics
Center for Art and Mediatechnology, Karlsruhe, Germany

1) Algorithmic Composition, September 25-October 5, 1994

Ten day workshop focuses on the computer as a compositional tool 
independent from its role in digital synthesis. The course provides an
introduction to the basic principles and procedures in algorithmic com-
position and covers such topics as pattern generation, composing with
random processes, scheduling, and algorithmic score editing.
The workshop is open to composers with previous experience in computer
assisted composition or digital synthesis. Familiarity with at least one
computer language (C, Pascal, Lisp, Smalltalk, etc) is desired but not
required. The workshop is limited to ten participants. Classes will be 
taught in English and German; the handbooks are in English. The 
registration fee for the course is 500 DM, for students 250 DM.

2) Introduction to Digital Sound Synthesis, October 6-9, 1994

This workshop provides an introduction to many of the synthesis and sound
editing techniques commonly in use today, and covers such topics as
frequency modulation, additive and subtractive synthesis, linear transfor-
mations (sampling and frequency shifting) and non-linear transformations
(phase vocoding and physical modelling).
The workshop is open to composers with previous experience in 
electro-acoustic music and in digital synthesis. Familiarity with at least
one computer language (C, MAX etc) is desired but not required.
The workshop is limited to ten participants, and may be taken together
with the workshop on Algorithmic Composition. Classes will be taught in
German and English; the handbooks are in English. The registration fee for
the course is 250 DM, for students 125 DM.

Info and registration: 
Zentrum fuer Kunst und Medientechnologie, Institut fuer Musik und 
Akustik, Ritterstr. 42,  76137 Karlsruhe, Germany
Tel: 49-721-9340300 fax 934039 E-Mail: MUSIC@ZKM.DE

Composition, Perception and Performance
20-22 october, 1994, Ghent, Belgium

The International Colloquium aims to give a state of the art in new
music and new research about music. This includes aspects of instrumental
and electronic music, computer interactive and multi-media systems, music
related digital signal processing, perception, cognition, and history. 
Advanced tutorials will be presented by the following invited speakers
(also members of the scientific committee):
A. Camurri (University of Genova, Genova, Italy),
P. Berg (Royal Conservatory, The Hague, The Netherlands)
R. Dannenberg (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburg, USA)
R. Rowe (New York University, New York, USA)
T. Ungvary (Inst. for Electronic and Experimental Music, Vienna, Austria)
(1) perception and cognition of new music
(2) new technology for composition and performance
(3) multi-media: the integration of music with other art forms
(4) new music at IPEM
(5) problems of music representation
Registration fee:
The registration fee is 2500 BEF. This includes one copy of the pre-
proceedings  as well as free entrance to all concerts and social events.

Marc Leman, University of Ghent,  Institute  for  Psychoacoustics
and  Electronic  Music,  Blandijnberg 2, B-9000 GHENT.
Tel: 32-9-2644125, Fax: 32-9-2644196, Email: MARC.LEMAN@RUG.AC.BE.

An Introduction to Algorithmic Composing 
June 29, 1994 , Lancaster University, UK

The Computers in Teaching Initiative Centre for Music at Lancaster
University will be presenting an introduction to algorithmic composing
using Symbolic Composer. The course is designed for those teaching 
composition and music technology in university music departments, 
conservatories and colleges. Symbolic Composer provides a modular music

language consisting of 250 music-oriented commands for generation and
transformation of MIDI music data. The uniqueness of the system lies in
the free combinability of all commands applicable to both MIDI and musical
parameters. This makes the system very powerful reflective medium 
for high-level music composition. Beyond standard composition functions
the system covers fractals and chaos opening up possibilities for ex-
perimental music and virtual performance arts.

The workshop & seminar will focus on how Symbolic Composer can support
different scenarios for music composition: Music for MIDI performance and
production (in tandem with MIDI sequencers), Music for Human Performance
(alongside MIDI scorewriters and notation processors) and Electroacoustic
Music (working with  digital audio).

For more information on the workshop contact:
Nigel Morgan, Email: 100024.1636@COMPUSERVE.COM

                           CALLS FOR PARTICIPATION

November 14  - 19  1994, Cadiz, Spain
From now on this will be a biennial event. The aim is to provide a meeting
place for the interested audience and professionals connected with the
production and difussion of the electronic image. International Video
Competition. Deadline: June 30!
Info: 9th Muestra Internacional de Video de Cadiz
Plaza de Espana s/n Ed. Roma, 11071 Cadiz, Spain. 
Tel: 34-56-240103/211264, fax 240195

18th International Animated Film Festival
November 8-13, 1994, Espinho, Portugal
Entry forms: August 15
Films/videos: September 5
Selected films: October 5
Info/entry forms: Cinanima 94, Rua 62, 251, Apartado 43, 4501 Espinho,
Portugal. Fax: 351-2-726015

For producers of moving images of upto 1 minute length. The results will
be shown world wide in TV broadcasts and in cultural centers during
November and December 1994. Deadline: August 10, 1994.
Brasil: Aghencio Observatorio, tel: 55-11-2805226, fax 8512846
Austria: MedienWerkstatt, tel: 43-1-5263667, fax 5267168
Germany: EMAF, tel: 49-541-21658, fax 28327

October 6-9 1994, San Francisco State University, USA.
The sixth annual SAS conference, hosted by the Cinema Department at San
Francisco State University, will intersperse paper presentations with
filmmaker panels, teaching workshops and rare film screenings.
Call for papers - deadline July 1
Paper topics:
* Authorship studies (Asian or European animators; neglected pioneers)
* Genre redefinition (e.g. new forms of animated documentary)
* Animation theory; comparative aesthetics of specific art media
* Myth narratives and their source cultures; fidelity to native art style
* Voices of feminism and cultural diversity
* The role of international organizations (Channel 4, NFB, Cartoon, etc.)
* Pop culture from an international perspective
* Sound design in modern animation
* Close analysis of selected films

Martin McNamara, SAS Conference Chair 
or Patricia Amlin, Animation Coordinator
Cinema Dept., San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Ave. San Francisco, CA 94132 USA
Tel/Fax: 1-415-337-7060, Tel: 1-510-548-5560, or 1-415-338-1629

March 2 - 5  1995, Connecticut, USA                                        
Call for Papers, Music Compositions, Presentations, Artworks,     
Choreopgraphy, Dance Studies and Interactive Installations.        
Info: Center for Arts and Technology, P.O. Box 5365, New London, CT
06320-4196, USA. Tel: 1-203-4392001, Email: CAT@CONNCOLL.EDU               


Submit visual art work for possible inclusion in Art as Signal: Inside the
Loop, an international, multimedia exhibition of visual computer and
electronic art. The exhibition will be shown at Krannert Art Museum,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign November-December 1995. A
portion of the exhibit will travel to I-Space Gallery in Chicago during
the Spring of 1996. A CD-ROM catalog will accompany the exhibition.

We are looking for examples of: two dimensional work and three-dimensional
installations that use digital technology in any form, and computer
animation or hypermedia in NTSC video, or Mac compatible format. The
prospectus idenifies supported media.

Deadline for submisions: August 1, 1994.

For prospectus email: ArtLoop@ux1.cso.uiuc.edu or send SASE to Art as
Signal: Inside the Loop, Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL 61820, USA.


New Tapes by Cheryl Donegan: GracefulPhatSheba (6'27") 1993 and Head
(2'49") 1993.  Info: Electronic Arts Intermix, 536 Broadway, 9th floor,
New York, NY 10012, USA. Tel: 1-212-9664605, Fax: 9416118.

Les Cahiers du Centre International de Creation Video. 
Thematic Issues: l'Enfant, l'Education et la Television and Television et
Democratie. Many monographs of video artists, some of them (like the one
on Gary Hill) in English. Info: CICV Montbelliard/Belfort, Chateau Eugene
Peugeot, PB 5, 25310 Herimoncourt, France. Tel: 33-81-309030, fax 309525.

This is a touring program of artists videos, sponsored by the Scottish
Arts Council. Available for hire throughout Europe. Series include com-
pilations named: 'Animation', 'Semblances', 'Passages' and 'Television
Interventions'. Info: Fields & Frames, Corshellach, Bridgend, Dunning,
Scotland PH2 ORS, UK. Tel/Fax: 44-764-684200.

Every Tuesday, at 18.30 hrs, a free program in: Salle Mermillon, Centre
d'exchanges de Perrache, F-69002 Lyon,  France. For example:
June 28th: Zapp Magazine #1
July 19th: Ko Nakajima 'Esprit del sel' & Sam Itzkovitch 'Art et 
July 26th: Michel Jaffrennou: 'Vieoperette'
Info: tel: 33-78-422739, poste 410, fax 425083

henkVanderVet is a pioneer in Dutch computer art. He used to combine
photography, painting and image processing. He has now integrated colour
cycling in his work. This work he calls 'Fotogravideo'.
Exhibition until June 27 (Wednesday-Sunday 14.00-18.00 hrs) at:
Kunst Forum, Langeweide 2, Schelderode (Merelbeke), Belgium (tel 

32-9-3625958, fax 3624775). henkVanderVet's work is permanently on show at
ViaGalerie, Noordeinde 14, The Hague, Holland. Tel: 31-70-3650465, Fax: 

Internal TV program by students of the Utrecht School of Arts. Last issue
of this year: June 23, 1994. Approximately 50 students from (a.o.) the AV
Production, the Inter Action Design and the Computer Animation departments
cooperate in these productions. Location: BMT, Oude Amersfoortseweg 121,
Hilversum, Holland. Info: Carla Petersen 31-35-836464.

until July 1  1994, Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
A collection of 12 computer graphics images on the theme "maternity",
created by Irene Faiguenboim.
Grande Galeria do Centro Cultural Candido Mendes
Rua Primeiro de Marco 101 - Centro, Rio de Janeiro - Brazil

An exhibition called 'Schoonheid' (Beauty) is held at the World Wide Video
Centre, Spui 189, The Hague, Holland, until July 10 (Wednesday-Sunday
12.00-18.00). The exhibition is curated by Roeleveld-Sikkes Architects,
and gives insight in concept development within architecture. One of the
exhibition rooms is called the Audiovisual City and it combines large CAD
prints with a videowall. Info: 31-70-3644805, fax 3614448

Presented a series called Bedroom Music. Last concerts: June 23, called
'History': Low Fidelety by Ben Manley, Das Rosenberg Museum (video) by Jon
Rose, Films & Music by Matt Wand. June 30: 'Turn off the lights when you
leave...' with "cracked everyday electronics", guitar, hurdy-gurdy &
violin and video. Both evenings start at 21.00 hrs.
Steim, Utrechtsedwarsstraat 134, Amsterdam, Holland. Tel: 31-20-6228690

June 25 - Aug 7  1994, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Video installations and videos by Bill Viola.
Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rua Primeiro de Marco 66 - Centro
Rio de Janeiro - Brazil

Computer Graphics Internation. '94, the twelfth in the CGI series, will
be held next week (June 27 - July 1 1994) at RMIT in Melb, Australia.
The three components of the conference are 1) Pre-conference seminars
2) technical program and 3) computer animation festival
The pre-conference seminars cover:
Scientific Visualisation, Volume Visualisation and Medical Imaging, Image
Processing and Digital Imaging, Fractals, 3D and Spatial Thinking,
Animation, Virtual Actors and Artificial Life, Digital Multimedia
Authoring for CDROM, Curves and Surfaces using NURBS (Non-Uniform Rational
The conference technical program features presentations from some of the
world's leading experts on Computer Graphics. The invited speakers are
Dr Turner Whitted (Keynote), Dr Geoff Wyvill, and Dr David Kirk.
The computer animation festival will be showing most evenings during the 
conference week and is open to the public.
For further enquiries, contact CGI94@GODZILLA.CGL.CITRI.EDU.AU

June 29 & 30, 1994, 10 am - 5 pm, NOB Media Park, Hilversum, Holland
Although this is a commercial presentation, people interested in digital
and desktop video editing may not want to miss it. Continuous
demonstrations of non-linear on-line AVID systems for broadcast quality
video. Info: Fofic, tel: 31-3402-44422, fax: 47944.

July 4th, 1994
The SolArt Global Network is an event, conceived and coordinated by
Juergen and Nora Claus out of the Academy of Media Arts, Cologne,
Germany, to link artists sculpting in solar media -- holograms, 
photovoltaic-powered sculptures, prisms -- to make video tapes of their
work which can be integrated into a video anthology.
The goal of SolArt Global Network 95 is to stimulate the cultural 
imagination towards transforming society into linked communities 
working towards globally sustainable economics.
Those artists and groups of artists interested are invited at the 
Center for Extreme UV Astrophysics, 2155 Kittridge, Berkeley, CA, 
USA on July 4th from 5 pm to 8 pm. Bring video clips, slides and 
concept papers.

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

Contemporary Investigating Arts, July 27-August 17, Amsterdam, Holland
Performances: until August 7. Exhibition: until August 17.
Location: Westergasfabriek, Haarlemmerweg 8-10, Amsterdam.
Some of the program is electronic art: for example an installation by
Nicolas Baginsky (Germany) and the Triple X Oscillate Night: Ambi Grooves
& Live Electronic Mood Music on August 6-7, from 8 p.m. until 10 a.m.
The program and a data base containing info, visuals and sounds will be
accessible via World Wide Web. There will be a system with internet access
at the site.
Info:  Triple X, Van Diemenstraat 410, 1013 CR Amsterdam, Holland 
Tel: 31-20-4205316, Fax: 6389160, Email: TRIPLEX@HACKTIC.NL

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

August 20 - 25  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

6 - 27 September 1994
Galeria do SESC da Tijuca, Rua Barao de Mesquita 539, Rio de Janeiro -
Brazil. An exhibition of computer graphics images and video animations by
Fabio Carvalho.

September 7 - 11  1994, Osnabruck, Germany
This international event for innovative experimental film and video art is
accompanied by an inspiring exhibition presenting video installations and
interactive projects. Also: Seminars, Workshops and television projects.
Info: Postfach 1861, D-49008 Osnabruck, Germany.
Tel: 49-541-21658, Fax: 28327, Email: EMAF@BIONIC.ZER.DE

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

International Animation Festival
September 28 - October 2
Deadline for submissions: July 15
Info: 2 Daly St., Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6E2 Canada
Tel: 1-613-232-6727, Email: ab027@freenet.carleton.ca, 
Compuserve: 71203,3350

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.

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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