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Subject:

Electrohype 2004-Conference, Malmo, Sweden, Nov 28 -29

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Lars Gustav Midboe <[log in to unmask]>

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Lars Gustav Midboe <[log in to unmask]>

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Electrohype 2004 - Conference, Malmö, Sweden, November 28 and 29

Electrohype is organizing a two day conference with following theme:
Experimental electronic art in the Nordic region
  - recent history and current conditions

A topic that has been frequently discussed the past years is the
conditions for the electronic art in the Nordic countries. If you
look at this topic from the perspective of the Nordic "gold age" in
electronic art in the 60s to the 80s, there are certain peculiar
features. Back then artists from other countries came to Scandinavia
to participate in the experiments performed with art and technology.
The environment was playful and new and exiting art was created.
Today the situation is the opposite, Nordic artists are traveling
abroad to Germany, USA and Canada to find a creative environment and
opportunity to exhibit their art.

The aim of this conference is to draw historical lines and look for
specific causes that might have influenced this development.
Furthermore we will in a contemporary perspective investigate if
there are specific questions that we can focus on. Questions that
might give answers to how we can provide a good and durable
environment for contemporary electronic art.

Note that the conference has a maximum of 100 participants and that
the conference will be held in English. Last date for registration is
November 18th 2004.

Day one will be dedicated to the recent history of electronic art.
The discussion will focus on prominent similarities and differences
between the Nordic countries regarding electronic art. The day will
conclude with a guided tour in the exhibition Electrohype 2004 in
Malmö Konsthall.

Day two will deal with the current conditions for those who are
working with electronic and computer based art today. The aim is to
look at the current situation for artists, institutions and
organizations. The day will conclude with a longer panel and open
discussion.

The persons invited to give talks and presentations at the conference
have all key positions  in the various fields of electronic art. They
also represent a wide range of disciplines within the genre itself.
Artists, theorists, as well as representatives from institutions and
organizations. Fore more info about lecturers mentioned below will
bee available on our web site.

Torsten Ridell (Sweden) artist
Lars-Gunnar Bodin (Sweden) artist/composer
Jeremy Welsh (England/Norway) artist /professor of visual art
Søren Pold (Denmark) associate professor
Norman T. White (Canada) artist/teacher

Perttu Rastas (Finland) senior media art curator
Martin Pingel (Denmark) artist/ head of education program
Magnus Wassborg/Tore Nilsson (Sweden) artists
Trond Lossius (Norway) artist/researcher/composer
Lars Gustav Midbøe/Anna Kindvall (Norway/Sweden) curators/organizers

Preliminary list for the panel discussion:
Søren Krogh (Kulurnet Danmark)
Göran Christensson ( Malmö Konstmuseum)
Trond Lossius (Bergen Art Academy /PNEK)

Additional participants will be invited for the panel discussion.

Moderator for the conference: Björn Östlund.

The Conference will be held at former premises of
"Teaterrestaurangen" at the Malmö Opera, Östra Rönneholmsvägen 20.
(200 m from Malmö Konsthall). Lunch will be served at the grand foyer
of the Malmö Opera.

Registration can be done by electronic form on Electrohype website
http://www.electrohype.org/


Questions regarding the conference can be directed to Nicolas Hansson
He can be reached by telephone (direct number) +46 (0)736433014
Electrohype office can be reached at + 46 (0) 40 780 20
Via e-mail [log in to unmask]

Conference fee:
700 Sek for two days including lunch and coffe.
500 SEK for students, including lunch and coffe*

*This rate also applies for practicing artists.

If you wish to participate at the conference but without lunch, a
reduced price can be obtained by contacting Nicolas Hansson. Although
we recommend a full booking since lunch is at absolute self cost
price.


best regards
Electrohype
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