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ANNOUNCEMENTS: May 7 & 8, 2005


Second Beijing International New Media Arts Exhibition and Symposium

English Web Site
Chinese Web Site

China Millennium Museum, Digital Gallery
June 21, 2005 – July 11, 2005, BEIJING, CHINA

With the resounding success of the First Beijing International New Media Arts Exhibition and Symposium in May of 2004, 2005 sees another stellar gathering of the international new media art community in Beijing. Under the auspices of Millennium Dialogue, and hosted by Tsinghua University, China’s leading educational and research university, co-presented by ZKM, Center for Art and Media Technology of Germany and V2_ Institute for Unstable Media of the Netherlands, in collaboration with Ars Electronica Center of Austria, NOVAMEDIA of Australia, NTT InterCommunication Center of Japan, Canada’s Banff, Medi@austria from Austria and New York Institute of Technology of the United States, the Second Beijing International New Media Arts Exhibition and Symposium takes to the Chinese capital a highly charged new media art exhibition revolving on the central theme – IN THE LINE OF FLIGHT.


The Goethe-Institut New York presents Transnational Viewing, a series of recent documentaries focusing on transnational migration by filmmakers from all over Europe. The screening is part of the Project Migration, a project initiative of the German Federal Cultural Foundation (Kulturstiftung des Bundes) in cooperation with DOMiT e.V. (Documentation Centre and Museum on Migration from Turkey) and the Kölnischer Kunstverein.

Goethe-Institut New York
1014 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10028

Tel: 212-439-8700


Diapason Gallery for Sound

"Spaced Out" and "Unentitled"

A two-part Sound Installation by Writer/Composer Bruce Andrews.
Performances at 8 pm all three nights involving improvising musicians and experimental poetic language "edited live"

Line-up for May 7:

Jim Staley — trombone
David Weinstein — electronics, keyboards
Michael Lytle — woodwinds
Dan Evans Farkas —electro-acoustic feedback
Seth Nehil — playback devices
Damon Holzborn — electronics
Bruce Andrews — language, edited live

Saturdays 3PM - 10PM (performance at 8)
May 7, 14, 21

Diapason Gallery
1026 Sixth Avenue, # 2S New York
(between 38th & 39th Street)
subway: F, N, R, W, Q, 1, 2, 3 to 42nd Street


Le Petit Versailles Garden Season 2005
346 East Houston Street (Avenues B & C)
F / V trains to Second Ave. Walk east on HOUSTON St. or J / M trains to
Delancey. Walk northeast to HOUSTON St.
Rain or Shine. FREE or voluntary donation. 212 529 8815

May 7 & 8 Saturday / Sunday is the opening weekend of our season at Le
Petit Versailles.
We invite you to join us for Exquisite Corpse produced by Rachel
Readings with Shelley Marlow & Rachel Levitsky,
In-person presentation of History Lessons with Barbara Hammer,
Screenings celebrating Global Super 8 Day - 40th anniversary of Super
8mm film and much more.
The garden will open at 6pm both days.
Visit our website for more details!

Our zine PLOT is now available at Printed Matter and the website.
We are also pleased to announce support from The Trust for Public Land
and a Citizens for NYC Wachovia Better Neighbourhood grant.


Verstreute Momente der Konzentration
Urbane und digitale Raeume
PHOENIX Halle Dortmund, Germany
May 14 - July 17, 2005

A project of Hartware MedienKunstVerein
In the framework of medien_kunst_netz dortmund

curated by
Inke Arns

Friday, May 13, 2005, 7 p.m.

Live Act
Daniel Pflumm, Kotai (elektro music department, Berlin)

Opening hours
Wed 11 - 17
Thu - Sun 11 - 20
closed on Monday and Tuesday
(open on Whit Monday, May 16, 2005, 11-20)

Exhibition venue
PHOENIX Halle Dortmund
Hochofenstr. / Ecke Rombergstr.
Dortmund-Hoerde (NO postal address!)