The OOO lecture sent me thinking of how does performance art deal with this concept especially with the live arts such as dance. Drawing on Michal Helfmans interpretation of Dorothea von Hantelmann, the idea of the subject that the modern society put so much effort into nurturing is turning…

For this weeks blog I thought it would be best to post the conversation I had with George Kuhn a friend that studies with me, right after class:

[23/02 13:05] Sai Rapoports

Hi! wasn’t really able to follow all the things you said on teams, not sure I agree with…

An excerpt from “Ugly” (2019) by Nikita Diakur & Redbear Easterman

In this story I will use several art works in order to discuss several issues and thought I had during the seminar with Rachel Falconer.

The Archive of The GUIDE VR by Clareese Hill: There is no doubt about how crucial it is to find new platforms of acquiring marginalized…

Starting from the turn of the century to the current COVID pandemic, a very important change in the epistemological perception of knowledge is taking place. The common thought is that our knowledge as humans is wildly constructed through the intersection of two of our senses- our touch and our vision…

Stunningly explosive ART by Antoni Tudisco, Germany

Story Telling

Data- what is data that is not institutionalized? There doesn’t seem to be an easy way to gather data In an alternative way so that it will not be managed by one organizing source. …

As I am still struggling to put my finger on what is it in Computational Arts that invokes such an anxious feeling inside me, I went back
into trying to pin point some additional paradoxes and problems arousing from the discourse in this weeks lecture.

Paradox :until it is mastered…

Here are some thoughts following the reading of John Laws “Material Semiotics” and Kristina Lindstrom and Asa Stahl’s “Studies in Material Thinking”:

*Patching is a metaphor for a way of conducting a research, and it asks to put the process at the center of attention. This stands opposite to the…

In the process of thinking about the term Ecology- which constantly moved between being extremely banal to being confusingly complex- I found Stengers’s text to be the most interesting one. It has to do first of all with the way she thinks, her use of language and metaphors and her…

“..the second difference between the algorithmic contingency and the contingency of laws of nature [:] It doesn’t mean that the algorithm itself is not perfect, but rather that the complexity it produces overwhelms the simplicity and clarity of algorithmic thinking” (Hui, 2015).

I would like to suggest that in creating…

Shai rapoport

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