Released by  

SPEED intern with me on a high profile project tomorrow night in Berlin! You still need an internship for your culture/media/art program? This SPEED internship is your chance!!!

Hey all!! I’m currently working on an update of my piece Random Screen  and I’m in the delicate situation to need to EMPTY 25 beer cans for this project by thursday morning. I have no clue how to do this by myself and I would very much appreciate your help on processing the liquid of these beer cans. Please post your application with picture in the comments and make sure to reference your expertise and prior experience in this very field.

All friends are welcome to hang out with me at my studio tomorrow night Oct. 5 in Berlin-Wedding any time after 8pm! :)

Aram Bartholl 2011


Radom Screen 2005-11

 

 

Tags: , , ,

Posted on October 4, 2011

by

Released by  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Come, ye Spelunkers of the Matrix, the new ART THOUGHTZ has arrived.

 

 

 

 

Tags: ,

Posted on September 28, 2011

by

Released by  

git-friendly is a collection of shell scripts for automating common git actions: push, pull, branch, merge. I got tired of typing 3 or 4 commands to do such basic stuff, and now my life is awesome.

  • `push` also copies a GitHub compare URL to your clipboard for easy pasting (!)
  • `pull` will run commands like “bundle install” or “npm install” after finishing
  • `branch` will track remote branches if available
  • relevant commands stash & pop local changes as needed
  • less time fighting git = more time actually doing work

Check out the code and docs on GitHub

To install, just copy/paste: bash < <( curl https://github.com/jamiew/git-friendly/raw/master/install.sh)

Now get back to work:
Screenshot using git-friendly `pull` command

Just listen to what everyone is saying!

  • "Amazeballs." --@paul_irish
  • "Don't let git PUSH you around. git git friendly!" --Max Salzberg, Diaspora*
  • "I am putting the fucking 'technology' back in Free Art & Technology" --yours truly

Tags: , , , ,

Posted on September 26, 2011

by

Released by  


Video by eddie.com

Volounteer agents of the Dead Drop network just installed a Dead Drop* at highest point of the Teufelsberg in Berlin, a former U.S. NSA “listening” aka spy station (Echolon).

The dead drop currently contains confidential cold war material – Do NOT put it on the internet.

*A dead drop is container in a hidden location to transmit secret messages, typically used by spies.

View full picture set on Flickr

View full picture set on Flickr

1 35 36 37 38 39 198

The expressions published in this site are all in the public domain. You may enjoy, use, modify, snipe about and republish all F.A.T. media and technologies as you see fit.