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altcomics:

Karissa Sakumoto and Michael Litven

Fuck You If You Feel This Shit #2

really funny and excellent commentary on dominant zine culture 

endless scroll visions
08.13.14 /13:44/ 18
paperjamfest:

(Poster by fuckandkill)
PROGRAMMING IN THE 603 UPSTAIRS SPACE
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Performances! Live sounds! Visuals! Etc!
With:
G.W. Duncanson - cash-money-cartoons [new age meditation with cartoon flair]
Leah Wishnia - leahwishnia​ [illustrations featuring acting, costumes, sounds, narration]
Katbus Brawl - katbus-express [reading of Young Pups of Bonelyn bark bark]
Brian Blomerth - pupsintrouble [presenting  an experimental essay on the writings of Dr. Ispib Osnotkitchi]
A.T. Pratt - atpratt​ [comics featuring sounds effects and rhythm] 
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Screening of video art from Strep Throat II anthology [ throat-art ] featuring intro discussion with editor Laura Perez-Harris 
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ALSO CHECK OUT: 
The Ditko! Zine Library [ ditkoexclamation ]
Food & Snacks [ Donation based! Give us some cookies or a dollar, funds go directly towards table rental fees and paying the poster artists. ]
Zine Thrift Shop [ Donate old zines you don’t want and we will sell them for a dollar each to help sustain the event. ]
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THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SUPPORTING THE EVENT! PLEASE SHARE THE EVENT PAGE WITH YOUR FRIENDS!

me me I’m the tech
08.11.14 /17:36/ 31

brainframe:

Olivia Fox, with sonic assistance from Joe Jakubowski, destroyed both the semblance of rehearsed narrative and the digitally printed ceramic slab representing her experimental gif comic series, naught at Brooklyn Brain Frame on April 25th.

Photos by Geoff Duncanson.

brainframe:

Olivia Fox, with sonic assistance from Joe Jakubowski, destroyed both the semblance of rehearsed narrative and the digitally printed ceramic slab representing her experimental gif comic series, naught at Brooklyn Brain Frame on April 25th.

Video thanks to Michael Guaridola [camera] and Lillie West [editing].

oh boy, dunno if I can watch this yet 

roarlivia:

Purchase College Library’s CAPTCHA
(photo by Chloé Zetkov)
A small alphanumeric string can represent so much. It can point to a specific piece of information within a massive data structure.
The Purchase Library is a literal data structure, physically sheltering countless documents for the campus community. It serves as a hub of representation - it is the only building which every student and faculty member is a part of.  Everyone is given equal opportunity to use the library. This sort of shared power is a beautiful thing.
I think Alan Turing is an important and tragically obfuscated figure in the history of organizing information. The Turing test asked if machines could think. Nowadays, many theorists argue that machines are extensions of ourselves, and we are presented with CAPTCHAs, an inversion on the Turing test designed to distinguish the humans from the robotic drones.
In the digital age, are we respecting this physical resource? Are we just mindless bots exploiting the library and mining data? To unlock the potential of the library, you must enter the CAPTCHA.
Are you human?
 
 
Special thanks: Joe Jakubowski, Christopher Simon, Donna Dennis, Eric Wildrick, Patrick Callahan, Kim Detterbeck, and the Purchase College president and his committee for allowing me this opportunity 

this is probably suppose to come down soon, but nobody’s contacted me yet? 

agatha-christie-fanclub:

Laurie Karissa Katbus Olivia

I love those bozos
08.05.14 /01:40/ 17
Thanks for buying my Cartoon Fairy Balls you fucking suckers
(thanks negativepleasure for the pic)
08.04.14 /23:10/ 3