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READING # 2 — for April 3rd

Natalie Bookchin — the intruder page 30 — http://bookchin.net/projects/intruder.html
Shu Lea Cheang — Brandon page 36 — http://brandon.guggenheim.org/
Etoy — Toywar page 42 http://www.etoy.com http://www.etoy.com/projects/toywar/
Olia Lialina – My boyfriend came back from the war page 60, — http://www.teleportacia.org/war/war.html
Jennifer and Kevin McCoy page 64 Horror Chase — http://mccoyspace.com/video/Horror_Chase-Line_Feed.mp4 Every Shot Every Episode —http://mccoyspace.com/video/Every_Shot-Every_Episode-1.mov
Mouchette Mouchette.org page 66 — http://mouchette.org/
ArtMark — Artmark page 80 — http://www.rtmark.com/
Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries — Bust down the door again page 94 — http://www.yhchang.com/BUST_DOWN_THE_DOORS!.html

Questions for Reading 3 — Narrative vs. Non – Narrative and Identity

 

Q1 Look up the defination of Hypertext ( wikipedia) and choose the best 2 art projects from the artists above that best exmplfiy that concept. Give reasons.

Q2 From these same examples please describe 2 examples that use the more conventional linear sense of narrative and 2 examples that still create narrative, even if its not linear. Lastly name 2 more where the material is interested in the nature of narrative vs. non-narrative based infomation. Give reasons.

Q3. Which examples seem to rely on the idea that content producers of digital media can create and/or control their identity. Give reasons.

Q4. Discuss as a group what are some of the common themes, subjects, activities and cliches that you think are the best stories from the internet.



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