середа, 26 серпня 2015 р.

Pablo Picasso - Abstract Studies of a guitar

Ви думали буде без цього?


Раніше вже викладав інший скан цих замальовок, а тепер повніша версія.

Stanley Kunitz \ Стенлі Кюніц



A Brief History of Sound Poetry by Jaap Blonk

Jaap Blonk selected videos




вівторок, 25 серпня 2015 р.

Francis Alys - A Personal Repertoire of Possible Behaviour While Walking the Streets in London Town 2005


Richard Wright


Luis Camnitzer - Sentences 1966


Bob Law


David Kindersley

Henry Bond


Martin Creed - Work No. 233 2000


Cy Twombly - The Song of the Border-Guard 1952


Liam Gillick

Tom Phillips


Ian Tyson


Angus Fairhurst - When I Woke Up in the Morning, the Feeling Was Still There (1992)

Itai Doron


Mat Collishaw


Gavin Turk


субота, 22 серпня 2015 р.

1955 FLUXUS IS DEAD - Keith Buchholz by PNA-Video

Performance Poetry Through the 19th Century - Olchar Lindsann by PNA-Video

Warren Fry's Brief History of Oberiu by PNA-Video

Lecture on Visual Poetry - Geof Huth by PNA-Video

John Kannenberg


Ventus from John Kannenberg on Vimeo.

And some Fluxus-related stuff:

Performing Yoko Ono's 'Water' (1964) from John Kannenberg on Vimeo.

Performing Shiomi's 'Water Music': Tuning Fork from John Kannenberg on Vimeo.

Performing Shiomi's 'Water Music': Spin The Bottle from John Kannenberg on Vimeo.

пʼятниця, 14 серпня 2015 р.

ARTHUR C. CLARK - siseneG

У березні 1984-го року Артур Кларк надіслав редактору журналу Analog цю коротку історію. За словами самого Кларка, то був його перший короткий твір за дуже багато років. У ньому лише 31 слово. Його опублікували у травневому номері Analog. 

субота, 8 серпня 2015 р.

Liz Worth - Osso

1.
You were once a hunter,
or so you said on bended knee,
bending me, lips to feathers
the day we found the dead crow
on the doorstep,
halted reincarnation.
You took up a beat to
release the spirit from its bones:
os
osso
ossu.
Its eye an oil painting,
relief realized in rigor mortis.

Josh Romig - To Do List


Wake up earlier

Jon Henson - mysterious main character

Two cops, a rookie and a grizzled vet, pursue a chaos of meaningless phrases in a Protozoan roadhouse.  
They are found in both fresh and sea water and they feed through cilia that cover their bodies.
The theory behind these sumptuous images is an interactive online course for everyone.
An interactive introduction for everyone to the third polluted stream of basic HTML: the Wikipedia model of man.

The man leads you out of town and walks for about ten minutes.
Afterwards, you arrive at the Prologue.
This entity is actually a one celled organism.
Hundreds, even thousands, can be found in a single drop of water.
This page is a part of a computer drawing of a wretched self-complacency with the parts tagged; it consists of a base page together with a wheel that spins around.

When you spin the community of young people across America, learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills,
the home page owner insists that possible visitors respect his creation - so it is only natural to expect the same in return.

Many of the footer designs in the gallery of footers already include the page number as part of the content.
They already include the same number of chromosomes as an outline of one part of the world overlaid on another part of the world.

When a North Korean diplomat embarrasses himself in front of a book that has been read but is in good condition,
maybe the reverse process is true: Falling into a puddle face down after a fight in a conceptual climate model.

An evolutionary biology professor at Harvard spends her time studying how the human head and foot have evolved in spite of the contributions of America’s tabloids.
Any change in this dense metropolis requires a sacrifice of the only part of the "<HEAD></HEAD>" that is normally visible,
a link to a dataset of tweets manually annotated with part-of-speech tags.

This technique is commonly used to blur faces in order to protect the subjects’ identities: Three organic children, one electronic husband, a dash of scientific socialism.
Snapshot attractors, hysteresis in extreme events, especially in biblical usage, invoke this phenomenon of preferring
the faster growth supporting executive privilege with audio pronunciations.

The transformation of the mycelium into religious codes and commandments becomes widespread.
In other words the lowest form of science we can study is that of the science of western management.

What keeps time moving forward?
A drop in global oxygen levels may have led to air-breathing marine animals 375 million years ago amidst the alchemy of sexual energy.

This crumbling world now lies atop a special fucking pyramid of regret.
With no breaks between the tracks, it reads like a biography, with air as its mysterious main character.

The last gasp can terrify or emancipate all the organisms involved in the program, no matter their sites of interest or areas of research.



пʼятниця, 7 серпня 2015 р.

Michael Craig-Martin

Abidin Dino - Saman Sarisi illustration


Angelo Testa. Textile design, drawing. “The Dance.” 1950s


Robert Rauschenberg


Robert klippel


Robert Motherwell