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Re: new media at the BBC

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Mike Stubbs <[log in to unmask]>

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Mike Stubbs <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 5 Feb 2010 08:05:12 +0000

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dont give him more airspace
remmber he is clever at social media
nowt like controversy........

m
Mike Stubbs
Director/CEO
FACT
88 Wood Street
Liverpool L1 4DG

+ 44 (0) 151 707 4444
+ 44 (0) 7876 560657

www.fact.co.uk
skype name: mikestubbs45




On 5 Feb 2010, at 00:29, marc garrett wrote:

> Hi Sarah & all,
>
> The irony here is that, Will's post probably did our shared practice  
> a favour as mentioned by one individual on the bbc blog. I am going  
> away now to Transmediale, my first time believe it or not...
>
> I wish to thank your good self, and everyone else for all the  
> 'personal' posts in response the post below. Typically, I have not  
> had the time to get back to everyone, and there are lots - which is  
> extremely reassuring. So, next week I will reply to all emails  
> personally and discuss how things can move on.
>
> Much thanks, and chat soon :-)
>
> marc
>> hi all
>>
>> Marc, as you know, you can count me in. You can count me in on  
>> anything you guys get up to, and this project sounds especially up  
>> CRUMB's alley.
>>
>> As for Will's blog post, I have posted a comment there, and  
>> suggested that for his first (remedial) lesson in net art history  
>> he could reassemble the material the BBC commissioned and hosted  
>> about 'art for networks' which Simon Pope initiated. :-)
>>
>> sarah
>>
>>
>> On 4 Feb 2010, at 12:40, marc garrett wrote:
>>
>>> Hi all,
>>>
>>> This is as good as time as any, to let you know about a project  
>>> that we are currently engaged with called 'Hyperlink'.
>>>
>>> Hyperlink, is about collaborating with journalists, curators,  
>>> editors who are directly involved in mainstream arts practice.
>>>
>>> The aim of the project is to create 'real' opportunities in  
>>> bringing about change in the mainstream art arena, in seeing media  
>>> arts as part of a more widening creative field - as part of a  
>>> larger and dynamic and fascinating creative discourse that all can  
>>> observe as art.
>>>
>>> - We will be sharing responsibilities of selection with mainstream  
>>> curators from private galleries and public galleries, in co- 
>>> curating exhibitions.
>>>
>>> - We will be holding panel discussions at art fairs and festivals  
>>> such as Frieze about specific artworks, and considering such works  
>>> as already accepted within a widening arts culture.
>>>
>>> - We will be collaborating with writers from various magazines  
>>> such as Art Monthly, AN, Time Out, Frieze and more, who frequently  
>>> write about more traditional forms of art.
>>>
>>> - We will be going to media arts festivals with mainstream arts  
>>> curators and writers/academics, choosing artworks to be shown back  
>>> in the UK.
>>>
>>> - We are already holding a radio discussion about the subject of  
>>> mainstream art and connected cultures, and the idea of bringing  
>>> about the inclusion of media arts into this potentially widening  
>>> field, on the radio at 'FUTURITY NOW!' at Transmediale between  
>>> 11-1 pm Sunday 7th, on Hausradio  station melt.
>>>
>>> - We already have a meeting when we get back from Transmediale  
>>> with various curators, writers from mainstream arts organisations,  
>>> to discuss how to move things on.
>>>
>>> - We will be choosing an artwork or artworks from ISEA, to come  
>>> back to the UK to been seen by a mixture of media art audiences as  
>>> well as those outside of media art contexts, encouraging debate  
>>> and interest in media art culture, in a way that focuses on the  
>>> work and its multi-related values and informed approaches,  
>>> concepts and contextual influences.
>>>
>>> If, there is anyone here who is genuinely interested in actively  
>>> being part of breaking down this divide, between traditional arts  
>>> and media arts. And is interested in sharing with us the journey  
>>> in making such a thing happen, please contact us - we are serious  
>>> and dedicated in pushing things forward - please contact - [log in to unmask] 
>>>  or Ruth Catlow at [log in to unmask]
>>>
>>> There are various ways we can help each other creating significant  
>>> changes beyond what we have now ...
>>>
>>>
>>> wishing you all well.
>>>
>>> marc
>>>
>>> A living, breathing, thriving networked neighbourhood...
>>>
>>> We are on Twitter
>>> http://twitter.com/furtherfield
>>>
>>> Other reviews/articles/interviews
>>> http://www.furtherfield.org/reviews.php
>>>
>>> Furtherfield - online media arts community, platforms for creating,
>>> viewing, discussing and learning about experimental practices at the
>>> intersections of art, technology and social change.
>>> http://www.furtherfield.org
>>>
>>> HTTP Gallery - physical media arts Gallery (London).
>>> http://www.http.uk.net
>>>
>>> Netbehaviour - an open email list community engaged in the process  
>>> of
>>> sharing and actively evolving critical approaches, methods and ideas
>>> focused around contemporary networked media arts practice.
>>> http://www.netbehaviour.org
>>>
>>> Furtherfield Blog - shared space for personal reflections on media  
>>> art
>>> practice.
>>> http://blog.furtherfield.org
>>>
>>> VisitorsStudio - real-time, multi-user, online arena for creative  
>>> 'many
>>> to many' dialogue, networked performance and collaborative polemic.
>>> http://www.visitorsstudio.org/x.html
>>>
>>> Furthernoise -  an online platform for the creation, promotion,
>>> criticism and archiving of innovative cross genre music and sound  
>>> art
>>> for the information & interaction of the public and artists alike.
>>> http://www.furthernoise.org
>>

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