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    Cite
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    Archive of Digital Art (ADA). “ - »«”. https://www.digitalartarchive.at/database/general.html (retrieved 1970-01-01). @online{ADAartistprofile, author = {Archive of Digital Art (ADA)}, title = { - »«}, url = {https://www.digitalartarchive.at/database/general.html}, urldate = {retrieved 1970-01-01}
    Technology
    Descriptions & Essays
    ren fah 05-05-2021
    the zeroes or as we call it the 0´s
    anno 2000 - http://0RF.at - the URL itself is based on homographic
    intervention/url squatting/social hacktivism into the austrian media
    monopoly user, who normaly clicks orf.at for breakfest, but the zero
    "0" on the keyboard is directly over the "o", therefore we get wrong
    clicks and wrong emails from homographed users daily. pink - instead
    of rot white red...



    so we were sued, but based on the total art project and the complete
    change of layout we could continue our work, by calling ourselves artists,

    mostly for doing the leichter leben action, that we did because the
    dehumanising parts of this "aktion"
    were that austrians, like every other first world countries are
    growing fatter and fatter and the government
    was trying via austrian monopolist TV station to reduce the fat of
    austria and spend the
    reduced kilos as a human aid gift to "africa".
    as always there were many parts in this art action intervention,
    which included interviews with members of the african community in
    vienna after operation spring,
    about the media image of africa in austria, and also an intervention
    at the vienna city marathon
    an exhibiton during this the spended meat was sold and also sent to
    all austrian media agencies.

    the end was that we directly entered the main building of orf with the
    purpose of making there a "show"
    we invaded the building and held a pressconference in the cafeteria
    where we delivered the human meat, with all the names of the
    participants which were fully exposed on the orf webpage.

    0rf stellt richtig

    redaktion(at)0rf.at
    Mon Jun 11 22:41:44 2001

    sehr geehrte seherinnen!

    die generalintendanz 0rf.at distanziert sich ausdruecklich vom
    nachstehenden, aeusserst ungenau recherchierten bericht.

    der tatbestand der faelschung hat nicht stattgefunden.
    0rf.at verschickte, mit 0rf.at-logo gekennzeichnet, an die sponsoren
    bzw. beteiltigten institutionen, der vom ORF ins leben gerufenen aktion
    "leichterleben", ein dankesschreiben mit beilage.

    der absender der sogenannten poststuecke ist 0rf.at.
    nicht anonym.

    der inhalt mag ungustioes sein, aber beileibe nicht "ernsthaft" verfolgbar,
    da genannte inhalte saemtlich mit der leichterleben aktion (des ORF) bzw
    informationen darob, uebereinstimmen.
    ihre GENERALINTENDANZ

    < Gefälschter "Leichter Leben"-Brief in Umlauf

    Mit einer Fälschung der ungustiösen Art sieht sich derzeit der ORF
    konfrontiert. In den vergangenen Tagen seien fingierte Briefe im
    Zusammenhang mit der Aktion "Leichter Leben" in Umlauf gebracht worden.

    Als "Beigabe" wurde eine Schachtel mit Fleischstücken geliefert, teilte
    der ORF heute in einer Aussendung mit. Der ORF stellt dazu fest, dass
    diese Poststücke nicht vom ORF stammen, sondern anonym in Umlauf
    gebracht wurden.

    ORF prüft rechtliche Schritte

    Der Text des gefälschten Briefes im Wortlaut: "LEICHTER LEBEN Hiermit
    möchte Ich Mich herzlich für ihre Cooperation bedanken. Ihr
    Generalintendant. Wien, am 23.06.01".

    Diesem gefälschten Brief wurde ein Paket mit - bereits übel riechenden -
    Fleischstücken beigefügt. Der ORF verurteilte heute die Aktion und
    teilte mit, man prüfte rechtliche Schritte.>>

    0rf is also trying to protest against kryptolobbyism retrofetishism
    and oligarchy,
    by entering the national TV celebrations, just to get a glimpse, of
    whats really happening,
    we did persiflages such as lex mihi ars electronica, or the
    neujahrskonzert or the sport or the nationcelebrationsday...

    what this all has in common was the pure factor of entertaindemand -
    the participation of their audience - the image of an reality.
    beyond the whole construct of "the scene" because there was always the
    audience whose wish it was to be entertained,
    for centuries it seems the "guckkasten" princip made us to a bunch of
    couch potatoes,full with "tv meals" junk food, who use tv as a cheap
    and easy way to fill everyones "virtual cache" (the number of
    different images that you have to see daily, to get sleepy - not that
    easy
    by living in a boring city like...everywhere)
    tv is out here comes the net and its goldrush caused broadbandwidth.
    the internet is said to be interactive - what means that you can play
    a part, or so to say, its channels are usable both ways -
    for us, the viewer is in the center of interest, In TV we see its
    chimare - "reality TV" and its classical way of amUSEsing its
    audience.streaming is used when a real-time transfer is required. We
    stream media because we want our audience to get a closer view of the
    daily nutrition - a naked lunch .
    embark on - with us
    (0)rf.at




    0RF.at

    - sees itself as an open platform for those,
    who are not interested to be fashion victimized by the infowarfare.

    - is a non governemental organization, whose primary aim is,
    to crack the blank mirror of the worldwide in-per-conform ready-to-use
    media bombardement,
    which degrades the viewers to pure customers, who have to consume or
    die, eyesore...

    - is against this - consume or die - philosophy,
    trying to spread the open source of the, so called daily entertaindemands.

    - for a brighter, clearer image of what is delivered as "reality"
    ambigous the humiliating, tasty classic persuasion of the totalitarity
    of any mass media

    - embark on with us. - embracing the "elusive elite" while eliciting
    embarrassing moments,
    we watch it closely, when all the curtains fall, all make up is running,
    and the ghastly face of chic truth is penetraiting.

    - for a sharp view, of what nebulous, shallow amusement is aspiring to veil,
    moreover in/on a perfectly conservated mediamonoculture market as it
    is in a country like austria,
    whose inhabitants are used to be manipu/monopolized.

    - we work for your pleasure.

    --
    ren fah: , 05-05-2021, in: Archive of Digital Art
    ren fah 05-05-2021
    http://0RF.at - nonopoly

    http://0RF.at - the URL itself is based on the homographic intervention,
    a social hacktivism into the nerd as being the dumbest possible user,
    cause the zero "0" on the keyboard is directly over the "o",
    and therefore we get wrong clicks and wrong emails from homographed users daily.

    shortly after we bought the URL http://0RF.at we got sued by the bigger bader brother http://orf.at.

    mostly for doing the leichter leben action, that we did because the dehumanising parts of this "aktion" were that austrians, like every other first world countries are growing fatter and fatter and the government was trying via austrian monopolist TV station to reduce the fat of austria and spend the reduced kilos as a human aid gift to "africa".
    as always there were many parts in this art action intervention,
    which included interviews with members of the african community in vienna after operation spring, about the media image of africa in austria, and also an intervention at the vienna city marathon an exhibiton during this the spended meat was sold and also sent to all austrian media agencies.

    the end was that we directly entered the main building of orf with the purpose of making there a "show" we invaded the building and held a pressconference in the cafeteria where we delivered the human meat, with all the names of the participants which were fully exposed on the orf webpage.

    >>>
    0rf stellt richtig
    redaktion(at)0rf.at
    Mon Jun 11 22:41:44 2001

    sehr geehrte seherinnen!

    die generalintendanz 0rf.at distanziert sich ausdruecklich vom
    nachstehenden, aeusserst ungenau recherchierten bericht.

    der tatbestand der faelschung hat nicht stattgefunden.
    0rf.at verschickte, mit 0rf.at-logo gekennzeichnet, an die sponsoren
    bzw. beteiltigten institutionen, der vom ORF ins leben gerufenen aktion
    "leichterleben", ein dankesschreiben mit beilage.

    der absender der sogenannten poststuecke ist 0rf.at.
    nicht anonym.

    der inhalt mag ungustioes sein, aber beileibe nicht "ernsthaft" verfolgbar,
    da genannte inhalte saemtlich mit der leichterleben aktion (des ORF) bzw
    informationen darob, uebereinstimmen.
    ihre GENERALINTENDANZ

    < Gef‰lschter "Leichter Leben"-Brief in Umlauf

    Mit einer F‰lschung der ungustiˆsen Art sieht sich derzeit der ORF
    konfrontiert. In den vergangenen Tagen seien fingierte Briefe im
    Zusammenhang mit der Aktion "Leichter Leben" in Umlauf gebracht worden.

    Als "Beigabe" wurde eine Schachtel mit Fleischst¸cken geliefert, teilte
    der ORF heute in einer Aussendung mit. Der ORF stellt dazu fest, dass
    diese Postst¸cke nicht vom ORF stammen, sondern anonym in Umlauf
    gebracht wurden.

    ORF pr¸ft rechtliche Schritte

    Der Text des gef‰lschten Briefes im Wortlaut: "LEICHTER LEBEN Hiermit
    mˆchte Ich Mich herzlich f¸r ihre Cooperation bedanken. Ihr
    Generalintendant. Wien, am 23.06.01".

    Diesem gef‰lschten Brief wurde ein Paket mit - bereits ¸bel riechenden -
    Fleischst¸cken beigef¸gt. Der ORF verurteilte heute die Aktion und
    teilte mit, man pr¸fte rechtliche Schritte.>>

    so we were sued, but based on the total art project and the complete change of layout
    we could continue our work, by calling ourselves artists, but soon after this we did http://BL00MBERG.com,
    which was sued again but this time by michael bloomberg - mogulist and mayor of new york city.
    this was directly after 911 (the wtc incident) and the connected DMCA so that we were prejudiced and couldnt do nothing, no free speech anymore and no artistic freedom.
    but somehow in the end we won, because right now the adress bl00mberg.com links to the site of mr. bloomberg.com and our old site still on archive.org shows and tells the awful truth,about that all on that site is a lie and your opinion is nothing than a fake...
    upon the site we had the newsfeeds from different alternative newssources which were not represented in the daily news...

    during all this we were continuing our work not only as an art project but also as an so to say, self producing ngo media guerrillero entity, by trying to take part in the media art culture of austria - 0rf is also trying to protest against kryptolobbyism retrofetishism and oligarchy, by entering the national TV celebrations, just to get a glimpse, of whats really happening - we did persiflages such as ars electronica
    or the neujahrskonzert or the sport or the nationcelebrationsday

    what this all has in common was the pure factor of entertaindemand - the participation of their audience - the image of an reality.
    beyond the whole construct of "the scene" because there was always the audience whose wish it was to be entertained, for centuries it seems the "guckkasten" princip made us to a bunch of couch potatoes,full with "tv meals" junk food, who use tv as a cheap and easy way to fill everyones "virtual cache" (the number of different images that you have to see daily, to get sleepy - not that easy by living in a boring city like...everywhere)
    tv is out here comes the net and its goldrush caused broadbandwidth.
    the internet is said to be interactive - what means that you can play a part, or so to say, its channels are usable both ways - for us, the viewer is in the center of interest, In TV we see its chimare - "reality TV" and its classical way of amUSEsing its audience.streaming is used when a real-time transfer is required. We stream media because we want our audience to get a closer view of the daily nutrition - a naked lunch .
    embark on - with - (0)rf.at

    copyleft 2000
    http://0RF.at
    ren fah: , 05-05-2021, in: Archive of Digital Art
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