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03.24.2010
This Week’s Show

Interview with Natasha Florentino

Natasha discusses “Rezoning Harlem” — the documentary she produced
with fellow IMA student Tamara Gubernat

Audio piece: “The Sound of Poker” by Liz Knafo

Liz: “For this piece I interviewed a man who makes his living playing
online poker. I wanted to document the sound of the digital
interfaces/environments that he spends the majority of his time
interacting with and sustaining himself by.”

Second EYEscreen

Come join us in room 504HN for our second scheduled EYEscreen, a screening of work from your fellow students in the IMA program on Friday, March 26th at 8:30. If you would like to have your work screened, either bring a DVD to the screening or drop it in my box in the Submarine (aka grad lounge). As always, we will screen anything that you want your fellow students to see. Works under 30 minutes are preferable although we will screen at least one longer work on a first come, first served basis (so it would be best to let me know before the 26th if you have a longer work to screen). As always, we will have food and drink. So mark your calendars. Friday, March 26th from 8:30pm until the last work is shown in room 504HN.

Location: 504 Hunter North
Date & Time: March 26th – 8:30 PM

Congrats to IMA Alumna Angela Ferraiolo

Angela Ferraiolo, IMA 2009, has been named an Electronic Writing
Fellow at Brown University, where she will continue working with
interactive text and video. A two year appointment, the Electronic
Writing Fellowship works across the Literary Arts program at Brown and
the Digital Media program at the Rhode Island School of Design. In the
early sixties, Ted Nelson developed the hyperlink here while working
on Literary Machines. In 1989, the experimental writer Robert Coover
taught the first-ever hypertext literature course. Former Electronic
Writing Fellows include Noah Wardrip-Fruin, Brian Kim-Stefans, Ian
Hatcher, and John Cayley, who now directs the program.