Metalosis Maligna

Van Mensvoort
November 7th 2006

Metalosis Maligna is a documentary by Floris Kaayk about a disease which affects patients with medical implants. Sourcing from such implants a wild metal growth ultimately transforms human patients into mechanical looking constructions.

Metalosis Maligna

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Pablo Baler
Posted 14/01/2012 – 12:08

Dear Koert,
I'm a writer based in Los Angeles.
I want to keep you in the loop of an Art Book/World-class Anthology worth your attention and support. The title is: THE NEXT THING: ART IN THE 21st CENTURY and it bring together a dream-team of artists and theorists from all over the world, all attempting to anticipate the art of the future and the sensibility that will define our times.
The book will come out later this year by Fairleigh Dickinson U. Press
Below I’m pasting the index of titles so you can have a better sense of the contributors and their themes most of them working in a middle ground between art and science, cultural theory and counter-culture, philosophy and fiction.
Mieke Bal
Affect and the Space We Share: Three Forms of Installation Art (The Futurality of Affect)
Jan Garden Castro
Futurecast: Merging Subject with Object
Liliana Porter and Ana Tiscornia
Axonometry of the Future, or Prophecies for the 21st Century
Salima Hashmi
Art/Aesthetics in the next 100 years -A dialogue
(This text is the result of an extensive round table with Pakistani artists Rashid Rana, Huma Mulji, Quddus Mirza, Naazish Ataullah, and Ayesha Jatoi and Salima Hashmi)
Peng Feng
Somaesthetics and Its Consequences in Contemporary Art
Glenn Harper
After the Expanded Field: Sculpture in the 21st Century
Mark Axelrod
Kindle, Kindle Burning Bright: Poetics of fiction on the 21st Century
Pablo Baler
Interrupted Reading: The Aesthetics of Metastasis
Polona Tratnik
Towards Trans-art: Intersecting Art, Techno-Science, Humanities, and Other Social Practices
Hagi Kenaan
The Future(s) of Art
Sue Golding
Ana-Materialism and the Pineal Eye (Becoming Mouth-Breast)
I would appreciate it if you could spread the word about this book
Thank you for your consideration,

Posted 17/05/2009 – 21:19

I honestly thought this was real at first, then the more i watched, the less it seemed real but it scared the shit out of me hahahaha nice job

Drip McRuns
Posted 30/11/2008 – 03:35

There are enough diseases out there already without making shit up. Ha ha funny....not!

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