Tuesday, January 3, 2017

iON LIVE! on Payday 2016

Payday

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31 December

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10 December

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3 December

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26 November

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19 November

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12 November

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5 November

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29 October

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22 October

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15 October

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17 September

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10 September

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3 September

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27 August

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20 August

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13 August

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6 August

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30 July

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23 July

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16 July

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2 July

21 May

14 May

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16 April

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2 April

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26 March

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19 March

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12 March

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5 March

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27 February

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13 February

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30 January

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23 January

3 comments:

  1. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fnSEKm4Xs8I

    any comment on this Bob ?

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  2. One can see the speaker would not have stopped with Andy Warhol if he was acquainted with McLuhan’s THROUGH THE VANISHING POINT and the following two quotations:
    "It is quite literally true that since printing it has been the poets
    and painters who have explored and predicted the various possibilities of print, of prints, of press, of telegraph, of photograph, movie, radio and television. In recent decades the arrival of several new media had led to prodigious experimentation in the arts. But, at present, the artists have yielded to the media themselves. Experimentation has passed from the control of the private artist to the groups in charge of the new technologies. That is to say, that whereas in the past the individual artist, manipulating private and inexpensive materials, was able to shape models of new experience years ahead of the public, today the artist works with expensive public technology, and artist and public merge in a single experience. The new media need the best artist talent and can pay for it. But the artist can no longer provide years of advance awareness of developments in the patterns of human experience which will inevitably emerge from new technological development." - H. Marshall McLuhan,
    Report on Project in Understanding New Media, Part VII (Exhibits), p.i, 1960.
    "The new art form of our time is the media themselves, not painting, not movies, not drama, but the media themselves have become the new art forms.... I write cartoons.... I have wanted to write a play, for a long time, on the media. And the media themselves are the avant-garde area of our society. Avant-garde no longer exists in painting and music and poetry, it's in the media themselves. Not in the programs. Avante-garde is not in hockey, not in baseball or any of these entertainments. It's in the media themselves." - Marshall McLuhan, Forces Magazine, Hydro-Quebec, No.22, p.68, 1973.
    The speaker doesn’t take the next step to media environments as art forms.
    Nor does any other 20th Century art critic.

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  3. This same person has 4,5 clips on his channel, directly analysing mcluhan's articles in explorations magazine, among other things. Also quite conventional I guess, but always interesting to compare other people's analysis of Mcluhan with your genius, oh great Bob.

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