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Update: Mathieu Tremblin

“Parking Tickets Bouquet”, 2013 (Papierblumen aus Strafzetteln)

“Closet Island”, 2013 (Palme im Zug-WC)

“Ink Geyser”, 2013 (mit Diet Coke & Mentos)

“Watermark”, 2013

“If I get 1 Million Likes”, 2013

“Flat Curator”, 2012 (Bieber Pappaufsteller)

Der französische Künstler Mathieu Tremblin war wieder fleißig und hat zahlreiche neue, großartige Projekte im öffentlichen Raum realisiert. Und, ich hatte es bisher noch gar nicht entdeckt, er besitzt jetzt sogar nen eigenen Pappaufsteller von mir…

Und sonst so? : 13. 02. 2013

Foto: Evol

* “Mit New Nations koennen neue Top-Level-Domains für Gemeinschaften und Kulturen erstellt werden, die im bestehenden Datennetz noch ueber keine Präsenz verfügen und sich nun mit .ti (Tibeter), .ku (Kurden), .uu (Uiguren) oder .te (Tamilen) eigene Kommunikations- und Präsentationsstrukturen und -kulturen formieren können.” Via

* Samen teilen: “Seed-sharing is an ancient practice throughout the world. It is currently under threat by big industrial seed corporations (e.g. Monsanto). They want to patent seeds and prevent us from sharing them so we will always be forced to buy from them. Seed sharing is crucial to our freedom, autonomy from capitalism and crucial for our collective survival.” Via

* Die größte kollektive, unzensierte Zeichnung im Netz: “Superfreedraw“. “No registration, no censorship. superfreedraw has been established to support the idea of a free and uncensored internet accessible by everyone all over the world. The established elite art system sucks. Everybody is an artist! This is the biggest collaborative artwork ever made.”

* Hexen 2.0 von Suzanne Treister: “HEXEN 2.0 looks into histories of scientific research behind government programmes of mass control, investigating parallel histories of countercultural and grass roots movements. HEXEN 2.0 charts, within a framework of post-WWII U.S. governmental and military imperatives, the coming together of scientific and social sciences through the development of cybernetics, the history of the internet, the rise of Web 2.0 and increased intelligence gathering, and implications for the future of new systems of societal manipulation towards a control society.” Via: Laurence, merci!

* Graffiti in Filmen: “Graffiti Fiction” von Mathieu Tremblin & David Renault. “We are glad to announce you the birth of an archive about graffiti in fictionnal movies and series. We starded years ago to gather filmstills from movies we liked where graffiti appear. We focused on graffiti which were created especially for the movie and which were having a narrative function in the story – as a point or as an echo of it. We made a selection of some and published them on a Tumblr in waiting to make a finest analysis and typology of those. First presented and commented briefly during our lecture at “Graffiti as psychogeographical map: the new European urban intervention” seminary in UMIP, Santander (ES) during summer 2011 under invitation of Javier Abarca, we are planning to present this corpus with comments as a lecture and as an artist book in the future.”

* Kunstgeschichte in japanischen Emoticons: #Emojiarthistory. Via

* Kunstgeschichte als Twitter-Reply: “NonPrintingCharacter“.

* Gif-Serie “Disasters of War” von General Howe. Via

* Buchtipp I: “Evil Media” von Matthew Fuller & Andrew Goffey. “Evil Media develops a philosophy of media power that extends the concept of media beyond its tried and trusted use in the games of meaning, symbolism, and truth. It addresses the gray zones in which media exist as corporate work systems, algorithms and data structures, twenty-first century self-improvement manuals, and pharmaceutical techniques. Evil Media invites the reader to explore and understand the abstract infrastructure of the present day. From search engines to flirting strategies, from the value of institutional stupidity to the malicious minutiae of databases, this book shows how the devil is in the details.” Via

* Buchtipp II: “Bad Graffiti” von Scott Hocking. “Bad Graffiti looks at the plethora of graffiti that adorns our cities at a ubiquitous, popular cultural level. It is a record of the graffiti of the everyday, not of the named ‘artists’ who have contributed to the many books on graffiti ‘art’ over the past ten years or so.” Via

* Buchtipp III: “Virality” von Tony D. Sampson. “In this thought-provoking work, Tony D. Sampson presents a contagion theory fit for the age of networks. Unlike memes and microbial contagions, Virality does not limit itself to biological analogies and medical metaphors. It instead points toward a theory of contagious assemblages, events, and affects. For Sampson, contagion is not necessarily a positive or negative force of encounter; it is the way society comes together and relates.” Via

* Buchtipp IV: Nach dem Tumblr jetzt das Buch. “Kim Jong Il Looking at Things” von João Rocha et Marco Bohr. Und es geht natürlich weiter: Kim Jong Un Looking At Things. Via

* Apropos Bücher: Hier ist der Google Books Downloader.

Update: Mathieu Tremblin

“Mouton Noir (Black Sheep)”, 2012, Rennes (FR), Security fence

“Prière de ne rien afficher” (auf Deutsch soviel wie: Plakate kleben verboten), 2012, Arles (FR)

“Clean Stain”, 2012, Brest (FR)

“Barbed Nest”, 2012, Quimper (FR)

Noch ein paar wunderbare neue Arbeiten des französischen Künstlers Mathieu Tremblin.

David Renault & Mathieu Tremblin: “Lacanerie (Tribute to Jacques Lacan)”

David Renault & Mathieu Tremblin waren in der Psychiatrie in Rennes – und haben dort eine neue Arbeit geschaffen, die Lacan zitiert. “1955 kaufte der Psychoanalytiker Jacques Lacan das Skandal-Bild “L´Origine du monde“. Er und seine Frau, die Schauspielerin Sylvia Bataille, hängten es in ihrem Landhaus in Guitrancourt auf. Aber auch dort wurde es den Blicken der Öffentlichkeit entzogen: Lacan bat seinen Stiefbruder André Masson, ihm einen verschiebbaren Doppelrahmen dafür zu bauen, der vorn ein anderes Gemälde zeigen würde. Masson malte daraufhin eine Landschaft, die exakt der Linienführung des Originals folgte.” Via: Mail

Update: The Wa

“Communication Virale” für das “L’Office de la créativité” in Toulouse

“Another way”, Warsaw, 2012

“Master Piss”, Warsaw, 2012

“Arbro Toulouse”, Toulouse, 2012

“Sabaudia”, Sabaudia, 2012: “Sabaudia is one of several towns built on the reclaimed marshland of the Agro Pontino, south to Rome. This marsh was drained under orders from Benito Mussolini, and these towns were built so that the fascist regime could demonstrate the draining of the marshland, as well as provide housing communities for the increasing urban populations of Italy’s large cities. Architects Gino Cancellotti, Eugenio Montuori, Luigi Piccinato, and Alfredo Scalpelli were responsible for the town plan and many of the buildings after winning a competition for the design of Sabaudia, sponsored by Mussolini. Work commenced on the town’s construction on 5 August 1933 and was completed 253 days later. The city itself is based a Roman grid road layout and rationalist architecture. An hour and a half to the south of Rome, Sabaudia is a coastal town built by Mussolini during his massive project to reclaim the Pontine Marshes. Vast tracts of malaria-infested swamp were drained by workers transported from poor areas of northern Italy, leaving the coastal area south of Rome with rich farmland and a few newly created beach towns…. source wikipedia additionial material Pasolini about Sabaudia

“Shanghai”, Berlin, 2012

“Curtain”, Toulouse, 2012

Endlich mal wieder neue Arbeiten von THE WA! “Curtain” und “Arbro Toulouse” sind in Toulouse entstanden, im Rahmen des Ausstellungskonzept “L’Office de la créativité” von Mathieu Tremblin und Manuel Pomar. “Office de la créativité is a project, both a fiction of public service and a programmation of artistic interventions in the city. The challenge of Office de la créativité is to prompt a discussion on the visibility of spontaneous, anonymous and ephemeral art forms in the city, playing with viral communication and other means to promote direct experience of the art work. The willingness of the articulation between fictionnal service and art programmation is to replay the heterotopic property of these forms, and make readable for the public the hidden part of these : a creative process in interaction with the city. A set of appointment and events whose date and place are announced via voice mail box allow each one to follow the programmation of Office de la créativité in real time. The project is supported by the Toulous’Up grant, develops during years 2012-2013 and includes a dozen appointments.” Via: Mail

Mathieu Tremblin: “KILL LIES ALL”

“KILL LIES ALL” von Mathieu Tremblin in Brest, 2012: After Pablo Picasso (1937), Tony Shafrazi (1974), Felix Gmelin (1996) Guillaume Pellay (2010). Via: Mail

Update: Les Frères Ripoulain

Update: “Dancing Trash Bag” (Mathieu Tremblin) und “Wild Street Marketing” (David Renault, Mathieu Tremblin) alias Les Frères Ripoulain.

Update: Les Frères Ripoulain

Mathieu Tremblin als “Graffiti-Statue”: “Dépêchez-vous, je dois finir avant que la police arrive (Hurry up I have to finish before cops arrive)”, 2012, Quimper

Und David Renault als Luftablasser: “Dernier Souffle (Last Breath)”, 2012, Quimper

Neue Arbeiten von den Brüdern Ripoulain aka Mathieu Tremblin & David Renault – entstanden während der Künstlerresidenz “1+1=1 1+1=2″ von Art4Context in Quimper. Via: Mail

Update: Les Frères Ripoulain

Neues von den Gebrüdern Ripoulain: Mathieu Tremblin gräbt Weihnachtsbäume ein (“Christmas Cutting #1, #2, #3″) und David Renault sucht die Party (“C’est où la teuf? / Where is the freeparty?”). Via: Mail

Update: Mathieu Tremblin

“Beer Fountain”, Paris, 2011

“Fringe”, Arles, 2011

Mathieu Tremblin als Frisör und Dosenstecher. Via: Mail