Dan Thorpe from Adelaide who I met when I taught a class at the University of Adelaide just wrote this article. : )
“‘I DON’T SEE YOU BECAUSE I THINK YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO BE TRANSPARENT’: GLITCH AS CRITICISM”, BY DAN THORPE
[helvetica 12]As artists, we often feel that what we are allowed to say is limited by our political, economic, and social situation: whether the scene will like it, whether the government will allow it, or what our mum would say. However, in
[e backspace cmd+i]Excitable Speech
[cmd+i], Judith Butler frames
[censorship backspace]limitation as a means of production; a field of circumscribed possibilities preceding cultural expression. The framework in which the creative process takes place is designed to produce art according to explicit
[y backspace]and implicit norms: “
[cmd+i]The question is not what it is I will be able to say, but what will constitute
[d backspace]the domain of the sayable within which I will be
[hin backspace]gin to speak at all”.[i]
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Rolling shutter is an artifact that occurs when each frame is recorded not from a snapshot of a single point in time, but rather by scanning across the frame either vertically or horizontally. In other words, not all parts of the image are recorded at exactly the same time, even though the whole frame is displayed at the same time during playback.
Rasmus Fleischer wrote an interesting article about the Art Hack Day at Transmediale: “how to get artists to work without pay”. I am happy he raises attention to this issue post afterglow.
Money was definitely a theme laced through the whole Art Hack Day, as conversation and as subject, but often a subject suffering from an identity crisis; fake money, fake economy, post currency etc.
While I am living in a real economy my issues and works are contextualized within a fake, post and meta money dialogue. So I decided my final work for the Internet Yami-ichi should engage this dialogue: I sold “real light” (not post afterglow) screen for real euros. Only real euros, no bank transactions were made.
SUDLAB as part of the program SUDLAB | NEW MEDIA ART presents
the group exhibition “Tactical Glitches”
curated by Roͬͬ͠͠͡͠͠͠͠͠͠͠͠sͬͬ͠͠͠͠͠͠͠͠͠aͬͬ͠͠͠͠͠͠͠ Menkman (NL) and Nick Briz (USA)
Janurary 24, 2014
II Viale Melina 4 80055 Portici (NA)
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