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For anyone interested in taking this course, see the below links for PDFs of recommended reading for the first session:
"Agape" by Alex Waterman: http://alexwaterman.com/agape
"Experimental Music" by Michael Nyman: http://www.mediafire.com/?fqe7yxcvyxw
This post was made to the blog for Anti-State Communism Reading Group
The Journal of Aesthetics & Protest is looking for
researchers for a movement journalism project among Occupy Wall Wtreet.
Interested in observations and reflections, militant research.
We have a rubric.
To be published online by joaap.
events are happening- the window for the project may close.
if interested, contact us at email@example.com if your interested.
This post was made to the blog for Field Recording
Just as a reminder - this is a 2-day workshop with most of the history and technical stuff covered on day 1 and most of the recording action on day 2. You should plan on coming on both days to attend this workshop.
The other alternative is to just focus on Robot Operating System (ROS) and teach only that language since it is the dominant language and is now tied to Android with ROSjava.
Ritual & Nature
A walk and reading
initiated by ArtCodex and vizKult, et al.
walk starting point:
Sunday, Sept 11th
@ Broadway & W. 155th St.
(Trinity Cemetery & Mausoleum Uptown)
subway: A, C to 155th st. / 1 to 157th St.
This post was made to the blog for Para-Academia & Theory Fiction
the soundless sound of the sponge
taking and giving to the
a hard sponge
and about and above
disappearance into the
expansion of the formless
I feel like a sponge
taking taking taking
the fluid drips
out of the shapeless
shaping itself around
the black board
the chalk screaching
white on black
This post was made to the blog for Para-Academia & Theory Fiction v3
Para-Academia & Theory Fiction | Session 4: Complicitous Continuums: The Horrors of the Cosmicist Earth, facilitated by Ben Woodard
Saturday, September 17 at 1:00pm at Observatory [You must enter through the blue front doors on Union Street. Push buzzer #1E.]
This course will explore the Geo-philosophical earth as theory-fictional node for explaining a cosmicism/universalism in which the outside is continuously advancing upon all purportedly firm grounds and solid bodies. Weirdness, as in the weird of weird fiction and the darkness of dark romanticism and the crumble of the gothic, will be explored as the intrusion of the non-local upon the local, arguing that all stability is in fact subject to continuous degradation, shift, and collapse.