Keep Calm and Carry on Monitoring the Media: A Review of Monitorial Citizen, NeMe (Cyprus), 9th December 2017, part of State Machines: Art, Work, and Identity in an Age of Planetary-Scale Computation. Published on Furtherfield, and Institute of Network Cultures. IN TOTO: 3 years in Tokyo by Simone Philippou http://cyprus.wiz-guide.com/index.php?pageaction=kat&modid=1&artid=1001 NIMAC: Drone Vision: Judgement Day,… Continue reading Reviews
I really wanted to be a police officer. The dream was dashed when I realised that I couldn't produce passing transcripts during the Police Exams. I didn't have it in me to suspend critical thought in a way that would allow me to go through with it / answer the exam questions. It had become clear that this was the underlying requirement. What was left was to undergo the exercise as a kind of performance.
So she was hacked. There dawns the realisation that it was a matter of time, one way or another. When we recently talked about the possibility of her being targeted in this way, in advance of all this, she ended the conversation with 'μάνα μου εν έσιει τίποτε.' Her sense that there's nothing to hide… Continue reading 4 points of frustration around the Eleni Loizidou ‘corruption scandal’ / My mom got hacked and they say she’s corrupt!
These are the early stages of an online crush; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frDamZjCbkI of single-mindedly consuming someone's work in awe, in this case, of their mastery in designing online presence, the way they create an arena and then perform subtle subversions within it, with perfectly self-reflective / powerful politics that sync their visual style with their take on… Continue reading enamoured with gmcfosho’s meta-confrontational political exorcisms: youtube-lofi(?) animation-SWAG hip-hop-killing anonymous video art doesn’t need this text, but here it is anyway SPLASH
OR “This is (the other) Aphrodite's fault”: Resolving the Dawn and the Sunset Issue (2017) Coming from a great interest in controversy, especially when it has to do with political memory, or the discursive overlap of politics and aesthetics, I conclude that the danger here isn't one of censorship. The issue is the idea that… Continue reading love for Nurtane: “Jaded historian of Makarios’ memory across media also thinks this is quite interesting for Pafos17” [draft]