adonnaM.mp3 - Filesharing, the Hidden Revolution in the Internet
The exhibition "adonnaM.mp3 – File sharing, the hidden revolution in the Internet", runs from 20th March to 20th April 2003 at the Museum of Applied Arts and is being held in co-operation with the Museum für Kommunikation (Museum of Communication) in Frankfurt. "adonnaM.mp3" opening hours: Tue. - Sun. from 10.00 - 20.00.
The exhibition "adonnaM.mp3" is concerned with the phenomenons of audio filesharing, peer-to-peer-networking and the mp3-standard. It analyses the drastic changes which the use of this digital tool is effecting in society, the economy, art and design. File sharing is revealed as a contemporary vehicle that provides the basis for a new means of communication and is also an instrument of creative expression. Selected designerworks about the mp3-topic are enhancing the exhibition with sensual facets.
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PRESS PREVIEW Wednesday 19/03/2003, 11.00 a.m.
department digitalcraft, Museum für Angewandte Kunst Frankfurt (Schaumainkai 17)
Wednesday 19/03/03, 20.00 h
department digitalcraft, Museum für Angewandte Kunst Frankfurt
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Schneider, Direktor of the Museum für Angewandte Kunst
Dr. Helmut Gold, Direktor of the Museum für Kommunikation
Franziska Nori, project leader digitalcraft
directly following: "adonnaM-mp3"-Lounge
at the Museum für Kommunikation Frankfurt (Schaumainkai 53)
MP3-deejaying with *pPlaylist, presentation of the workshops, drinks & talks
Special event at the "Long Night of the Museums":
”Wunschdisko” (request disco) with Mario Gaetano
Saturday 29/03/03, 22.00 - 01.00 h at the Museum für Angewandte Kunst Frankfurt
WORKSHOPS: ”Digital Musician” at the Museum für Kommunikation
For registration and further information please contact: Museum für Kommunikation, Schaumanikai 53, Frankfurt, phone 069 - 6060-0
Wed., 14.00 - 15.15 and 15.30 - 17.00
Sun., 15.00 - 16.15 and 16.30 - 18.00
"adonnaM.mp3" is being held in co-operation with the Museum für Kommunikation (Museum of Communication) in Frankfurt.
The exhibition is supported by our partner Micronas.
Furthermore we would like to thank Steinberg Media Technologies, the Musikmesse Frankfurt and the designbureau trois deluxe.