Presented beautifully by a self-proclaimed “media archaeologist,” these “digressive adventures” are an exhaustive selection of links, images, articles and texts covering art, science, culture, sub-culture, and miscellaneous curiosities to keep restless minds engaged on a regular basis.
Michael Manning, Artist
How do you sell an animated GIF? // http://hyperallergic.com/19769/how-do-you-sell-an-animated-gif/
This unplanned interview with Lauren Cornell spurred more debate about the of production and sale of digital artworks than anything else online this year.
Sally McKay, Artist
Yoshi Sodeoka // https://plus.google.com/117963090017954160260/posts
Yoshi Sodeoka’s sophisticated animated art gifs scratch a whole pile of eye/brain itches all at once — they are so goofy, choppy and internet-eye-candy indulgent while still making visual homage to the video sources from whence they came.
Maria Michails, Artist
National Geographic Photo // http://photography.
I pick this link because it lets me dream: that there is a beautiful, peaceful, ecologically and socially healthy world out there. I know it’s a fantasy but it reminds me of what could be and that I’m alive, even as I sit at my desk working away.
For now on, I want these people writing my catalogue essays.
Carolina Miranda, Editor C-Monster, WNYC’s Gallerina
The German Forklift Safety video// http://c-monster.net/blog1/tag/german-forklift-safety-video/
[This video] combines the right amount of institutional blandness with low-budget horror movie gore. All around a winner.