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Sara Wookey on Why She Refused To Be A Part of Marina Abramovic’s MOCA Performance

I am writing to address three main points: One, to add my voice to the discourse around this event as an artist who was critical of the experience and decided to walk away, a voice which I feel has been … Continue reading

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The Silk Pavilion

  The Silk Pavilion explores the relationship between digital and biological fabrication on product and architectural scales. The primary structure was created of 26 polygonal panels made of silk threads laid down by a CNC (Computer-Numerically Controlled) machine. Inspired by … Continue reading

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The Robo-proletariat

In a continuing cycle where Ben Abraham writes something, Daniel Joseph responds, and I comment on what they both wrote, here I am doing it again. Ben wrote a post titled “The End-Game of Labour Automation Meets Social Media” in … Continue reading

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The Creation of Games

I have returned from Boston unscathed, but scarred, and I don’t have much of anything content-wise to show you today. There will be a longer post later in the week about Gameloop and the experiences that I had over the … Continue reading

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On the Crunch

This is a short thing because I am not feeling well. This article has been making the rounds the past couple days. In it, Sean Murray talks about the beauty of the crunch and how it is a wildly creative … Continue reading

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On Thomsen’s “Will Work for Fun”

So the video game world is blowing up a little bit today over Michael Thomsen‘s article for Kill Screen titled “Will Work for Fun.” To start off, I want to say that I agree with 90% of what Thomsen has … Continue reading

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On Bifo’s The Soul at Work

So I have started reading Franco Berardi’s (“Bifo’s”) book The Soul at Work: From Alienation to Autonomy, and it is amazing. While I’m not necessarily into the historical bits about Italian workerism, I am incredibly interested in the things that … Continue reading

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