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Being-with a Loss: The Productive Possibilities of Darkness in Gary Hill’s Dervish (1993-95).

Being-with a Loss: The Productive Possibilities of Darkness in Gary Hill’s Dervish (1993-95).

Megan Toye “I would argue that unease, discomfort or frustration – along with fear, contradiction, exhilaration and absurdity – can be crucial to any work’s artistic impact.” -Claire Bishop, Artificial Hells: Participatory Art and the Politics of Spectatorship   Gary Hill, Dervish, 1993-95, Aluminum and wood structure, four plate glass mirrors, two modified video projectors. Image courtesy of the Artist. Photo Credit: Robert Keziere. Taking as a starting point the above statement from Claire...

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FantasyPeak2.JPG: Toward a Digital Geology

FantasyPeak2.JPG: Toward a Digital Geology

Daniel J Glendening Some propose that the center of the earth is a giant lump of gold. Others, backed by pulse readings, claim it is molten rock: magma. It’s not. The center of the earth is data, ones and zeros swirling in a black abyss. I’ve been spending a lot of time in Earth’s Edge lately. It’s an immersive digital environment, put on goggles and you’re inside. The world of Earth’s Edge takes the...

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