The following collection of experiments with Stable Diffusion 2.1 are dedicated to the great Vermeer, and in celebration of his current show at the Rijksmuesum, right here in Amsterdam, where I'm sitting now. I've seen a lot of pretty naff' posters, and promotional artwork for the show, the girl with the peal earring is all … Continue reading Wormear: The Amsterdam Kollection 2023
A Letter To Alan Turing – Deep Scratch Remix
DALLE Mini – Deep Scratch Turntables And DJs
Dalle mini is a trip I've been on for the last 48 hours. Here's some of my current experiments. x https://www.patreon.com/stevefly
Some real fresh shit
...what does it all mean? …watch out kid, watch yer’ back, keep it on point. Wobble, but come back to your center. Make it count, everything counts. All our days are numbered, and littered with the lettered. Let us play. rewind, forward, future calling, humming your song, calling, singing, shouting you. Oi, listen, look, read, … Continue reading Some real fresh shit
Rockers, artists pay tribute to James Joyce with massive project
“What I found out,” says Pyle, “was that there were all these niches and subcultures — dead heads, punk rockers, out-there artists, avant-garde classical musicians, Robert Anton Wilson fans — and within their subcultures ‘Finnegans Wake’ has a lot of importance. ... What I think happened was we were able to bring together a bunch … Continue reading Rockers, artists pay tribute to James Joyce with massive project
Plunder or preservation? How Asian art came to U.S.
'America's involvement with China goes back to the late 18th century, when Yankee ships began to trade fur pelts and wheat (and later opium) for tea, silks and dishware. As early as 1845-1847, Boston presented the "Great Chinese Museum." Harvard University trained and underwrote many early explorers of China's cultural and archaeological heritage. The 19th … Continue reading Plunder or preservation? How Asian art came to U.S.
CHU 3D Graffiti Cube 2010
CHU 3D GRAFFITI CUBEUploaded on 25 Oct 2010: OPENS 6pm, THURSDAY 28TH OCTOBER at CORDY HOUSE, CURTAIN ROAD, SHOREDITCH, EC2A 3BS. Then every Saturday & Sunday 2pm - 6pm until Sunday 14th Novemeber.This is a walk in one person experience. Shoes off, glasses on, step inside the 3rd dimension! (Glasses provided). Artwork by Chu. Cordy … Continue reading CHU 3D Graffiti Cube 2010
The Believer interview with Alan Moore
(Believer Magazine) BLVR: Is magic’s most authentic expression through the creative imagination? (Alan Moore) AM: Actually, art and magic are pretty much synonymous. I would imagine that this all goes back to the phenomenon of representation, when, in our primordial past, some genius or other actually flirted upon the winning formula of “This means that.” … Continue reading The Believer interview with Alan Moore
Art and money, how?
Art and Money?How is it, who issues itcreative and yet counterfeitfor nothinga second lookdouble takethe time spaceinversion with value?empty things in time spacefilled with space timewhat do you call itmoney or art?artney/moart?which technical abilitiesaesthetic reflectionsinformation content andoriginality in economicsthe painted eurofabricated poundsculptured dollarprojected bit coin from paper to data and back to the newestpaper cash … Continue reading Art and money, how?
CI for COPENHAGEN INTERPRETATION 2009: What Poetry?
http://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fsoundcloud.com%2Fflyagaric23%2Fshannanigums-wave-book-iii-chapter-xii& Shannanigums Wave Book III Chapter XII by flyagaric23“Us clams must stick apart” –Feudal Baron Periwinkle III.Aphrodite rose from sea foam in film. Merry Mermaid and love goddess surfinn her scallop chariot through twisted arms of godsoilmen and sludge.She has risen to meet the supermajors to balance scales and dance to the finnance seers circe … Continue reading CI for COPENHAGEN INTERPRETATION 2009: What Poetry?