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Anonymous Comrade writes: "USEby Asia Pacific Artist Initiatives Project

This web site provides information on artist-run spaces in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, The Phillipines and Vietnam. There are some good networking connections on the links page. www.useby.net


"USEby is a cultural exchange project that links and explores artist-run spaces and initiatives throughout the Asia Pacific region. It offers artists, curators and writers the opportunity to exchange ideas and resources and to develop relationships and collaborations. USEby is specifically designed for use by artists and artist-driven organisations. While its aims are ongoing and far-reaching, USEby retains a sense of moderation, acknowledging the resourcefulness and energy of the small-scale, low-fi, DIY aesthetic that often characterises the artist-run endeavour.

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amoore writes: "From Greg Sholette, RepoHistory artist now teaching at Art Institute of Chicago, comes this letter...


Dear Friends, I just discovered that the Political Art
Documentation and Distribution (PADD) archive is now a
searchable database on line from the Museum of Modern Art at:


http://www.moma.org/docs/research/library/LibraryF AQ/index.htm#padd

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ZeroWork writes: "Lingua Franca has the story: http://www.linguafranca.com/print/0105/cover.html.
Fred Jameson among those involved."

To their considerable anguish, Dick's academic champions have had to contend with the revelation that their hero wrote letters to the Federal Bureau of Investigation denouncing them. In these letters, Dick claimed that Jameson and other literary theorists were agents of a KGB conspiracy to take over American science fiction.

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michkuo writes: "Provoking interview with political/aesthetic theorist Chantal Mouffe in MIT Press journal Grey Room. It's in issue #2:

It's not online, but I think it's at St. Marks Bookshop. The interview tests some interesting premises about the status of art as an inherently political -- in the "friend/enemy" definition of the term -- entity. Mouffe also has some pretty far-out ideas that branch away from the contemporary Left: contesting the legitimacy of a common "human citizen," a citizenship of the world; universal human rights, etc."

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