Banksy's visit to New York's galleries

"Dressed as a British pensioner, over the last few days Banksy entered each of the galleries [The Brooklyn Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art,The Museum of Modern Art, and the Museum of Natural History] and attached one of his own works, complete with authorative name plaque and explanation.

He says - "This historic occasion has less to do with finally being embraced by the fine art establishment and is more about the judicious use of a fake beard and some high strength glue." Banksy continues -"They're good enough to be in there, so I don't see why I should wait"

Amoureux Artist Register

the Amoureux Artists Register
The Amoureux Artists Register targets the community of art enthusiasts.
Amoureux features original works and commission artists and acts as the meeting point for craftspeople, artists and Art Galleries.
Advertise yourself and your art or craft completely for FREE.
Use the Amoureux Artists Register as your personal web page complete with direct email and live links.

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The White House - call for submissions

The White House is a new artist-run space in Brisbane's CBD, promoting audio / visual artwork, discussion and general mischief. We are currently accepting expressions of interest and proposals for our program from artists, curators and raggamuffins who do strange things in their bedrooms at late hours of the evening. Proposal forms are available from

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Dane Certificate, Barrage, Meatwave, VictorLancaster, Solar Sail

Dane Certificate, Barrage, Meatwave, Victor Lancaster, Solar Sail show @ VIC HOTEL, Brunswick, Friday the 18th of Feb. $4, 9pm, very special.

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electronic music DJ, composer and producer, and promoter based in Seoul, Korea. profile, works, diary and more.

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Sarai - new media initiative (India)

Sarai: the New Media Initiative - a space for research, practice and conversation about the contemporary media and urban constellations. Sarai is based in New Delhi, India. In 1999, the members of Raqs Media Collective were invited to participate in the development of a strategy for the public broadcasting of documentary films in India, a discussion which led to the foundation of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, still the main engine of documentary film production and viewership in India. More significantly for Raqs's own work, this thinking took them into the new debates about knowledge, culture and technology that had become prominent with the rise of the Internet, and led to a search for new forms of production and dissemination of knowledge and cultural material. In 2001 Raqs co-founded Sarai at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies. The word sarai, or caravansarai, common to many Central Asian and Indian languages, refers to the shelters for travellers, sometimes large and extravagant, that traditionally dotted the cities and highways of that part of the world, facilitating travel and commerce but also enabling the exchange of stories and ideas. Serving the function, variously, of research centre, publishing house, cafe, conference centre, cinema, software laboratory and studio for digital art and design, Sarai is striking for its networked structure. Through its institutional partnerships, the research fellowships it provides each year, its residencies for visiting artists, researchers and programmers, multiple email lists, and many informal collaborations, Sarai has developed a large network that allows it to accumulate a vast range of knowledge and opinion from across the world and to make it available in many forms, places and languages. "Cybermohalla", the network of media laboratories established by Sarai in slum areas of Delhi, has led to a particularly impressive collaboration between members of Sarai and groups of young writers, artists and thinkers from these areas; while collaborations with programmers have led to "OPUS", an online experiment in artistic production inspired by the working practices of the free software movement.

TRONICPHOSIS A night of experimental sound+visuals+performance




JIM DENLEY - solo sax, computer with contact mikes

AARON HULL + JULES AMBROISINE - laptops, broken cds and processed errors

UBERCUBE - real time processing of glockenspiel, piano accoridian and vocals

ROBERT SAZDOV - dreamy vocal manipulation and sonic soundscapes

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FurtherStudio - realtime, online digital net art residencies

FurtherStudio is an exploratory, year long project, set up to create online, real-time, net art residencies with three UK-based artists. Each residency lasts for 3 months, during which time the artists need not leave their studio or home environments, as the FurtherStudio web facility offers a public window on the artist's PC desktop as they work.


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