Monthly Archives: September 2010

In Praise of Copying for Dummies ….

This cartoon just about sums it up …. thanx to Rob Cruickshank for pointing it out! Advertisements

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In Praise of Copying: A Borgesian Book Launch, Brooklyn, NY, Oct. 1

“Every man should be capable of all ideas, and I believe that in the future he will be.”   — Jorge Luis Borges, “Pierre Menard”. In Praise of Copying, Marcus Boon’s new book  from Harvard U.P. makes the bold  claim that … Continue reading

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Catherine Christer Hennix, Drones and the Changing Same

I’ve spent the last few weeks finishing a profile of Swedish mathematician/visual artist/composer Catherine Christer Hennix for The Wire, in honor of the recent release of her 35 year old sustained tone masterpiece The Electric Harpsichord.  The conversation spiraled off … Continue reading

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“Genealogies of Global House” Talk at Double Double Land

I’m participating in the Talking Songs series at the excellent semi outlaw social space Double Double Land, here in downtown Toronto, next Wednesday, along with Adam Litovitz and Alia O’Brien.  Being asked to choose three to five songs and talk … Continue reading

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