nicole rademacher

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Now you can actually flip through them!!


I published my books on andit gives you this fancy-schmancy flash movie to embed everywhere!!!

Watch out everyone!! I just might start producing my own online magazine! - ooh what a great idea! what should it be about?

Ok. Longing & Distance: through gesture:

and Milwaukee after coming to Milwaukee from California:

or alternatively you could view the pages on my website: Longing and Milwaukee

Well, it is all pretty fancy, if you ask me.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Just a lil' revamp

As you can tell from the face-lift on this-here blog, I did a lil' revamp to the design of my website. Nothing drastic, just updating the design a bit, since it was a year old.

It is, of course, much cleaner, and the lines make more sense.

Let me know if you have any thoughts!!!

The poetry of the documentary

Paul Chan made this beautiful documentary of Lynne Stewart in 2006.

Here is an excerpt:

Watch the whole video.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Not just Etgar Keret

So here I am: lazy, sunny, spring Saturday afternoon (in the southern hemisphere). Randomly between working on things, looking for opportunities, cleaning up the house, and chatting with friends online. WBEZ again, I just can't leave Chicago behind. This American Life, again - it IS addicting, isn't it? (damn there is that question tag that I told the Brits that I just simply don't use!!)

So, Ira Glass (who my friend Paula has a devastating crush on) is interviewing Etgar Keret. I was introduced to Keret's work by a friend of mine, well, a former student, she's kinda like my lil' sister - but a dear friend nonetheless. Obviously this headline: Ira Glass interviews Etgar Keret caught my eye. I clicked on all the numerous clicks (perhaps there were just two) to get to the video - I thought, when given the option, "Damn, the video would be better than just the audio." My, how I am so adjusted to the media . . .

The clicks led me to the video, which wasn't just the video of Etgar Keret, but of a lot of interviews. And the interesting thing is that the Artist in Residence at the NY Public Library (Flash Rosenberg) draws during the interviews. Hence the video is her drawings. I don't want to give any adjectives - that would just spoil the fun. Watch the video. Or download it and fast-forward to certain parts. It is rather long, but there are some gems.

Here is a preview - with John Lithgow (personal favorite)

Or watch the whole thing from the NY Public Library.

Thursday, November 12, 2009


Félix Lazo, profesor de Arte Digital y Video Arte, Escuela de Artes Visuales Universidad Mayor.

Charla de Nicole Rademacher, artista estadounidense que desarrolla obras con nuevas tecnologías, se dictará en la Facultad de Arte de la Universidad Mayor.

La actividad se realizará este 13 de noviembre, a las 12:00 horas, en la Catedra 1

Nicole Rademacher es una artista que trabaja con nuevos medios de comunicación, empezó a estudiar arquitectura, pero recibió una beca de la Escuela del Instituto de Arte de Chicago en 2004, hizo su Maestría en artes electrónicas integradas

Su trabajo está inspirado en la comunicación y en la falta de comunicación, pero en realidad su interés principal es la percepción.

Ha exhibido su trabajo internacionalmente en Festivales de Video Arte como Transmediale, LOOP Video Art Festival, re-nuevo foro de arte digital, Streaming Festival, Colonia OFF, y Primavera Fotográfica, entre otros.


Monday, November 9, 2009

El enigmático mundo de Nicole Rademacher

A fantastic post by Antonio Lirio Barajas (professor of Digital Video at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona) about some of my videos.

sí es en castellano ....