:: Monday, September 12, 2005 ::

Dear Readers,

Net Art Review is no longer active. The site will stay online as an archive for the benefit of online communities. We thank you for making this site possible.

There is a new site being launched this month of September, you can visit it now at http://newmediafix.net. NewmediaFIX will be picking up where NAR left off.

Thank you once again.

Eduardo Navas

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:: Friday, September 02, 2005 ::
Dear readers,

Net Art Review will be taking a few days off. We will be back on the 10th of this month. In the meantime, enjoy the current features.

Have a great end of summer.

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:: Wednesday, August 31, 2005 ::
First International City of Vinaròs Award for Digital LiteratureFirst International City of Vinaròs Award for Digital Literature

Vinaròs city council and the Open University of Catalonia, through its Hermeneia research group, have created the International City of Vinaròs Award for Digital Literature. This award looks to catalyse the creation of digital literature, its recognition and broadcast. It is open to writers working in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, Portuguese or Italian. Work can be submitted from the first week of May until September 8.

Barcelona, 05/05/2005
The International City of Vinaròs Award for Digital Literature, one of the first of its kind on a European scale, is designed to reward
authors for works that involve digital technology in their production. The award is split into two categories: digital narrative (which includes hypertext narrative, interactive stories and any literary works that use the computer as a means for narration) and poetry (with pieces of dynamic poetry, computer-generated poetry, etc.). The winner from each of these categories will receive 2,500 euros. Likewise, the jury is to award the Vincenç Ferrer Romero special mention to the best work submitted in Catalan, the winner of which will receive 1,500 euros. Writers can present unpublished work on any subject. In the case of the poetry category, they can send a single poem or a collection.

The jury for this award, formed annually, is made up of experts in digital literature. The criteria that they take into account when assessing the works are literary quality, quality and accessibility of the interface design, experimentation with the web as a means for
literary creation, and exploration and exploitation of the computer as a means for creation.

The works should be sent to Hermeneia (Humanities and Philology Studies, Av. Tibidabo, 39, 08035, Barcelona, Spain) in a sealed envelope, clearly stating 1st CITY OF VINARÒS AWARD FOR DIGITAL LITERATURE and whether the entry is for the digital narrative or poetry category on the outside. The envelopes have to contain three copies of the work on CD and another sealed envelope, with the title of the work on the outside, a pseudonym or headword, where necessary, and any technical information needed to access the work;information on the writer(s) (name, address, telephone number, email, country of origin and a photocopy of their ID or passport) should be enclosed inside this envelope to ensure anonymity. There should also be a short summary of their literary works to date.


Hermeneia is a research group investigating literary studies and digital technologies and made up of experts from Brown University (USA), Bari University (Italy), the University of Turku (Finland), Ramon Llull University (Spain), Pompeu Fabra University (Spain), the University of Barcelona (Spain), the University of Essex (UK), the Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain), Artois University (France), Rovira i Virgili University (Spain) and the UOC.

Its aim is to carry out research into the emergence of technology in terms of literary studies and literature itself, analysing the repercussions and producing a map of literary studies on the web, available to the whole of the European university community on the website. There are four basic lines of research: hypertext and literary studies, literary theory and comparative literature on the internet, the Lletra project and electronic literature.

Related Links
International City of Vinaròs Award:


From http://www.uoc.edu/

Dr Anna Notaro

personal home page: www.notarofam.com/annawork

Read the electronic book 'City Sites: Chicago and
New York, 1870s-1930s', for free at

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:: Tuesday, August 30, 2005 ::
This is a reminder of upcoming deadlines for the Emerging Artist Series  
and the Southeast Minnesota Artists Exhibition Series at the Rochester  
Art Center.

Below is the descriptions and application procedures for both series.    
The deadline for the Emerging Series application is postmarked August  
15th, 2005 and the SEMAES series is postmarked September 31st, 2005.  
Please see the details below or download the application PDF at:


Please contact Chief Curator Kris Douglas  (kdouglas@rochesterartcenter.org) or Curator of Education Scott Stulen  (sstulen@rochesterartcenter.org) with any questions.

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:: Monday, August 29, 2005 ::
Teknokultura Revista on-line

Convocatoria /Call for submisions 2005-2006


Teknokultura, on-line journal of the University of Puerto Rico's Social Sciences Faculty (Río Piedras Campus), announces its opening for contributions to evaluate articles and electronic art relevant to the integration of technology to daily lives and labor. Book and website reviews, literary work, and cartoons associated to these themes will also be evaluated. For this issue will be given special consideration to works related to wireless technology.

The articles should be in the following the format:

a.. 15-20 pages, double space,font size 12
b.. PC format (Word, RTF or open office)
c.. Follow APA style (American Psychological Asossioation)
d.. Include Abstract (100-200 words aprox.)
e.. Contributions could be summited in Spanish, English or portuguesse
All materials should be sent to Heidi J. Figueroa Sarriera, Editor, to the following e-mail address: teknok@rrpac.upr.clu.edu

For more information please contact Heidi J. Figueroa Sarriera by phone at 787-764-0000 x. 7917, send email to hfiguero@coqui.net or visit our site: http://teknokultura.rrp.upr.edu/


La revista online Teknokultura, de la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Río Piedras, anuncia la convocatoria para evaluar artículos y obras de arte electrónico relacionados a la integración de la tecnología a la vida cotidiana y el mundo del trabajo. También recibimos reseñas de libros, actividades y websites, piezas literarias y caricaturas asociadas a estos temas. Para este numero se dará especial consideración a trabajos relacionados a tecnologías inalámbricas (wireless)

En el caso de artículos de discusión, el formato debe ser el siguiente:

a.. Tener de 15 a 20 páginas a doble espacio, tamaño de letra 12
b.. Estar escrito en plataforma PC (RTF, Word o Open Office)
c.. Utilizar la convención de publicación APA (American Psychological Association)
d.. Incluir un abstract o resumen (100-150 palabras aprox.)
e.. Las contribuciones de los proyectos podrán ser en español, inglés o portugués.
El material debe ser enviado a la atención de Heidi J. Figueroa Sarriera, Editora, al siguiente correo electrónico: teknok@rrpac.upr.clu.edu

Para información adicional puede comunicarse con Heidi J. Figueroa en el teléfono 787-764-0000 ext. 7917, hfiguero@coqui.net o viste nuestro site: http://teknokultura.rrp.upr.edu/

Heidi J. Figueroa Sarriera e-ditora de Teknokultura Universidad de Puerto Rico Recinto de Río Piedras Facultad de Ciencias Sociales PO Box 23345 San Juan, Puerto Rico 00931-3345

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Culture TV

The Cultural season will make its start the coming weeks. We proudly present to you the teasers of 'Hybrid living in paradox' ARS Electronica in Linz, from 1 - 6 of september and SUPER!, Hasselts (B) first contemporary triennale of art, design and fashion, from 9.09 - 15.11.05. Further this week the second part of the exhibition 'Whales of the Season' from the Krokin Gallery in Moscow. A great piece of an interactive art project called 'Pussy Weevil' by Marina Zurkow & Julian Bleecker.

Don't waste more time in reading and start watching the videos here

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:: Sunday, August 28, 2005 ::
Annual Exhibition of Net.Art call for participation

The Electronic Arts Program at California State University Chico will hold its annual virtual exhibition of net.art in December 2005.

We are looking for recent, interesting and excellent time-based and interactive art projects created for the Internet arena.

Interactive, non-static, engaging, provocative & stimulating net.art projects made 2004 or later. Open theme.

No commercial, design, portfolio or traditional media sites please.

Submission Deadline: September 25, 2005 Email project URL, brief description/statement, creators to: chicoartnet2@yahoo.com

Selected projects will be expected to maintain their accessibility & location through May 2006.

Launch date: December 1, 2005

chico.art.net 2004 featured works by Lionello Borean + Chiara Grandesso, Katie Bush, David Crawford, Carla Diana, Robert J. Krawczyk, Geoffrey Thomas, and Jody Zellen.

Produced by The Electronic Arts Program, California State University Chico Department of Art & Art History

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:: Friday, August 26, 2005 ::


Binarykatwalk announces the launch of its first edition. Binary Katwalk is an on-line New Media exhibition focusing on work that is experimental and would benefit from this non-traditional exhibition space. The goal of the site is to unify works over time into one expanding and unified exhibition as opposed to specific exhibitions that open and then close or go to a secondary archive. It is co-curated by Jeremy Hight and Sindee Nakatani.

Come to Binary Katwalk to see the work of 5 strong artists from very different points in the spectrum of New Media.

We are proud to present the work of :

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