VariousArt's Birthday 2005-2010

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1-1Ward WeisA Letter By Letter Reading Of Robert Filliou’s Whispered Art History
1-2Marc Weiser*Wär Ich Doch In Düsseldorf Geblieben
1-3Norbert Math + Daniel LercherThe Great Highlander Jubilee
1-4David Fenech + Jac Berrocal + Ghédalia TazartèsQuando
1-5Karl-Heinz Blomann + Richard OrtmannSometimes Pumpstation
1-6Arsenije JovanovićBirthday Collage, Selected Fragments From Arts Birthday Contributions
1-7Martin JežekSound Performance Based On Milan Grygar’s Graphic Scores
1-8Olesya RostovskayaShine
2-1Radboud MensDrone
2-2Olesya RostovskayaMusic Of Breath
2-3Leopoldo Amigo + Miguel MolinaDudadadá
2-4Ivan Marušić + Ivana IvkovićIn The Place Where We Are, Still Looking For Some Relation
2-5Jérôme Joy + Dinahbird + Caroline Bouissou + Björn Eriksson + Kaffe Matthews + Emmanuelle GibelloSobralasolas! A Parasite Radiopera
2-6Robert Rudolf And The Joystick Radio Melody Orchestra*Dans La Petite Maison Sous Les Chutes
2-7Jaap Blonk + Werner Dafeldecker + Markus Popp + Matthias Schubert + Martin BrandlmayrRedesigning The Future … Remix
2-8Stephie Büttrich + Anne WellmerIf I Could I Had But I Can’t So I Didn’t …Live Sound Track For A Radio Cartoon


“Art’s Birthday” is an annual event first proposed in 1963 by French artist Robert Filliou. He suggested that 1,000,000 years ago, there was no art. But one day, on the 17th of January to be precise, Art was born. According to Filliou, it happened when someone dropped a dry sponge into a bucket of water. Modest beginnings, but look at us now. Filliou proposed a public holiday to celebrate the presence of art in our lives. In recent years, the idea has been taken up by a loose network of artists and friends around the world. Each year the Eternal Network evolves to include new partners – working with the ideas of exchange and telecommunications-art. Artists have celebrated Art’s Birthday with lavish parties and gatherings, correspondence and mailart, and through Telematic networks using SloScan TV, Videophones, music composed for telephone lines, modem-to-modem MIDI connections, early bulletin board and chat systems, and (starting in the mid 1990’s) the Internet.



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