I)t's private://public (2000)

live in San Francisco - filesharing Berlin - private://public book presentation and symposium #3 at MAK - Webcasts live@home No.93 - 128 - Generali Foundation Vienna: If only we could tell - rhiz Vienna - VIVA 2/2 Step - Au Ciel CD - Webcast day 92 video at VIVA - live @home 3 vinyl - New Austrian Spotlight University of Marmara - "100 Tage keine Ausstellung" Kunstverein Salzburg - "Drag & Drop" Kunstraum Innsbruck/medien.kunst.tirol - International Deejay Gigolos compilation Volume IV - Kulturzeit - Mekka Frankfurt Offenbach - STR in conversation with Bazon Brock Webcast 102 - Art Frankfurt 2000 - Club Transmediale - Arte / Tracks TV-feature

I_ Private://Public book


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"private://public" - the NEW BOOK by Station Rose plus Guests.

 
ISBN 3-85266-114-5, german & engl; 296 pages
edition selene, Vienna 2000.
 
Station Rose in conversation with Geert Lovink, Petra Klaus & Hans Romanov, Bazon Brock, Birgit Richard, Stefan Weber, Thomas Feuerstein und Josephine Bosma.


can be ordered here:

http://www.amazon.de/Symposium-No-3-private-public/dp/3852661145/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1253791397&sr=8-8


the book "private://public":

Out of a wealth of exciting talks from the past webcasts STR could choose only a few, which are published as transscripts. Instead of vanishing in Cyberspace after a webcast, a selection of these has now been brought to paper. "private://public" is published by Vienna´s edition selene, publisher of STR´s first book, "1st Decade". Artwork and concept of the book is by Station Rose. The mode of production can be called inverse publishing: the conversations took place in the net originally, out of that the book and the symposium have been created. Besides the transcribed conversations STR wrote short texts around the conversations´ featured topics as well as an introduction to webcasting. "private://public" is the first publication of a book in German on this topic realized by artists.


links:

http://www.stationrose.com/private-public/Buch2.html

http://www.stationrose.com/books.html



many thanks to Andy Kaufmann, cause one of his bookcovers inspired us for this one.

book cover & content excerpt