Month: April 2006

More Hektor

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Posted in Generative Art


Imagine a horror film about an insane ventriloquist who believes that his possessed dummy is not in fact talking, and that he must speak for it.

Posted in Aesthetics


It’s the business model for Web 2.0: GBBG – Get Bought By Google

Posted in Satire

Copyright Culture (Remixed)

Copyright Culture (Remixed) Who has the right to borrow, copy, cut, reproduce and remix what, under which circumstances and according to whom? Copyright, Culture (Remixed) is a series of volumes of short films that looks at the impact that increasingly

Posted in Free Culture

Remixed Reading

Remix Reading is hosting a unique art exhibition in the Riverside Museum at Blake’s Lock for the weekend of Friday 28th – Sunday 30th April, open from 10am-4pm.The exhibited artists won our competition that asked artists to remix either the

Posted in Aesthetics, Free Culture

NEWSgrist – where spin is art: Artists’ Rights or Copyright Extremism? Miro Estate vs. Google

NEWSgrist – where spin is art: Artists’ Rights or Copyright Extremism? Miro Estate vs. Google I meant to blog this but Joy does it better. Moral Rights seem a very important concept to reconcile with Stallmanian Freedom (or Fair Use),

Posted in Free Culture


Polite have done an excellent job printing postcards of “belgrade (for manik)”, from the series “1969”. Email me and I’ll send you a few (rob at robmyers dot org). I -er- forgot to put the Creative Commons licence on the

Posted in Free Culture, Projects

Slogan For A T-Shirt

A relational artist says that I’m with stupid

Posted in Aesthetics, Satire

Relational Aesthetics (The Institutional Theory + Suspension of Judgement – Radical Commitment) [via Rhizome RAW]

The trained seal of approval that is Relational Aesthetics (The Institutional Theory + Suspension Of Judgement – Radical Commitment) is unlikely to get its coat based on the chinstroking of Octoberistas. Pointing out that there is someone behind the curtain

Posted in Aesthetics

I, for one, welcome our new net.prick overlords. [Via Rhizome RAW]

There’s a case to be made that the volume and duration of postings [by a mailer script that accidentally flooded the Rhizome RAW mailing list with spam] makes the work sculpture. That their transgression makes them interrogative of unexamined

Posted in Aesthetics, Generative Art, Reviews, Satire