[artinfo] Become a reviewer for Futherfield.org

marc marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Sat Oct 14 22:04:21 CEST 2006

Become a reviewer for Futherfield.org

Furtherfield receives regular submissions from artists and groups 
from all over the world, inviting us to feature and review their 
projects. We have an excellent team of reviewers working with us at 
the moment. Yet, because we are receiving more innovative and high 
quality media artworks from different cultural contexts, than we ever 
have before, we are finding it hard to keep up. So, now we need even 
more reviewers.

In November 06, Furtherfield will have a brand new design with new 
features that enable reviewers to have more control over their own 
text, images and different formats when reviews are submitted.

We welcome contributions from all kinds of writers - but would 
especially value bi-lingual  reviewers who are able to introduce work 
created by artists in non-English-speaking cultures.

We are also interested in people who understand and know net art, 
software art, social networks, live net art, live Internet tv, open 
source, tactical media, art blogs, net films, media art connected- 
self institutions, psychogeography, activist games, media art related 
exhibitions online and in spaces, and related conferences.

As a reviewer you will be asked to select from these works and 
contribute to the context of what is being created and write about 
why it is relevant. You will also have the option of seeking out and 
writing about other works that you personally think should be seen on 

If you possess knowledge and enthusiasm for any of these subjects, 
are able to write and communicate clearly;-) and are interested in 
being part of a explorative group, that is growing daily as an 
adventurous community in its own right. And like us, are passionately 
and critically engaged in investigating the constant shifts and 
reinvention of the creative, digitally related vista as we know it; 
we welcome you aboard...

contact - marc garrett:
marc.garrett at furtherfield.org


Other projects related to Furtherfield:
http://www.nodel.org (with many others)

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