Re: [rumori] latest from Cut and Paste


kristie (scissorsATbeloved.org)
Wed, 24 Nov 1999 08:17:12 -0800


>this tried to get to the list but bounced because it had hundreds of
>addresses in the "To" field. I have graciously trimmed them.

i believe they also subscribed everyone one the list. and their original
message came marked highest-priority. i only used this email address for
this list, and twice this week i've found myself subscribed to new lists at
this address. grrrrr.

k

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>smh
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>From: cutandpaste <cutandpasteATmindspring.com>
>
>***************
>©utandpaste 'TM' | November 24, 1999
><http://come.to/cutandpaste>
>Cannibalizing recombinant culture for your holiday dining pleasure!
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>
>Nearly 1,000 (count 'em!) links to news, information and Web resources for
>collage, sample-based and recombinant artists of all genres. And Santa
>Claus is coming to town, early -- with a search engine, too! Woo-hoo!
>
>* * * * *
>FRESHLY UPDATED *STUFF*!
>* * * * *
>(Cut and paste these links, or go di-rectly to http://come.to/cutandpaste
>and surf from there. Cheers!)
>
>* * * * *
>News You Can Re-Use
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>
>Waiting for Moby: Laurie Anderson
>After 25 years, Laurie Anderson comes into her own by tackling Melville's
>behemoth, Moby-Dick.
>L.A. Weekly.
><http://www.laweekly.com/ink/99/52/reverb-hirshberg.shtml>
>
>Taboo: Jon Hassell, Hyperreality and the Magic of Tone
>Composer/trumpeter Jon Hassell on his new release Fascinoma, studying with
>Stockhausen, the relation between collage techniques and Pygmy music, naked
>beauty and Burroughs doing Nike ads. L.A. Weekly.
><http://www.laweekly.com/ink/99/52/reverb-payne.shtml>
>
>Apocalypse Wow
>Artist Winston Smith celebrates the last gasp of the 20th century with his
>"I Survived the 20th Century Year 2000" calendar. Metro, Silicon Valley's
>Weekly Newspaper.
><http://www.metroactive.com:80/metro/slices-9946.html>
>
>Wallace Berman Redux
>Arrested during his first exhibition in 1957, Wallace Berman took his
>collages, poems, and handmade magazines underground. Even so, his influence
>prevails. Village Voice
><http://www.villagevoice.com/issues/9946/turner.shtml>
>
>Et 2, Brut»?
>Not >gasp< Negativland on mp3.com?! And with The Forbidden Single (Special
>Edit), too?!
><http://artists.mp3s.com/artists/66/negativland.html>
>
>Beck Still Mining Junk Culture
>Twisted collage is the thing -- sampled sounds, taped voices and implicit
>irony. The Boston Globe.
><http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/320/living/On_new_release_Beck_still_mini
>ng_junk_culture +.shtml>
>
>Back to the Copier
>Susan Zimmerman and 14 other Xer--, er, photocopy artists will contribute
>to a how-to book about materials and techniques. The Boston Globe.
><http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/318/west/With_bits_and_pieces_art_is_prod
>uced+.shtml>
>
>Playground Playgiarism?
>Butthole Surfers recognize Marcy Playground album art by
>Mark Ryden, originally intended for their own CD. SonicNet Music News.
><http://www.bugjuice.com/buzz/sonicnet/index.html>
>
>One Man's Trash, Another's Treasure
>"Re-cycled, Re-Seen: Folk Art From the Global Scrap Heap," a charming show
>of 700 objects made by untrained artisans, who appropriate global detritus
>and transform it into objects of beauty and interest. L.A. Times.
><http://www.latimes.com/tcn/santamonica/columns/19991111/tsm0000887.html>
>
>Judge Pooh-Poohs Fair Use Argument
>In a ruling that could shape how copyright laws are applied on the Net, a
>federal judge rejected an argument by a conservative Web site that posting
>articles copied without permission from major newspapers is legally
>protected as fair use. L.A. Times.
><http://www.latimes.com/business/19991109/t000101776.html>
>
>Situationist '99
>Craig Baldwin's eagerly anticipated Spectres of the Spectrum, composed
>mostly of ingeniously collaged archival footage, opens the Film Arts
>Festival. San Francisco Bay Guardian.
><http://www.sfbg.com/AandE/34/05/situationist.html>
>
>Meet the Beatles' Lawyers
>Steve Dirkx's 'Beatles in a Blender project' is pretty much just what the
>name implies, or as close as the law and modern technology allow. Dirkx's
>collage homage has made it into semi-regular rotation on New York's
>WFMU-FM. The Dallas Observer.
><http://www.dallasobserver.com/issues/1999-10-28/sceneheard2.html>
>
>A Blast From the Oh-So-Soon-Forgotten Past
>One of the art world's most lauded word artists, Jenny Holzer, says U2
>ripped her off. U2's video director denies theft: "It's part of an artist's
>influence on pop culture." Entertainment Weekly, May 8, 1992.
><http://www.pathfinder.com/ew/archive/1,1798,1|6724|0|Jenny_Holzer,00.html?n
>ame1=Jenny Holzer&lastresult=0&query=Jenny Holzer <IN> MAJOR <OR> Jenny
>Holzer&major_ref=OFF&mtype=0&list_size=25&direction=>
>
>* * * * *
>New and Notable
><http://come.to/cutandpaste>
>* * * * *
>
>"The Butcher's Covers, " Steve Dirkx (CD)
>Dirkx gently (while his sampler gently weeps) takes "the Sacred Recordings
>of the Cherished Tunesmiths" and riffs them a new anthology.
>
>"Pure Drivel," Steve Martin (paperback)
>Nine ninety-five for Pure Drivel? Call me Ishmael. That's right, Ishmael
>Twist©.
>
>"Good Times," The Tape-beatles (CD)
>Speak of the devil, why, it's the *Pre*-Fab Four of found sound, The
>Tape-beatles. See what real listeners are saying in their sleep about their
>new release "Good Times" and its clue-filled cover.
>
>BOMB, Fall 1999, No. 69: A whale of an interview with Laurie Anderson, who
>chats with Herman Melville from beyond-the-grave; Raymond Pettibon on
>plundering literature for art's sake, and lots of new lit in first proof.
>
>* * * * *
>New Events
>* * * * *
>Exhibits: Book As Art XI, Raymond Pettibon, Cindy Sherman and Barbara
>Kruger retrospectives; Part II (1950-2000) of The American Century, museum
>and online exhibit featuring collage and appropriative artists including
>Cindy Sherman, Alex Katz, Louise Bourgeois, Chuck Close, Jean-Michael
>Basquiat, Eva Hesse, Jeff Koons, Julian Schnabel, and Jasper Johns.
>Last call: Bakers' Dozen Collage Swap mail-art project.
>
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