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Beth Elise Stryker <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 26 Oct 1994 01:00:23 -0400
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mix 94, NYC's gay and lesbian experimental film festival presents:
November 10-20
Anthology Film Archives
32 2nd Ave
An ongoing installation of interactive multimedia and queer digital media
Curated by Beth Stryker with Shu Lea Cheang
Sponsored by
Apple Computer, Inc.
Kinko's Copies
Additional support provided by Vanguard Media
Unveiling: Thursday November 10, 7pm
Artists introduce their works: Saturday November 12, 3pm, Courthouse Theater
Enter a cyber space-- a new frontier of expanded dimensions. The interior
of Anthology is transformed into an interactive playground where you can
adopt an identity of choice. Transracial, transsexual transmissions blur
borders between identities, bodie s, and new technologies. Cyberqueer
promises a supersensual and hypertextual ride, mapping out a virtual
landscape of desire.
New York On-Line will host a cyberqueer forum live on-line during the
festival. Like a jazz joint on the digital frontier, New York Online
attracts an intellectual and eclectic crowd; from hip-hop B-boys to techno
drag-queens, old school poets to new med ia wizards and young politicos to
aging cynics. The forum is an experimental site for discussion and debate
about digital queerness and technoculture. As mix unfolds we invite you
to expand the space of the forum, and enter a dialogue about the 1994 fes
tival program.
Featuring: In the Realm of Consensus video installation by baby maniac,
Solitaire: dream journal by Pamela Jennings, AIDS and the Native Community
by Russell Wallace, Typhoid Mary by Linda Dement, The Raven by
Konstantinos N. Karanikolas, Portraits of People Liv ing With AIDS by
Hazen Reed, Safe Sex by Barbara Hammer, Tuck-n-Roll by Jules Tortolani,
Six Questions by Erwin Redl, Alice, Bob, & Cindy by Clyde Dillard,
AIDSSTACK by Michael Tidmus, Condomsense by New York State Dept . of
Health, The Door by Mona Devestal, Nurture My Eye, Butts by Ursula
Endlicher, Queer by David Rauch, An/Aesthetic by James Barrett & Robin