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When Theft Serves Art

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Warhol's radicalism lives on through sensible copyright management, as the Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts allows artists to build on the icon's works. By Lawrence Lessig from Wired magazine.

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Originally posted on Wired News: Top Stories by Rhizome


Call for Entries: Turbulence New England Initiative II (Corrected)

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Turbulence.org:

[....] three commissions at $3,500 each.

Call for Entries: Turbulence New England Initiative II

Turbulence.org is pleased to announce its “New England Initiative II,

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Originally posted on Rhizome.org Raw by Turbulence.org


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This is one of the best new netart works I've seen in a long time. Very exciting!

Originally posted on Rhizome.org Raw by jimpunk


Post-crystal

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Wi-R-Crystals & the Crystalpunk Softscreen Wilfired has posted a list of reports and reviews of the Crystalpunk Workshop for Soft Architecture over at socialfiction’s ’stream of consciousness’. There were a couple of soft encapsulations of the punk meme completed towards the end of the workshop worth highlighting. [...]

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Originally posted on dataisnature.com by Rhizome


Sorting reality pixel by pixel

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For her Master show, Anna Wignell installed in Stockholm in the end of 2005 a piece called Sorting.

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A mathematical algorithm operating directly on the information of the media processes in real time the incoming camera image obtained in the gallery. The pixels of the video image are sorted by brightness and processed from left to right working upon rows from top to bottom. The image obtained from the camera continues throughout this process to contain all of its original information. The complexity of the original camera image (reality) is being reorganized/ordered into a soft gradation/transition. The perspective changes from depth to surface.

Images and short video.

Thanks Loove!

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Originally posted on we make money not art by Rhizome


Mapping New York Communities:

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An Introduction to GIS

Mapping New York Communities: An Introduction to GIS and Community Demographic Analysis Workshop - One Day Workshop: This fast paced, hands-on workshop teaches the fundamentals of how to use a Geographic Information System (GIS) in a way that is particularly relevant to social service providers, planners and researchers. Participants learn to make thematic maps of their community, geocode addresses and perform spatial queries and analysis. Participants also learn to extract and map Census variables such as race, poverty, language, education, health and many other demographic variables. Exercises are designed for beginners. Intermediate Excel skills required. Each students is assigned a computer on which to work for the day.

When: March 2nd and 3rd, 2006 (8:30 am - 4:30 pm) Note: This is a one day workshop. Please choose which date is most convenient for you. Where: NYC Seminar and Conference Center 71 West 23rd Street, Suite 515 New York, NY 10010 - Limited seating, please register early Fee: $399. To register online or telephone us 877.241.6576.

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-Read through for more information on the different workshops.

Originally posted on networked_performance by jo


Time for John Cage

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As Slow as Possible/ASLSP

The world’s longest performance of a piece of music is being played in Germany, and it will go on playing for another 639 years. John Cage's composition ASLSP, or to give it its full title As Slow As Possible, is part of what organisers have described as ‘a revolution in slowness.’ But can this really be taken seriously or is it simply a publicity stunt? Arts In Action reports.

Throughout his life, the experimental American composer, John Cage, was celebrated for his various efforts to subvert audiences’ conventional concepts of what music is, and should be. Famously quoted as saying, ‘if my work is accepted I must move on to the point where it isn’t’, Cage continually pushed back artistic boundaries and led audiences to the edge of reason.

Much of his theory of art was based on random events. Whether he used conventional percussion instruments or tinkered with audio frequencies, performances of Cage’s work always sparked conversation. In 1952 he hallenged every musical assumption with his most notorious piece entitled 4'33". Here players sat silently for the allotted time, allowing the ambient noise to fill the void. This quite literally was the sound of silence. more [via netbehaviour]

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Originally posted on networked_performance by jo