A program included in the Exploding Cinema exhibition of the IFFR98 about interactive cinema, with Michael Naimark (USA), Toni Dove (USA), Gloria Davenport (USA), Simon Penny (AUS), Diller & Scofidio (USA), moderated by John Wyver (GB).
The presentation of the Rotterdam Media Agenda.
Wiretap 4.04 was part of the ParaSounds series, part 2 explored Sounds of Silence.
A performance by Projekt Atol/Rastermusic.
The opening of the V2_Lab, designed by NOX, was opened by the Dutch Secretary of Culture Aad Nuis.
A three-day workshop at V2_, followed by a concert at Nighttown, a program initiated by Ben Schot and Ronald Cornelissen. I rip you, you rip me, which focused on the radical and psychedelic counterculture of Detroit in the late sixties, early ...
The second media art workshop in a series of four coined the term "irrelevant encounters."
With presentations by Paul Kaiser (US), Scott deLahunta (NL), Suzan Kozel (UK) and Kirk Woolford (US).
"Time's Up - Hypercompetition for Beginners" features "situation-machines" that relate biological mechanisms, perception and controle.
With presentations by Matthew Fuller (I/O/D), Graham Harwood (Mongrel), and a discussion by Rolf Pixley (Anomalous Research), moderated by Paul Perry.
Workshop, part of DEAF98.
DEAF98 Dutch Electronic Art Festival - The Art of the Accident
The digital dive was a space at DEAF98 for presentations and workshops about network projects.
The DEAF98 exhibition was entitled" The Art of the Accident".
The opening event of DEAF98 was theater/media performance evening by Diller+Scofidio with The Builders Association.
TransArchtectures consisted of an exhibition of large prints and videos at the Nederlands Architectuurinstituut, part of the DEAF98 festival.
Presentation of various media art projects at DEAF98.
A programme about the millenium bug.
Symposium of DEAF98 about "The Art of the Accident".
Presentation of the Nettime Readme book at DEAF98, including a panel discussion.