A collection of artists, musicians, actors and the others of the sort speaking without language. The work removes language from the speaker leaving them with grunts, moans and sighs.
Category Archives: noise
Is [url] down for everyone or just me?
tool to check if website is down, due to variety of different reasons, one being a ddos attack.
The living room is where the product is made and you are the product. We quickly forget what our purpose in life is as soon as we are programmed by the system to behave certain ways and most importantly purchase in certain ways. Our behaviors are not judged on how we perform and think anymore, rather they are on what we are able to buy and what we own.
“Here is the challenge of media democracy: to change the way information flows, the way we interact with the mass media, the way meaning is produced in our society. This DVD – a collection of television spots and video clips produced over the years by regular culture jammers – is proof that anyone can seize the media reins and begin producing real meaning.”
“World war 3 will be a guerrilla information war with no division between civilian and military participation.” – Marshall McLuhan
Look under “more info” for links to point cloud animation.
first attempt at creating an interface that mines rss feeds for subversive and comforting words that are used regularly in contemporary society in which they become devoid of content. with this data i create a visual cutout (inspired by dada and william s burroughs) with two corresponding videos that are pixelated and layered on top of each other, one being comfort and the other being dissent. the pixelation is randomly deleted using an algorithm and reveals the video behind the one in the front creating a parallel stream of media to bombard the consumer. all of this is streaming of course creating a new way of consuming media content that is disseminated through our standard media channels. the hope of the project is to create a parallel method in consuming dissent and comfort where the ultimate recording device (the human being) begins to decipher the system it exists within. all of this begins to question the ubiquitous encryption of media prevalent in the system
We are trying to find a spontaneous way for the individual to be able to break away from syntactical structures and explore the contents of the human recording machine.
War of the Worlds was a Novel by HG Wells, but the War of the Worlds that I am interested in is the radio broadcast that took place on October 30, 1938. The show involved a host of different participants that acted the story of martians invading earth, but what radiolab shows us is the development up to the point of panic. The Hindenburg had just crashed and resentment towards Germans were increasing. These plus many different variables began to generate the chaos that was the war of the worlds. FCC president at the time was quoted calling the radio show an “act of terorism.” Again, this concept was reanacted in equador, where in which the aftermath was violent. It led to mass hysteria and riot which led to the burning of the radio station, leaving 6 people dead. I find these terms and reactions to be interesting, in the sense that a certain media channel has the ability to create such paranoia, chaos and distress. In a world of a mass decentralized network, is this possible to occur again?