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CALIT2 atacking the Mexican Presidency

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Juan Antonio Ruiz Zwollo"
Sent: Sunday, May 14, 2006 9:12 PM
Subject: CALIT2 atacking the Mexican Presidency

> Dear Sirs.:
>
> It has come to our attention that a site hosted on your servers is
> instigating an attack on the web-site of the Mexican Presidency
> (presidencia.gob.mx).
>
> The attack is orchestrated through this URL:


Scarecrow at Postmasters, NYC

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"Scarecrow"
curated by David Hunt
May 25 - June 8, 2006

Sarah Bednarek
Jane Benson
Jesse Bercowetz & Matt Bua
Jan Bünnig
David Kennedy Cutler
Dana Frankfort
Daniel Gordon
David Herbert
Duron Jackson
Rashid Johnson
Chris Larson

Postmasters Gallery is pleased to present "Scarecrow", a group exhibition curated by David Hunt. The exhibition will open on May 25 and will be on view until July 8. The opening reception scheduled for Thursday, May 25, between 6 and 8 pm will include a performance by Duron Jackson beginning at 7.30 pm.


gh_news_004

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The good news just keeps on coming I may turn into a preacher. ;-)

NYFA (The New York Foundation for the Arts) has an interesting online magazine called NYFA Current.
http://nyfa.org

Their magazine features refreshingly straight talk about art and artists’ projects. Short, sweet and eminently readable, they asked me to write a piece for their Rants & Raves section.
http://www.nyfa.org/level3.asp?id=476&fid=6&sid=17 the piece will only be up for two weeks.


The challenges of curating net art

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The challenges of curating net art - an international web conference

Friday, May 26, 3:30 - 5 PM EST.

This web conference is presented within the framework of the local
Upgrade!-meeting in Sofia and is hosted by the Mobile Studios project http://www.mobile-studios.org and Eyebeam http://www.eyebeam.org in New York. A panel of international artists and curators is meeting up virtually to discuss various aspects of the mediation, curation and funding of net art.


THING Editions Open House May 13 - 20

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Noritoshi Hirakawa


THING EDITIONS OPEN HOUSE
MAY 13 - MAY 20, 2006
RECEPTION: MAY 13, 2006, 4 PM - 7 PM
125 MAIDEN LANE, 10TH FLOOR (bring photo ID)
NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10038

Works by:
Jan Baracz, Christoph Draeger, Peter Fend, Rainer Ganahl,
Amy Granat & Olivier Mosset, Noritoshi Hirakawa, Simone Huelser,
Joerg Lohse, Daniel Pflumm, Wolfgang Staehle, Caspar Stracke, Beat Streuli.

More info at http://editions.thing.net

For more information or to make an appointment contact editions (at) thing.net or call Gisela Ehrenfried at 917 362 1844.

Swing Space at 125 Maiden Lane provided by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Thank you!


Popbitch is 300!

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Our guilty email pleasure even though we have no idea who they're talking about half the time we like the jodi.orgish banner:

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Popbitch is 300! Celebrate with us tonight, 11 May,
at Tribeca Grand, New York, (Church & White St).
DJs include Erol Alkan from Trash, London and
special guests. 10pm-late. Hurry and email
for guest list: events@tribecagrand.com


Halliburton Solves Global Warming

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May 9, 2006 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: mailto:EPDU@halliburtoncontracts.com
Photos: http://www.halliburtoncontracts.com/EPDU/

HALLIBURTON SOLVES GLOBAL WARMING SurvivaBalls save managers from abrupt climate change

An advanced new technology will keep corporate managers safe even when climate change makes life as we know it impossible.

"The SurvivaBall is designed to protect the corporate manager no matter what Mother Nature throws his or her way," said Fred Wolf, a Halliburton representative who spoke today at the Catastrophic Loss conference held at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Amelia Island, Florida. "This technology is the only rational response to abrupt climate change," he said to an attentive and appreciative audience.


jodi.org at EAI May 10

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Max Payne Cheats Only: Demo and Q&A
Wednesday, May 10, 2006
6:30 pm
Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI)
535 West 22nd Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10011

EAI and Rhizome present renowned digital artists jodi.org in a rare public demonstration of their latest video game modifications, Max Payne Cheats Only. The work is a series of "cheats": alterations to the behavior of a video game that are often built in by the original programmers to help players who have reached an impasse. jodi.org has compiled cheats from the ultra-violent New York vigilante game, Max Payne. Their live demonstration will be followed by an in-depth discussion and question and answer session hosted by media art curator Caitlin Jones.
http://maxpaynecheatsonly.jodi.org/


Digit Media Festival call

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I've been involved with this for a couple of years. It started out as a a film festival but I've been pushing to turn it into a new media festival. For the film festival you have to send in your video with a 25 dollar fee. There's also a call for new media proposals which is free. The cool events will be at the Roebling Bridge for sound art and Bethel Woods Art Center (the old woodstock hippie site). we're calling this Podstock.


gh_news_002

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Sound Art is everywhere these days. Peter Sinclair and his experimental soundlab Locus Sonus have a video up on the web called Audio Geo.
http://nujus.net:8000/locus/perfLS0406.mp4 I'm trying to get Locus Sonus over here for the Digit Festival in August.
http://www.artsalliancesite.org/ The grant forms are in and we are keeping our fingers crossed.

MTAA has a podcast blog called To Be Listened To...


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