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Mez Breeze developed, and continues to write in, the hybrid language mezangelle. Her unorthodox use of language demonstrates the ubiquity of digitization and the intersections of the digital and the real that are increasingly common in 21st century life. As well as creating static literary texts using mezangelle, Breeze also creates multi-disciplinary multimedia works online, and participates in online happenings that blur the lines between on- and off-line behavior.
Artcontext features a variety of collaborative net artworks, experiments in network creativity that rely on participative visiting artists. A hybrid of telecommunication software and concept art, Artcontext is focused on the aesthetics and politics of collaborative media. Within Artcontext people can behave creatively, cooperatively or destructively; communicating and, at the same time, substantially modifying and revising what will be the experience of the site for future visitors.
Everyone thinks about deleting their FB account at some point, it's a completely normal reaction to the overwhelming nature of digital culture. Is it time to consider a new development in your life? Are you looking for the opportunity to start fresh? Or are you just seeking cheap thrills at the expense of your social network? Maybe it's time for you to play Social Roulette.
Loop was a group learning project from 1998. One web page a day for six weeks. 13 people. 364 pages. Starting from the most basic html getting more complex each day. A collective sketch book. A space for ideas.
A resource for other people. A learning process. Based in Woolwich in South London. The whole project ran from 8th June 1998 to 22nd July 1998.
Distant Feeling(s) by Daniel Pinheiro, Lisa Parra and Annie Abrahams. 2017-ongoing. Distant Feeling(s) is an online [open to all] yearly reconnection, a ritual of contemplation on our situation of being together while being separated. An ever-changing re-enactment of our intra-action with and through machines. Eyes closed. No talking.