[ISEA98] Introduction: John Fallows & John Brady — Acknowledgments

Introductory Statement

ISEA98 Partners: Liverpool John Moores University, Manchester Metropolitan University, Foundation for Art & Creative Technology (FACT).
The symposium in Liverpool has been made possible through the efforts of a number of people. We would like to thank all those who offered to convene panels, give papers, presentations / demostrations and performances; Professor Cecilia Crighton (Director of Liverpool Art School, Liverpool John Moores University) for her constant and unflinching support of the event; Liverpool Art School Research Committee for its financial support; Paul Beesley, Dawn Fantin, Denise Glinister, Joanne Sharkey, Suzanne Wooding, Nikki Witton at Liverpool John Moores University Corporate Events; Madeleine Fletcher at Liverpool John Moores University Trust Office; Janet Martin at Liverpool John Moores University Corporate Affairs; Liverpool City Council for the reception at St. Georges Hall.

ISEA98 Academic Referees: Jagjit Chuhan, Reader in Cultural Diversity, Liverpool Art School, Liverpool John Moores University, UK; Sean Cubitt, Reader in Video and Media Studies, School of Media, Critical and Creative Arts, Liverpool John Moores Unviersity, UK; Tessa Elliott, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK; Rachel Greene, Administrator of Rhizome, New York, USA; Peter Hagerty, Photographer and Theorist, Liverpool, UK; Dr. Julia Hallam, Lecturer in Communication Studies, University of Liverpool, UK; Alain Mongeau, ISEA Executive Director, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Elisa Oliver, Director of Lecture Programmes, Tate Gallery Liverpool, UK; Niranjan Rajah, University Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia; Merilyn Smith, Professor of Fine Art, Liverpool Art School, Liverpool John Moores University, UK; Ziauddin Sardar, Editor of Futures, London, UK; Dr. Julie Sheldon, Programme Leader Art History, Liverpool Art School, Liverpool John Moores University, UK; Gilane Tawadros, Director of the International Institute of Visual Arts (inIVA), London, UK; Dr. Richard Williams, Lecturer in Contextual Studies, Liverpool Art School, Liverpool John Moores University, UK.
Acknowledgments

Special thanks are due to Yvonne Berger, Chrystelle Leoty and Iliyana Nedkova for conference correspondence and administration; Jon Barraclough, Mike Carney, Gerard Doyle, Mike Dorrian, and Andrew Weatherstone at Nonconform for the design of symposium materials.

  • John Fallows,┬áISEA98 Revolution Symposium Director
  • John Brady,┬áISEA98 Revolution Symposium Research Co-ordinator