1984

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Intermedia. Hypermedia and the Sublime.

Media Study / Buffalo
Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, New York
SEA - East Buffalo Media Association
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Sea is a poetry work by Jack Kerouac and becomes the subject matter for Intermedia discovery for EBMA; a sonic vocabulary, a fabric sea and patches of dappled light make an environment that puts you under the sea.

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Mike Basinski: poetry, Jeff Filipski, Don Metz; music, Jim Perone, Louis Decarlo, James Kasprowicz, Ed Sobola; slide projections and John Toth fabric sculpture, projected slides and film.

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SEA - East Buffalo Media Association

Artists' Gallery
30 Essex Street
Buffalo, New York

Jacques Derrida

"The fact that a spatial work of art doesn't speak can be interpreted in two ways. On the one hand, there is the idea of its absolute mutism, the idea that it is completely foreign or heterogeneous to words. . . . But on the other . . . we can always receive them, read them, or interpret them as potential discourse. That is to say, these silent words are in fact already talkative, full of virtual discourses."

( In Peter Brunette and David Wills, eds. Deconstruction and the Visual Arts)

 

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Sea, Artists Gallery, Buffalo NY

 

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