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my hand became my enemy

Either way, art seems to have triumphed once and for all, at the price of having nowhere to go. "Art after the end of art," Danto called it. Could art really have escaped its own history?


- bill 7-13-2001 11:30 pm [link] [add a comment]

Charlotte Morman

" I had no difficulty being Korean in America. We were thinking in terms of numbers. This virgin land here was so big that I didn’t have a problem. I could go anywhere. I wanted to do everything. I was like an elephant in a china shop. I could break everything. I was very excited about a revolution with Charlotte Mormon and me. In Germany I was making a kind of “sexable music” and I couldn’t find in Germany an instrumentalist girl who would play nude for me. In Japan I was looking for some nude girls, but at that time, classical music was a middle class thing in Japan. So they were very prudent. So they didn’t understand what I wanted. But Charlotte Mormon was wild oats, a tough girl. So she was a very tough girl; she knew what I was trying to do. America had become a very important art country by then. America was invading Germany and France already and I needed a homeland, to homestead. When I was in New York I came here to SoHo. I lived on Canal street for almost 10 years." -NJP

Fame Exchange


- bill 7-12-2001 10:18 pm [link] [2 comments]

Stephen Vitiello

Listen to Walker Arts Center audio project 7/1-30/01 crossfade

Tetrasomia

The Light of Falling Cars

The World Trade Center Residency

Scratchy Marimba

TWISTER

interviewed


- bill 7-12-2001 8:32 pm [link] [add a comment]

What exactly is a Media Z Lounge, a Sky
Media Loft, or a Login Gateway? And could
someone please explain what happens
when you take a Chariot to the Heavens?

- bill 7-12-2001 7:51 pm [link] [add a comment]

Here's an interview with digital artist John Simon. Pretty interesting, but I don't know what to think about his art. He taught "computer art" at SVA, and I like his approach (from the little I can make out of it.)

When I was teaching in the Computer Art MFA program at the School of Visual Arts [in New York] I taught both programming and systems. The systems class was meant to explain how the computer worked, layer by layer, from "why the user interface looks like a desktop" to "how electricity and transistors can be made to store and manipulate information." I don't think we should allow creative innovators to use application software without showing them how it is all put together.
He had a piece in bitstreams, so maybe Tom could comment on his work?
- jim 7-08-2001 5:18 pm [link] [2 refs] [1 comment]

Once upon a time, important art was made in France.
- alex 7-05-2001 3:14 pm [link] [add a comment]