petiteMort issue03: Something from Nothing

Posted by Antonio Serna | Tue Jul 26th 2005 12:14 a.m.

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PETITEMORT - "SOMETHING from NOTHING"
ISSUE no. 03, Summer 2005 - 6 new stories ONLINE NOW!
http://www.petitemort.org
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#23 - E P H E M E R A L A N G E L // ARCANGEL CONSTANTINI ARTIST/CURATOR
We discuss with Arcangel Constantini the evolution of his HTML wrestling
matches called Infomera. We also discuss the pros and cons of being a
net-artist and curator in Mexico City. Through his promotion and support for
Latin American digital art and culture he has proven that you can make
something from immaterial ones and zeros...
http://www.petitemort.org/issue03/23_ephemeral-arcangel

#24 - C O D E W A R R I O R S // HTML WRESTLING ON THE WILLD WILD WEB
An essay on the experience of Infomera aka HTML wrestling written in two
parts by the editor of petiteMort, a.k.a. Muserna...
http://www.petitemort.org/issue03/24_code-warriors

#25 - T R A S H T A L K // W/PHOTOGRAPHER DANWEN XING
I first saw her work in the pages of Wired magazine of all places. Her 2004
work disCONNEXION was series of photos taken of mostly American garbage dump
sites in south-eastern China. This interview outlines a path from her humble
beginging in China, to the west, and then back, where she lives and works
today...
http://www.petitemort.org/issue03/25_danwen-xing

#26 - J A M M I N G - O U T T O R A T R I T M O S // W/MATMOS
Leave it to the experimental duo Matmos to find the rhythm in rats, extract
music from human auras, and conjure up the musical spirits in instruments...
These secrets and more are revealed as we interviewed them via the
pan-american phone lines from New York to San Francisco...
http://www.petitemort.org/issue03/26_matmos

#27 - U T I L I T Y F O G // THE NEBULOUS EMERGENCE OF NANO-ART
Forget for a moment about massive art and the generally lauded
“bigger-is-better” approach to making art. In this day and technological age
“small” is being declared the next big thing. This would make a prefix
“nano” the latest buzz attaching itself like a linguistic parasite to
everything from industrial coatings to stain-resistant pants to tomorrow’s
masterpieces...
http://www.petitemort.org/issue03/27_nanoart

#28 - M U S I C A F O R M O S A // 3 TAIWAN INDIES
They say Taiwan has the largest species of exotic flowers in Asia. Well the
same can be said about it's music scene which we explored last spring on the
Isla Formosa [Portugese: beautiful island]. As an mini-sampler we chose
three bands:
Bad Daughter (WWR), Nipples (WWR), Natural Q (A Good Day).
http://www.petitemort.org/issue03/28_musica-formosa

* New Wikipedia links through-out site!
* New nav buttons so you can surf smoothly from story to story.
* BANDAOKE, we will return in ourt next issue!
* As always, we are looking for contributors, email us.

Cheers,
Editors@petiteMort.org
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