[NetBehaviour] Google Web Designer - The Death of Net.Art ?

Bjørn Magnhildøen noemata at gmail.com
Wed Oct 2 13:51:44 CEST 2013


the font is too small to read...  (death of language?)


On Wed, Oct 2, 2013 at 1:07 PM, Philipp Teister <login at philippteister.com>wrote:

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> DEATH of Glitch-Art
> DEATH of Fluxus
> DEATH of E-Culture
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> Coffee&Cake
>
> We don't need to bury a body,
> we need to bury something else.
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> Fluxus is some kind against bourgeois sickness,
> actually it is bourgeois and it's getting killed by itself.
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> Professional commercialized culture of art imitation of artificial European art.
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> Mathematical in between -- for the sake of it -- because that is European.
> If your not European, you'll get your fucking drawing back.
>
> Get back to your own flow,
> your own revolution.
>
> Genocite. It's a genocide because, we wanne make it part of our union.
> Because we are making a genocide in Bosnia when we are going to make it part of our union.
>
> We're not talking about this. It's a taboo. Taboos are who we are now.
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> Flowing.
>
> Out flow and in flown.
> We are trying to get to certain tides to promote a reality.
> But actually we re not flowing incorporating/dis-charching taboos.
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> Right now we are making cultural and social realms, call it fluxus, it's a joke.
> More important than the so called political revolutionaries that are following there hypes.
>
> So then, we should burn down/outsource the structures of doing it yourself,
> we have to take responsibility right now. In case of not facing the fear of being left behind.
>
> Instead of privatizing someones intellectual property
> we should make frameworks for non-economic exploitation
> and spontaneously nomadic deterritorialization.
> Our Postmodern liberal mechanisms are being vanished.
>
> We need to head out for the new horizon anew.
> The new alternative, is about not to privatize,
> and don't look for obligatory privatized sectors that
> has been institutionalized by real property.
>
> Corporate number crunchers are just a structure of social disorder
> that can also be found in competition of evolved corporative not-groups,
> that has been the pain in the ass for such a long time.
>
> Frequently, individual success models depend on politely complex situation compromised goals.
>
> This complexity is just a non-linear fashion and has to be changed over a time.
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> It's the death of glitch-art, fluxus and e-culture.
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