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Film of Sound

February 6, 2012 / 0 comments

Having forgotten and then remembered why I once started blogging, I am now going to make a sincere effort to keep my own record of things going on. One of the things going on is that I have a new video work that is out and about, currently awaiting replies from various venues. Film of…

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“ambience is a novel with a logo” by Tan Lin

March 17, 2011 / 0 comments

After being gently knocked over by “Seven Controlled Vocabularies and Obituary 2004. The Joy of Cooking”, I ordered “ambience is a novel with a logo.”. I recommend you scroll through my little video reading to get acquainted with Tan Lin. ¬†click to play Lin remixes networked and print reading/writing practices into something dense, beautiful, puzzling…

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Practices of Construction

May 26, 2010 / 0 comments

This year I have been doing a lot of listening to the now all-inclusive field of “digital media art.” I regularly read the blog HTMLGIANT for insight into how fiction and poetry writers are adapting to the changes digital culture brings to literary form. In a recent conversation between Blake Butler and Matthew Simmons about…

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Abigail Child – Mayhem (part 6 of Is This What You Were Born For?)

April 22, 2009 / 0 comments

via Ubu Mayhen 1987, by Abigail Child Part 6 of Is This What You Were Born For? Film (16 mm, b/w, sound, 20 min.). This whole series will require some deep attention if I can find it.

Story vs. Collage

March 11, 2009 / 1 comment

None of us can ever retrieve that innocence before all theory when art knew no need to justify itself, when one did not ask of a work of art what it said because one knew (or thought one knew) what it did. -Susan Sontag,¬† Against Interpretation. The 3-minute pop song has it’s roots in the…

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