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A Pangendered Cyborg of Our Times: An Interview with Jaime del Val by Cecilia Gordano

Posted on March 1, 2011 at 5:25pm 0 Comments



Politically engaged art practices have been important inputs for feminist theory throughout history. In the contemporary art landscape, the work of Spanish multimedia artist Jaime del Val proves to be as innovative as it is provocative in how it reflects complex phenomena – from the undoing of traditional understandings of bodies and identities, to the capitalism of affects and the influence of surveillance technologies. Del Val's expressive strategies such as…


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At 4:27am on March 4, 2008, Yukihiko YOSHIDA said…
Hi Thomas.
I am Japanese participant on the ivent in Second Life at CYNet 2007.
Thank you for publishing my article in your publication.
At 12:40am on January 7, 2008, Johannes Birringer said…
Hi Thomas
happy new year.
I saw that you were communicating with Georg, and want to let you know that i am coming to Berlin in early February --might you be there?

The context is an opera production by a young company (Liquid Penguin), followed by a symposium at the new building, the RADIASYSTEM- i was curious about this venue, and when they invited me, i gladly accepted:

2./3. Februar 2008

Eine Tagung der FU Berlin
(Institut für Theaterwissenschaft, Institut für Komparatistik, SFB 626,
Ästhetische Erfahrung), Radialsystem Berlin.

Die Konferenz "Die
Erfahrung des Orpheus? Produktivität und Entgrenzung des Mythos" wird die Auffführung des Musiktheater-Stücks "Eurydike hinter den Grenzen"
von pazzacaglia/Liquid Penguin ensemble begeliten, das für die europäische Kulturregion 2007 Luxemburg produziert wurde. Drei Sektionen werden die Thematik der Tagung enfalten: Fortleben der Antike - Übertragungsbwegungen zwischen Mythos und Kunst, Der Gang des Orpheus - Entgrenzung und Selbstreflexivität der Künste, Tod Liebe
Kunst - orphische Erfahrung und Biopolitik. Eine Podiumsdiskussion mit
Komponist, Sängern und Regiseur der Aufführung rundet das Programm ab.

perhaps you can come to Berlin.

with regards
Johannes Birringer
At 4:32pm on January 4, 2008, Georg Hobmeier said…
herzlichen dank für die info!
mal schauen, ob ich mir noch was aus dem handgelenk schütteln kann.

ansonsten gilt: prosit neujahr!!!
At 2:01pm on December 3, 2007, Thomas Dumke said…
Na, wenn du ein paar Eindrücke vom diesjährigen Festival haben möchtest, siehe:



Neu in diesem Jahr war unter anderem der von Johannes Birringer redaktionell geführte CYNETart_Blog. Unbedingt mal lesen.
At 12:15pm on December 3, 2007, Georg Hobmeier said…
hi thomas,
danke, sehr gut. drehe gerade einen film in berlin und widme mich dann wieder meinen arbeitene an unserem flüchtlings-computerspiel. always on the road...
wie war die cynetart?

beste grüsse,


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