William Davies’s contribution to ten two zero zero five, a-n Collections.
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Susan Jones on a US conference highlighting connectivity.
Gair Dunlop responds to Heidi Campbells presentation.
In June 2003 I was awarded the art and science residency at Wysing Arts, Cambridgeshire.
Mike Stubbs reports from The Next Five Minutes International Festival of Tactical Media in Amsterdam.
Kathleen Forde reports from the 7th International Festival of Video/Arte/Electronica in Lima, Peru.
Beverley Hood reports from the 2003 Siggraph Annual Conference.
Jen Southern and Jen Hamilton discuss their collaboration on the ‘Distance Made Good’ project.
Dion Ellis gives an overview of SCAN (Southern Collaborative Arts Network), an evolving consortium of ten independent arts organisations that aims to promote emergent, collaborative and experimental practice based around new media.
Jessica Loseby searches the net and discovers what’s what and who’s who on the internet art scene.
Stephanie Delcroix delves into the future with Don Foresta and finds a ‘utopia for lazy multimedia artists’ in the Marcel network.
Matt Price describes how he curated an exhibition entirely through the web.
Jessica Loseby shares in her experience of initiating a net art project and becoming ‘cyber-chic’.
This one-day symposium brought together applied arts practitioners and students from many artistic viewpoints, and offered an insight into what new technology and digital practice has achieved and its potential future impact on practice.
Neil Zakiewicz investigates the internet’s renowned promotional capabilities looking at the way a variety of artists are using their websites. For those who haven’t yet ventured into the virtual realm a twenty-minute strategy on where to start is offered.
The first three-day Mediarama new media arts festival took place last November at the Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo (CAAC) in Seville. Artist Lindsay Perth was invited to curate a selection of new media work by women artists.
Rosemary Shirley explores ways artists are working in or with remote locations and how new technologies are being employed.
Sue Jones, co-director and curator for e-2 explains the organisation’s remit to raise the profile and understanding of digital arts.
Film and Video Umbrella (FVU) is a curatorial agency based in London.
The organisation was established in 1989 to promote and develop artists’ single-screen works in film and video, and is now one of the principal touring agencies for artists’ film, video and digital media in the UK.
After a year of on-line communication and collaboration, in September six Manchester artists arrived in Bulgaria to work with four Bulgarian artists on ‘Urban Cycles’. Initiated by Interspace Media Centre in Sofia, the project will also be presented at IDEA in Manchester next April. Here, project curator Galia Dimitrova and participating artist Jen Southern discuss this cultural exchange.