szeptember, 2012 havi archívum

2012/9/30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.linkartcenter.eu/link_point

— INTERRUPTIONS #1. Pastoral V.2, curated by Jon Leidecker

Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/curatorial/interruptions_1_jon_leidecker/capsula

Playlist + text: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20100706/01Interruptions_eng.pdf

— “Pastoral V.2” is a curated overview hoping to underline the history of those classic works of electronic and concrète music which sought to mimic and extend the voices and sounds of our pastoral landscape, which can be closer to the heart of the medium’s inherent potential than the more common identifications with inhuman or alienated expressions of industrial culture.

— Lumière and Son – A Discussion, a Selective Commentary & Some Remarks. http://tinyurl.com/brc8hvr

Michael Szpakowski reviews the online collaboration between Danish architect and video maker Sam Renseiw and British artist and composer Philip Sanderson. Building on a format excavated from the pioneer years of cinema in the 19th century and repurposed for the 21st, Lumière and Son is packed with networked playfulness and wit and, perhaps unexpectedly for something that is so much fun, a profound humanity

http://truthisconcrete.org/livestream/index.php

truth remixed Live stream & video-compilations by Ulrich A. Reiterer / sofa23.net (A)

Collaboration Stephan Bergmann Jona Hoier & Julian Stampfer

Camp & ORF 2

— 11 ways to escape the symbolic field, http://nictoglobe.com/ISEA2012/

  Temporary Autonomous Research
Falke Pisano, Jeremiah Day, Nicoline van Harskamp
Curator: Henk Slager
October 2–December 31, 2012

9th Shanghai Biennale, Reactivation
Location: Power Station of Art
200 Hua Yuan Gang Road, Shanghai

2012.shanghaibiennale.org

Reklámok

2012/9/26

2012/9/15

Bidoun 27: Diaspora

www.bidoun.org

For the diaspora artist—I use the term the way I would use “disappearing artist” or “trapeze artist”…
–Media Farzin, “The Imaginary Elsewhere”

For the DIASPORA issue of our New York–based Middle Eastern magazine, we wanted to treat the theme without sentiment; or at least, with a wider range of sentiments than the discourse of heritage (celebrate, defend) generally allows. We were interested in migrant culture—in informal economies and organized crime, in deracination and radicalization.

2012/9/15

“Migrant Navigator” project by Darko Fritz: http://darkofritz.net/projects/migrant/navigator.htm

Eric Kluitenberg: Not Home, written for “Darko Fritz – archives in progress [ projects 1987 – 2007 ]”. Published by the Croatian Association of Artists, Zagreb (HDLU) / Museum of Modern and Contemproary Art, Rijeka, 2007, and at Tactival Media Files, Amsterdam, 2011, http://www.tacticalmediafiles.net/article.jsp?objectnumber=54202

pers: http://darkofritz.net

Search public art installation made of mint September 2012

location: Rajka, trijunction of Slovakia, Austria and Hungary

curated by Zuzana Duscho for the Culburb project (Cultural Acupuncture Treatment for Suburb)

http://darkofritz.net/projects/migrant/search.htm

http://www.facebook.com/events/264601843656468/

— A compilation of all the episodes available so far of the ongoing series by the plunderphonic musician and historian Jon Leidecker for Ràdio Web MACBA. Do not miss this!

VARIATIONS, by Jon Leidecker

The idea of a completely original piece of music is fairly recent. Music was passed on through sound, through generations, even for centuries after the invention of written music. Only in the 14th century did it become standard practice for a composer to sign his name to a piece of music and claim it entirely as his own, giving rise to the cult of the individual composer. But as recording supplanted sheet music in the 20th century, the presence of communal influence became unavoidably obvious once again as composers began to use recordings to make new recordings. We can now hear the presence of more than one voice. And there is a reason why people don’t say they listen to a record – they say that they play a record. From the beginning, recordings have been instruments.

VARIATIONS #1. Transition

Podcast: http://bit.ly/KV8gXc 

Transcript: http://bit.ly/ggLzop 

VARIATIONS #2. The Globe

Podcast: http://bit.ly/IIa07h 

Transcript: http://bit.ly/eca9yd 

VARIATIONS #3. The Approach

Podcast: http://bit.ly/IY5C7G

Transcript: http://bit.ly/INIiEF

VARIATIONS #4. The Explosion

Podcast: http://bit.ly/J2S7F0 

Transcript: http://bit.ly/KM3Zvm

VARIATIONS #5. The Discipline

Podcast: http://bit.ly/JiPAX8

Transcript: http://bit.ly/J50Q30

VARIATIONS #6. The Library

Podcast: http://bit.ly/JlxK1Q

Transcript: http://bit.ly/J50WHM

VARIATIONS #7. The Composer

Podcast: http://bit.ly/LAWPst

Transcript: http://bit.ly/MW97ei

— Turbulence Commission: “Crow Sourcing” by Andy Deck

http://turbulence.org/works/crow_sourcing

DE-ARTIKULACIJA PLATFORM,  issue  0/2012 , is OUT, the issue  was printed 7.09.2012  and from today is online.

The issue  0/2012 has 2 PARTS: 1 and  2;  altogether 80 pages. Can be used as

Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike: CC BY-NC-SA.

ONLINE LINKS:

http://bijenaleumetnosti.rs/2012/download/De-Artikulacija1.pdf

http://bijenaleumetnosti.rs/2012/download/De-Artikulacija2.pdf

2012/9/6

  Goya, Raining Bulls, 1877

2012/9/6

In celebration of the 100 year anniversary of John Cage’s birth, we dig up two podcasts on the work of John Cage:

 

FLUXRADIO

Curated by Joe Gilmore and Rhiannon Silver, FLUXRADIO explores some of the concepts and ideas behind the music and performance pratice of Fluxus. Featuring sound pieces by John Cage, 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.

 

Link: http://bit.ly/nkyWNk

MP3: http://bit.ly/cLnwxk

Transcript (PDF): http://bit.ly/SjmlYf

JOHN CAGE. Notes towards a re-reading of the “Roaratorio”

Curated by José Manuel Berenguer and Carlos Gómez, JOHN CAGE. Notes towards a re-reading of the “Roaratorio” explores John Cage’s relationship with radio, as an instrument, as a studio and as a media. Only available in Spanish.

 

Link: http://bit.ly/RKuxds

MP3: http://bit.ly/9zCfYJ

Transrcript (PDF): http://bit.ly/IGBc7K