Tagged: Aid & Abet

landmark seizures // week 4 // provisional programme

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Thursday 23rd  May:
Thursday Film Room with Becky curating. 5pm Sleep Furiously -­‐ Directed by Gideon Koppel (2008)

Three weeks of activity litters the space.

work is left to be done.

Friday 17th May:
The space remains open, Thursday Film Room becomes Friday (self curated) Film Room.

Work is done.

Saturday 18th May:

Phase 4 (final phase) of Nicole Bachmann’s sound piece is installed.

DGGNGNTHRTH activity continues (soup, prints, interrogation of objects) with various readings and performances occurring throughout the day including AAS, Aid & Abet, Caitlin Doherty, Dolly Dollycore, Verity Spott and a cast of dozens.

3PM Discussion Group Question is currently under research.

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Then, AAS opening the closing event with the performance of:

The Infinite Drone Accumulator

at around 7:00pm.

Also includes:

AAS Group

Aid & Abet

Bad Timing

Nicole Bachmann

DGGNGTHRTH

Caitlin Doherty

Dolly Dollycore

Frances Donnelly

Amy Feneck

Footprint Workers Co-Op

David Wayne Kasper

Soloman Lamb

Beatriz Olabarrieta

Gino Saccone

The Sitting Room University

Matthew J Spokes

Verity Spott

Bea Turner

Gareth Williams

Becky Whitmore

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Thursday Film room (play along at home version)

23rd       May       2013       -­‐       Quiet       Action
Main       feature       5pm       Sleep       Furiously       -­‐       Directed       by       Gideon       Koppel       (2008)


Hand       catching       lead       -­‐       Created       by       Richard       Serra       (1968)

How       to       build       an       igloo       -­‐       Directed       by       Douglas       Wikinson       (1949)
http://www.folkstreams.net/pub/FilmPage.php?title=288
The       last       shovel       maker       -­‐       Directed       by       Jack       Ofield       (2006)
http://www.folkstreams.net/pub/FilmPage.php?title=299
The       cameraman       has       visited       our       town       -­‐       Directed       by       Tom       Whiteside       (1989)
http://www.folkstreams.net/pub/FilmPage.php?title=115
The       monument       of       big       chief       rolling       mountain       thunder       -­‐       Directed       by       Allie       Light       and       Irving
Saraf       (1983)       http://www.folkstreams.net/pub/FilmPage.php?title=107
Welcome       to       Spiveys       corner:       The       National       Hollering       Contest       -­‐       Directed       by       Kier       Cline       (1978)
http://www.folkstreams.net/pub/FilmPage.php?title=238
The       glass       eye       maker       -­‐       Directed       by       Tomas       Leach       (2010)       http://vimeo.com/8320480
Ernest       Wright       &       Son       Ltd       -­‐       Making       Sheffield       Scissors       -­‐       Directed       by       Paul       Martins       Handmade
Revolution       (2013)

Go       pro       Sheep       shearing       with       Nick       King       (2013)

Stewart       Lee       on       university       funding       and       the       arts       (2010)

Climb       without       ropes       -­‐       Waldo       Etherington       (2013)

3       minute       wonder:       Jeff       Koons       “Three       Ball       Total       Equilibrium       Tank”       -­‐       Directed       by       Mike       Figgis
(2009)       http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=YUroYPadQv8
Hannah       Arendt       “Zur       Person”       (full       interview)

Jim       Henson       on       making       puppets

landmark seizures // workshop #3 // saturday 18th may // report

Yesterday was the third Saturday Workshop of Landmark Seizures 2 (Aid &Abet).

With little need for exterior direction the colour of the day was settled as orange.

Herman Hase led conversions with Amy Feneck and DGGNGNTHRTH on community and use before the ghost of Joseph Beuys was summoned. Beuys’ recommendation for pre-death artists was to have sex with as many people as possible in order that they would have a significant mourning party at the time of their passing and have the best chance at fame. A number of thesis on this topic are currently being proposed at universities across the country.

The audio from this discussion is available at Archive.org here 

Video to follow.

Weathering the storm of technology complaints which we have come to see as the reassuring undertone of this entire project, Bad Timing got the Raspberry Pi to hold a stable operating system.

The Film Room Retains an Element of Mystery.

The Soup of the Day was chilli carrot and tomato.

One in every two bottles of “DGGNGNTHRTH N(e)TTL(e) B(e)(e)R” opens with the full force of the coming revolution.

Beatriz completed her installation (an animation is now on its way).

Thank you to everyone involved for making the lunchtime conversation the marathon that it was, and to Amy for proposing the question:

“How do we reclaim artists “usefulness” (from market?) making it a sustainable option for a way of life?”

The audio from this discussion is available on archive.org here.

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landmark seizures // workshop #2 // saturday 11th may // report

 

 

Yesterday saw the second Saturday workshop of Landmark Seizures. 

Phase 2 of Nicole Bachmann's audio work began, and phase three was recorded live for those that saw it by Gareth Williams at around about 1pm.

Various DGGNGNTHRTH activities continued.

Drawings appeared. 

Also sculptures.

Spinach and Stilton was uneaten due to lack of time or dietary restrictions.

Bad Timing saved the day as Sitting Room University built their Raspberry Pi media hub. 

3pm discussion was foreshadowed by torrential rain as the group discussed the SRU-posed topic "Should art create rational objective knowledge?"
 the full recording is available at archive.org here



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landmark seizures // workshop #1 // saturday 4th may // report

Saturday Workshop 3pm discussion group with DGGNGNTHRTH root-soup “Where is the responsibility in collaborative practice?”
image credit: https://twitter.com/ericabohrartist

Yesterday saw workshop #1 of landmark seizures take shape in a beautifully robust manner, not unlike the fabrication of a cob wall or some particularly coarse pumpernickel. Molecular, yet firmly established with some some quite dynamic emergent properties.

The hive mind/body of drone engineers AAS built their sonic isolation/emancipation/integration/interrogation chamber “The Infinite Drone Accumulator” in what must certainly be approaching a record time for any architectural object which features a Buddhist/Turrellian rapture funnel.

Please use it.

Their work continues remotely in the space over the next few weeks as a series of sound pieces culminating in the live performance on Saturday 25th May.

*Please bring ear plugs for that*

We are very pleased to announce the Gareth Williams and Becky Whitmore curated film space which should be up and running from next Thursday delivering an as yet secret programme and significantly more clandestine agenda almost certainly involving witchcraft. Details to follow.

The DGGNGNTHRTH loom is in place. Please use it.

The DGGNGNTHRTH jobs board and thought parking area is in place. Please use them.

Thank you very much to the Aid&Abet directors and associates, various artists and members of the public for taking part in the first Saturday Workshop 3pm Discussion Group on the question “where is the responsibility in collaborative practice?” *Audio to follow.*

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Next weeks schedule to follow shortly, in the meanwhile Twitter hashtag #landmarkseizures contains more material from yesterday and will continue to be updated.