We’re having a networking lunch for people working, teaching and researching with or on networked art, literature, media, communication and culture: Thursday 22 Jan, at noon at Spisestedet p H¯yden. If you’re a person like that, in Bergen, please join us! People who tend to turn up to these lunches include Jon Hoem, Jeremy Welsh, Trond Lossius, Hanne-Lovise Skartveit, Thomas Brevik, Carsten Jopp, Susana Hertrich and more. The next net lunch will be on February 6, when Jeremy Yuille‘s in town from Melbourne. He works with sound and computers and sonic design.

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    Lunch
    Lunches are great for meetings. Today me, Gisle Frøysland, Frode Thorsen and Gitte Bastiansen sat down to discuss future plans for our joint project “Cracker”. Two conclusions:

    – When collaborating on projects, you immediately loose control of …

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