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Subject: RHIZOME DIGEST: 12.12.07
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2007 14:32:47 -0500

RHIZOME DIGEST: December 12, 2007


1. Marisa Olson; Prix Ars Electronica Media Research Award 2008: "Interactive Artforms"
2. Marcosz: Call For Projects: re/act festival award
3. shawn brixley: Ph.D Applications | Center for Digital Art and Experimental Media (DXARTS)
4. Josephe DeLappe: Call For Proposals:
5. Ana Otero: OPEN CALL - 404 FESTIVAL

6. Rhizomer: Transitioners: Le Producteur, an exhibition by Societe Realiste at La Synagogue de Delme, France
7. Zach Layton: la superette this weekend
8. Turbulence: To our users
9. Rhizomer: Panel with Marina Abramovic, Performance by TallBlondLadies

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From: Marisa Olson
Date: Dec 7, 2007
Subject: Prix Ars Electronica Media Art Research Award 2008:
"Interactive Artforms"

Marisa Olson 1:

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From: Dr. Katja Kwastek <kwastek AT>
Date: Dec 7, 2007 6:28 AM
Subject: Prix Ars Electronica Media Art Research Award 2008:
"Interactive Artforms"

Dear CRUMB readers,

Please consider submitting for this award,


In conjunction with the 2008 Prix Ars Electronica, the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute Media.Art.Research will be awarding a prize honoring an outstanding theoretical work on the subject of <Interactive Artforms>.

Prix Ars Electronica Media.Art.Research Award wants to further scholarly investigation of media artforms that have not yet gotten established in the context of art museums or in the commercial art world, and of processual, conceptual and interactive art that assumes subversive, situational and committed positions at the interface of art, technology and society.

This new theory prize (prize money: 5.000 euros) is designed to accord due recognition to the important work being done by art historians and media scholars in the field of media art, which has emerged over the last two decades as an innovative, wide-ranging discipline in its own right. The great diversity and tremendous current relevance of this branch of artistic production call for theoretical and scholarly reflection on the historical
significance of such artworks, on how to mediate audiences' encounters with them and on their conservation. The Ludwig Boltzmann Institute Media.Art.Research has been pursuing precisely these tasks since its founding in Linz in 2005. The theory prize competition is meant to promote an international discourse centering on the theories, methodologies and standards of media art. Essential to this agenda is the necessity of
defining terms and developing a theoretical framework in a way that affirms pluralism and emphatically rejects any sort of final categorization of such artforms.

What can you submit?

Theoretical works dealing with some aspect of <interactive artforms> can be entered this year-for example,

* a university thesis/dissertation,
* a scholarly article,
* an essay,
* a book or
* an online publication.

The work must either be in the form of a completed manuscript or have already been published. Individuals or groups of people of any nationality are eligible to enter.

The Prix Ars Electronica Media.Art.Research Award is meant to recognize basic scholarly research and contemporary theory construction that addresses current scientific, social and artistic issues. In the judging, decisive emphasis will be placed on the submission's contribution to the latest research and not on the historical merits of the author. Consideration will also be given to the Ludwig Boltzmann Society's overriding objective of fostering the careers of promising academicians. The jury will pay particular attention to the quality of the work's content and its scholarly relevance. Contemporary methodological approaches expressed in a clear, understandable way are especially welcome, as are innovative publication formats (e.g. online publishing).

Deadline for submission: March 7, 2008
(but if you submit as early as possible, you give us more time to read your
contributions ;-)

More informations about the Prix and the online registration:
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Rhizome Needs You!

Rhizome is currently in the midst of our annual Community Campaign. We need to raise $30,000 by midnight, December 31st in order to sustain and grow our web-based programs. We're calling upon the artists, critics, curators, scholars, scientists, and general digital culture fans in our network to achieve this goal. Now is the time to become a member (it's only $25!), renew your membership, or make a generous donation. Rhizome serves an emerging field and we rely, to no small extent, on our community for support. Your contribution will seed the development of our web-based programs, such as commissions, discussion, and digital art preservation, all of which aim to increase the visibility and vibrancy of this growing field. Helping us will help make new media art history. Please support us today!

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From: Marcosz
Date: December 8, 2007
Subject: Call For Projects: re/act festival award

February 1, 2008

In 2008, re/act, the international student festival for digital media art, takes place for the 4th time. Art and design students from all over the world are given the opportunity to make their works known to a wide audience and to make new contacts with a network of curators, cultural policy makers, gallery owners, professors, students, and the media.

Re/act's competition addresses students of artistic study programs. An international
panel of experts will select the world’s best works from all entries.

Awards go to works from the following disciplines:

- Video Art
- Interactive Art
- Live video & performance
- Game Art

Deadline: February 1st 2008
The submission form is downloadable at:

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Theatre/Video: Assistant Professor (tenure track to begin August 2008). MFA required, Ph.D. or equivalent professional and academic experience considered. Teaching responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, courses in: acting; voice/diction; on-camera performance; directing; script analysis and script writing; digital video production and editing. Other duties may include directing Theatre/Video productions; collaborating with colleagues on other productions and activities, mentoring students with their creative processes; departmental and institutional support. Qualified applicants must submit letter of interest (include email address if applicable), vita, unofficial transcripts, evidence of teaching effectiveness, recent examples of personal work and at least three letters of reference (to be sent directly by references or confidential placement file) to: Dr. Marilyn D. Hunt, Chair, Department of Communication Studies & Theatre, Missouri Western State University, 4525 Downs Drive, St. Joseph, Missouri 64507. Deadline: December 1, 2007 or until filled. Review of applications will begin immediately.
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From: shawn brixey
Date: December 10, 2007
Subject: Ph.D Applications | Center for Digital Art and Experimental Media (DXARTS)
dec 10

Posted by shawn brixey
February 8, 2008

The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) at the University of
Washington in Seattle is seeking strong applications for its new path-breaking
Ph.D. program. DXARTS is an autonomous degree granting Center in the College of
Arts and Sciences at the UW. The new Ph.D. program embraces an expansive range
of digital and experimental arts practice, and research across multiple
disciplines. Faculty and students at DXARTS work in established areas of
experimental arts such as Digital Video, Mechatronics, Computer Music and Sound
Art, 3D Animation, and Telematics, as well as pursue innovative areas of arts
research and creative context that have no media allegiance or historical
precedent. Creative work underway at DXARTS draws from all combinations of the
arts and sciences, and actively seeks the invention of completely new domains of
arts practice.

The deadline for receipt of complete applications for the Ph.D. program is
February 8th, for Fall 2008 admission. Though DXARTS highly encourages
applications from all interdisciplinary fields of experimental arts practice,
special attention will be focused this application cycle to artists whose
backgrounds include interests and strong skill sets in at least one of the
following: experimental film making, computer music, computer programming, data
acquisition, 3-D modeling, cnc machining, rapid prototyping, bioengineering,
mechatronics, robotics and networked environments. International students should
apply as soon as possible due to the extra administrative time needed to process
these applications.

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Film/Video/Theatre: Assistant Professor, (tenure-track position to begin August 2008) – dynamic individual to teach courses in progressive integrated video/film and theatre department with emerging interdisciplinary graduate program in applied media arts. Department requires innovative professional to oversee the technical production of video, film, and live production and assist in curricular development of graduate classes. Required: M.F.A. in film, video, multi-media, theatre or closely related field. Must demonstrate evidence of quality teaching/advising and commitment to undergraduate and graduate education. Applicant must have expertise with cinematography, lighting, sound and live theatrical production. Applicant must also have a working knowledge in the Macintosh environment, including the major non-linear applications utilized in post-production. Applicant will teach courses as needed but must be able to teach film, video and live technical production. Qualified applicants must submit a letter of interest including e-mail address; vita; recent examples of personal work; and at least three letters of reference (to be sent directly by references or confidential placement file) to: Dr. M. D. Hunt, Chair, Department of Communication Studies & Theatre, Missouri Western State University, 4525 Downs Drive, Murphy Hall 207, St. Joseph, Missouri 64507. Deadline: December 1, 2007 or until filled. Review of applications will begin immediately. AA/EOE.
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From: Josephe DeLappe
Date: December 12, 2007

Posted by Joseph DeLappe
March 19, 2008 is a call to action to artists, designers, architects or other interested creative individuals or collaborators to propose concepts for the creation of memorials to the many thousands of Iraqi civilians killed in the War in Iraq. As of 2007, estimates range from 77,000 to over 655,000 deaths in Iraq of non-combatants as a consequence of “Operation Iraqi Freedom”.

A diverse group of internationally based curators and scholars have been invited to serve as jurors for the project - they will each develop an updatable list of up to ten favorite entries (there will be no "winner" of this call for proposals). There is no final deadline for this project, March 19, 2008, the fifth anniversary of the start of the Operation Iraqi Freedom, will serve as an initial first deadline for the jurors review of proposals. Works will also be freely rated by the viewing public on each individual artist's page.

Jurors include:
-Dr. Nadje Al-Ali, Centre for Gender Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK
-Yaelle Amir, Independent Curator and Writer, New York City, USA
-Dr Bernadette Buckley, Lecturer in International Politics, Goldsmiths University of London, UK
-Monica Narula & Shuddhabrata Sengupta, The Raqs Media Collective, Delhi, India
-Dr. David Simpson, Professor of English, University of California Davis, USA
-John David Spiak, Curator, Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, USA
-Dr. Marjorie Vecchio, Director/Curator, Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery, University of Nevada, Reno, USA

Guidelines for Entries
This project seeks to highlight conceptions of memorials in the broadest context possible. From individual gestures of personal remembrance to monumental concepts functioning on a global scale - all ideations of memory that address the issue of Iraqi civilian deaths are welcome. From sketches on napkins to fully detailed digitally animated walkthroughs - the diversity of approaches to expressing your ideas will help to create an engaging and thought provoking repository of memorial concepts.

Who May Submit Proposals?
All artists, designers, individuals or collaborations are welcome and invited to submit proposals. You must be at minimum 18 years old to participate in this project.

There are no restrictions in regard to materials, media or processes - this project seeks to encourage proposals from across the diverse spectrum of disciplinary and cross-disciplinary artistic practice. This open call for proposals is open to all creative practice, including but not limited to: visual artists, performing artists, designers, architects, audio artists. Artists and designers should think as broadly a possible in considering the proposed use of materials, media and processes. All artistic processes will be considered in this context (permanent/temporary, physical/ethereal, object/performative, formal/interactive, traditional/relational, analog/digital).

It is up to each artist to define the context(s) as to where the proposed memorials would ideally be realized. There are no geographical, architectural, dimensional or spatial restrictions of any kind - as there is no defined location this is completely open to individual interpretation and imagination (physical/virtual, local/global, permanent/temporary). Artists are encouraged to consider the identification of site(s) as fluid yet critical to the proposal process.

What to Submit?
Artists are invited to use the format best suited to represent their individual memorial concepts. This can include, but is not limited to: drawings, diagrams, architectural renderings, scale models, photographs, descriptive texts, audio files, video or animated walk-through - whatever format most creatively represents the memorial concept.

How to Submit
Entries are accepted via this website. Please prepare the following information then use the online proposal form to complete the entry process:

* 1-2 jpeg files and/or audio/video files up to (.mp3 or .mov), (a total 2 files maximum combined 15mb per submission)
* project synopsis (200 words max)
* artist's bio (100 words max)
* artist's URL/website
* Name, address, email, phone number, etc.

Information/Project Contact:

Project Director Joseph DeLappe
Associate Professor
Digital Media Studio
Department of Art/224
University of Nevada, Reno
Reno, Nevada 89509
delappe AT
delappe AT

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From: ana otero
Date: December 15, 2007
Subject: OPEN CALL- 404 Festival

ana otero:
Date -> Thu, Dec 20







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From: Rhizomer
Date: December 7, 2007
Subject: Transitioners: Le Producteur, an exhibition by Societe Realiste at La Synagogue de Delme, France.


Opening on Friday, December 14, 2007 at 6pm.

Exhibition from December 15, 2007 to February 17, 2008

La Synagogue de Delme welcomes Societe Realiste for their first personal
show in an art center in France. Societe Realiste is an artistic cooperative, created by Ferenc Grof and Jean-Baptiste Naudy in 2004. Their activity consists in developing various research enterprises, successively dealing with territorial ergonomy, experimental economy, counter-strategy, or political design, as is the case of the project Transitioners, initiated in 2006, and for which they have been invited to Delme.

Transitioners is a trend design agency, specialized in political transitions. Transposing the principles of prospective design, generally used by professionals in the field of fashion, to the field of politics, Societe Realiste questions the revolution (transition?) as a central category for contemporary Western society. How can a "democratic transition"
be produced? What is the role of design in the permanent conversion of political flux into mythology? How can the effect of an event on citizens be transformed into a controlled affect? Depending on present atmosphere, Transitioners defines the general climate,
in which future social transformation movements will take place, in order to maximize their efficiency. By examining the evolution of revolution as a form, the project offers visual and semantic tools ready to be used by whoever wishes to: logotypes, color charts, lexical fields, etc.

For each new step in the project, Societe Realiste conceives a new trend
collection, originated by a precise historical event. In 2007, the inspiration for Bastille Days was the French Revolution. The 2008 collection, entitled Le Producteur and inaugurated at la Synagogue de Delme is based on the utopias developed during the first three decades of the 19th century, by thinkers such as Fourier, Enfantin, Rodrigues, Cabet, Owen, or Saint-Simon. A wide panorama (pictorial and theatrical device inherited from that time) will be inscribed in the architecture of the art center, allowing the visitors to discover the latest research of Transitioners.

The central question of the 2008 collection is related to the progressive separation of liberalism and socialism. While they have a common origin and were not differentiated by major utopist thinkers, the events of 1830 and 1848 progressively opposed them. This binary confrontation between liberalism and socialism still constitutes the basis of our common representations. For Transitioners, the interrogation of this ideological
chasm, of its accuracy and its contradictions, is central. The stake of the collection Le Producteur consists in knowing how these movements share a common ideological base, and how the later can nourish the design of future transitions.

In 2006-07, the Bastille Days collection was presented at Trafo Galeria
(Budapest), at the Kunstpavillon (Innsbruck), on the occasion of the 2nd
Biennale of Moscow, at Mains d'Oeuvres (Saint-Ouen), at Ze dos Bois (Lisbon)
and at the Martine Aboucaya gallery (Paris). Societe Realiste will also present Transitioners: Le Producteur from January 29 to February 24, 2008 in the context of Transmediale 08: Conspire, at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt of Berlin (

For further information about projects by the Societe Realiste cooperative: ;


Opening hours:
Wednesday to Saturday from 2 to 6 pm,
Sunday from 11 am to 6 pm
Admission free
Closed from December 22, 2007 to January 1st, 2008


Centre d'art contemporain la Synagogue de Delme
33 rue Poincar=E9 - 57590 Delme FRANCE
+33 (0)3 87 01 43 42

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From: Zach Layton
Date: December 8, 2007
Subject: la superette this weekend


this is the second shopping weekend of La Superette, curated by Tali
Hinkis and Kyle Lapidus, who have invited me to be an iPod DJ along with Bethany Ryker of wfmu's stochastic hit parade and Daniel Perlin tomorrow from 12 - 7pm.

La Superette is a fantastic event and a great opportunity to pick up some affordable art work by wonderful artists...come on down.

(see for full information):

Saturday December 8 and Sunday December 9 from 12 NOON until 7pm each day.
this year all La Superette events are being held at 112 W. 44th St. a block from Times Square in Manhattan.

though a few things sold out, many great items are still available so come
shop for things you and your loved ones will adore!

also a few sets of Viewmaster glasses for the Dec. 13-16 performance
series featuring Loud Objects, Benton Bainbridge/Matty Ostrowski, MV Carbon/Tony Conrad, Nautical Almanac, The And Group, Luke Dubois, James Rouvelle/John
Roach, Dan Iglesia, and Gerald Marks (details at: ) are still available, and may be the only way to get into the shows on those nights depending on space constraints, so if you're interested, you should come pick some up this weekend.

What is La Superette?

La Superette is an annual event, an art sale held around the holiday season in December. We organize a temporary store where artists sell functional art in
multiples at affordable prices. In addition to the sale there are performances and video screenings that run throughout the day.

Bon Anniversaire!
To celebrate the 10th Anniversary of La Superette, we are expanding the event into a festival taking place over the first few weeks of December.

Where is La Superette?

All La Superette 2007 events are at chashama's Times Square location:

112 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036

Subway: 1, 2, 3, 7, A, C, E, N, R, Q to 42 St. Times Sq.
F to 42 St. Bryant Park

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Date: December 9, 2007
Subject: To our users

Many of you may not realize that we are a tiny, not-for-profit organization. Helen and I spend much of our time raising funds from government and private foundations to commission networked art. Our mission is to support both emerging and established artists.

There are very few resources for new media/networked art in the United States, which makes the process highly competitive. When we succeed, we are only entitled to use a very small percentage of the grants for server maintenance and administrative overhead, which translates into inadequate salaries for ourselves and our system administrator.

Our passion for the field has fueled our commitment for many years, but we can no longer sustain Turbulence, Networked Performance and Networked Music Review without your help. We hope you value them enough to help us keep them alive.

Please go to Turbulence ( and make a donation now.

Jo and Helen

Jo-Anne Green, Co-Director
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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: Rhizomer
Date: December 12, 2007
Subject: Panel with Marina Abramovic, Performance by TallBlondLadies

When Time Becomes Form
Panel Discussion, Dec. 15
Performance by TallBlondLadies, Dec. 18-22

Saturday, December 15, 2007, 3-5 p.m.

Public Program
Performing Life

What is real life in performance art today? How many lives can a performance have? Are virtual experiences comparable to live performance? What is the future of performance art? Please join us for a panel discussion inspired by these questions and the ongoing performance series When Time Becomes Form curated by Marina Abramovic
for Artists Space.

With panelists: Marina Abramovic, Emcee C.M., Master of None, Beate Zurwehme and Ana Prvacki Moderated by: Jovana Stokic

About the participants:

Born in Belgrade, New York-based Marina Abramovic has been producing seminal work in performance, film and video since the early 1970's. Using her body both as subject and medium, she has produced work independently as well as in collaboration with Ulay, who she worked with until 2000. She has received numerous awards and distinctions,
including The Golden Lion at the Biennale di Venezia in 1997.

Brooklyn-based Emcee C.M. is an emerging everyman nobody, a loving caricature of the worlds preoccupation with the questions of work and leisure. He received his MFA at the University of Connecticut in 2005 and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2007. He has presented numerous unofficial and collaborative projects in public spaces and is currently artist in residence at the Cue Art Foundation in Chelsea.

Beate Zurwehme from Frankfurt on the Main (Germany) is one of the highest profilized theoretical gender and politics experts in media arts. In 2005 Zurwehme's political installation artwork "PARIS / TEXAS" lead to ongoing hazardous situations in French capital's suburbs.

Born in Pancevo, Serbia, performance artist Ana Prvacki lives and works in Singapore and New York. In 2003, Prvacki founded Ananatural Production, an innovation and lifestyle consultancy that combines conceptual concerns, contemporary issues and various methods of communication. For more information visit

Belgrade born, New York-based art historian and critic Jovana Stokic is a Ph.D. candidate at the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University. She received her BA from the Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Art History at Belgrade University (Yugoslavia), and her MA from the Art History Department at the University of California,
Riverside. She is currently Curator of the Kimmel Center for University
Life, New York University.

When Time Becomes Form is an ongoing performance series of long-durational work curated by Marina Abramovic. The performance series grows from Artists Spaces commitment to experimentation across all art forms and recent efforts to return performance art to its central position within the gallery's activities and exhibitions. The
series consists of twelve distinct, but interrelated, durational performances, each created and presented by a different performance artist, all members of the Independent Performance Group (IPG). The series explores and questions issues of concentration, will power, and determination, and uses the gallery space for 6 hours during each day of its presentation.

December 18-22, 2007*
TBL (TallBlondLadies): Solidly Grounded
Opening Reception: Tuesday, December 18,
5 p.m.

Artists Space is pleased to present TBL (TallBlondLadies), a collaborative project between the artists Anna Berndtson (Sweden/Germany) and Irina Runge (Germany). This exhibition marks the third installment of the durational performance series When Time Becomes Form curated by Marina Abramovic. The duo will present Solidly
Grounded, a collection of three works, performed over five days for
five hours per day, in Artists Spaces main galleries.

TBL inverts female stereotypes through the composition of absurd and unexpected performative gestures, often incorporating a range of accoutrement from high-end fashion to sports gear. Their works present diametrically opposed concepts; beauty and grace are juxtaposed and diminished through brute action and athleticism, tacitly disrupting and challenging gender-based categorizations.

The three pieces to be included, Big Dip, Ascendant Landing, and Potential Fertility Rite, are distinct yet share the recurrent core elements of sound, rhythm, and form embodied through purposeful movement. The symbols of the Celtic knot, the line, and the Lemniscate (eternity sign) provide the foundation for each of their performances,
allowing for a poetic exploration of female tropes through notions of timelessness and the everyday.

*PLEASE NOTE: special gallery hours
Tuesday-Friday 5pm-10pm
Saturday 12pm-5pm

Additional support for TallBlondLadies: Solidly Grounded has been provided by Ledragomma (

Artists Space
38 Greene St. 3rd Fl, NY NY 10013

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