Friday, September 04, 2015

Most Popular Post

It's been almost nine years since I started this blog and yes, like most bloggers from the Naughties, I have slowed down my posting considerably (though I did manage to to turn the blogs into two books).

Checking out my stats for the first time in years, I see that this post, titled Snapshot of New York (Still-Life or Time-Trip?), was my most viewed post of all time. It refers to something that I now call Internet photography (or, when I'm feeling especially wordy, digital thoughtography). I'll let you see for yourself...

Thursday, September 03, 2015

ICYMI Part Two

1. Micro-Cinematic Essays on the Life and Times of Marcel Duchamp dba Conceptual Parts, Ink (a concept album on conceptual art, specifically an attempt to remix the notes found inside Duchamp's Green Box as sound art - co-created with Chad Mossholder)

2. an excerpt from 29 Inches: A Long Narrative Poem (thank you Ed Dorn, William Carlos Williams and Madeline Gins)

3. Play all the Remixes (tastes from my remixthebook project as performed by over 25 artists, musicians, theorists, poets, net artists et al)

4. The remixthebook course seems to be attracting a lot of external links from various syllabi too

5. Oh, the book, you can remix too!

Wednesday, September 02, 2015

ICYMI: A Sampling

1. My interview with Creators Project about glitch art, net art, and the Spy State Economy

2. Lake Como Remix (yes, you should wear headphones and view at full screen)

3. Crapshoot (you can't do e-lit without at least attempting to remix this classic work by Mallarmé why not a web app?)

4. Locus Solus (the centenary translation from the original French - and I don't even speak the language, so imagine how it reads!)

5. My new day job

Keywords: Mark Amerika, glitch, web apps, Locus Solus, Roussel, CMCI, IAWP