EIU was asked to particpate in an a film/video showing at ATA (Artists Television Access) in San Francisco. The
theme of the film showing was Info War. EIU provided
preliminary results of I-Bomb tests from its October 1998 operation. The full
program is listed below.
The Digital Revolutionaries vs.
the Techno-Corporate Police State
Thursday, February 4, 1999 8:30 pm
Artists Television Access (ATA)
992 Valencia @ 21st Street
In San Francisco's Mission District
$5 donation requested..
No one turned away for lack of funds
Grab your VR goggles and your palmpilots, kids. This introduction to "the
People vs.the Man via the Machine" makes it easy to visualize smashing the state from
the comfort of your own home! Think of it as a Cyber Riot!
Mike Kavanagh of Agitspin Productions will be curating this
Night On The INFOBAHN! There will be brief announcements on the latest breaking news of
Hacker criminal prosecutions, the encryption battles, the cashless society, surveillance,
privacy, and micro-chip implants. The implications of FBI's new DNA database and the new
porn censorship law - CDA ll, the Online Child Protection Act, pasted last October by
Congress. Also there will be a brief discussion on the emerging HACKTIVISM MOVEMENT.
UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS (USA, 40 Minutes, 1995)
By Anna Lisa Savage An unhyped, honest examination of the Hacker Underground.
ARTMARK - Bringing It To You (USA, 10
A Public Service Announcement from a real corporation sponsoring Industrial Sabotage.
ALSO SHOWING EXCERPTS FROM:
INEVITABLE DILEMMAS OF THE HUMAN
CONDITION (5 minutes, 1998)
Experimental Interaction Unit / www.eiu.org
Results of test firings of the I-BOMB - an EMP pulse device that destroys/disables
HARD DRIVE: A Race Against Time (UK, Channel
Examines the impact of the use of the Internet by the Zapatista Rebels in Chiapas, Mexico.
CYBERPUNK (Australia 1992)
Documents the emerging rebellious digital subculture of Cyberspace. HIGH $TAKES IN
CYBER$PACE (USA, PBS Frontline, 1996)
An examination of the issues of privacy and commerce as the Internet becomes part of the
The Video Activist Network (V.A.N.) is an informal
association of activists and politically conscious artists using video to support social,
economic and environmental justice campaigns. Recent local political demonstrations and
works by V.A.N. members highlight many screenings. All screenings start at 8:30 p.m. at
the Artists' Television Access, 992 Valencia @ 21st Street in San Francisco. Open to the