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MIMOSA at Linz

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During Liwoli festival in Linz (April 2009), Austria, Ricardo Palmieri and Kruno Jošt created another MIMOSA. Read more on creating it here >> and more on the MIMOSA ACTION here >>.  Thanx for all the help to all participants!
At Liwoli fest a performance of LiveNoiseTupi also took place with helping hand of  Daniel Turing and other people from the audience. Documentary about the festival can be downloaded here >> and photolog here>>.
Most interesting are talks made during MIMOSA Action with the students >>, free media jurnalist>>, tourist>> and with artist>>.

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June 22nd, 2009 at 8:06 pm

Deconstructing MAX ART exhibit

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Deconstucting art work from yet unknown Croatian artist that was exhibiting at MAX ART festival happening in Zagreb in October 2008. Exhibit is glass layout of the Croatian parliament in which mice live.

What is visible is that there is a hand from the visitor trying to save the mice from the cage/parliament and let them free.

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October 14th, 2008 at 12:24 pm

Psychogeography in Linz

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In order to create understanding and transformation of the world one must create adventures;
Terrain of the cityscape in relation to its emotive resistivity;
Ludic adventurism;
Off-limit areas;
Capture;
Explore;
Rethink;
Discover;
We are bored in the city, we really have to strain to still discover mysteries;


Slide show of the photo research in empty building in Linz, Dauphinestr. 9 >>

 

Psychogeography, a subfield of geography, was defined in 1955 by Guy Debord as “the study of the precise laws and specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organized or not, on the emotions and behavior of individuals.”

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychogeography)

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August 30th, 2008 at 1:01 pm

Deconstructing in heart of Rio

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During opening session of Dorkbot Rio a team of deconstructionalists have performed once again. This time a ‘Fusca’ (popular Beetle or Volkswagen) produced in 1968 was carved down on 24th May 2008, 40 years after it was produced and 40 years after counterculture and those revolutionary days which are so much evoked in the Brazilian media today, due to older rich people remembering them as the ‘days when they were driving Beetles with the flowers in their hair’.
cutting it down

Dorkbot Rio was hosted by Circo Voador, famous club in the heart of Rio da Janeiro. Production unit were: Bruno Tarin, Bruno Vianna, Giuliano Bonorandi, Frado on sound and Kruno Jošt. Thousands of thanx to many others that helped and worked with us making video or photographic documentation we can all enjoy now. Thanx again to all people that came for the event and joined in at the end in the manner that I have encountered only with people from Brasil.
dja kicking it in

To see event photolog go here >>


Dorkbot-RJ Zero from bruno tarin on Vimeo.

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June 3rd, 2008 at 2:35 am

DK:07:DU video

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December 7th, 2007 at 4:15 pm

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DK:07:DU

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Deconstructing a car in amphitheater lookalike back yard was a successful step towards a participative mode in performing with young people. DK:07:DU performance was joined by two young and enthusiastic car destructionists in Dubrovnik. ZB introduced a new element in a performance – fire. Cheesy idea, but it was not planed. It was as natural as this performance is.

Photolog >>

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December 5th, 2007 at 1:24 am

A=V *AUDIBLEIMAGE=VISIBLESOUND* festival

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Theramin session, radio hacking session, joined work, theramin audio installations, live acts and performances and cellular automata music presentation (more than installation) could be seen at opening in Kunsarkaden gallery on Saturday 24th of November 2007.

cellular automata presentation-Kunserkaden-Munich

“An annual mini a=v FESTIVAL features workshops, live sound-visual acts, improvisational concerts/performances, audience-interactive installations and other live and non-passive forms of audio-visual uncommercial communication. It aims to present and promote independent artistic developments and encourage experimental *do it yourself* activities.”

Hacked portable radio

Many hands joining together to create chaos out of, sometimes too structured, north-west-European culture, de-constructing old radios and constructing improvisational sound sessions (concerts) for large number of culture consumers in rich spoiled west. Human Theramin antenna was controlled by visitors joining hands – the first art gallery opening where I have had the pleasure to see something similar.

Photolog >>

New release on GentleJunk co. NetLabel

Munich Radio Hacking Orchestra aka circuit bending workshop participant’s concert was recorded and relesed on GentleJunk Netlabel.
Circuit-bending / radio-hacking workshop participants and performers are: Daniel Door/de, Guenther Gessert/at, Heike Siegert/de, Jordi Sanchez Puig/es, Judith Egger/de, Jakob Doering/de, Kruno Jost/hr, Michael Kurz/de, Martin Krejci/de, Natalia Borissova/ru de, Anna Sobczak/pl de.
Workshop leaders: Sarah Washington/uk de, Knut Aufermann/ de.
Edite by Kruno Jošt, published on GentleJunk co. NetLabel November 2007.

DOWNLOAD OR LISTEN FROM ARCHIVE.ORG>>

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November 25th, 2007 at 8:41 pm