[NetBehaviour] workshops at ISEA2013 tomorrow & presentation on 12june 4pm room 101

Suzon Fuks suzon at water-wheel.net
Fri Jun 7 11:22:13 CEST 2013


James and I are giving 2 workshops tomorrow in the context of ISEA in
Sydney at COFA, College of Arts in Paddington.
More info here: 
http://blog.water-wheel.net/2013/05/waterwheel-at-isea-2013-in-sydney.html

Also giving a presentation of our latest R&D using mobilephones sensors to
cocontrol objects on the Tap but also to send data interpreted on the
Tap...very excited!
This is on Wednesday 12 June at 4pm room 101 at University of Sydney, Law
School...

We'll be happy to meet people. Cheers

Suzon
http://water-wheel.net
Waterwheel, Make and Share about Water




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>   1. Links (Rob Myers)
>   2. 2 Recordings of talk by McKenzie Wark 'The Spectacle of
>      Disintegration' at Furtherfield. (netbehaviour)
>   3. THE PIRATE CINEMA (netbehaviour)
>   4. Here Come the Drones! Reviewed & interview with Dave Young on
>      The Reposition Matrix workshop. (netbehaviour)
>   5. International Interaktionslabor residencies (Johannes Birringer)
>   6. Don't forget Tarkovsky and the Zone (Simon Mclennan)
>   7. What I've been doing recently (Alan Sondheim)
>   8. Links (Rob Myers)
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>Message: 1
>Date: Wed, 05 Jun 2013 12:37:26 +0100
>From: Rob Myers <rob at robmyers.org>
>Subject: [NetBehaviour] Links
>To: NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity
>    <netbehaviour at netbehaviour.org>
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>A virtual reality livecoding environment for the Oculus Rift -
>
>https://developer.oculusvr.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=16637
>
>
>"3D Printing Your Thoughts - Literally" -
>
>http://fabbaloo.com/blog/2013/6/4/3d-printing-your-thoughts-literally.html
>
>
>"Wi-Fi signals enable gesture recognition throughout entire home" -
>
>http://www.washington.edu/news/2013/06/04/wi-fi-signals-enable-gesture-rec
>ognition-throughout-entire-home/
>
>
>"Internet Surveillance and Free Speech: the United Nations Makes the
>Connection" -
>
>https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2013/06/internet-and-surveillance-UN-makes-t
>he-connection
>
>
>"What people think of as the American free speech tradition, is, like
>civil rights and the Super Bowl, a tradition that turns out to date back
>only a half-century." -
>
>http://www.newrepublic.com/article/113294/how-corporations-hijacked-first-
>amendment-evade-regulation
>
>
>"UK Police Launch Campaign to Shut Down Torrent Sites" -
>
>http://torrentfreak.com/uk-police-launch-campaign-to-shut-down-torrent-sit
>es-130604/
>
>
>"How Bitcoin Can Bring Down The United States Of America" -
>
>http://falkvinge.net/2013/06/04/how-bitcoin-can-bring-down-the-united-stat
>es-of-america/
>
>
>"Intel wants to charge $50 to unlock stuff your CPU can already do" -
>
>http://www.engadget.com/2010/09/18/intel-wants-to-charge-50-to-unlock-stuf
>f-your-cpu-can-already-d/
>
>
>"Drone-delivered pizza" -
>
>http://boingboing.net/2013/06/04/drone-delivered-pizza.html
>
>
>Ironising ordinary language art with attitude -
>
>http://thesocietypages.org/cyborgology/2013/06/04/music-spammers-outlaws-o
>r-artists/this_is_not_art_by_dieforthedead/
>
>
>
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>Message: 2
>Date: Wed, 05 Jun 2013 14:41:24 +0100
>From: netbehaviour <netbehaviour at furtherfield.org>
>Subject: [NetBehaviour] 2 Recordings of talk by McKenzie Wark 'The
>    Spectacle of Disintegration' at Furtherfield.
>To: netbehaviour at netbehaviour.org
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>2 Recordings of talk by McKenzie Wark 'The Spectacle of Disintegration'
>at Furtherfield.
>
>Recording 1 (mp3) of McKenzie Wark's presentation about his book The
>Spectacle of Disintegration at Furtherfield on 25 May 2013.
>With an introduction by Dr Richard Barbrook.
>https://soundcloud.com/furtherfield/the-spectacle-of
>
>Recording 2 (mp3) of McKenzie Wark's presentation about his book The
>Spectacle of Disintegration at Furtherfield 25 May 2013.
>Questions & Answers session after talk.
>https://soundcloud.com/furtherfield/the-spectacle-of-1
>
>Both recorded by Richard Thomas from Resonance FM.
>
>More info about the talk at Furtherfield on 25 may here
>http://alturl.com/9pjwh
>
>
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>Message: 3
>Date: Wed, 05 Jun 2013 15:06:24 +0100
>From: netbehaviour <netbehaviour at furtherfield.org>
>Subject: [NetBehaviour] THE PIRATE CINEMA
>To: netbehaviour at netbehaviour.org
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>==============================================================
>A CINEMATIC COLLAGE GENERATED BY PEER-TO-PEER NETWORK ACTIVITY
>==============================================================
>
>THE PIRATE CINEMA
>
>* Video: http://vimeo.com/67518774
>
>In the context of omnipresent telecommunications surveillance,
>?The Pirate Cinema? reveals the hidden activity and geography
>of Peer-to-Peer file sharing. The project is presented as a
>monitoring room, which shows Peer-to-Peer transfers happening
>in real time on networks using the BitTorrent protocol.
>The installation produces an arbitrary cut-up of the files
>currently being exchanged. User IP addresses and countries
>are displayed on each cut, depicting the global topology of
>content consumption and dissemination.
>[conception: Nicolas Maigret | development: Brendan Howell]
>
>Documentation:
>* Project page: http://thepiratecinema.com
>* Video doc: http://vimeo.com/67518774
>* Pictures: http://goo.gl/VSNQh
>
>Interviews:
>* ITW for We-make-money-not-art: http://goo.gl/mhNj2
>* ITW for Torrent-Freaks: http://goo.gl/tqfE6
>* ITW for Wired: http://goo.gl/iXU11
>
>
>
>
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>Message: 4
>Date: Wed, 05 Jun 2013 15:46:14 +0100
>From: netbehaviour <netbehaviour at furtherfield.org>
>Subject: [NetBehaviour] Here Come the Drones! Reviewed & interview
>    with Dave Young on The Reposition Matrix workshop.
>To: netbehaviour at netbehaviour.org
>Message-ID: <51AF4F36.80109 at furtherfield.org>
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>Here Come the Drones! Reviewed & interview with Dave Young on The
>Reposition Matrix workshop.
>
>By Régine Debatty from We Make Money Not Art, reviews 'Movable Borders:
>Here Come the Drones!' show at Furtherfield, and interview with Dave
>Young about his Drones workshop 'The Reposition Matrix'.
>
>The title of the show is pretty self-explanatory. Because, yes! The
>drones are indeed getting closer. Nowadays UAVs aren't just shooting at
>terror suspects and innocent civilians in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen
>and Somalia, they also have civilians uses such as monitoring orangutans
>and other endangered species or helping farmers check the condition of
>their crops which is obviously valuable and exciting. But drones are
>also enrolled to increase control and surveillance over our heads: the
>German railway network is deploying them to combat graffiti-spraying
>'gangs' and a European commission document suggests that, in the coming
>years, drones could be used in crisis management, law enforcement,
>border control and firefighting. Human right activists are calling for
>"greater clarity and transparency about when and how these tools are
>deployed." Eric King of Privacy International also told The Guardian
>that "the secretive way in which surveillance drones have been put into
>operation, and the failure of the police to recognise and address the
>human rights issues involved, has created a huge potential for abuse."
>
>Review/Interview by Régine Debatty
>http://we-make-money-not-art.com/archives/2013/06/the-reposition-matrix.ph
>p#.Ua9HdutAsb1
>
>The 'Movable Borders: Here Come the Drones!' exhibition has now ended?
>http://www.furtherfield.org/programmes/exhibition/movable-borders-here-com
>e-drones
>
>MOVABLE BORDERS: THE REPOSITION MATRIX workshop ended also?
>http://www.furtherfield.org/programmes/event/movable-borders-reposition-ma
>trix-workshop 
>
>
>
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>Message: 5
>Date: Wed, 5 Jun 2013 17:34:35 +0100
>From: Johannes Birringer <Johannes.Birringer at brunel.ac.uk>
>Subject: [NetBehaviour] International Interaktionslabor residencies
>To: NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity
>    <netbehaviour at netbehaviour.org>
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>
>dear all
>
>this is the last announcement for this year's 10th Interaktionslabor in
>the coal mine Göttelborn (Germany)
>a few places still available, please check it out:
>
>
>10. Internationales Interaktionslabor
>31. Juli ?11. August 2013,  Goettelborn, Saarland.
>
>
>Applications for residency (interactive arts and performance, dance,
>design, media and engineering)
>in the 10th international Interaktionslabor can now be submitted.
>
>Bewerbungen können eingereicht werden:
>KünsterInnen aus allen Bereichen (Performance, Tanz, Musik, Design,
>Architektur, Theater, Film) sind willkommen.
>
>website: http://interaktionslabor.de/lab13/index.htm //
>
>
>email Johannes Birringer (director) at johannes.birringer at brunel.ac.uk
>
>
>++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>
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>
>Message: 6
>Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2013 00:52:30 +0100
>From: Simon Mclennan <mitjafashion at hotmail.com>
>Subject: [NetBehaviour] Don't forget Tarkovsky and the Zone
>To: NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity
>    <NetBehaviour at netbehaviour.org>
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>The Zone experimental film night this Friday in Brighton
>see the programme at www.thezonebrighton.blogspot.com
>
>Let's see a few net activists in the flesh shall we...
>Come along, drink something, talk to people, watch the films, argue
>with the authors... see the herbs and flowers,
>the cloudy red demijohns balanced along the shelf: elder flower,
>blackberry, hawthorn, rose hip - drink
>coffee and stare into the space between your eyes and the screen...
>Think of Alan, as he plays his saz
>Think of Michael,
>as he makes his drawings,
>Think of Mark,
>as he makes a poem about the power base
>Think of Ruth
>as she dusts her violin
>Think of all the buckets being made
>Think of the ladies in the boarding houses
>In Blackpool where
>Ken Dodd stayed cheap
>Every season
>His purse clutched to his shirt
>The whistling acts on in the Tower Ballroom,
>The balancers on their chrome stands
>The chinamen with their juggling sticks
>The carpets in the hotels
>Along the esplanade of Morecambe
>The bay that ate the Chinese cockle pickers
>The spring tide
>The low tide
>The crossing of the sands
> From Carnforth
>The country bus that took you there
>The yellowhammers in the cyclamen
>That knelt before the stations
>The cross
>The crossing over the Settle line
>The tunnels
>The air
>The brown fells in Cumberland
>The enigmatic nature of lists
>The old paupers which are us
>The nuts no longer fall
>Along the Elephant And Castle shopping centre
>In late autumn
>When the council workers
>In drab navy blue
>Pick the scabs from their red hands
>And toss the bin bags in the skip
>The skipping you that is the you of you
>The skipper who slides gaily along the tiles
>And shouts yaaaoooaaahhhhgggg
>And bangs against the stair
>Bangs fists on plastic upturned bins
>Binns the high street department store
>Binns the bloody Binns
>Lewises in Liverpool
>Where we ate icecream in 1964
>The Mersey Tunnel where we drove the scooter while blowing a student
>trumpet
>When we were 4
>4 4 4 4 4 4
>
>
>
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>Message: 7
>Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2013 01:11:13 -0400 (EDT)
>From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim at panix.com>
>Subject: [NetBehaviour] What I've been doing recently
>To: netbehaviour at netbehaviour.org
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>What I've been doing -
>
>
>New ESP-Disk vinyl and cd forthcoming!
>
>We've been busy recording and mastering; the recording was made
>at GodelStrings on Saturday, the mastering on laptops.
>
>The lineup and instrumentation -
>
>Azure Carter, lots of songs!
>Chris Diasparra, baritone and tenor saxes!
>Ed Schneider, alto sax, a bit of singing!
>Alan Sondheim, long-necked saz, cura, cura cumbus, electric saz,
>viola, violin, tro, oud, classical guitar, parlor guitar, dan
>moi, kouxian, ukulele, sarangi, suroz, ghichek, pipa, sung lisu,
>flute, chromatic harmonica, Cm harmonic harmonica!
>
>(I wanted to see what the transitions would be like, from one
>instrument or mode of playing to another; I also wanted to try
>using an extreme number of instruments during the course of a
>9-hour recording session.)
>
>The sound recording is amazing - I really recommend this studio.
>
>-- Also, working on a series of texts on IMMORTALITY for the
>upcoming Subtle Technologies gathering/conference in Toronto
>this weekend, yay!
>
>-- And query - just found a Korean gayageum at a thrift store;
>it's quite old and needs some work - if you know anything about
>stringing it please get in touch! Thanks -
>
>
>
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>
>Message: 8
>Date: Thu, 06 Jun 2013 11:48:38 +0100
>From: Rob Myers <rob at robmyers.org>
>Subject: [NetBehaviour] Links
>To: NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity
>    <netbehaviour at netbehaviour.org>
>Message-ID: <6318b50cf939a9dfb1ca8633dd720132 at pobox.com>
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>"McKenzie Wark on The Bourgeois : Between History and Literature and
>Distant Reading" -
>
>http://lareviewofbooks.org/article.php?type=&id=1730&fulltext=1&media=#art
>icle-text-cutpoint
>
>
>Nokia files patent for subdermal implant -
>
>http://investorplace.com/2012/03/nokia-files-patent-for-vibrating-tattoo/
>
>
>"How The US Government Waged War Against The House Of Tomorrow" -
>
>http://paleofuture.gizmodo.com/how-the-u-s-government-waged-war-against-th
>e-house-of-509785059
>
>
>"Anonymity, Encryption And Free Speech: What Nations Need To Do" -
>
>https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2013/06/anonymity-encryption-and-free-speech
>-what-nations-need-to-do
>
>
>"Japan's Radiation Disaster Toll" -
>
>http://www.theage.com.au/comment/japans-radiation-disaster-toll-none-dead-
>none-sick-20130604-2nomz.html
>
>
>"Branding: Google Visual Assets Guidelines" -
>
>http://abduzeedo.com/branding-google-visual-assets-guidelines
>
>
>Google Glass-alike to restore lost or absent visual abilities -
>
>http://www.orcam.com
>
>
>Something long about art criticism & technology, mostly mobile phones -
>
>http://artforum.com/inprint/issue=201306&id=41241
>
>
>
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