Joseph Gray
Since 2006
Works in Seattle, Washington United States of America

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BIO
Joseph Gray is a Seattle based artist and designer. He has taught workshops at 911 Media Arts Center and Metrix Create Space on Processing and Arduino. Joseph earned a BFA from Cornish College of the Arts in 1999, focusing in video and sculpture. Since then he has worked with digital art and design practices for both artistic projects and commercial design applications. He began learning programming working in the graphic design industry, which quickly led to creating custom software and hardware tools for art installations and visual performances. His sculptural and performance work has been exhibited at Unit B Gallery in San Antonio, TX; Meridian Gallery and The Lab in San Francisco, CA and a multitude of venues in the Pacific Northwest including 911 Media, Bumbershoot and the Seattle Art Museum Gallery. A portfolio of his work can be found at http://grauwald.com/.
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Re: Marshall McLuhan, "actual destroyer of our civilization" (actually edjukationl, as it were)


How quaint!

Just like old times.

On Mar 23, 2006, at 7:11 PM, -IID42 Kandinskij @27+ wrote:

> Talk about yourself again, my dear?
>
> Cheap potshots are not poetry.
>
> There is nothing "dark" and "twisted". The mirror is spotless clear.
>
> You don't even have a fucking clue what you're talking about
> "chat-machine". If this were a dark-mirror, you would be *fried*, love.
> And you wouldn't last even 5 minutes.
>
> Abr. you enjoy the attention.
>
> It gives your flase I's an illusion of biofeedback "strength".
> The mastikatory strength of the sheep is not to be underestimated.
> It's like chewing gum you know. The grass is greener on the other side.
>
> If only we were a vehcile for poo, poo pattriachry Jo-sheep's desires,
> our
> mirror would be so much more clearer. We could in fact see *eye2eye*.
> We could have a *nice* *civilized* conversation. We could even talk
> about
> shakespeare. Or "inverted" images as it were.
>
> You languij is not worth a copper penny, white boi.
>
>
> On Wed, 22 Mar 2006, Joseph Gray wrote:
>
>> Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2006 11:11:50 -0800
>> From: Joseph Gray <josephgray@grauwald.com>
>> To: list@rhizome.org, "-IID42 Kandinskij @27+"
>> <death@punkassbitch.org>
>> Subject: Re: RHIZOME_RAW: Marshall McLuhan,
>> "actual destroyer of our civilization"
>>
>> Frustrated Total Internal Reflection.
>>
>> Oh, dark and twisted mirror, what sayest thou?
>>
>> no emotion, no emotion, it's a masquerade;
>> a mask lifted to reveal a mask to reveal a mask to reveal a mask to
>> reveal a mask to reveal a mask to reveal a mask to reveal a mask to
>> reveal a mask
>>
>>

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Re: Marshall McLuhan, "actual destroyer of our civilization"


Frustrated Total Internal Reflection.

Oh, dark and twisted mirror, what sayest thou?

no emotion, no emotion, it's a masquerade;
a mask lifted to reveal a mask to reveal a mask to reveal a mask to
reveal a mask to reveal a mask to reveal a mask to reveal a mask to
reveal a mask


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Re: Marshall McLuhan, "actual destroyer of our civilization"


Hey, I thought you were dead!?

On Mar 20, 2006, at 6:14 AM, -IID42 Kandinskij @27+ wrote:

> und more ultra garbage:
>
>> Eric Dymond <dymond@idirect.ca> on Saturday, March 18, 2006 at 11:25
>> PM -0500 wrote:
>>> Virilio says, and I paraphrase, "Fukuyama was wrong, history didn't
>>> die,
>
> history couldn't possibly die as history is time
>
> the essential quality is whether you CHOOSE TO DIE CONSCIOUSLY in the
> "eye
> of the storm" as it were
>
> Geography collapsed"
>
> beh, geography has always collapsed--a million times at that
> that is the nature of the beast
>
> nature is mutable and it has its own agendas
> it is the responsibility of humans to respond flexibly as well
>
>> its all about the speed of communication.
>
> no it isn't.. speed of communication is degeneration into chaos as the
> fact that new georaphy has not been formed--"speed" in fact being the
> NEW
> QUANTITY vs quality
>
> it should be understood in fact that the majority of contemporary
> languages are COMPLETELY DEGENERATE and as such completely unsuitable
> for
> the "ordering" of humanity or the paying of the solar taxes
>
> hence > war
>
> likewise contemporary men's fitness is highly dependable on "money"--
> ie the capacity to "capitalize"
>
> it is to be understood that to CAPITALIZE is not to PROFITEER--which
> is a
> common problem in the Western World--profiteers there are plenty
>
> money or "currency" or "human energy" needs to be attached to
> VALUE--referencing to the fact that we seek conscious individulas
> capable
> of TRANSFORMING rather than self-destructive and predatorial (annie
> sprinkle, tg, fluxus, h3o, etc.)
>
> we seek individuals magnetique
>
>>> As well, Virilio points out that The crisis (Accident) in visual art
>>> is
> not an issue in the performing arts. The performing arts are always in
> time, the visual arts have to elicit the concept of time.
>
> the relationship is of bodily "time" vs. Time.
>
>>> Beautifully expanding McLuhans prophecies.
>
> McLuhan was not a prophet. He was able to operate on Epochal level and
> develop a corresponding degree of consciousness.
>
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April 1st Fool's Day Experimental Art Works at Carmacazzi Dub Plates


April 1st Fool's Day Experimental Art Works at Carmacazzi Dub Plates

Opening Reception: April 1 st at 6pm, Music 10pm.
Runs: April 1-30, 2006
Gallery Hours: Noon to 5:00pm Wednesday through Saturday

Carmacazzi Dub Plates
1423 10th Avenue {Lower Level} Seattle
(206) 329-1958

Coming together at Carmacazzi Dub Plates are an eclectic group of
artists which span both traditional and new media. Paintings,
Sculpture, Audio & Video Art all mix together to make an aesthetic brew
of the new frontier for the arts in Seattle.

Participating Artists include: Casey Cahoy, Joseph Gray, Light
Habersetzer, Gene Lange, Marcel Marias, Timmie Marsden, Jonathan
Mitten, Kevin Olsen, Pixel8, Kendal Tull-Esterbrook, & Cait Willis.
Opening Reception: April 1 st at 6pm, Music 10pm. Carmacazzi Dub
Plates, 1423 10 th Avenue {Lower Level} Seattle. (206) 329-1958 Hours:
Noon to 5:00pm Wednesday through Saturday