[artinfo] Slowtime?...................Call for proposals

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Fri Aug 15 09:34:36 CEST 2003

Call for proposals
Deadline 30 September 2003

Cinematheque at MediaCentre
of " Le Musee di-visioniste"
is preparing another show case of streaming media
for autumn 2003, entitled:

[Quicktime (.mov) as an artistic medium]

Quicktime does not only represent a cross-plattform file format for
converting and
distributing (analogue/digital) video into an Internet compatible streaming
format, but has a lot of different features and characteristics which
predestine Quicktime to be a serious artistic medium beyond that.

Cinematheque invites artists who use Quicktime for their artistic purposes -
in which way ever - to submit up to two (2) works in Quicktime (.mov)

It is preferred that the submitted work has an URL of itsown,
in this case there is no limit of file size.
But it is also possible to send the work via email
as .mov file, however, then will be a file size limit of 5MB for each
submitted work.

Deadline 30 September 2003

Please use this form for submitting:
1.name of artist, email address, URL
2. short biography/CV (not more than 300 words)
3. works (maximum 2): title of work, URL of work, year of production
4. short description of each submitted art work
(not more than 300 words each)
5. one screenshot for each submitted work (max. 800x600 pixels, .jpg only)

Send this form completely filled out together with the media files to:
slowtime at le-musee-divisioniste.org

Deadline 30 September 2003

The coming show of "Slowtime?......" will be launched in November 2003.
Currently, the streaming media show "Winter Streams" is still running.

Cinematheque at MediaCentre
organises online show cases of streaming media
in the framework of Le Musee di-visioniste

Le Musee di-visioniste
is an online museum based on philosophical ideas,
and is corporate member of
NewMediaArtProjectNetwork -
the experimental plattform for net based art -
founded by Agricola de Cologne,
media artist and New Media curator
operating from Cologne/Germany.

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