Jason Nelson makes claims that he isn't a musician. I am deprived of the physical ability to play an instrument, he says: I only manipulate preexisting sound. And yet, one of the most striking things about his new work 'Plush' and indeed about much of his work in general, is the spacious use of sound.
There are certain artists out there in the network that frustrate me. Here I am, day in and day out, trying to formulate some sort of useful taxonomy of all the art forms I see emerging on the net, and do the artists care?
Jess Loseby is slick. Well, maybe Jess herself isn't slick; I mean, I'm sure she doesn't shine in certain turns of light (or maybe she does?), but her art is slick. And that, despite all the often pejorative implications attached to the word slick, is actually a good thing.
This work began as a poem about getting old and is based on the device used in packages like Adobe Premiere and Macromedia for sequencing images, video clips, and sound files. IE 5.5, Netscape 7.1, or Mozilla
An exploration of mans' misogyny and its relationship with war & its weaponry; in accordance to themes such as atomic energy, masculinity,bloodlust, sadism, sex, desire, fashion, heroism, lust, bravado, murder
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