VIEW SOURCE: #2
31 October 2015
Our best of the net this week. Finds include location-specific information for refugees, a short film about being a "ghost in the system" and an "exploration into the new acoustic landscape of war". By Lighthouse Artistic Director Juha van 't Zelfde.
Screeenshot from SAGAv1, by Mat Dryhurst
SAGA, MAT DRYHURST
Juha: Mat Dryhurst created SAGA to give artists more control over how their work is experienced and presented online. Like a more decentralised, personal Soundcloud or Vimeo embed – where the artist is in charge, not the major labels.
For installation, setup instructions and contributions, find Saga on GitHub.
Hito Steyerl. How Not to be Seen: A Fucking Didactic Educational .MOV File. Video, 2013
HITO STEYERL & KASSEM MOSSE PERFORMANCE
Juha: Hito Steyerl and Kassem Mosse are to perform a posthumous homage to filmmaker Harun Farocki at the Reina Sofia museum on November 10. Mosse’s performance is described as "an exploration into the new acoustic landscape of war – between military noise and sounds from consumer devices.” I didn’t know the acclaimed techno producer did this kind of thing. Would love to see this.
Screenshot from the REFUGEEINFO.EU website
Juha: Accessible by mobile phone, this service provides up-to-date, location-specific information to refugees arriving in Europe.
HE WORKS THE LONG NIGHTS
“A man whose job places him on the fringes of English society explains his day-to-day life. Taking us through his daily routine, we witness the boredom and repetition that comes with being a ghost in the system.”
Russia Today’s logo says it all
NOTHING ABOUT US, WITHOUT US
Juha: ‘10 Things You Need to Consider If You Are An Artist Looking To Work With Our Community’ offers an important and very useful reminder for all of us, not just artists.
Screenshot from the Åzone Future Markets website
ÅZONE FUTURES MARKET
“Åzone Futures Market is a Guggenheim online exhibition that enables you to take a position on the future of a world increasingly shaped by emerging technologies.”
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