This site has grown from a series of discussion groups that have been curated by London based sound & movement,research & production unit shinkansen, held at Backspace Internet creation Bureau and funded by the Arts Council of England. We have now expanded this temporal and spatial based project into the virtual realm and intend to create a hyper-text, research-learning tool & communication centre, thus over coming the limitations of time & space, for artist's and creatives whether they know they are or not.
Welcome to the Connectivity on-line forum, enabling communication between arts, culture, technology and social theorists and practitioners.
To be able to participate fully, you will need to register, on the next linked page, to recieve your password and login details (allow a little time for activation), this will allow you to read all the texts, reply, follow links, read members notices, as well as the chance to participate in the Connectivity Debate Forum, held in London, personaly or virtually.
Registration is free, but if you would like to check it out, a few tit-bits there are some hyper-link disabled pages to view prior to joining.
This is a dynamic site which will evolve through input via the discussion group series & the texts generated from these, but many areas rely on individual user input -
so come on & participate, have your say.

Please remember this site will always mutate and expand, not all functions or areas will be available on the above menu immediately or the full range of information, so delve in to revel in the deep knowledge & keep coming back, checking it out and giving us your comments.

Many thanks to Channel
for their hosting facilities.

Arts Council This site, hyper-link research and debating tool, has been made possible with the kind assistance of the Arts Council of Englands Arts, Technology and the Learning Society Initiative (A.T.L.A.S.) fund.

all material © shinkansen 1997/98/99