The Signtific Lab
invites people to develop cutting-edge ideas through experiments of imagination and discussion. Experiment One:
what would happen if outer space becomes as accessible as the Web today?
posted by divabat
on Feb 18, 2009 -
"This site exists to provide information on 'unusual' music and arts; the word "unusual" being easily replaced by 'unconventional,' 'non-mainstream,' 'underground,' 'extreme' or by any one of a dozen other useless labels." This includes such projects as Cock E.S.P.
and the fascinating Panelectric Living Sinema
. The link page
is of particular interest, as it could open up a whole world to the uninitiated. I wish they linked my favorite bug faced noise band, Winter Carousel
posted by Joey Michaels
on Dec 2, 2002 -
Before there was McSweeney's...
Phyllis Johnson published 10 issues of Aspen, a multimedia magazine in a box to which the USPS denied
second-class mail rates. After a few issues that stayed close to the ski resort in terms of theme, the magazine began bringing in guest editors and addressing cutting edge art and media, in New York, Britain, Asia, and the minds of cultural critics and psychedlic drug users. Andy Warhol participated in Issue 3 and the Fluxus movement dominated Issue 8. There were 10 issues in all, the first 9 of which are featured in this new web adaptation at Ubuweb
At the risk of only posting whenever Andrew Stafford unveils another cool web-native multimedia art project
, I thought a lot of Metafiltrates would appreciate this interpretation of Aspen Magazine
posted by xian
on Nov 15, 2002 -