[NetBehaviour] New Reviews/Articles on Furtherfield Nov 08.

marc garrett marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Thu Nov 20 14:18:28 CET 2008


New Reviews/Articles on Furtherfield Nov 08.

www.furtherfield.org

Lift up your heads, O ye gates.
Newly co-published by Furtherfield and The Hyperliterature Exchange: an
appreciation of David Daniels, the great shape-poet, who died in May 2008.

"Daniels is one of those figures who straddles the divide between
digital and pre-digital art and literature... His art is about
liberation, uninhibited outpouring, spontaneity and fun."

To read article, go to either:
http://www.furtherfield.org/displayreview.php?review_id=323
http://www.hyperex.co.uk/reviewdaniels.php

A page of tributes to David Daniels (entitled "Tributes to David Daniels
by divers hands") is also being compiled at
http://hyperex.co.uk/reviewdanielstributes.php . If you would like to
add a tribute of your own (in whatever form you prefer), please send it
to edward at edwardpicot.com - a small prize will be sent to the best
one received before 1st March 2009.
Edward Picot's personal website - http://edwardpicot.com

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Female Icons by De Geuzen
Review by Marisa Plumb.

Female Icons is a multifaceted project by the artist group known as De
Geuzen. Riek Sijbring, Femke Snelting, and Renee Turner are the primary
members, and have been making work together under the De Geuzen identity
since 1996. Female icons includes workshops, an online archive of images
and tags, a user-generated collection of photos, and other generative
events that the group hosts at events and festivals.

"The ways in which history and its archives help us to define biography
have changed with the availability of images and information. The Female
Icons project recognizes this milieu of material as our contemporary
toolbox for understanding complex and dynamic notions, such as 'the
feminine'."
http://www.furtherfield.org/displayreview.php?review_id=324



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