Liza Sabater
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Re: CORY ARCANGEL STEALS THE SHOW! (but gets arrested!)


yup. i didn't look at the webpage. given we have had rhizomers and
other nyc netactivists arrested before, i didn't look at it as a hoax.

On 29.Mar.2007, at 10:57, rob@robmyers.org wrote:

> He can't have been there long, they haven't had time to Photoshop a
> decent
> arrest photo of him yet.
>
> - Rob.
>
> Quoting Liza Sabater <networking@culturekitchenmedia.com>:
>
>> WTF?!
>> Is he still in jail?
>>
>>
>> On 29.Mar.2007, at 01:37, editor wrote:
>>
>>> Posted March 29, 2007.
>>> Internet and New Media Star Cory Arcangel was arrested by the
>>> FBI today. The exact charges are now on public record.
>>> Apparently Arcangel had graduated from stealing code to stealing
>>> the work of living artists. It all began after his talk at
>>> Columbia in 2004.
>>> see pix of the arrest and the FBI transcript.
>>> http://www.slanderous.org
>>>
>>> Joe Edit
>>> "so sue me"
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Re: CORY ARCANGEL STEALS THE SHOW! (but gets arrested!)


WTF?!
Is he still in jail?

On 29.Mar.2007, at 01:37, editor wrote:

> Posted March 29, 2007.
> Internet and New Media Star Cory Arcangel was arrested by the FBI
> today. The exact charges are now on public record. Apparently
> Arcangel had graduated from stealing code to stealing the work of
> living artists. It all began after his talk at Columbia in 2004.
> see pix of the arrest and the FBI transcript.
> http://www.slanderous.org
>
> Joe Edit
> "so sue me

DISCUSSION

Re: Education and Crisis


On Wednesday, Jan 26, 2005, at 16:55 America/New_York, Trebor wrote:

> Christoph Spehr: Education and Crisis

Better historical context : Deschooling

http://www.google.com/custom?qTHschooling&sa=Search&client=pub-
3926481872933154&forid=1&ie=ISO-8859-1&oe=ISO-8859-
1&cof=GALT%3A%230066CC%3BGL%3A1%3BDIV%3A%23999999%3BVLC%3A336633%3BAH%3A
center%3BBGC%3AFFFFFF%3BLBGC%3AFF9900%3BALC%3A0066CC%3BLC%3A0066CC%3BT%3
A000000%3BGFNT%3A666666%3BGIMP%3A666666%3BFORID%3A1%3B&hl=en

Ivan Illich, Deschooling Society
(Published about 20 years ago)
http://www.ecotopia.com/webpress/deschooling.htm

Sandra Dodd
(The best contemporary writer about the subject)
http://sandradodd.com/deschooling

Three fundamental writers before the coining of DESCHOOLING :

Paulo Freire : Pedagogy of the Opressed
http://www.paulofreire.org/

John Holt : Teach Your Own, How Children Learn
"Growing Without Schooling" (interview)
http://www.mhla.org/information/resourcesarticles/holtorigins.htm

John Taylor Gatto, "Against School"
http://www.rahoorkhuit.net/devi/hs/against_school.html

/ liza sabater
www.culturekitchen.com

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Re: Re: Electronic Folk Art?!


On Tuesday, Jan 25, 2005, at 12:31 America/New_York, Francis Hwang
wrote:

> Once again, my sloppy terseness threatens to get me in trouble.

heh.
you left yourself wide open.
i couldn't resist.

peace,
liza

DISCUSSION

Re: Re: Electronic Folk Art?!


color me stupid but almost all the first wave of software artists that
i know personally have no MFAs. i find it oxymoronic to need an MFA to
call yourself an artist these days. and does this mean PRicans can't
make art? don't make me go there ;-)

On Tuesday, Jan 25, 2005, at 11:02 America/New_York, Francis Hwang
wrote:

>
> On Jan 25, 2005, at 6:37 AM, patrick lichty wrote:
>
>> Is there a New Media "Outsider Art"?
>
> Well, there's plenty of digital creativity that is done by people who
> have no interest in contextualizing it in the world of fine arts, if
> that's what you mean.
>
> Sometimes I read an essay about the aesthetics of code by somebody who
> doesn't program very much, and I think: It's like it's the 1980s, and
> programmers are like Puerto Rican graffiti artists without MFAs.
>
> Francis Hwang
> Director of Technology
> Rhizome.org
> phone: 212-219-1288x202
> AIM: francisrhizome