Isn’t it the opposite? That the computer age actually saves / preserves / enables cultural memory? That we’ve never seen such a cultural reservoir as now? Maybe it is - as openendedgroup continue, - an age that perhaps offers a solution.
freewheelin.nu is a site where e-lit, installations, digital art, blogs and other texts are linked in a hyperdimensional space of underpasses, highways, rivers, bridges, tunnels that intersect in the art project Plastic Spaces whenever possible.
And there is more. Image music text and technology intertwined in digital art and textual [dis]pleasures - in the erratic vibrancy, evanescence and intangibility of the text/work - that interfaces with the erotic body [electrified].
Beautiful walk to and at the Woodland Cemetery, a World Heritage site since 1994. It’s huge. And…