[NetBehaviour] Very Large Works exhibition opening
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Fri Nov 1 23:25:43 CET 2019
physical laws offer no temporal orientation, including the statistical,
probabilistic laws of thermodynamics. so that not only is there an
overwhelming probability that the entropy of a physical system will be
higher in what we call the future, but also the same probability that it
was higher in the past. So if a system doesn't have the maximum possible
entropy now, it's extraordinarily likely that it will later have _and_
previously had more entropy. since laws are blind to time, you get these
resistance might be futile, but that's all we got, the living now, even if
non-existent. We're not at the bottom of this. Things can be non-existent
but real, something QM teaches us - the so-called wave function. what it
describes is potential and virtual, something that doesn't exist but is so
real that we can build computers on it. the nature of this we have no idea.
I'm not surprised that theorists, like Lee Smolin, tries to fuse qm into
classical, relativistic physics in a way to build a time-sensitive
phenomenology out of it.
i think art also can be open to the 'non-existent but real' (without
sounding completely mindblown :) at the other end of the sausage.
On Fri, Nov 1, 2019 at 9:56 PM Alan Sondheim via NetBehaviour <
netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
> They run backward but they run into entropy, issues around the big bang
> And if art really offered resistance, wouldn't we be living in a far more
> benign world?
> Art offers what just about anything else offers, and even 'art' as a
> totality is problematic?
> For me, it's not the present moment, but the moment just before, or
> whatever's left in the moment just afterward.
> On Fri, Nov 1, 2019 at 4:44 PM Bjørn Magnhildøen via NetBehaviour <
> netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
>> Thanks for your response Max!
>> I think the quote has a good point about the status of time in physics,
>> afaik. The standard laws of physics run backwards as well as forward in
>> time, which is obviously wrong phenomenologically. Time somehow doesn't
>> exist in physics. Rudolf Carnap recounts a conversation he had with
>> Einstein on this subject: "Einstein said that the problem of the now
>> worried him seriously. He explained that the experience of the now means
>> something special for man, something essentially different from the past
>> and the future, but that this important difference does not and cannot
>> occur within physics. That this experience cannot be grasped by science
>> seemed to him a matter of painful but inevitable resignation."
>> [image: physics-time.png]
>> It's an interesting point, we're experientally annihilated by the
>> physical laws we have discovered by experience.
>> Art offers resistance, body inertia, witness. I don't think we've seen
>> the end of this! (I mean knowledge of the world)
>> On Fri, Nov 1, 2019 at 8:39 PM Max Herman <maxnmherman at hotmail.com>
>>> Thanks for sending this Bjorn! Looking forward to seeing how the event
>>> I've been reflecting on the below quote from Lee Smolin about physics
>>> and quantum theory lately. I wonder if it might relate to art and other
>>> fields as well?
>>> "The relational revolution is already far along. At the same time, it
>>> is clearly in crisis. On some fronts, it's stuck. Wherever it is in
>>> crisis, we find three kinds of questions under hot debate. What is an
>>> individual? How do novel kinds of systems and entities emerge? How are we
>>> to usefully understand the universe as a whole?
>>> The key to these puzzles is that neither individuals, systems, nor the
>>> universe as a whole can be thought of as things that simply are. They are
>>> all compounded by processes that take place in time. The missing element,
>>> without which we cannot answer these questions, is to see them as processes
>>> developing in time. I will argue that to succeed, the relational
>>> revolution must embrace the notion of time and the present moment as a
>>> fundamental aspect of reality."
>>> *Time Reborn*, p. xxix
>>> *From:* NetBehaviour <netbehaviour-bounces at lists.netbehaviour.org> on
>>> behalf of Bjørn Magnhildøen via NetBehaviour <
>>> netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org>
>>> *Sent:* Friday, November 1, 2019 6:13 AM
>>> *To:* netbehaviour <netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org>
>>> *Cc:* Bjørn Magnhildøen <noemata at gmail.com>
>>> *Subject:* [NetBehaviour] Very Large Works exhibition opening
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>>> VERY LARGE WORKS is an online show organised by http://noemata.net/,
>>> containing a pavilion of https://thewrong.org/ new digital art biennale
>>> (Nov 2019 - Mar 2020) curated by Bjørn Magnhildøen and Zsolt Mesterhazy,
>>> and The Burrow, a secondary space curated by Aad Björkro (see below).
>>> URL: http://verylarge.works/ and https://h.aard.work/
>>> The exhibition contains platforms for open and collaborative works, in
>>> addition to individual works.
>>> This mail's highlights:
>>> --- The Cyborg Matrix is a virtual 3D environement where works can be
>>> added to the space. Some works from Very Large Works are already displaying
>>> in the space. Do you want to add you art to the space, head to
>>> https://thecyborgmatrix.org or send an email to cyborgMatrix at cyarco.com.
>>> See you in cyberspace!
>>> --- The White Page Gallery is a decentralized network of people
>>> dedicating a page on their own website to someone else's work and
>>> exhibition. In that sense it's a peer review curatorial network. Read more
>>> and join in at http://www.whitepagegallery.network/
>>> --- 100000000 transparent pixels - Dominik Podsiadly - thanks to this
>>> artwork you become a cyber rich man because you have one hundred million
>>> transparent pixels. http://kolo-x.net/VLW/100000000.html
>>> --- Do something until something stops you doing - Novi Otten
>>> Erytryalsilani - [Planting a single grain in the pavement].
>>> https://vimeo.com/354910282 *******************************************
>>> 76 artists participate, including The Burrow (and with 43 more taking
>>> part in the discussions):
>>> THE ALPHABET (Platform), Bruce Barber, Domenico Barra, Peter Basma-Lord,
>>> Lavoslava Bencic, Lawrence Bird, Johannes Birringer, Aad Björkro, Brad
>>> Brace, The Burrow (Platform), Samuel Brzeski, Chris Byrne, Christian Bøen
>>> (Termodress), Joana Chicau, Ludovic Coutinho, Cyborg Art Collective, Cyborg
>>> Matrix (Platform), Antonela Debiasi, Y.Divya Sri, #DUMPHAUS (Platform),
>>> Dave Evans, Luca Forcucci, Benna Gaean Maris, Edoardo Gaudieri, Ben
>>> Grosser, Gottfried Haider, Max Herman, James A. Hutchinson, Hypercollective
>>> Autobiography (Platform), ca_jaeger__at__protonmail.com, Karl Heinz
>>> Jeron, Cyrus LK, Nicole Kouts, Erica Lapadat-Janzen, Joseph Moore, Rubén
>>> Möller, Novi Otten Erytryalsilani, Karina Palosi, Dominik Podsiadly, Julian
>>> Priest, Stefanie Reling, Anthony Robinson, João Rocha, Letta Shtohryn, Chan
>>> SomethingStar, Alan Sondheim, The Sunderland Pavilion (Time tunnel), Daniel
>>> Temkin, Pall Thayer, Elle Thorkveld, Jurgen Trautwein, A.P. Vague, Catalina
>>> Vallejos, Angelika Vardalou, Stephanie Vella, The VteX Files (Platform),
>>> Roland Wegerer, Neale Willis, White Page Gallery (Platform).
>>> From The Burrow: Isabelle Arvers, Basel Embassy (Tunnel), Aad Björkro,
>>> Yu Cai, DISNOVATION.ORG, Ursula Endlicher, Antje Feger & Benjamin F.
>>> Stumpf, Sophie Fields, Benna Gaean Maris, Fabian Heller, Garrett Lynch irl,
>>> Amelia Marzec and Abe Morrison, MEGALITH (Tunnel), Luis Mercado, Zsolt
>>> Mesterhazy, Joseph Moore, NETARTFORSTORAGE (Tunnel), Stefanie Reling,
>>> ronnie s, Ausín Sáinz, Pall Thayer, Jurgen Trautwein, Angelika Vardalou,
>>> Almond Yeggs.
>>> Dearly thanks to all involved for the time and effort creating and
>>> discussing Very Large Works!
>>> More info
>>> Closed open call, and background: http://verylarge.works/call.html
>>> Working sheet pad:
>>> Discussion list:
>>> Contact: mail__at__noemata.net
>>> Very Large Works is part of https://thewrong.org new digital art
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