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“Rorschach Audio” on BBC Radio 4, again!

The “Ghosts in the Machine” documentary, presented by Laurie Taylor, will be broadcast again on Radio 4, this coming Wednesday – 28 Aug 2019 – 9pm

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Michael Green, 1926 to 2019, R.I.P.

Michael Green, star exhibitor in “The Rumble” exhibition (see “Author Info”) at the Royal Society of British Sculptors, now known as the Royal Society of Sculptors, passed away last Monday, 12 August 2019, aged 93.

Michael’s classic paper is “Convenient Asymmetric Unit for Construction of Multi-Subunit Models”, published in Nature, vol. 219 (1968); and his (extraordinary) exhibits in “The Rumble” included “Icosahedral Shell from 20 Subunits with 3-Fold Cyclic Symmetry” (1975), “Icosahedral Shell from 20 Subunits with 3-Fold Dihedral Symmetry” (1972), “Monkeys Ape Molecules” (2001) and “Double Helix” (1968).

With sincere condolences, and much love to Michael’s family.

International Lawns + Disinformation + the Rural College of Art

International Lawns + Disinformation + the Rural College of Art

Friday 5 July to Sun 28 July 2019
11am to 6pm Fridays to Sundays
Closed Mondays to Thursdays

White Box Gallery
5 Hare & Billet Road
London SE3 0RB

Opening reception Friday 5 July 6pm to 8pm

In his essay “Meanings of Landscape” (“Places of the Mind”, RKP 1949) the critic and curator Geoffrey Grigson described how “some people have ignored the personal factor” in writing on landscape art, and have attempted “to deduce from landscape rules of its own aesthetic”, describing the influence on art (and on art writing) of “a romantic pastime of English travellers in the eighteenth century” who sought to postulate “a kind of psychology divorced from the individual soul”. Particularly in response to the work of the painter John Constable, “Places of the Mind” proposed the alternate hypotheses that “landscape is you and me”, discussing how “we project ourselves” into an actual or painted landscape, “which then reflects our own being back to our eyes”.

Exhibition Guide –

Disinformation Merchandise ****


Semiotics Joke! ****

Happy New Year Folks!

“Language [as] Meta-Technology” ****

Exhibition dates, Weds 21 Nov to Sun 2 Dec 2018
Fri to Sun 12 to 5pm (or by appointment)
Launch event, Sat 24 Nov, 6pm to 9pm
Closing event, Sun 2 Dec, 3pm to 5pm

Sluice HQ (formerly Vision Signs)
171 Morning Lane
Hackney Central
London E9 6JY

The philosopher C.W. Morris defined semiotics as “the science of signs”, the writer Umberto Eco stated that “semiotics is in principle the discipline studying everything which can be used in order to lie”, and the telecommunications theorist Colin Cherry stated that “information can be received only where there is doubt”. For the first instalment of the Passen-gers project off-site series, electronic music and installation art project Disinformation visits the Sluice HQ exhibition space – the former workshop of Vision Signs, a former commercial sign-maker in Hackney, East London – to present a series of audio-visual exhibits, archival presentations and installation artworks. The book “Rorschach Audio – Art & Illusion for Sound” states that “the earliest form of sound recording technology was not a machine but was written language”, and the “Language as Meta-Technology” installation uses a variety of speech recording, speech synthesis, psychoacoustics research and speech coding technologies to articulate (among other propositions) the hypothesis that “language is the technology that contains all others”.

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“Rorschach Audio” on BBC Radio 4

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Also (apparently) excerpted on Radio 4 “Pick of the Week”

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