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HALT AND CATCH FIRE SYLLABUS 🔥
This has been on my mind for a long time, and now it's a real thing!
#rc3 Day 3 schedule @ Feminist Hackers assembly
VPN-zine project @ 12h00 CET
Interfaces and protocols for videocalls @ 15h00 CET
next /etc discussion @ 18h00 CET
My interview with Nestor Sire
for The Photographers' Gallery is live! We discuss Nestor’s artistic practice and how he has engaged with the development of alternative networks that arose in Cuba, from book rental shops to El Paquete Semanal and SNET.
In this week’s broadcast we’ll be questioning how our works depend, and have been depending all along on pre-existing material.
We’ll explore the frictions between the concepts of authorship and ownership, and the ways in which they can be redefined in the context of contemporary cultural #production.
We are looking forward to hearing back from you.
Join us at 4pm this afternoon, and be sure to wash your hands daily with #liquidsoap !
I'm hosting an evening [SO.AO] at Mutant Radio [TBS] on May 30 [1400 GMT+4] -- https://mutantradio.net/
Currently up and running in the #LURK echo chamber!
"Radio Implicancies is a weekly broadcast of recorded and live matter brought to you by Piet Zwart Institute's Experimental Publishing programme.
In our second episode of the series we continue to experiment with technologies of worlding, methods of story-telling, and encounters of implicancies."
Today 17:00 CEST #XPUB talk about their last special issue: an archive that they cannot talk about...
mini site: https://issue.xpub.nl/11
webchat/streams starts at 17:00 CEST: https://xpub.lurk.org
(and after the event please join https://post.lurk.org/@anglk/104018100875125672 !)
Thursday 12.12.19, doors open at 20:00
We would to invite you to combine, modulate, compose, and play with our 10 unique contributions to the common assembly of the modular publication INPUT-OUTPUT. Each contribution consists of one or more modules. Each of them represents our individual interests in the matter of signals, circuits, language and interfaces, while using modular synthesis as a means to explore these concepts and systems. Outputs vary between sound, image and text.
Assemble and use at your own risk.
Avital Barkai, Damlanur Bilgin, Sandra Golubjevaite, Tisa Neža Herlec, Mark van den Heuvel, Max Lehmann, Mika Motskobili, Clara Noseda, Anna Sandri, and Ioana Tomici