[-empyre-] Fwd: DICTIONARY OF WAR IN NOVI SAD: Video recordings ready for downloading

Gianni Wise gana at iinet.net.au
Sat Feb 2 14:54:06 EST 2008

tks .. esp Martha Rosler's <Torture, terror, tranquility>.  Her  
analysis is a sharp as it always has been. Metahaven's <Wall>  
contributes an intersting point with: A conflict (or war) of  
projections, virtual placeholders, where the enemy is designed as an  
image that will never actualize"

Gianni Wise


On 02/02/2008, at 2:39 AM, School of Missing Studies wrote:

> FYI all---
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>> From: "Centar za nove medije_kuda.org" <office at kuda.org>
>> Date: February 1, 2008 7:03:39 AM EST
>> To: office at kuda.org
>> Subject: DICTIONARY OF WAR IN NOVI SAD: Video recordings ready for  
>> downloading
>> Reply-To: "Centar za nove medije_kuda.org" <office at kuda.org>
>> DICTIONARY OF WAR IN NOVI SAD: Video recordings ready for downloading
>> A week after the fifth edition of DICTIONARY OF WAR, held on  
>> January 25. and 26. 2008 in Novi Sad, video recordings of all 25  
>> concepts are available for download at: http://dictionaryofwar.org/ 
>> en-dict/v2v
>> 25 new concepts on the issue of a war presented in alphabet order  
>> during two days event in Novi Sad are now available to the bigger  
>> audience. Video recordings from the fifth DICTIONARY OF WAR have  
>> joined already existing, unique topic-based multimedia archive of  
>> 100 concepts, which have been presented during four previous  
>> events by artists, filmmakers, scientists and researchers. Loosely  
>> based on the slogan: "At least, when we create concepts, we are  
>> doing something" DICTIONARY OF WAR is a collaborative platform for  
>> creating concepts.
>> The entire video documentation is realized on the basis of Open  
>> Source technology and open content distribution. This is to  
>> guarantee true cross platform compatibility and a maximum of  
>> sustainability and accessibility rather than promoting proprietary  
>> video formats that run only on certain operating systems and are  
>> designed in order to exclude those who use competitive products  
>> let alone Free and Open Source software. Video files of the  
>> DICTIONARY OF WAR are shared by thousands of users worldwide who  
>> download the material for educational or research purposes and  
>> remix it in various new contexts.
>> Detailed instructions for download of the files with screenshots  
>> for various operating systems you can find on: http:// 
>> dictionaryofwar.org/en-dict/videohowto
>> Distribution network V2V (http://v2v.cc), which has been setting  
>> up over the past four years turns out as a stable and reliable  
>> environment for syndicating huge amounts of data which makes  
>> important difference to use of corporate, proprietary technology  
>> and a centralized distribution mode.
>> More informations at: http://dictionaryofwar.org or info[at] 
>> dictionaryofwar.org and office[at]kuda.org
>> DICTIONARY OF WAR is project by Multitude e.V. Berlin and  
>> Unfriendly Takeover Frankfurt am Main, and it is locally organized  
>> by New Media Center_kuda.org Novi Sad (www.kuda.org) in  
>> collaboration with “Zavod za kulturu Vojvodine” and Radio Novi  
>> Sad. The project in Serbia is supported by Ministry of Culture and  
>> Education of Province Vojvodina, Fond for Open Society, Goethe  
>> Institute Belgrad, Austrian Cultural Forum Belgrade and The Royal  
>> Netherlands Embassy in Belgrade.
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