Google-translated from Polish. Original is here
http://www.artinamericamagazine.com/news-features/interviews/protesting-the-guggenheim-in-abu-dhabi-an-interview-with-gulf/by Matthew Shen GoodmanCourtesy G.U.L.F.ADVERTISEMENT
http://www.dwutygodnik.com/artykul/4992-system-nas-wykorzystuje.html By IWO ZMYŚLONY (Google translated from the Polish):
Polish Version: http://www.krytykapolityczna.pl/artykuly/kultura/20130615/fischer-sztuka-potrzebuje-bailoutu
- Guernica Magazine: Creative resistance, via public art, in an age of pessimism and a city of commerce2013
http://www.guernicamag.com/daily/kirsten-oregan-agora-phobia/By Kirsten O’ReganIn ancient Athens, the agora functioned as market, civic center, and meeting-place; a large, open space ringed by temples, shops, libraries, theatres, and administrative buildings, it was a buzzing communal hub and a locus of financial and political exchange. Supporting social networks and the free trade of goods, services, and ideas, the agora enabled public speech and was thus central to the establishment of democracy.
By: Paddy Johnson
Saturday September 17, 2011 a peaceful movement inspired by Tahrir Square in Egypt, Puerta del Sol in Madrid, and the worldwide rage against an out-of-control financial system blossomed in New York City just as the Summer of Change turns to Fall. Protesters who had hoped to occupy Wall Street were not suprised to find the pedestrian mall completely shut down by the NYPD. However, The protest went on anyway in other locations of the Financial District and it continues as of this writing. The Summer of Change project is taking part in
This interview with Noah Fischer occurred at his gallery exhibit, “Monitor,” at Claire Oliver on November 12th.
Noah Fischer – State of the Art from KA21 / CastYourArt on Vimeo.
Conversation/Chat on Technological Trash and Related Ideas between NoahFischer and Gene McHugh.11:31 AM Gene: so -how did you get interested in thinking about technology and junk?your new pieces seem to be a sort of post-apocalyptic depiction of high tech gone bad.11:32 AM Noah: yes, I saw the two extremes of the tech/design process: the i-phone ofdesire on one hand (and all the advertising that goes with it) and the 7 year-old beigemonitors in trash piles on the other, on their way to China to be melted down in toxic
Between 10 and 19 March, the Kunstenfestivaldesarts held a discussion with Noah Fischer via e-mail. The following text is an excerpt from that e-mail exchange. Both Rhetoric Machine and Pop Art are discussed in it.