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@vni@tldr.nettime.org
2024-06-17 23:15:45

From Saturday, June 15, and in parallel to the exhibition Thomas Arslan at n.b.k., Arsenal will present a comprehensive retrospective of Thomas Arslan’s films! It explores the film aesthetics that have influenced Arslan and is accompanied by introductions and discussions.
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Neuer Berliner Kunstverein on Instagram: "From Saturday, June 15, and in parallel to the exhibition Thomas Arslan at n.b.k., Arsenal will present a comprehensive retrospective of Thomas Arslan’s films! It explores the film aesthetics that have influenced Arslan and is accompanied by introductions and discussions. These are the dates for June (the program continues in July & August, find the full schedule on our website!) Unless otherwise stated, all films are by Thomas Arslan, in German, and subtitled in English: Sat, June 15, 8 pm Am Rand (1991); Am Rand Revisited (2024); Im Sommer (Die sichtbare Welt) (1992) Followed by a discussion with Thomas Arslan, moderated by Birgit Kohler Sun, June 16, 8 pm Preview: Verbrannte Erde (2024) Followed by a discussion with Thomas Arslan, moderated by Birgit Kohler Tue, June 18, 8 pm Mach die Musik leiser (1994) Introduction: Diedrich Diederichsen Thu, June 20, 8 pm Geschwister – Kardeşler (1996) Introduction: Till Kadritzke Sat, June 22, 7 pm The Cool World (by Shirley Clarke, 1963, original English version without subtitles) Introduction: Thomas Arslan Wed, June 26, 8 pm Dealer (1998) Introduction: Michael Baute Fri, June 28, 8 pm Der schöne Tag (2001) Followed by a conversation with Serpil Turhan, moderated by Birgit Kohler The film series is curated by Birgit Kohler (Head of Programming Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art in Berlin). Venue: Kino Arsenal at Filmhaus am Potsdamer Platz, Potsdamer Str. 2, 10785 Berlin Part of the exhibition Thomas Arslan June 8 – August 4, 2024 Tue–Sun 12–6 pm / Thu 12–8 pm @neuerberlinerkunstverein A project in cooperation with the Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art. Funded by Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg. Images: Film stills Verbrannte Erde (2024); Geschwister – Kardeşler (1997); Dealer (1999); Der schöne Tag (2001) © Thomas Arslan #neuerberlinerkunstverein #nbkberlin #thomasarslan #berlinfilm #berlincinema @neuerberlinerkunstverein @arsenalberlin @medienboard @piffl_medien @dffb_berlin #machdiemusikleiser #geschwister @tameryigitberlin @koolsavas #kardesler #dealer @idiluener #derschoenetag @florianstetter_official #verbrannteerde @marie_leuenberger_official @alexanderfehling #berlinerschule #berlin"
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@mgorny@social.treehouse.systems
2024-05-17 19:06:47

Autism spectrum condition, attachment to objects, "minimalism"
I could say that I'm a minimalist. Much like many other of my characteristics, this one stems from the autism spectrum.
Many people in the spectrum show emotional attachment to objects. Sometimes you could think of it as "hoarding", but for me it's mostly about strong negative feelings when something breaks, when I need to throw it away (interesting enough, I don't really mind giving it away, so others could use it, just trashing).
The simplest way to limit these negative feelings… is to have very little stuff. Don't buy, nor take, stuff that you don't need. Limit yourself to things that are really important, and ideally wait some more, look around, maybe it will turn out you didn't need it after all.
I don't have any plushies (anymore). Most of my old hardware were given "into good hands". Some is still waiting for a good way how to revive it. There are no ornaments over my walls, just an old clock that belonged to my grandmother, one from the "сделано в СССР" era. Its scary how outdated my smartphone firmware is.
I suppose some people will think it's an unhappy life. I don't really know. I don't think I've ever enjoyed mindless consumption. Perhaps as a child — but the excitation of novelty usually quickly gave way to disappointment.
And gifts, gifts are something I truly hate. But it's a separate topic, another kind of trauma.
#ActuallyAutistic #minimalism

@jrconlin@soc.jrconlin.com
2024-05-16 19:38:58

Complex systems are complex.
Had a few inadvertent learning opportunities these past few weeks. Some of them have been easy to sort out, others required the tech equivalent of a Ouija board.
Many could have been solved by project just writing things down.
blog…

@katrinakatrinka@infosec.exchange
2024-04-19 02:53:08

Tips for sports betting
1. Don't do it.
2. Want to learn more? Check out @…'s new interview with #AlexShephard on #TechWontSaveUs.
techwontsave.us/episode/217_ho

@j12t@social.coop
2024-04-18 02:26:06

During college, when my EE internship placed me in a manufacturing line job that was somewhat repetitive (not very repetitive as repetitive goes though), on the second day, I distinctly remember I felt like my brain was dying. It was not a good feeling.
So can confirm.
Fortunately, my manager saw sense and made me write some Turbo Pascal instead the day after.

I’d wanted to interview Jennifer Harris for years.
She has been the quiet intellectual force behind the Biden administration’s economic policies,
and she seemed key to understanding why both parties in Washington had walked away from free trade and neoliberalism
— the belief that free markets will bring prosperity and democracy around the world.
These matters felt personal to me.
I spent much of the Trump administration following steelworkers in Indiana who los…

@phpugmrn@phpc.social
2024-06-18 12:42:01

Our next #phpugmrn meetup will be on the 27th of June. Don't miss out – sign up using the following link meetup.com/phpug-rhein-neckar/<…

@Defiance@sfba.social
2024-05-17 19:55:20

Sun City Girls – “Sun City Girls” (1984)
First run pressing of 1000 copies on Placebo Records
Desert landscapes, weather, people, and culture are so unique. One of the quietest places on Earth, deserts tend to produce a lot of introspection. I assume this is why some of the weirdest and most creative art, particularly music, comes out of such regions.
I could never keep up with all the output from the Sun City Girls and the two brothers that constituted its core. But that’s…

Front cover of album jacket. Off white with "Sun City Girls" written in purplish text on top left. 

Bottom right has black and white charcoal drawing of a stick figure like person falling / diving, with arms extended behind them. 

Below is black vinyl 12" disc with orange label
Back album jacket. 

Sun City Girls written in plain text. Below that is a black and white picture of the band members, image reflected in a mirror or water. 

Black vinyl disc with orange label below
@arXiv_csRO_bot@mastoxiv.page
2024-04-18 06:53:12

Following the Human Thread in Social Navigation
Luca Scofano, Alessio Sampieri, Tommaso Campari, Valentino Sacco, Indro Spinelli, Lamberto Ballan, Fabio Galasso
arxiv.org/abs/2404.11327

@j12t@social.coop
2024-04-18 02:26:06

During college, when my EE internship placed me in a manufacturing line job that was somewhat repetitive (not very repetitive as repetitive goes though), on the second day, I distinctly remember I felt like my brain was dying. It was not a good feeling.
So can confirm.
Fortunately, my manager saw sense and made me write some Turbo Pascal instead the day after.