Flawdio recordings

Family as Social Art Practice
Flawed Homestead

Occupational Realism
SubHerban Roots

09-Present SoA Green Studio
13-Present EcoScience+Art w/Dr. Changwoo Ahn
12 Urban Forest DC - participant
12 TY10 - participant
11 zea mays
11 ecoCultures
00- american dreams
09 agriART
08- PS4
07 (d)3
07-08 FineArtOfWar
07 calling america
04 e Pluribus Unum
02-04 Indymedia Film Series

13 matter / antimatter
13 dangerous ideas
11 ashes to ashes
11 En plein air: No Man's Land
11 Color Fields
10 may we never forget (who we're working for)
08 Untitled
07 dear Internet
05 white flag
05 Untitled '83
04 54321
04 CO.dependency
04 Uconnect  
03 enduring freedom v.3
02 enduring freedom v.1
01 bad dreams
01 security guards 
01 savings and values
00 reality tv
00 communications
00 surrounded by friends
00 a mythology of boys and girls

12 safe
11 condolences
11 waiting for godot
11 purevil
10 LIVEoil
10 had a dream
08 candidate(1)
08 candidate(2)
07 Field Museum of Art
06 oneSmallStep
06 spacer.gif{ART}
04 molotov remix
02-04  war-product-war

13 Noise Awareness, GMU
12 Sonic Circuits Festival, Atlas Performing Arts Center, DC
12 Red Palace, DC
10-11 Noise Awareness, GMU 1 & 2
09 Sonic Circuits: Festival of Experimental Music
08 SEAMUS National Conference Concert, Salt Lake City
02 NWEAMO Electronic Arts and Music Festival, San Diego
04 dissension convention, NYC

National Portrait Gallery
U.S. Chamber of Commerce

13 “New Maternalisms: The Materialities of Art-Making and Becoming-Mother” by Petra Hroch. Museum and Curatorial Studies Review.
13 "Form Follows Function: Eco-Art and Its Place in the Sustainability Movement", Sustainability: The Journal of Record
12 "Visions From Solitary: Prisoners’ Imaginations Made Real By Activists’ Photographs" Pete Brook. PrisonPhotography.org.
12 "Agri-Art..." Green Acres by Sue Spaid
12 PS4. Issue 6: Fetish. Katalog
11 PS4. Media Fields Journal
09 agriART. Media-N
09 Thou God Seest Me: Some Gathered Thoughts for A Short Film About War. Furtherfield.org
08 state of art - a conversation with G.H. Hovagimyan. Furtherfield.org
06 the presence of absence: a conversation with Charles Cohen. NewMediaFix.net
04 some thoughts on computer security and the living dead. Rhizome.org
03 the art of making protest art. The World Socialist Website
03 mediations. GetUnderground
03 warProductWar. Furtherfield.org
03 stock questions. Rhizome.org
01 american dreams.
New Art Examiner (.pdf)

09 DYRS youth center (.doc)
08 The Peace Lily Project (.doc)
07 the People's Tours
07 50 Years Later
05 reWater
04 peace of mind: 3 person getaway
04 the free market survival kit
04 how america changed the world








Dear Internet

Launch Dear Internet

Dear Internet: Blog and Networked Installation by Mark Cooley and Edgar Endress.

Connection, dislocation, fear, communication, fragmentation, collectivity, intimacy, disembodiment are all possible and often simultaneously present in our attempts to interact with others online and off. Dear Internet is an experiment in collective publishing that attempts to investigate how networked technologies become platforms for the paradoxes of social relations in digital culture.

Dear Internet began in 2006 as a kind of inversion of the security and authoring conventions of blogs and blogging. Dear Internet was set up as an unmediated publishing platform where users were urged to address the Internet directly and indulge in their deepest thoughts, feelings and fantasies with the abandonment, comfort and protection that only online anonymity can provide. Initially, letters rendered some interesting aspects of the complex relationships, or lack thereof, we have with the humans of the world. Sadly, but perhaps fittingly, contributions waned and the automated publishing platform gave way to spam. The blog is now an archive of spam email and seems to be establishing a "purely" networked identity – blissfully free from the messy and complex emotive states of humanity.

2009 update: blogger detected and removed the Dear Internet blog for violating blogger's terms of service agreement.