Z I N E n
a journal of new media experimental visual literary theory practice
1998 JAN 8
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From File Not Found 404,
"The original 37 pages (or digital entries, URLs) of our mythical Web site sit digitally archived in a file folder on a particular machine at a particular locale in British Columbia, Canada."
Theory -- the artist asks us to consider current issues
of new media theory:
"Blah Blah Blah is like 404. An empty phrase having
infiltrated our vernacular. How empty? Not a day goes by
without overhearing it in conversation. An expression at
once dismissive of and pregnant with meaning. A verbal
shortcut, a filler, a value-
This work is conceptual,
Finally, A&T visitors might like to know T.S. Thomas is active in
public art projects since 1991. He is best known for new poetry venue
text installations utilizing large letters outdoors, which works entail
a dynamic interplay of mixed media -- literary, visual, and
theatrical -- incorporating spontaneous encounters with the
public as an integral part of the art. Visit this site. Enjoy.
Email this week,
From: PURDYzKAT <PURDYzKAT@aol.com>
Subject: Brain Bank?
When I tried to search for the Brain Bank, nothing was found. I
think McLean Hospital is your affiliate, but should you not let
people know that "brains" are needed for research
especially for Mental Illness?
Mine is going to be donated. I know you don't get many. This is
a good place to put it in big letters.
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 1998 12:31:59
You might also stress that they need healthy brains as well as
"sick" brains. Without this research, we are doomed.
It is not like an "organ" donor. You can't just put
it on your drivers license. Contact: Harvard Psychiatry Brain
Collection @ 1-800-BRAINBANK
"From knowledge will come a cure."
Thank you, KAT.
Would you like to see your work in Zn?
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