Re: [-empyre-] clarifying noiseless challenge
On Nov 3, 2006, at 9:23 AM, Timothy Conway Murray wrote:
Those of us writing from within the patronage of American
universities are fully sensitive to the increasing corporatization
research model and of its drive to envelope (and silence)
counterdiscourses emerging within the fluid fields of digital art and
One can also work outside of the University and one can work outside
of the "art market."
Perhaps the key part to the internet is it's "no-place" location.
Digital art is essentially art made with computers. A critique of
digital art is where one makes digital art that highlights it's
inherent control mechanisms. What I mean is that computer programming
is a control structure as is most logical abstractions that result in
a code structure. Being an artist on the other hand has to to with
liberation. An art that challenges or points the way away from
corporate/government/ control is liberating.
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