What we do
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Their bodies become temporary bodies.
Digital culture changes how and what we remember, as a society.
Untethered from physical matter, these files work to extend life.
Rappers take a turn as museum guides in Juan Obando's video mixtape.
"A lot of what I do relates to the emergence of things."
I am no longer enacting an imagined future, but reenacting past traumas.
Our digital past is still here, it's just unevenly distributed.
Soft power and absurdity in the modern workplace.
"Why care today when technology will save us tomorrow."
An artist on the poetics of electronic resistance.
Like a cyber-Oracle of Delphi, the internet guides spiritual seekers to unforeseen destinies.
. First Look
A review of Rachael Archibald's featured digital installation "carnate (in-pinking)" on Paper-Thin.org.
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