Will Internets eated brain??

Wylde, Gillian (2018) Will Internets eated brain?? In: Artistic Research Will Eat Itself 9th SAR - International Conference on Artistic Research, April 11th 4pm - 13th 6pm 2018, University of Plymouth.

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Abstract / Summary

Artistic Research Will Eat Itself
9th SAR - International Conference on Artistic Research
University of Plymouth, April 11th 4pm - 13th 6pm 2018

Paper and video installation
Will Internets eated brain?? is a mash-up of other stuff. It is a new text. It is stark, it frustrates, drawing to attention non-linearity, multiplicity-ness and nowotony. An algorithmic queer tone/ vocal fry runs throughout it.
It explores processes of performative assemblage(s) highlighting activities of impure accumulation, backchannel fragmentation and arrangement. Together with everyday interactions between animal, mineral, vegetable and Internet. It appropriates information retrieval and Internet search activities taking the form of a series of deliberate reverberations, wet disorderings, listicles, SMS language/textese and netspeak.
It invokes speculative fictional methods such as carriers, radiation, mental diseases, vectors, viruses, scientific accidents. It’s a messy repetition of loops, surface intensities, anaerobic fabulation and hashtagisms: #IRL #aerobics #MashUp #worms #compost #fatbergs #rubbing #naturalhorror #WetOrganicMatter #deaded #impure #wastebasket #taxons #fitness #exerciseballs.
The text was originally commissioned by MAP Magazine, Glasgow and presented for Glasgow Film Festival in 2017. Earlier versions appeared at ISEA International Symposium on Electronic Art, Hong Kong, and The Day The World Turned Day Glo at Arnolfini, Bristol.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Computer Science, Information & General Works
Arts > Fine Art
Philosophy & Psychology
Research
Technology
Writing & Journalism
Courses by Department: The Falmouth School of Art > Fine Art
Depositing User: Gillian Wylde
Date Deposited: 05 Nov 2019 09:10
Last Modified: 05 Nov 2019 09:10
URI: http://repository.falmouth.ac.uk/id/eprint/3551

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