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Brazilian media art at ZKM


Congratulations Gisele et al!

the exhibition's been extended through October....

02.09.

DISCUSSION

the Gates of Paradise on artsjournal.com


Just found surfing: a very lovely review by John Perreault of SF
pdf = meister and 'visual poet' David Daniels and his "Gates of
Paradise"

http://www.artsjournal.com/artopia/#107491

"The great thing of course is that you can see/read The Gates of
Paradise on your computer (and two more recent cycles). Or print the
pages out one at a time and read them, or hang them on your wall and
read them there. They are pictures you hear when you read them. The
Years (in color) is autobiographical -- as if The Gates is not -- but
has an entry for the year 2133 that begins "YOU KNOW? IT'S NOT SO BAD
BEING DEAD? YOU DON'T HAVE TO WORK?"

www.thegatesofparadise.com

David Daniels, in connection with the exhibition of the UbuWeb
Collection at the new Oliver Kamm/5BE Gallery (621 West 27th Street,
to October 14)

www.UbuWeb.com

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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: regarding the On Colaboration reblog on the Rhiz front page


Patrick

hi,

interesting, not sure how you mean this:

>> maybe its to do with something around intention and if
>> collaboration with "not art" inevitably means the work is
>> completed or is successful in terms which art cannot reach...

, that the projects resulting from the UK sci-art funding , tend
towards a semiotics e. g.

'in terms of'

>> in terms which art cannot reach...

?

would enjoy further elaboration

c

On Sep 15, 2006, at 6:33 AM, Patrick Simons wrote:

> Pall et al
>
> Isn't there another thread, which is the collaboration with
> science/ soft engineering for funding reasons?
> Sci-art funding has been one of the main commisioning sources ion
> the U.K. for years and has resulted in a lot of technology as
> spectacle work here, kind of "end of the pier" work, which is IMO
> the very stuff Pall is referring to.
>
> The collaboration with other fields of cultural production nearly
> always seems to produce work which is lacking in some way for me,
> maybe thats my taste buds talking or maybe its to do with something
> around intention and if collaboration with "not art" inevitably
> means the work is completed or is successful in terms which art
> cannot reach...
>
>
>
>
>
>
> wrote:
>
>> Calm down - just a joke
>>
>>
>> Charlie Gere
>> Reader in New Media Research
>> Director of Research
>> Institute for Cultural Research
>> Lancaster University Lancaster LA1 4YL UK
>> Tel: +44 (0) 1524 594446
>> E-mail: c.gere@lancaster.ac.uk
>> http://www.lancs.ac.uk/fss/cultres/staff/gere.php
>>
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: owner-list@rhizome.org [mailto:owner-list@rhizome.org] On
>> Behalf
>> Of Pall Thayer
>> Sent: 13 September 2006 14:18
>> To: list@rhizome.org
>> Subject: RHIZOME_RAW: Re: Re: regarding the On Colaboration reblog on
>> the Rhiz front page
>>
>> I don't recall anyone saying that you are "just" a theorist and
>> see no
>> reason to continue misinterpreting something for the sake of
>> maintaining
>> some imagined animosity from my end.
>>
>> Pall
>>
>> wrote:
>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>> They should. ;-) I studied programming in C and Java intensively on
>>> the
>>> Compiting In Art & Design course at MDX in the mid-nineties, and
>> have
>>> continued learning since.
>>>
>>>
>>> For those following the so-called 'Charlie' thread, it might be of
>>> interest that so did I, though a little earlier, before Java, and
>>> using greenscreen command line dumb terminals connected to a Vax
>> VMS
>>> and then a Silicon Graphics Iris
>>>
>>> Mind you unlike Rob I don't still use or learn such things 'cos I
>> am
>>> now just a theorist
>>>
>>> Charlie Gere
>>> Reader in New Media Research
>>> Director of Research
>>> Institute for Cultural Research
>>> Lancaster University Lancaster LA1 4YL UK
>>> Tel: +44 (0) 1524 594446
>>> E-mail: c.gere@lancaster.ac.uk
>>> http://www.lancs.ac.uk/fss/cultres/staff/gere.php
>>>
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NYTimes.com: The Tyranny of Fear


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OPINION | August 17, 2006
Op-Ed Columnist: The Tyranny of Fear
By BOB HERBERT
All the authorities have to do nowadays is claim that a case is linked to terror and they can get away with just about anything.
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Locative Media on http://virose.pt


http://www.virose.pt/

edited by Miguel Leal

July 2006 issue vector #05

with Jordan Crandall,

Precision + Guided + Seeing

Ana Boa-Ventura,

The rise of the 'location-aware' generation,

and

Christina McPhee with Amy Wiley

La Conchita mon amour: