not TV is an online arts environment.
not TV now an environment used to explore the possibility of internationally accessible art viewed in part or in whole on the Internet.
It has the capabilities to web cast images live and as pre-recorded video streams over the Internet at a rate that makes it possible to be viewed on a 56k modem at 100 stations anywhere in the world at any one time.
not TV is commited to promoting and facilitation the creation of work made in part or in whole to be shown via the Internet.
Work shown on the Internet is available to anyone with access to the world wide web, not TV is an international exhibiting space.
On this site is archives of previous events and Being There a project that took place earlier this year. For future projects and events please contact us.
About us Not-TV
Webber Amy Cunningham
Webber and Amy
With Thanks to: Michael Duffy, Susan Collins, Jon Thomson,
Lewis Grantham- Multimedia support UCL
Slade centre for electronic
All participants of Not-TV
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contact us: email@example.com
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Raphael Di Luzio
Crankbunny / Norma V Toraya
Lewis La Cook
Parker Crook timetable
From 1st May – mid July
Not TV’s Being There:
Is an online exhibition to explore the overlap of physical and on-line space.
Not TV facilitates the creation of artworks that are made specifically in part
or in whole for the Internet.
Being There can be viewed from any internet portal any where in the world.
Featuring: Tina La Porta, Victor Vina, Fiona Jackson-Downes,
Doron Golan, Crankbunny, Shirin Kouladjie, Mark Jackson-Downes, Brad Brace, Gregory
Chatonsky, Raphael DiLuzio, Lewis LaCook, Eugenia Fratzeskou, Laura Floyd, Amy
Cunningham, Emily Webber
The project and web site will launch with a party in London on 1st May, then a
new artist will be showcased once a week on a Thursday.
Please see Being There for more
If you are interested in showing work on not TV, then please email emily Webber
night of not-TV 13.12 .00
Curtain a night at the Bloomsbury Theatre 16.02.01
and video evening 20.03.01
Cunningham: Delayed 28.11.01
Curtain 2 Epics for now,now 08.02.02
2 11.06.02 links
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The Slade Centre for electronic Media
but the truth
with artists, critical poets and net-nomads to reinvent the worlds that straddle
earthly and digital zones
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