[thingist] hörspiel

arfus greenwood arfus at thing.net
Tue Dec 8 21:42:48 UTC 2009


have you been talking to christoph?
anyway, i am coming down with something today (again, and am in aching  
pain right now)
but we will see, maybe, i'll be fine tomorrow and can pop over with  
the draeger-holzfeind's who have already insisted that i attend.

so pleased to hear that you have been thinking of the hörspiel. are in  
the realm of the totalitarian state? or off somewhere else?

best arfus

On Dec 8, 2009, at 5:07 AM, Wolfgang Staehle wrote:

> this is the season of the book launch.
> don't miss these events if you happen to be in ny.
> support the ambienttv caravanserei and save london from
> cultural decay!
> wolfgang
> Thu Dec 10, 7-9pm
> White Box, 329 Broome St.
> a participatory installation
> On a censor's desk lie stacks of identical books awaiting redaction.  
> In
> each book, a provocative text - the transcript of an interview with
> Iranian philosopher Ali Alizadeh - is censored by hand.  The  
> censorship
> scheme is exacting and draconian, leaving only one (different) word of
> the text exposed in each copy.
> Reflecting the content of the text (in which Alizadeh traces the
> polyvalent impact of new technologies on freedom of expression in  
> Iran),
> LOVE, PIRACY... continues online as an experiment in collective
> uncovering. Holders of the book are invited to collude in undermining
> the censor's efforts by sharing their unique words at the project
> website. As words are shared, so the text is gradually revealed to  
> all.
> www.ambienttv.net/content/?q=love
> www.whiteboxny.org
> __________________________________________________________
> Sat Dec 12, 6.30 pm
> Eyebeam, 540 W 21st St
> artist book launch
> Presentation of the publication which elucidates the work of London
> artists Luksch & Patel and their collaborators, as part of the wave of
> critical art that has emerged alongside the rise of digital networks.
> Includes texts by Armin Medosch, Keiko Sei, Siraj Izhar.
> followed by...
> PARTY! Mukul will be playing music at the after-party for Eyebeam's
> Holiday Hackshop, a free electronic bricolage fair for all ages.
> www.ambienttv.net/content/?q=ambientbook
> www.eyebeam.org
> ---
> Manu Luksch & Mukul Patel (917) 302-6582
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