Maddie Penn: google replied

google replied to classic drum man look with this     Become an archiving manual Make a modern archiving structure //Look into classical forms/ tools of the archive   Inefficient Perpetual,,,,,,,     Layering modes of making a myth/ conversation around the work                    Perhaps subtitle our videos Eg issy makes a video and George subtitles …

Miele Hollywood: research

Tangentially: The Archive and the Bathroom https://www.tate.org.uk/research/publications/tate-papers/09/tangentially-the-archive-and-the-bathroom Lucy Gunning “It reminds me of how Hal Foster defines the ‘archival impulse’ where he speaks of recasting lost or outmoded social practice as a type of aesthetics of resistance to an amnesiac society.” Foster also writes of an archival impulse which desires to ‘connect what cannot be …

George Moroney: Premises

  During the oral tradition the chest and mind are perceived as two symbiotic parts of one entity (phrenes). Breath gives speech, the chest thinks. With literacy, which has come with the invention of the Greek alphabet the boundaries of the interior self grow and the bodies separates from the processes of thought that go …

Nicole Davies: language, voluntary, involuntary

A main strain in our collective discussions has always been language. How we manipulate this language, whether this be by sound, video, installation or merely adjusting the visual aspect of language. I have tried to tie my collective practice in with my personal, or at least find links between the two. I feel that part …