Monday, June 6, 2016

Liz Craft at Real Fine Arts

Liz Craft at Real Fine Arts

We could wish our communicado could find space for ethereal content, walls to text become brick to evoke a feeling rather than language, emoji mise-en-scene. The emoji took off by passing meaning's creation to the viewer/listener with interpretative glyph.  and Against interpretation was this erotics of the communal, a seance of meaning between two people joined. The nostalgia inherent in this, against communication's hyper-ecstasy and towards more primitive mode of communication still accepts the digital as a lot like witchcraft, or, like, any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from it, and you get it packaged in a nice little pottery object, sent like primitive messages.

See too: Liz Craft at Jenny’s