Mediamatic Magazine vol 3#3 Paul Virilio 1 Jan 1989
La Conduite Inférieure
Paul virilio, dromologist and warspecialist, analyses in an in itself teledynamic essay (Interior Conduction) in which way the contemporary technology is a hidden form of the catastrophe.
Mediamatic Magazine vol 3#3 Maurice Nio 1 Jan 1989
Breaking, tearing apart, smashing, wringing, burning down, smoking out, knocking over - this is the vocabulary of violence that can be used to describe the video work of paul garrin. Brutal words...
Mediamatic Magazine vol 3#3 Anna Abrahams 1 Jan 1989
Computer Graphics & TV Fetisjisme
The use of Graphics as a fourth track, along with the iconic image, the spoken text and other sound, results in a form of extremely information-packed television:
Mediamatic Magazine vol 3#3 Marijn van der Jagt 1 Jan 1989
Words are taking revenge. It’s just no fun anymore simply being uttered or written down. They want to go on the offensive, to appear alarming.They want to breed and multiply and take over the image.
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 # 1+2 Niet Bekend 1 Jan 1989
Fiona McLeod (ed) The Fruitmarket Gallery/ Whitechapel Art Gallery (pub) Edinburgh/London 1989, ISBN 0 947912 36 3, English text, pp86
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 # 1+2 Niet Bekend 1 Jan 1989
Klaus vom Bruch: Arbeiten 1987-1989
Klaus Heinrich Kohrs (ed), Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Förderungsstiftung Berlin/Stadtischen Kunsthalle Düsseldorf (pub) Düsseldorf 1989,German text, pp34
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 # 1+2 Preikschat, Wolfgang 1 Jan 1989
Angenommen, eine Szenenfolge
Vilém Flusser, Göttingen 1989, Immatrix (pub) ISBN 3-926199-03-2, German text, ppl08.
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 # 1+2 Lex Wouterloot 1 Jan 1989
special issue: European Identities, Vol. 3 No. 2 , JOHN FISKE (ed) Routledge, London, May 1989. ISSN 0950-2386, English text.
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 #1+2 Jorinde Seijdel 1 Jan 1989
The Image: a guide to pseudo-events in America
DANIEL J. BOORSTIN, Atheneum Macmillan (pub), New York 1987(first published in 1962) ISBN 0-689-70280-9, English text, pp319, $7.95.
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 # 1+2 Tee, Ernie 1 Jan 1989
Traverses 44-45, Revue trimestrielle du Centre de Creation Industrielle, Centre Georges Pompidou (pub) Paris, September 1988. ISSN 0336-9730 French text, pp284, FF95,-
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 # 1+2 Geert Lovink 1 Jan 1989
Philosophien der neuen Technologie
Jean Baudrillard, Hannes Böhringer, Vilém Flusser, Heinz von Foerster, Friedrich Kittler, Peter Weibel, Ars Electronica, Linz/Merwe (pub) Berlin 1989. ISBN 3-88396-066-7, German text, ppl35, DM12,-
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 # 1+2 Jeremy Welsh 1 Jan 1989
Stylistic Piccolo prahlt Vrijblijvend Katwijk aan…
A Holiday Romance
In March 1989 the AIR Gallery, one of London’s major and longstanding venues for new experimental art, closed its doors for the last time. AIR’s penultimate exhibition saw video/performance artists...
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 # 1+2 Bill Horrigan 1 Jan 1989
Adolescent Junglebook overschijdt Scenic Paradise
A note on Peggy and Fred in hell
I asked myself how I could pass the time today and tomorrow, here and there for now. I felt an immeasurable stream of time, unconquerable as the air. From earliest childhood we had been accustomed to...
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 # 1+2 Paul Groot 1 Jan 1989
Infra-Red Wahrheit moraleggiare kunstmatige BLIND
The great silence
The most inviolable requirement of contemporary art is an absolute moral freedom, demanded without consideration, for all artists in the creation of their work. Goethe’s famous Dichtungi und Wahrbeit...
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 #1+2 Daniels, Dieter 1 Jan 1989
Gepatenteerde Archeoloog patentiert Marginale…
From George Brecht's Notebook of 1959
What does it mean to invent something? There is an exact notion of ‘invention’ in civil law which provides for the originality of a legally registered patent to be officially certified. However, it...
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 # 1+2 Alfred Birnbaum 1 Jan 1989
Reng Ga Ga
Footnote to a Cadavre
The cadavre exquis finds an interesting parallel in the ancient Japanese poetical genre of renga or ‘linked verse’. An exactingly disciplined aesthetic exercise that was the height of aristocratic...
Mediamatic Magzine vol 4 # 1+2 1 Jan 1989
This doesn't work outside NL
All artists working with the modern communications media regularly encounter a rather peculiar fact.
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 # 1+2 Bilwet 1 Jan 1989
De alien en zijn media
Accursed KAPOW! Plukbaart Ontroerende Screentest
The Soul is an Alien Being On Earth - George Trakl
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 #1+2 Eveline Lubbers 1 Jan 1989
Criminal Lombroso Appiccica Partiële Masks
The face of evil
Details have been supplanted by the impression of the whole. Words have been replaced by die image. The authorities no longer have to rely on minute observation of an anomalous ear or a big nose to...
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 #1+2 Anna Abrahams, Koert van der Velde 1 Jan 1989
Incestuous Devotie Worships Draconische Snowwhite
Instant religion in the TV age
TV’s most loveable monster is The Beast, a hare-lipped, gutter Batman from New York. Abrahams and Van der Velde deftly feed him through the holy rollers of their psycho-mincing processor.
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 #1+2 Louis Bec 1 Jan 1989
Chimérique Teratologie permuteert Déjà-Vues
From Prothesis to endothesis
The transforming potential of the technical sciences undermines a large number of the most accepted concepts and practices.
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 #1+2 Philip Hayward 1 Jan 1989
Seductive Merman formt Speelse Neptunus um
Rhapsodies of difference
The Mermaid Myth and its radical re-interpretation inUlrike Zimmerman’s Touristinnen and the Tom Tom Club’s Suboceania.
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 #1+2 Jans Possel 1 Jan 1989
Blub Jeah Aaah NOW!
The Emancipation of the mermaid
The bad reputation of the sea god Triton, son of Poseidon, has resulted in the merman being relegated to complete oblivion or rather he has simply been repressed from memory.
Mediamatic Magazine vol 4 #1+2 Maurice Nio 1 Jan 1989
Kanker - Découpage
I Sing the body eclectic
Every hybrid creature is anti-nature and therefore perverse. By joining one kind to another it perverts Nature and taints God’s creation. Even in the beginning hybrids have ridiculed the natural...