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LIFEBOAT AESTHETICS By PHILLIP BALDWIN
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A good rationality? The only rationality. These rooms are designed and efficient when stacked against others. When stacked against themselves they appeared to be curved or at lease they could be... More > curved....what would that do to our consciousness? If They exist as curved rooms? Could we see the patterns emerging after They exist as blips upon the EEG memory. What about the pundits who have designed and built them for us? They are looking for the regular within the regular. Standardizing the working class soul? I passed by the clay matrons and they work in circles always circles. They try to complete the mistakes that the machine put them into: orbits. Especially at a time they should break from orbits. Moving forward the text emerges towards the self: using a machine, what can we do over? And then in an OCD effort, the obsessive-compulsive effort, circularity, just a center of there being. And they're being is one of unhappiness. Time to cut the trajectory...the gravitational pull of 'the mistake'.< Less
On Memory and Reminiscence By Aristotle
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Aristotle was a Greek philosopher and polymath, a student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great. His writings cover many subjects, including physics, metaphysics, poetry, theater, music, logic,... More > rhetoric, linguistics, politics, government, ethics, biology, and zoology. Together with Plato and Socrates (Plato's teacher), Aristotle is one of the most important founding figures in Western philosophy. Aristotle's writings were the first to create a comprehensive system of Western philosophy, encompassing morality, aesthetics, logic, science, politics, and metaphysics. Aristotle's views on the physical sciences profoundly shaped medieval scholarship, and their influence extended well into the Renaissance, although they were ultimately replaced by Newtonian physics.< Less
Memories of Unsoiled Decay By Matthew B. Harrison
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A camera sees differently than our eyes do and can be used as a means to communicate a story. For most artists – the story goes beyond themselves and capturing moments from their lives and... More > the literal content contained within the frame. The photographs no longer reveal literal truth but instead present a metaphor for a greater truth. The viewer is engaged in identifying the metaphor and appreciating the relationship that the photographer has demonstrated with the subject. This portfolio is both. However, there is a third component of this portfolio that makes it worthy of being the work product of a Masters Degree Scholar: these photographs were specifically created in such a way as to maximize a viewers engagement with these images. I applied scientific research to my photographic process – in order to maximize the portfolio’s ability to engage the viewer.< Less
Memories of Unsoiled Decay By Matthew B. Harrison
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A camera sees differently than our eyes do and can be used as a means to communicate a story. For most artists – the story goes beyond themselves and capturing moments from their lives and... More > the literal content contained within the frame. The photographs no longer reveal literal truth but instead present a metaphor for a greater truth. The viewer is engaged in identifying the metaphor and appreciating the relationship that the photographer has demonstrated with the subject. This portfolio is both. However, there is a third component of this portfolio that makes it worthy of being the work product of a Masters Degree Scholar: these photographs were specifically created in such a way as to maximize a viewers engagement with these images. I applied scientific research to my photographic process – in order to maximize the portfolio’s ability to engage the viewer.< Less
A Scrapbookers' Journal - Stories, Memories and More By Ashley Cassel
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A Scrapbookers' Journal is a book about scrapbooking, told through the personal stories and recollections of avid scrapbookers. Their stories will not only inform the reader about the art of... More > scrapbooking, but about life in general. It shares the value of scrapbooking and meaning it can give to family and friends. It is about taking the time to physically record pieces of one’s life in an artistic manner that allows moments to be relived. The design of A Scrapbookers' Journal balances the crowded, ornamental aesthetic of scrapbooking with an overall neat and orderly layout.< Less
A Scrapbookers' Journal - Stories, Memories and More By Ashley Cassel
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A Scrapbookers' Journal is a book about scrapbooking, told through the personal stories and recollections of avid scrapbookers. Their stories will not only inform the reader about the art of... More > scrapbooking, but about life in general. It shares the value of scrapbooking and meaning it can give to family and friends. It is about taking the time to physically record pieces of one’s life in an artistic manner that allows moments to be relived. The design of A Scrapbookers' Journal balances the crowded, ornamental aesthetic of scrapbooking with an overall neat and orderly layout.< Less
#CRITICAL TRANSMEDIA 8. SHORT TERM MEMORY By PHILLIP BALDWIN
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#critical transmedia 8 This is a 8th book in the series of a critical take on our use of telematics and technology in general. From smart phones to laptops and mobile computing we examine 'what... More > this is doing to us'. In a largely technocratic culture are we driven to improve our lives, or further enslave ourselves to some hive mind as a 'means of making horizontal' in the face of a 'dissipated plutocracy'. Do we live in 'the Shallows' because of the fundamental hard wired physiology of short term to long term memory? This is a quarterly journal that reflects upon daily uses of these thing. from Korea to Chile. where we can see a method of reflection deep enough to halt future dystopic uses of 'these gadgets'. This is a book that looks at gadgets. It is a book written over the period of three months while lecturing on the themes within 'Monkey King', Poems of Rumi, and work within Conception, Chile with Mapuche bird talking shaman.< Less
Stephanie Zuperko Poems, 2008-2009 By Stephanie Zuperko
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Stephanie Zuperko's poems from the years 2008-2009. Topics include art and artists, the nature of writing poetry, personal memories, and political commentary.
Technological Selection of Fate By Addie Wagenknecht
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From 2000 to 2009, artist Addie Wagenknecht used her livejournal account as a “private space” where to share her relationships failures to her “online only” friends. This... More > group of people knew more about her life then even the person she was dating. In hindsight, these hundreds to thousands of private group based entries were an archive of her mistakes, permanently cached in servers for the rest of history. Technological Selection of Fate is a fragile, glitchy archive of part of this diary; a fragmentary, repetitive, arbitrary but surprisingly touching and emotional personal memory; a stream of consciousness delivering bits and pieces of a human life that has been turned into words with a few readers in mind. Addie Wagenknecht is an American artist based in Austria, whose work explores the tension between intimacy and technology, blending conceptual work with traditional forms of hacking and sculpture. Wagenknecht’s work employs a peculiar mix of hacking and visual aesthetics drenched by conceptualism.< Less
Technological Selection of Fate By Addie Wagenknecht
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From 2000 to 2009, artist Addie Wagenknecht used her livejournal account as a “private space” where to share her relationships failures to her “online only” friends. This... More > group of people knew more about her life then even the person she was dating. In hindsight, these hundreds to thousands of private group based entries were an archive of her mistakes, permanently cached in servers for the rest of history. Technological Selection of Fate is a fragile, glitchy archive of part of this diary; a fragmentary, repetitive, arbitrary but surprisingly touching and emotional personal memory; a stream of consciousness delivering bits and pieces of a human life that has been turned into words with a few readers in mind. Addie Wagenknecht is an American artist based in Austria, whose work explores the tension between intimacy and technology, blending conceptual work with traditional forms of hacking and sculpture. Wagenknecht’s work employs a peculiar mix of hacking and visual aesthetics drenched by conceptualism.< Less