Category Archives: Writing


Archeology of a Floppy Disk

These ancient rubbings, circa 1990, show a primitive means of data storage used in the prior millennium. According to recollections passed down through the years, these disks were once ubiquitous; the means of transport for data in the late 1980s … Continue reading

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The Fractal Nature of Everything

Looking at things we didn’t see, imagining things we can’t see: those things that are intermediated, whether it’s the microscope, the copy machine, the fax, the scanner, the digital camera; and so many other means of reproduction in the current … Continue reading

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Game Playing Posing As Art? The Case of Regional Writing

The following was written originally as a response to “Unrelenting analysis” continues to grip art world on Two Coats of Paint. But alas, being over 4096 characters, my comment was too long to be posted, so I have revised and … Continue reading

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