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Save Before It's Gone (2006)

Save Before It's Gone (2006)

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SAVE BEFORE IT'S GONE is an experimental magazine created in 3 days during the Public01 art festival at the MAP Brussels organised by the OKNO.BE organisation.

The magazine features interviews with DIRK PAESMANS (JODI.ORG), MAJA KUZMANOVIC (F0.AM), DARKO FRITZ (media artist and curator), ANDREI SMIRNOV (Theremin Center) and bits from the IRC chat moderated by Alejandra Nunez Perez and Yves Degoyon during the panels on beauty in the age of digital art, transdisciplinary practices and media art in the Eastern and Central Europe.

Fifteen numbered copies of the magazine were printed and given away on the spot.

Produced and edited by Dušan Barok and Magdaléna Kobzová.
Support: OKNO

More information: http://memoir.okno.be/?id=830
SAVE BEFORE IT'S GONE is an experimental magazine created in 3 days during the Public01 art festival at the MAP Brussels organised by the OKNO.BE organisation.

The magazine features interviews with DIRK PAESMANS (JODI.ORG), MAJA KUZMANOVIC (F0.AM), DARKO FRITZ (media artist and curator), ANDREI SMIRNOV (Theremin Center) and bits from the IRC chat moderated by Alejandra Nunez Perez and Yves Degoyon during the panels on beauty in the age of digital art, transdisciplinary practices and media art in the Eastern and Central Europe.

Fifteen numbered copies of the magazine were printed and given away on the spot.

Produced and edited by Dušan Barok and Magdaléna Kobzová.
Support: OKNO

More information: http://memoir.okno.be/?id=830

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before it’s gone
 
<Struba> I would like to ask Dirk,although he doesn’t talk about his‘easthetics” if he thinks there are certainelements in his work<Struba> like interactivity for examplethat constitute an aesthetic for theviewer/ (or contributor?)<pueblo> struba: interactivity as anaesthetic element?<Struba> I think so (bu that’s myopinion, -> it contributes to the way ofperceiving) what does he think about this<pueblo> ok<pueblo> Struba can you tell me moreabout yourself so I can personalise yourquestion?<Struba> I think perceiving has changedand is no longer only sensory but acti-vates and makes you use your eyes, earsdifferent beacause u can interact. thathow I perceive<pueblo> currently they are speaking ofthe way industralization and its processesaffects our perception in daily life inunconscious ways<Struba> I am writing my master thesison one of Jodi s works, Untitled Game.and the creating of a different aestheticsbecause of new ways in which the newmedia are perceived/used<Struba> I know Dirk doesn’t wantto comment on this. but I want to askanyways<Struba> Maybe he says somethinginteresting. you never know<Struba> I am a shewink
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it’s beautiful untilsomeone tells youhow it works
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<wikinibot> Beauty (disambiguation) |morning glory | Jules Joseph Lefebvre | art |emotional | perception | life | vitality | health| fertility | happiness | Goodness and valuetheory | meaning | being | nature | cognition |harmony | attraction | pleasure | Self (philoso-phy) | religion | ignorance | Narcissus (mythol-ogy) | vanity | ideology | dogma |prejudice | ethics | human rights | commercial-ism | culture wars | feminism | The BeautyMyth | aesthetics
<sophie_apo33>
There is maybe a contradic-tion between aesthetics and inter-action : thesecond one refers to an active “subject” relatedto a situation and other “subjects” while thethe concept of aesthetics refers to contempla-tion... Developping interaction means going outof aesthetics and entering a regime of produc-tion of practice...
<Struba>
I thin interaction in itself constructsso many possibilities it seems to be a shame tosay it is a cliche.
<sophie_apo33>
There is maybe a contra-diction between aesthetics and inter-action :the second one refers to an active “subject”related to a situation and other “subjects”while the the concept of aesthetics refersto contemplation... Developping interactionmeans going out of aesthetics and entering aregime of production of practice...
<Struba>
I think interaction in itself con-structs so many possibilities it seems to be ashame to say it is a cliche.

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