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Peter Lunenfeld <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 6 Nov 2002 01:12:05 -0800
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EYEBEAM ANNUAL ONLINE FORUM
The (Re) Structured Screen: Conversations on the New Moving Image
November 11  December 13, 2002
www.eyebeam.org/restructuredscreen

Eyebeam, the not-for-profit organization dedicated to art and technology,
will host its fifth annual online forum entitled The (Re) Structured Screen:
Conversations On The New Moving Image, a critical dialogue organized by
Eyebeam's Moving Image Division, in conjunction with its academic partner,
The Integrated Media Program at Cal Arts.

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The (Re) Structured Screen will bring together a wide range of
internationally renowned participants including artists, critics, academics,
technologists, media activists, curators, film producers, editors,
animators, and directors. Participants include:

* Ann Barlow, curator, NewMuseum
*  John Pilson, artist
* Jeremy Blake, artist
* Jem Cohen, filmmaker
* Pat O'Neill, filmmaker
* Chrissie Iles, curator,Whitney
* Steve Hamilton, editor
* Peter Lunenfeld, Art Center College of Design
* Matthew Ritchie, artist
* Brian Drolet, Free Speech TV
* Lori Zippay, director, Electronic Arts Intermix
* Kyle Cooper, Imaginary Forces

Web site

A web site designed for the forum will be used to encourage the public to
participate and interact with the panelists. In addition to the forum, this
web site will include interviews with Eija-Liisa Ahtila, artist and
filmmaker, Scott Ross of Digital Domain; Tom Tykwer, Director of Run Lola
Run; and, filmmaker, Harun Farocki. The site will also include essays by Lev
Manovich, Assoc. Prof. of New Media at UCSD; Marc Lafia, artist / filmmaker
and founder of ArtandCulture.com; Norman Klein, critical theorist; and Geert
Lovink, writer and media activist.


Artist "Interventions"

Eyebeam and Cal Arts have commissioned four artistic interventions to be
created in tandem with the online forum. These artistic gestures utilize the
web as their medium and will illustrate the various topics discussed in the
forum. The works of artists Yucef Merhi, Marina Zurkow, Carole Kim and Jesse
Gilbert, ENTROPY8zuper!, and Fakeshop will be featured weekly on the site.

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