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Subject: RHIZOME DIGEST: 9.26.07
Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2007 16:57:02 -0400

RHIZOME DIGEST: September 26, 2007


1. Jason Freeman: MS in Music Technology at Georgia Tech
2. bboetto AT Available Position at the Art Institute of Chicago - Director of Video Data Bank
3. ANAT Communications: ISEA Call for Papers, Panels and Artist Presentations
4. Media Arts for the ICA Web Site
5. Joel Slayton: Faculty Position: CADRE Laboratory

6. rochfor: upgrade!warsaw
7. Ryan Griffis: Fwd: An Atlas AT LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions / September 26-November 18, 2007
8. Mendi Obadike: Mendi+Keith Chicago Public Radio feature
9. Heather Corcoran: Tha Clikc: Paper Rad and Beige artists at E:vent Gallery, London
10. Andreas Jacobs: Clash of Discourses: Living in a Hysterical World

11. Turbulence: Interview: Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller

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From: Jason Freeman <rhizome AT>
Date: Sep 19, 2007
Subject: MS in Music Technology at Georgia Tech

[please forward]


The Music Department at Georgia Tech in Atlanta is accepting applications for its Master of Science degree in Music Technology, which provides students with the practical skills and theoretical understanding needed to be leaders in the design, development, and creative implementation of music technology products and services. The program currently offers a concentration in Computer Music Research and Engineering, focusing on the design and development of enabling technologies in areas including networked applications, mobile devices, music information retrieval, musical robotics, and interactive performance. This two-year, full-time interdisciplinary degree program is conducted in close collaboration with other leading programs at Georgia Tech, including Human Computer Interaction, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Design, Digital Media, and Mechanical Engineering.

Generous research assistantships and tuition waivers are available to select students.

Applications for January 2008 enrollment are due by November 1, 2007. Applications for August 2008 enrollment are due February 15, 2008. Applicants should have an undergraduate degree in Music, Computing, Engineering, or a related discipline, with a background both in performance, composition, and/or theory, and in programming and/or engineering.

For more information about the program, the Music Technology Group, and the application process, please visit:


PARAG CHORDIA: music information retrieval (MIR), music cognition, computational music theory, algorithmic and interactive composition, machine hearing.
FRANK CLARK: media and music, network music.
JASON FREEMAN: algorithmic composition, network music, audience-participative musical environments.
CHRIS MOORE: recording, production, conducting.
GIL WEINBERG : new instruments for musical expression, musical networks, machine and robotic musicianship, sonification, music education.

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HDFEST's New York festival will be taking place October 10th and 11th from 6pm-10pm at the HD theatre at Sony Wonder Technology Lab (56th Street and Madison Avenue.) HDFEST is an exclusively High-Definition film festival which showcases the best in movies and animation created using HD technology. HDFEST festival events this year are also taking place in Seoul, London, Finland, and Los Angeles.

HD movies to be screened at the New York event originate from countries around the world including Japan, Seoul, Singapore, Germany, England, Ireland, Canada, and Spain. Participating filmmakers will be available at the festival to discuss their work and experiences using High-Def. Tickets are $12 per screening and are available online or at the event at the HDFEST box office. The New York HDFEST schedule or more information can be found at or by emailing admin AT

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From: bboetto AT <bboetto AT>
Date: Sep 20, 2007
Subject: Available Position at the Art Institute of Chicago - Director of Video Data Bank

Video Data Bank

THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO is seeking a qualified candidate who will establish all policies and long range planning for the VDB. Determines the future direction of the organization: number and type of staff, allocation of funds for staff and resources, development of the collection, marketing and promotional plans, sales and rentals income, artists' royalties and preservation of the archive. Develops special projects to further the goals of the VDB. Oversees and is responsible for all fiscal responsibilities of the VDB, including writing and reporting on grants, developing new methodologies for increasing earned income and seeking new funding opportunities. Participates in conferences, panels and festivals within the national and international media arts community.

A SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE WILL HAVE a Master of Arts degree in a related subject and/or minimum five years equivalent experience in a related field. Must possess a minimum five years experience in international video art markets and distribution strategies. Proven track record of leadership within the international media arts field, including strong motivational and team building skills. Proven experience of financial management and budgeting, including fundraising. Experience with strategic planning and successful program development. Staff management experience, including the development of effective communications and a collaborative work environment. Knowledge of the history of video art and media studies. Experience in curatorial practice in video art. Working knowledge of video art preservation. Experience managing technology and working with online communications. Must be highly organized, detail oriented and able to manage simultaneous priorities under pressure. Mark!
eting experience, computer literacy, and communication skills a must.

TO APPLY: Send resume and cover letter to The Art Institute of Chicago, 111 S. Michigan, Employment Services MC/563, Chicago, IL 60603. E-mail: AT, fax: 312-857-0141.

The Art Institute of Chicago is an equal opportunity, equal access employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce.

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From: ANAT Communications <communicate AT>
Date: Sep 24, 2007
Subject: ISEA Call for Papers, Panels and Artist Presentations

ISEA Call for Papers, Panels and Artist Presentations

ISEA invites submissions to the conference of the International Symposium on Electronic Art 2008 that will be held in Singapore between 25th & 30th July 2008. This symposium consists of three aspects of peer reviewed conference(s), internationally juried exhibition(s) and various in-conjunction and partner events.

The conference, as in previous ISEAs, is expected to bring together artists, theorists, historians, curators and researchers of media arts from around the world to jointly explore the most urgent and exciting questions in the field. The conference is held alongside workshops, courses, exhibitions, performances and other in-conjunction events that will be held for the duration of ISEA2008 from 25th July to August 3rd 2008.

ISEA welcome contributions from creative practitioners and researchers from a variety of disciplines and institutional contexts as media arts benefits from and exemplifies the interdisciplinary linkages between contemporary art, science, technology and their related philosophies, pedagogies and institutional practices.

Call for Papers closes on the 30th of September 2007.

The five themes of ISEA2008 are especially focused on eliciting a wide range of international scholars and artists. The themes are; Locating Media, Wiki Wiki, Ludic Interfaces, Border Transmissions and Reality Jam. For more information visit

ISEA or also known as International Symposium on Electronic Arts was initiated in 1988, is the world' s premier media arts event for the critical discussion and showcase of creative productions applying new technologies in interactive and digital media. Held biannually in various cities throughout the world, this migratory event is being held in Asia for the second time in its history, after Singapore successfully secured this bid.

ANAT is excited to be a part of the ISEA2008 Symposium - more details to be announced soon!

ANAT is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council its arts funding and advisory body, by the South Australian Government through Arts SA and the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments.

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Mills College - Assistant Professor, Electronic Arts/Sound
Full-time tenure-track position beginning Fall 2008

The Mills College Music Department and the Intermedia Arts Program seek an accomplished Electronic Arts/Sound artist with an established record of achievement in electronic media and sound, who possesses a broad understanding of contemporary art practices and computer technologies. Candidates should be fluent in the history and criticism of electronic media and sound art, as well as contemporary media theory. They should be prepared to contribute to the developing Intermedia Arts Program curricula, and to teach and advise undergraduate and graduate students working across and between disciplines, including experimental music, dance, visual art, installation, performance, creative-writing, and video. Courses will include a Sound Art studio class, and beginning and advanced Electronic Arts courses that address digital and electronic art production, including digital and analog electronics, internet and web art, and interactivity as art practices. At least three years of college teaching experience is preferred, and an MFA or equivalent experience is required.

Application: An application should include a cover letter discussing teaching experience and areas of expertise, a CV, a statement of your approach to teaching, an artist’s statement, a representative selection of art work (such as audio CDs, videos in DVD format, URLs for web based work, or Macintosh-compatible CD-ROMs), SASE, and contact information for three academic/professional references. Please send applications to:

Chris Brown, Chair, Electronic Arts/Sound Search Committee, Music Department, Mills College, 5000 MacArthur Blvd., Oakland, CA 94613-1301

Reviews of submitted applications will begin on November 1, 2007.
Inquiries: 510.430.2330; cbmus AT

Located in the San Francisco Bay Area, Mills is a selective liberal arts college for women, with coeducational graduate programs. Persons of color and those committed to working in a socially diverse environment are encouraged to apply. AA/EOE

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From: <nemeorg AT>
Date: Sep 26, 2007
Subject: Media Arts for the ICA Web Site

The ICA is launching a call for submissions of web-based Media artworks to be shown on the ICA website: submissions are currently open until 24 Oct.

To complement our existing Live and Media Arts programme, we are looking for work that is innovative, either in technique or ideas. The work we are looking for doesn’t necessarily have to be ‘interactive’, but it must be work that engages with the user.

Submissions are open to anyone who wants to show a piece of web-based work that they are proud of or that exemplifies their skills as an artist. It should be a relatively recent or new piece of work that hasn’t yet been launched or shown on an institutional or gallery website.

More info can be found on

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From: Joel Slayton <joel AT>
Date: Sep 26, 2007
Subject: Faculty Position: CADRE Laboratory


Digital Media Art
School of Art and Design
Job Opening ID (JOID): 013092
Rank: Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track)


Graduate MFA degree emphasizing digital media practice or PH.D in Art History or New Media research/practice is required. Demonstrated record of professional activities including exhibitions and publications is required. This position is directly affiliated with the CADRE Laboratory for New Media, an interdisciplinary academic program emphasizing experimental practice and research. Candidates must demonstrate artistic achievement in an area of expertise informing the intersection of information culture and contemporary art. Candidates must demonstrate familiarity with emerging media and technologies as well as theoretical sophistication in cultural studies or social practices of digital media and technology. Candidates with expertise in emerging areas of artistic practice, history, and theory that involve mobile computing, gaming, mapping, social networks, network art or information visualization are preferred. Candidates with demonstrated theoretical or critical authorship and/or curatorial practice, with community or public art expertise desirable. Applicants should have awareness of and sensitivity to the educational goals of a multicultural population as might have been gained in crosscultural study, training, teaching and other comparable experience. Teaching experience at the university level is preferred.


The CADRE Laboratory is a unique platform for trans-disciplinary practice and research. This faculty position has direct responsibilities associated with administration of CADRE special programs included publishing, exhibiting, and symposia, as well as supervising sponsored projects. The CADRE Laboratory is a unique platform for trans-disciplinary practice and research. Faculty from Fine Arts, Graphic and Industrial Design, Art Education, Museum Studies and Art History are involved; the faculty member is therefore expected to displa leadership skills and demonstrate a record of fundraising or development skills including grant writing and/or individual solicitation for sponsored research projects. Academic responsibilities include teaching a range of undergraduate and graduate courses in digital media and in the Art History program. Artist will have the opportunity to teach in a variety of cross-disciplinary practice areas, including graduate seminars in history and theory of digital media, and a variety of experimental courses. Artist will also share student advising, curriculum development, student recruitment and student admissions responsibilities. Active involvement on School and University governance and planning committees is required. Candidate must have the ability to address the needs of ethnically diverse students through course materials, teaching strategies and advisement. Candidate must address the needs of a student population of great diversity – in age, cultural background, ethnicity, primary language and academic preparation – through course materials, teaching strategies and advisement.

Salary Range: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Starting Date: August 21, 2008

Eligibility: Employment is contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in the United States.

Application Procedures: For full consideration send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interests/philosophy, creative, scholarly or research plans, and at least three original letters of reference with contact information by January 23, 2008 to:

Chair, Digital Media Search Committee, Please include Job Opening ID School of Art and Design (JOID) on all correspondence.

San José State University
One Washington Square
San José, CA 95192-0089

Representative examples of your creative and scholarly work can be submitted on-line or CD/DVD. San José State University is California’s oldest institution of public higher learning. The campus is located on the southern end of San Francisco Bay in downtown San José (Pop. 945,000), hub of the world-famous Silicon Valley high-technology research and development center. Many of California’s most popular national, recreational, and cultural attractions are conveniently close. A member of the 23-campus CSU system, San José State University enrolls approximately 30,000 students, a significant percentage of whom are members of minority groups. The University is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty so our disciplines, students and the community can benefit from multiple ethnic and gender perspectives. SJSU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer committed to nondiscrimination on the bases of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender status, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability, or covered veteran status consistent with applicable federal and state laws.

Joel Slayton
Director, SJSU CADRE Laboratory

FUSE: CADRE/Montalvo Artist Research Residency

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Organizational memberships with Rhizome

Sign your library, university or organization up for a Rhizome organizational membership! Give your community access to the largest online archives of digital art and new media art-related writing, the opportunity to organize member-curated exhibitions, participate in critical discussion, community boards, and learn about residency, educational and professional possibilities. Rhizome also offers subsidized memberships for qualifying institutions with limited access to the Internet. Please visit for more information or contact sales AT

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From: rochfor <rochfor AT>
Date: Sep 19, 2007
Subject: upgrade!warsaw

A very private show

Join us for an Upgrade!Warsaw this Sunday (23.09) with Agata Groszek, She will talk about her social and critical art, documentary films, video, pastiche films, photographies and installations. Every time She use the medium that best suits to a particular subject.

At the Upgrade!Warsaw meeting at Dziekanka She’ll presents The Family Films.

Family Films – a kind of family chronicles. Conversations with aged family members about relationships, past and controversial subjects – an attempt to catch irreversibly passing time and to gain a deeper insight in myself by learning about not much known close people.
All talks concern the relationship.

Family Films: Raspberries, 10 min, 2007
A conversation of my father with his mother, my grandmother, where love and antipathy towards different family members shift; especially conflict with one of the sisters is to be seen. At the same time it’s a registration of a difficult life of a 93 years old, blind and hard of hearing person.

Family Films: A conversation, 3 min, 2006
A conversation with my 83 years old grandfather, why he never settled a family and about his women. Dialog, that more hides than shows, but the unspoken is equally important.

Family Films: I would have lived like a lord, 10 min, 2007
78 years old uncle Richard recalls a lost chance to educate and develop his musical talent. The story is illustrated with his singing during the Sunday church mass.

Family Films: An elegant boy, 9 min, 2007
A conversation with a 78 years old uncle, how he used to pick up girls, when he was young, how he found his wife and why he married at the age of 43.

Family Films: Don’t remember, 1 min, 2007
A woman, my aunt, who defends herself from confessions. All she says is “I don’t remember”. This little piece stays in interesting contrast to the rich, never ending stories of her husband – the man from the films “I would have lived like a lord” and “An elegant boy”.

Family Films: A motorcycle, 1 min, 2007
An audio piece – my grandmother talks about the choice she had in the far past – to settle a family or to buy a motorcycle.
The Upgrade! Warsaw – monthly gathering of media artist that fosters dialogue and creates opportunities for collaboration. Events are informal. Entrance is free.

5:00 pm, “Dziekanka” - multimedia art workroom
"Dziekanka" is the dormitory of The Academy of Music in Warsaw, Poland.
It is situated at 58/60 Krakowskie Przedmieście.

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From: Ryan Griffis <ryan.griffis AT>
Date: Sep 20, 2007
Subject: Fwd: An Atlas AT LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions / September 26-November 18, 2007

> An Atlas
> September 26 – November 18, 2007
> LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions)
> OPENING RECEPTION: Wednesday, September 26, 7-9pm
> An Atlas is a traveling exhibition of artists working with “radical
> cartography”—a practice that uses maps and mapping to promote
> social change. The 10 participating artists, architects, and
> collectives take on issues from globalization to garbage and
> explore the map’s role as a political agent. The exhibition and
> accompanying publication contribute to a growing cultural movement
> that cuts across boundaries of art, cartography, geography, and
> activism.
> Works include Ashley Hunt’s intricate diagram of the social effects
> of the global prison-industrial complex; the Center for Urban
> Pedagogy’s mapping of the people who make and manage New York
> City’s “garbage machine”; Jane Tsong’s drawing of how nature and
> culture clash in Los Angeles’ watershed; and Trevor Paglen and John
> Emerson’s route map of CIA rendition flights. Participating artists
> are:
> An Architektur
> the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP)
> Ashley Hunt
> Institute for Applied Autonomy with Site-R
> Pedro Lasch
> Lize Mogel
> Trevor Paglen & John Emerson
> Brooke Singer
> Jane Tsong
> Unnayan
> Organized by Lize Mogel and Alexis Bhagat.
> The companion publication, “An Atlas of Radical Cartography," will
> be available in late October 2007 from the Journal of Aesthetics
> and Protest Press, Los Angeles.
> For more information, please visit
> or email lize AT
> An Atlas is made possible in part by a grant from the LEF
> Foundation, and is a sponsored project of the New York Foundation
> for the Arts.
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> LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions)
> 6522 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028
> Hours: Wed-Sun 12-6pm, Fri 12-9pm
> 323.957.1777 /

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Rhizome Commissions Program

Rhizome 2008 Commissions Announced!
This year, eleven emerging artists/ collectives were awarded commissions in support of new works of Internet-based art. The projects include distributed sound experiments, visually compelling interactive images that blend the sublime and the ridiculous, and pioneering applications that encourage the flowering of creativity across commercial areas of the web. Follow the link below for descriptions of and links to the eleven winning proposals, which also includes our first-ever Community Award, a project designed to enhance participation and communication on Rhizome.

The Rhizome Commissions Program is made possible by support from the Jerome Foundation in celebration of the Jerome Hill Centennial, the Greenwall Foundation, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. Additional support has been provided by members of the Rhizome community.

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From: Mendi Obadike <mendi AT>
Date: Sep 22, 2007
Subject: Mendi+Keith Chicago Public Radio feature

Dear friends,

We're writing to let you know about Chicago Public Radio's recent feature on our project Big House / Disclosure. They have presented an interview and excerpts of our work in conjunction with the Third Coast International Audio Festival, where we'll be giving a presentation in November. If you're in the area, we'd love to see you then.


Third Coast Audio Festival

Podcast URL (See instructions below)

Print Interview

Music and Sound Clips

Podcast Instructions
Copy and paste the following URL into your podcasting client.

To add this feed to iTunes:
1. Go to the "Advanced" Menu.
2. Select "Subscribe to Podcast..."
3. Copy and Paste the above URL into the text box.
4. Press "OK."

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From: Heather Corcoran <heather AT>
Date: Sep 24, 2007
Subject: Tha Clikc: Paper Rad and Beige artists at E:vent Gallery, London

E:vent Gallery

6 October – 4 November, 2007
[gallery open from 12–6pm Friday to Sunday]


Curated by Heather Corcoran

Private view: 5 October, 7-11pm
Event Gallery, 96 Teesdale Street, Bethnal Green, E2 6PU (tube: Bethnal Green)

E:vent presents a group exhibition of work by the American art crew Paper Rad along with Beige Programming Ensemble artists Paul B. Davis, Cory Arcangel and Joe Beuckman.

"Seizing upon the technological detritus spawned by advancements in computing over the last three decades, Beige’s inclination is to tinker with the inner workings of ubiquitous platforms past and present. Paper Rad are similarly drawn to the gaudiest fixtures of pop culture, transmogrifying and amplifying them into a kaleidoscopic parallel universe all their own..." (more at


Thursday 11 October

with The Potions, DJs Bitch Ass Darius (DataBass), Shoulders (Thrill Jockey)
and Paul B. Davis (Beige)

Doors at 8pm; free entry
Old Blue Last, 38 Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch, EC2A 3HY (tube: Old Street / Liverpool Street)

Old Blue Last hosts an unofficial and totally antithetical Frieze afterparty with headlining art/music crossover performances by Paper Rad and 8 Bit Construction Set along with banging party DJ sets by Shoulders, Bitch Ass Darius and Paul B. Davis.

96 Teesdale Street, Bethnal Green
London, E2 6PU

info AT

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From: Andreas Jacobs <ajaco AT>
Date: Sep 21, 2007
Subject: Clash of Discourses: Living in a Hysterical World

Clash of Discourses: Living in a Hysterical World

Materiality / Immateriality
Money Economy \ Gift Economy
Science / Religion
Aesthetics \ Politics
Private / Public
Individual \ Collective
Elite / Masses
Socialism \ Fascism
Institutionalized Culture / Underground
The Wise Guys \ The Men from the Streets
Urban / Rural
Outsiders \ Insiders
Literated / Illiterated
Artist \ Audience
Consumer / Producer
Ignorance \ Awareness

Determination of your position, and more,

14 September, 20:30 CEST AT De Balie - Centre for Culture and Politics, Amsterdam, Nictoglobe organized, using free publicly accessible open source software tools, developed and provided by de Balie, a DIY CoolMediaHotTalkShow about 'Creative Resistance, New Media as Soft Arms'

In case you missed it, see archived show:

Below our call as sent on May 15th 2007:

"Nictoglobe invites you to send a short (max 500 words) submission which reflects upon ‘creative resistance – new media as soft arms’ as an starting point to develop a more profound and public, artistic led discussion about this subject."


A. Andreas - Publisher Nictoglobe

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From: Turbulence <turbulence AT>
Date: Sep 20, 2007
Subject: Interview: Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller

Interview: Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller
by Peter Traub
September 20, 2007

Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller create multimedia pieces that combine aspects of sculpture, cinema, sound installation, and short-story fiction. Installations such as "The Paradise Institute" (2001) use forced perspective and a three-dimensional sound track to create the illusion that one is sitting in a large theater. Their 'sound walks' and 'video walks' are immersive pieces that use common consumer technologies, such as iPods and video cameras, to create experiences that blur the line between experienced reality and narrative fiction. Their works are exhibited internationally; their exhibit "The Killing Machine and other stories" will arrive at the Miami Art Museum on October 15, 2007. Read the complete interview here:

Jo-Anne Green, Co-Director
New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc.:
New York: 917.548.7780 . Boston: 617.522.3856
Networked_Performance Blog:
Upgrade! Boston:
New American Radio:

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Rhizome Digest is filtered by Marisa Olson (marisa AT ISSN: 1525-9110. Volume 12, number 38. Article submissions to list AT are encouraged. Submissions should relate to the theme of new media art and be less than 1500 words. For information on advertising in Rhizome Digest, please contact info AT

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