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"We walk like a ghost"

>Since Giuliani crushed it in the 1990s, New York City nightlife has more or less been vestigial. The global security consultant's smash job on Fun City coincided with the anti-rave laws being passed against joyful assembly in the UK.

ECD/Transborder Immigrant Tool - Front Page LA Times - Plus Shows

UC San Diego professor who studies disobedience gains followers -- and investigators

Ricardo Dominguez, an electronic civil disobedience expert, is the target of probes examining whether his work improperly uses public funds and violates security laws.,0,482...

2010 California Biennial

Spencer Finch exhibition at Lisson Gallery, LND - sort of review - [insert relevant Thoreau quote here]

If you're from the UK, or are visiting, then you should definitely pass by the Lisson Gallery for Spencer Finch's exhibition that is on show until the 26th July - So, not long now!

"PRESENT" exhibition opens April 9 NYC, HP Garcia Gallery

PRESENT samples different models and modes of perception and distance, evoking presence in the sense of “reentry” into the fugitive "now" – the critical pivot of point of view, of locality and physical or geographic location, the limits of territory, the infinity of movement.


In 1969 Gene Youngblood wrote a book called expanded cinema. The cinematic experience has influenced all our lives. The meta-narrative of film has become our collective mythos. The components of film, their parts and the manner in which meaning is constructed shape the way we perceive the world. Video, is an extension of cinema as a communication medium. Digital video has staked out it’s own hybrid area that has it’s own rules.

The best young collaborative interface for video art is [PAM] Perpetual Art Machine.

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