Readings 1.11.16
James Chae

I question how images can create reality as replications of reality? Images seem to have the power to mutate and permeate reality — Is this a reality within the world of images?

As an image mutates through filtration in the digital sphere does it get further from its original truth while retaining a temporally-bound truth?

What is lost and gained within the death and rebirth of an image? If the form is working as the content and the digital form has transformative properties, what does this mean?

Couldn’t the use of older technologies display an equally as engaging conversation regarding repurposing and redistribution of ideas? I understand the critique of “analog nostalgia”, but couldn’t synthesizing analog means and digital means have a similar “rebirth” effect?

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