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In June 1964\, a strange stream of neutrino radiation from a source many millions of miles away was observed and recorded by a pair of young American astrophysicists. The recording changed hands many times and\ , upon falling into the possession of a tabloid journalist\, started an int ernational incident: the audio contained long stretches of silence that ind icated that the transmission might be some kind of message from the stars.< /p>\n

An international council of astrophysicists\, theologians\, linguis ts\, psychoanalysts\, mathematicians\, and philosophers was assembled by th e Pentagon to try to make sense of the message\, which they took for a set of instructions. Three years later\, when the project was abandoned\, scien ce was left with vague plans for a weapon that didn’t work\, a blueprint fo r a biological substance with no clear purpose or use\, and a lot of far-fl ung theories.

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“HMV” (His Master’s Voice)\, the title of a 1968 scie nce fiction novel by Stanislaw Lem\, gathers together a diverse group of ar tists whose work speaks to the difficulty of giving digital information phy sical form.

LOCATION:Foxy Production\,2 East Broadway\, 201 \nNew York\, NY 10038 SUMMARY:HMV\, Andy Hope 1930\, Nicolas Ceccaldi\, Ian Cheng\, David Flaughe r\, Morag Keil\, Jutta Koether\, Bradley Kronz\, Pamela Rosenkranz END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20161204T164641Z UID:266911 DTSTART:20130329T180000 DTEND:20130329T200000 LOCATION:Foxy Production\,2 East Broadway\, 201 \nNew York\, NY 10038 SUMMARY:HMV\, Andy Hope 1930\, Nicolas Ceccaldi\, Ian Cheng\, David Flaughe r\, Morag Keil\, Jutta Koether\, Bradley Kronz\, Pamela Rosenkranz END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR