magazines as publishers: in wien, tomorrow

A roundtable with AfterallArchiveMousseNERO, and OEI focusing on magazines which started to publish books. The panel aims to address the reasons behind this choice, to discuss the different functions of a book in contrast to a magazine, and their individual agendas.
Filipa Ramos in conversation with Caroline Woodley (Afterall), Chiara Figone (Archive), Stefano Cernuschi (Mousse), Lorenzo Gigotti (NERO), Jonas (J) Magnusson / Cecilia Grönberg (OEI)

The panel is organized in connection to the exhibition Publishing as an Artistic Toolbox: 1989–2017 at Kunsthalle Wien

Wednesday 8/11, 07:00 pm

Kunsthalle Wien

otoliths, issue #47

Otoliths issue forty-seven, the southern autumn issue, is now live.

It contains work from Mary Kasimor, M. Leland Oroquieta, Texas Fontanella, differx, Bill Yarrow, Jim Leftwich, Steve Dalachinsky, Vernon Frazer, Andrew Topel, Philip Byron Oakes, j4, Kyle Hemmings, Sanjeev Sethi, Karl Kempton, Robert van Vliet, Heath Brougher, hiromi suzuki & Márton Koppány, Kevin Tosca, Karen Downs-Barton, Demosthenes Agrafiotis, Seth Howard, Aurélien Leif, John M. Bennett, Lakey Comess, Drew B. David, Howie Good, Olivier Schopfer, Dah,  Raymond Farr, Carol Stetser, Adam Fieled, Joe Balaz, Martin Edmond, Jill Chan, Thomas M. Cassidy, osvaldo cibils, Neil Leadbeater, Christopher Barnes, Pete Spence, Ken Bolton, Dawn Nelson Wardrope, Ben Oost, Piet Nieuwland, Stephen Nelson, dan raphael, gobscure, Travis Cebula, Stuart Barnes, J.J. Campbell, Pearl Button, Nika + Jim McKinniss, Penelope Weiss, Brendan Slater, Jack Kelly, Bryony Bodimeade, Tony Beyer, Cecelia Chapman, William Allegrezza, David Baptiste Chirot, Willie Smith, Cheryl Penn, Obododimma Oha, Michael Brandonisio, Kenneth Rexroth, John Levy, Richard Kostelanetz & Igor Satanovsky, Luigi Coppola, Keith Nunes, Jesse Glass, Joseph Salvatore Aversano, David Lohrey, Scott MacLeod, Tom Beckett, Angad Agora, Jeff Harrison, Gregory Stephenson, Simon Perchik, wiggly jones, Michael Gould, Shloka Shankar, Volodymyr Bilyk, Marcia Arrieta, Cindy Hochman,  Bob Heman, Jack Galmitz, Jeff Bagato, Andrew Galan, Barnaby Smith, Edward Kulemin, Indigo Perry, Paul T. Lambert, John Pursch, Marilyn Stablein, J.D. Nelson, Carey Scott Wilkerson, Cherie Hunter Day, Bela Farkas, Menkah, Erik-John Fuhrer, Diane Keys, & Ishita Basu Mallik.


aleph null

Aleph Null is a graphic synthesizer; just like an audio synthesizer uses sounds to synthesize other sounds, Aleph Null samples from graphics, mixing them together with dynamic opacity and global compositing operations.” –Jim Andrews
Aleph Null is an attempt to help make a better world with terrific art. It’s important that there be ambitious works of net art that people around the world can access. Exciting interactive net art is one of the best things about the Internet. It boldly goes where no gink has gone. It carries the banners of imagination, innovation, activism, communication, international community, knowledge, art, beauty and truth. The Internet will be exciting only so long as it remains inspiring to artists—as an artistic medium. If that light goes out, the forces of dullness will have secured the entire thing as a department store, surveillance device and peep show.” –Jim Andrews

capti visual culture

una collaborazione fra varie università (e l’archivio del Mart) ha reso e sta rendendo disponibili per lettura in rete tante riviste di ricerca – soprattutto verbovisiva – degli anni ’60/’70 e successivi…

ho scoperto questo portale appena il mese scorso, grazie ad un post di Maurizio Spatola.

ecco l’indirizzo:

e (anche) su facebook:


 (per dire, ho avuto modo di leggere in rete l’intero n. 1 di “Lotta poetica”. straordinariamente attuale, credo – ed è del giugno 1971: