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Re: NOMINAL QUIESCENT CURRENT #0004 & #0005


these are all very musical in feel.
It reminds me not only of folk forms but of fugue too.
I like the increasing complexity too of the later #s.
michael

--- August Highland <hmfah4@hotmail.com> wrote:
> NOMINAL QUIESCENT CURRENT #0004 & #0005
>
> He kissed me so
> He kissed me so
> cupped them in her
> cupped them in her
> cupped them in her
> attraction,
> attraction,
> He kissed me so
>
> A long, oak table
> A long, oak table
> and to my and to my and to my night, and could
> night, and could
> A long, oak table
>
> would you like
> would you like
> you have the
> you have the
> you have the
> are cold in are cold in would you like
>
> woman with a stupid woman with a stupid lie dead
> upon it,
> lie dead upon it,
> lie dead upon it,
>
> woman with a stupid
> the wetness.
> the wetness.
> home Bourbon was
> home Bourbon was
> home Bourbon was
> a prominent stomach, a prominent stomach, the
> wetness.
>
> venture, my lady,
> venture, my lady,
> provided provided provided
> venture, my lady,
>
> consigning himself
> consigning himself
>
> Latour with his
> Latour with his
> consigning himself
>
>
> 'Hatred is foreign
> 'Hatred is foreign
> 'Hatred is foreign
> Young enough?
> Young enough?
>
> =================
>
> NOMINAL QUIESCENT CURRENT #0005
>
>
> the structure the structure their bodies. The
> their bodies. The
> their bodies. The
> direction in which
> direction in which
> the structure
> furniture by making
> furniture by making
> bombardment groups
> bombardment groups
> bombardment groups
>
> furniture by making
>
> Lona, his rigid
> Lona, his rigid
>
> member of these
> member of these
> Lona, his rigid
>
> pointing to one pointing to one x-flash x-flash
> x-flash which young
> which young pointing to one
> want to see them?"
> want to see them?"
> longer be a party
> longer be a party
> longer be a party
> were were want to see them?"
>
> promised to do so.
> promised to do so.
> ventured to wave
> ventured to wave
> ventured to wave
> in conclusion, "is
> in conclusion, "is
> promised to do so.
>
> of Defense. I will
> of Defense. I will
>
> things. One must
> things. One must
> of Defense. I will
>
>
>
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Re: Re: Re: Re: dream7 piece


<and I'm known to
quote Steely Dan in serious conversation.>
Nothing at all amiss there.
I've been listening to 'Two Against Nature' again
continually this week - its the only
getting-togther-after-twenty-five -years album I've
ever heard that isn't plain depressing.
'Almost Gothic' reduces me to near tears every time -
both deeply moving and technically unbelievable.
best
michael

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Re: Re: dream7 piece


<Well, if by "big hitters" you mean "gets funding"
then perhaps not, I tend
to look at success on a broader scale,>
Oh I absolutely agree! & I'm much more interested in
art that seems to me honest in intention, skilled in
execution and worthy of many repeat experiences,
irrespective of its 'respectability' by any criterion,
peer, academic, cuaratorial.
It's just that my sense of justice feels that the two
groups should be more similar!
best
michael

and that's
> what I meant by "reading
> too much rhizome." I feel the need to start
> acknowledging who the really
> important people are and distinguish them from those
> who simply get funding
> and/or make work that is easy enough to place into
> an exhibition setting
> without putting off shareholders or "the board."
> There are many internet
> artists who exist on a level similar to the Velvet
> Underground or the
> Throwing Muses. They don't sell a lot of records but
> they have an influence
> that reaches far beyond themselves. That's what I
> would define as success,
> and the false perception on many mailing lists and
> the "net.art community"
> is that these artists don't actually matter. Give
> them a few years and watch
> what happens. Everyone getting shows and money now
> are just easing the way
> into the true explosion of new media.
>
> If JODI keeps exhibiting it will be encouraging to
> see that net.art does not
> need to turned into installation art before it can
> be "exhibited."
>
> -e.
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Michael Szpakowski" <szpako@yahoo.com>
> To: "Eryk Salvaggio" <eryk@maine.rr.com>;
> <list@rhizome.org>
> Sent: Friday, May 09, 2003 5:47 AM
> Subject: Re: RHIZOME_RAW: Re: dream7 piece
>
>
> > Hi Eryk
> > < dream7 and fakeshop *are* the "big hitters." :)>
> > is that so? -I obviously don't get out enough,
> real or
> > virtually.
> > What I do find though is that looking at new media
> art
> > that gains funding here in the UK is it tends to
> be
> > "high concept" ( and often about surveillance
> cameras,
> > the internet, search engines, global positioning
> > software blah blah blah) and not at all the kind
> of
> > ,loosely speaking, 'narrative' work that I see and
> > admire in this piece.
> > From my passing acquaintance with museum curated
> net
> > art/new media art in the States this also seems to
> be
> > true over there.
> > Some of the positions taken on Rhizome do reflect
> this
> > tendency it's true, but by no means a majority,
> but
> > again I have to say I see in Rhizome a more
> diverse
> > and open group than you seem to.
> > Keep posting!
> > best
> > michael
> >
> >
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Re: Re: dream7 piece


Hi Liza
that's food for thought and I take some of the points
about net art being viewed as a species of video by
defualt or ignorance.
However much though, we might like this to be true:
<with the web, it is a whole
different story. we have
not just text, video and sound but now tools &
interfaces that allow us
to not just gaze but do and be in this virtual
world.>
I'm not sure that it is yet so.
For me the most exciting thing about the new media is
the sheer efficiency of the net as a means of
communication and delivery and the unification within
it of precisely those texts, videos and sounds of
which you speak. Now I ask - are all their
possibilities played out, has everything been said?
I'm not anti interaction - I just think it's possible
to both fetishise it and overplay it. I know it's a
cliche but it's true nonetheless that great art has
always been interactive, in a much deeper sense than
is currently afforded by a mouse click.
In one sense situating net art within the broader
traditions of artistic practice, bringing down the
barriers, would be no bad thing -
it would force us to compare what we do with the
Beethovens, the Picassos, the Tarkovskys - sobering
but ultimately strengthening.
best
michael
>
> i have a horrendously biased opinion of what is
> netart but, when it
> comes to flash pieces, well ... it's not that the
> graphics or the cuts
> and jumps need to be 'flashy' but, given what is
> possible . . . it is
> kind of a let down. i mean, for pieces dealing with
> text i truly
> believe that flash is the worst possible tool to use
> ----again, because
> you are competing with the greatest "livre a venir".
>
> best,
> / l i z a
>
>
>
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Re: Re: dream7 piece


Hi Eryk
< dream7 and fakeshop *are* the "big hitters." :)>
is that so? -I obviously don't get out enough, real or
virtually.
What I do find though is that looking at new media art
that gains funding here in the UK is it tends to be
"high concept" ( and often about surveillance cameras,
the internet, search engines, global positioning
software blah blah blah) and not at all the kind of
,loosely speaking, 'narrative' work that I see and
admire in this piece.
From my passing acquaintance with museum curated net
art/new media art in the States this also seems to be
true over there.
Some of the positions taken on Rhizome do reflect this
tendency it's true, but by no means a majority, but
again I have to say I see in Rhizome a more diverse
and open group than you seem to.
Keep posting!
best
michael

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