Neither Gaze, nor Glance, but Glaze: Relating to Console Game Screens.”...– CTheory.net
Uncorporated Subversion: Tactics, Glitches,... →
Today, the average user is obliged to stay on top of the technological curve, thrust into a vortex of consumer myths, riding waves of both euphoria and disappointment. This has prompted artists and theorists alike to break these assured flows of media, for instance by zooming into the otherwise transparent Human Computer Interface and turning its limiting, characteristic blueprints into a...
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Yoko Ono, Painting for the Wind, 1961
All the Universe is Full of the Lives of Perfect Creatures (by karolina sobecka)
Pavel Puhov’s Eyeglasses | Wooster Collective →
one senses that for Schopenhauer compassion is not limited to the feeling of one...– Philosophical Doomcore | Mute
Conductor: www.mta.me (by Alexander Chen)
(via E.M. Forster’s The Machine Stops)
Michel Foucault: Free Lectures on Truth, Discourse... →
Michel Foucault (1926-1984) was an enormously influential French philosopher who wrote, among other things, historical analyses of psychiatry, medicine, the prison system, and the function of sexuality in social organizations. He spent some time during the last years of his life at UC Berkeley, delivering several lectures in English. And happily they were recorded for posterity: Four Lectures...
Keynote by Graham Harman: Everything Is Not... →
in/compatible systems Keynote by Graham Harman (us)Moderated by Christopher Salter (ca/de) The idea that everything is interconnected has become a staple of intellectual life. As a related phenomenon, “contextualisation” is now the method of first resort throughout the humanities. This lecture opposes the general trend of emphasising systems and wholes over autonomous individuals. Among the...
new-aesthetic: “It’s a Monday, midday, and we are heading north on California Highway 85 in a Google autonomous vehicle. In October 2010, when The New York Times reported that Google had built a fleet of self-driving cars that had already collectively traversed some 140,000 miles of California asphalt, it came as a shock, a terrestrial Sputnik. Now the cars, with their whirling rooftop...
the image of the progress bar and the experience of having to wait for software...– Bat, Bean, Beam: Liveblogging the Apocalypse (8): The End of the Internet
Total Landscapes: Vertigo-Inducing Stereographic... →