Angelo Vermeulen : une proposition sonore

ANGELO VERMEULEN

URANIUM, MUTATION AND THE POST-APOCALYPTIC STATE
[1] MoozE – Rads Pt1
[2] Maurizio Bianchi – Maidanek Bacterium
[3] Stephen Vitiello – With P.Oliveros for JDK
[4] William Burroughs – Thing Police Keep All Boardroom Reports
[5] Bob George – Warhead in the Forehead
[6] Social Interiors (Fahey/Rue) – Russian Around
[7] Stephen Vitiello – Bite for Andrew Deutsch
[8] MoozE – Mutation
[9] A Place to Pray – Thelema (Excerpt)
[10] Wolf Vostell – Telemetre
[11] MoozE – The Thing
[12] Stuart Brisley – There Will Be No Disasters (Georgiana Collection V)
[13] The Psychic Workshop – Apocalypse (From Transmissions of Decadence)
[14] William Burroughs – Uranian Willy (Rewrite)
[15] MoozE – Dead Cities
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Angelo Vermeulen is a visual artist, biologist, author, activist, and DJ.
His research in ecology, environmental pollution and teratology informs his art, which includes bio installations, experimental setups incorporating living organisms and science fiction references. His projects include ‘Blue Shift’, a Darwinian art project in collaboration with evolutionary biologist Prof. Luc De Meester, and ‘Biomodd’, a worldwide series of cross-cultural, symbiotic installations in which social interaction, ecology, and game culture converge. Next to developing ‘Corrupted C#n#m#’, an experimental cinema project that explores the physicality of digital media, he currently also collaborates with the MELiSSA life support division of the European Space Agency. ‘Translucent Futures’ is Vermeulen’s activist/research platform in which he examines the downfall of civil rights through digital and ubiquitous technologies. He co-authored the book ‘Baudelaire in Cyberspace: Dialogues on Art, Science and Digital Culture’ with philosopher Antoon Van den Braembussche, and lectures throughout Europe, Southeast Asia, and North America. He is Advisor at Sint-Lucas Visual Arts in Ghent, Belgium, Adjunct Professor at the University of the Philippines Open University, and a TED Fellow.
http://www.angelovermeulen.net/

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