12 Wexner Center kicks out the jams . Telematic exhibit serves
uo mixed greens . UN report shows digital divide widening .
Sputik7's Epitonic grab maes sense . Pinknoises celebrates the
music behind the women . Digital art gets its big-time propers .
Sundance Online generates so-so buzz . Programmers featured at
DIY festival . What Willam Blake and Pope Pius IX have in common.
Digital animation team Shynola has best British bands camped outside
their London flat eating kebabs, begging for a video. By Hanh Bui
28 Site Specific
SFMOMA and web design firm Perimetre-Flux draw a fine line between
Net art and the virtual gallery with 010101. By Glen Helfand
30 Mobile Report
Two new awards hope to gain e-books the respect they think they
deserve. By Michael Burger
The Burning Man festival is months away, but a multimedia artist with
unlimited funds would do well to start gearng up now. By David Kushner
Pete Townshend, Donovan McNabb, Wim Ouboter, Dominic Bangera,
Tim Gilmer and the School of Library Information Sciences at the
University of Alberta, Canada offer insight into the word "mobile."
Mark Kitchens was Bill Clinton's new media watchdog. Reached at the
West Wing during the administration's final days, Kitchens look back
on the rise of the Internet press and its mark on history.
Wireless technology became part of the monkey-wrencher's toolbox at
the "Battle of Seattle," but it was at Dubya's inauguration where it
proved its mettle. By Nick Mamatas
Nomad art movements explore the international wireless set and
chronic tourists' insatiable need to watch. By Carly Berwick
Audio-visual is drawing artist across digital media into a multisensory
pursuit of the groove. By Tricia Romano
60 Mobile Homer
Architecture's odissey past spatial and material motion includes
temporal, funstional and social shifts. By Douglas Heingartner
66 The Great Communicators
In 1945 Arthur C.Clarke calculated that satellites placed in the right
orbit at the right altitude would change everything. By Frank Houston
Panamarenko's experimental flying machines reflect the promises of
their different eras. Plus: Jello show breaks the mold.
High art meets hi-fi on quintophonic Immersion. Plus:Le Tigre's From
the Desk of Mr.Lady and Ladytron's 604
Film shorts' migration to handheld devices is stuck in a grainy holding
pattern. Plus: Carl Sagan's Cosmos series is now available to billions
and billions on DVD.
Damien Broderick's The Spike: How Our Lives Are Being Transformed by
Rapidly Advancing Technologies. Maud Lavin's Clean New World: Culture,
Politics and Graphic Design.