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November 17, 2016

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"Saddest day of the year for music. Even Bowie and L. Cohen death can't beat
that."

"Mate, I can't take it, lost Prince this year, Trump got elected, Brexit and my
dad died - but this is by far the worst fucking thing, I can't even compute."

"This is the worst event of 2016. End of discussion. The library of Alexandria
for digital music has been burnt to the ground."


Colab - Reproduction - and Non-Reproduction – of Multitudes: UP WITH PEOPLE

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Colab members photographed by Tom WarrenColab members photographed by Tom Warren
Colab - Reproduction - and Non-Reproduction – of Multitudes: UP WITH PEOPLE


Julien Assange on DIEM25


DREAMS REWIRED

Now at Film Forum:

DREAMS REWIRED

DIRECTED BY MANU LUKSCH, MARTIN REINHART, AND THOMAS TODE


In Service to Nothing: Intellectual Inquiry in the Open

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vIn Service to Nothing: Intellectual Inquiry in the OpenvIn Service to Nothing: Intellectual Inquiry in the Open

I am a 4:30 featured speaker at the symposium "In Service to Nothing: Intellectual Inquiry in the Open" jointly hosted by Punctum Books and the Center for Transformative Media at Parsons The New School for Design Nov. 7th. Will show media projects.


Book Review: Anne Garréta’s novel Sphinx

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Anne Garréta’s novel SphinxAnne Garréta’s novel Sphinx
Book Review:

Anne Garréta’s novel Sphinx

Published by Deep Vellum Publishing, 2015

Translated by Emma Ramadan


Water and food, data and networks, medicine and cultural assets: Who owns these resources? Who ought to?

UN|COMMONS
The Fight For Common Wealth | October 22-24
Workshops, Talks, Performances + Cooking
Volksbuehne at Rosa-Luxemburg Platz | Berlin

Water and food, data and networks, medicine
and cultural assets: Who owns these resources?
Who ought to? Who has access and whose access


On Jean Baudrillard’s Pataphysics

14pp., 15 x 30.5 cm., deckle-edged handmade paper wrappers, Pédale 133 letterpress-printed on handmade paper. Translated by Simon Watson Taylor. 177 numbered copies. 44 numbered copies, signed by the author, unavailable 111 copies, numbered 45 to 155, unavailable ISBN 1 900565 27 714pp., 15 x 30.5 cm., deckle-edged handmade paper wrappers, Pédale 133 letterpress-printed on handmade paper. Translated by Simon Watson Taylor. 177 numbered copies. 44 numbered copies, signed by the author, unavailable 111 copies, numbered 45 to 155, unavailable ISBN 1 900565 27 7
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On
Jean Baudrillard


The Global Minotaur

"The Left, with Marx its original prophet, has always warned
that, as a system, capitalism strives to turn us into automata and
our market society into a Matrix-like dystopia. But the closer it
comes to achieving its aim, the nearer it gets to its moment of
ruin, very much like the mythical Icarus."


Review of the Alibis: Sigmar Polke Retrospective

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Christof Kohlhöfer and Sigmar Polke,The Whole Body Feels Light and Wants to Fly… / Der ganze Körper fühlt sich leicht und möchtChristof Kohlhöfer and Sigmar Polke,The Whole Body Feels Light and Wants to Fly… / Der ganze Körper fühlt sich leicht und möcht

Review of the Alibis: Sigmar Polke Retrospective at the Museum Ludwig (Koln)
http://hyperallergic.com/214765/sigmar-polkes-dreamy-trippy-art-went-dee...


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