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Disturbances+ commented on brokencitylab 's festival work Cross-Border Communication
6 years ago

"Broken City Lab's project/projects capture and are captured by the growth of globalization-is-border..."

Disturbances+ likes brokencitylab 's work
6 years ago

Cross-Border Communication

Disturbances+ likes nknouf 's work
6 years ago

Journal of Journal Performance Studies

Disturbances+ commented on nknouf 's festival work Journal of Journal Performance Studies
6 years ago

"This journal has always been a useful space for considering a number of important cross-sections bet..."

Disturbances+ commented on ivank123 's festival work Radical ATM Service
6 years ago

"This project contains a direct link to certain histories of tactical media or electronic disturbance..."

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6 years ago

Radical ATM Service

Disturbances+ commented on cubo23 's festival work Los ojos de la milpa (The eyes of the milpa)
6 years ago

"The question of an un-documentary form is important quality that the project traces. How can the pol..."

Disturbances+ commented on cubo23 's festival work Los ojos de la milpa (The eyes of the milpa)
6 years ago

"The question of an un-documentary form is important quality that the project traces. How can the pol..."

Disturbances+ likes FakePress 's project
6 years ago

Squatting Supermarkets

Disturbances+ commented on FakePress 's project Squatting Supermarkets
6 years ago

"This project has a great performative matrix that can playfully add to a more general cognitive mapp..."

Disturbances+ commented on primaveraromana 's project Rome. Practices of Agro Nomadism
6 years ago

"I like avant-gardening gestures very much. This one seems to have a number of strong qualities and t..."

Disturbances+ commented on cecilia 's project Pamoyo
6 years ago

"Remix fashion as recycled fashion is not new-but I like the expansion of the algo-rhythm of this ges..."

Disturbances+ commented on skndugan 's project Gender Type
6 years ago

"As the engines of visibility and big data create the current enclosure condition-the question of gen..."

Disturbances+ commented on mov 's project Beautifully Imperfects
6 years ago

"This gesture recalls the question of "tools" only having meaning to us-after it breaks. We are now i..."

Disturbances+ likes cecilia 's project
6 years, 1 month ago

Fashion Reloaded

Disturbances+ likes rok 's project
6 years, 1 month ago

Dirty clothes

Disturbances+ likes oliver 's project
6 years, 1 month ago

Izbrisani (The Erased)

Disturbances+ likes mitja 's project
6 years, 1 month ago


Disturbances+ likes primaveraromana 's project
6 years, 1 month ago

Rome. Practices of Agro Nomadism





Ricardo Dominguez

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United States of America




Ricardo Dominguez is a co-founder of The Electronic Disturbance Theater (EDT), a group who developed virtual sit-in technologies in solidarity with the Zapatistas communities in Chiapas, Mexico, in 1998. His recent Electronic Disturbance Theater 2.0/b.a.n.g. lab project ( http://bang.transreal.org/) with Brett Stalbaum, Micha Cardenas, Amy Sara Carroll, and Elle Mehrmand, the Transborder Immigrant Tool (a GPS cell phone safety net tool for crossing the Mexico/US border) was the winner of “Transnational Communities Award” (2008), an award funded by Cultural Contact, Endowment for Culture Mexico–US and handed out by the US Embassy in Mexico. It also was funded by CALIT2 and the UCSD Center for the Humanities. The Transborder Immigrant Tool has been exhibited at the 2010 California Biennial (OCMA), Toronto Free Gallery, Canada (2011), The Van Abbemuseum, Netherlands (2013), ZKM, Germany (2013), as well as a number of other national and international venues. The project was also under investigation by the US Congress in 2009-2010 and was reviewed by Glenn Beck in 2010 as a gesture that potentially “dissolved” the U.S. border with its poetry. Dominguez is an associate professor at the University of California, San Diego, in the Visual Arts Department, a Hellman Fellow, and Principal/Principle Investigator at CALIT2 and the Performative Nano-Robotics Lab at SME, UCSD. He also is co-founder of *particle group*, with artists Diane Ludin, Nina Waisman, Amy Sara Carroll, whose art project about nano-toxicology entitled *Particles of Interest: Tales of the Matter Market* has been presented at the House of World Cultures, Berlin (2007), the San Diego Museum of Art (2008), Oi Futuro, Brazil (2008), CAL NanoSystems Institute, UCLA (2009), Medialab-Prado, Madrid (2009), E-Poetry Festival, Barcelona, Spain (2009), Nanosférica, NYU (2010), and SOMA, Mexico City, Mexico (2012): http://hemisphericinstitute.org/hemi/en/particle-group-intro.

I have joined the Memfest community becasue i am interested in

artivism, tactical media, electronic disturbances, hacktivism, ECD, interventions....




Just doing stuff with other people

Working place




Music I like

has beat and I can dance to it!

Books I like

Lots of books. Big books, small books, invisible books, and books that talk to me.

Films I like

tend to flicker.

Communication projects I like

this one.

Websites I like

this one!

People I like

mostly everyone, accept those folks up in that office who work for the people at the top office-but know one knows who they are.