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EYAL WEIZMAN

http://thespace.org/items/e0001bt6?t=v747   Eyal Weizman, gives a talk about his recent research into forensics and memory.

EYAL WEIZMAN

http://thespace.org/items/e0001bt6?t=v747   Eyal Weizman, gives a talk about his recent research into forensics and memory.

Machine Age | Afterall: Melissa Gronlund

  http://afterall.org/online/machine-age/     New Museum’s attempt to show meaningfulness of artists’ materialisation of networks / technological affect. Including: § New Tendencies movement in Zagreb –esp. #4, 1968–, “The organizers of NT initially sought to consciously accompany and form the

Machine Age | Afterall: Melissa Gronlund

  http://afterall.org/online/machine-age/     New Museum’s attempt to show meaningfulness of artists’ materialisation of networks / technological affect. Including: § New Tendencies movement in Zagreb –esp. #4, 1968–, “The organizers of NT initially sought to consciously accompany and form the

THE WORLD THROUGH INSTITUTIONAL LENSES

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THE WORLD THROUGH INSTITUTIONAL LENSES

edge.org/conversation/the-world-through-institutional-lenses

Manifesto for a Theory of the ‘New Aesthetic’ | Curt Cloninger

Image: Image enacting the uncanny valley. This image is a New Aesthetic image. (Clement Valla, from Postcards from Google Earth, 2011)   http://www.metamute.org/editorial/articles/manifesto-theory-%E2%80%98new-aesthetic%E2%80%99

Manifesto for a Theory of the ‘New Aesthetic’ | Curt Cloninger

Image: Image enacting the uncanny valley. This image is a New Aesthetic image. (Clement Valla, from Postcards from Google Earth, 2011)   http://www.metamute.org/editorial/articles/manifesto-theory-%E2%80%98new-aesthetic%E2%80%99

http://reviewsinculture.com/special-issue/review1.html   ” “On the Risk of a New Relationality:” An Interview with Lauren Berlant and Michael Hardt Heather Davis and Paige Sarlin In May 2011, we sat down with Lauren Berlant and Michael Hardt to ask them about their

http://reviewsinculture.com/special-issue/review1.html   ” “On the Risk of a New Relationality:” An Interview with Lauren Berlant and Michael Hardt Heather Davis and Paige Sarlin In May 2011, we sat down with Lauren Berlant and Michael Hardt to ask them about their

Trade Office Programme

http://tradegallery.org/ How To Solve Problems In The Office For the next few months Trade will convert the gallery into an office which will document past exhibitions and plan for the future. Part-public part-private, the office will act as a physical

Trade Office Programme

http://tradegallery.org/ How To Solve Problems In The Office For the next few months Trade will convert the gallery into an office which will document past exhibitions and plan for the future. Part-public part-private, the office will act as a physical

A_M & Marlie Mul

Arcadia_Missa, Harry Burke and Marlie Mul discuss ‘XYMEMORY’ – an exhibition opening at the A_M Gallery in October, for which Marlie will be bringing XYM’s activities into a material practice.   http://www.jotta.com/jotta/published/home/article/v2-published/2440/notes-on-a-website

A_M & Marlie Mul

Arcadia_Missa, Harry Burke and Marlie Mul discuss ‘XYMEMORY’ – an exhibition opening at the A_M Gallery in October, for which Marlie will be bringing XYM’s activities into a material practice.   http://www.jotta.com/jotta/published/home/article/v2-published/2440/notes-on-a-website

TOWARDS A FUTUROLOGY OF THE PRESENT: Notes on Writing, Movement, and Timei by Marco Cuevas-Hewitt

http://www.joaap.org/issue8/futurology.htm#sdendnote72sym   Excerpt: Has there ever been a revolution without its musicians, artists, and writers? Could we imagine the Zapatista movement, for example, without its poetry and lyricism? At this moment, I am writing from the specific location of the

TOWARDS A FUTUROLOGY OF THE PRESENT: Notes on Writing, Movement, and Timei by Marco Cuevas-Hewitt

http://www.joaap.org/issue8/futurology.htm#sdendnote72sym   Excerpt: Has there ever been a revolution without its musicians, artists, and writers? Could we imagine the Zapatista movement, for example, without its poetry and lyricism? At this moment, I am writing from the specific location of the

Crisis Complex

http://www.crisiscomplex.org, We understand the present as an era governed by neoliberal and ecological concerns; a conflux of market and planetary forces whose irreconcilable differences elicit a moment of crisis, and its potential for resolve or rupture. Artists’ strategies and their

Crisis Complex

http://www.crisiscomplex.org, We understand the present as an era governed by neoliberal and ecological concerns; a conflux of market and planetary forces whose irreconcilable differences elicit a moment of crisis, and its potential for resolve or rupture. Artists’ strategies and their

Reality Warping

“Reality warping is a superpower in superhero fiction. It is the ability to reshape matter and energy, create or alter life forms, turn a person’s thoughts or desires into reality, simulate any and all other powers and abilities, bend time

Reality Warping

“Reality warping is a superpower in superhero fiction. It is the ability to reshape matter and energy, create or alter life forms, turn a person’s thoughts or desires into reality, simulate any and all other powers and abilities, bend time

Corporate mystique – Artist’s Aura | Package Yourself

Featured img: Bernadette Corporation’s The Complete Poem installation at Greene Naftali (2009) via Rhizome http://rhizome.org/editorial/2012/jul/25/package-yourself/  Is this serious? This is surely just the appropriation of the mystique of corporate opaqueness, by non-gender specific ‘male’-artists as a way to imbue a

Corporate mystique – Artist’s Aura | Package Yourself

Featured img: Bernadette Corporation’s The Complete Poem installation at Greene Naftali (2009) via Rhizome http://rhizome.org/editorial/2012/jul/25/package-yourself/  Is this serious? This is surely just the appropriation of the mystique of corporate opaqueness, by non-gender specific ‘male’-artists as a way to imbue a

Run, Comrades, #YOLO! — Cursory Notes on Radical Hashtag Forms – Huw Lemmey

The White Review Current Issue Interviews Fiction Art Features Poetry About [Online Only] Run, Comrades, #YOLO! — Cursory Notes on Radical Hashtag Forms Huw Lemmey Autonomia I’m not up on the Internet, but I hear that is a democratic possibility.

Run, Comrades, #YOLO! — Cursory Notes on Radical Hashtag Forms – Huw Lemmey

The White Review Current Issue Interviews Fiction Art Features Poetry About [Online Only] Run, Comrades, #YOLO! — Cursory Notes on Radical Hashtag Forms Huw Lemmey Autonomia I’m not up on the Internet, but I hear that is a democratic possibility.

Two Evenings in Peckham / CMD PLUS

http://cmdplus.info/+/Two_Evenings_in_Peckham.html 12th June: An evening headlined by author and narrativist Stewart Home, who is currently preparing an LP to be released on the Test Centre spoken word label. Stewart will be joined by Katrina Palmer and Iphgenia Baal, two writers

Two Evenings in Peckham / CMD PLUS

http://cmdplus.info/+/Two_Evenings_in_Peckham.html 12th June: An evening headlined by author and narrativist Stewart Home, who is currently preparing an LP to be released on the Test Centre spoken word label. Stewart will be joined by Katrina Palmer and Iphgenia Baal, two writers

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