Art + Research: E-Pamphlet Series




  • The TECHNE Art + Research e-pamphlet series foregrounds the relationship between creative research methodologies and contemporary art and writing practice, critical making, and digital scholarship. The series features experimental publications composed by artists, creative writers, digital humanities scholars, remixologists, and critical theorists whose creative work investigates our contemporary moment. Our initial set of pamphlets will be published every two weeks starting April 2017.
    • WHAT IS TECHNE?

      April 17, 2017


      TECHNE Lab founder Mark Amerika wrote the lab's first white paper in 2002. Fifteen years later, he has added an addendum that repositions the lab as an experimental space for interventionist practice-based research into emerging forms of digital art, writing and theory.
      • W3F1

        Forthcoming


        Denver-based artists Laleh Mehran and Chris Coleman describe their WF3I project as "a social movement, a philosophy, a path to responsbile connectivity between our online/offline lives and to each other", proposing "a new strategy for our online communications: wee-fi."

        Visit W3F1 Installation @GOCA
        Opening: May 5, 2017 (5-9p)
        Artist Talk: June 2, 2017 (5:30p)

        • 95 THESES

          Forthcoming


          In 95 Theses, America's eminent poet Charles Bernstein uses terms from Erving Goffman's Frame Analysis to make a case for shifts in moods and style in scholarly writing. "I am retiring in 2019", Bernstein writes, "so take this as something of a swan song, or, anyway, duck soup."
          • JOHANNA DRUCKER REMIXED: "NO FILE IS EVER SELF-IDENTICAL"

            Forthcoming


            Joel Katelnikoff's new series of experimental writing works blur the distinction between practice, theory and applied remixology. "What began as an exploration now threatens to become an institution" opens his latest remix. "We like to think we both theorized and produced the fabric of meaning. We are simply a convention."
            • TOWARDS AN
              OBJECT-ORIENTED PRACTICE-RESEARCH

              Forthcoming


              Paul Caplan's Towards an object-oriented practice-research is at once a philosophical mashup of object-oriented ontology, new media critique, and political rant. "Products are processes", he writes, "as fleeting and ephemeral as the object assemblages under investigation."