Will Internets Eat Brain?

Wylde, Gillian ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5436-0771 (2017) Will Internets Eat Brain? Journal for Writing in Creative Practice, 10 (1). pp. 137-158. ISSN 17535190

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Abstract / Summary

‘Will Internets eat brain?’ is a video-essay performance commissioned by MAP Magazine for Glasgow Film Festival 2017 funded by Creative Scotland.
The video-essay performance investigates performative assemblage, speculative fictions and copy culture in relation to digital technology, the body and the Internet.
The work takes up queer feminist practices as a methodology to investigate viral narratives shared via search engine algorithm and everyday Internet interactions. The speculative, performative and material forms of ‘Will Internets eat brain?’ consider wilfully undisciplined, messy approaches highlighting multiplicity, iteration and otherness. The video-essay is constructed as a series of cut ups and fragmented narratives that upset and bend any singular discursive argument, linearity or chronological space/time logic.

The work was subsequently developed for the Journal of Writing in Creative Practice published by Intellect. 2018
Edited by Susannah Thompson and Laura Edbrook.
Katrina Palmer, Laurence Figgis, Gillian Wylde, Joanne Tatham, Lindsay Seers, Elizabeth Reeder, Amanda Thomson, Laura Edbrook and Susannah Thompson.

The Journal was launched with the event: Art Writing, Paraliterature & Intrepid Forms of Practice on Thursday 22nd November 2018, 6-7.30pm, CCA, Glasgow.

Preliminary research was conducted for the panel (Re)volting data Presented at ISEA2016HK. Monday 16 to Sunday 22 May 2016, City University’s Creative Media Centre. With Gillian Wylde the panel included: Jane Prophet, City University, Hong Kong, Helen Pritchard Goldsmiths College, University of London, Tarsh Bates, The University of Western Australia and Jaden J. A. Hastings University of Melbourne.

‘Will Internets eat brain?’ was presented as a conference paper - ‘Writing’ Society for Artistic Research (SAR) International Conference on Artistic Research, University of the Arts, The Hague 28 & 29 April 2016

‘Will Internets eat brain?’ was presented as a video essay performance at Palace of Culture 2: House of Questions at Newlyn Art Gallery 2017 funded by Arts Council England.

‘Will Internets eat brain?’ was presented as a video essay performance at ReFrag #4 Cradle-to-Grave, The New School, Parsons Paris School of Art, Media and Technology 2018

‘Will Internets eat brain?’ was presented as a conference paper - 'Artistic Research Will Eat Itself', Society for Artistic Research (SAR) International Conference on Artistic Research, April 11th 4pm - 13th 6pm 2018 at University of Plymouth.

‘Will Internets eat brain?’ was exhibited as a multi-screen video installation at:
British Film Institute as part of Code Liberation and Women with a Movie Camera festival 2018 curated by Phoenix Perry & Kiona Niehaus

‘Will Internets eat brain?’ was exhibited as a multi-screen video installation as part of the group exhibition Corrupting Data @ Falmouth Art Gallery 2017
Artists included: ϟℙ∀ℳℳ▁ℙϴШ€ℜ Rosa Menkman, Mario Klingemann, Gillian Wylde, Oliver Scott, Sam Hains  Curator Magda Tyżlik-Carver.

Item Type: Article
Identification Number: https://doi.org/10.1386/jwcp.10.1.137_1
Uncontrolled Keywords: internets; hot-wiring; queeering; arting; feminisms, code
ISSN: 17535190
Subjects: Writing & Journalism > Creative Writing
Technology > Digital Works
History
Public Exhibition
Technology
Writing & Journalism
Courses by Department: The Falmouth School of Art > Fine Art
Depositing User: Gillian Wylde
Date Deposited: 06 Nov 2019 14:01
Last Modified: 23 Feb 2021 12:58
URI: http://repository.falmouth.ac.uk/id/eprint/3545

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