#035 Nov 1994


                               THE ISEA NEWSLETTER

                               #35, NOVEMBER 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 (Australia), Annick
Bureaud (France), Jurgen Claus (Germany), Pier Luigi Capucci (Italy),
Roger Malina (US), Ivan Pope (UK), Rejane Spitz (Brazil). Lay-out: Rene
Pare (Grafico de Poost). Text editors: Ray Archee, Seth Shostak. 
ISEA, POB 8656, 3009 AR Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Tel/fax 31-10-4778605, 
Email: ISEA@MBR.FRG.EUR.NL (Board) or ISEA@SARA.NL (Newsletter)

Wim van der Plas

During ISEA '94 in Helsinki, a meeting took place of representatives
from several countries (including Holland, the UK, Austria, Germany, Japan, 
and Australia) to discuss the forming of national ISEA branches.
As yet there are no official guidelines for branches, and those that are
already active (Holland, Brasil, Japan) have an informal status. It was
decided that the Dutch branch would become 'official' by formally founding
itself, and thus achieving legal status. The other branches are, for
another year at least, continuing without such status. 

During the coming year the ISEA Board will be busy working out guidelines
for branches, aided we hope by the experiences of the Dutch branch. During
ISEA '95 in Montreal, ISEA intends to present guidelines for ISEA branches
specifying the relationship they will have to the Inter-Society.

This much of the anticipated guidelines is already clear:

-The branches will be called ISEA-[country name, or abbreviation thereof].
For example, ISEA NL, ISEA UK, ISEA Japan, etc.

-The branches will not act as separate associations with separate
memberships. Their aim is to encourage more people and institutes to join
ISEA as members. Eventually, a deal can possibly be worked out where the
branch receives a percentage of the membership fees they help bring in.

-The branch must report its activities to the ISEA board beforehand.
ISEA has the right to withhold the use of the name 'ISEA' if the planned
activities are not in accordance with the general aims of ISEA or if the
activities will compete too directly with the annual ISEA symposia.

-ISEA will support the branch when it applies for local/national subsidies
for its own activities.

The Dutch branch is being founded now. It has the legal status of a
foundation (stichting) under Dutch law. The board members are: Martha
Hesper-de Haas (chair), Wim van der Plas (secretary-treasurer) and Bas
Vroege. Bas Vroege, publisher of the bi-lingual Perspektief Magazine (on
photography and new media), has provided ISEA-NL with office space in
Rotterdam. For the time being this office will serve as ISEA international
headquarters as well. 
The address is: St. Jobsweg 30, Rotterdam (our mailing address remains the
POB). Phone/fax: 31-10-4778605. Now that ISEA has proper office space, we
would like to invite volunteers and students to help. A lot has to be done,
and a lot can be learned. 

P.S. Professor Kwi-Hyun Park of the Kaywon School of Art and Design has just
informed us of his intention to start a Korean ISEA branch. 
Welcome ISEA Korea!

Wim van der Plas

The first occurrence of the Dutch Electronic Art Festival (DEAF) took place
in Rotterdam recently. It was organized by ISEA, V2, WDS and theater
Lantaren/Venster. It was a very succesful event andattracted an incredible
amount of press attention.

The most impressive part of DEAF was the exhibition by V2, consisting of a
limited number of large interactive installations by Ulrike Gabriel, Simone
Simons/Peter Bosch, Paul Garrin, and Woody Vasulka. Other events organized by
V2 were performances by (among others) Zbigniew Karkowski, a live radio
concert for the Austrian(!) radio, a presentation by Knowbotic Research, 
a session on the World Wide Web with (among others) David Blair, a film 
night, and a one-day symposium on Generated Nature. Symposium speakers
included Derrick de Kerckhove, Lev Manovich, Martin Pawley, Detlef Linke,
Philippe Queau, and Peter Weibel.

WDS, a local multimedia design studio, organized a small exhibition on
consumers' interactive media and a continuous, interactive, collective
'collage', involving students from three different art schools and a music
conservatory. Visitors were allowed to interact, too. The well thought-out
way WDS handled this event made it one of the few (esthetically) successful
of its kind to date. WDS also organized a symposium on multimedia. The
keynote speaker was (a member of ISEA's Advisory Committee) Thijs 
Chanowski, of BSO's Media Lab.

DEAF was ISEA-NL's first large-scale event (ISEA NL organized a lecture by
Collis Davis on interactive film earlier). However, ISEA-NL had to do this
with a very limited budget. In line with the main aim of ISEA, the goal of
the ISEA part of DEAF was to initiate more cooperation (within Holland)
among the institutes (and individuals) that are active in the field. This
was attempted by inviting many institutes and organizations in the area of
electronic art to submit representative work and documentation. The results
of this constituted an exhibition in Lantaren/Venster, curated by Albert and
Tina Verburg of ISEA-NL. Despite the 'no-budget' situation, they succeeded in
putting together a fascinating exhibit, consisting in large part of
installations created by art schools.

'Education' was the  theme of an ISEA symposium within DEAF, the best
attended of the three.  Rene Swetter of the Dutch Film and Television School
reported on the way this school has begun curricula in the production of
interactive programs, and his philosophy behind same. John Lansdown of the
Middlesex University gave a comprehensive overview of the problems and
potential of computer art and design education. ISEA Board Member Peter 
Beyls of St. Lukas College in Brussels, in a very strong lecture, pointed out
all the paradoxes connected with the use of computers in art education. After
these presentations, Martin Spanjaard of the Minerva Art School in Groningen
offered eight provocative statements, providing sufficient ground for
discussion with the floor. Items included: 'should art students have to learn
to program?', and 'what should be the composition of the staff of a computer
art department?'. There was consensus on the answer to the last question:
it can only be a multi-disciplinary team of artists, scientists, and

On the night of the 12th of November, ISEA presented concerts and a
performance. Jaap Dercksen and other 'traditional' professional musicians
played 'Sound Movie' a composition for band and 'Image Keyboard'. The Image
Keyboard was developed by Montevideo of Amsterdam and generates (moving)
images with accompanying sounds (e.g., a drop of water falling).

The Sonology Department of the Royal Conservatory of The Hague presented a
four piece concert, including state-of-the-art live performances by Wart
Wamsteker (cyber glove) and Floris Boddendijk (joystick). 

Finally, Arthur Elsenaar gave a performance with voice computer (programmed
by Remco Schaa) and computer-controlled facial muscle stimulators. The
computer explained how humans communicate with their facial expressions,
while steering Arthur's.

Another major activity of ISEA within DEAF was the organization of a series
of four seminars on electronic art in October, introducing many newly
interested people to the subject. Among the speakers were Australian
performance artist Stelarc and Alcedo Coenen of Amsterdam University. Best
attended was the seminar on Interactive Art and Media by Dick Rijken (Utrecht
School of Arts) and Ton Damen (WDS).

DEAF was originally the name for a festival to be organized by ISEA-NL alone,
and was to take place at several locations in Holland, including the town of
Zaanstad, near Amsterdam. As the cooperation with V2 and WDS took shape and
the event developed a specifically 'Rotterdam' character, it was decided to
rename the Zaanstad ISEA-activity: 'Under Current' (Onderstroom).


Yoshiyuki Abe

Due to my poor command of English and a misunderstanding, the article by
Takahiko Iimura in October issue was inaccurately translated. Instead of
"opposite side," it should be "the other" or "other side" as he didn't
consider them as an antagonism. In addition, "woman chauvinism" should be
"woman principle" as a positive force. My apologize to Mr.Iimura and the
readers. (Yoshiyuki Abe)


In Holland, school children sell so-called Children's Stamps once a year on a
very large scale. A surcharge beyond the normal postal tariff is added to
these stamps, benefitting (children-related) charity. This year the children
will design their own stamps in a competition. This has been done a few times
before, but this is the first instance in which they will use computers
(CorelDraw and/or Paintbrush). 
This is an interesting experiment, if only for its scale: during the last
four years some 27,000 computers with these paint programs have been
distributed in primary schools. We hope to be able to show you the results in
the new year.

August  14 - 20  1995, Old Town Alexandria (near Washington, D.C.), USA.

The congress and exhibition, organized by ISIS-Symmetry (International
Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Symmetry), which has members
in 41 countries, in 6 continents, present a broad interdisciplinary
forum with morning plenary sessions and afternoon symposia. The event
has a special interest in art-science-technology relationships. The
topics of the related "Ars Scientifica" exhibition include: polyhedra,
geometric design, kaleidoscopes, new media. See also Calls for Participation.
Sponsor: ISIS-Symmetry.
Information: Gyorgy Darvas, Symmetrion - The Institute for Advanced Symmetry
Studies, P.O. Box 4, Budapest, H-1361 Hungary; tel: +36-1-131-8326;
fax: +36-1-131-3161; e-mail: h492dar@ella.hu;
Denes Nagy, Institute of Applied Physics, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba
Science City, Japan 305; tel: +81-298-53-6786; fax: +81-298-53-5205; e-mail:

Roger Malina


Leonardo/ISAST announces that the publication Space Arts News has now
established home page on the World Wide Web. Space Arts News covers
all areas of inter-relations between space exploration and astronomy with the
arts, music and humanities. Space Arts News is an official publication
of the Subcomittee on Arts and Literature of the International Academy of
Astronautics. The Editor is artist Arthur Woods. Persons interested in
posting items for inclusion in Space Arts News should send the email item to:

ISEA 94  
Minna Tarkka/Kari Happonen

Dear ISEA'94 participant & proposer,

On behalf of the organisers, we would like to thank you once more for your
interest and participation in ISEA'94 Helsinki. 

The Symposium was a very successful event, with over 500 participants and
a friendly and intensive ambience. The thematic conference sessions and
the cutting-edge art exhibition updated the electronic art scene, while
the side projects focusing on electro nic popular culture brought the
event to a wider audience. ISEA'94 also introduced new additions to the
tradition of ISEA symposia - the session on the pedagogy of electronic
art, the WWW multicasting of the presentations and the Media Lounge
multimediath eque were projects that received a lot of positive feedback.
And most important of all the Symposium left a warm memory and gave birth
lo numerous contacts and future collaborations. 

This final letter contains information on the proceedings and archive of
ISEA'94. Please note that the ISEA'94 Office will close and the address,
tel and fax are valid only until November 1, 1994 and the email address
until the end of the year 1994. This letter will also guide you to further
contact addresses. 


The University of Art and Design Helsinki has opened a World Wide Web
service for the UIAH Conference Proceedings, which led to a decision to
distribute the ISEA'94 proceedings over the net - the free InterNet
service will reach a much larger audience, an d the network distribution
seems a natural choice for papers dealing with electronic culture. From
December 1994 on, the ISEA'94 Proceedings will be reached as follows: 

The University of Art and Design Helsinki UIAH
Homepage: http://www.uiah.fi/
To get to the Proceedings, click: Book Shop / ISEA'94 Proceedings

If you have questions concerning the Proceedings or if you would like to
order copies of the ISEA'94 Catalogue (ed. Minna Tarkka; 224 pages in
colour, with essays, art projects and abstracts; price $55 incl. postage),
please contact: 

UIAH Information and Publishing Unit
Ms. Annu Ahonen
Hameentie 135 C FIN-00560 Helsinki
email: aahonen@uiah.fi


All the materials submitted to and presented in the Symposium are being
archived as follows: 

Art projects. Papers. Panels & Workshops:
UIAH Media Lab
Hameentie 135 C FIN-00560 Helsinki
Tel +358-0-7563563 fax +358-0-7563555
Contact person: Isto Mannisto, email csisma@uiah.fi

Concert & Audio projects:
SACMUS Sibelius-Academy's Computer Music Studio
PL 86 FIN-00251 Helsinki Finland
Tel +358-0-4054701 fax +358-0-4054711
Contact person: Pauli Laine, email plaine@next1.siba.fi

The audiovisual and other materials will be used for teaching and research
purposes only. The ISEA'94 Archive will form the basis of an important
memory bank on the work done in the electronic media. Your contribution in
this project is being kindly reque sted and warmly welcomed. If you anyhow
prefer to have your materials returned, please contact the above

The UIAH Media Lab (Director Phillip Dean) and SACMUS (Director pauli
Laine) are also the Finnish experts of electronic art - willing to
collaborate on future projects. 


The 6th International Symposium on Electronic Art will take place in
Montreal, Canada, September 17-24, 1995. The ISEA'95 theme Sens emergents/
Emergent Senses focuses on the new sensoria/new meanings brought about by
electronic technology. The call for p articipation is already being
distributed and the first deadline is in December 1994. For further
information, contact: 

ISEA'95 Montreal
307, Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest
Bureau 515 B, Montreal, Quebec Canada H2X 2A3
Tel: 1-514-990-0229, Fax: 1-514-842-7459, Email: ISEA95@er.uqam.ca

With wishes of a pleasant and active turn of the year and in hope for future

Yours Sincerely,

Minna Tarkka    Kari Happonen
ISEA'94 Proqramme director    ISEA'94 Producer
University of Art and Design Helsinki UlAH/Media Lab
Hameentie 135 C FIN 00560 Helsinki Finland
Tel: 358-0-7563601, Fax: 358-0-7563602, Email: isea@uiah.fi

I am trying to gather information for a masters thesis on 3D sound projection
systems for the Macintosh. If you have any contacts I would be most grateful
to know their addresses, Thanks,
Damian Castaldi, Studio Supervisor, Sydney College of the Arts,
University of Sydney, Australia. Email: dcastal1@extro.ucc.su.OZ.AU


From: Michel.Bauwens@dm.rs.ch
Wave is a cyberspace magazine a la Wired published in Dutch. We'd be
interested in publishing a story about how the net is changing artistic
practices, featuring some ART WWW's etc...  Could you recommend any
appropriate author, and if not, publish this request . Wave also carries a
Wave Art for portfolios on digital art, one page text, 3 full page pictures. 
It should be art accessible to a larger public,

Michel Bauwens
editor in chief


Lewis Baltz
CD-ROM published by Paradox, Holland. The title comes from a double murder
(or was it an accident?) in Newport, California in 1947. Since photographer
Lewis Baltz' father was involved in the court case, 'Deaths in Newport' is
the result of Baltz' research into the archives.
The program on CD-ROM is the interactive part of an installation that will be
shown as a part of the event (Alter) Ego Documents, taking place
simultanuously in seven public and privat galleries in Amsterdam early next
year. (Alter) Ego Documents will show autobiographical projects in current
photographic and media art practice. 
Curators: The Deaths in Newport is also available for touring in various
packages. Normal price CD-ROM: Hfl. 75,- (US$ 45). If you order now: Hfl. 
55,- (US$ 35). 
Contact: Paradox, Rotterdam, Holland.
tel 31-10-4765208, fax 4769069. Email: ISEA@MBR.FRG.EUR.NL

                             CALLS FOR PARTICIPATION

At the 'Medienforum Nordrhein-Westfalen' in Cologne in June 1995, 
an international jury will present the first annual Cyberstar 
award for virtual worlds and interactive scenarios. Emphasis is 
laid on experimental work rather than on finished 'products'. 
Entries will consist of free-form video presentations. Monetary 
awards totalling 35.000 DM will be given to the top three 
winners. Deadline: March 31st, 1995.
Info: Westdeutscher Rundfunk Koln, Cyberstar, 50600 Koln, Germany


Competition for composers under 40 years of age. "For this first competition
will be not considered electroacoustic works including live elements
(instruments, live electronics, synthesizers, voice, etc)". Entry fee of US$
20. Deadline: April 15, 1995.
Info & entry forms:Studio PANorama, FASM
Rua Dr. Emilio Ribas, 89 (Perdizes)
05006-020 Sao Paulo-SP, Brazil
Tel: 55-11-8269718, fax 8269700, 2412401

LVMH Science For Art Prize: Call for entries

Moet Hennessy-Louis Vuitton (LVMH) have announced a call for entries for the
1995 Science for Art Prize. The 1995 theme is " Play of Light and Matter",
and covers all areas of science and art that deal with exploring and
understanding the interaction of light and matter. A Science Prize and an Art
Prize will be awarded-each 100,000 French Francs. Entries must be received by
Jan 27, 1995. Entry applications can be obtained by contacting LVMH Science
For Art Prize, Two Park Avenue, Suite 1830, New York, NY 10016, USA
Fax: 1- 212-340-7620

Royal Dutch Trade Fair Utrecht, Holland
May 31 - June 2, 1995

ISEA-NL in co-operation with the Royal Dutch Fairs organizes a large scale
art show, to be held during Imagination '95, the trade show for creative
computer applications. We are conferring with sponsors to credit a number of
very interesting awards. Publications in several media have been promised.
Entries must be computer generated or computer manipulated.

2-D and 3-D stills: negative, slide or (max.) A-4 print
Audio: Cassette or self running floppy
Typography: Max. A-4 print
Animation: Video (Umatic lowband or VHS)
Video Art: Umatic lowband or VHS, or described concepts
Interactive installations: Selfrunning software or description of concepts

Number of entries per artist: maximum of three items.

All entries must be accompanied by a short CV resume. If returning of the
entries is desired, enclose a self addressed stamped envelop (in Holland) or
a self addressed envelop and payment for return postage, preferably credit
card info.

Deadline: February 28, 1995

Entries and info:
TINA, c/o Albert Verburg
POB 164, 2040 AD Zandvoort, Holland
Tel: 31-2507-31030, Fax: 31-10-4778605, Email: ISEA@MBR.FRG.EUR.NL

Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia

An international exhibition is proposed for the Museum of Contemporary Art in
mid 1995. The curators wish to represent the diversity of practice being
pursued worldwide by artists working with computers. Innovative presentations
by artists using CD (-ROM) of work in other media (eg photography, video,
slide), will also be copnsidered for exhibition.
We request artists to submit work for consideration - please do not send
original material. We are also interested in receiving information about
discs planned for completion in early 1995.Deadline: February 17, 1995
Info and entries:
Mike Leggett, Artists' CD(ROM) Exhibition, MCA, POB R1286, Sydney, 2000
Australia. Fax: 61-2-2524361, Email: M.LEGGETT@UNSW.EDU.AU 

August 6 - 11  1995, Los Angeles, USA

22nd International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques
Papers: January 11, 1995, 6 pm Pacific Standard Time
Technical Sketches: May 31, 1995, 6 pm PST
Panels: January 11, 1995, 6 pm PST
Courses: December 14, 1994
Art Gallery: February 15, 1995 (categories: 2D and 3D art works,
installations, Digital Illustration, Artist's books, Postal - mail- art,
Critical essays)
Computer Animation/Electronic Theatre: April 26, 1995, 6 pm SPT
Interactive Entertainment: February 15, 1995
Interactive Communities (will showcase examples of the emerging social forms
that are shaping the local, national, and global  information. Categories:
virtual environments, visualization and multimedia applications, projects
by/for children, networked digital studios, projects by/for classrooms,
musea, community groups, etc): February 15, 1995
Slides: March 29, 1995
Award Nominations: January 11, 1995
Student Volunteers: March 1, 1995 5 pm PST 

ISEA-NL is the Dutch representative for Siggraph 95. The Call for
Participation (including all entry forms) can be obtained in Holland by
sending a self addressed (Hfl.2,80) stamped (A-4 size) envelop to ISEA, POB
8656, 3009 AR Rotterdam. For other national addresses contact us via Email or
fax. Contact Siggraph directly at:
Smith, Bucklin & Ass, 401 North Michigan Ave, Chicago, Ill 60611, 
USA. Tel 1-312-3216830, fax 6876, email SIGGRAPH95@SIGGRAPH.ORG


Third Interdisciplinary Symmetry Congress and Exhibition
August  14 - 20  1995, Old Town Alexandria (near Washington, D.C.), USA.


The congress and exhibition present a broad interdisciplinary forum where the
representatives of various fields in art, science, and technology may discuss 
and enrich their experiences. The concept symmetry, having roots in both art
and science, helps to provide a `common language' forthis purpose. The new 
`bridges' between disciplines could inspire further ideas in the original 
fields of participants, as well as facilitate the adaptation of existing
ideas and methods from one field to another.

Exhibition: Ars Scientifica

There have  been several exhibitions representing the specific  impact of
certain fields of science and technology on art, but ISIS-Symmetry has
initiated a regular forum for a broader interface of art and science. The
exhibition will consist of two parts: a professional exhibition and an
informal one, based on the objects illustrating the lectures given by the 
participants. Some workshops will be conducted in the exhibition rooms. 
SPECIAL INTERESTS of Ars Scientifica are, among others: kaleidoscopes, 
polyhedra, model designs, new media.


-for application and short description of contribution and other proposals:
December 15, 1994;
-for submitting  final (camera ready) versions of the extended abstracts:
March 31, 1995.

CONTACT PERSONS (for the Congress and Exhibition)

Martha Pardavi-Horvath, Site Coordinator, George Washington University
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Washington, DC 20052, USA. Tel: 1-202-994-5516, Fax: 1-202-994-5296, 
E-mail: pardavi@seas.gwu.edu

Gyorgy Darvas, Executive Secretary, ISIS-Symmetry
Symmetrion -  The Institute for Advanced Symmetry Studies
P.O. Box 4, Budapest, H-1361 Hungary.
Tel. 36-1-131-8326,  Fax:  36-1-131-3161, E-mail: h492dar@ella.hu

Denes Nagy, President, ISIS-Symmetry
Institute of Applied Physics, University of Tsukuba
Tsukuba Science City, Ibaraki-ken 305, Japan.
Tel: 81-298-53-6786, Fax: 81-298-53-5205, E-mail: nagy@bk.tsukuba.ac.jp


GENERAL IDEA 'Infections'
November 6 - January 15, World Wide Video Centre, Spui 189, The Hague,
Including Aids-Related Works & Installations 1988-1994.
A Retrospective of Selected Video Works 1970-1994.
General Idea was a collective of three Canadian artists: Jorge Zontal, Felix
Partz and AA Bronson. Zontal and Partz died recently. The exhibition covers
all rooms in the Video Centre and makes use of the Priva-Lite screen (can be
watched from the street). Other future Priva-Lita projects include works by
Bill Viola, Ponton Media Art Lab and Rem Koolhaas.

November 9 - January 23, Centre Pompidou, Galerie Sud, Paris, France
Exposition by George Legrady, Pierre Levy and Nam June Paik

November 29 - December 1, New York, USA
Info: Tel: 1-212-6778700, fax 2542507

November 30 - December 11  1994, Utrecht, Holland
Do not try that Email address, it isn't one. It is the title of an electronic
art event organized by Ekko, consisting of  lectures, performances, video
shows, workshops, internet sessions etc. Info:
Ekko, Bemuurde Weerd wz 3, Utrecht, Holland. Tel: 31-30-317457, fax 310402

December '94: Giny Vos
January '95: Ken Feingold
February '95" Peter Bogers
Spuistraat 104, 1012 VA Amsterdam, Holland. Tel: 31-20-6237101

December 1 - 3  1994, University of Leipzig, Germany.
Info: Kunstodie der Universitat Leipzig, Goethestr. 2, D-04109 Leipzig, 
Germany. Tel: 49-341-71-04208. Fax: 49-341-281854

December 6 - 8 1994, New York, USA
Info: Tel: 1-201-346-1400, fax 1532

'Virtual Reality and Future Life'
December 9 - 11, Korea Exhibition Center, Korea
VR Applications: Virtual Theater, VR Actors, Telecommunication & 
VR, VR Performance, Virtual Factory, Tele Robitics, Virtual Ski, 
Virtual Aquarium, etc. Invited art by artists from Japan, 
Germany, UK, France, USA and Australia, as well as domestic 
artists. Names include Kawaguchi, Abe, Hashimoto, Gruber, 
Barbier, Meissner, Garrin, Callas, Beriou, Vasulka and many 
Info: Prof. Kwi-Hyun Park (director), tel: 82-343-201830, 201831 fax 247509

January 4 - 7  1995, San Francisco, USA
Info: Tel: 1-617-361-2001, fax 3389

January 13 - 16  1995, Cannes, France
Info: 1-212-689-4220, fax 4348

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

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

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

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

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

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

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