[NetBehaviour] Steam

Corrado Morgana corradomorgana at blueyonder.co.uk
Mon Mar 23 13:14:53 CET 2009

You might want to check out Tale of Tales' later stuff, 'The Graveyard' and
'the Path' both available from their own website and also from Steam, online
videogames distribution stream; artgaming/games art, alongside indie and
commercial games, making the distributional leap to large (huge) potential
audiences (I'm not going to say mass market!)

Steam absolutely rocks...


-----Original Message-----
From: netbehaviour-bounces at netbehaviour.org
[mailto:netbehaviour-bounces at netbehaviour.org] On Behalf Of Ruth Catlow
Sent: 22 March 2009 7:31 PM
To: NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity
Subject: [NetBehaviour] Furtherfield in Support of Ada Lovelace Day

Hi Netbehaviourists,

In support of Ada Lovelace Day (highlighted by Marc and discussed a
couple of weeks back) we are inviting all women who work in media arts
and net art, who are not already subscribed, to join the NetBehaviour
email list for a week between 23rd and 30th March. 

We are asking them to squat the list for a week (of course we hope
they'll stick around for longer:) and tell us about their work and that
of other women who have inspired them in their own practice. 

This is not a separatist excercise; we want to hear from all of you so
don't hold back.

Posts are welcome in any length, format and frequency and we are not
worrying about repeats or gaps. The following is offered as an example.

MY NAME: Ruth Catlow

URL: http://www.furtherfield.org/display_user.php?ID=14


Ele Carpenter - http://www.elecarpenter.org.uk/ for tech inspired and
facilitated participation with Open Source Embroidery, her curatorial
project exploring artists practice that explores the relationship
between programming for embroidery and computing.

Auriea Harvey - for her part with Entropy8Zuper in early intimate
networked performances http://entropy8zuper.org/wirefire and for Endless
Forest, Tale of Tales's bucolic social screensaver

Mary Flanagan - for her energetic explorations as academic, educator,
artist and programmer at the intersection of games, art and feminism
and exploring collaborative approaches to thinking about values in


At the end of the week we will collate all of the posts in the thread
and feature them on Furtherfield.org. 

With all best wishes from

Ruth and the Furtherfield crew


*Ada Lovelace Day -bringing women in technology to the fore
sign a pledge to blog about inspirational women in tech on 24th March.

Furtherfield.org http://furtherfield.org

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