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The principal material of this praxis is the body and its site is the social world. The understanding of body as object. It is explored by the means of intermedia variables and decision-making processes with the discourse of a reinvented context.

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Artreview: the censorship of user content

Started by Garrett Lynch Sep 7, 2011.

www.studentspad.com invitation

Started by ARTStap International May 12, 2011.

translation of discussion start

Started by Dagmar I. Glausnitzer-Smith Jan 8, 2008.

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Comment by AVI ROSEN on October 18, 2012 at 8:21

Art \ live, 2012 — Performance by Ela Rosen, Ron Vinter and Avi Rosen — A tribute to Art / Life 1983 -1984 performance by Linda Montano and Tehching Hsieh

http://turbulence.org/blog/2012/08/22/art-live-2012/

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Comment by Garrett Lynch on August 2, 2012 at 12:45

The keynotes / lead performer lineup for the conference Remote Encounters: Connecting bodies, collapsing spaces and temporal ubiquity in networked performance has now been confirmed. We are proud to welcome:

Keynote:

Jo-Anne Green from Turbulence (http://turbulence.org/) and Networked Performance (http://turbulence.org/blog/)
Marc Garrett from Furtherfield (http://www.furtherfield.org/)

Lead performer:

Annie Abrahams (http://www.bram.org/)

Our open call for papers and performances continues until 4pm (GMT), Friday 31/08/12. Please find details included below.


:: Call for papers and performances ::

Contributions are invited from practitioners and academics for papers and performances that contextualise current networked performance themes and issues both historically and across the spectrum of different types of networks, explore the wealth of performance opportunities offered by the internet and give a sample of future directions for networked performance.

The full call can be found online at:
http://remote-encounters.tumblr.com/

Comment by Garrett Lynch on June 14, 2012 at 12:50

Call for papers and performances - Remote Encounters: Connecting bodies, collapsing spaces and temporal ubiquity in networked performance

Remote Encounters, a two-day international conference with performance evening, aims to explore the use of networks as a means to enhance or create a wide variety of performance arts. How do networks as a site for performance provide opportunities for us as artists and performers? In particular how can we remotely collaborate, merge geographically separate places and times, reconfigure the space of performance and the relationship between artist and audience?

For full details of the call for papers and performances, see: http://remote-encounters.tumblr.com/

Comment by Sadat Laope on March 10, 2012 at 1:31

Wed Action – Wednesday Action was action art monthly program organized by Performance Klub and Kedai Kebun in 2003 – 2004, as early program of the organization, to explore the knowledge, creativity, and art practice by performer, also to di...scourse the action art in ( and out) side art community. Various theme each month, participants from Jogjakarta, other cities, and overseas. Wed Action program inactived , since Performance Klub focused on international festival, after 8 years now, Wed Action to perform again.
Wed Action #10 in year 2012, to invite alumnus or early Wed Action’s artists and new performers in this program to respons 2 politicals issues : corruption and money politics. Hope the program to be one of the way to open the complete freedom doors of all fields.

Participants :
1. Yustoni Volunteero
2. Group Bocor Alus *
3. Group Semoga Lekas Sembuh *
4. Iwan Wijono
5. Fj. Kunting
6. Anton Subiyanto
7. Punkaz
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9. Theresia Agustina Sitompul *
10. Ronald Apriyan
11. Lugas Syllabus
12. Digie Sigit
13. Sindu Cutter
14. Buyung Mentari
15. Anang Nasichudin

• under confirmation
Coordinator : Sadat Lapoe – +62 815 1418 4113 sadataco@yahoo.com
Director : Iwan Wijono – +62 819 0371 7175 performanceklub@gmail.com
Performanceklub.blogspot.com

Comment by Dagmar I. Glausnitzer-Smith on January 20, 2012 at 12:46
Comment by Sadat Laope on November 3, 2011 at 20:11
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1. We Are The No.1 Problems.
2. Take It!
3. Sometime,We Don't Need To Think.

- Sadat Laope
Comment by Garrett Lynch on October 25, 2011 at 11:31
Response from Artreview about the petition against censorship on user profiles has not been forthcoming. 

http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/artreview-isp-censorship/

Artreview have been informed of the petition by email and recorded delivery letter which they accepted so we now know they are aware of this.  It seems Artreview care very little about this issue or the concerns of their community, at least not enough to have the courtesy to form a statement and update their community, an update they promised in the initial announcement.  Active members who are genuinely concerned about this now have two choices:

1) Increase the pressure on Artreview to make some statement;
2) Or more severely to pull out of Artreview, after all without members Artreview won't have a community.

If you chose the former I have made the letter sent to Artreview available online for anyone to download, sign with their details and post to Artreview in London.  Here it s in .doc and .rtf formats:

http://www.asquare.org/artreview/artreview-letter.doc
http://www.asquare.org/artreview/artreview-letter.rtf

The latter is and should be your personal choice.
Comment by Dagmar I. Glausnitzer-Smith on October 5, 2011 at 18:18

Dear Larry the book is ready. I will send it to above address.

Best regards

Dagmar

ps sorry it took so long.

Comment by Garrett Lynch on October 1, 2011 at 21:46

Members, I have now formally forwarded the petition on censorship to Artreview.com as an email (below).  If no response is received I will also forward the petition by post.  Hopefully we will have a positive respond soon.

 

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Dear Artreview.com

As a representative of a number of members of the artreview community, subscribers to the magazine and users of the website, I would like to draw your attention to a petition objecting to the censorship of our art dictated by your ISP as stated in your community announcement of the 6th of September 2011.

http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/artreview-isp-censorship/

We feel that this is yet another example of creative expression suppressed by the rules and regulations of corporate institutions and does not reflect or demonstrate understanding of the long traditions, histories and well established thematic and theoretic concerns of art.  Nudity in art has, is and will continue to be a subject matter of significant importance which reflects many of the concerns of the human condition.  We feel that it is poor form that you, a well established contemporary art magazine who itself has supported cutting edge and sometimes controversial art are allowing your provider to dictate what is 'acceptable' art and surprised that you have not considered how this issue might be dealt with as your online community grew. 

We understand that you have a contractual relationship with your ISP who regulate use of its servers and will be unlikely to effect change of their policies and so request that you consider changing your ISP to a more art community friendly provider rather than censor and possibly stunt what is a blossoming community.  In addition we request a statement from Artreview.com confirming how this issue is being resolved and as indication of support for artists' rights, your community members, to choose their modes of expression.

We hope that this petition will be seen by you as it is intended, an indication of concern on your community members part and that you will protect your constituency.

Sincerely
Garrett Lynch

 

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