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    Turbulence Commission: ?iLib Shakespeare (the perturbed sonnet project)?

    Posted: 13-April-2014, 5:24pm EDT by jo

    Turbulence Commission: iLib Shakespeare (the perturbed sonnet project) by Scot Gresham-Lancaster and Tim Perkis:

    iLib Shakespeare (the perturbed sonnet project) is a social media mashup that uses the dynamic input of users to continuously rewrite a sonnet of William Shakespeare. The user phonetically rhymes a word or short phrase, which is added to the database of variations available to other users. For instance unhappily forsworn can be rhymed as so snappily untorn. Each time the page is loaded, a different selection of user-defined substitutions is used. A transposed midi version of “Lachrimae” or “Seven Tears,” by John Dowland (1563-1626), can be heard as well, with “perturbations” that increase as the sonnet text is modified.

    iLib Shakespeare (the perturbed sonnet project) is a 2014 commission of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. for its website. It was made possible with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.


    Scot Gresham-Lancaster is a composer, performer, instrument builder and educator. He is an Associate Professor of Sound Design at ATEC UT Dallas where he researches multimodal representations (the relationship of sonified and visualized data sets). As a member of the HUB, he was an early pioneer of “computer network music.” Scot has created a series of “co-located” international Internet performances with music and dance. He has developed many “cellphone operas” and developed audio for games and other interactive products. He is also an expert in educational technology. Scot remains committed to a future in which Art and Science synergize each other.

    Tim Perkis has been working in live electronic and computer sound for many years, performing, exhibiting installation works, and recording in North America, Europe and Japan. His work has largely been concerned with exploring the emergence of life-like properties in complex systems of interaction. In addition, he is a well known performer in the world of improvised music, having performed on his electronic improvisation instruments with hundreds of artists and groups, including Chris Brown, John Butcher, Eugene Chadbourne, Fred Frith, Gianni Gebbia, Frank Gratkowski, Luc Houtkamp, Yoshi Ichiraku, Matt Ingalls, Joelle Leandre, Gino Robair, ROVA saxophone quartet, Elliott Sharp, Leo Wadada Smith and John Zorn. Ongoing groups he has founded or played in include the League of Automatic Music Composers and the HUB — pioneering live computer network bands — and Rotodoti, the Natto Quartet, Fuzzybunny, All Tomorrow’s Zombies and Wobbly/Perkis/Antimatter.

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    Turbulence Commission: ?A More Subtle Perplex? by Ben Dean

    Posted: 2-April-2014, 4:40pm EDT by jo

    Turbulence Commission: A More Subtle Perplex by Ben Dean [This is an open source project: you can contribute to the Perplex here]:

    A More Subtle Perplex is an experiment in quasi-linguistic formalism, in gibberish. Borrowing and inverting techniques from computer science and analytic linguistics, it blindly strives to produce the outer appearance of language — to be all form and no content. The Perplex produces synthetic languages, or at least their syntactic forms, by writing letters to you. The production of the text and the production of a given language are interdependent.

    Like most of Dean’s work, this is a serious joke. A lonely robot, desperately seeking to communicate in an endless series of idiolects, or a play on the abstract aesthetics of non-representational painting for a conceptual artist. And, like most of his work, it is a point on a line, or a member of a set — these examples are not the first, nor will they be the last iterations of the project to make excellent gibberish.

    A More Subtle Perplex is a 2014 commission of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. for its Turbulence website. It was funded by the National Endowment for the Arts.


    Ben Dean is a student of symbols and their systems in theory and practice. From the tarot to commercial signage to computer science, he investigates the joints of formal systems and lived experience: the meeting of the logical and the mystagogical. He lives and works in Los Angeles as an artist, computer programmer, and consulting wizard. An always incomplete survey of his work is available at

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    Turbulence Commission: [ openspace ] wilderness by Andrew Lyman

    Posted: 24-March-2014, 11:16am EDT by jo

    Turbulence Commission: [ openspace ] wilderness by Andrew Lyman:

    [ openspace ] wilderness is a virtual nature preserve for a deserted section of internet. It is inhabited by more than 6,000 blogs that have been silent for 6 or more years. Whereas abandoned neighborhoods of cities — like Detroit — are undergoing rewilding (to restore and protect natural processes), what manner of new life is possible for vacated internet spaces? Visitors to [ openspace ] wilderness are invited to tag and explore its contents, and engage with the park’s active population of predators and foragers. [ openspace ] wilderness is a finite and consumable space: it may be mapped and preserved, or overrun and overgrazed depending on the actions of its visitors. Read a review.

    [ openspace ] wilderness is a 2014 commission of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. for its Turbulence website. It was funded by the National Endowment for the Arts.


    Andrew Lyman is an artist, curator, programmer, and publisher. Andrew has run the Tan gallery and its sister, the Tannex since 2011 in the Barelas neighborhood of Albuquerque, New Mexico. He has worked as and with various artists, oddballs, arts organizations, and galleries over the years and hails originally from Indiana.

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    Turbulence Commission: ?Psychographics? by Dane Watkins

    Posted: 17-February-2014, 2:23pm EST by jo

    Turbulence Commission: Psychographics: Consumer Survey by Dane Watkins: Corporations use state of the art technology to examine every aspect of your lifestyle and generate a unique psychological and demographic consumer profile. There are three archetypes of consumerism: “Basic Consumer — Merchandiser”; “Average Consumer — Passive Spectator”; and “Advanced Consumer — Networker”. “Psychographics” is an online survey that helps you to evaluate your consumer status. Take the survey and discover your archetype!

    Psychographics: Consumer Survey is a 2014 commission of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. for its Turbulence website. It was funded by the National Endowment for the Arts.


    Dane Watkins’ (aka eatmydata) research-based, context-responsive practice examines how conventional drawing and animation techniques can be developed and shown in digital environments, such as the web, computer-driven installation, and mobile devices. In the past few years Watkins has developed an extensive body of drawings, animations and interactive surveys that reveal audience motivations through experimentation with transactional media. Currently, he is lead artist on the “Whose Data?” project at Knowle West Media Centre, UK. The project, in partnership with Western Power and Siemens, investigates how local communities can make the most of their personal data.

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    Turbulence Commission: ?From the Valley of the Deer? by Jillian McDonald

    Posted: 17-February-2014, 2:32pm EST by jo

    Turbulence Commission: From the Valley of the Deer by Jillian McDonald [For mobile devices]: From the Valley of the Deer is an augmented reality artwork based on Valley of the Deer, a video installation produced in Scotland in 2013. In each city where the installation is exhibited, local GPS coordinates will be haunted by characters and scenes from the video, discoverable on walking tours near the exhibition site. These apparitions may also be stumbled upon as ‘Points of Interest’ by passersby, the locations visited long after by spirits of a distant valley.

    From the Valley of the Deer is a 2013 commission of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. for its Turbulence website. It was funded by the Jerome Foundation.


    Jillian McDonald is a Canadian artist who divides her time between New York and Canada. She is an Associate Professor of Art at Pace University. She is hopelessly in love with northern places, snow, fog, and the ocean, and since 2006 has watched a healthy amount of horror films. She spent much of the past year living and working in Northeastern Scotland.

    Solo shows and projects include the Esker Foundation in Calgary; Moti Hasson Gallery, Jack the Pelican Presents, and vertexList in New York; The San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery and Rosenthal Gallery in San Francisco; Hallwalls in Buffalo; La Sala Narañja in Valencia, Spain; and YYZ in Toronto. Her work has been included in group exhibitions and festivals at The Chelsea Museum and The Whitney Museum’s Artport in New York; The Edith Russ Haus for Media Art in Oldenburg, Germany; MMOCA in Madison, Wisconsin; Onsite at OCADU and YYZ Gallery in Toronto; The International Biennial of Contemporary Art in Mérida, Venezuela; The Sundance Film Festival in Utah; La Biennale de Montréal; and the Centre d?Art Contemporain de Basse-Normandie in Caen, France.

    Her work was the subject of a 2013 radio documentary by Paul Kennedy on CBC’s IDEAS. It has been reviewed in The New York Times, Art Papers, The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, Border Crossings, and The Village Voice, among others. A discussion of her work appears in several books including Better Off Dead, edited by Sarah Juliet Lauro and Stalking by Bran Nicol.

    McDonald has received grants and commissions from The New York Foundation for the Arts, The Canada Council for the Arts, Soil New Media,, The Verizon Foundation, The New York State Council on the Arts, The Experimental Television Center, and Pace University. She lectures regularly about her work and has attended numerous residencies including The Headlands Center for the Arts in California, Lilith Performance Studio in Sweden, The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Workspace Program in New York, The Western Front in Vancouver, and The Banff Centre for the Arts in Alberta. In 2012 she represented Canada at the Glenfiddich international residency in Dufftown, Scotland.

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    ?Slide Stories? by Annette Weintraub

    Posted: 2-September-2013, 9:05am EDT by jo

    Turbulence Spotlight: Slide Stories by Annette Weintraub [For desktop, iPad or iPhone]:

    Slide Stories is a moving mediation through a City in which physical space collapses into surface incident and erodes the boundaries of real and simulated space. As Henri Lefebvre writes, “the space of a (social) order is hidden in the order of space.”

    ANNETTE WEINTRAUB works with architecture as visual language and the symbolism of space. She is interested in the poetics of space and focuses upon the changing urban landscape, the disappearance of public space, and she examines how our sense of place shapes emotion and action. Slide Stories is a continuation of her work embedding narrative in urban space.

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    Turbulence Spotlight: ?MUPS? by Jhave

    Posted: 2-September-2013, 10:03am EDT by jo

    Turbulence Spotlight: MUPS by Jhave:

    MUPS (MashUPs) is an online sonic mashup engine specifically designed to allow spoken-word poetry mp3s to interweave simultaneously as if a group of performers were speaking together. MUPS has been seeded with MUPS 1260 audio poems from the PennSound archives; it can play up to 32 streams simultaneously. In spite of the playful tone of the introduction, MUPS is intended as a digital augmentation in the study of prosody. As computational analysis advances it is feasible to foresee cultural heritage archives such as PennSound operating as sites where digital tools permit innovative explorations into the evolution of poetics.

    JHAVE is a digital-poet who teaches in the School of Creative Media at the City University of Hong Kong. His work focuses on combinatorial poetics, and multimedia poetry. He exhibits and performs kinetic multimedia spoken-screen lecture-poems internationally. Since 1999, he has published language-art online (not paper) at

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    ?Constellations Over Playas? by Joseph Moore and Stephanie Vella

    Posted: 2-September-2013, 1:03pm EDT by jo

    Turbulence Commission: Constellations Over Playas by Joseph Moore and Stephanie Vella:

    Since 2003 the United States has enacted simulated terrorist attacks against the abandoned mining town, Playas, New Mexico. Constellations Over Playas proposes that we look at this place as an imaginary stage for the dramatization and repetition of collective traumas, a stage where the recreation of the past is used to control the future. Constellations generates iterations of associative networks pulled from the source material the artists have accumulated on their journeys through the area, providing an ephemeral travelogue through the colonial, material, military, imaginary, and cinematic trails that intersect with their investigations of Playas.

    Constellations Over Playas is a 2013 commission of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. for its Turbulence website. It was funded by the Jerome Foundation. Additional funding was received from the Research Foundation of the City University of New York. Special Thanks to the staff of the Energetic Materials Research and Testing Center for their hospitality and knowledge.


    JOSEPH MOORE is an artist and Assistant Professor of Art at the City College of New York. His work investigates topics such as perception, interpretation, and similarity. He has exhibited as a solo artist and in collaboration with the collectives and Future Archaeology in venues such as The New Museum, SFMOMA, STUK Kunstencentrum in Leuven, Eastern Bloc in Quebec, and other venues. He is a graduate of The Atlanta College of Art and Bennington College.

    STEPHANIE VELLA is a PhD student in Theatre at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York where she researches European theatrical modernism and its engagement with spatial, temporal, and racial otherness in primitivism, classicism, and orientalism. She is also the Artistic Director of the collaborative performance ensemble, Impossible Bottle. She has previously studied at Bennington College, the Moscow Art Theatre, and Brooklyn College.

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    ?Anti-Media. Ephemera on Speculative Arts? by Florian Cramer

    Posted: 17-July-2013, 7:51am EDT by jo

    Anti-Media. Ephemera on Speculative Arts by Florian Cramer, nai010 Publishers: Florian Cramer, lecturer at the Rotterdam based Willem de Kooning Academy, demonstrates in his new collection of essays Anti-Media, how media and art critique constantly reflect on their own tradition, language and manifestations, while at the same time trying to subvert them.

    In the essays Cramer presents and analyzes a wide range of subcultures — from Internet porn to neo-Nazi?s and anti-copyright activists — and offers a critical view on their imagery and poetry, plagiarism and automatisms.

    Cramer asserts that art coexists with ‘anti-art’, and that the term ?media? is just as vague, or unfixed, as is ‘art’. Even so, both ?art? and ?media? resist elimination, and this is why the author introduces the term ?anti-media?. Anti-media is what remains when people eliminate the concept of media ? whether old or new ? yet fail to discard it.

    In this spirited collection of essays, Anti-Media, Florian Cramer discusses a thought-provoking variety of topics that come together in an unexpected manner. The topics range from internet art, pop culture and 17th century poetry, to electronic literature, amateurism, post-digitality, Rotterdam and Rosicrucians. Anti-Media proposes that high, low and subcultures can no longer be separated from each other, and that this also holds for the extent to which they refer to each other.

    Check the publication page or nai010 publishers for more information. Or order your copy here!

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    ?Interactive Art and Embodiment: The Implicit Body as Performance? by Nathaniel Stern

    Posted: 17-July-2013, 11:38am EDT by jo

    Interactive Art and Embodiment: The Implicit Body as Performance by Nathaniel Stern, Arts Future Book, Gylphi Limited, 2013:

    What is interactive art? Is this a genre? A medium? An art movement? Must a work be physically active to be classified as such, or do we interact when we sense and make sense? Is a switch-throw or link-click enough — I do this, and that happens — or must subjects and objects be confused over time? Is interaction multiple in its engagements (relational), or a one-to-one reaction (programmed)? Are interactive designs somehow more democratic and individualized than others, or is that merely a commercial strategy to sell products and ideas?

    This book argues that interactive art frames moving-thinking-feeling as embodiment; the body is addressed as it is formed, and in relation. Interactive installations amplify how the body’s inscriptions, meanings, and matters unfold out, while the world’s sensations, concepts, and matters enfold in. Interactive artwork creates situations that enhance, disrupt, and alter experience and action in ways that call attention to our varied relationships with and as both structure and matter.

    Nathaniel Stern’s inspirational book, Interactive Art and Embodiment, outlines how new media has the ability to intervene in, and challenge, not only the construction of bodies and identities, but also the ongoing and emergent processes of embodiment, as they happen. It includes immersive descriptions of a significant number of interactive artworks and over 40 colour images.

    The theorists, artists, practitioners and curators discussed in this text include Brian Massumi, Christiane Paul, Sarah Cook, Beryl Graham, Kelli Fuery, Theodore Watson, William Kentridge, Char Davies, Stelarc, Janet Cardiff, Carlo Zanni, Tero Saarinen, Karen Barad, Daniel Rozin, Richard Schechner, Nicole Ridgway, Rebecca Schneider, Annie Sprinkle, Karen Finley, VALIE EXPORT, The Guerrilla Girls, Tegan Bristow, Brian Knep, Anna Munster, Zach Lieberman, Golan Levin, Simon Penny, Camille Utterback, Jean-Luc Nancy, The Millefiore Effect, Nick Crossley, Mathieu Briand, Scott Snibbe, David Rokeby, José Gil, Erin Manning, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, and Norah Zuniga Shaw.

    Acknowledgments (p. xi)
    Series Foreword (p. xiii)
    Introduction: Art Philosophy (p. 1)
    Chapter 1: Digital is as Digital Does (p. 21)
    Chapter 2: The Implicit Body as Performance (p. 53)
    Chapter 3: A Critical Framework for Interactive Art (p. 89)
    Chapter 4: Body-Language (p. 105)
    Chapter 5: Social-Anatomies (p. 143)
    Chapter 6: Flesh-Space (p. 173)
    Chapter 7: Implicating Art Works (p. 205)
    In Production: Companion Chapter (Introduction) (p. 253)
    Bibliography (p. 261)
    Index (p. 281)

    More information at []

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