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Subject:

New Media Scotland - 3 new projects

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Iliyana Nedkova <[log in to unmask]>

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Curating digital art - www.newmedia.sunderland.ac.uk/crumb/

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Mon, 26 Nov 2001 14:41:54 +0000

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Dear all,

Just thought that some of you on the CRUMBS list may be interested to find
out more about a few of my recent curatorial projects for New Media
Scotland. Please, find some initial info below. Will appreciate your views
and comments.

Perhaps some of you will be able to join us at the premiere night of
Desktop Icons at CCA, Glasgow this Friday followed by the New
Media:Networks Conference the next day or later on at the Blind Date events.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Cheers,
-iliyana


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New Media Scotland presents:

Desktop Icons
a programme of short digital films curated by Iliyana Nedkova
7.00pm, 30 November, CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow
Tickets £4/£2.50 - CCA box office, 0141 352 4900
More information at http://www.mediascot.org

Desktop Icons will be launched as part of New Media: Networks Conference at
the CCA before touring to venues across the UK and Europe. Desktop Icons
features short digital films and videos by Scottish and international
artists, exploring the cross over of popular culture, media and new
creative technologies. Artists include Chris Cunningham (England), Kristin
Lucas (USA), Michael Maziere (England), Matt Hulse (Scotland), Phil Collins
(Northern Ireland), Richard Fenwick (England), Beagles and Ramsay
(Scotland), and many others from around the world. Desktop Icons is funded
by the Scottish Arts Council and supported by Anthony D'Offay Gallery,
London; Electronic Arts Intermix, New York; Media Arts Academy, Cologne;
Atelier Jeunes Cineastes, Brussels; Partizan Midi Minuit, Paris; Zenith
Publishing, Cambridge.

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01game+01application
artist's software by Torsten Lauschmann
Available for free download from http://host.mediascot.org

Torsten Lauschmann is interested in how our perceptions of media are
influenced by shifting contexts, in this case he has looked again at the
art of programming. Lauschmann's concerns around the twin strategies of
deconstruction and détournement are once more in evidence, but expressed
through software. The artist has created two applications available to
download as freeware. The first, 'Restart' from 1999, re-works the arcade
classic Space Invaders with a novel twist. Torsten has created a new
application, 'Diskompactor', specially for HOST. The software re-mixes any
audio CD placed in your computer's CD-ROM drive. 'Diskompactor' was funded
by Glasgow City Council and the Scottish Arts Council.

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Blind Date
Croatia/Scotland artists' exchange
5pm, 12 December, Collective Gallery, 22-28 Cockburn Street, Edinburgh
6pm, 13 December, Street Level, 26 King Street, Glasgow
More information at http://www.mediascot.org

In early 2001, 3 Scottish based artists: Kevin Kelly, Annemarie Copestake
and Karen Cunningham travelled to Croatia to undertake short residencies.
Each artist worked alongside a Croatian artist to produce work for
exhibition in 3 two-person shows at the Miroslav Kraljevic Gallery, Zagreb.
Two events celebrate the return visit by Croatian artists to Scotland,
featuring talks and presentations by the artists and curators involved in
the project. Copies of a beautiful full colour catalogue produced for the
exhibitions will be available. This cultural 'Blind Date' is a
collaboration between New Media Scotland and Miroslav Kraljevic Gallery
with the support of the British Council, the Ministry of Culture of the
Republic of Croatia, Collective Gallery and Street Level Photoworks.

New Media Scotland works nationally to enable arts activity shaped by new
technologies. We aim to support research and development in new media, and
to increase the number and quality of opportunities for artists in this
area. For further information, please contact:




Iliyana Nedkova
Associate Curator, Foundation for Art & Creative Technology (FACT)
Curator-in-residence, New Media Scotland

http://www.fact.co.uk           http://www.mediascot.org

New Media Scotland, P.O.Box 23434 Edinburgh EH7 5SZ, Scotland, UK

T: +44 (0) 131 477 3774         F: +44 (0) 131 477 3775
M: +44 (0) 772 006 1349         E: [log in to unmask]

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