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Subject:

Webcast - Rtmark, Paul D. Miller, Soda

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Joasia <[log in to unmask]>

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Curating digital art - www.newmedia.sunderland.ac.uk/crumb/

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Sat, 16 Mar 2002 01:23:53 +0000

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HYBRID DISCOURSE.  
Art for Commerce / Commerce for Art

PAUL D.MILLER / ®ark / SODA
Chair: Mike Phillips, i-DAT

18th March 02 / WEBCAST 6 - 8.30pm British Time

www.i-dat.org/projects/hybrid

Hybrid-Discourse is a series of events investigating current cultural
debates in the context of digital media. Focusing on key issues such as
relations between art and industry, emerging
cultural, commercial and hybrid practices as well as new models of
institutional practices this program seeks to re-address critical terms of
Adorno and Horkheimer's original concept of the culture industry in a
current context.

The third session in the series, Art for Commerce/Commerce for Art,
investigates relationship between cultural and commercial practices and
hosts Paul D. Miller, ®ark and SODA.

®ark, an anti-corporate corporation, operates globally and supports
activist projects by providing publicity, information, and finances
(www.rtmark.com). 
In this session ®ark will discuss Tactical Embarassment and other methods
for using public opinion as a weapon against corporate abuse of power.

SODA combines an arts and research practice with a broad range of commercial
activities. This eclectic mix is united by the creative culture of
excellence and innovation that has permeated Soda since its inception in
1996. Soda has worked within both a commercial and cultural context,
developing a range of projects for clients, curators and internal / external
outcomes.
Referring to Gregor Schneider¹s phrase Œthe highest form of thinking is
doing¹, this presentation will examine the relationship of Soda's work and
outcomes to a broader cultural context which is shaping the cultural
industry (www.soda.co.uk).

PAUL D.MILLER'S work as an artist has appeared in a wide variety of contexts
such as the Whitney Biennial, The Venice Biennial for Architecture and the
Ludwig Museum among others. Miller is most well known under the moniker of
his Œconstructed persona¹ as ŒDj Spooky that Subliminal Kid¹, a character
from his upcoming novel Flow My Blood the Dj Said, that uses a wide variety
of digitally created music as a form of post-modern sculpture
(www.djspooky.com).
Sound Unbound will be a "live" multi-media presentation of the history of
digital art and media from the viewpoint of an artist who uses Œfound
objects¹ like a dj - i.e. it's a subjective selection where old video
material will be remixed and combined with new. History itself will be the
material for the mix, and the lecture presentation will focus on how dj
culture has evolved out of the same technologies that are used for digital
media and art.


Place: Sherwell Centre / University of Plymouth / Plymouth / UK
Info and to join ON-LINE DISCUSSION: www.i-dat.org/projects/hybrid

Hybrid Discourse is organised by Anya Lewin and Joasia Krysa with support
from the Institute of Digital Art and Technology (i-DAT), Dartington College
of Arts, World of Work, Mute, and the European Social Fund.

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