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International symposium NewMediaLogia - The artist in the world of the new technologies Ways and results of interactivity was held in Moscow in November 1994.

Curators of the lecture course

Olga Shishko, Tatiana Mogilevskaya, Anatoly Prochorov, Kathy Rae Huffman.


Soros Center for Contemporary Arts, Moscow, "ORTA" Company, Moscow, Institute of Technology Art, Association of the new screen technologies of the Union of the Cinema workers, Russian State Tele-Radio-broadcasting Company. With support and under the aegis of Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation.


"New Media Art in Russia":

Vladimir Levashov, Tatyana Mogilevskaya: Media-art in the exhibitions and artistic events. Moscow, 1993-1994

Vladimir Mogilevsky: Practice in the New Media Art Lab, Moscow

Alla Mitrofanova, Sankt-Petersburg: Strategies of subjectivity and new media

Tatyana Didenko: Video - artist - television

Anatoly Prochorov: The history of Russian theory of the new technologies. 1989-1994

Oleg Aranson: Dziga Vertov, Alexander Dovzhenko and perspectives of computer animation

Alexei Orlov: Russian video: Peculiar features, aesthetics, constructions, sense

Sergei Novoseltsev: The history of the technical development of video and computer studios in Russia

Eugeny Peskin: Hypertext, nets, communication projects

Kathy Rae Huffman, Austria - USA: A Western view on the development of the Russian new media art

Michail Kamensky: Marshall McLuhan and Pavel Florensky "Theoretical, philosophical and technical aspects of new media functioning"

Lev Manovich, USA: An archaeology of a computer screen

Geert Lovink, Holland: A general view of hypertext and hypermedia

Erkki Huhtamo, Finland: The historical roots of interactive art

Louis Bec, France: Structure and contents of the educational programs in the field of art and technology

Ryszard Kluszczynski, Poland: Interactive art: problems and perspectives

George Legredy, Hungary - USA: Interface metaphors in the digital archive

Michail Kuznetzov: Virtual reality. Hypertext versus text

Jolanta Ciesielska, Poland: Media-active; some notes about virtual reality (freedom or limitation)

Alexei Orlov: Computografy and multimedia; virtual aspects

Sergei Gurko: Virtual reality and the phonetic alphabet

Presentation of western media festivals

Katarina Gsolpointner, Austria. "Ars Electronica" Maria Pallier, Spain. "Infographic Bilbao" Piotr Krajevskij, Poland. "WRO" festival Alfred Rotert, Germany. "Osnabruck European Media Art Festival" Erkki Huhtamo, Finland. "ISEA'94" and the "MUU Media Festival" Andre Iten, Switzerland. "Saint Gervais Geneve"