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LE DERIVE - video screening on sunday, feb 7

PHILIPPE TERRIER-HERMANN:
LE DERIVE - THE RIFT
With Simon Buret, Andy Gillet, Dimitri Capitain, Charles Delpon, Roxane Mesquida, Brady Corbet, Christian Tual and Diane de Beauveau.

Screening and Q+A in presence of the director and one of the actors, Andy Gillet.

Sunday, February 7 2010, 8 PM
at White Slab Palace


Yes Men - "Climate Debt Agents"

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Press conference: 1pm CET, Frederiksholms Kanal 4, Copenhagen
Contact: Margaret Matembe, margaret.matembe@enviro-canada.ca, +45-23960186
Coverage: Click here, or click throughout press release for specific links
Videos:
Canadian announcement (hi-res download)
Ugandan response (hi-res download)


Bruce Talks Back: Professional problems. Amateur solutions.


first day of class at BHQFU

In response to Alan W. Moore's critique of their show at Susan Inglett Gallery and my response to said critique, the Bruce High Quality Foundation sent the following note:

Hey Steve,

Thanks for sending this, and thank Alan too for his criticisms. They are well warranted if one is expecting the exhibition to provide a clear argument for what the school is, why it is, or how it got there. For better or worse, we decided against doing that. The school decided to let the school be the school and let the exhibition take a more tongue in cheek, poetic approach to self-representation.

Whatever one feels about that decision, the university itself is a different animal, one that thrives on the kind of conversation you and Alan seem invested in participating in. We will be having our final BYOU meeting of the semester this coming Tuesday and we'd be happy to see you both there. We start at 7 and stop when it's over.

Best,
BHQF


THE THING presents AMBIENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Thu Dec 10, 7-9pm
White Box, 329 Broome St.

LOVE, PIRACY, AND THE OFFICE OF RELIGIOUS WEBLOG EXPANSION
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


Whatever Happened to Net Art?

Not long ago, Internet art was the latest thing. Today it seems historical, along with postmodernism and New Media. Until its peak in the mid 1990’s, Internet art had a scent of the future. It was invested – symbolically and economically – with the capacity to signify and even prefigure a glorious global future for all.


PDA = dancelovesart @ Art Basel Miami Beach

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dancelovesart
presents
PDA
dancelovesart is a series of nomadic dance acts, installations, and video and performance interactions taking place in and around Art Basel Miami Beach.

dancelovesart will be hosted by Morgans Miami properties with daily performances and dance installations in the pools and onsite at Mondrian, Shore Club and Delano

Sunsets December 4 l 5 l 6 2009, 4 - 6pm.
curated by Natalie Kovacs

For more information go to PAM:
http://www.perpetualartmachine.com/content/view/677/48/lang,en/


SWARM the VOTE - Support the Transborder Immigrant Tool Today

Hola all,

We the Chicana Coyotek Gangs (CCG),
we used to be known as
Electronic Disturbance Theater/bang.lab.

What is your vote on our new name?

Speaking of votes.

CCG would like you to SWARM the VOTE TODAY.

How can I do that you ask and what am I voting for?

Here is the scoop - a new news story has popped-up at the OCR:

November 20, 2009 9:26 AM


Cyberfest presents Perpetual Art Machine at The Hermitage Museum

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Perpetual Art Machine be included as part of the 2009 St Petersburg International Cyber Art Festival, November 20-29, at the State Hermitage Museum in Russia. Artists include: Andrey Bartenev, DJ Spooky, ///harvestworks///, Sonic Self and more.

More info at:
http://www.perpetualartmachine.com


Wu Ming Presents Manituana

Date:
Friday, November 20, 2009
7:00pm

Location:
BlueStockings
172 Allen St
New York, NY

Wu Ming is a pseudonym for a group of Italian authors, "a band of guerrilla novelists" whom have collaboratively written several novels, including 54 (2002), Manituana (2009), and, under the pseudonym of Luther Blissett, Q (1999).


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