[NetBehaviour] Somewhere Universe
julian.lesaux at gmail.com
Sun Apr 25 14:48:24 CEST 2021
I like this! I particularly like 'Past the moment of uncomfortable
blurring, the machine appears'.
On 24/04/2021 17:01, Alan Sondheim wrote:
> Somewhere Universe
> Somewhere I wrote - and I can't find it now - but I wrote this
> very early on that when you take a digital image and you
> stretch it stretch it and stretch it and stretch it eventually
> it appears to be analog, although also the analog result
> still remains within the digital. And this is something that
> I've been thinking about on and off - about how there is an
> uneasy interplay between abjection and articulation. The
> stretch is always already within the digital, it remains bound
> within it; on the other hand the image itself loses itself.
> Nothing remains but dis-ease. Past the moment of uncomfortable
> blurring, the machine appears; flesh subtends within the MRI.
> Appearance is nothing and everything. Note that.
> Do you understand this? We have no future. None of us do. We
> are windowless monads, neutrino windows or frames or absent
> altogether, (yes! that's it! absent!) unwriting, unwritten
> froth. It appears to be analog, slotted. I place symbol here,
> it's froth. (that's it! it needs shaking up! I _shook_ it!)
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