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BIO
A. Andreas, given name Andreas Maria Jacobs (NL 1956) is an artist, writer and editor, studied physics and mathematics at the University of Amsterdam NL, electronic and computer music at the State University Utrecht NL and holds a BSc. in software engineering, University of Applied Sciences - The Hague NL.

Among his works are
- La Resocialiste - Edicion Internacional 2010,
- Ors Vibranter Wurld 2008,
- Creative Resistance - New Media as Soft Arms 2007,
- Semantic Disturbances 2005,
- Fiat Lux 2005 and
- Gerausche aus der Helle 1989.

His pieces have appeared in
- Electronic Literature Collection Volume 2, 2010
- /seconds issue #11, 2009
- Hyperhiz #5, Winter 2008
- Web del Sol, eScene #34 2008
- New River Journal (Fall, 2007)
- Nictoglobe (Volume 14 Issue 3, 2005)

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As online agent for the Brahamian Intelligence Service internationally being performed at various festivals and clubs.

(Self)published essays in:
- project.Arnolfini (UK 2008),
- seecult.org (Serbia 2007),
- MetaMute (UK 2007) among others.

He is publisher/editor of Nictoglobe magazine, ISSN 1874-9534, online since 1986!.

An irregular contributor to Poetry Kessel-Lo Belgium, Theory and Wryting, Netbehaviour and more mailinglists.

A. Andreas is currently working as a free-lanced software engineer. He lives in Amsterdam, the Netherlands and Walkenried, Germany with Judith V. and their 3 children. More of their work can be found at Nictoglobe.
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DISCUSSION

a trivial, generative, murderous program


open OUTF,">file.pl";
print OUTF "open OUT , \">new.htm\";\nprint OUT \"<html><body>art is made here</body></html>\"\;";
`perl file.pl`;
close OUTF;
unlink("file.pl");

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I am more into typographical aesthetics or dialectics than into the concepts\
of programming code.

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For that reason programming code, in whatever language, which is lacking\
either aesthetics or dialectics, makes me feel indifferent about its merits.

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Either it produces boring output or it fails a raison d'ĂȘtre and is therefore pure waste\
and a shallow experience of reality.

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Andreas Maria Jacobs

e:ajaco@xs4all.nl
w:http://www.nictoglobe.com

EVENT

Friction Research


Dates:
Sat Feb 28, 2009 00:00 - Mon Feb 23, 2009

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Friction Research - Investigating ruptures in the art-political grid

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publication date: 02-28-2009
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europe: americas: china: gb & israel & turkey

rochfor - poland
salvatore iaconesi - italy
david ben forado - greece
henri gwiadz - poland
poderiu - portugal
marc antoine leval - france
destroyevil
ronald laboissiere
margaretha anne haughwout
allison healy
peter ciccariello
lily yang
lanfranco aceti
alan schechner
michael takeo

Below our call as sent on October 20th 2008:

"[C]urrently we ask for submissions for our Friction Research Series, to be published in our Winter 2009 issue, related to but not exclusively confined to:

::: Investigating ruptures in the art political grid" :::

The following individuals and collectives have contributed to our call for submissions.

europe

rochfor - poland
salvatore iaconesi - italy
david ben forado - greece
henri gwiadz - poland
poderiu - portugal
marc antoine leval - france
great britain/turkey & israel
alan schechner - israel
michael takeo - great britain
lanfranco asceti - turkey/great britain

americas

r laboissiere - canada
margaretha anne haughwout
allison healy
destroyevil
peter ciccariello

china/usa
lily yang

Please take note of the fact that we review submissions 4 times a year,
from October to December for the Winter issue from January to March for the Spring issue, from April to June for the Summer issue, and from July to September for the Fall issue .

In case your submission will be published, you will be notified before the corresponding deadlines.

Nictoglobe can be reached by email: info[at]nictoglobe[dot]com


EVENT

nictoglobe 16/1/2009


Dates:
Fri Jan 16, 2009 00:00 - Fri Jan 16, 2009

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DISCUSSION

Limits of Abstraction


hi,

I wrote some words about a painterly view
on digital landscapes.

I have to look it up somewhere on my computer.

When found I will send it as part of discussion.

A.Andreas

DISCUSSION

Limits of Abstraction


Bonjour Yann

vois aussi ici:

http://www.nictoglobe.com/new/room/New%20Room/house.html

&

http://www.nictoglobe.com/new/room/New%20Room/index.html

in a strange way my work seems to be related.

what do you think?

A. Andreas