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This kind of participatory practice means that one can become a spectator only when one has already become an artist-—otherwise one simply would not be able to gain access to the corresponding art practices.” Tom, why the love for Groys? (credit: Beau Sievers bhqfu seminar Tom, why the love for Groys? (credit: Beau Sievers bhqfu seminar There is a category on the Sievers syllabus ( ) called Amateur and Sub-Amateur. I would call that a professional de-professionalization. There is a category on the Sievers syllabus ( ) called Amateur and Sub-Amateur. I would call that a professional de-professionalization. I think is a cool project, but the comparison to 4chan, though it makes sense on the surface, is too soon.

This article of his is rife with silly contradictions, like the oxymoron of a professional de-professionalized “avant garde”. This article of his is rife with silly contradictions, like the oxymoron of a professional de-professionalized “avant garde”. yes they’re image boards, but creativity of 4chan matched?

It is no accident that both of these films…function at their best not in a movie theater but in a film installation, where as a rule they are shown in a loop.

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I’ve already seen Visual AIDS & Tom Moody drop images into the forum, and it’s fascinating to me how the “conversation” can become seemingly cogent, even “elevated” based on who’s dumping what and when.

It’s also clear that there are various types of dumpers.

dump is so new, and a very tiny project at this point.

4chan is such a vastly complex environment with its own culture because it’s been around a while and has so much traffic that emergent properties (I mean this in the senses of systems theory and philosophy) exist on it.

also embodies that idea of “forum culture,” the term that was coined by Beau Sievers and gently seized upon by Mr. I just tried out dump.fm, too, and it is kind of addicting.

also embodies that idea of “forum culture,” the term that was coined by Beau Sievers and gently seized upon by Mr. from Boris Groys’ The Weak Universalism: “At the same time, [Warhol’s Sleep and Empire State Building] actually do not need dedicated attention, or any spectator at all in fact—-just as the Empire State Building or a sleeping person do not need any spectator.

The comparison with the chans is what a little imprecise to me.

For one, it has art ties, and it has been a condition of art since the art/life dichotomy distinction became maturely recognized as a distinction at all, that art often pales in comparison to what it theatrically, in a distilled environ, tries to simulate or engage.

it also has an anonymous no-registration tripcode design (unlike and most any other site).

and it engages in anonymous direct action beyond the bounds of the net. if you were unaware of this, the comparison stands, but what i’m hoping you’re not doing is making a biased comparison in favor of an “art context” project because you believe “creativity” to be slightly more the dominion of artists than others.

“But of course the Internet can also become—-and partially has become—-a space for the strong images and texts that have begun to dominate it.

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