JavaMuseum has the pleasure to a bunch of excellent netart features in the framework of NewMediaFest2007 1. Seven Way to Say Internet Through Netart feature curated by Elena Giulia Rossi (Rome/Italy) including works by http://www.javamuseum.org/blog/?page_id=42 2. a+b=ba? [art + blog = blogart] feature curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne including 26 blogs going in competition to each other http://www.javamuseum.org/blog/?page_id=41 3.
Call for proposals deadline 31 October 2007 JavaMuseum- Forum for Internet Technology in Contemporary Art www.javamuseum.org – is looking for Internet based art (netart) for a series of features starting in November 2007 on occasion of NewMediaFest2007. In this framework, the first of these features will become the third exhibition component besides the shows -“Seven Ways for Saying Internet with
JavaMuseum announces the 1st show curated by an external curator, and is proud that Elena Julia Rossi from Rome/Italy is preparing this show, entitled: Seven Ways for Saying Internet with Net Art as one of the two JavaMuseum contributions to NewMediafest2007 .
The planned shows on JavaMuseum a+b=ba? [art + blog=blogart] and a featured netart show curated by Elena Julia Rossi (Rome/Italy) will be launched in the context of NewMediaFest2007 the 1st common festival of [NewMediaArtProjectNetwork]:||cologne. Start 1 November 2007
Call for proposals extended deadline 31 July 2007 ——————————- a + b = ba ? [art + blog = blogart?] JavaMuseum – is starting its 2nd phase by publishing on open call focussing on the question whether blogs and/or blogging can be tools for creating a new type of net based art. The launch of this new project in September
Welcome to the new year 2007! It will be the year of the rebirth of JavaMuseum on 1 January 2007 and its relaunch during the next six month, including the announced re-structuration. In short, a new open call will be released and new activities for 2007 and beyond announced.
JIP – JavaMuseum Interview Project released until now interviews and answers on the open-call-questions by Babel (Canada), Andrea Polli (USA), Jorn Ebner (UK), Roberto Echen (Argentina), Jeremy Hight (USA), Ian Page-Echols (USA), Humberto Ramirez (Chile/USA), Enrico Tomaselli (Italy) Carlos Katastrofsky (Austria), Paivi Hintsanen (Finland) Shankar Barua (India), Luke Duncalfe (New Zealand) FilH (France), Nadja Kutz (Germany), Yvonne Martinsson (Sweden), Avi
JavaMuseum Forum for Internet Technology in Contemporary Art http://www.javamuseum.org/ proudly announces the launch of JIP – JavaMuseum Interview Project on its new site – http://jip.javamuseum.org/