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Oskar Fischinger Raumlichtkunst (c. 1926/2012)
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Oskar Fischinger Raumlichtkunst (c. 1926/2012)

Images: courtesy Center for Visual Music Three-projector HD reconstruction by the Center for Visual Music 2012 on at the Govett-Brewster Space, light, music: A dizzying 3 screen projection of moving-image works by Oskar Fischinger (1900-1967). Unfortunately, I have been asked to remove the video so you have to take my word for it but the accompanying … Continue reading

davos 2016: privacy and secrecy
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davos 2016: privacy and secrecy

Sorry for the delay on these post. Just cleaning out my drafts folder. Commonality = priveldge information = value which we trade . Sharing of nuggets of information . goverenments engage in surveillance and espionage Should government be allowed to read someones emails? NO (sort of) / Yes (with a caveat) / YES (sometime) / Yes (with … Continue reading

Twitter feeds and glass castles
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Twitter feeds and glass castles

Twitter feeds are not normally subjected to artistic and/or aesthetic citique but when that feed belongs to one of the most scrutinised females in the western world, it is no surprise that a deeper psychological anlaysis of how individuals view the world around them and how our choices of what we post and share not … Continue reading

re_post : What [in the World] was Postmodernism? An Introduction – by David Ciccoricco
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re_post : What [in the World] was Postmodernism? An Introduction – by David Ciccoricco

[image] mark amerika / jon vega / twine : filmtext v2.0 : http://www.markamerika.com/filmtext/ RE_POST : FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: FRIDAY 22 MAY 2015 DUNEDIN SYMPOSIUM TO OFFICIALLY END POSTMODERNISM A group of scholars and artists will gather the first week of June with one question on their minds: what was postmodernism?  The “What [in the World] was Postmodernism?” … Continue reading