Month: May 2008

Big Buck Bunny Is Out!

And it's brilliant. Seriously, these guys know more about classic humorously violent funny animal cartoons than Dreamworks animators have ever been told they can't use by their managerial overlords.See here for downloads: Big Buck Bunny DownloadsAnd buy the 2 DVD set for PAL & NTSC versions of the cartoon as well as all the "source"…
Posted in Aesthetics, Free Culture

Nope, I Got Nothing

I've had very little energy recently (no idea, possibly a virus, no not a computer virus, work with me here) and so I'm behind on just about everything I'm meant to be doing. I've also been reading Batman and Silver Surfer collections that the library has in. Oh and the T&H "Internet Art" book, "Laws…
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Copyleft And Literary Genius

Moorcock's Miscellany - View Single Post - BLACK PETALS I had another child to support, but by then I was selling very well andhad royalties and foreign rights coming in This enabled me to devotethe kind of time I came to devote to the Pyat books which weresomething my conscience demanded I writeOne of the…
Posted in Free Culture

Where I Will Be Tomorrow Night

Open Source Embroidery: Craft and Code HTTP GalleryUnit A2, Arena Design Centre71 Ashfield RoadLondon N4 1LDCome and see the show and meet up with lots of extremely excellent people. And me.
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Robert Rauschenberg RIP

Robert Rauschenberg, RIP - Boing Boing Robert Rauschenberg, a pioneer of multimedia art in the truest sense of the phrase, died last night. He was 82.Rauschenberg's work had a massive impact on me when I first arrived at art school. His art was high stakes aesthetics in which either everything was transformed into art or...…
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Still Busy

I'm still working on various projects, notably Like That and an artworld social network data visualisation project that may be called "Information". And I may have some good news regarding my criticism and design work as well soon.I'll post when I have something to show...
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Exhibitions at HTTP Gallery. Open Source Embroidery: Craft and Code

Exhibitions at HTTP Gallery. Open Source Embroidery: Craft and CodeThis exhibition explores the connections between the collaborative characteristics of needlework, craft and Open Source software. This project has brought together embroiderers, patch-workers, knitters, artists and computer programmers, to share their practice and make new work. I met the curator/artist at an HTTP social last year…
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