PORTFOLIO (2)
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.
Discussions (62) Opportunities (13) Events (36) Jobs (0)
EVENT

Final Call: Reclaim the MIND


Dates:
Wed Jan 19, 2011 13:35 - Mon Jan 31, 2011

Final Call:
RECLAIM the MIND
Call for Submissions
Deadline: January 31 2011
Friction Research Issue #4, Spring 2011
When the possibility of expressing social reform vanishes, time has
come to change our minds. [A.A. 2010]
Reclaim the Mind is a transmedial collaborative initiative exploring empty
spots in the human mind by:
- occupying the area between 'reality' and 'truth',
- re-using forgotten (collective) memory-spaces,
- connecting mental processes with physical spaces,
- rewriting, tearing apart, scratching and stretching our lived
environment in an effort to liberate our ursurpated sensibilities.
Reclaim the Mind reclaims the idiomatic resources, abused by the Creative
Industries and jeopardized by a majority of National Governments, and will
intentionally break separations between established cultural and political
domains.
Reclaim the Mind aims to protect the incomprehensible treasure of mankind,
threatened by:
Censorship, Territorization, Mapping, Propaganda, Misconduct, Betrayal,
Charlatanism, Mediocrity, Commercialized Education, Orthodoxy, Cultural
Lobotomization, Zombie State Politics
We invite artists, writers, academics to contribute to our call for works
by submitting works, which reflects upon 'Reclaiming the Mind', in a
broader sense, ranging from visuals, videos, musics, essays etc. to:
submissions2011@nictoglobe.com
or using our submission management system:
http://nictoglobe.submishmash.com/Submit
The following digital formats apply:
text: word, rtf, pdf or text - ca. 2000 words, abstracts ca. 500 words.
images: jpg, png, gif - any size/format
video: mov, mpg - duration: no more than 2 minutes.
audio: wav, mp3 - duration: no more than 5 minutes.
Feel free to adorn your submission.
Submissions will be published in the Spring 2011 issue of Nictoglobe
Online Magazine as part of our 'Friction Research Series'
Best,
Andreas Maria Jacobs - Editor
Nictoglobe Online Magazine
http://nictoglobe.com


DISCUSSION

Art in Society


Hi Brooke

interesting statements!

Are you willing to contribute this to
'Reclaim the Mind's call for submissions?

See:

http://nictoglobe.com/new/query2.html?d=home&f=rtm

Best

Andreas Maria Jacobs

EVENT

Post Cultural Interrogations


Dates:
Fri Oct 15, 2010 00:00 - Fri Oct 15, 2010

Post Cultural Interrogations
'[O]n existence in a post-cultural environment ... [A.A. 2009]'

World generating oppositions & other hidden,
rigid mind-penetrating dogma's

What is it then that clings us to our perceived realities?
and how can we free ourselves from this behavioral slavery?

Researching these & other questions & willing to participate?

Send your cellphone textphoto's to:

ir3abf at nictoglobe dot com

All entries will be available after 2 minutes
Thanks for your participation


OPPORTUNITY

RECLAIM the MIND


Deadline:
Mon Jan 31, 2011 00:00

RECLAIM the MIND
Call for Submissions
Friction Research Isssue #4, Spring 2011

"When the possibility of expressing social reform vanishes, time has come to change our 'Minds'"

Reclaim the Mind is a transmedial collaborative initiative exploring empty spots in the human mind by:

- occupying the area between 'reality' and 'truth',
- re-using forgotten (collective) memory-spaces,
- connecting mental processes with fysical spaces,
- rewriting, tearing apart, scratching and stretching our lived environment in an effort to liberate our ursurpated sensibilities.

Reclaim the Mind reclaims the idiomatic resources, currently abused by the 'Creative Industries' and jeopardized by a majority of 'National Governments', and will intentionally break seperations between established cultural and political domains.

Reclaim the Mind aims to protect the incomprehensible treasure of mankind, threatened by:

Censorship, Territorization, Mapping, Propaganda, Misconduct, Betrayal, Charlatanism, Occultism, Education, Orthodoxy, Cultural Lobotomization, Politics

We invite artists, writers, academics to contribute to our call for works by submitting works, which reflects upon 'Reclaiming the Mind', in a broader sense, ranging from visuals, videos, musics, essays etc. to:

submissions2011@nictoglobe.com

The following digital formats apply:

text: word, rtf, pdf or text - no more than 2000 words, abstracts about 500 words.
images: jpg, png, gif - any size/format
video: mov, mpg - duration: no more than 2 minutes.
audio: wav, mp3 - duration: no more than 5 minutes.

Feel free to adorn your submission.

Submissions will be published in the Spring 2011 issue of Nictoglobe Online Magazine as part of our 'Friction Research Series'

Best,

Andreas Maria Jacobs - Editor in Chief
Nictoglobe Online Magazine


OPPORTUNITY

“Virtual Radio Music Festival Mogadishu, Somalia - June 21, 2010 ”


Deadline:
Mon Jun 21, 2010 00:00

Location:
Somalia

“Virtual Radio Music Festival Mogadishu, Somalia - June 21, 2010 ”

The Right to listen to Music, a Networked Radio Music Festival

Amsterdam 13 April 2010

To speak out against the barbaric act of banning music from Somalian Radio stations.(1)

We will silence our radioshows one minute per hour until June 21 2010

Join us by doing the same with your radio broadcasts

Artist are invited to send us samples of their music to fill in for the accumulated minutes passed from April 13 to June 21 2010

June 21 2010 we will broadcast a special radio event around the world which will be staged entirely on the internet.
As the number of minutes is rather large, the event will continuously be broadcasted by participating radiostations for more than a day.

To cover a broad as possible public, we ask independent radiostations all over the world to contribute and cover a time-slot during that day.

Participating radioshows:

Burgerwaanzin: saturdays 18:00 - 20:00 CEST
Beautifulfreaks: mondays 15:00 - 16:30 CEST

Radio Patapoe 88.3 FM Amsterdam
Muslim Rock & Islam Punk,
... your program ...
... your station ...

send your contribution, intention to particpate, inquiries to:

e: mogadishu2010@nictoglobe.com

stay informed by the following websites:

w: http://www.nictoglobe.com
w: http://beautifulfreaks.nl
w: http://burgerwaanzin.nl

Dedicated website to be announced shortly
(1): source The Guardian, April 13 2010