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Joseph Nechvatal overview 1980 - 2010

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A video slide show overview of the art of Joseph Nechvatal from the years 1980 to 2010
audio by Joseph Nechvatal


lOng rear view

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lOng rear view
by Joseph Nechvatal

all paintings (2010-11) by Joseph Nechvatal

Stephane Sikora : C++ programming

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"pOstmOrtem"


Eye Full

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Eye Full by Joseph Nechvatal

All art (2010) and audio (Ego Masher (1983)) by Joseph Nechvatal

Ego Masher appears on: An Anthology Of Noise & Electronic Music /6- Sixth A-Chronology 1957-2010 [Disc 1]


Stephen Moreno and Austin Arnold discuss Joseph Nechvatal's cOncerning Abu Ghraib and Jasper Johns' Green Flag.

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Stephen Moreno and Austin Arnold discuss Joseph Nechvatal's cOncerning Abu Ghraib and Jasper Johns' Green Flag.


Warhol Andy Uh Yes Uh No mOney

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Warhol_Andy_Uh_Yes_Uh_No_mOney
by Joseph Nechvatal 2011
with technical assistance from Stephane Sikora
audio: voice of Andy Warhol compressed by Joseph Nechvatal


Creative Arte TV presents: Esthétique et complexité by Joseph Nechvatal

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Esthétique et complexité - Joseph Nechvatal  Vidéo exclusive réalisée pour ArtecreativeEsthétique et complexité - Joseph Nechvatal Vidéo exclusive réalisée pour Artecreative

Copyright News: Unfair Use of "Road to Nowhere" in Political Campaign Prompts Settlement/Apology to David Byrne/Talking Heads

Richard Prince is not the only downtown New York artist who has been party to a recent copyright/intellectual property litigation. But unlike Prince - who was on the losing end of a decision (currently under appeal) regarding the fair use of photographs appropriated in his "Canal Zone" paintings - Talking Heads frontman David Byrne favorably settled a lawsuit in which he was the aggrieved party for the unlicensed use of the song "Road to Nowhere" in a political campaign.


The last Concert at the Atelier am Flutgraben.

still recovering from those berlin nights...


Lounge Lizards 1979 Conquest of Rar


There was nothing cooler in the post punk, nuevo wavo, downtown Manhattan scene of 1979 than a Lounge Lizards gig at the Squat Theater on West 23rd Street.


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