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Ryan Griffis on Thu, 9 Apr 2015 00:20:57 +0200 (CEST)


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   Tilman,

   This is later, but I know someone who did just what you described in
   the 2000s. Maybe, maybe not what you are looking for?

   http://intheconversation.blogs.com/art/2008/03/interview-with.html

   Ryan

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   Today's Topics:

      1. cady noland? haim steinbach? alvin toffler? (Tilman Baumg?rtel)

      2. Re: nottime: the end of nettime (dan {AT} geer.org)

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   Date: Tue, 07 Apr 2015 23:48:42 +0200
   From: Tilman Baumg?rtel <mail {AT} tilmanbaumgaertel.net>
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   Subject: <nettime> cady noland? haim steinbach? alvin toffler?
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   Dear all,

   please help me out.

   I remember seeing a sculpture made out of stacks of differently colored
   editions of Alvin Toffler?s  "Future Shock" in New York around
   1990/1993.

   In my memory, it was at a Whitney Biennial, and it was either by Cady
   Noland or Haim Steinbach, then art word big shots under the moniker of
   "Smart Art" - but apparently my memory does not serve me right, because
   I cannot find any reference on the net with any of these search words.
   That means that either I cannot remember stuff to well, or I used the
   wrong search terms, or there is stuff that Google does not know about.
   In any case, any hint to find this work would be appreciated, as in my
   mind this might be the first! work! of! post-net art! ever!
   Thanks,
   T.
   --
   Prof. Dr. Tilman Baumg?rtel
   mail {AT} tilmanbaumgaertel.net
   Twitter:  Tilman Baumgaertel ? {AT} tilmazio
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