10.02.2016 Corinne Whitaker Matador Review Whitaker's digital paintings and poetry are featured in the Fall issue of ...
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Marc Garrett 21.10.2016 Soviet or Internet - Cyberneticists in Hell | Baruch Gottlieb reviews Benjamin Peters' How Not to Network a Nation: The Uneasy History of the Soviet Internet, The MITPress, 2016 - http://bit.ly/2dqngBU
In Benjamin Peters’ “How not to Network a Nation” we learn that the USSR had the engineers with the technical knowhow and capacity to construct national computer networks of scale. Indeed, the Soviet military had such a network already in the 60s, but the question Peters wants to ask is why the USSR did not develop a ‘civilian’ computer network akin to the Internet we know and love today. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10154455365336113&set=gm.927776823995724&type=3
Caterina Davinio 15.10.2016 Dear friends of the group, here some info about two of my books (in English) a meeting in Italy. Thank-you for your attention. CD
Caterina Davinio among Linear Poetry, Digital Poetry and Photography: a Trip.
Premiere presentation, with readings, screenings and discussions, of the book "Rumors & Motors" (with parallel English text, Campanotto Publisher), which contains a wide selection of digital poetry created by the author from 1990 to 2010, with three introductory essays by Jorge Luiz Antonio, Francesco Muzzioli, and Lamberto Pignotti, three of the major avant-garde experts.
During the meeting, the recent volume of poetry and photography "Aliens on safari" (parallel English text, Robin & Sons Publisher, 2016, Foreword by Francesco Muzzioli, Note by David W. Seaman) will be also presented: it collects experiences from some author's trips to Africa, India, Nepal, South America and Europe.
It is available in Italy and abroad as e-book and paperback:
Caterina Davino (Foggia, 1957) after graduating in Italian Literature she worked in the field writing and new media as an artist, a curator and a theorist, and she is one of the pioneers of digital poetry in Italy. Her work has been exhibited in Europe, Asia, the Americas, Australia, in hundreds of exhibitions, including seven editions of the Venice Biennale and collateral events, where she also collaborated as a curator, the Biennials of Sydney, Lyon, Athens, Merida, Liverpool, Hong Kong and many others.
Among her numerous publications, three novels: Color Color (1998), The Sofa on the Rails (2013), Sensibìlia (2015); non-fiction: Techno-Poetry and Virtual Realities (parallel English text, 2002) and Virtual Mercury House: Planetary & Interplanetary Events, about electronic poetry (parallel English trext, 2011); several award-winning volumes of poetry, such as: Serial Phenomenologies (with parallel English text, 2010), The Book of Opium (2012), Waiting for the End of the World (parallel English text, 2012), Despicable Facts: Poetry and Performance from 1971 to 1996 (2015), Aliens on Safari (parallel English text, 2016), Rumors & Motors (parallel English text, 2016, digital poetry).
Presentation by Alberto Mori.
The meeting is organized by Circolo Poetico Correnti in collaboration with Comitato di Studi Mara Soldi Maretti and C.S.C. Writing Center Cr.Se and has the Patronage of the Municipality of Acquanegra Cr.se.
APPOINTMENT on Sunday, October 23, 2016 - 05:30 PM - Sala Civica, Piazza delle Arti 5 , Acquanegra Cr.se - Italy
Davinio Art Electronics
Via Sassi 10
23900 LECCO (LC) Italy
José Ramón Alcalá 15.10.2016 Thank you so much for admitting me! I am so proud to be part of this important group. Greetings to all the members.
Fernando Collantes 14.10.2016 Dear all: From MideCiant and CAAC Cuenca we are pleased to announce the publication of CAAC Catalogue, edited by José Ramón Alcalá and Vicente Jarque, assisted by Beatriz Escribano and designed by Hector Morejon. You have all the info in this news (Spanish and English) at our webpage: http://bit.ly/2dZt5wd and you can buy it through UCLM Publication Department: http://bit.ly/2dGPhZ6 or through Amazon. Hope you like it! http://bit.ly/2dZt5wd
Barbara Flueck-Iger 14.10.2016 The new Timeline of Historical Film Colors is online!
Tagged, searchable, well organized!
Here's an introduction to all the new features:
Please spread the word! http://zauberklang.ch/filmcolors/
Holger Schulze 12.10.2016 What happened to the so-called “Third Spaces”? When was the last time you indulged in an experience of a “Heterotopia”? How can we grasp the fabric of “Non-Places”, or “In-Between Places”?
Call for Paper for a symposion in June 2017 at the University of Copenhagen in collaboration with the Centre for Transcultural Studies at Heidelberg University (hint: you can also do Audio Papers! 😜): http://www.soundstudieslab.org/cfp-out-of-space/
Jason Bernagozzi 10.10.2016 Here we go again! Signal Culture is now accepting applications for our Artist, Researcher and Toolmaker in Residence programs for the Spring/Summer 2017 season.
Applications are due by November 20th @ 11:59pm EST.
Which residency is right for you?
You can find the application and instructions at