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from one side to the other, I’ve dreamed that too

December 29th, 2010 · No Comments · Art and Technology, Philosophy, Seth Horvitz

Contributed a piece to this tele-gallery exhibition for 323 Projects, which runs through January 17, 2011. To visit the show, call +1 323 843-4652

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Context Free Media’s Top 2 in Electronic Dance Music 2010

December 22nd, 2010 · No Comments · 20th Century Composers, Art and Technology, Michael Jackson, Philosophy

(in no particular order) James Blake: for proving that it is still possible to make honest and genuinely fresh electronic dance music in 2010. You win! Goodiepal: for proving that it is impossible to make honest and genuinely fresh electronic dance music in 2010. You win! UPDATE 12 FEB: James Blake has been disqualified from […]

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Art and Technology III

October 30th, 2010 · No Comments · Art and Technology, Philosophy, Quotations

“…the essence of technology is nothing technological, essential reflection upon technology and decisive confrontation with it must happen in a realm that is, on the one hand, akin to the essence of technology and, on the other, fundamentally different from it. Such a realm is art. But certainly only if reflection upon art for its […]

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Art and Technology II

January 18th, 2010 · No Comments · Art and Technology, Quotations

“There comes a moment where the technology gets closer and closer to the imagination and creativity of the writer and in the end, if you’re not careful, it overtakes, and suddenly, that serendipity which before was from your own sweat and blood… that serendipity comes by saying ‘if i press one of these 397 buttons […]

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MANIFESTO 2010

January 15th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Art and Technology, Philosophy

GOOD ART IS NEVER ABOUT TECHNOLOGY. I.E. THE MEDIUM IS THE MESSAGE ONLY IF THE MESSAGE TRANSCENDS THE MEDIUM. PUT ANOTHER WAY, ART SHOULD NEVER FOCUS ON THE DISPLAY OF TECHNOLOGY, WHICH ONLY SERVES TO TRANSFORM ART INTO MARKETING. INSTEAD, TECHNOLOGY MAY BE USED TO EXPRESS AN IDEA OR TO EXPLORE A DOMAIN OF EXISTENCE […]

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