>call for audio artists/musicians - vague terrain 04: the body digital
>In his 1964 text "Understanding Media" media theorist & 
>future-caster Marshall McLuhan stated that electricity was an 
>extension of the nervous system.  The next issue of Vague Terrain is 
>dedicated to continuing this line of thought and exploring both the 
>interface and friction between contemporary digital technology and 
>the body.  Vague Terrain 04: the body digital will serve as a 
>catalog of new conceptions of the intersection between the physical 
>and digital realms, one in which the body is read as a dataset, 
>instrument, and host to new economies and discourses.
>The Call:
>Vagueterrain.net's fourth issue will be entitled "the body digital" 
>and we are currently seeking the work of audio artists and musicians 
>whose work deals with the interface between the body and 
>contemporary technology to showcase in this issue.  Vague Terrain 
>04: the body digital will be published online in early September 
>2006 so work would need to be submitted by mid August.  Vague 
>Terrain audio submissions generally consist of 30-40 minutes of 
>original sound/music which is distributed through our publication 
>via an author sanctioned creative commons license.
>Please see http://www.vagueterrain.net for more information about 
>the scope of our publication.
>If you are interested in contacting us regarding submitting audio 
>work to this issue, or have any questions please contact us via 
>Thanks for your time!
>Greg Smith & Neil Wiernik



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