1. I might be going a bit too far with this month's Patreon rewards.

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    Too far! patreon.com/shaylamaddox

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    • Networked Disruption (exhibition)

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      Networked Disruption -- guided tour through the exhibition by curator Tatiana Bazzichelli Škuc gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia THU 12 March 2015 Curated by Tatiana Bazzichelli and presented for the first time at the Škuc gallery in Ljubljana, the exhibition Networked Disruption focuses on the mutual interferences between business and disruption, by shedding light simultaneously on heterogeneous practices of hackers, artists, networkers, whistleblowers, activists and entrepreneurs who engage deeply with network activity. MORE: aksioma.org/networked.disruption

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      • EatA II: The Metro Media Fond | Mail Art Collection from the Lenore Herb Archive

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        This video document was recorded and edited between November 22 and December 2 2014. Mail Art: Lenore Herb Archive (Crista Dahl Media Library and Archive - CDMLA) Research: Alexandra Bischoff, Elisa Ferrari, Karen Knights Narration: GX Jupitter-Larsen Video: Elisa Ferrari Editing: Sebnem Ozpeta More info about the CDMLA, EatA and the Metro Media Fond: www.vivomediaarts.com/eata-ii-the-metro-media-fond

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        • Green Seen Mail Art Show: The Works

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          This is a slide show of the many works of mail art that were contributed to the Green Seen Mail Art Show, curated by Christine Tarantino and held at the Wendell Free Library in Wendell, Massachusetts, USA, in 2010. Green Seen was one of the largest mail art shows in the country in that year. A documentary video of the show can be found at http://vimeo.com/112577576 .

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          • DohVinci: 3rd lesson of mailart - wood 3D postcard

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            Hasbro, the famous American toy company, has developed what it is calling the world’s first handheld 3D Play-Doh printer for kids, DohVinci. Also Hasbro created DohVinci art studio and invited popular creative instagram bloggers to make online workshop for kids. We were happy to work with amazing mail-art artist @nasyakopteva for 5 online lessons. concept: cotton production: cotton artist: nasya kopteva

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            • Green Seen Mail Art Show

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              This video documents the Green Seen Mail Art Show, which took place at the Wendell Free Library in Wendell, Massachusetts USA in 2010. It was one of the largest mail art shows of the year. Wendell artist Christine Tarantino was the driving force behind the show. She was joined by Wendell artist Adrian Montagano in the construction of a large installation using the art that was received. I apologize for the poor audio, especially during the conversation between Christine and Adrian--I was working with some inferior equipment and am not much of an audio engineer. A video slide show of the hundreds of works of art that were submitted to the show can be found here: https://vimeo.com/116198349 .

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              • Wood U Rock Me @ 3?: The Extras

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                This is a companion video to the Wood U Rock Me @ 3? video (https://vimeo.com/111926844). This video contains a slide show of the (pre-burned) pieces of wood that were contributed by various artists, Christine's pre-performance instructions to me, and the text of a memorial tribute by our friend, Wendell author/artist Corwin Ericson.

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                • Wood U Rock Me @ 3?

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                  This is the record of a performance/mail art piece done by Christine Tarantino in December 2009 at her home in Wendell, Massachusetts. Christine had issued a mail art call for pieces of wood to be sent to her. When she had accumulated a number of pieces, she burned them in our fire pit while I recorded the process. Later, she sent each of the participating artists some of the ashes and a DVD of the video. The video has no voiceover or explanatory titles as it was originally produced simply as a record to be sent to the other artists. Also see the companion video, Wood U Rock Me @ 3?: The Extras (http://vimeo.com/112287628) which contains a slide show of the contributed pieces of wood (pre-burning), Christine's pre-performance instructions to me, and a memorial tribute by our friend, Wendell author/artist Corwin Ericson.

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                  • Lost&FoundI

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                    this work was instigated on a residency this year in Venice: using found materials I added collage interventions to a series of commercial postcards, mailed them back to the UK with invitations to reciprocate with a card from each of the 8 artists - the resultant collection then evolved into a book work...

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                    • Siamo qui solo per i soldi - Opere di Don Manuel Diego Martire (Diego Perucci), mostra a Casa Là Farm Gallery, Scalvaia (SI)

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                      Diego 29 anni, bresciano trapiantato a Siena, spicca in tutto ciò che fa: pittura, scrittura, regia. Non potendolo esporre, esponiamo le sue opere. We're only in it for the money (1968) è il titolo di uno degli album più dissacranti di Frank Zappa and the Mothers. Musicista creativo, Zappa non perse l'occasione di trattare con sarcasmo vari aspetti della cultura americana di fine Sessanta. Si parla già di consumismo, diffusione massiccia di droghe rimbecillenti e manipolazione dei movimenti di protesta. Il titolo è rivolto direttamente ai Beatles, che con Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band (1967) avevano strizzato l'occhio al flower power dilagante per mera questioni di soldi. D'altro canto lo stesso Zappa non si fece scappare l'occasione di trattare quei temi “caldi” non tanto per questioni di tornaconto economico, quanto più per cassa di risonanza mediatica. Il tutto avvenne quarantasei anni fa, in piena cultura pop. Quel periodo è stato ed è oggetto di mitizzazioni e mistificazioni, ma a ben guardarlo non è così differente da quello in cui viviamo. Lo strapotere di chi ha, o ha avuto un lavoro, su chi non lo avrà mai. Lo sfruttamento dei grandi numeri di disperati per conservare inalterato il benessere acquisito delle minoranze privilegiate. Veniamo a Diego Perucci. Le sue opere si rifanno in modo evidente alla Op Art americana. Lo stile preciso e ripetuto unito agli elementi sognanti e ai tratti psichedelici contribuiscono a definire un insieme che combina il sogno alla razionalità geometrica. Nelle opere a inchiostro, l'assenza di colore aumenta la percezione dello scheletro, frutto di un'attenta riflessione spaziale. Il vuoto è parte integrante dell'opera di Diego Perucci, ribadendo così profondamente la sua anima anni Sessanta. Siamo qui solo per i soldi. Quali? L'arte underground fatica a vendere; in molte case private si vedono appesi quadri privi di originalità, o peggio stampe che riproducono capolavori. La cosa assurda è che spesso sono acquistate a prezzi ben più alti di un originale di giovani artisti. Quindi sì, l'arte underground può essere anche elemento di ripresa economica e di gratificazione per l'artista, fuori dalle logiche vessatorie dei circuiti commerciali dell'arte tradizionale. C'è ed è chiaro anche un senso metaforico. Indipendentemente dal successo di vendita, critica, pubblico, l'arte c'è, resiste. Quindi il titolo può essere riletto in chiave ironica: per quanto vi ostiniate a finanziare ciò che è scarsamente originale, o peggio privo di alcun valore estetico, noi siamo qui, con le nostre idee e i nostri progetti, a sfidare l'onda mefitica della banalità. Il curatore: Sandro Fracasso

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