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Eminent Domain | Appropriation in Creative Practice

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Dispatx Art Collective | Curatorial Platform
 
Eminent Domain examines notions of blockage, recourse and resistance that can emerge in diverse contexts – and what it can mean when these manifestations are channelled into artistic product.

The seventh collection of Dispatx Art Collective includes works developed by visual artists, musicians, writers, dancers and performance artists. The collection, which can be seen in Show, includes works developed online as part of the site as well as submissions of completed work related to the theme. In addition, and as a part of an ongoing investigation of curatorial practice, the Eminent Domain forum will remain open throughout the duration of this collection.

The curatorial narrative is best articulated through a correspondance between various readings. While projects such as Hospital 106 4º1ª by Jordi Canudas and Isabel Banal and Someone Called Me... by Emma Wilcox are the works which most directly address the theme at hand, projects such as Green Screen by Neil Chapman and David Stent, or Ellen Zweig’s My Language Overwhelms Her Text, use literary fiction to generate multiple attempts and points of inflection.

We are also pleased to announce the start of exploration of works related to the theme Appropriation in Creative Practice, which can be followed over the coming six months in Make. These pieces, including works by Sandra Gamarra, Scott MacLeod, Åsa Ståhl and Adad Hannah, also include among them the projects funded through our inaugural commissions program. The completed collection will be published in March 2008.

We are open for submissions of completed work until the 26th of January 2008. For more information: dispatx.com/submissions/

About Dispatx
Dispatx Art Collective is the leading curatorial platform for the development and presentation of contemporary art and literature. Make is a showcase for work in progress related to the current theme, Appropriation in Creative Practice. Projects are developed online via integrated documentation tools allowing artists to post regular updates to their work in a continuous investigation of the creative method.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons license | ISSN 1750-9505


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Improvised Maps | Eminent Domain

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Dispatx Art Collective
 

We're pleased to announce the publication of the sixth edition of Dispatx, which coincides with a complete redesign of the website. Curating and developing works from poets, photographers, painters and writers, for this edition we once again present an extremely diverse set of responses to the notion of Improvised Maps. These works in Show include a dozen projects developed online over the last five months and seven additional submissions including work from Gonzalo Puch, Denis Masi, Andrea Brady and Daniel Canogar.

In addition the exploration of the theme Eminent Domain can now be followed on a daily basis. Until June 2007, the Make area of the site will feature the work of seventeen projects chosen to explore the theme. These include works by Emanuel Licha, Juan delGado, and Paulina Varas. The Studio, an integrated set of documentation tools, allows the artists to post regular updates to their work in a continuous investigation of the creative method - the organisational process that translates creative vision to creative product.

Through making comments on the artists' process in Make, site visitors form a part of this organic process. We have provided a set of tools allowing you to create private collections, leave comments, and subscribe to RSS feeds for the projects that interest you the most. To familiarize yourself with these changes, please take the site tour.

About Dispatx
Dispatx provides the tools of a socialised internet for the development and presentation of contemporary art and literature. Visitors are invited to interact with the artists via the online display of their working processes, and to create unique private collections of the finished works. Through this process we seek to establish a new curatorial discourse based on artistic working practices.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons license | ISSN 1750-9505


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Eminent Domain | Call for Proposals

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In old English law, eminent domain refers to the power of the state to take private property without the owner’s consent. Since the mid-19th century it has been employed as part of large-scale development projects and urban renewal – controversial practices that can be extremely destructive for local communities. The policy is often implemented when there is a perceived obstruction blocking the progress of a particular project and powers of override must force its conclusion.

In investigating this theme we call for artists to recast the concept of eminent domain in the context of creative work. Here it becomes similar to recourse – in the face of blockade, alternative and often radical tactics may be resorted to in order for an idea to move forward. At a point of critical mass existing systems begin to fail, invoking a form of negation and opening up a space of uncertainty. This uncertainty may force a radical reformulation of a work at a crucial moment of its incompletion and potential.

The concept of regeneration is helpful in investigating this theme with regard to process revision and its relation to the creative method. Literally beginning again, regeneration suggests a recursive, self-referential procedure. It also indicates different approaches to revision: on one hand there can be subtle, incremental modifications of existing structures, systematically inching toward a result. On the other there can be a Kuhnian paradigm shift – a more radical action that can demand a clean slate from which to begin from scratch.

The interplay of these strategies and the conditions that formulate them are fascinating areas of exploration. To what extent are points of resistance and conflict essential for shaping creative decisions? Are great ideas born of frustration or along paths of least resistance? What kind of space does this recourse open up?

In this context, the theme of eminent domain speaks not only to literal interpretations concerning revised landscapes, power relationships and innovation from decay, but also to a broader theoretical reading about the space opened up by an enforced change of approach. The use of these concepts, either as the subject of investigation or as a guide to process and methodology, will result in a fascinatingly diverse group of projects for the next edition of Dispatx.

For more information on how to submit, please click here.

Dates :

Final date for sending project proposals : 16 December 2006

Publication of collaborative project proposals : 15 January 2007

Details :

Dispatx (www.dispatx.com) provides the tools of a socialised internet for the development, organisation and presentation of contemporary art and literature.


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back in the attic again!

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tim lane has decided to resurrect the attic!
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Dear Friends,
 
I have found a new home for the attic which is desire.  We'll see how this works out.  I don't think that I'm going to post old work.  I don't know how often I'll have work to post.  But when I do have new work, I'll post it.
 
I guess that this is going to be more of a portfolio than anything, a lot less perhaps than what the attic used to be.  We'll see.

timlane
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bless you, tim.



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once in a while you find something truely extraordinary...

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it
appears
as if
it is
all
here:
                  ubu



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Seven Days of Art and Interconnectivity in San Jose AUGUST 7-13, 2006

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"You meet a squirrel—he wants you to do karaoke. A South African artist wants to turn your skateboard into a musical instrument. What is going on? It's the ZeroOne festival, and it's a full-scale art attack on San Jose."

http://01sj.org/content/blogsection/14/49/





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  • thanks asli! nice to see you here!
    - [ben]
  • Thanks Ben! I just got back from Ryoji Ikeda audiovisual concert , which was par...more
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Repercusiones y Resonancias

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The 2nd Annual Journeys of Visual Anthropology
A week long event featuring:
  • The independent documentary movement against the new Radio and TV National Law.
  • Documentary, memory and social movements.
  • Institutional programs that promote viusal anthropology.
  • Visual anthropology and religion.
  • Anthropological photography and photojournalism.
  • From documentary to video-art and the philosophy of images.
  • Screenings of mexican contemporary ethnographic documentaries  (including Q&A sesions with the directors and comments by anthropologists)
  • Opening: "In the pit" by Juan Carlos Rulfo, comments by Nestor Garcia Canclini
  • Perspectives: A photo exhibition by Jose Carlo Gonzalez
  • La Revolucion imaginada: A traditional votive paintings exhibition by Alfredo Vilchis
From August 14th to August 18th. Nacional School of Anthropology and History, Mexico City.
View program here.

 


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New Edition | Call for Submissions

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Dispatx Art Collective are pleased to announce the publication of our fifth edition, The Plague of Language. Fifteen projects related to the theme can be seen online at www.dispatx.com, featuring poetry by JH Prynne and Rod Mengham, sound pieces from Paul Whitty and Chris Mann, and a full length interview with Marc D Hauser of Harvard University. [more] [press]

We are also actively seeking proposals for collaborative projects related to the new theme in exploration : Improvised Maps.  This theme explores correlation, translation and recursion, and relates closely to the creative method – the organising process which translates creative vision into creative output. [more]


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10 New Projects Published for Exploration

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Dispatx Art Collective
are pleased to announce the publication of ten projects selected to show the development of the theme in exploration : The Plague of Language. Each artist or group of artists working on a collaborative project has been assigned a space in which they can update the details of their project throughout its development using blog technology.

Press release | Nota de prensa

Project information | Información de proyectos



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Dispatx Art Collective : New Theme for Exploration

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Dispatx Art Collective
is calling for collaborative project proposals and submissions based on the current theme in exploration : The Plague of Language

The theme is underpinned by countless interconnected forms of communication, drawing on the rich history of human utterance and phonology: its consideration suggests a simultaneous reassessment of how we define language and semantics, and highlights an inherent philosophical discourse concerning how we can think about thought, or use language to explore language.

We are looking for collaborators to consider working with us as a part of our 'Work in Progress' area - demonstrating the process that translates creative vision into artistic output - as well as submissions of finished work aligned to the theme.

For more information, submission guidelines and schedule details, please visit www.dispatx.com

To contact us directly, please email submissions@dispatx.com


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Dispatx Art Collective

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Dispatx Art Collective are pleased to announce the publication of our fourth edition - Abandonment. This edition contains 14 works comprising narrative and poetry, essay, photography, oil painting and sculpture, and video.

To speak of abandonment suggests a withdrawal or relinquishment of influence, the exposure of a physical or social structure to the dereliction of time or a cessation of protection. It can also describe a state in which one is given over to forces beyond oneself – the extreme highs and lows of the human condition. Above all, the act of abandonment implies transfer – something orphaned is passed to another controlling agent, something is gained.

The editorial discusses each of the works in detail : in addition, all archive issues can now be searched by work title, description, and artist details. For more details, come to www.dispatx.com


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de schaaf

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de schaaf

our artist-collective in antwerp (2001-2003)

 it's not my latest work ... it's where it really started for me
the click i needed to consider myself as an "artist"

it was also the first thing i made on my computer
... turned out to end up as a videoclip

enjoy,
frank/aka slö

 


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  • I like the musical score.
    - [stargrazer]
  • very nice frank!
    - [ben]

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Dispatx :: Call for Submissions

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Dispatx Art Collective
is calling for collaborative project proposals and submissions based on the current theme for exploration : Abandonment

We see this theme as tremendously rich in connotations both positive and negative, and are looking for collaborators to consider working with us as a part of our 'Work in Progress' area - demonstrating the process that translates creative vision into artistic output - as well as submissions of finished work aligned to the theme.

For more information, submission guidelines and schedule details, please visit www.dispatx.com

To contact us directly, please email submissions@dispatx.com


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Poems of Loss and Desperation

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Paintings and Poetry
by
Travis Pickard and Tim Lane

8
July - 26 August

Reception for the artists:
Friday, July 8, 5-9pm


Visit the Susan Hensel Gallery




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  • you can see Travis and Tim's photos from hanging the show at www.theatticwhichis...more
    - [stargrazer]

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jomas;series.01 flyer

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[flyer detail]

click on the images below to download and
print jomas;series.01  flyer.


 




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  • nice job! thanks ben!
    - [pax]

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Expedition Journal

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Two friends and I have begun a "web preformance" using a Live Journal account. The preformance is scheduled to take place over the course of the next year. The journal is part storytelling part visual art, and mostly pretend. If you care to see what exciting stories are told please click on over to The Valiant Three

Dexter Tortoriello - Dr. Perry Dalton
Amy Hool - Dr. Scarlett Christianson
David Johnson - Dr. Eaton Ackland


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  • that's a cool idea!
    - [ben]

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sorryeverybody.com

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More Information about the Sorry Everybody Book

check out the photo gallery at
www.sorryeverybody.com.


i've also been digging the archives of
mark morford
from sfgate.com
happy reading!



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  • if i could write a letter to the world...
    - [Ande]

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mini-JOWAI Volume 2 Call For Entries

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[mini] JOWAI* is a free, pocket-size publication of Outside Circle Collective showcasing the work of creative individuals.  It is made available to the worldwide public through generous people like yourself who print the journal from the internet and place it on their favorite public countertops and information racks.  [mini] JOWAI seeks submissions for Volume 2, which will be published mid-summer 2005.

Want to see your creative work published?  Send your stories, poems, essays, musings, graphics, paintings, photos, drawings, etc. to JOWAI for the next issue!

  • entries should be sent to outsidecircle@gmail.com
  • registered OCC membership is encouraged (it's FREE, after all, and we'll be promoting your creative efforts for free, as well).  Register at http://spaces.outsidecircle.com .
  • entries should be text (.txt) files for poetry or prose, TIFF (.tif) files (or high-quality .jpegs) for artwork or photography. 
  • All images should be at least 200 dpi.
  • entries should be suitable for black-and-white reproduction
  • additional instructions should accompany the artwork or text in an attached e-mail
  • please include your full name, geographic location, and e-mail address
  • you will retain full copyright of all your work
  • deadline for submissions is June 15, 2005

Artists and writers featured in the premier issue of [mini] JOWAI included:  Jan Fox, Julia Yezbick, Peter Richards, Scott McLaughlin, Tim Lane, Travis Pickard, Joe Scott, Antonio Zirion, Jeremy Couillard, Rebecca Gaydos, and Kristen Kaszeta.  Layout and design by Ben Gaydos.  Download it here.

* JOWAI = Journal of Words and Images.  A full-size, full color limited edition of 2003's premier issue featuring additional artists and writers is available for $20 U.S. funds.





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  • the deadline for submissions has been extended to June 15, 2005.
    - [stargrazer]

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Speculative Fiction Collaboration

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I've had an idea for a novel fermenting in my head for quite some time.  I'm seeking a collaborator with enough technical savvy and know-how to make it plausible.  Here's the plot idea:

Humanity discovers that the internet is, in fact, an alien probe of some sort, sent to gather as much information possible about earth and the human race.  Immediately, it is assumed that it is a hostile effort, and earth's governments unite to attempt to shut down the probe.  Due to the pervasive nature of the internet, it has developed a level of sentience, and becomes aware of this attempt, foiling it over and over.  Finally, a "final solution" is devised -- a massive "reboot" on a global scale:  a magnetic bomb is detonated, disrupting all electricity on the planet and destroying the probe.  The bulk of the story takes place in this post-internet world, where all the internet-dependent institutions and networks have crumbled.  The rebuilding of electrical grids and communication systems is slow and painstaking, and some segments of humanity are less than cooperative.  Many who were once wealthy or powerful have lost everything.  Many revert to more primitive living.

Then, the aliens show up to see what went wrong with their probe...

Our natural conclusion was that the aliens were hostile, but I would like to avoid this "alien invasion" stereotype and have their motives be more of a surprise.  Perhaps they are not even aliens...

Okay, so that's the idea.  I feel like I can spin a yarn and create believable, compelling characters.  What I lack is the ability to integrate technology and international policy in such a way that the story is less "space opera" and more "speculative fiction" -- something that really could happen (in one manner or another) -- issues that really could face humanity:  themes of internet/technology/communication dependancy, loss of humanity to our own creations, overcomplexity in our lives, and jumping to judgemental conclusions about "others" -- those who are different than us or "alien" to our way of thinking.  And of course those old canards Fear of the Unknown and Triumph of the Human Spirit.

So I bet Orson Scott Card is busy, and Robert Heinlein is dead.  Would anyone in the extended OCC community be interested in consulting on this story?  Or even discussing the themes/ideas?  Feel free to offer comments or e-mail me at richar66@msu.edu




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  • Michael Crichton is also busy.
    - [stargrazer]
  • so are the wachowski brothers.
    - [Ande]
  • Damn! So is William Gibson.
    - [stargrazer]
  • And I thought you wanted to write fiction.
    - [JohnJMiller]
  • Thanks to Aaron Wolinsky for signing on as partner/collaborator.
    - [stargrazer]
  • At the risk of ripping off "Contact," perhaps the government(s) should...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • Also think this should be set in the "near future," rather than the pr...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • I can just see GWB now (perhaps wearing the cardigan this time) advising people...more
    - [stargrazer]

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Rest in Peace, Hunter S. Thompson.

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I never have the chance to meet my literary heros. Late reflection. This is an omen - must attend Rushdie later this month.

I discovered him when I was 16, and voraciously read every word and relished every one. Campaign Trail '72 was one of the best pieces of political writing - god, he was clear and honest and you just really got a sense of how terrible Humphrey was, and his descriptions of Nixon make me think Bush isn't that bad because we've seen worse and I loved Generation of Swine as a more personal look at his life, arguing with his editor over his expense account and deadlines. His writing, you could tell, was usually done from a perspective of an observor, so he retained the journalist role, but he was also a full participant in every story - the detached storytelling style really seemed to get at the nitty gritty, and he always got his message through, to me at least. I know it's strange to be beat up by the death of someone you've never met, but thinking that I will never again be excited for the release of a book, or get to attend at least a book-signing, and that I won't see him age in photos anymore is depressing, and I feel a hole, or a loss of some kind.

At any rate, we all knew it would be either a freak accident or suicide, or both. I like to think of this as the perfect end - it seems bleak, empty and self-serving, but in reality, he was never one to fade in and out of our lives - - he blew in and scared the shit out of you when he was around, and vanished into thin air just as quickly as he left our hearts beating. I feel he could leave this earth satisfied, not with the work he had done, or the way American is acting these days, but satisfied that his work was finished, take it or leave it. Perhaps he was ill? No one will ever be sure. On the radio today, a colleague noted that Hunter felt he was the conscience of his generation, and carried the guilt and shame of standing by and only being able to comment on the downfall of the integrity of the US government. The drug haze was not BECAUSE of the horrific events of late 1950s through today - the drug haze was FOR it, because only a man out of his mind could understand what was happening to the great society.

He made us want to stay up all night and chronicle our generation. He gave us cruel, timeless and hilariously true jokes about politicians, police officers, drug lords, publishers, editors, athletes - hell, he poked light fun at the Hell's Angels (with a fair amount of respect) and didn't get his ass beat. Who else could ALMOST win a mayoral race on the premise that he would ban cars from the downtown and decriminalize drugs? In Colorado? I don't have much more to say, just that I'm going to miss the manic/maniacal writing, now that I'm sure no more will be coming.



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  • Welcome Kristen! I'm glad you found us! I had heard just last week the HST had k...more
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  • Hey Kristin, My name is Monica. I am looking to find an old friend by the name o...more
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magdelena's tea house

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Magdelena's tea house is a community space located in Lansing, MI's Eastside. Not yet even a year old, Magdelena's has provided a much needed space for Open Mic Poetry/Music nights, film screenings, benefits, as well as a comfortable place to meet/read/write/consume tea/alternative to the usual bar and cofeehouse atmosphere.

OCC's own Tim Lane, hosts the (superb) monthly Open Mic Poetry Night (usually held on the last tuesday of the month), this Sunday, Dec. 12th at 5:30.

Magdelena's Calendar

Magdelena's Map




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  • For those of you following along at home, the Magdalena's Poetry Series -- usual...more
    - [stargrazer]

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filmmaker, jobless but inspired, seeking poets who like collaborations

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well, i really didn't want this to be like a want ad... but frankly that is what it is... so why hide it.

so as all of you should know by now we have 2 big OCC events/pieces coming up: JOMAS and the Collaborations .2 exhibit.  For one or both of these I would like to make a film involving spoken word poets speaking about social issues that effect their everyday lives.

so if anyone is interested or would like more information on my artistic vision for this project, please contact me at: juliayezbick@yahoo.com.

cheers! julia. (oh, and i am back in MICHIGAN now, so this is mainly aimed at all of you michiganders - although i am an equal opportunity collaborator)



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  • You know I am down. I am out here in the Pacific Northwest trying to start rippi...more
    - [name not provided]
  • julia and i will be at Magdalena's Open Mic Poetry Reading this Sunday, Dec. 12t...more
    - [ben]
  • I'll help/contribute...of course I read poems much better after a couple drinks...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • i will be sending out an "update" to anyone interested soon, just wait...more
    - [pax]

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Collaboration .2 [call for entries]

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Outside Circle Collective
Collaboration .2
Call For Entries


Members of Outside Circle Collective are invited to submit proposals for Collaboration .2, an international travelling exhibition to begin mid-2005. Each entry should be a proposed collaboration between two or more members (eg, a musician and a painter, a web designer, a film maker and a dancer; whatever fits).

Please submit names and contact information with a proposal of no more than three pages. Submissions may propose work in any format, but no funding will be provided. All proposed work must be self-financed.

Proposals can be emailed to info@outsidecircle.com or snail mailed to :

Outside Circle Collective
426 West Second St.
Rochester, MI USA
48307-1904

Submission Deadline is February 15, 2005.

If you would like more information about the exhibition or Outside Circle Collective, send email or visit the website listed below.




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  • Yay! Thanks for the way prettier posting (and content!)
    - [name not provided]
  • i learned it by watching you.
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open mic poetry night

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The trees have quit, and the sun is about to walk out.  But don't let that get ya down.  See you at Magdalena's on Tuesday, Oct. 26.

Tim Lane (www.theatticwhichisdesire.com) and Aaron Curtner (Luddite) have organized an open mic poetry night at the performance space, Magdalena's Teahouse (in the 2000 block of Michigan Ave., Lansing).  The Poetry is always amazing.
Sign up: 7:45.  Reading: 8:00.
 
 


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[jomas] - call for entries

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The journal of motion and sound [JOMAS] is a  collection of experimental films, animation, music, sound installation and new media in a dvd format. JOMAS is now accepting submissions for the next volume.

Please visit JOMAS on the web at www.outsidecircle.com/jomas or contact us for more information on the journal and how to submit your work.

Entries are due by January 15, 2005.

You can help spread the word by downloading and printing these flyers for distribution. Thanks!


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  • You should think about having a premiere for this at Scene Metrospace in East La...more
    - [Patrick Brander]
  • The website is now up and running.
    - [nick]
  • Patrick, I really like your idea. We've actually been talking to Scene Metrospac...more
    - [nick]
  • yeah patrick, [here's the secret:] we are putting together a call for entries f...more
    - [ben]
  • It should be noted that the entry deadline is January 15, 2005. So no time-trav...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • There we go. Now we've time-warped back to the present. Thanks for catching that...more
    - [nick]
  • please note that we will be leaning toward shorter films and videos, simply to m...more
    - [ben]
  • we need musicians, sound installations, poets, and noise makers! we've so far go...more
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