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Annie Abrahams

a pretty pathetic

On the 20th of June 2019 at 3:30pm (UTC+01:00) during my talk with/in languages – a pretty pathetic @ the Language INTER Networks conference in Lancaster, I danced to Lou Sarabadzic‘s reading of an extract of Hito Steyerl’s International Disco Latin.
The text of my talk with/in languages – a pretty pathetic is now available in ZeTMaG numéro 4.2 Langu(ag)e(s)-(E)Space(s).

Conference report by Erika Fülöp in Authors and the World.

ZeTMaG, Temporary Zones of Expression, is an open collective non-commercial artistic “organization”, dedicated to experimental creation. Other works by: Jean-Pierre Balpe, Canan Marasligil, Gracia Bejjan, Lou Sarabadzic, Qianxun Chen, Eugenio Tissell, Tanja Vujinovic, Chris Joseph, Natasha Boskic and Mohamad Kebbewar, Mary McDonald, Mez Breeze and Alexandra Saemmer.

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Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 3

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Reading Club (2013 – ….) included in
Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 3.

The result is a material representation of the reader’s presence in the text. As the readers type, cut and paste, delete, format, and transform the text, the text becomes a conversational space in which read not just the text but each other’s interventions, guessing each other’s goals as they collaborate, riff, joust, and subvert each other.

February 2016, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Electronic Literature Organization, ISSN: 1932-2016.
Editors : Stephanie Boluk, Jacob Garbe, Anastasia Salter, and Leonardo Flores.

Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 3. 1.0 – Launched February 18, 2016. The core ELC3, complete with works and editorial commentary, launched at the “Matter of Bits” exhibition at Rutgers University Camden. This first iteration is online-only and links to live versions of works currently available on the web, whenever possible.

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David Lavaysse “Réconfort infini” (After Annie Abrahams)

1fusé ” Réconfort infini ”
(after Annie Abrahams)

Boucle son de 1mn
Boucle vidéo de 3mn

Son et vidéo : David Lavaysse.

Voix : Annie Abrahams, Annalisa Cocozza, Claire Oyallon et Charlotte Winling.
Texte issu de l’exposition ” Training for a Better World

(Annie Abrahams / CRAC LR Sète / nov-dec 2011)
Rassur‘ – Participatif writing on the wall. Construction of a reassuring words cloud
Retranscrit et retravaillé pendant une résidence de 5 jours au ‘Living Room
(Montpellier / septembre 2012).

Instruments : voix, violoncelle, guitare, percussions, xylophone, metalophone, pure data.
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Édition de 10 cassettes audio numérotées. Bande de 1mn en boucle infinie.
Pochette en merisier pyrogravé.
7 exemplaires sont proposés à la vente. Détails sur demande.

Janvier 2013.

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1fusé est une proposition de David Lavaysse. Il est question de son et de parti-pris plastique.

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