tomislav butkovic on line

net-working will certainly change, continue to become less
experimental and more complex, restricted. I’m part of what Franco
‘Bifo’ Berardi calls the ‘first connective generation’ (juxtaposed by
him to ‘conjugative’ generations which had done things mostly in
person with other people) where I grew up for a time without the
internet (until the late 90s) and then was constantly on it for 8+
hours a day ever since. at that time it seemed easy to talk to
complete strangers via Internet Relay Chat servers based in Malaysia
but with people from all over the world. I was mostly on there to talk
about Anime cartoons and ended up chatting with people ranging from
some strangers about nothing to some guy in Los Angeles who listened
to At The Drive-In and ran a home-made computer lab to some people in
Canada who started their own internet service provider business named
Viroteck. Websites were proliferating across the internet for free or
for a fee like nuclear weapons during the cold war. eventually
post-neos introduced me to mail-art and a certain milieu of networkers
in the late 2000s. most of the work documented on the internet which
is significant to me comes from this last period. the internet became
for me more of a place for sharing real world documentation than the
world to exist in itself, in front of a screen.

in addition to the links provided by jim leftwich:

art rat studios, roanoke va – video archive 2014-ongoing
mostly done by Ralph Eaton

Viewer documentation of REGURGITATOR noise improv project 2015

Post-Neo Absurdist Video Archive 2010-ongoing
hours and hours of documentation
https://vimeo.com/user891904

nascent archive on Archive.org 2008-ongoing
https://archive.org/details/@wkatastrof

Olchar’s archive on Archive.org
https://archive.org/details/@olchar_e_lindsann

PostNeoAbsurdist Activity Blog 2006-2015
http://postneoabsurdism.blogspot.com/

Michael Peters Interviews PostNeoAbsurdists in Word for / Word 2010
http://www.wordforword.info/vol16/Peters.htm

Bradley Chriss feature
http://thestudiovisit.com/bradley-chriss/

Olchar Lindsann blog 2009-present
http://olindsann.blogspot.com/

Philosophy INC, Matt Ames
http://philosophyinc.com/

Geof Huth on the Marginal Arts Festival 2010
http://dbqp.blogspot.com/2010/02/on-our-way-to-roanoke-marginal-arts.html

https://archive.org/details/MusicAndPerformanceFromTheMarginalArtsFestivalRoanokeVirginia13

https://archive.org/details/MusicAndPerformanceFromTheMarginalArtsFestivalRoanokeVirginia13_307

PRO- ANTI- blog, with limited documentation
http://unprounanti.blogspot.com/

deviantart gallery
https://piccolo.deviantart.com/gallery/234996/ADa-91-ADa-93

new brunswick hardcore punk/deathmetal scene 2009-2011