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UBERMORGEN . COM on Fri, 7 Aug 2009 01:14:42 +0200 (CEST)


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<nettime> book offer for nettimers: UBERMORGEN.BOOK, MEDIA HACKING VS. CONCEPTUAL ART


hello dear nettimers and nettimerinnen,

we are glad that we are finally putting our UM.B book out into the wild,

please find attached a short description of the publication with the
contents, including a list of authors and the infos on where to get  
the book..

if you would like to have a review-copy, mailus to  
officeR {AT} ubermorgen.com
and we will be glad to send you one. thats for friends, vips and  
press for sure,
so i guess for all of you ;)

or you can get a copy in belfast from us, we will be at ISEA from 24-30,
keynote on the 26th of aug, 5pm, ..plus come see our  "Superenhanced
Military Tribunal" Installation at Golden Thread Gallery Belfast..  
damned
again.. this email is just loaded with promotion (promo gifts)

all the best, enjoy the northern-summer!
hans&&lizvlx&&thekidz


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UM.B

UBERMORGEN.COM - MEDIA HACKING VS. CONCEPTUAL ART
HANS BERNHARD / LIZVLX
Alessandro Ludovico (Ed.)
Christoph Merian Verlag
ISBN 978-3856164607, Euro 24,00



For the first time and marking UBERMORGEN.COM 's 10-year anniversary,  
a critical examination of the complete body of work of the artist duo  
lizvlx and Hans Bernhard is presented in the form of a 200 page book,  
which includes more than 200 color pictures.

A highly varied assortment of critics, curators, and artists reflect  
on UBERMORGEN.COM's border crossings in the channels of global mass  
media and on their radical actions above the abyss of the  
international art scene. It is this conglomerate of conceptual art,  
software art, fine art, media hacking, net.art and media actionism  
that makes UBERMORGEN.COM the hybrid Gesamtkunstwerk that stands out  
in Europe's media art avant-garde.

It includes texts and interviews by and with Inke Arns, Florian  
Cramer, Régine Debatty, Raffael Dörig, Marina Grzinic, Jacob  
Lillemose, Alessandro Ludovico, Stefan Nussbaumer, Hans Ulrich  
Obrist, Domenico Quaranta, Yukiko Shikata, Cornelia Sollfrank,  
Grischinka Teufl and Peter Weibel.

The project section of the catalogue features exemplary projects such  
as [V]ote-Auction, the Generator Tetralogy, the Psych|OS cycle and  
the EKMRZ Trilogy: GWEI - Google Will Eat Itself, Amazon Noir – The  
Big Book Crime and The Sound of eBay.

The Monograph is a joint effort from three solo exhibitions held at  
the Basler Forum für Neue Medien [plug.in] (2005), at HMKV - Hartware  
MedienKunstVerein Dortmund (2006) and at Overgaden Contemporary Art  
Institute Copenhagen (2006). Funded by Bundesamt fuer Kultur  
Switzerland, Danish Art Council, net.ART council Texas USA and Migros- 
Kulturprozent Switzerland.


ORDER NOW!

Amazon.de:
http://tinyurl.com/UM-Amazon-de
Merianverlag Switzerland:
http://tinyurl.com/UM-Merianverlag-CH-E

AVAILABLE ONLINE
OR IN ASSORTED BOOKSTORES

FRIENDS, VIPs AND PRESS WILL RECEIVE A FREE COPY UPON REQUEST



Contact:
UBERMORGEN.COM
Favoritenstrasse 26/5
A-1040 Vienna/Austria
Phone: +43 650 930 00 61
Contact: Hans Bernhard
officeR {AT} ubermorgen.com
http://www.ubermorgen.com




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ISBN: 978-88-903308-5-8, Euro 25,00
http://www.fpeditions.com/libri/schedauber.html



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(bow)


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