Sunday, April 16, 2006

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NO PICTURE

comments/studies/experiences of 'nothing':

Bukoff & Butler do nothing -

http://www.fluxus.org/FluxusMidwest/klondike/documentary/index.html

Easter - according to Bibical legend, the tomb was empty.

John Cage - 4'33"

"i don't play bass...i play 'space'." - Bootsy Collins

death.

waiting and waiting and waiting for the love of your life to call.

standing all alone in the middle of Death Valley for 2 hours.

BUY NOTHING DAY : http://www.adbusters.org/metas/eco/bnd/

Nothing is sacred.

THE ART OF NOTHING: http://www.primitive.org/nothing.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nothing

http://www.bernardbelanger.com/computing/NaDa/

Rich Grula’s BE BLANK Art Show:

“The BE BLANK SHOW was launched at DMAC, UCF's Downtown Media Arts Center in Orlando in mid-March to a mix of insane support and general confusion. That was to be expected though as we're talking about an empty gallery with nothing but little cards on the wall. Some people popped into the gallery and literally stopped dead in their tracks, looked around and fled as fast as their feet would carry them. Some people refused to believe a show was hanging, no matter how much wine I poured. Such is an Orlando art crowd.

But a lot of people got the whole thing. They'd start reading the pieces, get into it, read everything, pick favorites and discuss with their friends. The most enthusiastic would then make suggestions for additions in the theme of the show. My fave suggestion was renting an "gallery audio tour cassette" with nothing but white noise on the tape. That guy really got the show.

You can read a bit more as well as see all the pieces at the DMAC web site, www.dmacorlando.com. Click on the Art Exhibits link. The pdfs there (yes, I fixed the links recently) show each of the pieces of the show. In the spirit of the show, I've made it possible for anyone to own a piece from this show. All they need is some blank wall space to complete the effect.

Rich Grula
Director, DMAC"

http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/nothingness/

NP: Richard Hell-Television's version of "Blank Generation" alternating with Secret Machines' "Now Here is Nowhere"

PEEVE DE JOUR: nothing

N.B.A.T.W.P.: nothing

7 Comments:

Anonymous allenbukoff said...

How did you forget to list " (blank) "--YOUR Kent, Ohio, newsletter that got the early word out and about about Devo, Tin Huey, Waitresses, etc?

1:53 AM  
Blogger CBeezwax said...

eh. and it's not online anywhere to link to so eh again...

cb

11:35 AM  
Anonymous allenbukoff said...

time to put it online, no? got scanner?

1:10 PM  
Blogger Harvey Gold said...

absolutely fabulous nothings, dudes.

1:22 PM  
Blogger CBeezwax said...

no scanner. pay taxes first, then maybe think about getting one...

cb

3:54 PM  
Anonymous rick dailey said...

8:14 PM  
Blogger CBeezwax said...

!!!!!!

excellent, RD!

cb

9:44 PM  

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