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ate with Simon Reynolds @ Incubate 2012′is now available on Vimeo. Simon Reynolds kicked off Incubate’s DIY Conference with a keynote speech on the context and background of Do It Yourself in pop culture.
Simon Reynolds is a British music critic currently living in Los Angeles. He is author of the books Rip
It Up and Start Again: Post Punk 1978-1984and Energy Flash: A Journey Through Rave Music and Dance Culture. In 2011, Reynolds published the much-discussed book Retromania, about pop culture’s addiction to its own past. As a freelance journalist since
the late Eighties he has contributed to magazines such as The New York Times, Spin, The Guardian, The Wire, Mojo, Slate, and Frieze. He also maintains a number of blogs centered around his primary online outlet, Blissblog.
Please take note: the first minutes of the speech have been removed due to poor sound quality. Also, this conference wasn’t broadcasted on our live stream, so this’ll
be the first time you can watch it if you weren’t there.
An update with Simon Reynolds was recorded by Victor-Zorro at NWE Vorst, Tilburg.Tags: an update with, diy conference, incu12, incubate, incubate 2012, simon reynolds
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Capitalism, Is There No Alternative? @ Incubate 2012′ is now available on Vimeo. Leading radical blogger and professor ‘cultural analysis’ Mark Fisher was one of the keynote speakers at this year’s Incubate DIY-conference.
In his book Capitalist Realism, Mark Fisher surveys the symptoms of our current cultural malaise. After 1989, capitalism has successfully presented itself as the only realistic political-economic system. We live in a world in which we have been told, again and again, that There Is No Alternative. Using examples from politics, films, fiction, work and education, he argues that capitalist realism colours all areas of contemporary experience, while even holding out the prospect of an antidote.
Fisher: Capitalism, Is There No Alternative?
Fisher: Capitalism, Is There No Alternative?was recorded by Victor-Zorro at NWE Vorst, Tilburg.
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Robert Levine is the author of Free Ride: How Digital Parasites are Destroying the Culture Business, and How the Culture Business Can Fight
Back, which the New York Times Book Review called “a book that should change the debate about the future of culture.” Levine has been covering pop culture, technology and the awkward dance between them for 15
years. He has been the executive editor of Billboard and has contributed to Wired, Rolling Stone and the New York Times, amongst others.Tags: diy conference, How Digital Parasites are Destroying the Culture Business and How the Culture Business Can Fight Back, incubate 2012, robert levine
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” target=”_blank”>Roy Wilkinson: Rock reportage in the 21st century is now available on Vimeo.
Louder Than War and Incendiary magazine. Journalist Roy Wilkinson will start proceedings with a reading from his book Do It For Your Mum, an acclaimed account of family life, rock music and forestry and the first publication from Rough Trade Books (The Guardian: “The year’s finest memoir”). This will
swiftly lead into a panel discussion on the current relationship between music and the written word – websites, books, magazines, hand-détourned serviettes – with Roy, John Doran of the Quietus website and John Robb of The Membranes and the Louder Than War website. The talk will be hosted by Richard Foster of incendiarymag.com website, with live flute (and conversation) from musician and BBC documentary maker Clare Tavernor. Expect lively debate on whether the internet is murdering mags and music as we have known them, plus psychotropic dreams of Ruud Gullit, the Haldern Bulb Riot and the good old days when you could see Eddie & The Hotrods at Central London Polytechnic for £1.20.Tags: Clare Tavernor, diy conference, do it for your mum, Incendiary Magazine, John Doran (The Quietus), john robb, Louder than War, panel, richard foster, rock reportage in the 21st century, rough trade books, roy wilkinson, The Membranes, vimeo
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Damo Suzuki is the former singer of one of the most influential bands of the last century: Can. In 1997, he started the Damo Suzuki Network, that played three shows in Tilburg in unique formations. Everyone could join, from visitors to international musicians. At the DIY Conference, Suzuki was interviewed about
the origins of and thoughts behind this project.Tags: a q&a with damo suzuki, can, damo suzuki, damo suzuki's network, diy conference, incubate 2012, the biggest band in the world, vimeo
had fun watching the Q&A with Damo and Mark Fisher talking at our DIY Conference at the NWE Vorst or at the live stream yesterday. You can watch Robert Levine speak in just ten minutes at the live stream which you can find below. He will speak between 12.00 and 13.00.
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The conference of Mark Fisher (Capitalism, Is There No Alternative) and the Q&A with Damo Suzuki with his project The Biggest Band In The World can be stream here below. Fisher’s conference will be at 13.45 – 14.45 and Suzuki between 15.15 – 16.15. The recordings from the keynote by Simon Reynolds [12.00-13.00] will be available later on. Tomorrow we’re gonna give you a live stream from Robert Levine [12.00-13.00] and Roy Wilkinson [15.15 - 16.15]
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Today it’s the first day of our DIY Conference. There are still some tickets left, but we can understand that not everybody has the possibility to attend. But no worries, there’s a live stream available on this page.
The conference of Mark Fisher (Capitalism, Is There No Alternative) and the Q&A with
Damo Suzuki with his project The Biggest Band In The World can be stream here below. Fisher’s conference will be at 13.45 – 14.45 and Suzuki between 15.15 – 16.15. The recordings from the keynote by Simon Reynolds [12.00-13.00] will be available later on. Tomorrow we’re gonna give you a live stream from Robert Levine [12.00-13.00] and Roy Wilkinson [15.15 - 16.15]
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Are you getting excited viagra without prescription for the DIY Conference in De NWE Vorst yet? Pre-sale for the event has ended,
but of course you’re still able to get tickets at the entrance of the conference for Pay What You Want. Also: there has been a last-minute change in the time schedule. Annette Dölle, who is very busy preparing the Keep It Clean Day! NL, had to reschedule her speech to Saturday instead of Friday. She will speak at 12:00 in the Red Salon on Saturday in De NWE Vorst. So make sure to be on time to witness her inspiring speech that morning. See you at the Incubate DIY Conference!
Imagine you wish your country totally clean, 50K people helped and tons of garbage is gone in one single day! This happened to Rainer Nolvak in Estonia. This year 94 countries are in. Annette Dölle is initiator at Keep It Clean Day! On the 21st of September the country will be cleaned from all litter and trash and you can help to make it happen! Annette speaks at the DIY Conference about organizing this massive clean up, obstacles, culture issues, activating people and getting them enthusiastic.
The Incubate DIY Conference 2012 will take place on Friday September 14 & 15 at De NWE Vorst in Tilburg. Besides providing a lot of kicks during the festival, Incubate also offers contemplation with our DIY Conference. Speakers include Simon Reynolds (Retromania), Mark Fisher (Capitalist Realism), Robert Levine (Free Ride), Chris Jones (The Guerilla Filmmakers Guide) and Damo Suzuki (ex-Can).
The time schedule for these two days is available now and downloadable below as pdf. A more expansive explanation of the different talks, panels, masterclasses and presentations can be found here. if you want to be sure to get in du
ring the conference, we would advise you to buy a ticket in pre-sale. Tickets are available on this page. We want the event to be accessible for everyone. That’s why we chose to
make use of the Pay What You Want-pricing mechanism. This way, our visitors have the control to determine the value of the conference and
the discussion involved.
Download the full time schedule for the Incubate DIY Conference here. See you in September!
With the additions of Robert Levine, author of Free Ride and Mark Fisher (Capitalist Realism) for the speakers program and masterclasses by the Center for Artistic Activism and Santiago Sierra, we now have the final additions for the program of the Incubate DIY Conference on September 14 and 15. Three additional panels have been confirmed, plus the exact program for ‘It’s The End of the Web As We Know It; Speakersprogram hosted by Freshheads’ is now also confirmed. Read about the confirmations below. Full program for the conference is here.
Tickets for the DIY Conference are on sale as of now. If you want to be sure to get in on these days, we can only advise to get your ticket in pre-sale here. Tickets are Pay What You Want, so you can determine the value of the conference and program yourself. Here are the final panel-additions:
The amateur vs. the professional: visual arts, Open Source and the curator’s role in 2012 (panel)
The conventional structure of ‘gatekeepers’, who determine what the public gets to see seems to shift to that of synergy between the artists and their audience. With this idea Incubate organized the Open Source Expo. The concept is simple: artists apply with two to five artworks, the curator chooses one artwork and composes an exhibition with all these works. Everyone joins in, nobody gets excluded. Why would an artist send in work for free? Why would a professional artist want to exhibit their work next to an amateur? What is the role of the curator in an exhibition without a strict contextual framework?