Re: FLUXLIST: hide in fridge

2000-04-20 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
the fridge!!! http://www.migros.ch/index2.php3?lang=dlangchange=position=sublink_key= At 05:04 PM 04/19/2000 -0500, you wrote: Hola Dave Baptiste! Didn't know you were here. Welcome! Welcome! RA David Baptiste Chirot wrote: i hide in my skin

Re: FLUXLIST: teenage rimbaud poetic perspective

2000-04-23 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Discovering Rimbaud at age thirteen colored all my teen age years --back then, the barricades of 1968 seemed like Rimbuad's 1870 baricades revisited-- as i got older, thought Rimbaud one of the few truly great poets of childhood-- his poetry is not seperate from "Rimbuad

Re: FLUXLIST: Poetry/depersonalization

2000-04-23 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
I don't think one could consider Cage, MacLow or Rothenberg "depersonalized"--they are very distinctive voices. The use of chance is a technique--what changes it from the abitrary or the "meer permutation" is that the elements used for the procedures are CHOSEN by the

Re: FLUXLIST: Lunch with Cage

2000-04-26 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
This was around 1970-71 as I recall--John Cage the Merce Cunningham dancers were at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H. for several days--they had set up at the basketball court and were there most of the day--with as I recall large backdrops on wheels by Rauschenberg--screens that could

FLUXLIST: [Y4M] Unbound CD release (fwd)

2000-05-04 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
-- Forwarded message -- Date: Thu, 04 May 2000 12:15:37 -0400 From: Artists Network of Refuse Resist! [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Artists Network/LA [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [Y4M] Unbound CD release UNBOUND CD COMING A new hip-hop compilation entitled "The Unbound Project",

Re: FLUXLIST: French Fluxus? C'est la vie.

2000-05-05 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Dear Ken: Many thanks for your calm and lucid letter. La vie est comme ca, c'est la vie-- Thank you for clarifying the difference between copyright and trademark. I am glad there are three of you who may have a copy right. I am working on a visual

FLUXLIST: June 11 Vigil in Support of Peltier's Parole (fwd)

2000-05-08 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
-- Forwarded message -- Date: Mon, 8 May 2000 17:13:29 -0500 From: LPDC [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: June 11 Vigil in Support of Peltier's Parole Dear Friends, Below is an announcement for the June 11 vigil the LPDC is organizing in support of Leonard

FLUXLIST: [Y4M] 2 big pieces of news on Mumia case (fwd)

2000-05-18 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
-- Forwarded message -- Date: Wed, 17 May 2000 19:36:43 -0400 From: Artists Network of Refuse Resist! [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Artists Network/LA [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [Y4M] 2 big pieces of news on Mumia case 1. Important Development in Mumia’s Legal Case 2. Attack on

FLUXLIST: [Y4M] MUMIA 911 Reading on national radio (fwd)

2000-05-13 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
-- Forwarded message -- Date: Fri, 12 May 2000 18:35:06 -0400 From: Artists Network of Refuse Resist! [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: AN [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [Y4M] MUMIA 911 Reading on national radio MUMIA 911 Reading on national radio This Monday, May 15, at 9:00 am EST, the

FLUXLIST: [Y4M] !*Free Mumia News (5/24/00) Crucial Updates! (fwd)

2000-05-24 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
-- Forwarded message -- Date: Wed, 24 May 2000 10:15:19 -0400 From: Marpessa Kupendua [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Undisclosed-Recipient:; Subject: [Y4M] !*Free Mumia News (5/24/00) Crucial Updates! To subscribe/unsubscribe Free Mumia News, please do so automatically at

Re: FLUXLIST: Poetry Submissions

2000-05-25 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
PAROLE IN LIBERTA In our probation/parole office are: a bullet proof glass-- a metal detetector-- Forms to fill out Whereabouts whenabouts

FLUXLIST: [Y4M] For Emergency Days of Resistance (fwd)

2000-05-25 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
-- Forwarded message -- Date: Wed, 24 May 2000 21:24:50 +0200 From: Robert [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Undisclosed-Recipient:; Subject: [Y4M] For Emergency Days of Resistance Gary Graham (Shaka Sankofa) is segregated on Texas Death Row since 19 years and, considering his present

FLUXLIST: Thanks (fwd)

2000-05-31 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Hello Dave: thanks again! Your works are very good. I recomme you to see this wegsite: DEAR FRIENDS AND COLLABORATORS OF THE BIENNIAL ONES It is very satisfactory to announce that we have finally opened the site in Internet (web site) of the International Biennial of

Re: FLUXLIST: Late Poetry Submission

2000-06-03 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
SECOND WORD TURN AGAIN mistsme bulwarks horizon bristled knee-deep makes fowl (second word on two times two equals four: first four pages of DEAY OF THE ANGEL by Yukio Mishima and MOBY DICK by Herman Melville) --dave

FLUXLIST: Art in Space (fwd)

2000-06-07 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Thought this might be of interest . . as usual, art experts are being consulted--from the universities!--and not the artists-- "by producing trial works on the ground" . . . ? (i can hear the background murmur of countless college classes . . ."the

RE: FLUXLIST: Poetry Book

2000-06-08 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Well--there's great old country western song on this subject: "There is no instant replay (In the Football Game of Life)" --dbc On Thu, 8 Jun 2000, [iso-8859-9] Ceyda Karamürsel (CUSTOMER TECH-Uzm.) wrote: WHY CAN'T THERE BE A REAL COMMAND IN "REAL" LIFE: "UNDO"

Re: FLUXLIST: Waiting For Waiting For Godot

2000-06-14 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Hey Roger: that's great! best of all--if it never came! "Standing on a street corner waiting for no one /is Power" --Gregory Corso On Wed, 14 Jun 2000, Roger Stevens wrote: I ordered Waiting For Godot from the library and it still hasn't arrived.

Re: FLUXLIST: mail art defined?

2000-06-17 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
at the excellent web site of boek861 from Spain, you will find a series of thought provoking debates on what is mail art-- (John Held. Jr is one of those contributing, as is the great Clemente Padin) http://www.fut.es/~boek861 I highly recommend this site

Re: FLUXLIST: mail art defined?

2000-06-20 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Thank you Sol for the instructve and invitational text. I apologize for repeating a previous post, but there is also currently a debate on mail art going on at boek861 web site. This site has web archive also of mail art, zines, links, calls, galleries I would very

Re: FLUXLIST: mail art defined?

2000-06-20 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Sol: and all: YES! Vortice! "si"-- also excellent for visual poetry--essays, examples, history, links-- one of best sites i know for all these and much more in relation to contemporary poetries and practises--

Re: FLUXLIST: Todd Rundgren

2000-06-21 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
well . . . remember the Sex Pistols released a song on their new label attacking their previous one! (and i think quit that one also?) On Wed, 21 Jun 2000, Patricia wrote: I'm not sure what this means, but Todd Rundgren is performing live on CNBC (the financial

Re: FLUXLIST: art stories, puns, silly jokes

2000-06-23 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Yes and when dinner was served, where did Vincent van Gogh? On Thu, 22 Jun 2000, Patricia wrote: Gosh, I forgot the thrill of the Rauschenberger, studded with capers... Patricia wrote: However, the FrancisBaconBurger can be very tasty, and kinda makes ya salivate while

Re: FLUXLIST: Merda d'artista

2000-06-23 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
there is also its distant cousin so to speak: piss poor (aka dirt broke) On Fri, 23 Jun 2000, ann klefstad wrote: Actually Merda d'artista always reminds me of the english expression "piss artist" which far from meaning an artist who works with urine refers to

Re: FLUXLIST: The inconstancy of constants

2000-06-24 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
I did not know that anyone imagined the course of nature to be blandly uniform. On Sat, 24 Jun 2000 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: http://www.sheldrake.org/experiments/constants/ A very interesting read . . . physicist Rupert Sheldrake (the guy who gave us "morphic

FLUXLIST: wild horses couldn't drag me away

2000-06-24 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
First-- In joining any list, one is made aware of the rules and guidelines of the list. One enters into a contract with these in joining. Of course, with time and experience, one may find oneself disagreeing with the tenor and tenets of the list.

FLUXLIST: Fwd: Re: Schwitters/Dada Club card member (fwd)

2000-06-24 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Bertrand--vous avez bien raison--your "remembers are good": have just been rereading for the manyth time DADA ART AND ANTI-ART by Hans Richter and POEMS PERFORMANCES PIECES PROSES PLAYS POETICS by Kurt Schwitters for an essay i am working on. ( usually anyway

Re: FLUXLIST: Re: trial [freedom from transgression]

2000-06-27 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Thank you Owen for a good point, the one of Crow's. In her essay "Composition as Explanation" Gertrude Stein relates how art, new art, is just a step ahead of what rapidly becomes familiar, not only in commerical but also military terms, objects, actions. She recounts walking

Re: FLUXLIST: Phone Call Performances, Dung Beetles and the rest

2000-06-27 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Also, in the 1920's, El Lissitsky had the idea of creating works by "phoning them in"--phoning in the instructions for their making to the person or persons who would make the work according to the caller's specifications. --dbchirot On Tue, 27 Jun 2000, Owen Smith wrote: The

Re: FLUXLIST: RE: melancholy

2000-06-28 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
on the way to supermarket-- saw a melon collie inside-- a sale on melon but no collie weed On Tue, 27 Jun 2000, Ronsen, Josh wrote: brad brace writes: in the cynical 00's melancholy itself becomes a kind of commodity I

Re: FLUXLIST: Re: Conner Quote

2000-06-29 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
My name, chirot, in ancient Greek (pronounced ki-ro) means hand. Hence chiropracter, chiromancy--and chirography: handwriting. I am now making a series called chiroglyphs. When I was attending the Visual Poettry Conference in Canada three years ago, after the

Re: FLUXLIST: Seven Telephone Events

2000-06-29 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
/:b: do you press the "save" button for your own e documents? for posteriority--ah, er--posterity? On Wed, 28 Jun 2000, { brad brace } wrote: On Wed, 28 Jun 2000, Ken Friedman wrote: These events are copyright (c) Fluxus 1967, 1975, and copyright

Re: FLUXLIST: Telephone Event for Mary

2000-06-29 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
or drug dealer or insider trader On Thu, 29 Jun 2000, Owen Smith wrote: Telephone Event for Mary - live with a teenager

Re: FLUXLIST: don't answer phones (selftorture)

2000-07-01 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
I always liked that expression WHY DIDN'T YOU JUST PHONE IT IN or you could have just phoned it in directed at a person who has given a rather lifeless performance --dbchirot On Sat, 1 Jul 2000, narvis ...pez wrote: -1 choose any public phone

Re: FLUXLIST: The Snow Event/Fridge

2000-07-01 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
I have now gone from the fridge to the freezer excavations among exploded soda cans, spilled frozen peas, a dead bird in a box, calligraphies of dripped liquids arrested in flow miss my old friends in the fridge as the crowd in freezer are

Re: FLUXLIST: Re: trial [freedom from transgression]

2000-07-01 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
of that! -- dave baptiste chirot On Sat, 1 Jul 2000, Bertrand et Claudia CLAVEZ wrote: - Message d'origine - De : David Baptiste Chirot [EMAIL PROTECTED] She recounts walking with Picasso thrugh the streets of war time Paris (First World War) and seeing camouflaged tanks-- "we

Re: FLUXLIST: Time pieces ...

2000-07-03 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
In a different way, Monet did something similar in his studies of cathedrals and lilies at different times of day, weather--documenting the energy and life of light on the objects which generate its appearnce-- by being attentive to the same object from the same viewpoint also

FLUXLIST: BLACKBIRD 2/CELAN AVAILABLE

2000-07-03 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
note: fluxlisters may find this of great ineterest as a lot of work by visual poets and mail artists who may be familiar to the list Copies of BLACKBIRD 2 are still available. BLACKBIRD ia an international anthology of Art, Poetry, Prose begun in 1998 by Editor

Re: [Fwd: FLUXLIST: Time pieces ...]

2000-07-03 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
ng crowded in there. : ) Bless, PK David Baptiste Chirot wrote: PK: thanks for the project--yes! i will participate though i wonder--is going everyday to the doctor--it reminds me of a methadone program! when it is "hard to get

Re: FLUXLIST: TIMEPIECE Project

2000-07-05 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Remember the old Cheech and Chong routine, "What I did Last Summer?" Basically the same routone repeated over and over word for word--I got up, i went to look for a job, I stopped at the corner drug store, I hung out. (am sure somebody else remembers it better than

Re: FLUXLIST: name the computer

2000-07-08 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
How about something with a nice ring to it? for a feminine name, "macchina" or "la macchina"--Italian for machine (pronounced "ma-key-na) for a masculine name, "Maceo"--like Maceo Parker who played for years with James Brown and then many of

FLUXLIST: [Y4M] new BLU - independentistas, Vieques, dead prez, ozomatli, tony to uch (fwd)

2000-07-09 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
-- Forwarded message -- Date: Fri, 9 Jun 2000 13:53:36 -0400 From: Marianne Mommsen [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Blu Magazine [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [Y4M] new BLU - independentistas, Vieques, dead prez, ozomatli, tony to uch BLU - the magazine with a CD for $5 - announces the

Re: FLUXLIST: Time pieces ...

2000-07-02 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
TO CLOSE THE EYES IS TRAVEL -Emily Dickinson (dbc)

Re: FLUXLIST: Re: TIMEPIECE Project

2000-07-10 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
routine: re out in or : re in out out in re in out re in re out out re in the elements are the same; what is new is the order of their arrangement --Pascal --dbchirot

Re: FLUXLIST: TIMEPIECE Project

2000-07-11 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
It is rather overwhelming to learn of the methods others are employing for their projects-- as mine are very lowtech-- i can't relly afford camera or film for the moment--may as yet during the course of the project--last used a disposable one-- so i make with

Re: FLUXLIST: TIMEPIECE Project

2000-07-12 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Devon: Many thanks for presenting your time ideas re time entropy Am auditing a class in Philosophy and Film--mainly decided to do so to see again many of the great films have not seen in some time--SUNRISE, STRIKE, MOTHER, MAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA, some Brakhage--this just

FLUXLIST: Fold/spindle/shred/mutilate the altered joshstory

2000-07-14 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
This is belated--but would like very much to pariticpate in the altering of Josh's masterpiece piece by piece limb by limb is Orpheus torn-- to bits and reassembled as . . . a '57 chevy Nomad

Re: FLUXLIST: Albert Fine

2000-07-18 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Friend Reed: I don't know where to find the booklet of repros you mention-- I knew A.M somewhat back in the late Seventies-mid-80s as he was a fixture in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA. He was often to be found at Mug and Muffin or later when Au Bon pain opened,

Re: FLUXLIST: Albert M. Fine

2000-07-18 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Thank you Sol-- do you know where it is possible to find a copy of the piece on AM? the last news I had of him was in 1987, just before I moved from Boston. It was rumored at the time that he had died-- As with many other things I know of re AM, this

Re: FLUXLIST: written thingy

2000-07-19 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
as a good ole boy tending the lime pit--is the dave refered to "me" or some "other"? if 'tis indeed "I", shall be sure to pass on to next "alterer" "Je est une autre": "I is an other"--Rimbaud --one of many daves On Wed, 19 Jul 2000,

FLUXLIST: Josh saga rides again

2000-07-26 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Have completed my alterations-- and now sending to Alex Cook enjoyed much all the pieces that arrived here so far Kansas City here we come! --dave baptiste chirot

FLUXLIST: CALENDAR OF EVENTS FALL 2000 (fwd)

2000-08-02 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
ACUSTICA International SF2000 It's Sound, It's Art, It's Music http://arsacustica.net A two week celebration of SOUND ART brings the boldest, most exciting artists from Europe and the US to galleries, theaters, and museums throughout the city. Acoustic art is the melting pot of heterogeneous

Re: FLUXLIST: Da Capo

2000-08-08 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Eric: truly at times one hand does not know what the other is doing you are sending publicly a letter that purports to be private commenting on ken's doing the same i realize "all's fair in love (or hate) and war" but as the man said, "take

Re: FLUXLIST: Re:

2000-08-12 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Or: "a la recherche du temps perdu"-- (in english we call it "remembrance of things past"--but proust's title in french means "in search of lost time") On Fri, 11 Aug 2000, Patricia wrote: What a travesty... Why not start again tomorrow, Call it "time, after time." We

FLUXLIST: Re: your mail

2000-08-17 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Count me in, counter-- dave baptiste chirot 2515 N. Oakland #106 ` Milwaukee, WI 53211 USA email address as above mercy on us here below! On Wed, 16 Aug 2000, Devon Paulson wrote: O.K. Which of you wants to do something cool?

Re: FLUXLIST: Re: Mail art the Fluxlist Cookbook

2000-08-17 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
also have here an number of recipes to send if you like On Thu, 17 Aug 2000, Melissa McCarthy wrote: Dear Reed, Oh, dear, I've been outed as a Fluxsister! I'd love to have your Flux-recipe; the cookbook's been on hold forever, it seems, but I've got cover

Re: FLUXLIST: Josh's projects

2000-08-17 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
for the 39 words project: dave baptiste chirot 2515 N. Oakland #106 Milwaukee, WI 53211 USA for the pierre boulez i destroyed his work aleady--by never owning, borrowing or checking any out of library--or stealing any or

Re: FLUXLIST: Re: bike race

2000-08-17 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
riders cd have acoustic hookups--figure out a way for them to choose what sounds they 'd like to have broadcast--"theme from rocky"--"the walkyrie", their own breathing, rude road rage remarks, etc--and have it so the faster they pedal, the louder the noises are --one cd vary this in

FLUXLIST: Fw: Attention virus (fwd)

2000-08-18 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
This warns not to open anything from CALIFORNIA IBM as is more powerful virus than Love Letter--will swallow all hard disk information and destroy Microsoft Internet and Netsacpe Navigator. Also says not many yet know of the virus, so pass this news along --dave baptiste chirot

FLUXLIST: Re: fluxpunk

2000-08-20 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
This ongoing discussion re who is the more flux, the real flux, the true flux, the public, the private-- after a while becomes very sad. There is too much to be done to be lost in personal quarrels, which are presented to others as though every one is to take

Re: FLUXLIST: Re: fluxpunk

2000-08-21 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
best regards, carol :) David Baptiste Chirot wrote: This ongoing discussion re who is the more flux, the real flux, the true flux, the public, the private-- after a while becomes very sad. There is too much to be done to be lost in personal quarrels,

FLUXLIST: e arrivato nunquam

2000-08-21 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Dear Devon: nunquam just arrived!--damn! some righteous vocabulaire there! the french writer Blaise Cendrars (whose works I'd highly recommend--) wrote a number of his novels by getting books of specialized vocabularies--that used by the maritime industries for

FLUXLIST: Re: e arrivato nunquam

2000-08-21 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
apologies--meant to write: Dear Josh--and mutatated into Devon the slipperly slope of the cyber signifier . . . i look down and find i have changed into a swirling mass of charged particles spelling "DOOM" (must be that head banger music blasting out of window next

Re: FLUXLIST: e arrivato nunquam

2000-08-22 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
I wrote a correction to fluxlist--that josh had momentarily morphed into you it is the project of Josh's using a set of words from a lawrence durrel book--in the order given--and make a text of at most five hundred words and believe you me--these are some mighty

Re: FLUXLIST: Art School

2000-08-23 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
The great Jazz musician Ornette Coleman said: artists don't need to go to art school, they need to go to business school dbc (sadly, i did not follow his advice)

Re: FLUXLIST: Art School

2000-08-23 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
"I'm Ragged (But Right)"--George Jones --dbc On Wed, 23 Aug 2000, Carol Star wrote: and sadly neither did i. carol :) David Baptiste Chirot wrote: The great Jazz musician Ornette Coleman said: artists don't need to go to art school, they ne

Re: FLUXLIST: Professionalism

2000-08-23 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Actually I think Americans think of hedonism as a sign of strength: look at Our Leader, good ol' Bill-- Do What Thou Wilt--sounds great in theory, but in practise can prove to put it at its most absolutely milquetoast mildest--"a bummer, man" Back in the good

FLUXLIST: mail art address

2000-08-25 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Might someone have the address for the mail art exhibit being held as a kind of side kick to the wexner show? i would greatly appreciate it as mislaid it wanted to give it to a friend if it's true "you are what you eat"--i'd be "full of beans", "nuts"

Re: FLUXLIST: mail art address

2000-08-25 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
SoL; Many thanks-! dave On Fri, 25 Aug 2000, Sol Nte wrote: David asked: Might someone have the address for the mail art exhibit being held as a kind of side kick to the wexner show? See below. cheers, Sol. --- You are invited

Re: FLUXLIST: Re: devon'srequest

2000-08-27 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
dave baptiste chirot 2515 N. Oakland #106 Milwaukee, WI 53211 USA aslo besides this email above, this one below ("AS ABOVE SO BELOW"--Hermes Tri-sorry forget how to spell) [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Sun, 27 Aug 2000, Reed Altemus wrote: alan bowman wrote: It's art, who

Re: FLUXLIST: poetry and revolution was: havanna

2000-08-27 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
When shit is worth money, the poor will be born without assholes --Brazilian proverb

Re: FLUXLIST: Re: devon'srequest

2000-08-28 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
grazie! dbc On Mon, 28 Aug 2000, St.Auby Tamas wrote: High! ("AS ABOVE SO BELOW"--Hermes Tri-sorry forget how to spell) -smegistos Hugh! aa

Re: FLUXLIST: Uncle Al

2000-08-28 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Dear Vireo: Many many thanks-- also for the addresses--passed them on to some Crowleyite friends dbchirot On Sun, 27 Aug 2000, Vireo wrote: The entire quote reads: "Do as thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. Love is the Law, Love under Will." Uncle Al

Re: FLUXLIST: Unfinished Project

2000-08-30 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Salutations Roger et Cie.-- thank you for the wonderful letter re the move-- thank you also for the invitation to the proposed project yes indeed, i wd like to contribute to the "unfinished business" project-- (it cd just be left "open ended",

Re: FLUXLIST: re: higher artistic impulses

2000-09-04 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Estimados: myself i have found is often very good and useful and direct as one so well says here-- to go with "lower artistic impulses" i.e. what myself and alex cook are interested in and have thought to think of as "wreckcreation"

Re: FLUXLIST: re: higher artistic impulses

2000-09-04 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
I heartily second Reed's use and attention with copy art--(i call it xollage as i do xeroxed collage as main part of my xeroxed works) of course there is always the play (LUDENS) aspect of "the work" that is from vocation to vacation

Re: FLUXLIST: Re: devon'srequest

2000-09-08 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
am sorry to have missed the original reference-- but to what book are you referring? --dbc On Fri, 8 Sep 2000, Bertrand et Claudia CLAVEZ wrote: . This is, btw, a very Flux-before-the-fact book. Who has read it here? I did, some years ago. Really great

FLUXLIST: visit : EDGARDO A. VIGO, Communication From Far / VORTICE ARGENTINA (fwd)

2000-09-12 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
VORTICE ARGENTINAc/o Fernando Garcia DelgadoBacacay 31031406, Buenos AiresArgentina[EMAIL PROTECTED]www.vorticeargentina.com.ar VORTICE ARGENTINA presents a tribute website to fellow friend and colleagueEDGARDO A. VIGO, featuring artistamps, postcards, envelopes, rubberstamps,

Re: FLUXLIST: Tristram Shandy

2000-09-12 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Many thanks to those who answered my query a bit back as to what book was being referred to have never read TRISTRAM SHANDY but know many regard it as one of mighty precursors of modernist/postmodenrist work in literature one of those books one intends

Re: FLUXLIST: Tristram Shandy

2000-09-12 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
personally i find what Heiko wrote very beautiful: "So slow. How he traveled. So much detail." though there's a good clue there: the slowness makes for the attention with "so much detail" just as conversely the speed of attention, which is

Re: FLUXLIST: Name the Band

2000-09-12 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
how bout nautilus chambers as in the chambers of large nautilus shells that one may so wonderfully listen to/in/with and then there's the submarine real and the imagined one of Captain nemo and the nautilus machine! connotations

Re: FLUXLIST: Tristram Shandy

2000-09-13 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
the great great great English visual/sound poet/perfomer/publisher/essayist/historian Bob Cobbing in conversation said he thought the two greatest sound poetry texts of the 20th century are FINNEGAN'S WAKE and Jack Kerouac's

Re: FLUXLIST: index card/Duchamp

2000-09-13 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
as i recall--isn't there a volume in the series DOCUMENTS OF 20TH CENTURY ART devoted to interviews, statements etc of Duchamp? --dbc

Re: FLUXLIST: Tristram Shandy

2000-09-14 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
yes, it was-- On Wed, 13 Sep 2000, meryl wrote: Wasn't "A Modest Proposal" by Jonathan Swift? BadgerGirl I might suggest also the lecture of "a Modest Proposal", an actual speech of Sterne at the Lord Chamber in which he denounces the starvation in Ireland by proposing

Re: FLUXLIST: Name the Band

2000-09-14 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
there are too many great band names to go into but a few that come immediately to mind Alvin Cash and the Registers Barry and the Remains Question Mark and the Mysterians Link Wray and the Wraymen Billy Lee Riley and His Litte Green

FLUXLIST: [Fwd: Convocatoria comprimida] (fwd)

2000-09-14 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
-- Forwarded message -- Date: Mon, 02 Oct 2000 13:14:06 +0200 From: boek861 [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: *Elias Adasme [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [Fwd: Convocatoria comprimida] Convocatoria de Mail Art Organiza: Amnistía Internacional Sección Puerto Rico y AU+MA

Re: FLUXLIST: TIMEPIECE Project

2000-09-16 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
a thousand thousand thanks for the brilliant presentation! i think those whose dedicated work went into putting these up should be listed as collaborators on the works as they look "better than the original"! thank you also to Pk for the briiant idea for the project

Re: FLUXLIST: TIMEPIECE Project

2000-09-16 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Dear Devon--and Pk: many thanks--i believe Pk deserves so much of the credit for superb job both in having the idea and rvn more f presentation! am quite stunned by it devon i have meant to write to you for eons i did recieve yr letter and projects and urging to "coming back at ya" via

Re: FLUXLIST: Re: Fluxus Workbook: Millenial Edition #1

2000-09-17 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
It often helps if yu speak a foreign language--i have found my way into all sorts of event simply by feigning ignornace of english and speking solely in french--my borhter used to do his ith me--speaking in Italian--it often worked our way into free food, tickets, backstage passes and

Re: FLUXLIST: ERYKALLENEDITION

2000-09-17 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
please whatever the project is--have lost track in the welter of posts--please count me send me the details so can get right to work as "idle hands do the devil's work" and wd prefer doing fluxlist work to that of old Lucifer! (who'd demand far more than a pound of flesh--and

Re: FLUXLIST: EventScore for Millennial Workbook

2000-09-18 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
I am still at loss as to what the workbook is and wd like to contribue--forgive my being a bit behind re it as so much has been ahppening here at the old shack-- what i read all sounds good to me! i apologize a recent post was so hacked and hewed and distorted i

Re: FLUXLIST: TIMEPIECE Project

2000-09-18 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Myself and some russian art student frends always haunt the trash sites in neighborhood as many art and architecture students throw ouyt otf good stuff--also at end o the ter many stdets as you mentioned, give up--and so leave behnd in their lockers and laying abt al manner of materias

Re: FLUXLIST: What is the Millennial Workbook?

2000-09-18 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Dear friend Eryk: thanks so much for the elucidation i will go straight to the Bible and have my life irrevocably changed and be baptised anew in the waters of oblivion seriously though--i have many many old scores o send yr way (as opposed t "old scores to settle"!--gawd

FLUXLIST: CONVOCATORIA MA GENOCIDIO MAPUCHE (fwd)

2000-09-19 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
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FLUXLIST: Prosklhsh Ellhnikhs NET ART gia to Festival MEDI@TERRA/ATH/noemv/00 (fwd)

2000-09-20 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
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Re: FLUXLIST: performance score

2000-09-21 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
Josh: an exellent idea! as you know, often books with "errata" made become collectors' items (same with records--the pl vereity--as worked in record store svene years and learned all kinds of obscyre lore along these lines--) i once placed pacards in large boodstor by the

FLUXLIST: CONVOCATORIA MA GENOCIDIO MAPUCHE (fwd)

2000-09-28 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
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Re: FLUXLIST: performance score/making transfers (very useful)

2000-09-28 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
adly than some others). Also, since the advent of soy inks, the old solvent-transfer from newspaper thing doesn't work as well. This circumvents that. AK David Baptiste Chirot wrote: sit for some time (hours) at nearest street corner to where you live make a &qu

Re: FLUXLIST: Mr T. versus Everything

2000-10-08 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
I always wondered if Mr T didn't get that line "I Pity the Fool"--from the famous song of that name-- the phrase had become after it came out a popular expression The most famous version is by Bobby "Blue" Bland-- it's a great song and was huge hit--(in r and

FLUXLIST: Postcards for ViequesURGENTE (fwd)

2000-10-17 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Lofts/7037/ArteCorreo/ViequesExpo.html A// ESPAOL B// ENGLISH A// La Marina de Guerra junto a tropas del Ejercito, la Fuerza Area de Estados Unidos y fuerzas combinadas de la OTAN estn bombardeando Vieques en estos das. Los ejercicios militares a gran

Re: Fwd: Re: FLUXLIST: Lumpy Air, or Fluxus e-mail poems

2000-10-20 Thread David Baptiste Chirot
some all blob earth th'n whores peein' sakes! re' ass tree K'n'G! re ast rican? On Fri, 20 Oct 2000, John M. Bennett wrote: Digest Version of "small boy bakery": Ba ke s mall b lob birth thin hor se p in st ate (re est, st(r)ea k in g... John M.

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