Re: [-empyre-] potential of code..
hi Melinda &...
if I were a prophet, I would use Internet to propagate the 'good word'! (but
us, artists, poets... are we prophets and are our words and ideas and
questions and energies good to propagate and sow the world?)
on the other hand it seems urgent to that artists (especially since
Internet) become aware of their responsibility
for the Western artist of the 21e century, the computer is at the same time
studio, laboratory and kitchen ; the softwares are its tools; images,
sounds, words, interactivity, network, codes, are the ingredients with which
it will juggle, to compose and build art-works
these works convey and give to ' see' ideas and concepts which differently
would be only ' confidentiels', i.e. accessible to a minority of specialists
art should be opening (and as such arranging several 'doors of perception ')
and are supposed to abolish all the compartmentalizations
in my humble opinion
> De : "Melinda Rackham" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Répondre à : soft_skinned_space <email@example.com>
> Date : Wed, 12 Nov 2003 16:11:00 +1100
> À : "soft_skinned_space" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Objet : [-empyre-] potential of code..
> tamara and others hi..
> along with the metaphysical gaps between zero and one we have been
> discussing i am interested in what inspired your work "portrait of god" as i
> keep seeing net.works that talk about spirituality popping up.. like Shilpa
> Gupta 's "blessed bandwidth" commission at the Tate which looks at the place
> of religion in digital age..
> there seesm to be a persistent tendency to map ephemerality into electronic
> i.e. maybe that energy alan was talking about which maintains the language
> protocols; the potential of energetic voids; the digital aura; etc. im
> having visions of an animating spirit residing in these gaps, lurking
> bewteen data packets?
> tamara wrote:
>> when I initiate and direct networked projects, I regard myself especially
>> an agent, an instrument, a catalyst.
> empyre forum
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