Duncan Alexander

Member Since August 18, 2010

Website: hypothete.com/

I wish I could have been there! This looks spectacular. I saw the lobsters and Jeremy Bailey's piece on Facebook; these photos really fill in a lot of details. I ...
Hawt. These images would look great as projections, I'd imagine, especially if some of that old-school scan-line shiveriness of pixels was still going on. Keep it up, and don't let ...
5 years, 5 months ago on Days of Our Lives (2009) - Restless People

Cortright's work makes me so happy. She gets everything right about net art.
5 years, 5 months ago on Required Reading

Last post! When I say "any artwork that exists in the presence of the masses - so accessibility first! - can be labeled as "social media art,"," I mean ...
5 years, 5 months ago on Required Reading

Now that I've stated my case, let's return to the problem at hand: Social Media Art. Based on my previous arguments, it should be obvious that I am against any ...
5 years, 5 months ago on Required Reading

(a note: Rhizome is blocking my attempts to use urls in posts. These were more annotated.)
5 years, 5 months ago on Required Reading

As we've discovered in the most recent comments, websites have degrees of interactivity. I run a blog and also a website. The blog allows for anyone to comment - even anonymous ...
5 years, 5 months ago on Required Reading

As we've discovered in the most recent comments, websites have degrees of interactivity. I run a blog (shameless plug 1) and also a website (shameless plug 2). The blog allows ...
5 years, 5 months ago on Required Reading

Hi Rhizome! I've been trying to publish a comment, but nothing is showing up. I'm going to try posting this in chunks, so forgive me if in 8 hours my ...
5 years, 5 months ago on Required Reading

Ok, let me start off by saying hello and I can't believe I'm registering specifically for this discussion!

I think it might be most helpful at this point for a ...