Shell script for collating/imposing a one-sheet mini zine layout from a 8-pages PDF document, using the Open Source command line tool pdfjam:
pdfjam --angle '180' --outfile /dev/stdout -- $input_pdf 1,8,7,6 | pdfjam --nup '4x2' --landscape --frame 'false' --outfile $output_pdf -- /dev/stdin - $input_pdf 2-5
Making Matters: symposium on Critical Making, May 9+10, Netherlands
- will relate Critical Making to artistic research and (post)critical theory, through a series of conversations and workshops.
May 9th-10th at West Den Haag/Onze Ambassade, Den Haag.
Tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.nl/e/tickets-making-matters-symposium-59522184456
new publication: "What Is Autonomy?"
- an overview written mostly, but not only, for students (including those in Autonomous Practices Wdka), meant to cover as many meanings of 'autonomy' as possible within a brief essay: political autonomy, aesthetic autonomy, and autonomous systems...
my video of Das Synthetische Mischgewebe (Guido Hübner) & Roel Meelkop performing at Vrooom #70, Rotterdam, Netherlands, April 5th 2019
(personal nostalgia trip since I've known Das Synthetische Mischgewebe from the Berlin underground music scene since ca. 1983 via Graf Haufen; shot with an early 1980s Fujinon E6X14AM TV zoom lens.)
my video of 'Seed to seed ~Gill Baldwin with Upominki and others', at Upominki, Rotterdam, April 5th 2019
with Gill Baldwin, Weronika Zielinska-Klein, work by Minji Choi and Seokyung Kim + cameos by Clara + various non-human actors.
Photo album of
'The Network We (de)Served - #XPUB Special Issue #08'
Contributors: Simon Browne, Tancredi Di Giovanni, Paloma García, Rita Graça, Artemis Gryllaki, Pedro Sá Couto, Biyi Wen, Bohye Woo, @rra Manetta Berends, Lídia Pereira, André Castro, Aymeric Mansoux, Michael Murtaugh, Steve Rushton, Leslie Robbins.
"Miekal And's "Why Publish Noise?" - ca. 1989, seems to be an extended version of Miekal's original contribution to Mike Gunderloy's (of Factsheet Five) DIY book "Why Publish" (http://www.zinebook.com/resource/whypublish.pdf)"
My essay on Crapularity Aesthetics is out:
- Why "contemporary art" is not what its name literally means, how this reenacts the discourse of "Neue Musik", and how everything is connected to wasteful accumulation in (electronic and non-electronic) crapularities.
...as part of 'Making & Breaking', an online journal published by the research department of AKV St. Joost in Breda edited by Sebastian Olma & Patricia Reed.
Neuro Paste, minimal music for the poor
After a long time, a new track by Neuro Paste (the music project of Mariëtte Groot, me & our collaborators):
Winter Solstice Celebration at
Rotterdam's artists bookstore
Animated GIF zine, self-contained HTML page (240 MB):
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