Solo Dancing through Lockdown

♥ more on the current modes of waiting and the world’s impossibility to stay bored ♥ “‘What is urban space? What is a town? How are they composed at different levels – blocks of flat, buildings, monuments – in a word, the architectural and, at another level, the urbanistic?’ We are beginning to think that … 

 

Interview with an Outsider

In relation to my recent article: Aesthetics of Boredom in times of Corona, in which I analyse the digital behaviours created by the Corona-related informational abundance on social media platforms, myself and Jess Henderson decided that it is perfect timing to mark what would be the most crucial interview in the history of digital Corona crisis. My … 

 

Aesthetics of Boredom in times of Corona

♥ on current modes of materializing the waiting and the world’s impossibility to be bored ♥   “Now that the physical has given up on us as if saying: ‘Stop turning every brick of this city into a personal, monetary fetish’, what else is there to observe other than our digital behaviors?” – Maisa Imamović … 

 

Sunday at Bob’s – an interview with [ ] by Maisa Imamović

Besides the previously mentioned filter mainstream (which eventually applies to monetised human experiences), what I’ve been concerned about lately is the increased professionalism in contexts where a bit of anything(work) is done. If we look at the current modes of music production, one finds it hard to caress pure affinity towards music without the need … 

 

Digital Decay + Digital Boredom

On 23rd of January-2020, I had been invited to give a presentation at Bakken & Bæck, and publicly reflect on the topic of Digital Decay, for their DDD event series. The following text includes my .. well, reflections (explicit version). So, when we speak of digital decay, I must admit that although I somehow feel like … 

 

What is the idea behind Walky-Worky?

On 17th of November, 2018, I had been invited to give a presentation at Forum Design de Paris about my graduation project called Walky-Worky. The following text is what I read out loud from my smartphone, due to fear of public improvisation. “Goodday everyone, my name is Maisa Imamović, and I am here today, to introduce …