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Developments on participation front of ART01

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ART01 has come to the point where two participants can not make it. In the case of Ricardo Palmieri from Brazil a carefully managed plan of bringing him first to Croatia to take part at cultural events that would pay the ticket and rest for his participation at ART01 Berlin was interfered with 2 things: his exhibition in Brazil and price of the tickets which sky-rocketed presumably because of this or that football championship taking place at that time of the year. Guy van Belle cannot make it as he will be in Belgium on meeting for Time Inventors Cabinet meeting. Both of them will be participating remotely with informations from those two events.

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Other participants are coming in the project. Barbara Hubert is part of Cal.me organization from Bratislava, originally from Austria. She will be helping a great deal with all FOSS inputs and outputs. Also, she will be working with questioning our perspectives on living/working/common/private space, which is partly question of ART01envisioned as TAZ in the ContentArt gallery. Maria Karaginani from Greece, living in Rotterdam will partly be working with sensors and partly with databases and questions of open contents and licensing. Glerm Soares from Brazil was supposed to be at ART01but is lost in the virtual world somewhere. His case can be explained with the story from Brazil that goes something like this: when a person goes to meet another person, and second person is not there, first person doesn’t say he haven’t met the second one, but he says he met second persons absence. Pedro Zaz originally from Portugal, living in Berlin was always into TAZ and will be there for visual and sound extravaganza. Also, Pod P, USA freedomfighter living in Berlin will be there with pirate cinema and helping hand.

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