R: [-empyre-] Eco Art - prescriptive vs personal

Timothy Murray tcm1 at cornell.edu
Fri Apr 4 14:26:33 EST 2008

>Thanks, Luigi, for sending along your links and for contributing so 
>importantly to the discourse regarding ecoart.  We're very hopeful 
>that this month long discussion will add many resources to your 
>blog, as has already happened during this first fascinating day.


Renate and Tim

>Britta and Rebecca,
>thanx a million for introducing such an important work and sustaining the
>eco approach to art.
>I'm very passionate in all of that and - apart from a couple of works of
>mine about art+technology+ecology www.artificialia.com/CG and
>www.artificialia.com/Fatherboard - I've recently decided to start up a small
>website in which to refer to all the works and infos regarding eco art.
>The blog is quite rough at the moment, and it shows news in both italian and
>(mostly) english. On the other hand we're quite keen and constant in
>collecting infos, analyzing and publishing them. In other words, by now, it
>is no more than a database. Whatever... I'm going to publish infos about the
>installation and I'd love to take the chance to ask to all of the empyre
>members to notify us at info at ecotronica.net about news in this specific
>(digital/electronic art and ecology) field.
>My best regards,
>			Luigi Pagliarini
>empyre forum
>empyre at lists.cofa.unsw.edu.au

Timothy Murray
Professor of Comparative Literature and English
Curator, The Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art, Cornell Library
Director of Graduate Studies in Comparative Literature
Director of Graduate Studies in Film and Video
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