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INTERRUPTIONS #16. On duration: silence is unavailable, please buy time or switch dimensions. Curated by Dave Phillips

Dave Phillips’ mix is a true assault on the senses that reflects on extreme durations in music and our relationship with the temporality of sound.

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SON[I]A #119

Interview with Allan Sekula about the relationship between art and photography, about artistic activism, the role of the artist in the public sphere and “Waiting for Tear Gas”.






és Laokoón művészetfilozófiai folyóirat:

és Plutharkhosz: Párhuzamos életrajzok, Bp-Helikon, 1978, illetve online: (itt Thészeusz!)

retronaut (időkapszulák)

fffound (images bookmarking)

ha kell valami koincidencia:

whistler mamája

discarding images (kódex-szél)


2014 03 15


Thomas Kapielski: Művészet – mint a gondolkodás más eszközökkel történő folytatása*

Beat Wyss: A láthatatlan ikonológiája. A modern titkos tanai


Vesalius portrék


Map of the world, shown as if the oceans were dried up. Thomas Burnet was the first Englishman to attempt a scientific account of the origin of the earth. His treatise, Telluris Thoeoria Sacra, is a curious blend of geography and archaeology, which aroused considerable interest at the time. California is shown as an Island, but no Northwest passage, an unusual concession for an Englishman of this era.” 1694

 Barry Lawrence Ruderman Antique Maps


2014 03 12


Kritikos, V.11 Jan. – March 2014
Intertheory Press, new books 2014:
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Art After the Avant-Garde: Baudrillard’s Challenge

by Gerry Coulter
Product Description
After we have read Jean Baudrillard it is difficult to see the world as we previously did. Baudrillard offered a strong challenge to art and artists, as he did everyone else. Many believe that Baudrillard was against art when he was really against the majority of things which some person or group has attempted to pass off as art. Baudrillard’s significance for art however, is that he wipes the decks clear and allows us to think anew about the art we love, and the art we do not. One of the implications of this book – a book about seeing art after taking Baudrillard seriously – is that we learn art never had a better friend, than Jean Baudrillard.
About the Author
Gerry Coulter is the founding editor of the International Journal of Baudrillard Studies, and the author of Jean Baudrillard: From the Ocean to the Desert, or the Poetics of Radicality. He has received Bishop’s University’s highest award for teaching – the William and Nancy Turner Prize.
A Peer-Reviewed Journal About / POST-DIGITAL RESEARCH
APRJA  3.1 (2014)
Edited by: Christian Ulrik Andersen, Geoff Cox, Georgios Papadopulos
The current issue of A Peer-reviewed Journal About “Post-digital Research” (Volume 3 issue 1) is now online. It addresses the messy and paradoxical condition of art and media after digital technology revolutions and critically reflects on the term “post-digital”. The issue is the outcome of a process where a number of researchers, artist-researchers and Ph.D.’s have collaborated in presenting and exchanging ideas around the subject. This follows an earlier call from transmediale festival, Berlin, and a research event at Kunsthal Aarhus. The issue does not present a uniform interpretation of the notion, but includes a variety of positions related to the use of the term, its application within various fields, and how it is reflected in artistic research.
*randomroutines – *TŰZVONALBAN vernissage a HiggsMezőben
márcus 7. péntek 19.00-tól

*randomroutines* – IN CEASE-FIRE vernissage in HiggsField
on Friday March the 7th from 7pm


transmediale 2013 BW_P_WA_P_ <> ◒♇ Haus der

Kulturen der Welt ♇◓ Berlin/DE:29.01-03.02

Turbulence Commission: “Panemoticon” by Ali Miharbi and John Priestley

[Needs Firefox (16 or later recommended), headphones/speakers, mouse/trackpad]


With the aim of promoting contemporary artistic digital creation and publicize the interactive works of national and international artists, the line of action in Digital Arts of the CITAR – Centre for Research on Science and Technology of the Arts, in partnership with the School of Arts of the Portuguese Catholic University, presents the Interactive Art Competition iNTERFACES (


The podcast series VARIATIONS, by Jon Leidecker, is now also available on Ubuweb


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




VARIATIONS #2. The Globe




VARIATIONS #3. The Approach




VARIATIONS #4. The Explosion




VARIATIONS #5. The Discipline




VARIATIONS #6. The Library




VARIATIONS #7. The Composer




“From Scenography To Zerography” 12 pp. 21 в 14 cm. Hand-made. LaserJet print. Edition of 1. $3. _



In Pure Data, the DSP [expr~] is often used to modulate the audio

signal. During this /dev/art/, Chun Lee will be demonstrating an

alternative approach, using the DSP to sequence his music and generate

sounds. Chun Lee is a Taiwanese sound artist currently based in London.



Deadline Jan. 31, 2013


EIN magazine is a digital photography magazine that serves as an exhibition space for new conceptual work. Each issue is based on a theme that represents a creative block.



Deadline Mar. 01, 2013

Month-long residencies on Madeira Island, Spain. In 2013, selected residencies will be dedicated to artists performing with new media sonic (music) and visual art.






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


Playlist + text:

— “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.

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

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

Collaboration Stephan Bergmann Jona Hoier & Julian Stampfer

Camp & ORF 2

— 11 ways to escape the symbolic field,

  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