The Cyberarts Research Initiative from National University of Singapore presents aa visually engaging online cyberarts database. This is part of a larger University project which includes an artist-in-residence programme, research in virtual reality collaboration, and undergraduate, postgraduate and postdoctoral program development in cyberculture and cyberarts.
The UCLA school paper ran a story on the electronic literature reading held on October 19 at Beyond Baroque in Los Angeles. M.D. Coverley and Stephanie Strickland read to a full audience. The event was sponsored by the ELO.
Reiner Strasser and Regina Celia Pinto created a virtual attic for the Museum of the Essential and Beyond That, which is interested in digital art preservation. The spaceless gallery features Strasser and Celia Pinto’s old computers on which they created web.art/net.art. and some creations made on these machines. The project is open to collaborators.