[NetBehaviour] corps machine

aabrahams aabrahams at bram.org
Tue Apr 22 11:41:59 CEST 2008


I fould the reply :

The phrase came from Ollivier Dyens
"I first came across Ollivier in the mid 1990's when I read his article 'The
Emotion of Cyberspace: Art and Cyber-ecology,' in Leonardo. At the time i
was deeply questioning my newly formed relationship with computer
technology; and on reading his essay, the lines "the living being is the
sacred text of cyberspace... our body is the screen (the signifying surface
) by which the machine has access to reality" deeply ressonated with me, and
profoundly influenced my approach towards working on the net." Melinda
Rackman in

Thanks to Jimpunk

On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 8:29 PM, lst at x257.com <lst at x257.com> wrote:

> aabrahams a écrit :
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I am using the  text : "Notre corps est la surface par laquelle la
> machine à
> > accès au réel." for one of my collectif writing projects.
> > I guess this means something like "Our body is the surface by which the
> body
> > has access to reality"
> machine does not need a body to access reality, it needs humans to
> construct them.
> ++
> y
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