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Cloud-Based Institutional Critique

http://thepublicschool.org/node/37841

 

Art Magazines Critical Reading Group

http://thepublicschool.org/node/35990

 

 

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A few last links for everyone

This post was made to the blog for Capitalism and Schizophrenia / Anti-Oedipus / Deleuze and Guattari

A few last links for everyone

1) Sort of the opposite of music to soften the sounds of knives and forks, here's our final discussion on Anti-Oedipus set to the sounds of food and drink. A sure crowd pleaser for all who thought our intellects were sharp but needed more sounds of chewing and slurping before we'd have a big radio hit.

http://www.sendspace.com/file/xjxgs5

Class #2 recording

This post was made to the blog for Capitalism and Schizophrenia / Anti-Oedipus / Deleuze and Guattari

Hey everyone!  I just want to give a shout out to John for facilitating class yesterday and recording it.  Sorry again I couldn't be there.  I'm looking forward to catching up with you all in two weeks.

Here's a link to the recording:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/zz5pza

Unsexy Heresy

"Since 1993 millions of Roman Catholics have petitioned the Pope to proclaim a new dogma that would effectively add Mary to the Holy Trinity" says Ronald F. Hock of USC in the introduction to his 2004 book Banned Book of Mary concerning the forbidden Infancy Gospel of James written about 150 A.D. This class would not focus on the above mentioned petition per se, but on a much more radical reading of the Infancy Gospel of James, one which could claim Mary herself to be Christ, besides ofcourse the established place of her Son, Jesus Christ. This class is by no means a pontification, but a simple exploratory publication of this perennial, albeit unsexy, heresy.

Invitation to contribute to Spacer zine

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Hi, I wanted to pass along this invitation to contrinute to SPACER, a new zine.  All the details below.  If you have any questions feel free to get in touch with Eli, who is organizing the zine at eli.dvorkin@gmail.com

 

film

This post was made to the blog for Our Lives Are Not Negotiable: A Reading Group

hey for those interested, I mentioned a film about the aftermath of greece 2008, it's this al jazeera one I was thinking of:

http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/witness/2011/10/2011103151128717999.html

I haven't seen it

riot from wrong-- please forward

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a friend's film premièring in London

A documentary about the riots made by young people
check the attachment x pass it on

 

 

Fri at Millennium - Personal Cinema: Matt Peterson

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Personal Cinema: Matt Peterson

15 June 2012 - 8PM
Millennium Film Workshop
66 East 4th Street, New York, NY 10003

A program of film and video by Matt Peterson, often made in collaboration. Produced along with the collective Red Channels (2009-2011), Dan Meyerson, and others, these works include actualities, assemblages, cinema engage, city portraits, direct cinema, documentaries, essays, screen tests, etc.

This will be a multi-media presentation/live cinema event, with musical accompaniment and narration for select works, followed by an open discussion.

--San Francisco Earthquake and Fire - Made with Red Channels, 1906/2009, Film/Video, 17 minutes [with live music]
--Late Autumn - Made with Dan Meyerson, 2009, DV, 20 minutes [premiere screening]
--As a Crowd Gathers [excerpt] - Made with Red Channels, 2011, Video, 7 minutes [with live narration]

Scenes from a Revolt Sustained: A Reportback from Tunisia

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Scenes from a Revolt Sustained: A Reportback from Tunisia

5 June 2012 – 7:30PM
The Brecht Forum
451 West Street, New York, NY 10014

This Tuesday we will host a reportback from some comrades who spent some weeks in April traveling around Tunisia, meeting with militants, rebels, anarchists, Stalinists, council communists, unionists, students, unemployed, et al.

During our trip we tried to meet with those working to continue the revolutionary process, and to hear their analyses on the current situation; going back to the immediate responses to Mohamed Bouazizi’s suicide of December 17th, 2010, and beyond. With very little information on Tunisia ever coming through Western media, we felt a particular void of English-language translations of Tunisian militants. So it was this we tried to document in a feature-length documentary film scheduled to be released this summer.

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