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ABC No Rio Zine Library Party, New York City Friday May 30 Comics Artists and Illustrators, Music and Beer! Presentations from: SABRINA JONES: Isadora Duncan: A Graphic Biography Studs Terkel's Working Contributor and editor, World War 3 Illustrated (Most recent issues: Female Complaints, Bitchcraft, Life During Wartime) Co-founder and Editor, Girltalk (anthology of autobio comics) KEVIN PYLE: Totality for Kids Blindspot Creator, Lab U.S.A. - illuminated documents (Autonomedia Press) Contributor and editor, World War 3 Illustrated
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Art in the Age of Terrorism: A panel organized by Eyebeam and the 2008 World Science Festival Steven Kurtz--the artist accused of bioterrorism in federal court--will make his first public appearance following the dismissal of his case. 7PM, Thursday, May 29, 2008 Eyebeam 540 W. 21st St. (btw 10th and 11th Aves.), New York City Free and open to the public New York City, May 23, 2008-In collaboration with the 2008 World Science Festival, Eyebeam announces a very special panel on the ethics of scientific and creative research featuring Critical Art Ensemble's Steven Kurtz alongside science writer Carl Zimmer, bioethicist George Annas and author Eugene Thacker at 7PM on May 29 at Eyebeam. The panel discussion--Kurtz's first public appearance since the US government's controversial case against him was dropped on April 21, 2008, four years after he was first detained--is co-organized with the 2008 World Science Festival and the Berkeley Center for New Media. In May of 2004, Steven Kurtz was detained by the FBI on suspicion of "bioterrorism" for his possession of scientific materials used in his award-winning art practice. Kurtz, a University at Buffalo professor and founding member of the internationally acclaimed collective Critical Art Ensemble, uses biological materials in educational exhibits and performances designed to inspire debate about political and social issues surrounding the new biotechnologies.
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Robert Kocik & Joel Kuszai Poetry Reading Wednesday, May 28, 8:00 pm at The Poetry Project Robert Kocik, poet, essayist, artist, architect, eleemosynary entrepreneur, lives in Brooklyn, NY, where he directs the Bureau of Material Behaviors. As a builder, his niche is the realization of unknown architectural functions and missing civic services. He is currently developing a building based on 'prosody' and poets' imagined relevance to our society. His essays comprise a nascent field known as the Sore, Oversensitive Sciences (SOS). His publications include: Overcoming Fitness (Autonomedia, 2001), and Rhrurbarb (Field Books, 2007).
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Gold, Censorship: and stories of Indigenous Resistance Greg Palast will interview Indigenous People who are fighting Barrick Gold's operations on their lands. The night will include an interview with Human Rights Defenders working on the Bulyanhulu massacre in Tanzania. The Bulyanhulu mine is owned and operated by Barrick Gold, the largest gold mining company in the world. Thursday 1st May @ 5pm Bowery Poetry Club 308 Bowery Street Lower East Side, Manhattan for more info: show email address 1 347 439 5839 http://www.protestbarrick.net Cost: $5 - $10 (sliding scale)
http://housingstruggles.wordpress.com/ Delhi Solidarity Group, 26 April 2008 CALL TO JOIN NATIONAL LEVEL ACTION Join hands to raise our collective voice against Displacement & Un-Democratic, Unjust, Anti-People & Pro-Corporate Land Acquisition (Amendment) Act, 2007 and Resettlement and Rehabilitation Bill, 2007 Join Dharna at Jantar Mantar, Delhi 28th to 30 April, 2008 Dear Friends,
http://housingstruggles.wordpress.com/2008/04/22/durban-heretical-holida... Abahlali baseMjondolo Press Release Monday 21 April 2008 Abahlali baseMjondolo to Mourn UnFreedom Day Once Again Time: 9:00 a.m., Sunday 27 April 2008 Venue: Community Hall, Kennedy Road Shack Settlement, Clare Estate, Durban
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May 8, 2008 10:00am-5:30pm (two sessions) Please join the United Nations Department of Public Information, the United Nations Environment Programme, and the Natural World Museum for a groundbreaking international seminar. The Art Changing Attitudes Toward the Environment seminar will focus on a top priority for the United Nations: climate change and the environment. The seminar will contribute to keeping the spotlight on the issue from a different perspective and will be an important contribution and forum to reach out to the general public. Admission is free to the public. To RSVP email unchronicle@un.org or call 917.367.9326 For additional information, please visit http://www.un.org/Pubs/chronicle/tolerance/seminar.html
Future Promises: The Life and Work of Stanley Aronowitz A Conference Sponsored by the Composition & Commons Co-research Project, School of Business and Management, University of London, Queen Mary May 19th, 2008 – 9:30am – 6pm http://stevphen.mahost.org/futurepromises.html Room 4.24, Francis Bancroft Building, Queen Mary, Mile End Road, London This conference celebrates the most important living sociologist in the United States by examining the works and activism of Stanley Aronowitz over the last thirty-five years, beginning with his classic False Promises, through his milestone interventions in education, science and technology, cultural studies, and political theory, and most recent accomplishments such as How Class Works and Left Futures. It will also take in his militant unionism, his standing for Governor of New York, and his continuing importance as a global figure in the struggles against exploitation and injustice. Speakers will take up various of his works in dialogue with the author. An address by Professor Aronowitz will follow the morning and afternoon panels discussing his books.
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London, March 15: Brian Holmes Book Release, "Unleashing the Collective Phantoms" Saturday March 15th, 6:30 PM book launch Housmans Bookshop, Kings Cross (www.housmans.com) Unleashing the Collective Phantoms: Essays In Reverse Imagineering by Brian Holmes Come join us to celebrate the release of Brian Holmes’ new book Unleashing the Collective Phantoms. These insurgent essays describe, prolong and critique some of the cultural and artistic projects that arose with the worldwide wave of protests around the turn of the millennium, against what the global South calls neoliberalism. Dissent and the refusal of a programmed existence continually return to the streets; but they also unfold in the imagination. Hosted by Autonomedia (www.autonomedia.org) and Mute Magazine (www.metamute.org) For info on the book: http://www.autonomedia.org/unleashingthecollectivephantoms Housmans Bookshop http://www.housmans.com 5 Caledonian Road LONDON, England N1 9DX, UK Nearest tube: King’s Cross St Pancras
The Art of Rent Spring 2008 University of London, Queen Mary http://www.generation-online.org/other/artofrent.htm As part of an ongoing collective project, the organisers of this seminar series seek to promote a discussion on the rise of rent as a form of capitalist appropriation and the way that new levels of association in the arts and culture, in information and communication, in public taste and ambience have made this rise possible, and from the perspective of private accumulation, necessary. To this end, the seminar brings together various perspectives on the Art of Rent taking in analysis of cognitive capitalism, of the financialisation of the quotidian and the bodily, of gentrification and the metroversity, of new international division of labour and of governance. The seminar will conclude with a special two-day event in September on the cultural industries. Behind this series is the sense that the Art of Rent is a reaction to a new collective power among bodies assembled to labour and a capacity for ensemble in the social individual, all provoked by the migrations of work into culture, language, and affect and the work of migrations into these registers of life. For those who work in the university, in the arts, and in politics long seeking to subvert the relationship between innovation and wage, the rise of the relationship between innovation and rent calls not for subversion but sabotage of the creative process. Seminars will feature presentation from the speakers followed by structured discussion and questions and answers. Presentations to be made by Carlo Vercellone, Matteo Pasquinelli, Christian Marazzi, Randy Martin, Costas Lapavitsas, Sandro Mezzadra, Xiang Biao, Judith Revel, Stefano Harney, and others.
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