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fibreculture events

Each year, members of the Fibreculture network gather to exchange ideas face to face. While the network is supported by the ephemeral space of the internet, it is sustained by these regular in the flesh get togethers. Members of Fibreculture have also initiated one off events, usually in collaboration with others.

Annual fibreculture meetings

fibreculture meeting 2004
"fibreinfrastructures: collaboration, affect, control" Melbourne, Sunday 5/Monday 6 December 2004
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BEAP 2004
BEAP Distributed-Difference: Cultures of Conflict - Fibreculture will be participating in this year's BEAP conference, Same Difference, to be held in Perth from the 7th of September until September 12th. For more information visit the BEAP website [http://www.beap.org/] and stay tuned to the list for announcements. The BEAP conference will lead into this year's annual Fibreculture meeting.

fibreculture meeting 2003
"fibrepower - currents in Australasian research and culture", Friday night, July 11, and Saturday and Sunday, July 12th and 13th, 2003
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fibreculture meeting 2002
"Networks of Excellence" Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney November 22-24 2002
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fibreculture meeting 2001
"politics of a digital present" Victorian College of the Arts, Treasury Theatre 6 - 8 December, 2001, Melbourne
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Collaborative events

Australian Culture Now 2004 - Tuesday 8 June - Sunday 12 September 2004

Fibreculture is pleased to be participating in Australian Culture Now 2004, a major collaborative project between the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) and the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI). 2004 presents one of the most ambitious surveys of contemporary Australian art and culture in recent history. It has been conceived to explore the breadth and diversity of visual culture as it is being practised in Australia.

2004 presents one of the most ambitious surveys of contemporary Australian art and culture in recent history. It has been conceived to explore the breadth and diversity of visual culture as it is being practised in Australia. Fibreculture is part of Networked:A Survey of Online Art and Culture, curated by media artist, Melinda Rackham.

Visit the website : http://www.acmi.net.au/2004/networked/index.php

What's to be Done? Activism Today - the Melbourne Workshop
An ARTE/ZDF Documentary Series & Fibreculture Initiative

ACMI, Wednesday 10 December, 2003
Key themes: autonomists, multitudes, youth labour in the new media industries and the role of unions, and the local possibilities of
political organisation in relation to the Net.
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