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PublisherArcangel Surfware2015
Six, Sixty-six Cory Arcangel, 2004 http://www.coryarcangel.com Requirements: Osx, perl, the “lame” mp3 encoder/decoder, the “normailze” binary Cory Arcangel (special thx to the Radical Software Group) Script to compress an mp3 recursively (666) times. “…..” − Jazz
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PublisherArcangel Surfware2015
Space Invader Cory Arcangel, 2004 http://www.coryarcangel.com Credz: Code by Alex Galloway of the Radical Software Group Requirements: Atari 2600, Space Invader cartridge, CRT television, 4K EEPROM, 2600 2K/4 K PCB (Assembled w/Socket). A mod of Atari game Space Invaders where all the invaders − except one − have been deleted. “Everything bad that can happen to a person has happened to me” − Paris Hilton
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PublisherGauss PDF2019
Although a “closet drama” is by definition a play meant to be read rather than performed, this does not preclude an attempt at staging the anima. Unlinking “closet drama” from its primary theatrical definition in this way frees up other connotations for “closet drama” as well, which I think serves the plays. “Anima,” Latin for soul or vitality, is also Jung’s word for emergent femininity. If we proceed towards a performance, anything in italics should be considered a stage direction, even if it seems to interrupt speech. These directions should be taken seriously and enacted wherever possible (through set, lighting, audio, ...
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“I’m not an outlying case. Everyone is on their computer all day now, no matter what you make. I dont know whose job it is, but I do think most artists are at least as savvy as I am. They might not have naming conventions, but certainly they take care of their files. Its just a part of life now, right? You have your laptop and it might have some MP3s that you really dont want to lose, so you take care of them. Digital maintenance is just becoming part of life. Its so boring, but its just a part ...
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The materials in Toolkit for Cooperative, Collective, & Collaborative Cultural Work trace a process we have been working through for over a year with over 25 collaborators, mentors, and friends whom we admire. As we reached the final stages of compiling this project to share and distribute publicly, we suddenly found ourselves within the COVID-19 pandemic, an unprecedented global health crisis that has shaken our community, our process, and every aspect of our lives. In the wake of the pandemic, we are reminded that at the heart of our work lies the understanding that wellbeing, integrity, equity, and care is ...
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Urgency Reader is a quick assembling of texts, risograph printed in Pawtucket, RI, and bound as a book at the last minute to launch at the Odds and Ends Art Book Fair at Yale University Art Gallery on December 6, 2019. Suggested topics from the open call included ⊹urgency, ⊹craft ⊹queerness ⊹gender ⊹transformation ⊹kinship ⊹race ⊹survival ⊹post-apocalyptic practice ⊹futurity ⊹pedagogy ⊹surveillance capitalism ⊹death of capital ⊹radical publishing ⊹decolonization ⊹augmentation ⊹resistance ⊹sci-fi ⊹collective care ⊹joy Inspired by Omnibus News #1 (1969), Assembling (1970–87), and other assembling publications, Urgency Reader is an experiment in publishing as a gesture of call and response: the ...
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Urgency Reader 2: Mutual Aid Publishing During Crisis began with a 10-day open call that was announced on March 18, 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The call for work was motivated by two desires: 1—to collectively document some of the extraordinary conditions, dynamics, and emotions being experienced while in quarantine, and 2—to provide some relief to artists and writers impacted by the crisis, in both creative and monetary forms. How might publishing as artistic practice embody communal care? More than 100 artists and writers submitted work, mostly generated during quarantine. Contributors were compensated a total of $2,295, using funds from ...
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PublisherArcangel Surfware2018
What a Misunderstanding! Cory Arcangel, 2009−2011 http://www.coryarcangel.com/ A perl file which will grab the New Yorker caption this cartoon image every week and post it to a new tumblr blog with the caption “What a misunderstanding!”. Originally performed at http://www.what−a−misunderstanding.com. “I’m big on thinking” − Shaq

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