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Medved at Brutal Sound Effects Festival #76

Medved will play the Brutal Sound Effects Festival #76, organized by Grux, this weekend at the Lab. Info below. Brutal Sound Effects Festival #76 Friday, October 4, 2013 7:30 – 10:00pm Sharp $7 The Lab […]

September 30, 2013 · Leave a Comment

Medved at MATA Gallery in Los Angeles

Medved will be down in LA this weekend, and we’re playing a show at MATA Gallery with Damion Romero and Pod Blotz, with video projections by Brock Fansler of Experimental Half-Hour. Show begins promptly at […]

September 23, 2013 · Leave a Comment

Medved & Quality Objects at LCM

Medved and my new band Quality Objects play at LCM in Oakland tonight, August 19th! We will shared the bill with the very talented Jason Lescallet and a new project by Greh Holger (of Hive […]

August 20, 2013 · Leave a Comment

Medved and Gold Wood at YBCA’s ConVerge

Medved (my collaboration with Paul Haney) will make its first west coast appearance on Thursday as part of YBCA’s monthly event ConVerge. More info below. ConVerge: Medved and Gold Wood Aug 15, 2013 4:00pm – […]

August 12, 2013 · Leave a Comment

Collaboration with C. Lavender at Life Changing Ministries June 13th

I will be playing with the very talented C. Lavender at Life Changing Ministries in Oakland on Wednesday, June 13th. Nunschool and Collin McKelvey will also be sharing the bill. Lav and I have performed […]

June 10, 2013 · Leave a Comment

Music video for Medved’s “Early” by Yoshi Sodeoka

Artist Yoshi Sodeoka directed this music video for Medved’s “Early” which appeared on the Archives I tape. Check it out!

August 29, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Medved Bandcamp and Cassette Release

We finally set up a bandcamp page for Medved. All our tracks are free or pay what you want. I’m also selling copies of two limited edition c20 tapes through the site for $6. Tracks […]

August 2, 2012 · 1 Comment
  • Mahavishnu Orchestra – Resolution
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    The art world often seems to vacillate between money-fuelled complacency and a politics that is merely for show. London-based curator and activist BEN VICKERS stands outside this dichotomy as an inspiring advocate of a future-oriented progressive politics driven by networked forms of social organisation – a vision based less on idealism than on the search for practical responses to a pervasive crisis. Vickers is currently in south Italy testing the capacity for turning ideas into action at the prototype of unMonastery, a collaborative community project that takes inspiration from the history of monasticism. Spike’s ALEXANDER SCRIMGEOUR met Vickers in London, where, among much else, their conversation took in the differences between networks and institutions, the evolution of social change, the dangers of breaking things, a subjective micro-history of London’s post-Internet art scene, and a proposal for art to re-model itself on Nordic live-action role-play. (via Spike Art Quarterly - No. 39 / Spring 2014 - Talk)

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