Monthly Archives: November 2011

Post-digital art. The projection of technology as a way of seeing.

As the integration of technology, into the arts, matures I see a pattern forming. Technology does not give us access to things other-wordly. It does not expose objective realities about our material world that help us understand it in a … Continue reading

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The revelation in technical feats

A little while ago, a coder by the name of Kyle McDonald¬†put together a ¬†bunch of code and libraries that enabled mapping photos of different faces onto one’s own face. The question being, ok but what can you do with … Continue reading

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Shakespeare scripted for Facebook

Martin Heidegger wrote about both technology and art. He said that whilst technology and art are very different things, they are both ways of revealing. Technology, or at least ‘modern’ technology, presents a big threat to humanity. And this threat … Continue reading

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