Artistic Squatting is an art exhibition that virtually 'invaded' Google's Headquarters. The exhibition started in 2009 and is still available to be visited on Google's virtual grounds without need for 'permission or forms of identification'. This is what I always liked about contemporary digital media: the virtual impossibility of stopping a process of participation and layering of concepts over the institutionally framed hierarchies.

SCREAMS AT GOOGLE2018-02-06T18:38:52+00:00


DEATH, WAR, CENSORSHIP, FETISHISM AND HEROIC AFTERLIVES THROUGH DIGITAL NARRATIVES: THE MEDIATED REPRESENTATIONS OF ETHICS, DEATH, VICTORY AND SURVIVAL ABSTRACT It is no longer possible to shy away from the trans-mediated presence of death that symbolizes, in the context of contemporary cultural conflicts and upheavals, not only change within the wider local communities but also changes within the Western world and its relationships with ‘other’

DEATH & WAR2018-02-06T18:39:08+00:00
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