Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 7#3/4 Peter Fend 1 Jan 1994
Art and Advertising
When artist Peter Fend was still a boy, he seriously thought of a career in advertising. But because his belief in America was insufficient, his career in conventional advertising came to a premature...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#4 Arjen Mulder 1 Jan 1996
Don't answer too quickly
With reference to John Lilly's Simulations of God
Theory only flourishes when a central concept is found into which everything ultimately seems to fit. To cite just a few examples: structure, sign, discourse, media, production, desire, seduction. If...
Paul Groot 1 Jan 1999
All those Senselessly Lovely Clickable Buttons
It's evidently the lot of every new medium: the grabbing desire with which technological opportunity is seized. Hollywood made itself master of the film, Hitler of the radio, advertising took over tv
G8 protest footage4Nov 2005
A docu of how a group of Dutch activists joined forces with the Britisch Dissent! to succesfully disrupt the going ons of the first conference day of the G8 summit.
If you're not coming to see us, you might as well go see something that's really critically acclaimed and pay your dues to the wunderkind Fog, soundscapist and one of the wonderfuls of the Ninja Tune...
Diego Marani 1 Jan 1999
From productive process to language
The Belgian weekly 'Le Soir Illustré' regularly publishes satirical articles by Diego Marani in Europanto. Is this a new artificial language, an alternative to Esperanto? Or could it be the language...
Maurice Specht 1 Jan 2002
Better Than Fantasy
A Three-day Trip
Looking back on the three days of intensive talking, listening, looking and experiencing, I can't feel but having been on a journey, a trip.
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...