Following the appalling "Kreativwirtschaft" symposium in Linz, I was all the more interested when I started seeing announcements about the "Creative Cities" symposium organized by Armin Medosch and Ina Zwerger in Vienna. Since I was able to go, this time I was not disappointed.
I completely understand that not everyone has the same technical knowledge as myself. I do not expect that everyone knows how to use Power Point, knows what PDFs are, or even knows how to turn on a computer. But something that really urkes me is when speakers put on an overly dramatic public display of damsel in distress behavior trying to get a computer working during public lectures. And even more so when the talk is supposed to be about the opposite…
In honor of the Furtherfield Ada Lovelace week and Marc’s email wondering where the girls are I’ve decided to end my procrastination and return to posting on the Furtherfield Blog. I hereby recommit to regular postings here!
And to (re)begin few things on my mind of late…
What's a successful artist?
Ok, As someone who is considered one, and as one who knows a lot of others in this camp. I think there are a lot of criteria of “success”, and honestly, I think I’ve strayed from my core values a little bit. More on this in a minute.
What's a successful artist? Ok, As someone who is considered one, and as one who knows a lot of others in this camp. I think there are a lot of criteria of “success”, and honestly, I think I’ve strayed from my core values a little bit. More on this in a minute.
i am at wintercamp in amsterdam
i am at home in new zealand in 1995
i am rehearsing with paula in the uk
i am busy planning a trip to europe
i am happy that the section 92 (guilt apon accusation) bill has been postponed ...
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