Archive for June, 2008

Radical Summertime blurbs (part 3)

Saturday, June 28th, 2008

We post em as we see ‘em, so no chronological order here (parts 1+2+3) , be sure to scroll thru the previous Radical Summertime Blurbs (RSB) below for more upcoming dates… And these just in:
28.6 : La Chusma with Dj Badre and Shazalakazoo at R.A.W. Temple

4.7 : Nanometer Galerie Opening with Pete Missing and [...]

Radical Summertime Blurbs (part 2)

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008

[ G.W. Bush as He-Man Master of the Universe, Bryan Boyce 2008 ]
Another updated and added list of Radical Summertime Blurbs. Don’t Miss these highly recommended events, mostly in Berlin! >under construction<
25.06: Filmmaker and Culture Jammer Brian Boyce makes his LAST European presentation of “American Mess” an early unofficial G.W. Bush goodbye party in Berlin [...]

Radical Summertime blurbs (part 1)

Friday, June 20th, 2008

ON THE XLT HORIZONS: RADICAL SUMMERTIME BLURBS (part1)
There’s a lot on our list of things to get involved in or just come out and absorb the radical mix, here’s a first round in semi-chronologic order… >under construction< … oh and send us info on YUR summertime Blurbs, news/events/actions [ pod@... ] :
20.6: Another [...]

Ricochet automata… the machines come home to roost !!

Thursday, June 19th, 2008

In general, the XL Terrestrials are not really of the mind that machines are going to save the day, but lately we have reason to smile as we watch the Republicrat Automata coming home to roost, so to speak. Well they are not the first and certainly won’t be the last, and we predict that [...]

[16.6] True Magnetic Poles of Punk Still Standing Tall: Mark Stewart and Jello Biafra

Monday, June 16th, 2008

Recently we covered the No One Is Innocent show in Vienna (HERE, or scroll about 8 entries down), an unlikely city to even attempt a chronicle of the Punk movements. The Kunsthalle show managed to bypass nearly all the heavy hitters ( which might have something to do with the still active “punks” having little [...]

the telematic age (part 1+2): nevermind the shiny new apps, what’s in it for humanity ??!

Monday, June 9th, 2008

The telematic progress revisited. under construction>
In the telematic age, more is less. Less you, less me, less we and oh-so-plenty of progress + oblivion + disembodiment ahead
“In the mid 21st century the communications frontier would be pushed back for good. Now the human element was perceived as static in the data transmission.
My presence was [...]

Two SF Bay Area Authors Launching New Books for Happier Insurgents

Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008

A seasoned alternative pathmaker, Chris Carlsson’s latest book NOWTOPIA has been on the shelf for about a month and will be on a Pacific coast tour through the summer with Russell Howze’s brand new foray into the publishing world ( though already a longtime chronicler and comrade of the street art worlds, [...]