Tag Archives: Internet

Duckie vs Fortnight – what would you give up?

In my research for my Masters I am looking at our relationship with real, tangible objects – things we can have a haptic experience with – compared with our relationship with virtual intangible objects (hyperobjects) such as Facebook, Twitter, digital … Continue reading

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Surprise criticism in the real world

One of my interests in my art practice is the use of the Internet as a forum for art engagement. I use Instagram, Twitter and Facebook extensively for engagement with regular people in my art. I use it more than … Continue reading

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Everyone is an artist

I’m still reading about post-Internet art (just about, I’m near the end). One of the points made in one of the last essays in this book has made me observe more closely than normal the humdrum, every day activity that … Continue reading

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