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Creating New Worlds with Photomontage 

Really looking forward to this workshop.

montage (mɒnˈtɑːʒ, French mɔ̃taʒ) — n 1. the art or process of composing pictures by the superimposition or juxtaposition of miscellaneous elements, such as other pictures or photographs The art of montage can be seen in an array of artistic mediums. Participants in Thursday evening's experiential workshop will explore the interface between montage and photography. …

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Antlers Wifi 

One of my favorite image sites, Antlers WIFI, is back online, the images are of a different sort now and they do not have accompanying music. Still fantastic though.

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Creativity, Imagination and Innovation Symposium 

This is awesome.


Reposted from Arts & Humanities. Written by Lydia Kim.

The Department of Arts and Humanities endorses the intrinsic value of creativity and imagination in education. To that end, we invite you to attend the Creativity, Imagination and Innovation Symposium on April 28th and 29th. Thursday, April 28: 6 PM to 9 PM Reception in Macy Gallery Experiential Workshops in Creativity (Paint Images, Join a …

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The best gif I have seen in some time. 

I really am enjoying the animated GIF renaissance of the last few years, so much so that I have my own GIF project . This image is so simple but has such nice depth and color, very well done. via DVDP

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Tape Loop Instruction 

This is a video showing how to make a tape loop. It has been viewed over 80,000 times on YouTube. I love that video has become such an integrated part of transferring folk knowledge, especially in the realm of experimental and media based art.

Posted 71 months ago by

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Tape Drawings 

Brethless - Tape Drawing - by Jennie C. Jones

Posted 72 months ago by

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Ivy Noise. The aesthetics of the speaker. 

Ivy Noise. Read more here

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Experiencing the digital through the analog. 

James Bridle's publication of a 12 volume set chronicling every edit made on the Iraq War Wikipedia entry has been making the rounds this week. I was moved by this project not only for the author's intent but for what it symbolizes about how data and facts exist in our online lives. Bridle positions the …

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Highline Singers 

I recorded this on Sunday at the Highline Park in Manhattan. It is a short recording of the New Renaissance Street Singers.

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Time Stand Still 

I may refer to this Summer as 'The Slow Summer'. I seem to be inundated with a variety of media and music that relies on the slowing down of a piece of media and sampling it into infinity. Dan Lopatin's piece 'Time Stand Still' is one of may favorites. He also records as Oneohtrix Point …

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Blogs as archives of identity, past-selves. 

I have had a handful of blogs in my life. Some of which are gone forever, since they were self hosted and I destroyed them. There are two, however, that still exist by being hosted by blogger and Tumblr. The first blog,  It's Not About You It's About Us was my very first foray …

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The merging of mediums. 

The musician Jeff Mills has a new release. His chosen medium is a merged CD and LP. One side of the 5" disc is a regular CD the flip side is a vinyl record to be played by a turntable. I love this idea. It creates a conversation between to very distinct yet related pieces …

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Repost: March 31 

I am big fan of Molly's new site about how the mouse-path software can be used to analyze her work, as well as the nature of the type of 'immaterial' work we do.


Reposted from Screening. Written by Molly Riordan.

It took me nearly all day to log into my Google Calendar due to some mysterious Google-slowness. So I couldn't get much deciphered from my past recorded days. A big blob of waiting in the lower right, most likely where I closed a chat before I went on a lunch break. But check out how …

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Zimoun 

I have been following the work of Zimoun and Pe Lang for a few years now. I find their sound sculptures to be some of the most well designed pieces of sound art I have ever seen. The attention to design and the subtlety of the materials and generated sounds differ from "grungier" works employing …

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Understanding The Web 

Ben Ward has written one of the better essays I have read about understanding what the web is and what tools made for the web should do. I encourage reading the entire post but wanted to highlight this almost blatantly obvious, yet wonderful still, quote: Want to know if your ‘HTML application’ is part of …

Posted 76 months ago by

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On Cassettes and nostalgia  ☆

I have stumbled upon two articles recently that discuss the place that the cassette holds in contemporary culture and music, one from Pitchfork and one from The Times. I personally have a deep affinity for cassettes and magnetic tape, partly for it's lo-fi sound and partly for it's literal impermanence. You can purchase vinyl records …

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