Knitted Europe

Workshop at DEAF03.

Knitted Europe

Knitted Europe: Nicola Triscott and Rob la Frenais

27
 
Feb 2003
 
13:00 to 18:00
location: Goethe-Institut, Westersingel 9

Knitted Europe will showcase a range of best practice projects that are part of European programs like Culture 2000 and the Information Society Technologies Program (I.S.T.) that promote collaboration between European art institutes and cultural organisations. These consortia will present either work in progress or recently finished projects and share their experiences with the audience. These projects are Realtime and Presence, MIR -- Microgravity Interdisciplinary Research, Code Zebra and Virtual Media Centre. A representative of the European Committee will comment on these programmes and four institutes will then present their projects and discuss the results with the audience. Dutch representatives of the programmes will discuss the chances for European collaboration in the future. Knitted Europe supported by the Goethe Institut Rotterdam.

Presented projects

Code Zebra (Sara Diamond and Lizbeth Goodman)
exStream (Angela Plohman)
Interfacing Realities (Alex Adriaansens, Boudewijn Ridder)
MIR (Nicola Triscott, Rob La Frenais)
Playing Field (Claud Biemans)
Realtime & Presence (Thomas Dumke)
world-information.org (Eric Kluitenberg, Marleen Stikker)

EG-Liaison, 6th Framework (Peter van Poortvliet)

Discussion with the participants, Yvette Gielis (Sica, Service Center for International Cultural Activities) and Christian Bauer (Bauer und Freunde)

Moderation: Anne Nigten

 

Dutch text / Nederlands

Knitted Europe presenteert een reeks ‘best-practice’-projecten die deel uitmaken van Europese subsidieprogramma’s als Culture 2000 en het Information Society Technologies Program (I.S.T. Een vertegenwoordiger van de Europese Commissie zal deze programma’s nader toelichten, waarna een viertal instellingen hun projecten presenteren en de resultaten voorleggen aan het publiek. Nederlandse vertegenwoordigers van de programma’s zullen nader ingaan op de mogelijkheden voor Europese samenwerking in de toekomst. Knitted Europe wordt ondersteund door het Goethe Instituut te Rotterdam.

 

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