Archive for October, 2011

Pool | October 2011

PDF Harry Burke Isabel Gylling & Matthew Ferguson Leo Merz Marisa Olson  

Towards Narrative

By Harry Burke This essay intends to serve as a critical assimilation of two moments in art history, the emergent moments of video and (post-)internet. Although largely historical in its focus, it aims nonetheless to find a new footing from which to understand art of the present moment, or a new position from which to return. Excursions / ‘Without context

Thoughts on Artwork, Documentation and the Internet

By Isabel Gylling & Matthew Ferguson The majority of people who come across our work and that of many other young artists around the world do so online. In many cases, it is not possible to experience their work first hand in its physical form; therefore it has to be translated through documentation on screen. How can the artist work

How Free is Free? Netlabels and the Politics of Online Music Distribution

By Leo Merz In early 2003, a couple of friends and I started to run the weekly FM radio programme Hyper-ground on Freies Radio für Stuttgart (FRS). As the name suggests, the FRS station is a noncommercial institution. Specifically, this not only means that the programme is advertise-ment-free, but also that none of the DJs, hosts or journalists are paid

Coming Soon - Marisa Olson

By Marisa Olson Coming Soon…