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Daniel van derVelden

Daniel van der Velden is a graphic designer and writer. He graduated from the Willem de Kooning Academy, and studied in Maastricht at the Jan van Eyck Academie under Michael Rock, Armand Mevis, Paul Elliman, Karel Martens and Jan van Toorn.

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Gregg Bordowitz

Gregg Bordowitz is a film and video maker and writer whose works have been shown at the Guggenheim New York, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and Centre d'Art Contemporain de Grenoble.

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Elias Muhanna

Elias Muhanna is the writer of Qifa Nabki [?ki-f? ?neb-k?] a blog about Lebanese politics, history, and culture. He is a PhD student in Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations at Harvard University. He works on classical Arabic literature, Islamic social and intellectual history, and has published on subjects ranging from medieval encyclopaedism to travel literature, to the material culture of the pre-modern Mediterranean world.

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David Cox

David Cox is an award winning film-maker, digital media artist, writer, and cultural critic who has lived and worked in Britain, the United States and Australia. His films include OTHERZONE, PUPPENHEAD and BIT. He obtained his Masters Degree in 2003 from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Australia. He holds a Graduate Diploma in Applied Film and Television (with Honors) in 1990 from Melbourne's Swinburne School of Film and Television. He also holds a Bachelor of Education degree from Deakin University, Australia.

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California Department of Corrections

The California Department of Corrections (CDC) has established an organizational structure which provides for efficient and effective management of all facets of advertising to include care, treatment, discipline, training, and employment.

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    Rachel Baker

    Rachel Baker is a network artist based in London. Between 1991 and 1996 she attended art colleges including Exeter College Of Art and Design, Newport School of Art and Design, and Goldsmiths College where she completed an MA in Design Futures, studying internet + audio communications and pseudo-interactive marketing.

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      Tactics of Protest Now 

      This discussion explores tactical media in contemporary culture and social movements. In response to a deep economic, political, and cultural crisis, new social movements are challenging the dominant political and economic order. Tactical media, David Garcia says, has emerged through, 'the impact of the rise of small-scale DIY media, tools and networks in art, social and political activism, and the rise of new social movements.' How can tactical media connect with and re-contextualise the traditional methods of propaganda and create new alternative forms of action for the future?

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      Dark Markets 

      Dark Markets is a two day strategic conference that looked into the state of the art of media politics, information technologies, and theories of democracy. A variety of international speakers inquired into strategies of oppositional movements and discussed the role of new media.

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      Crisis / Media 

      Sarai-Waag Workshop at Sarai-CSDS, Delhi March 3-5, 2003

      "The hottest place in hell is reserved for those who tried to stay neutral in times of crisis..."
      - The Inferno, Dante Alighieri

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      Marko Peljhan

      Born 1969 in Nova Gorica, Slovenia, Peljhan in 1992 graduated from the Academy for Theatre, Radio, Film and Television in Ljubljana. Also in 1992 he founded the arts organization 'Projekt Atol' and in 1995 Project Atol`s technological branch 'Pact Systems' (Projekt Atol Communication Technologies) in the frame of which he carries out research in the fields of performance, technology applications, radio, sound, video, film, lectures and situations.

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      A Virtual World is Possible: From Tactical Media to Digital Multitudes 

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      We start with the current strategy debates of the so-called 'anti-globalisation movement', the biggest emerging political force for decades. In Part II we will look into strategies of critical new media culture in the post-speculative phase after dotcommania. Four phases of the global movement are becoming visible, all of which have distinct political, artistic and aesthetic qualities.

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      Next 5 Minutes 1 

      The Next Five Minutes is a conference, exhibition and tv program taking place between 8th and 10th January 1993 in Amsterdam, that wants to leave behind the rigid dichotomy between the mainstream, commercial and national tv on one hand and  marginal independent tv on the other. Although these differences may still be important, N5M wants to focus on tv-makers crossing the borders of tv-making and going into the spaces that the tv-world still has to offer.

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      Derrick de Kerckhove

      Derrick de Kerckhove is the former director of the McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology.  He received his PhD. in French Language and Literature  from the University of Toronto and a Doctorat du 3e cycle in Sociology of Art from the University of Tours. From 1972 to 1980 he was an associate of the Centre for Culture and Technology and worked with Marshall McLuhan for over ten years as translator, assistant and co-author.

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