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4 December 2004, 10-6
The penultimate seminar in the hothaus series will look at the
physical and virtual properties of space, exploring the notion of the
interface. Presentations will explore the spatial characteristics of the
internet, developments and uses of online literature, locative media
and the impacts of video in the everyday.
Anthony Auerbach - Video as urban condition
Bill Fontana - Simultaneity of sound in the natural and man made
Mark Hancock - Expanded Literature – Writing Beyond the Page
Drew Hemment - Curating mobile media
Janet Vaughan - Are theatre-makers natural net-artists?
The chair is Martin Rieser (co-editor of The New Screen Media
To reserve a place, or for further information, please call 0121 233
4061, or email [log in to unmask]
Venue: Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, University of Central
England, Bournville, Birmingham
Cost: £30/20/10 (orgs/indivs/concs) including lunch
The hothaus series is a collaboration between Vivid and University of
Central England. The proceedings from the seminars will be
published in 2005.
The hothaus series has received support from Arts Council England.
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