[NetBehaviour] Furtherfield in Support of Ada Lovelace Day
desvirtual at gmail.com
Wed Mar 25 23:46:15 CET 2009
Giselle Beiguelman, media artist, graduate studies in communication and
semiotics - professor, artistic director of Sergio Motta Art and Technology
Jenny Holzer - http://www.jennyholzer.com/
Christiane Paul - too many links...
Ivana Bentes - i could not find anything relevant about her in English....
btw, this is very good: (from the WSF
During her speech Ivana argued that the free media movement has to abandon
its "cry baby" mentality and make full use of all available technologies.
She says that these technologies may have been created within a capitalist
paradigm but they should not be held captive to it. We need to use them to
advance our communities and peoples.
Virginia Woolf - my favorite writer
Clarice Lispector - my favorite writer too
mez breeze - mez is mez. http://www.hotkey.net.au/~netwurker/
(It is difficult not to talk about some/many men .. )
2009/3/23 Tati Wells <tati.xx at gmail.com>
> thank u ruth, list
> here it goes my contribution
> first: presentation.. tatiana wells, free software/media artist and
> activist from brazil http://midiatatica.info + http://contratv.net
> inpired by: the collective body of g2g (BR) http://interfaceg2g.org +
> cindy flores (MX) http://ciberfeminista.org + the collective body of
> retome a tecnologia (BR) http://retomeatecnologia.info brazilian campaign
> about violence against women + the collective body of genderchangers (NL)
> http://www.genderchangers.org inspiring women all over the world to use
> free technologies
> On Sun, Mar 22, 2009 at 4:31 PM, Ruth Catlow <ruth.catlow at furtherfield.org
> > wrote:
>> 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
>> INSPIRED BY:
>> 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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