Jeremy Zilar
Since 2003
Works in Brooklyn United States of America

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I am an artist an photographer living in Brooklyn, NY.
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Re: miles davis and new media


oooooh Rahsaan Roland Kirk!!!!!! :)
I actually had a Miles, Mingus and Roland Kirk day! it was nice to get
recommended some music today,.. instead of having to pick it myself.

I am listening to SONIC YOUTH. Another set of great visionaries, that
work well with the "IDEA" of creating "NEW MEDIA"

I really enjoy all that i have learned from (all of the above). I
actually think that sonic youth and miles are quite similar.

hmmm. -me

ryan griffis wrote:

> Yes - Eduardo - very necessary point regarding the perceived color of
> "New Media." hopefully more people were thinking this, if not writing
> in...
> and yes, the comparison with Miles is, well, not really a comparison...
> but it got me thinking about records i haven't listened to in a while...
> anyone ever listen to Rahsaan Roland Kirk?
> http://www.alfanet.hu/kirk/index2.html
> freakin' amazing.
> ryan
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Re: Re: deer


That is funny. no it really is.
But squggles on a napkin wouldnt take off like the deer head. It just
wouldnt.

I know that i have seen the deer head used in soooooo many forms lately,
and at seems as though hipster culture just goes right on using it, and
defining it as cool. It is like some gross DIESEL ad.
From deer head and antlers at the WHITNEY, to architecture magazines
and netart, and trucker hats.

maybe it is just a product of the icon.
it has been ironic for the past 10 years to wear t-shirts that were
highly iconic. and yes the john deer tshirt and mesh hat being the top
of the pile.

i am disgusted with it already.

lou suSi wrote:

>: perhaps squiggles on a napkin would be more 'hipster' :
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deer


what the hell is it with deer?
why are deer the new hipster icon?

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WTF???


it is things like this that are actually fun to find,.!
(for those of us internet geeks!)

I wonder how long it will be up there?
I wonder if it will be taken down right away?
or if it was intentional for that matter.
either way, i like it.

http://www.commondreams.org/

david correll wrote:

>I have no idea! That's so weird!
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>>ha!
>>what is that?>
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>>someone hacking into the site>?
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>>david correll wrote:
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>>>Go to common dreams...
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>>>http://www.commondreams.org/
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Re: randomness


>
>> --are we, when creating art, STILL simply mimicing
>> non-man-made pneomena?
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> No. Painting does not exist in nature.

Once again, the question of nature. I think it is interesting that
people separate man from nature,....
the facture,. the overlap,. the abstaction, the realationships, the
results..

it is even questionable if things like the butterfly effect are even an
example of randomness.
-me

>> --are these even the right questions?
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> What for?
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to create a cause for the effect.
-me

> - Rob.
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