[-empyre-] empyre Digest, Vol 185, Issue 6

Daniel Lichtman danielp73 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 18 01:39:57 AEDT 2020

Thank you Sophia!

Here is the project Sophia is talking about:

"so in response, we tried to make pages that are intentionally strange and
complicated to navigate in order to draw attention to the structure of
online spaces."
I really appreciate this. I think the way you structure your thesis around
a glossary, and image- and text-based fragments goes a long way to
performing the kind of contestation that you're talking about.

Also, I want to draw attention to the links within some of the entries in A
Hostility Index--many of these links point to interactive, web-based
artworks (ex. on https://recentchanges.ca/Perceptual_Space and
https://recentchanges.ca/Representational_Space). These pages actively
engage the viewer in your experiment to explore forms of online hostility
through categories, image and text fragments, footnotes and links.
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