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Brian Holmes. The Translocal State of Being: Just-In-Time Production. 2011

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Uploaded on Jan 23, 2012

http://www.egs.edu Brian Holmes talking about the translocal state of being and how it relates to the global financial system, Wal-mart, intermodal transport, continuous traceability, container shipping, just-in-time production, the Japanese factory system, the translocal world, system dynamics, a roving technological unconscious, electronic data interchange, point-of-sale information, forecasting, unified data system, autopoetic systems, and growth in China. Public open lecture for the students and staff of the European Graduate School EGS Media and Communication Studies department program Saas-Fee Switzerland Europe 2011 Brian Holmes.

Brian Holmes, Ph.D., is a Paris-based art critic, activist and translator interested primarily in the intersections of artistic and political practice. He was the English editor of publications for Documenta X, Kassel, Germany, and a member of the graphic arts group 'Ne pas plier' from 1999 to 2001; he has recently worked with the French conceptual art group 'Bureau d'√Čtudes'.

Brian Holmes is a frequent contributor to the international listserve Nettime, a member of the editorial committee of the journal Multitudes (Paris), Springerin (Vienna) and Brumaria (Barcelona). He is also a regular contributor to the magazine Parachute (Montreal), and a founder, with 'Bureau d'√Čtudes, of the new journal Autonomie Artistique (Paris). He is the author of a collection of essays, Hieroglyphs of the Future: Art and Politics in a Networked Era (Zagreb: Arkzin, 2003).

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