[NetBehaviour] Media Lab Culture in the UK and beyond

Jara Rocha jararocha at gmail.com
Sun Sep 2 09:36:01 CEST 2012


Dear Johannes and all,

Regarding the media lab culture studies and approaches, I would  
reference LABtoLAB network in Europe, a project which first phase  
lasted two years of intense conversation precisely on the "wht are we,  
media labs?" topic between several european institutions/projects.  
It's all documented here: http://www.labtolab.org/~labtolab/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

It was very nice to see how from Madrid's meeting a Latin-American  
sequel emerged, adapting the question to their context(s): LabSurLab  
(it had its second edition this year): https://labsurlab.org/

To end with, some participants on LabtoLAB started this very nice  
project named FictionLab, which has started an initiative on mapping  
the media lab ecosystem: http://mappa.fictionlab.hu/

I'm also at the moment very interested in doing some archeology and  
genealogy of this sort of spaces. Starting from Madrid, but of course  
placed in a wider global context, from new Intermediae's Experimental  
School of Cultural Production.

Thank you for your references!

Cheers,
____________________
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>   1. Re: Media Lab Culture in the UK and beyond (Johannes Birringer)
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>   3. Channeling the Dead, Sarinda (Alan Sondheim)
>   4. [Fwd: Re: [Group] burak arikan's mapping project for "truth
>      is concrete"] (aharon)
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> Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2012 13:40:23 +0100
> From: Johannes Birringer <Johannes.Birringer at brunel.ac.uk>
> Subject: Re: [NetBehaviour] Media Lab Culture in the UK and beyond
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>
> thanks for this interesting reference.
>
> The development of research oriented/arts and science labs
> is of course not a UK phenomenon alone, but an international
> one, with interesting precursors (say, interdiscplinary arts & design
> schools and workshops as they were formed in the Bauhaus) reaching
> back to the early 20th century.... and with quite fascinating lineages
> that probably deserve a complex media lab archaeology, if you also  
> think of the emergences
> of sound art and sound research in the 20th century.
>
> As to the history of sound art experimentation, there is a stunning  
> exhibition currently on view (until January 2013)
> at ZKM in Karlsruhe,  I can recommend it.
>
> Sound Art. Sound as a Medium of Art
>
> http://soundart.zkm.de/en
> http://soundart.zkm.de/
> The website publishes the two key essays of the catalogue, on sound  
> art, by Peter Weibel and Julia Gerlach.
>
>
> In 1999, Michael Century (now at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)  
> presented an extensive study and outline on research/media labs:
> Pathways to Innovation in Digital Culture, 1999. This is still  
> available at:
> http://www.nextcentury.ca/PI/PImain.html
>
> Kerstin Evert, who I believe now works for the Hamburg Kampnagel  
> Fabrik,
> wrote her dissertation about dance labs:
> Dance Lab: Zeit genössische Tanz und Neue Technologien. Wuerzburg:
> Königshausen und Neumann, 2003.
>
> In the Netherlands, Anne Nigten (formerly with V2) published her  
> findings in
> Processpatching, Defining New Methods in aRt&D, Phd Thesis,  
> University of the Arts London  (Lulu publishing ISBN 1409299260)  
> (2007)
>
> see also:  http://www.patchingzone.net/
> http://www.processpatching.net/publications
>
> (also: Joke Brouwer,  with  Arjen Mulder, Anne Nigten, Laura Martz,  
> eds.,  aRt&D: Artistic Research and Development, Rotterdam:  
> V2_Publishing/NAi Publishers, 2005)
>
> It would be interesting to know whether there are similar studies  
> and overviews of media lab culture in
> Asia, Australia, and the Latin continent, but also, for example,  in  
> Russia (since Vitebsk/Unovis and VUKhUTEMAS) and Eastern Europe.
> In 2000 a series got started in France, Anomalie digital_arts, which  
> I believe has issued six volumes so far, and the no. 5 was dedicated  
> to Brazil media arts.
>
>
> I would be particularly interested in reports on performance/media  
> lab culture.
>
> with regards
> Johannnes Birringer
> director, Interaktionslabor
> http://interaktionslabor.de
>
>
> +++++
>
> Subject: [NetBehaviour] Media Lab Culture in the UK
>
> Media Lab Culture in the UK
>
> By Charlotte Frost
>
> http://www.furtherfield.org/features/articles/media-lab-culture-uk
>
> Though the term ?lab? conjures the image of a fairly sanitised
> environment optimised for scientific experiments and populated by  
> people
> in white coats, media labs ? centres for creative experimentation ?  
> are
> quite different. At their most basic, they are spaces ? mostly  
> physical
> but sometimes also virtual ? for sharing technological resources like
> computers, software and even perhaps highly expensive 3D printers;
> offering training; and supporting the types of collaborative research
> that do not easily reside elsewhere.
>
> They saw the internet?s myriad ways of changing the way we make, think
> about and share art ? not to mention its capacity for social  
> empowerment
> ? and wanted to harness these qualities quickly and effectively. With
> many practitioners coming from the spaces, practices and communities
> forged by the independent film and video movement, the phenomenon of  
> the
> UK media lab was born. However, despite the importance of these spaces
> as the hybrid homes of the then emergent and now embedded creative
> activities that characterise today?s rich field of digital and media
> practices, their history and contribution to current lab environments
> has been little discussed outside a niche arena.
>
> This article is part of a much larger survey commissioned by
> Furtherfield called 'Collaboration and Freedom ? The World of Free and
> Open Source Art'.
> All other articles/files can be found on the P2p Foundation wiki site.
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>
> Commissioned by Arts Council England for Thinking Digital 2011.
>
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> Message: 2
> Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2012 15:07:39 +0100
> From: Johannes Birringer <Johannes.Birringer at brunel.ac.uk>
> Subject: Re: [NetBehaviour] Media Lab Culture in the UK and beyond 2
> To: NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity
> 	<netbehaviour at netbehaviour.org>
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> footnote:
>
> I forgot to mention that in the "Sound Art. Sound as a Medium of  
> Art" exhibition at ZKM i made several discoveries,
> and one refers to the subject we briefly discussed this morning  
> (media lab culture).
> I watched an hour long film that depicted work ? and the lab and the  
> instruments and inventions -
> by overlooked Finnish visionary Erkki Kurenniemi -  an I had indeed  
> never heard of this material.
> (the section where this is exhibited is titled "unheard avant- 
> gardes). I was amazed by the
> things Kurenniemi said in the film, and the electronic instruments  
> he built since the 60s. Curiously, the
> film was installed in a dark room with three screens and multiple  
> speakers, and one of Kurenniemi's sound compositions
> was playing throughout while the film also ran, and both together  
> created a most hallucinatory effect on my mind.
>
> The Future Is Not What It Used to Be (2002)
> Director: Mika Taanila
>
> (Erkki Kurenniemi?Born 1941 in Hämeenlinna, Finland. A pioneer of  
> electronic art in Finland, Erkki Kurenniemi, composed computer-based  
> music and designed his own instruments as early as the 1960's. His  
> career embraces music, film, computers, robotics - in other words,  
> both art and science - with natural ease. He is a nuclear scientist/ 
> inventor/artist, whose projects and ideas have been surprisingly  
> ahead of their times.
> He is best known as a designer of unique electronic instruments at  
> Helsinki University's Department of Music during the 1960s. He  
> subsequently had an impressive career as a pioneer of industrial  
> automation at Rosenlew in the 70s, an automation designer in Nokia's  
> cable division in the early 80s, and as head of exhibition planning  
> at the Heureka Science Centre in 1987-1999. An exploratory search  
> for totally new kinds of user interfaces for musical instruments and  
> the semiautomatic generation of music have been among Kurenniemi's  
> main goals throughout all these years.)
>
>
> After this brief excursion to Scandinavian media lab culture,
> I also wish to say that I realized, after posting, with  
> embarrassment that I tended to assume media art labs
> were evolving in industrialized regions, globally. But there must  
> have been media lab cultures on the African
> continent as well;  for the Caribbean, I recently saw a book which I  
> enjoyed very much:
>
> Julian F. Henriques,  Sonic Bodies: Reggae Sound Systems,  
> Performance Techniques and Ways of Knowing, London: Continuum, 2011.
>
> and Julian talks very eloquently about "sound systems" as a cultural  
> praxis.
>
> At the ZKM book table, i also saw Eduardo Navas's new book, Remix  
> Theory: The Aesthetics of Sampling, Wien/New York: Springer, 2012,
> and he describes dub and remix culture in similar terms, a a larger  
> cultural discourse.
>
> Do you know resources about lab culture in Africa and the  
> revolutionary Northern African regions?
>
>
> regards
> Johannes Birringer
>
>
>
>
>
>
> ________________________________________
> From: netbehaviour-bounces at netbehaviour.org [netbehaviour-bounces at netbehaviour.org 
> ] On Behalf Of Johannes Birringer [Johannes.Birringer at brunel.ac.uk]
> Sent: Friday, August 31, 2012 1:40 PM
> To: NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity
> Subject: Re: [NetBehaviour] Media Lab Culture in the UK and beyond
>
> thanks for this interesting reference.
>
> The development of research oriented/arts and science labs
> is of course not a UK phenomenon alone, but an international
> one, with interesting precursors (say, interdiscplinary arts & design
> schools and workshops as they were formed in the Bauhaus) reaching
> back to the early 20th century.... and with quite fascinating lineages
> that probably deserve a complex media lab archaeology, if you also  
> think of the emergences
> of sound art and sound research in the 20th century.
>
> As to the history of sound art experimentation, there is a stunning  
> exhibition currently on view (until January 2013)
> at ZKM in Karlsruhe,  I can recommend it.
>
> Sound Art. Sound as a Medium of Art
>
> http://soundart.zkm.de/en
> http://soundart.zkm.de/
> The website publishes the two key essays of the catalogue, on sound  
> art, by Peter Weibel and Julia Gerlach.
>
>
> In 1999, Michael Century (now at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)  
> presented an extensive study and outline on research/media labs:
> Pathways to Innovation in Digital Culture, 1999. This is still  
> available at:
> http://www.nextcentury.ca/PI/PImain.html
>
> Kerstin Evert, who I believe now works for the Hamburg Kampnagel  
> Fabrik,
> wrote her dissertation about dance labs:
> Dance Lab: Zeit genössische Tanz und Neue Technologien. Wuerzburg:
> Königshausen und Neumann, 2003.
>
> In the Netherlands, Anne Nigten (formerly with V2) published her  
> findings in
> Processpatching, Defining New Methods in aRt&D, Phd Thesis,  
> University of the Arts London  (Lulu publishing ISBN 1409299260)  
> (2007)
>
> see also:  http://www.patchingzone.net/
> http://www.processpatching.net/publications
>
> (also: Joke Brouwer,  with  Arjen Mulder, Anne Nigten, Laura Martz,  
> eds.,  aRt&D: Artistic Research and Development, Rotterdam:  
> V2_Publishing/NAi Publishers, 2005)
>
> It would be interesting to know whether there are similar studies  
> and overviews of media lab culture in
> Asia, Australia, and the Latin continent, but also, for example,  in  
> Russia (since Vitebsk/Unovis and VUKhUTEMAS) and Eastern Europe.
> In 2000 a series got started in France, Anomalie digital_arts, which  
> I believe has issued six volumes so far, and the no. 5 was dedicated  
> to Brazil media arts.
>
>
> I would be particularly interested in reports on performance/media  
> lab culture.
>
> with regards
> Johannes Birringer
> director, Interaktionslabor
> http://interaktionslabor.de
>
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 3
> Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2012 22:27:53 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim at panix.com>
> Subject: [NetBehaviour] Channeling the Dead, Sarinda
> To: netbehaviour at netbehaviour.org
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>
>
>
> Channeling the Dead, Sarinda
>
> http://lounge.espdisk.com/archives/909 (best listening)
> http://espdisk.com/alansondheim/deathch1.mp3
> http://espdisk.com/alansondheim/deathch2.mp3
>
> I feel I'm channeling the dead; playing the sarinda, from
> Afghanistan, is like no other instrument; the music I play
> isn't from me, is like no other; I hear the voices of the
> dead in the deeper strings, the chorus; I hear the cries
> and lamentations of the living in the upper strings - and
> I mean this literally, the instrument controls me, it's
> haunted, spirits are living in it, spirits are speaking
> through me, it hadn't been played in years, perhaps
> decades, they were waiting for me, they are coming for me,
> I've come for them, I've come to play their grief and
> their sorrow, something takes me, takes the movement of
> the bow, the sway of the instrument, it may be centuries
> old, there is grief residing in it, anguish within it,
> when I play the sarinda, I don't know who I am, something
> or someone else, is moving the bow
>
>
> I am in tears playing this instrument, trembling - it's
> tearing me apart - I've been having twitches again -
> something neurological - I've been to the doctor before
> - have to go again - the music helps me along - cries
> out to me - something -
>
>
> (Earlier) Channeling Little Song, Sarinda
>
> http://lounge.espdisk.com/archives/909 (best listening)
> http://espdisk.com/alansondheim/channel3.mp3
>
>
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 4
> Date: Sat, 1 Sep 2012 09:08:49 +0200
> From: "aharon" <aha at aharonic.net>
> Subject: [NetBehaviour] [Fwd: Re: [Group] burak arikan's mapping
> 	project for "truth is concrete"]
> To: netbehaviour at netbehaviour.org
> Message-ID: <c467737bb403d4caac7ef39129e752f6.squirrel at aharonic.net>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
>
> Hoyas!
>
> Might be of some interest in this list?
>
> Cheers!
>
> Aharon
> xx
>
> digihub.org.uk
>
>
> ---------------------------- Original Message  
> ----------------------------
> Subject: Re: [Group] burak arikan's mapping project for "truth is  
> concrete"
> From:    "Scott Rigby" <scott at basekamp.com>
> Date:    Sat, September 1, 2012 3:57 am
> To:      "sh / Anne Faucheret" <faucheret at steirischerherbst.at>
> Cc:      group at lists.basekamp.com
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>
> On Aug 31, 2012, at 5:23 AM, sh / Anne Faucheret wrote:
>
>> Dear Scott,
>>
>> -  i hope you are doing well!
>>
>> I am writing you regarding the mapping project by Burak Arikan, which
> means a lot to us. Since he still needs to work with the material, he
> would need all contributions till mid of next week.
>>
> Hi Anne, sure - this is a great thing to map & visualize!
>> It really just takes a few minutes!
>>
>>
>>
>> As you know he is asking for things:
>>
>>
>>
>> 1) Please name the people participating in the marathon you have
> collaborated with in the past (not including the marathon itself).
>>
>> A complete list of contributors you can find at:
> truthisconcrete.org/participants/
>>
>> But I paste a list of all participants beneath, that makes it even
> easier - just mark or copy the names. Or delete all others, whatever  
> is
> easiest for you.
>>
> Ok, I will mark people who we've collaborated with below.
>
> After the conference, we may have more to say on possible  
> collaborations
> with more of these people!
>>
>>
>> 2) Please name the artistic and political strategies and tactics that
> you are using in your work. Please do not describe them, just find a
> word or two for your appropriate name for them. It can be as many as  
> you
> wish.
>>
> Critical community building
> Collaboration as a practical and theoretical stance
> Alternative models of creative practice
> Organization Without Hierarchy, Attribution Without Ownership, and  
> Value
> Without Capital
>>
>>
>> We really would appreciate if you would support us in this - the  
>> maps in
> their playful approach can provide a good base for reflections and
> discussions. Send the material to me and i will forward it!
>>
>> If you have any further questions, we are of course very happy to  
>> answer
> them.
>>
> One quick question - is it way too late to add that I am part of the
> Basekamp group to the list? Many people know of our group but may or  
> may
> not know me personally (Stephen Wright is also part of Basekamp, but  
> may
> not want to identify himself that way primarily). I have the feeling  
> that
> it may be too late, but it never hurts to ask. Ideally I would be  
> listed
> as:
> Scott Rigby / BASEKAMP (USA)
>>
>>
>> All the best & thanks a lot
>>
>> Anne
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Hans Abbing (NL)
>>
>> Milan AdamÄŸiak (SK)
>>
>> Udi Aloni (IL)
>>
>> Valery Alzaga (MEX)
>>
>> Ulf Aminde (D)
>>
>> Burak Arikan (TR)
>>
>> ArtLeaks (RO)
>>
>> Awesome Tapes From Africa (USA)
>>
>> Zdenka Badovinac (SLO)
>>
>> Zbynék Baladrán (CZ)
>>
>> Anette Baldauf (A)
>>
>> Katherine Ball (USA)
>>
>> Stéphane Bérard (F)
>>
>> Ellen Blumenstein (D)
>>
>> Manuela BojadÅ≤ijev (D) / Ultra-red
>>
> Yes:
> http://basekamp.com/about/events/ultra-red
>> Leah Borromeo (GB)
>>
>> Jakob Braeuer (D)
>>
>> Christoph Braun (D)
>>
>> Reinhard Braun (A)
>>
>> Chimurenga (ZA)
>>
>> Carlos Celdran (RP)
>>
>> Center for Political Beauty (D)
>>
>> common spring collective (D)
>>
>> Luigi Coppola (B/I)
>>
>> Critical Practice (GB)
>>
>> Minerva Cuevas (MEX)
>>
>> Sibylle Dahrendorf (D)
>>
>> Eyal Danon (IL)
>>
>> Diedrich Diederichsen (D)
>>
>> IIMP - International Institute of Political Murder (D)
>>
>> Annie Dorsen (USA)
>>
>> RÓza El-Hassan (H/SYR)
>>
>> Rana El Nemr (ET)
>>
>> Enmedio Collective (ES)
>>
>> Köken Ergun (TR/D)
>>
>> Charles Esche (NL/GB)
>>
>> Tim Etchells (GB)
>>
>> Everday Rebellion (A)
>>
>> Marcelo ExpÓsito (AR)
>>
>> Eleonora Fabião (BR)
>>
>> Nick Farr (USA)
>>
>> Anne Faucheret (A/F)
>>
> I am writing you an email right now
>> Femen (UA)
>>
>> Joanna Figiel (GB/PL)
>>
>> Noah Fischer (USA)
>>
>> Dirk Fleischmann (ROK/D)
>>
>> Davis Freeman (B)
>>
>> Isabelle Fremeaux (F)
>>
>> Fun-Da-Mental (GB)
>>
>> Alexandra Galkina (RUS)
>>
>> Loreto GarÖn Guzman / Etcétera... (AR)
>>
>> Vjekoslav GaÅ¡paroviÄΩ / pulska grupa (HR)
>>
>> Federico Geller (AR)
>>
>> Mariam Ghani (USA)
>>
>> Adrienne Goehler (D)
>>
>> Jennifer González (USA)
>>
>> Julieta Gonzalez (VE)
>>
>> Janna Graham (CAN)
>>
>> The Haircut Before The Party (GB)
>>
>> Gary Hall (GB)
>>
>> Christian Hanussek (D)
>>
>> Paul Harfleet (GB)
>>
>> Stefano Harney (GB)
>>
>> Nicoline van Harskamp (NL)
>>
>> VÖt Havranek (CZ)
>>
>> Adrian Heathfield (GB)
>>
>> Carl Hegemann (D)
>>
>> Herr Bogensberger (D/A)
>>
>> Stefan Hertmans (B)
>>
>> Pia Hierzegger (A)
>>
>> Herwig G. Hoeller (A)
>>
>> Edgar Honetschläger (A)
>>
>> Sam Hopkins (I/KE)
>>
>> Hor 29 Novembar (A)
>>
>> Khaled Hourani (PS)
>>
>> Hector Huerga (ES)
>>
>> Iconoclasistas (AR)
>>
> I know Stephen Wright has worked with them
>> The Israeli Center for Digital Art in Holon (IL)
>>
>> Irwin (SLO)
>>
> Yes, in 2006:
> http://basekamp.com/about/projects/east-art-map
>
> And again in 2010:
> http://basekamp.com/about/events/irwin
>> Janez Janša (SLO)
>>
>> Khaled Jarrar (PS)
>>
>> Anna Jermolaewa (A/RUS)
>>
>> Jeudi Noir (F)
>>
>> John Jordan (GB/F)
>>
>> Kaddu Yaraax (SN)
>>
>> Don Karl aka Stone (D)
>>
>> Veronica Kaup-Hasler (A)
>>
>> Kavecs (GR)
>>
>> Jerry Killick (GB)
>>
>> Jisun Kim (ROK)
>>
>> Kira Kirsch (A/D)
>>
>> Guido Kleene (NL)
>>
>> Nikolai Klimeniouk (RUS/UA)
>>
>> Klumzy Tung (GB)
>>
>> Bettina Knaup (D)
>>
>> The Kominas (USA)
>>
>> MichaÅ≠ KozÅ≠owski / Free Slow University Warsaw (PL)
>>
>> Omer Krieger (IL)
>>
>> Leo KÃπhberger (A)
>>
>> The Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination (GB)
>>
>> André Lepecki (USA/BR)
>>
>> André Ã≈ric Létourneau (CAN)
>>
>> Lexxus Légal (CGO)
>>
>> Lawrence Liang (IND)
>>
>> Miguel LÓpez (PE)
>>
>> Sri Louise (USA)
>>
>> Matteo Lucchetti (I)
>>
>> Lucifer / Church of Kopimism (NL)
>>
>> Make (RUS)
>>
>> Florian Malzacher (A/D)
>>
>> Mapa Teatro (CO)
>>
>> Oliver Marchart (A)
>>
>> Masala Brass Kollektiv (A)
>>
>> Joana Mazza / ObservatÓrio de Favelas (BR)
>>
>> Tomislav Medak (HR)
>>
>> Antanas Mockus (CO)
>>
>> Moddi (N)
>>
>> Maryam Mohammadi (IR/A)
>>
>> Mao Mollona (GB)
>>
>> monochrom (A)
>>
>> Carlos Motta (CO/USA)
>>
>> Chantal Mouffe (GB/B)
>>
>> Rabih Mroué (LB)
>>
>> Michal Murin (SK)
>>
>> Marina Naprushkina (BY)
>>
>> Alexander Nikolic / Boem*
>>
>> Mary Ocher (D/RUS)
>>
>> Jens Ohlig (D)
>>
>> Sofia Olascoaga (MEX)
>>
>> Nikolay Oleynikov /Chto Delat (RUS)
>>
> We invited them to join our section of the Creative Time Summit in New
> York in 2010:
> http://basekamp.com/about/events/plausible-artworlds-creative-time-summit
>> Giulia Palladini (I)
>>
>> Sibylle Peters (D)
>>
>> Nenad Duda PetroviÄΩ (SRB)
>>
>> Claus Philipp (A)
>>
>> The Pinky Show (USA)
>>
>> The Piracy Project (GB)
>>
>> Michelangelo Pistoletto (I)
>>
> We did have a critical discussion with people from and about the
> Cittadellarte project:
> http://basekamp.com/about/events/cittadellarte
>> Lisl Ponger (A)
>>
>> SrÄŒa PopoviÄΩ / CANVAS (SRB)
>>
>> Precarious Workers Brigade (GB)
>>
>> Goran Sergej Pristaš (HR)
>>
>> Public Movement (IL)
>>
>> Radio Helsinki (A)
>>
>> Johanna Rainer (A)
>>
>> Tzortzis Rallis (GB/GR)
>>
>> Judith Raum (D)
>>
>> raumlaborberlin (D)
>>
>> Gerald Raunig (A)
>>
> No, but his writings are very relevant to our project!
>> Oliver Ressler (A)
>>
>> Reverend Billy & The Church of Stop Shopping (USA)
>>
> One of the members of our group - Salem Collo-Julin - has worked  
> with Rev
> Billy as part of the primary group she collaborates with, Temporary
> Services
>> Richard Reynolds (GB)
>>
>> Dont Rhine (USA) / Ultra-red
>>
> See ^ Manuela BojadÅ≤ijev
>> Scott Rigby (USA)
>>
> Yes╜ oh wait╜ >:)
>> Irit Rogoff (GB)
>>
>> Lina Saneh (LB)
>>
>> Imanuel Schipper (CH)
>>
>> Florian Schneider (D)
>>
> Yes (sort of - We need to finish our conversation!):
> http://basekamp.com/about/events/kein
>> Thomas M. Schnölzer / die Pastinaken (A)
>>
>> Judith Schwentner (A)
>>
>> Marco Scotini / Disobedience Archive (I)
>>
>> Salma Shamel / Mosireen (ET)
>>
>> Urok Shirhan Alsaedy (IRQ)
>>
>> Gregory Sholette (USA)
>>
> Yes
>
> 2006:
> video screening at Basekamp groups old space in Philadelphia
>
> in 2007:
> http://common-room.net/making-room-for-redundancy/
>
> in 2010:
> http://basekamp.com/about/events/dark-matter-archives-imaginary- 
> archive
>
> And other things I can't remember right now
>> Stevphen Shukaitis / Minor Compositions (USA)
>>
>> Amund Sjølie Sveen (N)
>>
>> Anders Smebye (N)
>>
>> Joost Smiers (NL)
>>
>> Laila Soliman (ET)
>>
>> Petr Sourek / CorruptTour (CZ)
>>
>> Janek Sowa / Free Slow University Warsaw (PL)
>>
>> Jonas Staal (NL)
>>
> Yes in 2008:
> http://lists.basekamp.com/pipermail/discussion/2008-December/000163.html
>> STEALTH.unlimited (NL/SRB)
>>
>> Nora Sternfeld (A)
>>
>> Amund Sjølie Sveen (N)
>>
>> Kuba Szreder (PL)
>>
>> Theater im Bahnhof (A)
>>
>> Teatr.doc (RUS)
>>
>> Bert Theis (I/L)
>>
>> Slaven Tolj (HR)
>>
>> Aseem Trivedi (IND)
>>
>> Don Tshibanda (CGO)
>>
>> the vacuum cleaner (GB)
>>
>> Wolfgang Vacarescu (A)
>>
>> Dmitry Vilensky / Chto Delat (RUS)
>>
> See Nikolay Oleynikov ^
>>
>> Marina Vishmidt (GB)
>>
>> Voina (RUS)
>>
>> W.A.G.E. (USA)
>>
>> Klaus Walter (D)
>>
>> Joanna Warsza (PL)
>>
>> Dave Watts (GB)
>>
>> Hans Winkler (D)
>>
>> WochenKlausur (A)
>>
> Yes -
>
> in 2008:
> http://basekamp.com/pipermail/bk-discussion-list_basekamp.com/2008-August/000055.html
> http://basekamp.com/pipermail/bk-discussion-list_basekamp.com/2008-August/000066.html
>
> in 2009 Martina Reuter invited me to join a panel on feminism and
> collaborative art:
> ╲Fluidity and Interactivity: The LA Art Girls Discuss  
> Collaborative
> Practice,╡ Inventive Concepts: Models of Participatory  
> Leadership,
> College Art Association, Los Angeles, 2009
>> Michael Wrentschur (A)
>>
>> Stephen Wright (CAN)
>>
> Yes - Stephen is part of the BASEKAMP group, and along with me one  
> of the
> main organizers of Plausible Artworlds.
>> Salam Yousry (ET)
>>
>> Stephen Zepke (A/NZ)
>>
>> Michael Zinganel (A)
>>
>> Federico Zukerfeld / Etcétera... (AR).
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> http://truthisconcrete.org
>>
>> _
>>
>> Anne Faucheret
>> Kuratorische Beratung Bildende Kunst /
>> Curatorial Consultant Visual Arts
>>
>> steirischer herbst
>> 21/09 â•„ 14/10/2012
>>
>> SackstraÃe 17 / 8010 Graz / Austria
>> t +43 664 24 500 84 / f +43 316 823 007 77
>> http://www.steirischerherbst.at
>>
>
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