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Subject:

Evolution 2002 : Leeds, UK

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Dennis Hopkins <[log in to unmask]>

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Dennis Hopkins <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 30 Sep 2002 21:52:02 +0100

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Dear List

As my first posting to this list I would like to introduce a festival which
gives a large part
of its energies to promoting critical discussion and debate around the
condition of art/technology
practice and in particular the processes and contexts for its creation.

I'm sure that many people on this list are familiar with E.A.T. and the work
of Bell Labs
engineer Billy Kluver. If anyone is within travelling distance to Leeds
please accept our
invitation to hear him speak and others reflecting on this important time in
art history.
This will form the centre of discussions, screenings and performances on the
10,11
and 12th October.

It's an important aim for Lumen to ensure that discussions are recorded and
made available.
PDF documents from last year's Evolution can be downloaded from Lumen's
website and
will be followed with further documents later this year.

Kind regards,

Dennis Hopkins



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E V O L U T I O N  2 0 0 2 : P R O C E S S
International Media Arts Festival
10th - 12th October 2002
Leeds, UK
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The Lumen website has been recently been updated with all the latest
information about the Evolution 2002 programme, a complete list of events,
venues, times and ticket bookings. The site also includes a comprehensive
list of resources, links, biographies and a selection of specially
commissioned essays written by some of the contributors to the festival.

www.lumen.net/evolution2002

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Confirmed contributors:

Wayne Ashley (Thundergulch, US)
Tom Betts (UK)
Kim Cascone (US)
David Cooper (Leeds University, UK)
Richard Chartier (US)
Gustav Deutsch (Austria)
David Ellis (UK)
Derek Hales (Huddersfield University, UK)
Drew Hemment (Futuresonic, Manchester, UK)
Billy Klüver (Experiments in Art and Technology, US)
Gregory Kurcewicz (Shoot, Shoot, Shoot, UK)
Maja Kuzmanovic (FoAM, Belgium)
Malcolm Le Grice (London Film Makers Co-op, UK)
Kitchen Motors (Iceland)
Luciana Parisi (University of East London, UK)
Powerbooks for Peace (UK)
Rachel Reupke (UK)
Vendor Refill (UK)
Dietmar Schwarzler (Sixpack Film, Austria)
Marcel Swiboda (Leeds University, UK)
John Thomson (Electronic Arts Intermix, US)
Tiziana Terranova (Essex University, UK)
Robert Whitman (Experiments in Art and Technology, US)

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The Evolution festival is produced and curated by Lumen.

Evolution is a strand of the Leeds International Film Festival and supported
by Leeds City Council and Leeds Leisure Services.

Evolution is supported by the Collaborative Arts Unit of the Arts Council of
England through the Connecting Art, Research, Science Initiative.

Evolution forms part of the West Yorkshire Digital Media Initiative funded
by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

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