[NetBehaviour] Latest on post-truth from Furtherfield :)
Charlotte Elizabeth Webb
c.webb4 at chelsea.arts.ac.uk
Fri May 12 14:08:53 CEST 2017
I wanted to share another couple of articles from my stint as guest editor at Furtherfield, offering different takes on the notion of post-truth.
I’m hugely grateful to Carleigh and Filippo for their fantastic work :) For the sake of brevity, I’ve not posted the full texts, so hope y’all r happy to link out...
Trump: Image-Without-Body, by Carleigh Morgan<http://bit.ly/trumpface>
“Trump’s iconic visage has dominated the memeplex for months...” but what about his body? Carleigh Morgan examines how Trump’s physique psychically resonates with his supporters, whilst the iconographic function of his face remains a key driver for the TRUMP empire. http://bit.ly/trumpface<https://t.co/oiLloVfRml>
Radical noise! Dada tactics in a post-truth world, by Filippo Lorenzin<http://bit.ly/radnoise>
What do the Dada artists of the early 20th Century have in common with the internet artists of today? This article explores how both groups used linguistic and aesthetic strategies to reveal the absurdity of dogmatic and exclamatory propaganda and advertising. bit.ly/radnoise<https://t.co/h9XLQc9jxb>
Enjoy, and please share!
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