you might find some interest in your project on the webartery list where
they are discussing a similar project.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Matvey S." <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2001 5:30 AM
Subject: Re: net art guides
> Hi all
> Let me introduce my self, my name is Silvia Cabib, I'm an artist, very
> interested in net-art, not doing my net-art yet, but looking and reading a
> lot .
> Thinking about how to curate net-art seems to me like the only place where
> is right to show and see net-art is on the net, I' have been thinking
> how to make a list to answer this need for some kind of centralization of
> the information, if possible.
> If anyone of you would be interested in thinking or doing such list I'll
> happy to do it together.
> I see my self free to invite you to this online performance, the only
> I know abut is I have got this invitation by email.
> Regards. Silvia
> "stay (tuned)," an online/offline media performance by Marlene Corcoran
> with Kari Banta as "sound" and Antoinette LaFarge as "Stage.Hand" and
> Information and instructions on how to join us online:
> Or join us live at the intermediale festival: ART HAPPENS!
> 7 p.m. (7:30 p.m. online) MET (Daylight Germanic Time, as it were)
> that's noon (12:30 online) EST (you can never check this often enough)
> Friday 30 March 2001
> Alte Patrone, Am Judensand 63
> Mainz, Germany
> What is music without sound?
> PART ONE, "starsong," draws on poetry, dance, American Sign Language and
> video. Streaming video will be available at the website above as of 15
> April 2001.
> PART TWO, "The Gallbladder Sonata," is a strictly textual performance.
> This new version will be performed live on the internet on PMC MOO, and
> projected onto a large screen in the theater in Mainz. The cast will be
> joined by unpredictable online guests--and, we hope, by you.
> (What time did you say it was?)