"Next 5 Minutes 2: Tactical Media" was a conference-exhibition which took place in Amsterdam and Rotterdam.
An exhibition in the context of the N5M2 event, with works by Paul Garrin (US), Krzysztof Wodiczko (US/PL) and Knowbotic Research (DE/AT/CH).
Opening performances of N5M2 by Critical Art Ensemble (USA), Jennifer and Kevin McCoy (US), and Eric Hobijn (NL).
A conference on electronic networks and politics, consisting of three subevents: a presentation of electronic support-networks for Ex-Yugoslavia, a debate about media, and a presentation by Ingo Günther.
A triple program on media art with "Media Cafes and other Referential Environments", on tactical media and software agents with "Tactical Agents" and on identity, speech and immigrants with "The Projects of Krzysztof Wodiczko."
At the end of the Next 5 Minutes: Tactical Media conference, 30 media artists, curators and networkers from thirteen different European countries met at V2_Organisation in Rotterdam to launch a new initiative, the V2_East / Syndicate network.
A program, part of the Next 5 Minutes 2 conference, on themes of the body, nature, cyberfeminism and biotechnology.
Artists and architects' projects which deal with architectonic design in relation to computer networks, with Ted Krueger, Attila, Károly Tóth and Ole Bouman.
A lecture and performance program with Edwin van der Heide, Atau Tanaka and Zbigniew Karkowski. Performed was their work "SoundNET."
A program on the effects of imposed internet restrictions imposed, with Daniel J. Weitzner (US), Bert Mulder (NL), Karin Spaink (NL), Wim Wiegman (NL), and an invited group of Dutch internet provider representatives.
'The Feed', for Neal Stephenson, is the interactive access to all possible information. This Wiretap with Hans Heger (NL) presented the historical and technical backgrounds of the internet, as well as possible scenarios for the future with Daniël ...
A program with SIMIN (NL), Tony Brown (F/CDN), Jill Scott (AUS/D), Jan van der Starre (NL), Cornée Jacobs (NL) and Bartomeu Marí (NL).
DEAF96 Dutch Electronic Art Festival - Digital Territories
The Digital Dive in Theater Lantaren/Venster was DEAF96's public meeting place.
Exhibition of mostly interactive artworks, part of DEAF96.
Performance of the work "Ping Body" by Stelarc at DEAF96.
A performance by Sensorband.
A program about media art from Eastern Europe, part of DEAF96.
Panel discussions on the Internet and Media Art in Eastern Europe.
"Delocations 1: Digital History" was a working group, initiated by the Rotterdam Visual Arts Center, which investigated the relationship between words and images in digital media and the function of language in critical approaches to media history, ...