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Laurent Vo Anh's mosaic

Anomalies construites

Vidéo HD, 7'41'', 2011, Réalisation : Julien Prévieux

I'm google

Documentation Marcel Ophüls

Out of Breath.
Une pièce sonore de Jean-Philippe Renoult inspirée de l'affaire Bettencourt

> via soundcloud

Stand with Bradley!
Stand with accused whistle-blower US Army Pfc. Bradley Manning

Collateral Murder

WikiLeaks has released a classified US military video depicting the indiscriminate slaying of over a dozen people in the Iraqi suburb of New Baghdad -- including two Reuters news staff.Reuters has been trying to obtain the video through the Freedom of Information Act, without success since the time of the attack. The video, shot from an Apache helicopter gun-sight, clearly shows the unprovoked slaying of a wounded Reuters employee and his rescuers. Two young children involved in the rescue were also seriously wounded. >http://collateralmurder.org/

CLUB FOOT 30th Anniversary

CLUB FOOT was the collaborative brain child of several creatively starved individuals recently arrived in San Francisco from the East coast (August78') who were searching
for a new kind of public venue with which to promote their eclectic mix of socio-political critique, art performance, degenerate/ avant/jazz/pop musical influences,
and personal aesthetic. Originally conceived by Richard Kelly and JC Garrett along with Richard Edson they were soon joined by Cindy Buff and Kippy Robinson
in establishing a cabaret w/rehearsal studio and record label attached. The art/music/performance group the ALTERBOYS became the ad hoc house band.
> CLUB FOOT web site
Subterranean Records has repressed a special limited edition of the Club Foot LP
including Club Foot Orchestra, Longshoremen, Bay of Pigs, Alterboys
> download

Teppo Matsumaru | Live in Kinshicho

Listen to a performance by Kawachi Ondo master Teppo Matsumaru recorded live at Kinshicho Festival, Tokyo on 27.08.2009 (25'40")
> website

Bucharest Below Ground (photography Poul Madsen) 2008
A multimedia documentary about the life of homeless families and drug addicts who find refuge in abandonned sewage pipes in central Bucharest

Tokyo's Burning -Australian Broadcasting Corporation
-with the participation of Robert Guillain, author of 'I Saw Tokyo Burning'

The most devastating civic fire in history occurred near the end of World War II in Tokyo.
In just a few hours on the night of March 10, 1945, about 100,000 people died and a million homes were destroyed.
The down-town working class area was the target and 'those wood and paper homes consumed in just a few minutes.
> transcript of the radio program (eng/french)
> Photos from Tokyo Air Raid and Other Operations

Entretiens avec Jean Rouch (France Culture, 1988)

01. La jeunesse Ses souvenirs d'enfance et de jeunesse à Alger, Mayence et Casablanca Son retour à Paris dans les années 30. 24'30

02. Les études et la guerre. Ses études à l'Ecole des Ponts et chaussées. Henri Langlois, Marcel Griaule, Mary Meerson et Nanouk de Robert Flaherty.
La deuxième guerre mondiale.23'30''

03. Découverte de l'Afrique. Son départ en 1941 au Niger ou il constate le racisme et les éprouvantes conditions de travail des africains sur les chantiers.
Sa découverte de Dakar. 25'

04. Berlin en 1945. Pendant ses permissions il débute des études d'ethnologie. Ebauche d'un projet de film 'Couleurs du temps Berlin 1945'. 25'19''

05. 1946-47 L'Afrique. La descente du fleuve Niger en 1946-47. La rencontre avec Marcel Griaule en pays Dogon.
Ses satisfactions d'ethnologue et ses déceptions de cinéaste. 30'

Riot 1969 -Gong with Soft Machine in France

Do or Diy Wet Sounds - The Best Of All Things Particularly Avant Retard (2007)

> download a zip file of the whole album, or link to the ten MP3 tracks

Mehdi Hercberg's drawings

click drawings in the menu

Bazooka Production in Liberation (1977)

rare scans from the work of the graphic-commando .
> visit also the bazooka's public gallery

The Whale Hunt

A 3214 photographs sequence documenting a whale hunt in Alaska.
Photos were taken every 5mn during a period of 12 days and are presented through a sophisticated slide-show interface.

Khmer Rocks

> Read Nick Cohn's article: A Voice From The Killing Fields

The Embryo Hunts In Secret
Sign the petition to lift the ?X rating? ban on Koji Wakamatsu's film

> read an interview with Wakamatsu Koji >via Midnight Eye

Marc Garanger -Identification d'une Guerre (Algerie 1960-62)

Russian Prison Tattoos

A Mike Davis Interview on his book "Car Bombs"

In english w/french subtitles -23' >via ZONES30000 jours / 30000 days

The Century of the Self, Part 01: Happiness Machines -By Adam Curtis (2002)

Edward Bernays, Freud's american nephew, showed to American corporations
how they could make people want things they didn't need by linking mass-produced goods
to their unconcious desires. each part: 58' >via internet archive

The Century of the Self, Part 02: The Engineering of Consent

This is the story of how Zigmung Freud's ideas about the uncouncious mind,
was use by those in power in post-war America to try controll and manipulate the masses...

The Century of The Self, Part 03: There is a Policeman Inside All Our Heads: He Must Be Destroyed

In the 1960s, a radical group of psychotherapists challenged the influence of Freudian ideas in America.
Out of this came a political movement that sought to create new beings free of the psychological conformity.
This rapidly developed into the irresistible rise of the expressive self: the Me Generation.
But the American corporations and politics soon realised that this new self was not a threat but their greatest opportunity...

The Century of The Self, Part 04: Eight People Sipping Wine in Kettering

This final episode explains how politicians on the left, in both Britain with Tony Blair and America with Bill Clinton,
used the focus group, which had been invented by psychoanalysts, in order to regain power.
They set out to mould their policies to people's inner desires and feelings, just as capitalism had learnt to do with products.
What they didn't realise was that the aim of those who had originally created these techniques had not been to liberate the people
but to develop a new way of controlling them.

Post-war Japanese Marxist radicals and the New Left in the 1960s and 1970s
-an interview with Patricia Steinhoff

> via neojaponisme

Twentieth Century Dreams -Guy Peellaert (1999)

Charles & Ray Eames - Arlene Francis "Home" show, NBC television (1956)

Enrique Metinides -Adela Legarreta Rivas is struck by a white Datsun on Avenida Chapultepec, 29 April, 1979

TALIBAN -Thomas Dworzac (2001)

Water Walk -John Cage on a TV Game Show (1960)

Kiss Kiss Kiss -animation film by Tadanori Yokoo (1964)

The Desperate Bicycles Complete Anthology (1977-1980)

A history of the "Amen Break" and its peculiar relationship to current copyright law, mpg4 >via nkhstudio.com Music For One Apartment And Six Drummers -by Ola Simonsson and Johannes Stjärne Nilsson

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