2021 artists | labour | networks | viral life | Netherlands
Each chapter by a media artist or writer from across the globe, weaves a tapesty of joy and trauma inart and life duing the COVID-19 pandemic, as it happened.
Pandemic Exchange: How Artists Experience the COVID-19 Crisis, Ed Josephine Bosma Theory on Demand, Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam. English
In the catalogue for the inaugural multi-site Kyneton Contemporary Art Triennial (KCAT), I discuss the luscious seduction of artist Elvis Richardson's works Settlement and Artist Lifestyle which were installed across the town.
Force Fields: Art, Architecture and Audience, Kyneton Contemporary Inc, Victoria. p 27-35
A vintage VRML world romance - great nostalgia for simplier time of performiance and attraction in networked worlds.
Interfaces of Performance, Eds Maria Chatzichristodoulou, Janis Jefferies & Rachel Zerihan, Routledge, London, p 180-198
Where do we start and end in the digital age - proding boundary and surface, metaphorically and physically. These are creative and critical perspectives on skin and bodily transformation as it intersects with digital technologies.
re:skin, Eds Mary Flanagan and Austin Booth, MIT Press, Cambridge and London, p 51-79
2001 Virtual reality worlds | limerance | net art | Australia
Empyrean - soft_skinned
Oh to be so excited about the possibilities of virtual reality 20 or so years ago :)
Politics of a Digital Present: An inventory of Australian net culture, criticism and theory, Eds Hugh Brown, Geert Lovink, Helen Merrick, Fibreculture Publications, Melbourne, p 177–183
"a future where humanity is created from a data seed in a computer environment, within an empty space ( ), at a zero point in a void, produced out of nothing but a few snippets of code."
Art and New Media, Eds Yu Wei-Cheng & Phillip George, Tainan National University of the Arts, Taiwan. Mandarin p 112-119,
English p 209-214
Exploring the metaphors and experiences of both physical and digital contagion as a concept reconceptualisations of embodied subjectivity.
Contagion - Cultural and Historical Studies, Eds Alison Bashford & Claire Hooker, Routledge, London,
My segment in an assemblage of patches from writers and poets around the world, forming a fabric of noon-time impressions during 1998-1999.
Noon Quilt Book, eds. Teri Hoskin and Sue Thomas, Online scripting: Ali Graham, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK.
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