Mark Tribe
Since 2004
Works in New York, New York United States of America

Mark Tribe is an artist whose work explores the intersection of media technology and politics. His photographs, installations, videos, and performances are exhibited widely, including recent solo projects at Momenta Art in New York, the San Diego Museum of Art, G-MK in Zagreb, and Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions. Tribe is the author of two books, The Port Huron Project: Reenactments of New Left Protest Speeches (Charta, 2010) and New Media Art (Taschen, 2006), and numerous articles. He is Chair of the MFA Fine Arts Department at School of Visual Arts in New York City. In 1996, Tribe founded Rhizome, an organization that supports the creation, presentation, preservation, and critique of emerging artistic practices that engage technology.
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Media Art Teaching Job in Singapore!

Mon Mar 31, 2003 18:49

Senior Lecturer / Lecturer - Media Arts

LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts, South-east Asia's foremost creative arts training institution, seeks suitable candidates for academic positions in Media Arts. The College is looking for dynamic and enterprising media arts practitioners with demonstrated expertise in new media art, technology and education. As a faculty member, you will be encouraged to continue your professional practice and research with staff benefits including professional practice leave.

The dynamic nature of media arts offers exciting opportunities for artists who make art using new technologies. The media arts programme is an interdisciplinary studio-based programme that emphasizes the development of creative, practical and conceptual skills, supported by related theoretical and historical studies. It is particularly focused on the exploring the relationship between art and technology with a fine art perspective. The programme seeks not only to remain relevant to industries and contemporary art practices but also to lead them into new directions by providing creative insights through its research initiatives.



Fwd: "I am Technology" >< War + Technology = Humanity + Peace = "LOVE"

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>Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2003 22:34:59 -0800
>From: "Dream Circus Theatre (DCT)" <>
>Subject: "I am Technology" >< War + Technology = Humanity + Peace = "LOVE"
>click on image for website
>click on image for website
>Zion City Presents;
>am Technology"
>Friday April 25th
>Hosted by Electric Grass-hopper & Fudgee-Bear
>"Live Musical Acts & DJ's to altercate your mind"
>Motherboard Board:
>Golden Buddha "LIVE"
>Mark Trance (deep)
>Christian (whump, dream circus)
> pSyTrip (lotu5;psionica LA:SF)
>Wolfie (night gallery)
>CPU Processing:
>Shayn Almeida (spundae, dream circus)
>Brian x Brad (moontribe)
>Petey (moontribe)
>Johnny (feel free)
>Twist's spoken Digital Ritual
>(learning party)
>Virtual Memory RAM: Hosted by green sector
>Jon Mark (mind modem, soul resonance)
>Wyse (green sector)
>Ricardo (green sector)
> Kiva (green sector)
>Final level Sequence:
>De Ed (dream circus, Q )
>Mailen (dream circus)
>Koristo ( Mosaic Rhythms)
>OBIT (dream circus)
>Performance by
>Circus Theatre
>"Let The Games Begin"
>Humans and Virtual Programs characters, flying trapeze aerial Viruses are
>in the game.
>The Virus Queen and Anti Virus King fight to control the Orb of Light. The
>Virus Queen and her
>Viruses try to stop the real human from getting to the next level of the
>Robot Within (Dream Circus Theatre)
>Special Performances:
> Anahata & the Urban Gypsy Dancer's performing Electro-Exotica
>EGG (genre)
>The Dip in Technological Breakdown
>Lighting Design in Real Time via Brian Waves
>Aerial Arts by Ray (Dream Circus Aerial Arts School)
>Mac "Daddy" Downs (Maker) & James Peterson (art & contraptions)
>Set Design, Art Installations
>Artists & Builders:
> Gregg Egg (Solids)
>Twisteye (illusions n 3D)
> pEaT (World Wide Anti-Clown)
>Steve the Bear (Dream Circus Theatre) Alter Master
>"Come and see the technological wonders of mankind"
>Bubble Pods and Video Graphics
>Technology Art Installations
>Advanced Video Projections
>Technogolgy Laser Show
>Roaming technology performers, impromptu trapeze techno show and much, more!
>"This is the Event of the Year"
>Don't miss this one!!!!
>Technology Costumes Encouraged!
>Don't be afraid to be who you are!
>Robotics and Advanced Technologies welcome!
>Computer Geeks welcome!
>Techies welcome!
>Robots welcome!
>Qtopia, Set Pirates, Remix Magazine, Red Bull
>1st. Level: $15.00-SOLD OUT
>2nd. Level: $20.00-On Sale! NOW
>3rd. Level: $25.00
>Pre Sale Locations:
>DMC Records- 7619 Melrose Ave, Hollywood (323) 651-3520
> Higher Source- 9122 Adams Ave, Huntington Beach (714) 965-5997
>Green Sector-2400 Main St, Santa Monica (310) 450-1484
>Green Sector-19641 Ventura Blvd, Tarzana (818) 705-7669
>Internet-Groove Tickets:
>now limited internet $15 tickets!!!
>Pre SaleTix Available:
>by phone: # 877.71.GROOVE (47668)
>This Event Will Sell Out!
>Capacity: 1300
>Friday April 25th
>9pm-4am (After-hours for members only)
> Qtopia
>6021 Hollywood Blvd.
>To receive updated info call & leave email:

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Fwd: [thingist] Reuters war Webcasts

Courtesy of Ricardo Dominguez:

>NEW YORK (CBS.MW) -- Reuters launched an Internet service Wednesday to
>offer unnarrated war-related video footage and live news conferences,
>government briefings and other events.
>The service is free but is expected to become a paid offering in the
>future, the company said.
>The new offering
>"captures the scale of Reuters editorial operation and unrivaled
>expertise of our reporting team in and around Iraq," said Rich Sabreen,
>an executive vice president at Reuters (RTRSY). He said the news service
>has 150 journalists in the Middle East covering the Iraq story.
>Reuters does not plan to make the channel a fulltime venture after an
>Iraq conflict's end. The "raw video" service is expected to be made
>available "from time to time in conjunction with specific activities and
>world events," the company said.
>t h i n g i s t
>message by "ricardo dominguez" <>
>archive at
>info: send email to
>and write "info thingist" in the message body


share @ the kitchen

share <> is a participatory sound event that has been
taking place at open air, a bar in nyc, most sunday nights for the past
couple of years. last night and tonight they did their thing at the
kitchen, an old-school alternative space in nyc with a black box theater
and a good sound system. the idea is anybody can show up with a laptop and
make music or video. the signals are mixed down into a beautiful chaotic
flow of sounds and images. tonight there were maybe thirty artists
participating: mostly laptops, but also an analog oscillator, an electric
guitar, a thumb piano... it was wonderful.


"Share Mobile" @ The Kitchen

Sat Mar 15, 2003 00:00 - Wed Mar 12, 2003

From: "o.blaat"

This month brings an exciting new phase for "Share": our
first "Share Mobile" event, where we throw a massive open
jam at a special location! That, plus a full month of
our regular Sunday 8-hour events, exceeds your quota for
spontaneous collaborative media. Happy Sharing!
if you are not around in town, you can stream from &/or join the chat at during the event!!

SHARE MOBILE: (@the kitchen)

We're building more snakes, arranging for more channels of audio and video, and finalizing our procedures for "Share Mobile": setting up multi-channel audio and video at a special location and throwing a massive open jam.

We're working with The Kitchen ( to throw our first mobile event in their large theater/media space, on two consecutive nights as part of their annual electronic music festival. We'll have 8 audio stations and 3 video stations, each with several inputs. The stations accept XLR, 1/4", S-Video, and composite RCA

Friday March 14 and Saturday March 15, 7-11 p.m. (seveneleven!;) for both nites @The Kitchen, 512 w 19th st (btwn 10th & 11th ave) NYC.

Hrvatski will join us for a featured set on Sat. March 15th.

The Kitchen has agreed that all participants will be let in free, as has always been the case at Share (there will be a $10 suggested donation for other audience)
Everyone is invited to bring down some portable A/V gear and take part in the fun. As always, show up early for the best chance to participate.

For full details and a schematic, see