[artinfo] Fwd: * Net_Working * Exhibition

Andrea Szekeres asz@c3.hu
Thu, 15 Nov 2001 17:28:03 +0100

>From: Dew Harrison <Dew.Harrison@uwe.ac.uk>
>Subject: * Net_Working * Exhibition
>Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2001 16:01:51 +0000 (GMT)
>As there has been so many submissions and we are attempting
>to show as much work as possible, work will continue to be
>put onto this website throughout the exhibition time. The
>virtual exhibition will remain online after the large
>screen events at the Watershed have finished.
>             * * Net_Working * *
>              Online Exhibition
>        www.watershed.co.uk/Net_Working
>      Available to view on large screen @
>   Watershed's Digital Caf=E9  1200hrs 0 1900hrs
>Tue 20 Nov 2000hrs Watershed Digital Caf=E9
>1 Canon's Road Bristol  BS1 5TX
>tel: 0117 027 6444
>Net_Working is the largest exhibition of online art to
>date. With over 300 works covering all forms of artistic
>practice on the web, it has a truly international feel with
>submissions coming from places as far flung as Latvia,
>Thailand, Brazil and California. The launch will include a
>presentation of some of the work on show and a discussion
>with local Bristol artists involved.
>The exhibition has been curated by Dew Harrison (UWE) for
>the CHArt annual conference at the British Academy in
>London (Wed 28 - Thu 29 Nov), in collaboration with the
>Watershed Media Centre. Initially a forum for the exchange
>of ideas, CHArt is now a society open to all who have an
>interest in the application of computers to the study of
>art and design. At the CHArt 2001 conference Drs Dew
>Harrison and Suzette Worden will be referring to this
>exhibition in order to discuss the relevance of the
>Internet as a medium for contemporary practice.
>There will be an opportunity to chat online with Dew
>Harrison, contributing artists and attendees of the CHArt
>conference concerning the Net_Working exhibition on Mon 26
>Nov.  Please log on to the chat forum at:
>www.watershed.co.uk/Net_Working between 1900hrs - 2000hrs.
>Net_Working is also being shown simultaneously at the 4th
>International Conference on Modern Technology and Processes
>for Art, Media and Design in Bangkok. A conference delegate
>from UWE will facilitate questions between other delegates
>and exhibiting artists at Watershed through a live link up
>(Wed 28 Nov 1000hrs - 1130hrs).
>For further information and to keep up to date with the
>exhibition and discussion, view the Net_Working website
>Dr Dew Harrison
>Digital Media Research Centre
>UWE Faculty of Art Media and Design
>Bower Ashton Campus
>Kennel Lodge Road
>Bristol BS3 2JT
>Tel: 0117 966 3444798 Fax: 0117 344 4745
>Email: Dew.Harrison@uwe.ac.uk
>"University of the West of England"