“The Glass Snail“, a hypertext story by internationally renowned author Milorad Pavic, is available at the Word Circuits Gallery. The Word Circuits Gallery also has hypertext poetry and fiction by Stephanie Strickland, Rob Swigart, Deena Larsen, Peter Howard, Komninos Zervos, and more.
The [R]-[R]-[F] Festival, created by Agricola de Cologne, is a participant in Interactiva ’03 – Biennale for New Media Art. Interactiva ’03, an international biennial that showcases new media works and conducts workshops and conferences, runs until September 28 at the Museum of Contemporary Art Merida in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.
The upcoming trAce/ELO Forum live Chat, titled “Setting the Scene: The Message in New Media,” will take place on Sunday, August 17. The chat is held in association with the 7th New Media Writers’ Workshop, and it will be at the trAce chatroom.
FILE 2003, The Electronic Language International Festival, will be launching its fourth edition on August 13, 2003. In addition, the second FILE SYMPOSIUM, which takes place August 19 – 23 in the city of SÃƒÂ£o Paulo, will bring together artists and researchers from around the world to discuss media arts and digital culture.
New book reviews at RCCS for August 2003 are: Elaine Lally’s At Home With Computers, reviewed by
Deborah J. Smith; Geoff King & Tanya Krzywinska’s ScreenPlay: Cinema/Videogames/Interfaces reviewed by Bob Rehak; and John Seely Brown & Paul Duguid’s The Social Life of Information reviewed by G.C. Gupta.
Dead Reckoning, a new translation of Olvido Mortal, is an interactive work of fiction available for download.
The International Festival of New Technologies, Art and Communication: Ciber@RT Bilbao 2004 will take place in April 23-30, 2004, in Bilbao with the theme “Challenges for a Ubiquitous Identity.” The festival is seeking works pertaining to Net-Art, Off-Line Multimedia Projects, Computer-Generated Animation, and more.