The human experience is now a mixture of physical, cerebral, digital, and metaphysical.

We contend with the myths of our ancestors as we see our own played out in phantasmagorical cybernarratives.



Poised on the top of a 1998 tube screen personal computer, we teeter on the edge and figure out what it means to be alive.

“An artist’s life, improvised thoughts, personal theories, and fictional narratives are all cut from the same cloth, especially when the artist fashions himself as a participant in an autopioetic [from Greek αὐτo- (auto-), meaning ‘self’, and ποίησις (poiesis), meaning ‘creation, production’] network of threaded intellectual activity that I have come to call the artificial intelligencia.”  META/DATA: A Digital Poetics

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