since we’re not travelling that much recently,
I thought it would have been rather interesting
to see where we have been staying [ stranded? ] most of the time …
I live in the shadow.
Haven’t left my house for almost a year, now.
They say after six months you could be labeled that way.
They also say it’s a condition, not a mental illness or disorder. …
desk-talk #2 / W. J. T. Mitchell
Here we are again.
Not too much to write as an intro, you already know the rules (this is the second vlogpost in a series); simply fasten your seatbealts, start the clip below and ENJOY ! …
half a dozen micro-anecdotes on 2021 soundscRapeRs
Is this the age of digitized hyper-visibility,
further enhanced by the irrepressible virus?
When in doubt, here you have some scattered reasonings
on the role of the auditory counterpart (anything but marginal).
desk-talk #1 / Nick Montfort
In line with my latest digression on (post?)cinematic textual engagement VS heavily textualized (desktop?) movies, here you have the first video-interview of a series I’m working on – specifically dedicated to desktopian research.
a ____ that completely unfolds on a ____ screen
Let me guess:
these very words
on some kind of screen.
Yesterday night, while trying to fall asleep, a stylized icon visited me.
2x / a versatile blogpost
entering the hasty gates
In times of (renewed) forced immobility, an old funny sketch comes in handy – and it’s both a bittersweet laugh and the perfect trigger for this reflection / article.
Picture yourself exercising on a treadmill: running in place, actually keeping the rhythm of a moving floor, adapting with the whole body to the fictitious movement of a revolving platform.
that desktopian thing..
is a multi-faceted project
is a transmedia-survey-to-come,
growing along with this brand new blog
is both a work-in-progress
and an ongoing storytelling experiment
[recently hosted & reviewed into INC’s “Tactical Visual Culture” branch]