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2001.03.06. - kuni, Re: Venice, an option

Subject: Re: Venice, an option
From: kuni
Date: Tue, 06 Mar 2001 21:21:21 +0100

dear vuk,

> In order to shed some quality light on, I have decided to curate a > paralel show where I have invited some people you all might know. The desire > is to contextualize my shit.

brilliant idea.

esp. as any avantgarde later to be known as such needs more but one lonely soldier ;-)

[and for those naive beings who'd assumed at this point the net as such would have been enough context to contextualize wake up. here we are talking about a traditional art world biennial thing]

well, anyway:
> the catalogue of the other show (alexei, rtmark, heath,
> 01010101..., jodi, tom jennings, vinylvideo, vuk)

just in case this is already the list of participants you invited for the other show, it seems to me that the significant other is significantly underrepresented. I mean: 50% of is really poor, isn't it?

is this part of some extra sophisticated ironic strategy - like: 'they' want to represent the absolute net.artist, I will show 'them' that absolute is _really_ matching all the needs for a new avant-garde... ...because avantgarde was, is and will always be "men only"... ...because in times that see more and more people so eager not only to make, but also to write one should not hesitate to meet the needs of traditional art history, that is, a.o., to give people later on the opportunity to ask: "why have there been no great women net.artists?"
...or just
...because, I mean: real and esp. true (that is: the context you named above) definitely was (and is) more or less "men only"?

or do you just want to make some pun on/fun of the good old nettimers, themselves so often (and sooo unwarranted indeed) blamed for being an old boys' club?

in any of the above named cases:

immensely amused:
neither artist, nor net.artist, nor feeling
excluded by any criteria for ;-))
- just: immensely amused, though...
anyway, just in case you need some inspiration as, just
you know, for sure we can help you out with some names
& urls...