[NetBehaviour] NetBehaviour Digest, Vol 940, Issue 1

Danielle Imara danielleimara at gmail.com
Thu Jun 25 17:20:43 CEST 2020


Re: Re: [NetBehaviour] 60 years ago today - music transmission
        across 4 generations of Catlows
Loving the stories of cultural inheritance, music lessons and sewing.
I suppose my mother being a pharmacist is connected with my fascination
with, and dabbling in, herbal medicine. And when younger a real love of
pharmaceuticals :)
But the piano . . . I have a long-held grievance about a teacher not liking
me and refusing to teach me piano when I was small. Always carried it
around as a ‘could’ve been’ - among other things. And at 47 I did learn
some piano, and then let it drop. Now 10 years later a combination of
Lockdown and The Artist’s Way has got me learning and practising daily. I
suddenly thought - no of course I’m not too old - I could be an ok player
by the time I’m 70. (God willing.) Also have picked up bass guitar again
-played in bands when younger - and am finally learning chords, because of
re-starting piano. It is all a real joy.
Thank you Ruth and thank you everyone

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>    1. Re: 60 years ago today - music transmission across 4
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>    3. Re: 60 years ago today - music transmission across 4
>       generations of Catlows (Michael Szpakowski)
>    4. Hurrah for Ruth Catlow (Michael Szpakowski)
>    5. remnant phrenes (Alan Sondheim)
>    6. Re: Hurrah for Ruth Catlow (Annie Abrahams)
>    7. Re: 60 years ago today - music transmission across 4
>       generations of Catlows (Michael Szpakowski)
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> Date: Wed, 24 Jun 2020 16:20:48 +0100
> From: Graziano Milano <grazmaster at googlemail.com>
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> Hi Ruth,
>
> Thanks for sharing your dado's photo. Partita is an Italian word, its
> translation is "Game"
>
> My creative/skill inheritance comes from my home village, Cassano Allo
> Ionio, in Southern Italy close to Sybaris, an important city of Magna
> Grecia, founded in 720 BC by Achaean and Troezenian settlers:
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sybaris
>
> In a 2016 BBC four-part series ?The Renaissance Unchained?
> <https://vimeo.com/ondemand/therenaissanceunchained>, the art critic
> Waldemar Januszczak challenges the traditional view of the art?s most
> important epoch ? the Renaissance. On episode 2 ? *?Whips, Deaths and
> Madonnas? *? he takes a look at the importance of religious narrative in
> Italian art by filming the Good Friday Procession of my Calabrian home
> village where I was born and grew up. That traditional audio-visual
> narrative is probably where most of my creativity comes from. You can watch
> it here:
> https://vimeo.com/ondemand/therenaissanceunchained/375897300?autoplay=1
>
> Plus my dad, as a teenager, trained as a tailor and, as a prisoner of war
> in Somerset and London from 1943 to 1946, he sketched and tailor made the
> uniforms of some British military officers. Last year I found a copybook
> with all the uniforms sketches he did during those years. Plus my mum was
> an amazing embroider by decorating all sorts of fabric items we were using
> at home.
>
> Graziano
>
> On Wed, 24 Jun 2020 at 00:10, Helen Varley Jamieson <
> helen at creative-catalyst.com> wrote:
>
> > beautiful synchronicity ruth :)
> >
> > knitting is something i have learned/inherited from my mother that she
> had
> > from her mother. & piano playing also from my mother & grandfather. but
> > it's so long now since i played regularly that the few times i've made a
> > feeble attempt it's been quite embarrassing. i do actually own a piano,
> in
> > nz, so perhaps when i'm back here permanently i'll get back into it ...
> > gardening is another skill i have from my mother, & we had a conversation
> > about it recently, as i was curious where she had got the passion from.
> her
> > parents weren't active gardeners - they had a great garden at their house
> > in sydney, but they also had a gardener - so mum just learned herself.
> i've
> > also inherited from her a love of jigsaw puzzles & the ability to select
> > the perfect-sized container for putting the leftovers into - does that
> > count as a skill? ;)
> >
> > h : )
> > On 24.06.20 03:21, Alan Sondheim via NetBehaviour wrote:
> >
> > Hi Ruth,
> > I love these and the history itself, it's wondrous and life-enhancing,
> > life-giving.
> > I have no creative inheritance by the way, I took sundry piano lessons my
> > parents forced on me. My teacher gave up on me; I couldn't play "When the
> > Caissons go Rolling Along" and I didn't know what a caisson was or why it
> > was rolling! :-) In any case, I didn't play an instrument really until I
> > was 19 and making a mess of my life, that was after hearing very early
> > Texas and Delta blues... By the way the typography of your Partita is
> > lovely as well.
> > love to everyone, Alan, be healthy, be safe
> >
> > On Tue, Jun 23, 2020 at 5:31 AM Gretta Louw via NetBehaviour <
> > netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
> >
> >> How beautiful, Ruth! Thanks for sharing!
> >>
> >> My creative inheritance is definitely needlework. I did a fair bit of it
> >> as a kid at my mum?s side then stopped for decades. When I picked it
> back
> >> up a few years ago I found that, to my astonishment, I had picked up so
> >> much more than I?d realised purely (seemingly) by osmosis watching all
> the
> >> matriarchs in my life sew, crochet, knit, stitch, and embroider. Fabrics
> >> felt immediately natural. Working with them makes me feel wonderfully
> >> connected to a powerful lineage of women (both related and unrelated to
> me).
> >>
> >> Gretta
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> On 23. Jun 2020, at 11:16, Ruth Catlow via NetBehaviour <
> >> netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
> >>
> >> Thanks Renee and Mark,
> >> I too would like to hear of other's creative/skill inheritances. Nice
> >> idea Mark... go for it.
> >> <3
> >>
> >> On Tue, Jun 23, 2020 at 10:13 AM Mark Hancock <mark at memecortex.net>
> >> wrote:
> >>
> >>> I second Ren?e's thoughts. I love that idea that playing is bringing
> the
> >>> past back in such an active and evocative way.
> >>>
> >>> I'd be interested in the creative skills and tools of the trade that
> >>> other people on the list have inherited, if I may be so bold as to
> >>> high-jack your email thread, Ruth?
> >>>
> >>> Mark
> >>>
> >>> On Tue, 23 Jun 2020 at 09:59, Renee Turner <geuzen at xs4all.nl> wrote:
> >>>
> >>>> That?s beautifully moving Ruth <3  This post made my day.
> >>>>
> >>>> warmly,
> >>>>
> >>>> Ren?e
> >>>>
> >>>> -._.-._.-._.- R*
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> ****************************
> >>>> a virtual embrace
> >>>> wishing health & well-being to all
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> On Jun 23, 2020, at 10:44 AM, Ruth Catlow via NetBehaviour <
> >>>> netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
> >>>>
> >>>> I have been playing my violin again since lock down and I came across
> >>>> this sheet music for the second 2nd Bach Partita that I played when I
> was
> >>>> much younger.
> >>>>
> >>>> You can see from the inscription that it was a birthday present
> >>>> from Rolf, my paternal grandfather, to his father exactly 60 years ago
> >>>> today.
> >>>>
> >>>> My dad John, who was a professional cellist, has a photo from this
> time
> >>>> of the three generations of men playing chamber music: Dad on cello,
> Rolf
> >>>> on the piano, and my great grandfather, Arthur, playing the violin.
> >>>>
> >>>> <image.png>
> >>>>
> >>>> There is something very moving to me about this cultural inheritance,
> >>>> and I wanted to share it with you all :)
> >>>>
> >>>> warmly
> >>>> Ruth
> >>>>
> >>>> --
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> >>>> Arts Lab
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> in
> >>>> advance
> >>>>
> >>>> *Furtherfield *disrupts and democratises art and technology through
> exhibitions,
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> >>>> technologies research hub
> >>>> for fairer, more dynamic & connected cultural ecologies & economies
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> >>>>
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> https://www.ovoenergy.com/ovo-newsroom/press-releases/2019/november/think-before-you-thank-if-every-brit-sent-one-less-thank-you-email-a-day-we-would-save-16433-tonnes-of-carbon-a-year-the-same-as-81152-flights-to-madrid.html>
> in
> >> advance
> >>
> >> *Furtherfield *disrupts and democratises art and technology through
> exhibitions,
> >> labs & debate, for deep exploration, open tools & free thinking.
> >> furtherfield.org <http://www.furtherfield.org/>
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> From: Michael Szpakowski <m at michaelszpakowski.org>
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> From: Michael Szpakowski <m at michaelszpakowski.org>
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>         <netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org>
> Subject: Re: [NetBehaviour] 60 years ago today - music transmission
>         across 4 generations of Catlows
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>  I can't claim any great cultural heritage apart , on my UK side,? from an
> intimate knowledge of the Methodist Hymn book, and the fact my mother late
> into her life desperately regretted that she'd never been able to learn the
> accordion, which she had *so* wanted to do instead of the piano.She also
> only ever wrote one poem, at school, and it was clearly important to her,
> this creative act, because she remembered & recited it to the end of her
> life:
> See the little Daisy brightStanding there, all through the nightPink
> tipped petals, golden centreLet us go to the castle and enter.
> Whatever frustrated creative drive she had, she later channeled into an
> almost supernatural ability to make house plants of all varieties grow and
> thrive.My Dad was entirely uninterested in culture except for the Saturday
> pm ITV wrestling and Cossack dancing displays. He did however love nature
> with a passion and I inherited that.As for documents -a couple of weeks ago
> my cousin Jaros?aw sent me a piece of testimony from my father which must
> have been given in 43 or 44 & has been in the Hoover collection? in the
> States ever since. When he related this he was three years younger than my
> daughter is now.
> One of my very first pieces of 'net art' (sounds quaint now) made in
> Director, but now just a piece of video, dealt with the same subjects.
> The testimony:https://bit.ly/37ZZcns
>
>
> The piece:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYPBBYPyzxA
> cheersMichael
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>     On Tuesday, June 23, 2020, 10:18:04 AM GMT+1, Ruth Catlow via
> NetBehaviour <netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
>
>  Thanks Renee and Mark,I too would like to hear of other's creative/skill
> inheritances. Nice idea Mark... go for it.<3
> On Tue, Jun 23, 2020 at 10:13 AM Mark Hancock <mark at memecortex.net> wrote:
>
> I second?Ren?e's thoughts. I love that idea that playing is bringing the
> past back in such an active and evocative way.?
> I'd be interested in the creative skills and tools of the trade that other
> people on the list have inherited, if I may be so bold as to high-jack your
> email thread, Ruth?
> Mark
> On Tue, 23 Jun 2020 at 09:59, Renee Turner <geuzen at xs4all.nl> wrote:
>
> That?s beautifully moving Ruth <3 ?This post made my day.
> warmly,
> Ren?e
>
> -._.-._.-._.- R*
>
>
> ****************************a virtual embrace?wishing health & well-being
> to all?
>
>
>
> On Jun 23, 2020, at 10:44 AM, Ruth Catlow via NetBehaviour <
> netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
> I have been playing my violin again since lock down and I came across this
> sheet music for the second 2nd Bach Partita that I played when I was much
> younger.
> You can see from the inscription that it was a birthday present from?Rolf,
> my paternal grandfather, to his father exactly 60 years ago today.
>
> My dad John, who was a professional cellist, has a photo from this time of
> the three generations of men playing chamber music: Dad on cello, Rolf on
> the piano, and my great grandfather, Arthur, playing the violin.
>
> <image.png>
>
> There is something very moving to me about this cultural?inheritance, and
> I wanted to share it with you all :)
>
> warmly
> Ruth
> --
> Co-founder & Artistic director of Furtherfield & DECAL Decentralised Arts
> Lab+44 (0) 77370 02879?
>
> *sending?thanks?in advance
>
> Furtherfield disrupts and democratises art and technology through
> exhibitions, labs & debate, for deep exploration, open tools & free
> thinking. furtherfield.org
> DECAL Decentralised Arts Lab is an arts, blockchain & web 3.0 technologies
> research hub for fairer, more dynamic & connected cultural ecologies &
> economies now. decal.is
>
> Furtherfield is a Not-for-Profit Company Limited by Guarantee Registered
> in England and Wales under the Company No.7005205. Registered business
> address: Carbon Accountancy, 80-83 Long Lane, London, EC1A 9ET.
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> --
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> Lab+44 (0) 77370 02879?
>
> *sending?thanks?in advance
>
> Furtherfield disrupts and democratises art and technology through
> exhibitions, labs & debate, for deep exploration, open tools & free
> thinking. furtherfield.org
>
> DECAL Decentralised Arts Lab is an arts, blockchain & web 3.0 technologies
> research hub
>
> for fairer, more dynamic & connected cultural ecologies & economies now.
>
> decal.is
>
>
>
> Furtherfield is a Not-for-Profit Company Limited by Guarantee
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> Registered in England and Wales under the Company No.7005205.
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> From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim at panix.com>
> To: NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity
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> Subject: [NetBehaviour] remnant phrenes
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> remnant phrenes
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> http://www.alansondheim.org/phrenes.jpg
> http://www.alansondheim.org/phrenes.mp4
>
>
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> pistons rods machine idea production bones turning ooze vapors
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> operation feebly childish recognition vomiting certain five light
> terribly pained soul indications details fro [:] clouding spongy
> hair webs cleam fingers tongues orifices SWOLLEN = COMPACTED MIRE
> FLUID FOG SECRETION VOLUPTUARY DISSOLUTE ENTRAILS SLUICES FERRIC
> CORAL GELATINIZE terible feet smile upon immense complaint time
> Exhausted instinctive picking singular end ashes body beyond
> piteous moss reach saw weak worst trying crouched bereft natural
> make odour dreadfully broken detour shadow moving wads habit
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> infinitely unruptured catastrophic space edges falling off matrix
> up Then horror Just happen? Only save tragedy. disappearance
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> ghost. ghost travels through anything course;  nothing
> coordinates located? These Disturbances whose components
> disturbances came hour hour. [:] body? bdy? is? image 'break
> through' private barriers course consequence [:] Expensive Salami
> Freedom Dream Ordinary Shadow Damaged Child yeah, talking
> expensive salami dream ordinary death damaged child. Crashland
> Tokyo war world peace ponies Miss Universe "There seems doubt
> even fu ll- scale nuclear cou ld t dest roy bacter ial
> infrastructure" miss universe lot things. again."--. [:] Human
> beings belong army mutants evolved aftermath greatest pollution
> crisis earth has known [:] At running around, then disappeared
> somewhere. doesn't care. takes ev-eryone. I'm walking, walking.
> geological record written fossil bone [:] objects control, real.
> t. time. often there? cast shadows evil becomes forensic banality
> go? [:] over dead power, lost, lost cannot restore, And, looking
> hills. [:] No leaving forever, while. waiting death. Dying isn't
> hard, but scary. who room? Lord house! Your cellar holds wealth
> golden wine! Here, lute call mine! [:] moment hysteria sets
> heaven.s blue lasts Earth Will stand long blossom Spring. you,
> human, li CAN'T BREATHE BREATHEI thebest thing best say? [:]
> SATURN SATURNALIA None Hrrrr here? Not hundred years regale In
> rotten baubles Earth! Look down there! [:] went look sun was.
> fairest world. one's ever gotten everyone.the kind, cruel,
> sinners. moonlight graves Squats wild ghostly figure . It.s ape!
> [:] Drink cups drain! Death! [:] [:] [:] Who's explain crawl
> around grave knees.  icon?No preference. haven't heard deep. sure
> small seeping peripeheral marginal drizzle.  chatting [:] more.
> Go remind unknown? they? [:] quantify answer.  exactly same? [:]
> Someone saying: "You understand: husband anymore, beloved person"
> horrible, him.  fragment conversation, remembering [:] [:] [:] .
> great master. [:] Have yourface breath? Right on.One what? F.
> goals life? YOU? Maybe.  Ask Douglas Adams is. not? express
> yourself way? [:] begin understand bots expert systems symptoms
> Interesting gossip. remark too complicated is.. now?They their
> own thing. understand. ones? itself goes saying.  Really nothing?
> Well, there's it, writing discourse getting stale. taken bend
> Interesting.  see. bend? brown eyes. "we infectious" why
> happened, try mad mad? [:] Specifically, break help infectious
> happened Dude!Yippee!You sentiment often. [:] :: offered which
> trundles bundles towards future; carrying share avatar's, where
> there, one, think. s too? A UNIVERSE.
>
> +++
>
> http://www.alansondheim.org/phrenes.jpg
>
> +++
>
>
>
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> Date: Thu, 25 Jun 2020 10:04:29 +0200
> From: Annie Abrahams <bram.org at gmail.com>
> To: Michael Szpakowski <m at michaelszpakowski.org>,  NetBehaviour for
>         networked distributed creativity <
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> Another Hurray for Ruth Catlow!
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> On Thu, Jun 25, 2020 at 12:54 AM Michael Szpakowski <
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> wrote:
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> > Hurrah for Ruth Catlow!
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> Date: Wed, 24 Jun 2020 22:53:25 +0000 (UTC)
> From: Michael Szpakowski <m at michaelszpakowski.org>
> To: NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity
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> Subject: Re: [NetBehaviour] 60 years ago today - music transmission
>         across 4 generations of Catlows
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>  Sent this from the wrong email so now forwarding..
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>     On Wednesday, June 24, 2020, 11:28:57 PM GMT+1, Michael Szpakowski <
> szpako at yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>   Marvellous Ruth! It would be lovely to see, too, the photo of the family
> playing together,,,,I always love it when you & a fiddle come into close
> proximity...
>
>     On Tuesday, June 23, 2020, 9:47:15 AM GMT+1, Ruth Catlow via
> NetBehaviour <netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
>
>  I have been playing my violin again since lock down and I came across
> this sheet music for the second 2nd Bach Partita that I played when I was
> much younger.
> You can see from the inscription that it was a birthday present from?Rolf,
> my paternal grandfather, to his father exactly 60 years ago today.
>
> My dad John, who was a professional cellist, has a photo from this time of
> the three generations of men playing chamber music: Dad on cello, Rolf on
> the piano, and my great grandfather, Arthur, playing the violin.
>
>
>
> There is something very moving to me about this cultural?inheritance, and
> I wanted to share it with you all :)
>
> warmly
> Ruth
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> *sending?thanks?in advance
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