Neural, an Italian website printed quarterly as a magazine, now has an English edition online. The English content section of the website is updated daily with new articles and reviews on new media art, hacktivism, and electronic music.
Aspect Magazine, a biannual DVD magazine of new media art, is accepting submissions for its Fall 2003 edition. This upcoming edition will feature artists from the west coast of the United States. Aspect is seeking curators, art critics, and members of the art community to help compile and comment on works by sending in a work of art on which they wish to provide audio commentary. For more information, email submissions at aspectmag dot com or visit the Aspect Magazine website.
CTHEORY Net Noise
Issue 4 of CTHEORY Multimedia is now available online. Titled NET NOISE, this issue features 11 net art pieces that investigate sound in digital culture.
This month’s issue of Ygdrasil, A Journal of the Poetic Arts is now available.
Writing in 3-D
“Writing in 3-D” is an article about Robert Coover and Talan Memmott, in Brown Alumni Magazine.
Version 1 of [R]-[R]-[F] Festival has been launched. This ongoing project features work from artists worldwide, and it utilizes the Internet as an artistic, interculturally connected environment that is related to memory and forgetting.
electronic book review
Visit electronic book review to read “Histories of the Future” by Steve Shaviro, “Contour of a Contour” by Dave Ciccoricco, “Histories of the Present” by Darren Tofts, and “Words and Syllables” by Sven Philipp.
Reviews in Cyberculture Studies
New book reviews at RCCS include: Paul Dourish’s Where the Action Is: The Foundations of Embodied Interaction reviewed by Tom Bell; Ollivier Dyens’s Metal and Flesh: The Evolution of Man: Technology Takes Over reviewed by Bryan Alexander; Colette Nicolle and Julio Abascal’s Inclusive Design Guidelines for HCI reviewed by Rita Lauria; and Donald A. Schon, Bish Sanyal, and William J. Mitchell’s High Technology and Low-Income Communities: Prospects for the Positive Use of Advanced Information Technology reviewed by Gracie Lawson-Borders.