lost+found, PhiloFiction

Contemporary Art: ‚Art Contemporary with Itself ‚

27 Apr , 2017  

The adventure of modern art is over. Contemporary art is contemporary only with itself. It no longer knows any transcendence either towards past or future; its only reality is that of its operation in real time and its confusion with that reality. Nothing now distinguishes it from the technical, promotional, ...

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NonMusic

Ultrablackness of Music/Feindliche Übernahme/Leseprobe

27 Mrz , 2017  

Andrzej Steinbach, Achim Szepanski Ultrablack of Music: Feindliche Übernahme published by spectorbooks   pdf hereDokument0 ...

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NonMusic

Buchpräsentation Ultrablackness of Music: Feindliche Übernahme

13 Mrz , 2017  

Echo Bücher, Berlin here Ultrablackness of Music: Feindliche Übernahme Andrzej Steinbach & Achim Szepanski Buchpräsentation / Installation DJ Bleed Mittwoch 29. März, 19:00 Uhr In einem parcours de force durchschreitet Achim Szepanski in dem kurzen Text “Ultrablackness in der Musik. Eine Non-Remixologie” Aspekte der elektronischen Musik bei Deleuze/Guattari und François  ...

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Lexicon, lost+found, NonMusic

Technodeleuze and Mille Plateaux. Achim Szepanski’s Interview (1994-1996)

9 Mrz , 2017  

Achim Szepanski has been one of the “heroes” of the ‘90s thanks to the creation and the visionary promotion of his Mille Plateaux (1994-2004), the famous record label based in Frankfurt. Due to his peculiar philosophical theory applied to the digital culture, Szepanski has totally changed the electronic music panorama ...

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lost+found, PhiloFiction

Human Clay, Hardened Clay, Ordinary Stones english/german

3 Mrz , 2017  

In many respects, it would make sense to read Andrzej Steinbach’s series “Ordinary Stones” in continuity with his last work, “Figur I, Figur II”1. The works bear similarities, perhaps even obvious ones, but approaching this work via analogy would mean ignoring a key element of Steinbach’s artistic practice: the production ...

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lost+found, PhiloFiction

We do not know what a (cinematic) body can do: Reconsidering Deleuze’s and Patton’s reception of Godard in the Age of Control Societies

23 Feb , 2017  

The aim of this essay is to interrogate the relationship between Deleuze’s concepts of Idea, creativity, and control societies, alongside its interpretation by Paul Patton and Godard’s efficacy at giving these concepts their proper audio-visual form in cinema. By means of Godard’s Alphaville, we will demonstrate how Deleuze’s understanding ...

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lost+found

Technodeleuze e Mille Plateaux

16 Dez , 2016  

… Il primo motivo dell’importanza dell’azione di Szepanski, dunque, è legato al movimento verso l’esterno della filosofia deleuziana – un pensiero-rostro che uncina l’ electro , la ciberne- tica, così già predisposto nella sua stessa essenza astratta. Ne-gli anni novanta, infatti, si trattava di collegare tale gesto alle istanze artistiche ...

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Mashines, PhiloFiction

Processing/Lampreys —Photo-Fiction as Digital Parasite Aesthetics

27 Okt , 2016  

From ‘Photo of Lamprey’ to ‘Photo-Fictional Lamprey’ ‘The lamprey’ is the name given to any fish of the order Petromyzontiformes. It is most commonly known as a parasitic, jawless fish that latches its fanged mouth onto other fish in order to suck the blood of its host. A google search ...

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Gosse, Necropolitics

Blackness in Zeiten, in denen jeder das Ende der Welt in der Hand haben will.

16 Okt , 2016  

Version 1 Black Dada antwortet mit Grausamkeit. Entwickelt einen Geschmack für die Destruktion. Geschmack an der Destruktion einer Welt, die im Nanosekundenbereich heißgelaufen ist. Einer Welt, die mal wieder ihre Kriege hat. Manche Städte werden von Kampfflugzeugen bombardiert, andere von Kunstmessen angegriffen. Der alternative Künstler schwärmt von rhizomatischen Gärten, der ...

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Lexicon, lost+found, PhiloFiction

Laruelle and Art

10 Okt , 2016  

In the early 1990s François Laruelle wrote an essay on James Turrell, the American artist known for his use of light and space.1 While it briefly mentions Turrell’s Roden Crater and is cognizant of his other work, the essay focuses on a series of twenty aquatint etchings made by Turrell ...

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NonMusic

#ermanoise

20 Jun , 2016  

#ermanoise 1 Vogelzwitschern 2 Hinterhof 3 cordon sanitaire (Stop beeing creative) 4 This is the Sound of Depression 5 This is the Sound of Negativism 6 Stadthonigbienenetat 7 Multiklasse, gestört 8 ASMRec.fieldburnout 9 Rumination 10 Die Waffen der Stille 11 Gewitte(R) 12 Nacht 13 EU-Stadion 14 Wiedergutwording - Wetterdatensonifikation 15 ...

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Biopolitics

SAD ASIAN GIRLS

29 Apr , 2016  

Before getting right into the work of SAD ASIAN GIRLS CLUB and some of the ideas and politics behind what SAGC produces, could you tell us a little bit about how you all came together and started this project? Has SAGC kept (relatively) the same members since it was first ...

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Lexicon, NonMusic

Bidding farewell to the great history of music

15 Feb , 2016  

In the following you will read a story about the change in music. One can certainly tell various stories, but certainly also this one that I have in mind. People could describe this story as tragic, because since music once found its place at the unchallenged gods of art it ...

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lost+found, NonMusic

How Do You Make Music a Body without Organs? Gilles Deleuze and Experimental Electronica – Deutsch/english

10 Feb , 2016  

PDF in Deutsch Cox.Soundcultures.Deutsch   (This article appeared in German translation as “Wie wird Musik zu einem organlosen Körper? Gilles Deleuze und experimentale Elektronika” in Soundcultures: Über digitale und elektronische Musik, ed. Marcus S. Kleiner and Achim Szepanski [Frankfurt: Suhrkamp Verlag], 162–93.  A version in Italian was published in Millesuoni: ...

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lost+found, NonMusic

Sound Hacking: Further Reflections on Noise and Noncommunication

22 Jan , 2016  

We have become so accustomed to violence through entertainment that transgression itself has become merely another capitalist performance. How then do we elevate art, how can it be a reaction to the Other instead of its medium? How must we act when yesterday’s transgressions are today’s commodities? – Andreas Burckhardti ...

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