Wednesday, 19 June 2013

More reads

Like most people on the internet, I've been following James Bridle intently for a while now - not agreeing with everything, but fascinated by what he says (I used his writing extensively when I talked about Ben Cauchi's work at City Gallery earlier this year).

Vanity Fair is now up with the action, profiling Bridle in anticipation of his exhibition at the Corcoran. Bridle has also put up two new posts recently: Hacking the word ('A manifesto/rant about online literatures') and The New Aesthetic and its politics ('On the politics of computation, and seeing clearly').

If you're not feeling up to the reading, how about running The Deletionist over the pages instead an enjoying a deterministic programmatic poem?

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