October 2015

gay men are perfect for show business – recreational promiscuity and drug use with Kenny and Freddie

God Save the Queens part 2 from Todd Sivard on Vimeo.

When Freddie Met Kenny from Blackwatch Media on Vimeo.

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Mel Brimfield and Dickie Beau and Dickie Beau

Willy Little (re-tuning TV sequence) from Dickie Beau on Vimeo.

I wanna be an artist from Dickie Beau on Vimeo.

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The Essential and Authoritative History of Performance Art and introducing Mel Brimfield

Mel Brimfield – This is Performance Art: Episode 1, Performed Sculpture and Dance (excerpt) from Ceri Hand on Vimeo.

Mel Brimfield – This is Performance Art: Episode 2, Experimental Theatre and Cabaret (excerpt) from Ceri Hand on Vimeo.

Mel Brimfield: This is Performance Art – Part 2 from Janan Yakula on Vimeo.

Mel Brimfield: This Is Performance Art (extract) from oB_Av on Vimeo.

Mel Brimfield – Between Genius and Desire – Jackson (after Ed Harris)(excerpt) from Ceri Hand on Vimeo.

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field recordings 2015:05:20 16:40:29 – 2015:06:24 17:01:23 including coming upon AUT & students’ work that is unattributed until u say hey wtf

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rakan stand in the middle

– Clark Lunberry, from here

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When you start working, everybody is in your studio—the past, your friends, enemies, the art world, and above all, your own ideas—all are there. But as you continue, they start leaving one by one, and you are left completely alone. Then, if you are lucky, even you leave.

– John Cage, cited here

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deeper and deeper into the void – a black box containing a volume large enough that the little lights from people’s cellphones are useless to define it

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Bonaparte… more

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too much, again

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Excommunication a book by Alexander R. Galloway, Eugene Thacker and McKenzie Wark, in review

“where the idea of excommunication may be felt most immediately is in tapping into the simmering desire, for those who have such a choice, to disconnect from the frenetic energies of hypermediation, and to find opportunities of contemplation and reimagination in the spaces of communicative exclusion.”

Excommunication “provides a model for productively engaging with those messages—emerging, for example, from states of personal or political apathy, silence or refusal—which declare that there will be no more communication.”

…”there exist worlds outside of what can be communicated and mediated”…

– from here

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