Monthly Archives: July 2013

Towards an Art of Cybism

  Joseph Nechvatal, becOming mOre cybist, 2012 At the suggestion of the courageous editor of Concatenations http://www.concatenationsforum.org/2013/07/towards-art-of-cybism-by-joseph.html I am revisiting my essay from the winter of 2000 “Towards an Art of Cybism” with an eye for looking at the cracks in … Continue reading

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The Sex Prayers etchings are on view at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts

The Sex Prayers (1985) – my suite of etchings created at Vermillion Editions, Ltd. – are being featured in the Minneapolis Institute of Arts exhibition “It’s New / It’s Now: Recent Gifts of Contemporary Prints and Drawings”, on view until September … Continue reading

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Viral Venture in Machinarium @ Rio de Janeiro

A photo of Viral Venture in Machinarium @ Rio de Janeiro http://www.binoculoeditora.com.br/machinarium/ Show runs till September 8th, 2013. Viral Venture is a digital art projection (and/or ongoing installation) by the artist Joseph Nechvatal with a musical score by the composer … Continue reading

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Downtown New York film and video from the 1970s, 80s

I have an early video in it called “When Things Get Rough on Easy Street” XFR STN (Transfer Station) Opens at the New Museum with a General Assembly Thursday, July 18, 6 pm. Downtown New York film and video from … Continue reading

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Joseph Nechvatal video interview 5.5.2013 continued

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My review of 24/7: Late Capitalism and the Ends of Sleep

Review of 24/7: Late Capitalism and the Ends of Sleep by Jonathan Crary Hardcover: 144 pages ($16.95) and Kindle Edition Publisher: Verso; 1 edition (June 4, 2013)  ISBN-10: 1781680930 I have long admired Jonathan Crary’s elegiac style (in the interests of … Continue reading

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