[-empyre-] complete public events for Paper and Pixel Week atDocumenta 12 (with links)

Posted by Christina McPhee | Thu Jul 12th 2007 1:56 p.m.

documenta 12 magazines: Kassel 16-22 July 2007

http://magazines.documenta.de/frontend/site.php?
IdPublication=1&IdLanguage=1&NrIssue=1&NrSection&NrArticle26#anker

Paper and Pixel

organised by Alessandro Ludovico and Nat Muller

in collaboration with LabforCulture.org http://www.labforculture.org/

Tuesday 17 July

13:00-14:30 Lunch Lecture, Documenta Halle

How to Survive the Paper Industry

Participants: Simon Worthington (Mute, London) http://
www.metamute.org/ , Alessandro Ludovico (Neural, Bari) http://
www.neural.it/

Moderator: Nat Muller (Rotterdam)

Ever since ink turned into toner and pixel, printed paper has been
struggling to survive as a medium. Yet,
stubborn independent editors are still producing the most endangered
species of paper products: the
independent magazine. By endlessly reinventing content, technical and
economical strategies these magazines
testimony to the distinct qualities of printed publications, such as
periodicity, touch of paper and smell of copy.
Yet, it is precisely the love for the speed of electrons, and an
understanding of the potentials of networked
media, that have inspired the cultural tactics of these magazines;
from print-on-demand, collaborative editing,
sharing content and knowledge, to surfing and playing up to new
economical demands.

16:00-17:30 Screening and Discussion

Ibon Aranberri in dialogue with Pablo Lafuente (London)

Kabinett 1, Documenta Halle

Thursday 19 July

10:30-12:00 The Art of Blogging

Kabinett 2, Documenta Halle

A lecture by Regine Debatty (We-make-money-not-art.com, Berlin).
http://www.we-make-money-not-art.com/

The art of blogging. How blogging is an art and how to make it
successful. The queen of media art blogging
Regine Debatty talks about the king of media art blogs. Ironically
titled, 'we make money not art', the latter is a
unique case in the world of digital art publishing successful,
competent, engaging, and purely digital.

13:00-14:30 Lunch Lecture, Documenta Halle

Processual Aesthetics, Processual Editing: Net-Working

Participants:

Miren Eraso (Zehar, San Sebastian), http://magazines.documenta.de/
frontend/index.php?IdMagazine6, http://magazines.documenta.de/
frontend/index.php?IdMagazinew

Christina McPhee (-empyre-, Sydney), http://www.subtle.net/
empyre , http://magazines.documenta.de/frontend/index.php?IdMagazineY

Patricia Canetti (Canal Contemporaneo, Sao Paulo/Rio de Janeiro)
http://www.canalcontemporaneo.art.br/\_v3/site/index.php?idioma=br

Moderator: Alessandro Ludovico (Neural, Bari) http://
magazines.documenta.de/frontend/index.php?IdMagazineX

Cultural networking has been embodied in different forms through the
various nets of independent publishers.
We will focus on the aesthetics and practices of networking,
collaborative editing and publishing and how that
all ties into what has been called 'processual aesthetics
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