Geert Lovink on Sun, 18 Jan 2009 22:27:47 +0100 (CET)

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[Nettime-nl] theatre audience as critical users?

> From: "Alexander Karschnia" <>
> Date: 18 January 2009 5:28:43 PM
> Subject: Fwd: theatre audience as critical users?
> The international performance group andcompany&Co. is coming to  
> Amsterdam to show MAUSOLEUM BUFFO, the third part of their trilogy  
> on the "end of communism" at Theater Frascati on tuesday and  
> wednesday, 20th and 21st of Jan at 21h. In an interview with cut-up  
> magazine it is claimed, that the emancipated audience is comparable  
> to critical users and that this is a phenomenon of POP culture:
> Can one mix the media of absence and the media of presence? Or is  
> the theatre the natural enemy of the net - and vice versa?
> And: Is the tradition of "radenkommunismus" in Holland a godfather  
> for tactical media?
> And last: Shouldn't Anton Pannekoek be celebrated in this "year of  
> astronomy"? And is the utopia of "radenkommunismus" comparable to a  
> radiant star on the night-sky? Has this star stopped glowing?

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