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Louise Desrenards on Sun, 17 Apr 2005 07:24:40 +0200 (CEST)


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Y en amarre des arrivistes et des opportunistes sur les causes de la
répression !

Tu nous ennuies avec l'argent Ewen : ici, je pense que personne n'en a et
pour des raisons certainement différentes - et surtout pas moi. Pour ce
genre de soutien vas chez les bourgeois qui ne produisentni ne créent. Nous
on peut bien passer des nuits blanches à traduire des textes comme je l'ai
fait moi-même de tous les premiers textes de défense du CAE alors que tu ne
paraissais pas encore t'intéresser à leur cas, ni car vous êtes arrivés à
votre façon et pour élargir le soutien (quoique est-ce vraiment un
élargissement ou une appropriation, un aiasissement ?) mais pas d'indécence
s'il te plait ! Spammer pour le fric ici, est-ce vraiment le lieu ? Fais le
sur nettime qui tient parmi ses inscrits les plus grands décideurs publiscs
en matière d'art et de culture... On ira à la grande soirée chez
confluences, c'est certain et bravo sauf accident. Mais pour le reste... Que
ce soit Louise ou Aliette ou criticalsecret (et d'ailleurs nous avons une
lettre publiée dans les lettres éditées par le CAE.

Pour mémoire, puisque tout cela démarra en même temps il y a un an et
jusqu'au milieu de l'été :
http://www.criticalsecret.com/acc/manifestation.htm
Merci Karen O'Rourke (qui cite Louise desrenards et le lien sur critical à
la fin de son post)
http://amsterdam.nettime.org/Lists-Archives/nettime-fr-0406/msg00052.html
Forum du New Yorker
http://66.102.9.104/search?q=cache:nyX21qn-VOQJ:www.newyorker.com/forums/discussion/archive.ssf/discussion24.html%3F/HyperNews/get/discussion24/2787.html%3Fframe%3Dresponse+critical+art+ensemble%3B+louise+desrenards&hl=fr

Un bilan d'Aliette :
http://www.google.fr/search?hl=fr&q=critical+art+ensemble%3B+Aliette+Guibert&btnG=Rechercher&meta=

Ce que tu vois là a été mis en ligne quand tu voyais ailleurs des lieux où
tu pouvais remarquer le passage de la mort de Hope et de savoir dans quelle
triple tragédie humaine, politique, artistique et sociale elle fit basculer
Kurtz et ses amis engagés, dans les USA du Patriot act et de la guerre
contre l'humanité par tous les moyens.

Ce n'est pas que je veux me montrer mais c'est juste pour mémoire. Alors le
CAE était pris à parti jusque sur la liste nettime anglophone, intégriste
elle-même dans ses propres domaines idéologiques (après il y a eu
desmouvements et des protestations des poètes du code). La première
solidarité avec le CAE a pris pied à partir de la liste Spectre grâce à nos
amis néerlandais amis de Kurtz et de sa femme, tandis que Beatrix et Claire
du CAE en étaient à chercher la solidarité artistique et scientifique
représentatives pour parvenir à faire entendre leur voix parmi la mouvance
de nettime, notamment anglophone en pleine langue de bois judeo-chrétienne
intégriste elle-même devant l'intégrisme islamique. Je dois avouer que je
suis la première qui ait publié sur nettime-fr sur eux, et grâce au travail
de traduction que j'avais fait malgré toute ma difficulté dans ce domaine et
la peur de mal faire mais je l'ai fait car il n'y avait manifest"ement
personne d'autre parlant cette langue mieux que moi pour le faire... sans
être payé !!!! sinon...

Voici qui est passé le 13 avril sur nettime anglophone qui paraît plus
intéressant parce que ça conforte autrement qu'en termes de fric même si
cela vis aussi à en apporter solidairement en venant ou en participant,
votre propre soirée à Paris le 23 avril.

Nous la réinformons ici à ceette occasion ; Claire Pentecost sera présente :

ART IS NOT TERRORISM - PARIS - 23 APRIL 2005
http://www.caedefensefund.org

Mais alors le changement dans le titre de votre propre info dans le mail
dessous, non merci : c'est de la désinformation en milieu informé sans
ressources : c'est peu sympathique.


My quote
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "CAE Legal Defense Fund" <auctionpr {AT} caedefensefund.org>
To: "nettime-l-bbs.thing.net" <nettime-l {AT} bbs.thing.net>
Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2005 4:10 AM
Subject: <nettime> April 17 benefit auction; new bioterrorism charges likely


>     PLEASE FORWARD WIDELY. To unsubscribe or edit your profile:
>           <...>
>
> April 13, 2005
> FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
>
> Contact: mailto:auction {AT} caedefensefund.org
>
> MASSIVE ART AUCTION WILL SUPPORT INDICTED ARTIST STEVEN KURTZ AS
> BIOTERRORISM CHARGE THREAT RETURNS
> More benefits and donations needed
>
> An April 17 benefit auction at Paula Cooper Gallery in NYC has
> attracted donations from some of the biggest names in the
> contemporary art world, including Hans Haacke, Richard Serra, Cindy
> Sherman, Martha Rosler, Sol LeWitt, RubZn Ortiz Torres, Kiki Smith,
> Lorna Simpson, Chris Burden, and many others. (See details at bottom
> or at http://www.caedefensefund.org/auction/PaulaCooperGallery.html.)
>
> Organizers of this Sunday's auction expect to raise at least a
> six-figure sum to help artist Steven Kurtz and scientist Robert
> Ferrell defend themselves against politically-motivated federal
> charges of mail and wire fraud--and, it now seems likely,
> bioterrorism charges as well.
>
> If convicted of the wire and mail fraud charges, Kurtz, a founding
> member of the Critical Art Ensemble (CAE) and Professor of Art at the
> University of Buffalo, and Ferrell, a Professor of Human Genetics at
> the University of Pittsburgh, could face up to 20 years in prison.
>
> But worse is possible. On March 17, Steven Barnes, also a founding
> member of the Critical Art Ensemble, was served a subpoena to appear
> before a Federal Grand Jury in Buffalo on April 19. According to the
> subpoena, the FBI is once again seeking charges under Section 175 of
> the US Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, as expanded by
> the USA PATRIOT Act--charges which a previous Grand Jury appeared to
> reject when they handed down indictments of mail and wire fraud last
> summer. (See http://www.caedefensefund.org for full details.)
>
> The addition of bioterrorism charges will add to the heavy financial
> and emotional burden of the defendants. But the rising cost to
> taxpayers is significant too. Although the New York State Department
> of Health quickly deemed that the materials used by Kurtz in his art
> posed no threat to public health or safety, and the FBI's own field
> and laboratory tests showed that they were not used for any illegal
> purpose, the U.S. District Attorney continues to waste vast sums of
> public money prosecuting this outlandish, politically motivated case.
>
> Since June 2004, public events in support of the CAE Defense Fund in
> the US, Canada, Europe, Mexico, Latin America and Australia, as well
> as thousands of individual contributions, have met the rising
> defense costs. But as the case moves to trial, Kurtz and Ferrell's
> expenses will increase dramatically, and more fundraisers and
> donations will be needed. The April 17 auction organizers hope the
> auction will serve as a spur for people worldwide to organize new
> benefit events and contribute to the fund. Please visit
> http://caedefensefund.org for more information about how you can help
> publicize this auction, organize your own event, donate funds, or
> otherwise help support Kurtz and Ferrell in this exceedingly
> important case that could widely impact freedom of expression and
> more in the US.
>
> AUCTION DETAILS:
>
> When: Sunday, April 17, 2005 (viewing and silent auction 2-8pm, live
> auction 5-7pm)
>
> Where: Paula Cooper Gallery, 521 West 21st Street, NYC 10011, tel:
> 212-255-1105 / day of auction: 212-255-5247
>
> Master of Ceremonies: Wallace Shawn
>
> Artists who have donated work: Acconci Studio, Dennis Adams, Carl
> Andre, The Atlas Group, Nayland Blake, Mel Bochner, Cecily Brown,
> Chris Burden, Paul Chan, Jeremy Deller, Mark Dion, Sam Durant, Tony
> Feher, Andrea Fraser, Joseph Grigely, Hans Haacke, Ann Hamilton,
> Rachel Harrison, Emily Jacir, Mike Kelley, Barbara Kruger, William
> Pope L., Louise Lawler, Zoe Leonard, Sol LeWitt, Glenn Ligon, Sharon
> Lockhart, Brice Marden, Allan McCollum, Julie Mehretu, Arnold
> Mesches, Donald Moffett, Dave Muller, Vik Muniz, Takashi Murakami,
> Yoshitomo Nara, Cathy Opie, RubZn Ortiz Torres, Laura Owens, David
> Reed, Alexis Rockman, Martha Rosler, Christy Rupp, Carolee
> Schneemann, Richard Serra, Cindy Sherman, Amy Sillman, Lorna Simpson,
> Kiki Smith, Janaina Tschape, and many more.
>
> To view some of the donated art works, please visit:
> http://www.caedefensefund.org/auction/PaulaCooperGallery.html
>
> This benefit is sponsored by the National Association of Artists'
> Organizations (NAAO) and Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center
> (Buffalo), and is supported by galleries across the US.
>
> For more information please contact Lori at Paula Cooper Gallery, or
> visit http://caedefensefund.org. Press inquiries may be directed to
> mailto:auction {AT} caedefensefund.org.
>
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your magouille dans le titre : vous avez remarqué que c'est le même ?

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ewen Chardronnet" <ewen {AT} altern.org>
To: <spectre {AT} mikrolisten.de>; <nettime-fr {AT} samizdat.net>
Cc: "nettime-fr-raw" <nettime-fr-raw {AT} anart.no>
Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2005 8:42 AM
Subject: [nettime-fr-raw] CAE : More benefits and donations needed


PLEASE FORWARD WIDELY

April 13, 2005
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: mailto:auction {AT} caedefensefund.org

MASSIVE ART AUCTION WILL SUPPORT INDICTED ARTIST
STEVEN KURTZ AS BIOTERRORISM CHARGE THREAT RETURNS
More benefits and donations needed

An April 17 benefit auction at Paula Cooper Gallery in
NYC has attracted donations from some of the biggest names in
the contemporary art world, including Hans Haacke, Richard
Serra, Cindy Sherman, Martha Rosler, Sol LeWitt, Ruben
Ortiz Torres, Kiki Smith, Lorna Simpson, Chris Burden,
and many others. (See details at bottom or at
http://www.caedefensefund.org/auction/PaulaCooperGallery.html.)
<http://www.caedefensefund.org/auction/PaulaCooperGallery.html.%29>

Organizers of this Sunday's auction expect to raise at
least a six-figure sum to help artist Steven Kurtz and
scientist Robert Ferrell defend themselves against
politically-motivated federal charges of mail and wire
fraud--and, it now seems likely, bioterrorism charges
as well.

If convicted of the wire and mail fraud charges,
Kurtz, a founding member of the Critical Art Ensemble
(CAE) and Professor of Art at the University of
Buffalo, and Ferrell, a Professor of Human Genetics at
the University of Pittsburgh, could face up to 20
years in prison.

But worse is possible. On March 17, Steven Barnes,
also a founding member of the Critical Art Ensemble,
was served a subpoena to appear before a Federal Grand
Jury in Buffalo on April 19. According to the
subpoena, the FBI is once again seeking charges under
Section 175 of the US Biological Weapons
Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, as expanded by
the USA PATRIOT Act--charges which a previous Grand
Jury appeared to reject when they handed down
indictments of mail and wire fraud last summer. (See
http://www.caedefensefund.org for full details.)

The addition of bioterrorism charges will add to the
heavy financial and emotional burden of the
defendants. But the rising cost to taxpayers is
significant too. Although the New York State
Department of Health quickly deemed that the materials
used by Kurtz in his art posed no threat to public
health or safety, and the FBI's own field and
laboratory tests showed that they were not used for
any illegal purpose, the U.S. District Attorney
continues to waste vast sums of public money
prosecuting this outlandish, politically motivated
case.

Since June 2004, public events in support of the CAE
Defense Fund in the US, Canada, Europe, Mexico, Latin
America and Australia, as well as thousands of
individual contributions, have met the rising defense
costs. But as the case moves to trial, Kurtz and
Ferrell's expenses will increase dramatically, and
more fundraisers and donations will be needed. The
April 17 auction organizers hope the auction will serve
as a spur for people worldwide to organize new benefit
events and contribute to the fund. Please visit
http://caedefensefund.org for more information about
how you can help publicize this auction, organize your
own event, donate funds, or otherwise help support
Kurtz and Ferrell in this exceedingly important case
that could widely impact freedom of expression and
more in the US.

AUCTION DETAILS:

When: Sunday, April 17, 2005 (viewing and silent
auction 2-8pm, live auction 5-7pm)

Where: Paula Cooper Gallery, 521 West 21st Street, NYC
10011, tel: 212-255-1105 / day of auction:
212-255-5247

Master of Ceremonies: Wallace Shawn

Artists who have donated work: Acconci Studio, Dennis
Adams, Carl Andre, The Atlas Group, Nayland Blake, Mel
Bochner, Cecily Brown, Chris Burden, Paul Chan, Jeremy
Deller, Mark Dion, Sam Durant, Tony Feher, Andrea
Fraser, Joseph Grigely, Hans Haacke, Ann Hamilton,
Rachel Harrison, Emily Jacir, Mike Kelley, Barbara
Kruger, William Pope L., Louise Lawler, Zoe Leonard, Sol LeWitt, Glenn
Ligon, Sharon Lockhart, Brice Marden, Allan McCollum,
Julie Mehretu, Arnold Mesches, Donald Moffett, Dave
Muller, Vik Muniz, Takashi Murakami, Yoshitomo Nara,
Cathy Opie, RubÎn Ortiz Torres, Laura Owens, David
Reed, Alexis Rockman, Martha Rosler, Christy Rupp,
Carolee Schneemann, Richard Serra, Cindy Sherman, Amy
Sillman, Lorna Simpson, Kiki Smith, Janaina Tschape,
and many more.

To view some of the donated art works, please visit:
http://www.caedefensefund.org/auction/PaulaCooperGallery.html

This benefit is sponsored by the National Association
of Artists' Organizations (NAAO) and Hallwalls
Contemporary Arts Center (Buffalo), and is supported
by galleries across the US.

For more information please contact Lori at Paula
Cooper Gallery, or visit http://caedefensefund.org.
Press inquiries may be directed to
mailto:auction {AT} caedefensefund.org.




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