Presented in the context of the IFFR 1995, this program launched the new website for the IFFR, and presented "New Perspectives" by Tamás Waliczky, a software that makes a film viewable on a computer from different perspectives.
"Sanctus, the Profaned Body" was performed by Kònic Thtr, during Wiretap 1.02.
Focused on Stefaan Decostere's 1995 same-titled film, this program looks at the relationship between body and technology in the 1990s.
This program focuses on television, CD-ROMs, media art and technology, presenting the project "PING", "PUUR BEELD EN GELUID: TAPE THIS! WATCH THIS! STEAL THIS!" and "O.T.S."
A program on on the possibilities for new ways of literature in the electronic age by Louis Stiller (NL), with Jules Marshall (GB) and Gerard Unger (NL).
Knowbotic Research + cF (BRD) with "Dialogue with the Knowbotic South" and Christian Ziegler (BRD) with "Improvisation Technologies".
During this Wiretap, three art projects were presented: "Crossings" by Stacey Spiegel/Rodney M. Hoinkes, "The File Room" by Antonio Muntadas/Paul Brenner and "The Meeting Point" by Hermen Maat.
The second program in the 220V series, "220V Electro Clips" featured "Interfacing Realities", a conference about architecture and interfaces, and Christian Möller's installation "The Party Effect."
In Arthur Elsenaar's performance "Ontvanger", the sounds of a radiostation controlled the muscles of the artist's facial expressions.
Within the "220V Electro Clips" event, a conference on Architecture and Interfaces with Manuel DeLanda (USA), Greg Lynn (USA), NOX (NL), Christian Möller (D), and Louis-Philippe Demers (CDN), moderated by Bart Lootsma (NL).
With presentations by Heath Bunting (GB) and Jane Prophet (GB) with her project "TechnoSphere."
Presentations and performances with composers Richard Barrett (GB) and Victor Wentinck (NL), the premiere of "Memory Drums" by LOOS (NL), and interludes by dj Alien Q (NL).
Seminar program in preparation of DEAF95.
DEAF95 Dutch Electronic Art Festival - Interfacing Realities
Exhibition of four WWW-projects, part of DEAF95.
Exhibition of (interactive) artworks, part of DEAF95.
A lecture-presentation of LiSa by Michel Waisvisz (NL), assisted by Joel Ryan (GB/NL).
Music program, part of DEAF95.
Performance by Granular~Synthesis (AU).