Nicholas O'Brien, Spring 2016

Readings


Roland Barthes, Toys (from Mythologies)
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Baruch College - Stacks - AC25 .B3132 1972b

Italo Calvino, Cosmicomics
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Augusto Boal, Theater of the Oppressed
Baruch College - Stacks - PN2051 .B63613 2008

Johan Huizinga, Homo Ludens (introduction, specifically theories on the "spoil sport")
Baruch College - Stacks - CB151 .H813 1955

Alex Galloway, What Can a Network Do? (Originally published in Spike Magazine)
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Donna Harraway, Cyborg Manifesto
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Hito Steyerl, Wretched From the Screen (in particular In Defense of the Poor Image)
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Adolfo Bioy Casares, The Invention of Morel (paired with Last Year in Marianbad)
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Baruch College - Stacks - PQ7797.B535 I6 1953 (In Spanish)

Alain Robbe-Grillet, Two Novels (Jealousy and In The Labyrinth)

Racter, The Policeman's Beard is Half Constructed
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Videos


Free Radicals. Len Lye
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DanielFromSL. Youtube Channel
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GamesDoneQuick. Twitch.tv Channel
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Throne of Blood. Akira Kurosawa
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Thunder. Takashi Ito
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Spacey.Takashi Ito
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Dear Arts Administrator. W.A.G.E.
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The Century of the Self. Adam Curtis
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Vsauce. Youtube Channel
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Everything and Nothing. BBC Four
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Connections. James Burke
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The Outside World. David O'Reiley
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Somewhere Only We Know. Jesse McLean
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Magic for Beginners. Jesse McLean
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Goshogaoka. Sharon Lockhart
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Double Tide. Sharon Lockhart
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Whispering Pines 3. Shana Moulton
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Whispering Pines 8. Shana Moulton
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Virocrypsis. Andrea Crespo
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Watch on your own:

Last Year in Marienbad, Alain Resnais.

Hiroshima Mon Amour, Alain Resnais.

What are Artist's Picks?

In conjunction with their exhibitions, each New Media Artspace resident artist assembles a collection of reference materials to help visitors and students understand their work and artistic process. These Artist’s Picks can be anything that inspires or contextualizes the exhibition. They include essays, films, books, interviews, TV shows and more. Ranging from theory to popular culture, Artist’s Picks offer another layer of meaning to New Media Artspace exhibitions. They are archived online as a teaching resource and for anyone interested in researching the artist or exhibition themes.

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