Kenneth Sherwood

Curated by Kenneth Sherwood
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One’s memory resonates in sympathy with personal media, the diary, home movie, photograph album. This digital composition explores how a sense of one’s past -- perhaps the aura of childhood -- is imagined and represented, and how those representations re-inflect the past. A psychologically suggestive montage of archival film clips joins a chorus of looping, poetic voices -- as the material objects to which memory is anchored grow more distant, through copying and transcoding across multiple media formats. Optimal Viewing: Designed for installation experience, as an extended audio/visual loop. (Body loops 3:20) User can interrupt to view leader and trailer information (5:03). This should be setup with high-quality, stereo sound and the maximum possible separation between speakers. Digital Literature Net Art E-Poetry New Media Writing

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