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EXTENDED Deadline: <U>May 28th, 2004</U> <BR>
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</H5></SPAN><FONT COLOR="#555555"><SPAN STYLE='font-size:12.0px'>The New Forms Festival is an annual event highlighting emerging forms at the junction of art, culture and technology. It includes performances, panel discussions, workshops, and interactive exhibits on &nbsp;contemporary Media Arts issues. The NFF environment encourages new forms of Media Art &nbsp;to be created, experienced, and understood. NFF04 will be held in Vancouver, BC, from &nbsp;October 14 to 28, 2004. The theme is TECHNOGRAPHY: the inscription of culture in technology. <BR>
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NFF04: TECHNOGRAPHY is a forum to explore and embody these inscriptions in the form of artistic expression and &nbsp;discourse. <BR>
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NFF04: TECHNOGRAPHY looks at the ways in which cultures inhabit and transform media spaces and technologies. <BR>
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NFF04:TECHNOGRAPHY will &nbsp;bring together practitioners and theorists from across grassroots, gallery academy and &nbsp;academic contexts and provide a platform for conversations among the diverse voices of &nbsp;contemporary &nbsp;digital regionalism. <BR>
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NFF04: TECHNOGRAPHY programming incorporates the principles found within an ecological model of the cultural &nbsp;sphere: complexity, variety and balance. Like nature, culture is also a changing phenomenon, &nbsp;affected by the ways in which technology inhabits the environment and relates to it. <BR>
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</SPAN><FONT COLOR="#666666"><SPAN STYLE='font-size:10.0px'><H5>Projects, presentations and performances <BR>
</H5></SPAN><SPAN STYLE='font-size:12.0px'>Proposals are invited for four areas of the festival: the Conference, the Exhibition (digital art, performance, installation, immersive environments, Net.Art), Performance Series (sound art, performance art, live film/AV) and Low Art Events (music, visuals, post-digital, laptop, group performance, screenings). <BR>
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</SPAN><FONT COLOR="#666666"><SPAN STYLE='font-size:10.0px'><H5>Conference <BR>
</H5></SPAN><SPAN STYLE='font-size:12.0px'>The NFF04 Conference, <I>Old And New Forms </I>, negotiates new global parameters for contemporary media culture, as it charts a post-traditional &#8216;technography&#8217; of world Media Arts. The post-traditional is what remains of modernism and postmodernism when modernization is abandoned as an unfinished and unachievable project. While the post-traditional view is clearly meaningful in the post-colonial and developing spheres, Old And New Forms posits that it is equally germane to the global post-industrial &nbsp;scenario as a whole. <BR>
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</SPAN><FONT COLOR="#666666"><SPAN STYLE='font-size:10.0px'><H5>Gallery Exhibition/ Performance Events<BR>
</H5></SPAN><SPAN STYLE='font-size:12.0px'>This year the Exhibition (Gallery and Net Art), Performance Series, and Low Art Events will present a range of works that embody and interpret the theme of TECHNOGRAPHY as defined above. <BR>
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</SPAN></FONT><SPAN STYLE='font-size:12.0px'><B>For further information on the details of events, curators, galleries and conference, please see the website at:<FONT COLOR="#4B4B4B">&lt;</FONT><FONT COLOR="#6699CC"><U><a href="http://www.newformsfestival.com/";>http://www.newformsfestival.com/</a></U></FONT><FONT COLOR="#4B4B4B">&gt;<BR>
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</H5></SPAN><SPAN STYLE='font-size:12.0px'>&#8220;<I>[Music] is a tremendously privileged site for the analysis and revelation of new forms in our society.</I>&#8221; &nbsp;
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<FONT FACE="Verdana"><FONT COLOR="#656565"><SPAN STYLE='font-size:12.0px'>Jacques Attali, Noise: The Political Economy of Music. 
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The sonic art event will present works that make use of audible technologies and acoustic materials in an aural cultural context that explores the spectrum of the living ambient in volumes, atmospheres, resonance, aural surfaces and textures, as well as breaking through to relations with other senses .<BR>
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Sound in the current global scene is more promiscuous than ever. &nbsp;The musician is a viral agent&#8212;both carrier and host&#8212;accumulating a lifetime of influences across a dizzying variety of sources from the funky beats of the body drumming to the internal networks of psychoacoustic phenomena&#8212;the subtle nuances of the richest traditions of the planet come into contact with the digital techniques of a recombinant poetics. &nbsp;<BR>
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The performer is challenged by the technical apparatus of digital reproduction&#8212;an apparatus that reproduces not just the sound of the music but its inner mechanisms&#8212;an instrument that has transformed itself in the hands of a musician into a proposition for a new form of the world in relationship to technology&#8212;a technology come to life and agency, at its best a partner in the moment of sound making. &nbsp;<BR>
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</H5></SPAN><SPAN STYLE='font-size:12.0px'>Artists, scholars, developers and practitioners working in New Media Art &nbsp;are invited to submit proposals for projects, performances, presentations, papers and panels by May 14, 2004. <BR>
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We ask artists/researchers to demonstrate the following: <BR>
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<FONT COLOR="#666666">? A strong portfolio of media arts pieces that demonstrate their ability and involvement in the New Media Arts community - although emerging artists are encouraged to apply.<BR>
? Computer knowledge <BR>
? Basic knowledge of Media Arts processes (e.g. digital audio or video, electronic formats) <BR>
? Strong artistic quality <BR>
? Interest in the themes of the festival <BR>
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<FONT COLOR="#666666">? Applications <I><U>must be submitted via the online form</U></I> at &lt;</FONT><FONT COLOR="#6699CC"><a href="http://www.newformsfestival.com/";>http://www.newformsfestival.com/</a></FONT><FONT COLOR="#666666">&gt;<BR>
? Due to limited resources we are only able to review submissions written in English. <BR>
? Supporting documents: Audiovisual, photographic and written media <B><U>must be submitted via the online application form </U></B>at <BR>
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All submissions will be reviewed by the Festival Programming Committee and those chosen will be contacted by <B>June 30, 2004</B>. <BR>
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<FONT COLOR="#666666">We offer: <BR>
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<FONT COLOR="#666666">? Some computer and tech facilities <BR>
? Technical and organizational assistance <BR>
? Presentation space <BR>
? International dissemination of the work via the Internet <BR>
? Participation in presentations and panels, and in some cases a performance. <BR>
? A letter of acceptance to help obtain travel funds<BR>
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Contact us <B><I><U>only</U></I></B> if there are concerns or difficulties concerning this call or the submission form, at:<BR>
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<FONT COLOR="#666666">New Forms Festival 2004 <BR>
Programming Committee <BR>
Suite 200, 252 East 1st Avenue <BR>
Vancouver, British Columbia <BR>
CANADA V5T 1A6 <BR>
T: +1 604-648-2752 <BR>
F: +1 604-648-2754 <BR>
E: </FONT><FONT COLOR="#6699CC">curatorial@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx </FONT><FONT COLOR="#484848">or<BR>
</FONT><FONT COLOR="#6699CC">camille@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</FONT><FONT COLOR="#4B4B4B"> <BR>
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Camille Baker<BR>
Exhibition/Events Producer/Curator<BR>
New Forms Festival 2004<BR>
Vancouver's International Festival of Media Arts<BR>
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(604) 708-0997<BR>
(604) 607-5339<BR>
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