[NetBehaviour] NetBehaviour and Academia
marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Thu Jun 16 16:47:02 CEST 2005
I think that I'm getting this now...
- may be it is time for furtherfield to claim a little territory
regarding Netbehaviour, so it can be promoted as much as other projects
- Also a statement (text) about the residency so that those academics
who are creatively challenged can read a more regarding its context...
So residencies are accepted officially
have i got the jist right here?
> brain too warped from being mutated & adapted to the tune of funding
> proposal jargon to process properly but i like the suggestions so far ...
> i think we are already moved into (beyond?) the experimental activity
> phase ...
> does it deserve a whole *page* on the site?
> i would like to suggest that you also add a page to the furtherfield
> site with some good recipes for making nutritious & tasty meals from
> stale bread (i can contribute a couple) as i think this would be
> useful for furtherfield artists.
> h ; )
> At 1:29 AM +0100 16/6/05, marc wrote:
>> so what do other people think about such thingz....
>> place a quote below...
>>> im adding another here :-)
>>> what about this nibz...
>>> A contemporary artist no longer needs to mutate and adapt their
>>> intention(s) to the tune of any academic driven mind-set. Culture is
>>> now our teacher, and of course those who dare to explore beyond any
>>> given or imposed canon or style. marc garrett.
>>>> Marc and I have recently received a couple of emails requesting
>>>> that we add a page to the NetBehaviour website stating our
>>>> rigourous peer-reviewed process. This would guarantee cudos and
>>>> career points to academics (especially in the USA in need of tenure
>>>> points) who contribute to the list.
>>>> It could make more sense to write a collective statement of process
>>>> and quality assurance; )
>>>> I like this as a start.
>>>> "Our practical conclusion is the following: we are abandoning all
>>>> efforts at pedagogical action and moving toward experimental
>>>> activity" - Asger Jorn: Notes on the Formation of the Imaginist
>>>> Bauhaus, 1957
>>>> spotted here
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