Netart features on NewMediaFest2007

/ November 1, 2007

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 2. a+b=ba? [art + blog = blogart] feature curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne including 26 blogs going in competition to each other 3.

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call: netart wanted!!

/ September 5, 2007

Call for proposals deadline 31 October 2007 JavaMuseum- Forum for Internet Technology in Contemporary Art – 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

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ann: Seven Ways for Saying Internet with Net Art

/ August 26, 2007

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 .

ann: 2 JavaMuseum shows

/ August 23, 2007

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: a + b = ba?

/ January 16, 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

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Happy New Year 2007!

/ December 31, 2006

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.

Interviews so far….. (updated)

/ December 31, 2006

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

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JIP – Interview Project

/ September 4, 2006

JavaMuseum Forum for Internet Technology in Contemporary Art proudly announces the launch of JIP – JavaMuseum Interview Project on its new site –