május, 2012 havi archívum


— http://code-poems.com/

—MutaMorphosis: Tribute to Uncertainty

International Conference, December 6-8, 2012, Prague, Czech Republic

Call for Abstracts http://mutamorphosis.org/2012/important-dates/call-for-abstracts/

Deadline: July 1, 2012



Submission page: http://mutamorphosis.org/2012/submit

— We reproduce Kenneth Goldsmith’s text for the MEMORABILIA. Collecting sounds with… lecture series, which took place on April 20th, 2012 at the MACBA.

Link: http://bit.ly/MGpw8r PDF: http://bit.ly/LCN1ju

MEMORABILIA. Collecting sounds with… at Ràdio Web MACBA http://bit.ly/LqcIgM

Bucharest Biennale 5
Tactics for the Here and Now
25 May–22 July 2012

Preview: 24 May 2012
for press and professionals

Bucharest International Biennial
for Contemporary Art

Sos. Nicolae Titulescu 1 (Piata Victoriei)
Bucharest 011131 Romania

T +4 021 310 54 69

email: bb@pavilionmagazine.org web: www.bucharestbiennale.org

face: Facebook kép: Rinus van de Velde, “untitled (The Lost Bishop),” 2012. Charcoal on wall, 240 cm x 360 cm. *


Lies, Lawlessness and Disbelief: An Attempt at Thinking Art and Capital: Unknown Unknowns

By Katie McCain.

Lies, Lawlessness and Disbelief 2: An Attempt at Thinking Art and Capital: Unknown Unknowns, is the second of five essays by Canadian artist & critical thinker, Katie McCain. McCain discusses how capitalism has become on the one hand all encompassing and on the other utterly unreal. Arguing that we need to be prepared to think the impossible so that resistance is able to grow.



“Unknown unknowns are intrinsic to this conceptual, contemporary capitalism, and operate as the risk that can eventually cause a system to fail. Failure emerges from the unprecedented, from the unthinkable, from the things you do not know you do not know.[1] Instead of attempting to predict these events for market gains, what would it mean to merely acknowledge the paradoxical nature of thinking the unthinkable? ‘Unthinkable’ operates as the other to any thought capacity, and in an attempt to access this impossible, it would be possible to access a non-knowledge, something on the edge of logic, of research, of ideas.”


“FluxRadio”, a podcast curated by Joe Gilmore and Rhiannon Silver

Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/specials?id_capsula=614

Transcript: http://bit.ly/i5l3jT

“FluxRadio” explores some of the concepts and ideas behind the music and performance pratice of Fluxus. Featuring sound pieces by George Maciunas, La Monte Young, Joseph Beuys, Nam June Paik, George Brecht, Yoko Ono and others, the programme charts the emergence of Fluxus through 60s avant-garde New York, examining the relationship to John Cage, Zen Buddhism and European avant-garde music.

MP3: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/fluxradio/fluxradio.mp3

Related info: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20091124/Fluxradio_eng.pdf


DAC09: After Media: Embodiment and Context, Leonardo Electronic

Almanac, Volume 17 Issue 2

ISBN: 978-1906897-16-1

ISSN: 1071-4391

Link: http://www.leoalmanac.org/vol17-no2-dac09-after-media-embodiment-and-context/

>From Technological Queers to Game Based Pedagogy: The Best of

Contemporary Interdisciplinary Research in Digital Art Culture and




by Oliver Grau, Editor; with Thomas Veigl

The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2011

424 pp. illus. 132 b/w. Trade, $40

ISBN-10: 0262015722.


The World is Not Fair – The Great World’s Fair 2012

A production by HAU and raumlaborberlin June 1–24, 2012  Open every Thursday–Sunday

Tempelhof Park / Former Airport Tempelhof, Berlin
Entrances: Oderstr., Tempelhofer Damm,
Columbiadamm  www.hebbel-am-ufer.de