February 4, 2007

New Bathhouse Special Issue

There’s a special issue out of Bathhouse, a journal of “interdisciplinary and hybrid arts.” It features a new essay from Dmitry Golynko-Volfson on the history and future of the Russian Net art scene. I was happy to hang out with Dmitry at the Summer Literary Seminars last year, in between wandering the city reading sticker literature. The new Bathhouse also has video of Talking Cure, which I performed in St. Petersburg during the same trip.

Bathhouse is edited by current Creative Writing graduate students at Eastern Michigan University — and earlier featured Nick’s collaboration with William Gillespie on The Executor.

Chicago’s OPENPORT festival

from Grand Text Auto
by @ 6:55 pm

If anyone made it to some of the weekend 1 events, let us know how they went.

OPENPORT: Realtime Performance, Sound, & Language
begins this week @
Links Hall
3435 N Sheffield, 2nd Floor
Chicago, IL 60657
$12 ($10 students, seniors, unemployed)

Links Hall’s new Artistic Associates each curate a month-long series of performance, based on expertise in their respective artistic fields. February’s program has been curated by Nathan Butler (US), Mark Jeffery (UK), Judd Morrissey (US), and Lori Talley (US).

full details: http://www.openportchicago.com

February 2, 2007

Again, Again

from Grand Text Auto
by @ 2:23 pm

Today being Groundhog Day, in the spirit of the most excellent movie, I will recycle two past Groundhog Day-related blog posts.

Groundhog Day and IF (again)
Let’s do it again

February 1, 2007

Serious Play

from Grand Text Auto
by @ 12:03 am

I’m excited about an upcoming event — next Thursday at UCSD — on Massively Multiplayer Online worlds, game studies, economics, and cultural politics. The off-campus guests are Julian Dibbell and Raph Koster, and the local talent includes a grad student from my department Ge Jin (aka Jingle) as well as William Huber (a grad student in Vis Arts). It’s from 4-6:30pm, and there’s more info below.

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