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PDF available 09/05/11 Andrew Norman Wilson Billy Rennekamp Casey A. Von Gollan Constant Dullaart Daniel G. Baird Kate Steciw Riyo Nemeth Sofia Leiby truEYE surView

Why is the No Video Signal Blue? Or, Color is No Longer Separable From Form, and the Collective Joins the Brightness Confound.

~A Guided Meditation~  By Andrew Norman Wilson This video is best enjoyed fullscreen with headphones. Feel free to adjust the brightness confound throughout the course of the video. This audio file can be played anywhere there is a projector or monitor that shows blue when there is no signal. Download This text can be read aloud or to oneself anywhere


By Billy Rennekamp A short attention span paired with a critical eye is a powerful tool. Google is god of the Internet not because it produces the best content but because it shows you what you want. This becomes more and more valuable as the quantity of online content increases. Cisco Systems predicts the annual global IP traffic will quadruple

User Generated Content

By Casey A. Gollan How we got where we are today Computers don’t know anything. They have to be programmed and designed extensively to make sense as tools for accomplishing even the most basic of tasks. If you wanted to draw a circle using an untrained computer, you would have to tell the computer what a “circle” is, how to

World Wide Web or the Incidents

By Constant Dullaart This speech was dictated to my computer add to speech recognition software on 27 August’s 2011 I chosen this format of the dictate that the rants and do illustrates the miscommunication and confusion in word or definition of the Internet within our content at the contemporary arts practice them at the moment I’m sitting alone in my

Notes on a Drive

By Daniel G. Baird In the summer of 2009 I went on a road trip to visit NASA spaceflight centers and the  pre-Columbian ruins that scatter the southwestern  continental United States.  I paired these two seemingly disparate historical sites to experience their similarities.   The ruins and NASA are both time capsules  for cultural  moments in a shared technological history.  Geared

Capture Culture

By Kate Steciw JPEG/Exif is the most common image format used by digital cameras and other photographic image capture devices; along with JPEG/JFIF, it is the most common format for storing and transmitting photographic images on the World Wide Web. These format variations are often not distinguished, and are simply called JPEG… JPEG should not be used in scenarios where

Double Visions

By Riyo Nemeth One of the main features of modern digital cameras and camera phones is the inclusion of the LCD (Liquid Crystal) Display, providing both real-time preview and immediate feedback of the cameras view. As a result, the physical relationship between ourselves and the camera has shifted from the old model (pressed against one eye) to a new position

I am Such a Failure: Poetry On, Around, and About the Internet

By Sofia Leiby There is a move towards artwork and writing that abandons irony completely in favor of sincerity. “New sincerity” has been a buzzword for the art and literary world since the mid 1990s. It was the name of a literary movement in the late 1990s, sparked by David Foster Wallace’s essay, E Unibus Pluram, where he cited the

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