[-empyre-] critical fusion
Thanks for your opening post, Maurice.
I'm very interested in your notion of "critical fusion" as something
that refers metaphorically referring to the atom (critical mass +
atom fusion) as something close to explosion, producing the maximum
of energy-. It might be argued by many that such critical fusion is
inherent in art, as something naturally explosive, like the atom,
waiting to be unleashed.
But my familiarity with your interactive environments suggests that
you have something even more active in mind, contingent not simply on
natural artistic forces but on the relation of critical thought to
artistic experience. Would you mind saying a bit more about this?
Professor of Comparative Literature and English
Director of Graduate Studies in Film and Video Studies
Curator, The Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art, Cornell Library
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