[NetBehaviour] call for participation

marc marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Thu Jul 28 17:18:38 CEST 2005


Hi leon,

I've certainly got a few things to add...

marc

> We are currently looking at approximately 60 page book, A5 black and 
> white with limited graphics.
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> There will be an initial 500 printed, these will be distributed at the 
> event for free.
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> The book format ties into a Print On Demand format and subsequent 
> purchases through that system will be charged at cost.
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> Individual dialogues will occur on varying content, which is a way of 
> saying I don't know.
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> Editorial questions should be directed at diy at c6.org 
> <mailto:diy at c6.org> who Dr. Betti Marenko,
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> Submit and find out I suppose,
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> leon
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> *From:* netbehaviour-bounces at netbehaviour.org 
> [mailto:netbehaviour-bounces at netbehaviour.org] *On Behalf Of *Lawrence 
> Upton
> *Sent:* den 28 juli 2005 12:45
> *To:* NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity
> *Subject:* Re: [NetBehaviour] call for participation
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> Do you have any hopes or fears about length of submissions?
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>     *-----Original Message-----*
>     *From: *leon <leon at c6.org <mailto:leon at c6.org>>
>     *To: *'NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity'
>     <netbehaviour at netbehaviour.org <mailto:netbehaviour at netbehaviour.org>>
>     *Date: *Thursday, July 28, 2005 12:30 PM
>     *Subject: *RE: [NetBehaviour] call for participation
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>     Call 'DIY SURVIVAL' (There is no Subculture, only Subversion)
>     Publication.
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>     C6 invite submissions for a forthcoming publication on strategies,
>     methods
>     and techniques of DIY art practices. We are seeking innovative,
>     critical and
>     radical approaches to diverse art practice and organization
>     focused on how
>     to produce art unbound by market, commerce, and whitecubes. The
>     aim is to
>     produce a guide of tactical means for collective art making.
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>     We are looking for a wide range of perspectives, essays, case studies,
>     artworks and interviews to articulate and promote the idea of self
>     generative cultural events and the collective production of art.
>     Contributions from artists, activists, cultural producers, and
>     other related
>     professionals are welcome.
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>     Deadline the 7th of September.
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>     C6 wish to keep the possible topics vague enough for interpretation, a
>     starting point may be:
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>     . Ethos, history and politics of DIY art and culture
>     . Occupation of territories
>     . Culture jamming, guerrilla art practices
>     . Strategies of audience engagement
>     . Tales of endurance, invention and uncompromising passion
>     . Resistance and the creation of communities
>     . Question of authorship/ownership in collaborative systems
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>     Keywords: community, digital, tactical, strategic, interactive,
>     intervention, pervasive, collective, fine art sausage machine.
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>     Deadline for submission is 1st September 2005. Comments and
>     queries can be
>     sent to diy at c6.org <mailto:diy at c6.org> 
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>     The launch event will be held on the 29th of October at the c6
>     show 'SOLD
>     OUT' in Cremer street Shoreditch London.
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