Monthly Archives: June 2006


Reflections on Warm Not Cold performance of April 11th. Comments by members of the Death, Data, & Desire class, formulated by Trebor Scholz. Photos by Camille.pb and Tom Leonhardt. The unreliable fleeting nature of the Internet conditions the art created for it. The fact that things did not work out made up the strength of […]

but I was thinking about it when we were playing

Thinking about political art I keep coming back to this little snippet from a post by Tobi. Then Spider and the Webs played a show with some ‘no folk’ groups in a basement in East Olympia. We didn’t say anything about East Timor, but I was thinking about it when we were playing. Why, I […]

Permanent Cultural Vibration

I’m not selling bread, I’m selling yeast. A little while ago I was looking, searching on the web, for slogans and graffiti from the May 1968 general strike in France. The walls have ears. Your ears have walls. My aim is to agitate and disturb people. I’ve gone looking before and it seems that each […]

Surveilling the Fragments

Pulling Strings A short Flash clip with Julie Perini as “The Coated Figure,” and Adrian and Curtis as “The Plotters.” The drugstore footage is lifted from The Barest Threads. The soundtrack is “Crashing Waves” by Melting Igloo. Click here for the clip to launch in a new window. “There is no more dominant culture, because […]