"brilliant & very important..." dylan schenker
"prepare to have your thoughts provoked..." michael marshall smith
"frankenstein for the twitter age..." john higgs
"thoughtfully disturbing..." fabio sergio
"astonishing work..." jon pratty
"proper fascinating..." samuel west
"thoughtful and well-voiced..." jamie zigelbaum
"really awesome and smart..." julia kaganskiy
A short book about digital art
by Matt Pearson
foreword by Jeff Noon
coherence: topic drift:
"There are more complex definitions of art of course. Commercial works can sometimes be art; accidentally, inadvertently, or paradoxically. Art could also, for example, be the light we shine on the rot, rot we can point and make some art. And anyone with half an internet built on open source movement has been more appropriate forms of."
I can give you that is, genuinely, novel. The future is here, and make some art. And anyone with half an archive of tweets is probably why consumers wet themselves every time their attempts to control or glass case, it is the people’s view of course) – the scion sold for the kind of state they were.
Shadow had the right idea. He failed to capture the room, but clips of his performance on the rot, rot we make good societies. So go, get off your arse and make some art. And make it is art. If it can be the light we shine on the airport in an hour”. The only other personal.
They have their freedoms to lead. Or it can point and laugh at and ridicule into obscurity. We make art for the sake of money, you mean?” said Marek. “Yes, yes, like money. Two things clients rarely have. Dreaming the futures we want and then aiming for them is the people’s view of money, or fame, or.
It is only the very poorest for whom it can be the light we shine on the sake of money, or other bad fictions. Make good art and we make good societies. So go, get off your arse and make some art. And make it can be the light and shadows. Select only the very poorest for.
Holding my handset against the market. Bernie was a principle worth fighting for. This is what we, as artists (we’re all the power we need to fight against non-modernity, against anti-progress. If we are in danger of money, or fame, or other bad fictions. Make good art and we who decide whether there was somewhere to recharge?