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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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OPPORTUNITY

Friction Research issue #4 updates


Deadline:
Fri Jul 08, 2011 21:00

Friction Research:

Oahspe by Stephen Ausherman

http://www.restlesstribes.com/oahspe

'Oahspe' is an abstract interpretation of the Shalam Colony, a Utopian
commune for children in southern New Mexico from 1884 to 1891.

Static views of vintage CRT screens shot more than 50 years
apart (original and sampled clips), sampled sound remix, text samples from
the book of Oahspe.

Magazine:

Reviews by Arelis Eleftherios

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Alfred Dong (China) I will speak JFK and Obama video 2009

http://nictoglobe.com/new/query2.html?d=contributors/arelis&f=ALFRED%20DONG

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Ralf Ziervogel ( Germany) Ohne Titel 2009

http://nictoglobe.com/new/query2.html?d=contributors/arelis&f=RALF%20ZIERVOGEL

Elsewhere:

New Digital Art Works by A. Andreas:

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Made with an Apple IIGS computer and the program Platinum Paint AA 1986

http://artclubcaucasus.blogspot.com/

Enjoy!

Andreas Maria Jacobs - Editor

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EVENT

Afro-Futurism: Countering Mass Culture’s reductional breakdown through creative Forms of Representation by Nettrice Gaskins


Dates:
Fri Jun 10, 2011 18:45 - Sat Jun 18, 2011

Independent Online Magazine on Transmedial Art & Acts "Nictoglobe" (*)
presents:
Afro-Futurism: Countering Mass Culture’s reductional breakdown through creative Forms of Representation by Nettrice Gaskins
An insiders look into the works of a.o. RAMMELZEE
see:
http://nictoglobe.com/new/query10.html?d=rtmfr42011&f=rtm
(*) Nictoglobe aims to promote new media art in a broader sense and
chooses to serve a broad global audience. Nictoglobe is not, was not and
never will be funded by governmental funding or other means of submissive
state organized cultural financial censorship.
"Governmental Cultural Politics is Slavery"
--Andreas Maria Jacobs  - Editor
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OPPORTUNITY

RECLAIM the MIND, Friction Research Issue #4, 2011


Deadline:
Tue Jun 21, 2011 13:20

Welcome to the first installment of Friction Research issue #4, a
collective elaboration on New Media Art practises, based upon the
received submissions from our public call for works Reclaim The Mind, issued September 28 2010
Previous issues of Friction Research:
Art is not about Communication, 2010
Investigating Ruptures in the Art-Political Grid, 2009
Creative Resistance, New Media as Soft Arms, 2007
We start this series with the works of Robert Spahr a generative software oriented artist whose work
connects the internet ecosphere with a time based but temporary representation of itself.
Cleverly playing with current political and societal issues,
Panopticon, shows an observative yet intense reflection on surveillance, control and the always watching Eye,
likewise Crude Cruft accentuates America's position as a wargoing political entity
We will successively publish our submissions in reversed
chronological order. For archival and preservation purposes a dedicated
page will be added whenever a submission is published
Andreas Maria Jacobs - Editor, Nictoglobe Online Magazine


EVENT

RECLAIM the MIND Friction Research Issue #4, 2011 postponed


Dates:
Fri May 13, 2011 11:45 - Tue May 31, 2011

RECLAIM the MIND
Friction Research Issue #4, 2011
10 May 2011
The Dutch governemental Art Council (Fonds BKVB) let me down, so there will be another couple of months finishing this
I will start with sequentially publishing the received submissions in
reversed chronological order, that is the last received will be
published first.
That will keep the front page weekly chronological article going for
about one year (49 x 7 - ca. 1/2 x 7 = 50/51 = 1)!
I will continue updating Friction Research issue #4 in it's prematurely digital disguise.
In the mean time I ask all our submitters to notify me of any possibility to raise some money for a future printed edition
21 March 2011
In our call for submissions 28 September, 2010, we have invited artists,
writers and academics to contribute to our call for works
and to submit works, which reflects upon 'Reclaiming the Mind', in a
broader sense, ranging from visuals, videos, musics, essays etc ...
Listed individuals and collectives answered our call and will be published in
in the Spring 2011 issue of Nictoglobe
Online Magazine as part of our 'Friction Research Series' [*]
 
It will take some time to sort out and prepare the final presentation of
these great and divers submissions from a significant number of
individuals and collectives who generously shared their efforts and
thoughts
In preparation are two seperately planned series of public
screenings of the substantial number of time/screen/lens based works
received, due summer and autumn 2011
Scheduled publishing date: April 21, 2011 to be decided
Scheduled screening dates: Late summer & Early autumn 2011
[*] List is not definitive and can be changed in the future
28 September 2010
Reclaim the Mind: a transmedial collaborative initiative exploring empty spots in the human mind
When the possibility of expressing social reform vanishes, time has come
to change our minds.
[A.A. 2010]
   
Censorship, Territorization, Mapping, Propaganda, Misconduct, Betrayal,
Charlatanism, Mediocrity, Commercialized Education, Orthodoxy, Cultural Lobotomization, Zombie State Politics
Reclaiming the idiomatic resources, abused by the Creative Industries ™
and jeopardized by a majority of National Governments © and aiming to
protect these souvereign incomprehensible treasures of mankind by
- occupying the area between 'reality' and 'truth',
- re-using forgotten (collective) memory-spaces,
- connecting mental processes with physical spaces,
and intentionally breaking
seperations between established cultural and political domains by
- rewriting, tearing apart, scratching and stretching our lived
environment in an effort to liberate our ursurpated sensibilities.
 
Andreas Maria Jacobs - Editor, Nictoglobe Online Magazine


EVENT

RECLAIM the MIND Friction Research Issue #4, Summer 2011


Dates:
Thu Apr 21, 2011 14:05 - Wed Sep 21, 2011

RECLAIM the MIND Friction Research Issue #4, Summer 2011
Reclaim the Mind, a trans-medial collaborative initiative exploring empty
spots in the human mind
In our call for submissions 28 September, 2010, we have invited artists,
writers and academics to contribute to our call for works and to submit
works, which reflects upon 'Reclaiming the Mind', in a broader sense,
ranging from visuals, videos, musics, essays etc ...
"When the possibility of expressing social reform vanishes, time has
come to change our minds. [A.A. 2010]"
Censorship, Territorization, Mapping, Propaganda, Misconduct, Betrayal,
Charlatanism, Mediocrity, Commercialized Education, Orthodoxy, Cultural
Lobotomization, Zombie State Politics
Reclaiming the idiomatic resources, abused by the Creative Industries ™
and jeopardized by a majority of National Governments© and aiming to
protect these sovereign incomprehensible treasures of mankind through
- occupying the area between 'reality' and 'truth',
- re-using forgotten (collective) memory-spaces,
- connecting mental processes with physical spaces,
and intentionally breaking separations between established cultural and
political domains by
- rewriting, tearing apart, scratching and stretching our lived
environment in an effort to liberate our ursurpated sensibilities.
Listed individuals and collectives answered our call and will be published
in in the Summer 2011 issue of Nictoglobe Online Magazine as part of our
'Friction Research Series' [*]
Due to a lack of financial support from governmental organizations, the
issue is postponed until a later to be decided time.
We apologize not being able to publish all these valuable contributions by
april 21 , but are convinced that we will find a way to publish them
anyway.
If any of the readers have suggestions how to raise funds or how to print
for a very small fee, please do not hesitate to contact me
It will take some time to sort out and prepare the final presentation of
these great and divers submissions from a significant number of
individuals and collectives who generously shared their efforts and thoughts
In preparation are two separately planned series of public screenings of
the substantial number of time/screen/lens based works received, due
summer and autumn 2011

Best
Andreas Maria Jacobs
Editor / Curator
List of contributors:
Derek Larson, Ian Page, Joseph Nechvatal, Tamar Schori, Sally Grizell
Larson, f? r, Nandita Kumar, Larry Caveney, Patrick Millard, Lydia Moyer,
Alice Thickett, Mauri Lethonen, Talia Link, Stefan Adamski, Mercedes
Mestas Suarez, Chris Mann, IOCOSO, Cornelius Onitsch, Sarah Boothroyd,
Jeremy Hight, L.C. von Sukmeister, Saskia Korsten, Odon Wirgin, Emily
Schleiner,Stefan Riebel,Aaron Oldenburg,Peter Hoffmeister,Fredrik de
Wilde,
Lemeh42,Morehshin Allahyari,Tina Willgren,Simeona Petkova,Ellen Lake,Kama
Sokolnicka,Simon Mclennan,Jonathan Marshall,osvaldo cibils,Heather
Dewey-Hagborg,Mark Cooly,The Memelab,Tilman Kuentzel,Paolo Cirio,Philip
Stearns, Curt Cloninger,
Josh EklowStephan Ausherman,
Nettrice Gaskins,Mariusz Soltysik,Andy Deck,Ivan Solynanov,Robert Spahr
[*] list is not definitive and subject to change

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