blackBOX: Painting a digital picture of documented memory

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API Network
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
Rarely Looking In: The Writing of Australian Design ..., 2005, 84 pp. 141 - 150
Issue Date:
2005-01
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This article is an examination and critical positioning of my current digital media project blackBOX Painting a Digital Picture of Documented Memory. blackBOX is an interactive CD-ROM game and also an internet work. blackBOX seeks to exploit and enhance the creative potentials of digitally produced music, sound, image and text relationships in an interactive and online environment. This work seeks to reverse, obscure and distort the dominating/colonialist gaze in a playful manner. blackBOX is produced through the hybrid meeting of visual arts practise, digital film production and documentary dance performance. It also interacts with the notion of electronic (image/sound/text) writing, that was in fact prefigured in early Russian avant-garde practises.
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