So this one is really boring. I mean, "Creative New Zealand Strategic
Plan" -- any one of these words would send you to sleep by itself. I
won't be surprised if no-one answers. Here's the link
but don't look. It's boring. It is better that we have an uninformed
and interesting debate. Supposing we did submit something, what should
The obvious and expected tactic would be to notify them of our
unrecognised brilliance and diversity, of the exceptional art
experiences that we offer New Zealand and International Audiences, of
the warm glow they will feel from seeing our well-funded, important,
edgy work rise up on the world stage and represent the wise, culturally
aware, courageous CNZ. But we will be cunning, and carefully frame it
in such a way that we don't look like greedy sycophants. We don't like
money, but we will accept it for the good of the nation. We will also
not mention that they are funding our rivals to make crap, nor that they
are a bunch of conservative retards, nor anything else at all that might
sound disparaging of bureaucrats or strategic plans.
That would be expected, and it would probably be wise. Perhaps
accurate. But it also sets up the temptation to do the opposite, to
scream and yell, and let them know that they have no idea about
anything. They are at best irrelevant, we'd say. They should disband
and give the money back to the paupers who bought lotto tickets.
Then, of course, there's an expanse of middle ground, where we outline
the areas about which they have no clue, and try to tell them how they
could do better. Most likely they would like to. Which brings us back
to: what should they do, actually?
Personally, I have few ideas at the moment. That's mainly because it is
one in the morning, but also because I haven't had much to do with them
for a while. The paperwork is not worth it for the piddly amounts I
apply for: I do better just getting a job for the days that I would
spend writing proposals and aquittals, and I don't get bound up in the
kinds of idiotic commitments I put in funding proposals, nor do I have
to wait at the letterbox to know what I'll be doing over the next six
months. But you lot will have ideas.
A new list for those interested in copyright. Also a chance to practice
your Spanish, if you wish.
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From: A.C.Story <A.C.Story(a)kent.ac.uk>
Subject: [CopySouth] Breaking the ice / Rompiendo el hielo
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Cc: "acs3(a)kent.ac.uk" <A.C.Story(a)kent.ac.uk>
First in English, luego en español
Someone has to “break the ice” on a new list and so I will.
Debbie Halbert, one of the list’s two moderators, has just told me
that we now have 67 people on this list. They are from many countries
and from six continents; if you know anybody from Antarctica, we will
have them all. So we have a good potential to open up a valuable
discussion and debate about the issues that concern this list.
What are these issues? They are copyright and related issues in the
global South. To be clear: we are interested in FAR MORE than
copyright law. We want to get into a whole range of questions such as
cultural diversity, who benefits from the copyright system, and how
this oppressive system stops us from communicating with each other,
sharing what we know, and learning from others. And we also want to
figure out ways that we can work together. That work may be
researching the above questions and others or it may be taking
practical action. BOTH are badly needed.
Just a few introductory comments:
a) Some of us on this new list know each other and some of us do not.
So in your FIRST POST to the list, can you include one or two
sentences about who you are. In this spirit, let me say:
My name is Alan Story. I live in Whitstable in the United Kingdom and
I teach intellectual property law at the University of Kent. I have
been in CopySouth for a number of years.
b) All posts to the list should be sent in at least English and
Spanish. How to translate your message into other language? Do it
yourself or use one of the online translators, such as:
If you speak and write in another language, such as Portuguese or
Urdu, please translate it twice.
Machine translation is far from perfect. But it does allow a certain
level of communications between people who speak different languages.
The first CopySouth list used such machine translation for more than
12 months. We had very few problems. A multi-language list respects
the languages of its members and allows a type of global
communications which very few lists permit.
A few tips for the best possible translation:
1) Keep the sentences shorter than normal.
2) Keep the sentence structure simpler than normal; sentences with two
or three clauses tend to blow the computer’s brain;
3) Before sending your original message to the translation machine,
check it for spelling mistakes and typographical errors.
c) The value of an e-mail list is almost entirely dependent on the
quality of the messages sent in to it and the quality of the debate
that occurs. We have high hopes for the value of this list.
d) Pay a visit to our new website,
<http://www.copysouth.org/> .With the assistance of others, it was
created by Fatima Lasay of CopySouth, another one of the moderators of
this list, and it was opened up just last week.
Pass on this link to friends and colleagues. And also consider posting
your own article or suggesting good articles written by others.
I have some things I want to say about the subject of copyright
piracy. But I will wait for another day. It is now your turn.
En primer lugar, en Inglés, luego en español:
Alguien tiene que hacerlo? Romper el hielo? en una nueva lista y así lo
Debbie Halbert, uno de la lista? S dos moderadores, me acaba de decir
que ahora tenemos a 67 personas en esta lista. Son de muchos países y
de seis continentes, si conoces a alguien de la Antártida, tendremos a
todos. Así que tenemos un buen potencial para abrir una valiosa
discusión y el debate sobre las cuestiones que esta lista de
¿Cuáles son estos problemas? Son los derechos de autor y cuestiones
conexas en el Sur global. Para ser claro: nos interesa mucho más que
el derecho de autor. Queremos llegar a toda una serie de cuestiones
tales como la diversidad cultural, que se beneficia del sistema de
derechos de autor, y cómo este sistema de opresión que nos impide
comunicar unos con otros, compartir lo que sabemos, y aprender de
otros. Y también queremos encontrar formas de que podemos trabajar
juntos. Esa labor puede ser la investigación de las preguntas
anteriores y otros o puede ser la adopción de medidas prácticas. Ambos
son muy necesarios.
Sólo unas pocas observaciones de introducción:
a) Algunas de nosotros en esta nueva lista se conocen entre sí y
algunos de nosotros no. Así que en su primer mensaje a la lista, se
puede incluir una o dos frases acerca de quién es usted. En este
espíritu, quiero decir:
Mi nombre es Alan Story. Yo vivo en Whitstable en el Reino Unido y la
enseñanza del derecho de propiedad intelectual en la Universidad de
Kent. He estado en CopySouth para un número de años.
b) Todos los puestos de la lista debe ser enviada por lo menos en
Inglés y Español. ¿Cómo traducir su mensaje en otro idioma? Hágalo
usted mismo o utilizar uno de los traductores en línea, tales como:
Si hablar y escribir en otro idioma, como el portugués o el urdu, por
favor traduce en dos ocasiones.
La traducción automática no es perfecta. Sin embargo, sí permite un
cierto nivel de comunicaciones entre personas que hablan idiomas
diferentes. La lista CopySouth utilizó por primera vez la traducción
automática como por más de 12 meses. Hemos tenido muy pocos problemas.
Una lista de varios idiomas respeta los idiomas de sus miembros y
permite un tipo de comunicación global que enumera muy pocos permisos.
Algunos consejos para la mejor traducción posible:
1) Mantener las frases más cortas de lo normal.
2) Mantener la estructura más simple frase que lo normal; frases con
dos o tres cláusulas tienden a soplar el equipo? S del cerebro;
3) Antes de enviar el mensaje original a la máquina de traducción,
compruebe que no faltas de ortografía y errores tipográficos.
c) El valor de una lista de correo electrónico es casi totalmente
dependiente de la calidad de los mensajes enviados a la misma y la
calidad del debate que se produce. Tenemos grandes esperanzas en el
valor de esta lista.
d) Pagar una visita a nuestra nueva página web, www.copysouth.org. Con
la ayuda de otros, fue creado por Fatima Lasay de CopySouth, otro de
los moderadores de esta lista, y se abrió la semana pasada.
Pase en este enlace a tus amigos y colegas. Y también considerar
publicar su propio artículo o sugiriendo buenos artículos escritos por
Tengo algunas cosas que quiero decir sobre el tema de la piratería de
derechos de autor. Pero voy a esperar a otro día. Ahora es tu turno.
Mis mejores deseos
Senior Lecturer, Intellectual Property Law
Kent Law School
University of Kent
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Super Human: Revolution of the Species
Symposium - Program Release
The full two-day program is now available for download from the Super Human
Super Human: Revolution of the Species Symposium
23 - 24 November, 2009
Also, we have extended the Early Bird registration until FRIDAY 9 OCTOBER.
Get in quick to save!
Super Human is partnering with http://www.mediaarthistory.org/, the 3rd International Conference on
the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology to offer delegates to
both events a discounted '2Up' rate.
Visit the website for more information and to register.
* Concession rate is available to students, current ANAT members and Health
Care card holders. We will require proof of concession when collecting
tickets from the registration desk.
ANAT is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council http://www.australiacouncil.gov.au its arts funding and advisory body, by the South Australian Government through Arts SA http://www.arts.sa.gov.au and the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments.
If you would like to change your contact details or be added or removed from the ANAT mailing list please email mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Unsubscribe
Altmusic and the Dunedin Public Art Gallery are very proud to present Chris
Watson, for a live multichannel diffusion mix of the pieces 'Midnight at the
Oasis' and 'Oceanus pacificus'.
Chris Watson is a heavyweight in the avante garde world for his work with
field recordings. A founding member of late '70s techno and synth-pop
innovators Cabaret Voltaire and, later, ambient-industrial fusioners the
Hafler Trio. In something of an odd switch, Watson left the music industry
behind in 1985 to work as a sound recordist for the Royal Society for the
Protection of Birds. He quickly branched out into production for film and
television and has since handled field recording for a number of nature
programs and documentaries, including David Attenborough's "The Life of
Birds" which won him a BAFTA for best factual sound in 1998.
In 1996, after collecting hundreds of hours of location recordings from less
accessible regions of the world, Watson returned to music production,
releasing his first-ever solo album "Stepping into the Dark", on the Touch
label. Actually a compilation of recordings of natural settings spanning
from Inverness to Kenya to Venezuela to Cumbria, the release was lauded
internationally and received an Award of Distinction at the Prix Ars
Electronica Festival in Linz, Austria. His second album "Outside the Circle
of Fire" was released in 1998 and "Weather Report" from 2003 was listed
amongst the Guardian newspaper's "1000 albums to listen to before you die".
In 2006 he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Technology degree by the
University of the West of England "in recognition of his outstanding
contribution to sound recording technology, especially in the field of
natural history and documentary location sound"
PSN Electronic: Ten Years of Bad Sleep
PSN Electronic (Peter Stapleton, Nathan Thompson and Susan Ballard) explore
the alchemical process of turning electricity into sound. Each of their
performances is formed through a system of constraint. In this performance
the group will improvise with a collection of faulty CDs and processed
electronics. The work will make audible the sounds of the technologies used
as well as the dislocated messages they transmit, sculpting them into a work
that explores sound through electronic and analogue corruption. For this,
PSN Electronic will use a collection of CDs originating from a faulty
pressing of a Sleep album released in 1999. These CDs will be further
damaged making audible the cut and paste aesthetic of packeted information.
The piece will last around 40 min.
Dunedin Public Art Gallery Mezzanine
$10, $8 with R1 card, student, etc.
Dear Ada members,
Our first Annual General Meeting will be held on Sunday October 11,
from 4:30 till 6pm. The AGM is the official forum for the board to
account for the activities of the ADA Trust, and an opportunity to
discuss future activities and plans.
All ADA members are welcome to attend, either in person or virtually.
A member of ADA is an individual who has been subscribed to the ADA
list for at least 6 months who has identified themselves in an email
to the list, or in some other contribution to the online archive, or
in person at a previous ADA meeting.
Because the board and membership of ADA is spread around the country
we are going to try to do this in a way that is as distributed and
accessible as possible. To this end we will have four physical
locations linked via ichat with video, and we will also have an open
online chat forum for people who can't make it to one of those
The four venues are: Auckland (Starkwhite, Karangahape Road),
Wellington (The Southern Cross Hotel), Christchurch (The Physics Room)
and Dunedin (Otago Polytechnic School of Art). We will announce
details of the chat forum closer to the time.
The current board was voted by the membership at a meeting at SCANZ in
New Plymouth in 2006. Our role was to gain charitable trust status for
ADA, and to develop the role of ADA in supporting digital art in
Aotearoa New Zealand. ADA finally became a charitable trust in April
Our trust deed requires that from the first AGM the board's membership
be divided evenly between people appointed by the board itself, and
those voted by the membership of ADA. There are currently four board
members: Zita Joyce (chair), Stella Brennan (Secretary), Su Ballard
(treasurer), and Douglas Bagnall. To maintain continuity the three
office-holders will remain in place as appointed board positions, and
three positions will be opened to voting by the membership.
Nominations for those three positions may now be submitted to our
returning officer Zoe Drayton (zoe(a)audiofoundation.org.nz). A
nomination needs to be accompanied by a 50-word summary of why the
person would be a good board member, and each nomination needs a
seconder. You may nominate yourself – but you will need someone else
to second it!
Nominations close on Friday October 9th at 5pm.
The nominations will be posted to the list, and voting will be opened
after close of the AGM at 6pm on Sunday 11, until 6pm Friday 16 October.
To assist in voting for those not able to attend the AGM in person,
the minutes and other information about the structure and finances of
ADA will be posted on the ADA website within 24 hours of the close of
Aotearoa Digital Arts Trust
Founding Trustees: Stella Brennan (Secretary), Douglas Bagnall, Zita
Joyce (Chair), Su Ballard (treasurer), Janine Randerson.
1. Activity Report to 30 Sept 2008
1.2 The ADA Reader
1.3 Symposium 08, Christchurch
2. Activity Report from 30 Sept 2008 to 11 October 2009
2.1 Symposium 09, Wellington
2.2 ADA/ Physics Room Agreement
3. Financial Statements
4. General Business
5. Future planning
5.2 Electrosmog Festival
Although this is intended to be a Dunedin-based event may of you out
there might be interested in participating. And yes many of the things
we are talking about may be old/new news too ... the point of the
symposium is to get people from all over the art/ science continuum
from both academia and industry to meet and talk and share.
Be great to have some ADA faces there!
Illustrating the Unseeable: Reconnecting Art and Science
Participants are invited to a one day Symposium hosted by David Green
and Susan Ballard, from Electronic Arts section of the School of Art,
28 October 2009, School of Art Dunedin.
The “Infotainment” industry perpetually hungers for innovation in
the popular delivery of scientific visualisations. At the same time
developments in computer graphic imaging and computer enhanced media
offer uncharted potential for illustrating the unseeable. Even so, at
present, key expositional elements for feature film and broadcast
media are commonly created by commercial animation studios whose
graphic designers primarily reference a cache of pre-existing
broadcast and feature film work to solve graphic concept puzzles. We
think there is scope for a different kind of engagement between art
In a parallel universe – far flung artists, stimulated by the fecund
muse of scientific theory explore "lateral" ways to illustrate and
embody ground breaking theoretical concepts. Artists are developing
new ways to interpret science, creating a rich reservoir of ideas; a
vastly extended idiom.
Nearly 500 years ago Renaissance artists and scientists illuminated
worlds of imagination, theory, function and possibility. With the
industrial revolution came the inevitable segregation of art and
science toward functional material efficiency driven largely by the
trade of the day. But in the twenty-first century economics have
irrevocably expanded. Now abstractions and their symbolic expression
are traded with the same currency as more “tangible” cargo. As surely
as industrial fetishism dictates a schism between art and science,
network economics enable a reunion.
We view this as an opportune moment to begin a discussion given
Dunedin’s rich academic and creative environment.
With a focus toward bringing arts practice in touch with the popular
dissemination of innovative ideas, through a variety of media conduits
- from traditional broadcast to cutting edge graphical interfaces in
location based museum installations - Electronic Arts will host a
symposium to encourage cross-media and cross-disciplinary connections.
Electronic Arts within the School of Art is dedicated to critical
research practices in digital and electronic media. Being positioned
within a School of Art allows us a unique perspective on digital media
and technologies. This symposium will provide a forum for discussions
of scientific illustration within our city. A range of invited
participants will present short talks addressing scientific
illustration as it relates to their research and development focus.
Comprised neither of formal papers nor trade pitches, this symposium
is intended to stimulate a Dunedin nexus between world and local
contemporary arts practice and cutting edge science toward media
If you would like to be involved, send us a short paragraph indicating
how your interests fit to the theme before 10 October 2009.
CINEMA of the WOBBLY PIVOT pt3 : a five-hour, continuous, live
performance by improvising trio, EARS (John Bell, Phil Dadson, Paul
Winstanley), at Kenneth Myer Centre, Sunday Oct 4th, 5 - 10pm, The
concluding event for the Gus Fisher Gallery's AC/DC: The Art of Power
exhibition, plus linked on the EARwaves with the Deep Listening
Insitute's Dream Festival, NY. (details at the venue). Come and go as
you please, or stay for the whole shebang! Mattresses provided,
(courtesy of Artspace). Koha donations gratefully received.
In Mark's absence....
I would like to invite you to a special event
in Wellington this Wednesday evening at 7pm.
Artist Gray Nicol, who's recent exhibition* at the Archive announced
his return to public exhibition after a hiatus of 30 years, will give
an illustrated presentation on the carving programme for
Tumutumuwhenua, the wharenui at Orakei Marae.
Nicol worked on the carving project from 1978 to 1986. Focusing on
what he learnt about both the artistic and the technical aspects of
carving and installing large scale sculptures, Nicol will illustrate
the progress from raw timber to finished carvings with a range of
The images on display are some of the few that survive as the Marae
was severely damaged by fire in 1990.
The talk will finished with a Q&A session and the event will last for
approximately 60 minutes.
Film Archive mediatheatre, 7pm
Wednesday 23 September
Corner of Taranaki and Ghuznee Sts
Entry by koha.
*Please see this review by Mark Amery in the Dominion Post http://www.thebigidea.co.nz/news/columns/mark-amery-visual-arts/2009/sep/60…
for more information
Marketing and Communications
The New Zealand Film Archive
mobile +64 21 152 7232
ph +64 4 384 7647 ext 823
In the Pelorus Trust mediagallery until Saturday 10 October
La fine del Mondo - An installation by Edith Amituanai
Don't miss award-winning photographer Edith Amituanai’s latest
photography exhibition - a collection of portraits of a Burmese family
resettling in Auckland, complimented by Film Archive footage of the
immigrant experience in New Zealand.
(i'm not organising this, just saw it posted somewhere else & i don't
think i've seen it come thru this list so forwarding it now. greetings
from istanbul, h : )
Software Freedom Day this Sunday in Wellington - looking to be a great event
Software Freedom Day 09Sunday 20 September 2009
9:00am - 5:00pm
Venue: Michael Fowler Convention Center
Twitter account: @WLGSFD
Twitter event tag: #sfdwlg09
Flickr tag: #sfdwlg09
Software Freedom Day is an annual, global celebration of the use and
development of free and open source software, open standards and open
Visit the Software Freedom Day website to find out more and register for
the free event: http://www.softwarefreedomday.org.nz/
This year, Unlimited Potential and a large number of community groups
and companies around Wellington are coming together to organise another
great event to be held on Sunday 20th September at the Wellington Town
Hall and Michael Fowler Convention Center, from 9am to 5pm.
Come and take part in the hackfest, installfest, a makerfest, barcamp
We are introducing 2 new streams this year: a kids programme and a
student programme, where we aim to give attendees the opportunity to
participate in a variety of activities - from taking the first steps
into programming or testing OLPC laptops in the kids programme, to
hearing about what it's like to work in the industry or learning about
how open source solutions can help enhance your job prospects in the
Many thanks are due to our event sponsors - NZOSS, SuperHappyDevHouse,
Unlimited Potential, WellyLUG, Amberdms, Ascent, CafeNET, Capital E!,
Catalyst IT, CWA New Media, Egressive, Grow Wellington, Havana,
iWantMyName, Morphoss, Mozilla, OLPC, Openside, Ponoko, SilverStripe,
Sun Microsystems and 3months.
There are still opportunities to sponsor the event, so if you are
interested please get in touch with Jayne Wallis, jayne(a)up.org.nz
We have also set up a Google Group for the event: subscribe to join
discussions with others involved in organising the event and those
interested in attending in Wellington:
Come along and enjoy the day!
helen varley jamieson: creative catalyst
the call for entries to the next 'Rencontres Internationales
Paris/Berlin/Madrid' will be closed very soon...
last deadline approaching... september 15!! plz forward.
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The call for entries for the next Rencontres Internationales
Paris/Berlin/Madrid is open until September 15, 2009.
The next Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid will take place
in Paris from November 30 to December 9 at the Centre Pompidou, the Jeu
de Paume national museum and other venues. The same programme will be
presented in Madrid in April 2010 and in Berlin in July 2010.
Those three events will feature an international programming focusing on
film, video and multimedia, gathering works of artists and filmmakers
recognized on the international scene along with young artists and
ANY INDIVIDUAL OR ORGANIZATION CAN SUBMIT ONE OR SEVERAL PROPOSALS. THE
CALL FOR ENTRIES IS OPEN TO FILM, VIDEO AND MULTIMEDIA PROPOSALS,
without any restrictions for length or genre. All submissions are free,
regardless of geographical origin... [click here >>>
FILMS AND VIDEOS - any film and video format
* Video / Experimental video
* Fiction, exp. fiction / Short, middle and full length
* Documentary, exp. documentary
* Experimental film
* Video installation, multimedia installation * Net art *
Multimedia concert, multimedia performance
TO ENTER A PROPOSAL CLICK HERE >>>
You may have the opportunity to choose between two types of
Until September 15, 2009: Entry form to use with regular mail
Until September 15, 2009: 100% online entry form with video upload
PLEASE FORWARD this information to creative organizations, art networks,
production organizations, artists and filmmakers you are in contact
The 'Rencontres Internationales' offers more than a simple presentation
of the works. It introduces an intercultural forum gathering various
guests from all over the world - artists and filmmakers, institutions
and emerging organizations - to testify to their reflections and their
experiences, but also to artistic and cultural contexts that are often
undergoing deep changes.
The 'Rencontres Internationales' reflects specificities and convergences
of artistic practices between new cinema and contemporary art, explores
emerging media art practices and their critical purposes, and makes
possible a necessary time when points of view meet and are exchanged.
The event aims at presenting works to a broad audience, at creating
circulations between different art practices and between different
audiences, as well as creating new exchanges between artists, filmmakers
It seeks to contribute to a reflection on our contemporary culture of
image via a compelling program opened to everyone..
In 2007, the Rencontres Internationales, which initially took place in
Paris and Berlin, opened up to a third city: Madrid. This event now
constitutes a unique artistic and cultural platform in Europe for
artists, professional networks and various audiences.
The venues in the three cities are in particular in Paris the Centre
Pompidou and the Jeu de Paume national museum, in Berlin the Haus der
Kulturen der Welt, and in Madrid the Reina Sofia National museum, the
auditorium of the Ministry for Culture, the Tabacalera - futur national
centre for visual arts, the Spanish Cinematheque, the CA2M Centro de
Arte Dos de Mayo de la Comunidad de Madrid.
The 'Rencontres Internationales' is a non-commercial event without
competition, supported by French, German, Spanish and international
institutions... [click here >>>
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Opening on Monday, November 30
from 8PM at the Centre Pompidou - Cinema 1
Presentation, screening, cocktail
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Accreditations (only press and professionals) grant access to the whole
program (except for special screenings): screenings, exhibitions,
concerts and performances, video library and debates.
Accreditation application [click here >>>
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Press kit is sent upon receipt of emailed request
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