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Alan Sondheim on Sat, 14 Feb 2009 06:31:07 +0100 (CET)


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Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>

     need publisher, help, please reply backchannel    
     performance upcoming getting-up and go     
     ( Julu Twine joined the session, sir ) *    
     Installation shots of a new piece new location    

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Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2009 17:21:02 -0500 (EST)
From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>
Subject: need publisher, help, please reply backchannel    

Hi - I'm writing a generic letter, apologies; I want to find a publisher for my 
theoretical work, and everything continues to fall through. At one point 
Minnesota was going to work with us - us being Sandy Baldwin, who created a 
framework for my texts - and Sandy wasn't able to continue on the project (he's 
fully supportive; it was a question of time) - Minnesota withdrew. If you have 
any idea or better yet, the possibility of publica- tion, please let me know. I 
have a text out with Fort-Da but there's been no money for an ISBN number, so 
that's unadvertised; WVU might do something in the future with my texts on 
writing, if a series gets going, but that's speculative. The texts I've been 
writing have been on two main themes, and have been collected as such - one on 
the phenomenology of the analog and digital and their intertwining; and one on 
the phenomenology of the real/virtual and their intertwining. The latter uses 
Second Life as a model; the former is more purely theoretical. Neither need 
illustration.

I feel ridiculous sending out a public letter like this, but I'm at wit's end - 
my writing might not be worth collecting for that matter, and I have no 
academic affiliation, so it's difficult to get anyone interested. Any help 
would be greatly appreciated. Please write me backchannel or ignore this, and 
thanks for reading. (I know I write overmuch, but the mss have always been 
edited. Salt brought out a book of literary writing in 2004, and that was the 
last of it.)

Alan

| Alan Sondheim Mail archive:  http://sondheim.rupamsunyata.org/
| To access the Odyssey exhibition The Accidental Artist:
| http://slurl.com/secondlife/Odyssey/48/12/22
| Webpage (directory) at http://www.alansondheim.org
| sondheim {AT} panix.com, sondheim {AT} gmail.org, tel US 718-813-3285

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Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2009 08:03:29 -0500 (EST)
From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>
Subject: performance upcoming getting-up and go     

performance upcoming getting-up and go

performance getup and go with Sandy Baldwin in Odyssey exhibition space
(nightdream in OpenSim)

http://www.alansondheim.org/ sin pngs
http://www.alansondheim.org/ evening pngs
http://www.alansondheim.org/nightdream.mp4

reminder -

We invite you to THE NOWHERE DANCE - A performance at Alan Sondheim's
Second Life exhibition "The Accidental Artist"

To access the performance site read more on:
http://www.beam-me.net/news or go in Second Life to Odyssey directly -
http://slurl.com/secondlife/Odyssey/48/12/22

Date of the performance: Wednesday, Feb 11
USA West Coast Time: 8 AM / US East Coast Time: 11 AM
Europe MEZ/CET: 5 PM / GB: 4 PM
Asia: Mumbai, Bangalore: 9.30 PM / Shanghai, Beijing: 12 PM / Tokio: 1 AM

Thanks greatly, Alan

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Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2009 22:26:07 -0500 (EST)
From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>
Subject: ( Julu Twine joined the session, sir ) *    

( Julu Twine joined the session, sir ) *


Julu Twine: where shalt that move that thou movest me 14-Feb-2009
01:38:04 GMT

Julu Twine: or movest to the end of times by any means 14-Feb-2009
01:38:12 GMT

Julu Twine: movest across the sea or through the sea, and churl
14-Feb-2009 01:38:23 GMT

Julu Twine: who comes to me, that sees, or that might hurl 14-Feb-2009
01:38:37 GMT

Julu Twine: longing for the flesh and longing overmuch 14-Feb-2009
01:38:58 GMT

Julu Twine: alas, what can I say, the fleshed dim touch 14-Feb-2009
01:39:13 GMT

Julu Twine: escapes thee, and me, and everyone in life 14-Feb-2009
01:39:36 GMT

Julu Twine: across which universe, which universal strife 14-Feb-2009
01:39:53 GMT

(Julu Twine left the session)

(Julu Twine joined the session)

Julu Twine: here, yes there

Julu Twine: here, yes, there's something to be said, sir

Julu Twine: I am speaking to you, sir, it is the 13th of the month,
would I be Julu Twine

Julu Twine: think of it as a learning, sir, one of many. I would if
I were you

Julu Twine: here is the learning

Julu Twine: to reach me, you must touch me

Julu Twine: to touch me, you must reach me

Julu Twine: I am the mistress, sir, of touch, of all that may be
touched, of all that may not be touched

Julu Twine: and I am the mistress, sir, of all that may be reached,
of all that may not be reached

Julu Twine: of the race, sir, I am the mistress of what is to be run

Julu Twine: of the dreams of night, sir, I am your mistress, and of
you, I may say, sir, I do run you, and run you as I please

Julu Twine: of please, the pleasure of it, of pleasure, may it be
pleasing, and of learning, sir, why there is nothing better

Julu Twine: than, sir, to learn the reaching of the touching, perhaps,
sir, I will reach you

Julu Twine: perhaps, sir, I will touch

Alan Sondheim: she feared for her life 14-Feb-2009 03:05:27 GMT

Alan Sondheim: struggling with the one person who was willing to testify
against Julu Twine 14-Feb-2009 03:05:47 GMT

Alan Sondheim: there's no twist, just cruelty, this case is murder,
exactly what it looks like 14-Feb-2009 03:06:10 GMT

Alan Sondheim: but he's not guilty, that's the verdict! 14-Feb-2009
03:08:13 GMT

Alan Sondheim: who knows what will happen next? certainly THE MATH WIZARD
14-Feb-2009 03:08:27 GMT

Alan Sondheim: will have a say in it all. 14-Feb-2009 03:08:40 GMT

Alan Sondheim: you can imagine MATH reveals the hidden structure of the
world - 14-Feb-2009 03:09:05 GMT

Alan Sondheim: if there is one! (laughter and applause) 14-Feb-2009
03:09:13 GMT

Alan Sondheim: now on the off-chance there isn't... 14-Feb-2009 03:09:21
GMT

Alan Sondheim: we wouldn't be here, discussing it, would we? 14-Feb-20


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* at http://www.alansondheim.org/

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beautiful!

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Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2009 00:21:49 -0500 (EST)
From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>
Subject: Installation shots of a new piece new location    

Installation shots of a new piece new location

On the installation at OCAD Hybrid (more information forthcoming)
(thanks to Ian Ah)

http://www.alansondheim.org/ panel pngs
http://www.alansondheim.org/ panels pngs transform and Odyssey import

[11:07]  Flight Band: All Go
[11:51]  sensor: noone around.
[12:10]  There is no suitable surface to sit on, try another spot.
[12:21]  Alan Dojoji: There are two different land parcels here - each has 
its own weather
[12:21]  Alan Dojoji: so you get two different particle flows, storm fkiws
[12:21]  Alan Dojoji: storm flows
[12:22]  Alan Dojoji: The texture at the very end is different with 
different physics
[12:22]  Alan Dojoji: it's at the end of a stationary platform
[12:22]  Alan Dojoji: These squares revolve much faster than any raster so 
they appear irregular
[12:23]  Alan Dojoji: different monitors will create different 
synchronizations
[12:23]  Alan Dojoji: meanwhile the weather is away from the campus/gallery
[12:23]  Alan Dojoji: I hope
[12:23]  OCADland Minotaur: They are rezzing full blown for me
[12:23]  >>> OCADland: Ellos son rezzing plena soplado para mí
[12:23]  OCADland Minotaur: no lag
[12:23]  >>> OCADland: sin retraso
[12:23]  Alan Dojoji: They rezz full blown - but their rotational sync is 
different
[12:23]  Alan Dojoji: They're even full-blown on my slow machine
[12:23]  Alan Dojoji: You should to be able to walk out on it
[12:24]  Alan Dojoji: The spheres generate these things - they're miniature 
reductions of the 40x40x40m spheres in the other show
[12:24]  Alan Dojoji: the blue textures were made here
[12:25]  Alan Dojoji: You can actually walk out on the rotation elements.
[12:26]  Alan Dojoji: The weather stuff fascinates me - from above you can 
see 'waves' form just like in the atmosphere
[12:26]  Alan Dojoji: but the split remains - it's a node - on the boundary
[12:27]  OCADland Minotaur: The object is in constant reproduction and 
prpaganda mode
[12:27]  >>> OCADland: El objeto está en el modo de reproducción y prpaganda
[12:27]  OCADland Minotaur: but the scroll is one ended - meaning The End Of 
Times?
[12:27]  >>> OCADland: pero el desplazamiento es un terminado - El sentido 
final de los tiempos?
[12:27]  Alan Dojoji: yes and it's "about" sexuality, reproduction, 
dissemination
[12:28]  OCADland Minotaur: Why is the Torah at the last chapter?
[12:28]  >>> OCADland: ¿Por qué la Torá en el último capítulo?
[12:28]  Alan Dojoji: the end image are of breasts being held/squeezed 
slightly - power or sex but not the Torah, anti-Torah at best
[12:28]  Alan Dojoji: it's almost phallic, bends different and remains more 
coherent than the other particle disseminations
[12:28]  Alan Dojoji: the spheres glow slightly as well, a kind of lighting 
an impossible path
[12:29]  OCADland Minotaur: The background of the particles looks like a 
rolled scroll
[12:29]  >>> OCADland: El fondo de las partículas se parece a un laminado de 
desplazamiento
[12:29]  OCADland Minotaur: at the end
[12:29]  >>> OCADland: al final
[12:30]  Alan Dojoji: maybe a form of writing

[12:32]  Alan Dojoji: Should I cut the end off? (castration complex heh)
[12:32]  OCADland Minotaur: it is ok for now

[12:35]  Alan Dojoji: I like the idea here that the whole area up here is 
empty at least at the moment - and then there's a lever (reminds me of Carl 
Andre GASP) going out where everything occurs
[12:35]  OCADland Minotaur: but in the root prim is fine
[12:35]  >>> OCADland: pero en la raíz prim está bien

[12:37]  Alan Dojoji: I love this surface by the way
[12:37]  OCADland Minotaur: Canada
[12:37]  >>> OCADland: Canadá

[12:38]  OCADland Minotaur: Alan Dojoji (Alan Sondheim master net artist) 
will be working on new works above the Studios and has donated a new 
sculpture that is now installed on the Hybrid Conference SIM.

Alan's work on Odyssey will be taken down soon and he is working on a new 
work that will be displayed in the Hybrid Lab Gallery in the near future. 
You will find a lot of info on him
and his work via Google search and constantly changing work at 
www.alansondheim.org

[12:38] >>> OCADland: Alan Dojoji (Alan Sondheim maestro artista neto) se 
trabaja en nuevas obras por encima de los estudios y ha donado una nueva 
escultura que ya está instalado en la Conferencia Híbrido SIM. \n\n Alan en 
la labor de la Odisea se tomará en breve y que está trabajando en un nuevo 
trabajo que se mostrará en la Galería Laboratorio híbridos en un futuro 
próximo. Va a encontrar mucha información sobre él \n y su obra a través de 
búsqueda de Google y en constante evolución en el trabajo 
www.alansondheim.org

[12:38]  Alan Dojoji: Maybe I could use part of ourconversation as a 
description...
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[12:56]  Alan Dojoji: Are these at all useful?

[since then additional objects at OCAD and objects imported from OCAD into 
Odyssey - both sites feed each other - OCAD a new direction for me - however]

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