Hirad Sab

Love this work by Hirad Sab, a graduating MFA student in my department. Rather than embed it I’ll let you follow the link to the whole show.

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Photos and videos Lilith – Pascal for small machines

In may 2006 Jos Dreesen send me the following photos of a surviving, but then not functional Lilith. In january 2008 Jos succeeded in having this machine running again, one of the few functional remaining Lilith computers (there may be a functioning one at ETH, about ten are known to exist)! […] Link

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Scrapism

This is a work-in-progress guide to web scraping as an artistic and critical practice, created by . I will be updating it over the coming months! I’ll also be doing occasional live demos either on Twitch or YoutTube. You can sign up to receive updates at: https://tinyletter.com/scrapism. […] Link

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Superior Forms of Corruption - Xenofeminist Ways of Building a World from Scraps

Revising the split between the natural and the artificial, xenofeminism offers ways of constructing a viable future from former spaces of violence and inhibition. The Xenofeminist Manifesto is a particularly upbeat text. […] Link

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NL_CL

ABOUT NL_CL NL_CL (Netherlands Coding Live) is a self-organized assembly of live coding artists based in The Netherlands. NL_CL organizes monthly gatherings, discussions, concerts and other cultural activities to help bring together and give a platform to this community. […] Link

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Conlon Nancarrow

Conlon Nancarrow (/nænˈkæroʊ/;[1] October 27, 1912 – August 10, 1997) was an American-born composer who lived and worked in Mexico for most of his life. He became a Mexican citizen in 1956. […] Link

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