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I've been reading through these for a couple of minutes now, very well drawn and taking great advantage of browser screen space.
sure, bet no one's made that joke before.] FIRST TUESDAYS READING SERIES AT A TASTE OF ART TUESDAY FEBRUARY 4TH, 2003 7-9P 147 Duane Street (between Church and West Broadway) New York, NY 10013 TRIBECA Phone: 212.964.5493 Fax: 212.964.2671 Features: Brian Kim Stefans, BLUE, Sharon Mesmer, John Reed Curated and hosted by Christopher Stackhouse FREE ADMISSION John Reed is the author of SNOWBALL'S CHANCE, the controversial parody of George Orwell's ANIMAL FARM.
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[The interview with John Cayley is finally up at the The Iowa Review Web.
A thousand pardons for the klugie title to the piece, but the one the editors had originally given it was something like "Identities at the Level of Letters," a quote of John's from the interview which I liked but which sounded too much like the title of my Flash piece.
Turn left on Duane from the Eastside: Take the FDR to Houston, then turn south on Broadway all the way to Reade. It is the search for those moments and situations when we are most alive." Opening to Chapter 3 ON BEING ALIVE of "The Timeless Way of Building" by Christopher Alexander "And when a building has this fire, then it becomes a part of nature.
Like ocean waves, or blades of grass, its parts are governed by the endless play of repetition and variety, created in the presence of the fact that all things pass.
Cayley has also maintained a distinct interest in Asian literatures, most particularly Chinese, even as his programming and multimedial techniques have grown more sophisticated.
Though he is clearly concerned with the graphemic "atom" as a unit of meaning and with poststructural approaches to text, the range of metaphors and the particulars of the Chinese sensibility suggest to the viewer of Cayley's work that he does not consider technology the grand leveler of cultural practices that renders differences of geography, history, and language entirely moot.
Keep warm, Christopher Stackhouse [email protected] The first is a site devoted to Japanese emoticons -- you know, these things: ; ) .