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From: pascale gustin <gustin.pascale {AT} free.fr>
To: 7-11 {AT} mail.ljudmila.org, _arc.hive_ {AT} lm.va.com.au
Subject: Demain les machines pleureront
Date: Sun, 06 Jul 2003 17:43:14 +0200

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the machines who cry

Le code me parait etre l'outil indispensable de nos rapports avec les
machines. C'est lui qui, à mon sens nous permet de "dialoguer" au mieux
avec elles. Le code est un texte et ce texte, ces textes qui emplissent
les machines avec lesquelles nous travaillons me semblent pleins d'une
potentialité poétique.

L'ordinateur est une "boite grise" que l'on tient généralement pour
acquise : elle simule. Dans mon geste d'exploration du code, je casse ce
mécanisme sous-jaccent du programme de simulation, en disjoint et
fragmente les éléments.
Je situe donc mon travail dans cet étroit champ d'investigation de la
non-simulation, au revers de la réalité virtuelle :

http://cuneiform.free.fr


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To: _arc.hive_ {AT} lm.va.com.au
From: mez <netwurker {AT} hotkey.net.au>
Subject: Codeworld [by Alan Sondheim]
Date: Fri, 04 Jul 2003 16:35:56 +1000

Codeworld
Alan Sondheim
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Die Welt ist alles, was der Fall ist. Ogden: The world is everything that 
is the case. Pears/McGuinness: The world is all that is the case. Die Welt 
ist die Gesamtheit der Tatsachen, nicht der Dinge. Pears/McGuinness: The 
world is the totality of facts, not of things. Ogden: The world is the 
totality of facts, not of things. ... Die Tatsachen im logischen Raum sind 
die Welt. Die Welt zerfallt in Tatsachen. Ogden: The facts in logical space 
are the world. The world divides into facts. ... Wovon man nicht sprechen 
kann, daruber muss man schweigen. Ogden: Whereof one cannot speak, thereof 
one must be silent. Pears/McGuinness: What we cannot speak about we must 
pass over in silence. (From beginning and end of Wittgenstein, Tractatus 
Logico-Philosophicus, Ogden translation 1922, Pears/McGuinness translation 
1961.)
[1] TLP describes a Dostoevskian crystalline world divisible into facts. 
The German is clear; the motto to the book, by Kurnberger states, in 
translation: ... and whatever a man knows, whatever is not mere rumbling, 
and roaring that he has heard, can be said in three words.
[2] TLP portends ideality. The world is logical, mathematical, capable of 
clear division. Logical space is the space, I would assume, of the natural 
numbers, if not the integers; as Russell says in his introduction, TLP 
presents, inscribes, a finite mathematics -- there's no room for the 
continuum, and proof of the continuum hypothesis was far in the future.
[3] The translations are different, almost never radically so, but 
different nonetheless. There is a residue in German such that both English 
versions converge, but often never meet. The sememes are equivalent, but 
only to a degree; translations are almost never one-to-one.
[4] In this logical space of facts, programming, and protocols, there is 
always a wavering, always room, always doubt, critique, and I would say 
desire as well. Never mind that this wor(l)d breaks down, evidenced a few 
decades later by Godel, Tarski, Skolem, etc.: Coherency, living within the 
safety-net of mathesis, matrix, maternality, remains a dream of humanity. 
DNA coding, cryptography, hacking the world -- all appear to guarantee that 
everything is possible.
[5] Computer languages are logical; computers are presumed so, but aren't; 
protocols are logical as well; logical spaces may be compared to 
drive-space; garbage-in, garbage-out; and so forth. Hacking depends on a 
closed world with closed loopholes; the loopholes themselves are coherent, 
logical, _there._
[6] Codework, code writing, rides within and throughout the logical world, 
as a disturbance, a sign of things to come, both extension and breakdown.
[7] Where does the content lie? Is it in the translation of code into 
messiness or residue? Is it in the interpretation of residue? Or perhaps, 
and herewith a criticism, is it in the wonderment, confusion, and novelty 
of the residue itself?
[8] Is codework a minor art, minor literature? What is the point of 
repeatedly shaking the scaffolding -- if not the emergence, in the future, 
of an other or another approach, or an other, being or organism, for which 
codework now both provides augury and its weakness as portal/welcoming? For 
what is come among us already no longer speaks the world of logical facts, 
just as computers are no longer large-scale calculators, but something else 
as well, something unnamed, fearful -- that fearfulness already documented 
by, say, Cruikshank in the 19th century.
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[9] Codework references the alterity of a substrate which supports, 
generates, and behaves as a catalyst in relation to its production. To this 
extent, codework is self-referential, but no text is completely 
self-referential (sr); things waver. So for example 'ten letters' and 'two 
words' and 'english' may be considered sr -- but only to the extent that 
the phrases are presumed to apply to themselves. Extended: 'This sentence 
has thirty-one letters.' -- 'This sentence has five words.' -- 'This is an 
english sentence.'
[10] What is the residue? What are the sentences 'about'? On the surface, 
letters, words, language. This is an additional or diacritical relation- 
ship to sr; if one, for example, didn't know English, none of these would 
make sense.
[11] All sr possesses a residue -- an _attribute tag._ In codework, which 
has a component of sr, the tag may be plural, muddied -- the world is never 
presumed complete, total. Codework is not an instance in this regard of 
mathematical platonism or Godelian-platonism; if anything it relies on the 
breakdown of the ideal, pointing out the meaning-component of computation, 
program, protocol, even the strictest formalisms.
[12] Early on Whitehead pointed out that 2+2 = 4, but only in a certain 
formal sense; in fact, the equation implies an operation or unifying 
process; within the 4, the components are combined, their history lost. 
Strictly, '2+2' and '4' are equivalent; within the symbolic, they differ -- 
for that matter, in terms of thermodynamics as well. This domain is 
expanded by codework, which endlessly interferes.
[13] The danger of codework is in its delimitation; it tends to repeat; the 
works tend towards considerable length; automatic generation can flow 
forever. Sometimes it appears as maw-machine emissions -- text in, modified 
text/partial code out. Sometimes it extends language into new uncharted 
territories. Sometimes it references the labour and/or processing of 
language. Sometimes it privileges the written over the spoken, or portends 
the spoken within a convolution of stuttering and close-to-impossible 
phonemic combinations. Sometimes it appears as a warning against the 
all-too-easy assimilation of linguistic competency.
[14] Sometimes it breaks free, relates to the subjectivity behind its 
production, the subjectivity inherent in every presentation of symbol-symbolic.
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From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>
To: _arc.hive_ {AT} lm.va.com.au
Subject: RHZOMES 6: CODEWORK / SURVEILLANCE (fwd)
Date: Wed, 2 Jul 2003 13:28:59 -0400 (EDT)





RHIZHOMES: CULTURAL STUDIES IN EMERGING KNOWLEDGE

www.rhizomes.net

Issue 6: Codework/Surveillance guest-edited by Louis Armand, with
contributions by McKenzie Wark, Alan Sondheim, Zoe Beloff, Darren Tofts,
Ondrej Galuska, MTC Cronin, Alan Roughley, Philip Hammial, David Seiter,
Tom Mackey, Damien Judge Rollison.



"Codework/Surveillance" attempts to work the seam between critical
paradigmatics & social discourse, between codework as invention, aesthetic
practice, activism, sabotage & its recuperation within and by institutions
of knowledge & techno-social surveillance (& vice-versa).



"Codework/Surveillance" attempts to go beyond the usual pseudo-antagonism
of theory/praxis by investigating how the contest over such terms (and
other terms which are supposedly defined by them) is itself a mirage
effect of the oppositional assumptions of institution vs.
anti-institutional practition.



"Codework/Surveillance" designates a relation of terms & of social
postulates which are & remain biomorphic, parac(r)itical and dialectically
irreducible. As "criticism" is placed under increasing pressure to account
for itself in terms of action within the social/technological sphere, the
artist & "public intellectual" may be regarded more in terms of "codework"
than of traditional critical or aesthetic practices--in the sense that
"codework" implies not only a working with the language and means of
contemporary technological conditions (& of "taking responsibility" or
"coming to terms" with these), but also a tactical counter-coding which
exploits the margins of error within control apparatuses exemplified by
such mechanisms as "surveillance."



The linkage of "surveillance" to "codework" here stands for the way in
which infrastructures of power always operate on a basis of hybridity &
structural discontinuities which leave them open to "uses" other than
those sought or intended by the various institutions of "authority." That
authority, too, is inherently linked to codework, to the authenticity &
authorship of certain codes or codices (of the law), points not only to
existing critiques of "writing" but to the institution of critique itself
& the enormous resources of codification which are today applied in the
name of learning &/or knowledge.



As in Orwell's 1984, it remains necessary to consider seriously the fact
that "authority," in order to be what it is, deploys its resources in a
hugely asymmetrical way "against" the "individual"--that sabotage (or
terrorism) is not exclusively a means used by individuals (or cells of
individuals) against the symbols & institutions of "authority." Codework
in this sense is not the masturbatory fantasy of the programmer or hacker,
but above all the game of power calling its own bluff & still trying to
reduce all the bad odds to zero.

________________________________________________________________


LOUIS ARMAND

UAA Philosophy Faculty, Charles University

Nam. J. Palacha 2, 116 38 Praha 1, Czech Republic

www.geocities.com/louis_armand


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Date:         Fri, 27 Jun 2003 12:12:06 -0700
From: MWP <mpalmer {AT} JPS.NET>
Subject: TEMPLATES.FOR.A.CHOREOGRAPHY
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Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2003 22:45:44 -0700
From: "[]" <kanztanz {AT} YAHOO.COM>
To: WRYTING-L {AT} LISTSERV.UTORONTO.CA
Subject: a subjective definition

July 1 was Canada day here.


...water, land, space, that i can still see the stars
at night from my yard, aurora borealis, pristine, snow
on Christmas Eve, snow in July, possibly snow in
August, but rain year round in Victoria, chinooks,
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Trans-Canada highway, two major coasts, bilingual
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banana slugs, stink cabbages, La Maudite, blackflies,
no see-ums,  fish-flies, Les Voyageurs, Westjet,
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ore, tundra, the CBC TV and radio 1 and 2, toque,
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Carol Pope, Carol Taylor, aspartame, Slade, Lester B.
Pearson, and Lester B. Pearson, not the airport but
the college, Rochdale, Margaret Trudeau and Pierre,
Trivial Pursuit, Yorkville, wheat fed meat,
draft-dodgers, good rye whiskey, real beer, Blood
Sweat & Tears, good cigarettes in hard packs,
Thanksgiving in October, Long John Baldry, after you,
Mayne Island, Salt Spring Island, PEI, Jacques
Cartier, John Cabot, the brides, the blackrobes,
General Wolfe, wolves, Steppenwolf, lovely day, eh,
The Pas, and Piapot, Sharon,Lois & Bram, Raffi, Mr.
Dress-up and Casey,  Fred Penner, The Red Green Show,
snowshoes, the Canada Arm, Canada Post, National Post,
Canada Goose, gooseberries, snowbirds,  Canadian
Peacekeeping,  Alanis Morrisette, mosaic, Don Messer's
Jubilee, Rita McNeil, Acadians, Quebecois, Quebec
city, Roots, roots, routes, rues, bloulevards,
Granville Island, all the Newfie fiddlers and
fishermen, Newfie jokes, longshoremen on both coasts,
farmers, miners, slag-heaps, Sudbury, Jack Webster,
Ralf Mair, Gale Garnett, The Beachcombers,  buffalo,
bison, buffalo coats, beaver hats, buckskins, the
vanishing cod, tugboats, barges, fishing boats, the
Edmund Fitzgerald, canneries, candy factories, steel
mills, ranches, Hy's Steakhouse,  Ashley MacIssac,
Mennonites and Hutterites, Dukkabors, the loonie and
the twoonie, Don Harron, Tommy Douglas, Diefenbaker,
UIC, The Speaker of the House, Hume Cronyn, the
clarion at the Peace tower, The Globe and Mail, Club
Monaco, Alfred Sung, gun control, gay wedlock,
canadian bacon, back bacon, Mad Dog Vachon, Vachon
bakery, Mac's milk, the brain-drain, the NFB, Red
River cereal, Ann Murray, Gordon Lightfoot, the
Homecoming melody, Folkfests, folk festivals, just
folks, Ukranian weddings on the praries, Greenpeace,
Graham Greene,  Malcom Lowry, treehuggers and tree
loggers, stand-offs, activists, conservatives,
pacifists, nihilists, supremists, socialists,
generalists, specialists, list-makers, Niagara Falls,
The Thistle Shamrock Rose Entwined, Loblaw's,
Vegerville and the egg there, Edmondchuck, Drumheller,
dinosaurs,  two solitudes, Ian and Sylvia, Four Strong
Winds, Bill Reid, Portage and Main, Lloyd Robertson,
stop/arrete
Peter Mansbridge  > > And take a breath


 Maury Chaykin, Chong, from cheech and, Chief Dan
George, Glenn Ford, Brendan Frazer, Phil Hartman,
Howie Mandel, Matthew Perry, Rick Moranis, Michael
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Jennifer and Meg Tilly, Fay Wray, Helen Shaver, Norma
Shearer and her brother, Kate Reid, Dorothy Stratton,
Alexis Smith, Alex Trebeck, Art LInkletter, Monty
Hall, Doug Henning, Edward Dmytryk, Authur Hiller,
Claude Jutra, Ivan Reitman, James Cameron, Louis B.
Mayer, Lorne Michael, April Wine, Bruce Cockburn,
Crash Test Dummies, Glenn Gould, Hart Corey, Jeff
Healy, Marc Garneau, Jon Kimura Parker, MacGarrigle
sisters, Guy Lombardo, Chantal Krevasiuk, Nelly
Furtado, Rush, Paul Schaeffer, Jane Siberry, Deanna
Durbin, Tragically Hip, Gino Vanelli, Stephan Leacock,
 Mort Sahl, Martin Short,  Mack Sennet, Wayne and
Shuster, David Steinberg, Saul Bellow, W. Kinsella,
W.O. Mitchell, Robert Bateman, Michael Snow, Peter
Jennings, Morley Schaffer, Dionne Quintuplets, Norman
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Date: Fri, 4 Jul 2003 13:25:26 -0700
From: phaneronoemikon <solipsis {AT} HEVANET.COM>
To: WRYTING-L {AT} LISTSERV.UTORONTO.CA
Subject: red belly



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Date: Sat, 21 Jun 2003 08:40:23 +0200
From: Ana Buigues <abuigues {AT} WANADOO.ES>
To: WRYTING-L {AT} LISTSERV.UTORONTO.CA
Subject: clarification



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Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2003 23:21:40 +0200
To: a place for discussion and improvement of things <7-11 {AT} mail.ljudmila.org>
From: "+   lo_y.  +" <loy {AT} myrealbox.com>
Subject: Re:  This is the subject of the text

At 11:25 24/06/03 -0700, Kamen Nedev dixit:
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Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2003 13:34:48 -0700
From: phaneronoemikon <solipsis {AT} HEVANET.COM>
To: WRYTING-L {AT} LISTSERV.UTORONTO.CA
Subject: Re: LUTE-BOOK-MOTHER

TITLE: 4 'another (%C-m'ote') has come into existence'
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To: _arc.hive_ {AT} lm.va.com.au
Subject: 2 skilling courant
Date: Tue, 1 Jul 2003 00:25:18 -0400 (EDT)




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From: "Kenji Siratori" <white-b {AT} d4.dion.ne.jp>
To: "nettime" <nettime {AT} bbs.thing.net>
Subject: pig: kenji siratori (remix by alan sondheim)
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2003 03:21:49 +0900

PIG
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Date: Fri, 4 Jul 2003 13:03:04 +0200
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To: o-o {AT} konf.lt
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Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2003 10:34:47 +0200
From: Ana Buigues <abuigues {AT} WANADOO.ES>
To: WRYTING-L {AT} LISTSERV.UTORONTO.CA
Subject: clarification



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Date: Sun, 6 Jul 2003 22:45:21 +0100
From: Morrigan Nihil <morrigan_nihil {AT} YAHOO.CO.UK>
To: WRYTING-L {AT} LISTSERV.UTORONTO.CA
Subject: extended warranty

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nettime unstable digest vol 54
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Subject: Demain les machines pleureront
    From: pascale gustin <gustin.pascale {AT} free.fr>
    To: 7-11 {AT} mail.ljudmila.org, _arc.hive_ {AT} lm.va.com.au

Subject: Codeworld [by Alan Sondheim]
    From: mez <netwurker {AT} hotkey.net.au>
    To: _arc.hive_ {AT} lm.va.com.au

Subject: RHZOMES 6: CODEWORK / SURVEILLANCE (fwd)
    From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>
    To: _arc.hive_ {AT} lm.va.com.au

Subject: TEMPLATES.FOR.A.CHOREOGRAPHY
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Subject: a subjective definition
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Subject: .ase  pR.i.
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Subject: red belly
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Subject: clarification
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Subject: Re:  This is the subject of the text
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Subject: 2 skilling courant
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Subject: pig: kenji siratori (remix by alan sondheim)
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Subject: blog?
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Subject: clarification
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