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The materials you need to commandeer the frequencies of short-wave radio stations are things you probably already own. Read the rest of this entry »
If you missed me making it sound like I was making art for fifteen minutes on Resonance FM the other week, you can hear it again below. It was originally broadcast on November 16th as part of the antepress art writing programme Digestives.
My next Digestives programme isn’t until early February. In the meantime here’s a sneak preview of what I’m looking at in preparation: Read the rest of this entry »
I come back to these diagrams very often.
Here’s a short extract of What To Do, a 35 minute ‘blank talk’ that flattens its own text as it goes along.
Just for fun, below are some rough copies of the diagrams, some of which eventually appear in the talk itself.
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You can keep doing things until things happen to them. Here are three people who know how to do this.
The thing I did on Thursday:
When I was at art school I spent a week at Trinity Buoy Wharf making some really bad site specific art which was then exhibited along with everyone else’s site specific art. (I also took lots of video, sitting in a boat I wasn’t sure I was allowed to be in, watching a piece of cord swaying obliquely, I must find that and see what it’s like.)
In the lighthouse at Trinity Buoy Wharf there are some outdated computers playing a piece of music which is 1000 years long, and on the 31st December 2999 it will start playing again at the beginning.
Yesterday Anton showed me a video of a piano performance by Jem Finer, and afterwards I realised he was the same man who’d made Longplayer. Read the rest of this entry »