Neoflagellants on L’étranger

 

http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/l-etranger/show-313-10th-june-2014/

L’étranger broadcasts every possible Tuesday 21h00 – 22h00 (CET) on Radio Panik 105.4FM. A relational outburst. Scrambling fluxional artcore, weird paper chewing savants, occulture whispers …

Lined up to be scrambled with interjections and overlays from portable short-wave radio and busted tape deck: Officer!, London Sound Survey, Powerage, The Confraternity of Neoflagellants, Norymberga, Cosmic Dennis Greenidge, DJ Zenda, Guenter Schlienz, Dobri Isak, The Murphy Working Stiffs, Terry Cole-Whittaker, Disism, Anne Chris Bakker, Henry Holmes, Old Man Bondage Machine, Ilir Lluka & Jonida Prifti, Gentle Friendly.

Audio and full playlist http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/l-etranger/show-313-10th-june-2014/

Exploit.zzxjoanw.Gen

Exploit.zzxjoanw.GenExploit.zzxjoanw.Gen is an audio zine, a collection if vagrant sonic fictions.

It will be available to purchase for £30 as a USB device designed by Plastique Fantastique, or as a free digital download from the Collective and Punctum Records websites, as well as exploitzzxjoanwgen.tumblr.com
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The rubbled architecture of the semantic apocalypse is a jambient meshwork of infectious crypto-fictions, arche-hymns, cargo-cult objectiles and the untethered futurities of permanent collapse. A tentacular-empire-machine.

Swarming visions, speculations and transmissions are hereby retro-clothed in vaporware, to be neurocast for further maladaptation by the following memechanics of the salvaged future:

AAS, The Confraternity of Neoflagellants, Plastique Fantastique, Head Gallery, Jillian Mayer, WE, English Heretic, Michelle Hannah, Benedict Drew, POLLYFIBRE, The Cult of RAMM:ΣLL:ZΣΣ, Xempeer and Kornelia Remø Klokk.

Dane Sutherland has worked in partnership with Punctum Records to publish and distribute this project.

www.punctumrecords.com/exploitzzxjoanwgen

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Exploit.zzxjoanw.Gen | Launch Event
Friday 30 May 2014 | 7-10pm
Bongo Club

Exploit.zzxjoanw.Gen is a project by Satellites Programme Intern and curator, Dane Sutherland. He has worked with a number of leading artists to create new music, sound artworks and texts which will be available to purchase as a limited edition USB stick designed by Plastique Fantastique for £30. It will also be available from 31 May as a free digital download from the Collective and Punctum Records websites.

Performances on the night by: Plastique Fantastique, The Cult of RAMM:ΣLL:ZΣΣ and Kornelia Remø Klokk. Doors open at 7pm, performances from 8pm.

Collective Gallery
City Observatory |
38 Calton Hill, Edinburgh
EH7 5AA @1984_collective

+44 (0)131 556 1264
mail@collectivegallery.net
www.collectivegallery.net

 

Shift/Work Unlearning

Unlearning - Relevant IndieShift/Work is a research project jointly developed by Edinburgh College of Art and Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop that has run since 2010. Setting out to examine and reconfigure comprehensive workshop-based approaches to artistic production that are theoretically informed, practical and participatory. Shift/Work facilitates new experiential knowledge, practices and tools for artists and art educators to adapt and implement.

Shift/Work: Unlearning targets the rapidly expanding international audience for contemporary art education: specifically, artists, educators and curators. It will focus on current discourses and practices that engage with the values of unlearning, deschooling, improvisation and amateurism.


Day 1 : Wednesday 28th May

12:00-13:00 Shift/Workers Arrive

13:00-14:00 Crille Lampa Talk | www.crillelampa.se

14:00-15:00 Sean Kaye, half of Leeds United, will talk on the Leeds College of Art Foundation Course www.leeds-united.org.uk

15:00-15:30 Break

15:30-16:00 Neil Mulholland & Dan Brown on Shift/Work and unlearning schedule

17:00 Group discussion of unlearning based on the themes that emerge from the talks


Day 2 : Thursday 29th May

10:330-12:30 Shift/Workers allocated into a group (RED & GREEN) and move off into separate studios. Each group works with one Shift/Supervisor (RED Sean, GREEN Crille) and one observer (RED Jake, GREEN Neil). Dan will act as go-between the two groups.

- Further discussion of unlearning in relation to workshop design. Discussion steered by Shift/Supervisor, notes taken by observer.

12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-15:30 Each group designs a day long workshop based on their discussions. 2 hour session in the morning, 2 hour session in the afternoon. Workshop plan finalised and printed in preparation to run in the same studios the following day.

16:00 Whole group meet. Any instructions that need to be issued will be issued at this point.

16:30 Dan, Neil, Jake, Crille and Sean meeting.

Day 3 : Friday 30th May

10:30-12:30 Groups rotate studios to take part in the first two hours of their workshop.

12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-15:30 Groups take part in the second part of the two hour workshop.

15:30 All reconvene to discuss the day’s events. Drinks. FIN

Oor Glasgow

My Glasgow
Scottish Council Art Gallery, Levernside Road, Pollok, Glasgow (1973)

 

 

 

 

 

 

I’m in this. video.frieze.com/film/Glasgow

In their first half hour film frieze asks a host of artists and curators – including Laura Aldridge, Duncan Campbell, Alasdair Gray and David Harding – to reflect upon the past, present and future of Glasgow’s art scene. The film was premiered at the Glasgow Film Theatre as part of the BBC Art Screen Festival 2014 and screened again at the ICA, London.

"Sometimes your past comes back to haunt you and drags you back in to help track yourself down."