Carlos Amorales, born in Mexico City in 1970, currently lives and works in Amsterdam and Mexico City.
Het nieuwe Re-Magazine is uit.
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 6#4 Ger Peeters 1 Jan 1992
Peter Reichel, Faszination und Gewalt des Faschismus, Hanser München 1991
In the 1920s Ernst Bloch wrote: 'the day is empty, there is no work, duty is hard and the people are calling for play.' The Nazis understood this better than anyone.
Book: Peter Reichel 1 Jan 1991
Der Schöne Schein des Dritten Reiches
Book: Elizabeth Diller, Ricardo Scofidio 1 Jan 1994
Visite aux armées / Back to the front
Tourismes de guerre / Tourism of War
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#2/3 Peter Berz, Volker Heise 1 Jan 1995
Klaus Theweleit, Buch der Könige II, Stroemfeld/Roter Stern, Frankfurt 1994
In 1988 Klaus Theweleit sent the first volume of his work Buch der Könige (Book of Kings), which up to now has been drawn up in four sequences, on its travels. The passengers were Gottfried Benn
Book: Klaus Theweleit 1 Jan 1994
Buch der Könige II
Book: Michael Heim 1 Jan 1993
The Metaphysics of Virtual Reality
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#1 Geert Lovink 1 Jan 1994
Michael Heim, The Metaphysics of Virtual Reality, Oxford University Press, New York 1993
Michael Heim, author of Electric Language, A Philosophical Study in Word Processing (1987), is now known as the 'philosopher of cyberspace'. He has organised various conferences about virtual reality...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol.7#1 Avon Huxor 1 Jan 1992
Writing the Mind
As its name suggests, Artificial Intelligence, has the goal of creating machines that can be said to be intelligent. There has, however, been a distinct lack of success in the area of recent years.
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 7#2 Jouke Kleerebezem 1 Jan 1993
The Exuberant Publicness of the Promised World
A limitless world seems once again within the grasp of an equally limitless desire. The dumb wish for a world in which we are at home dominates our thoughts and works; it is the desire for a world...
Magazine: Bob Rickard, Paul Sieveking
Fortean Times, The Journal of Strange Phenomena
John Brown Publishing Ltd. (pub), London, English text, 12 pond sterling, 6 issues
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 7#3/4 Adilkno, Bilwet 1 Jan 1994
The Art of Being Informed
about the Data Dandy
I do not believe in progress, but I believe in the stagnation of human stupidity – I admire Japanese chairs because they have not been made to sit upon
Theater Instituut Nederland
Movement *2Sep 200510Oct 2005
Photography by Jamain Brigitha, made together with the choreographers Jack Gallagher and Nanine Linning, the dancers Gabrielle Nederend and Rene Oey, and inspired by Gilles Deleuze and Francis Bacon.
London Calling4Nov 20055Nov 2005
The famed festival where stagediving is still sort of okay. Get your kicks on with britpop, or should we call it postpunk, or who really cares, ken?
Arjen Mulder 1 Jan 1998
The landscape's thought
When twilight falls, a thought takes shape in the landscape. A flurry of wind swirls through a lonely tree on the moors, a cloud of birds whirls down over a sandy path to the hedge near a brook...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 7#2 Jules Marshall 1 Jan 1993
Bob Rickard & Paul Sieveking, Fortean Times: The Journal of Strange Phenomena, John Brown Publishing London 1992
As anthropologist Mary Douglas pointed out in Purity and Danger, there's a continuity to experience, whether modern or primitive, that makes all classification systems a fiction and //yet all human...