The Professor VJ blog feeds into the latest update at MANP where the concept of nature photography gets turned on its head. Speaking of nature, here's an idea: instead of buying into the idea of nature as distant other that needs to become reintegrated into our lives via green consumerism, what if we were to generatively postproduce our latest version of nature per se by embodying its psychic rhythm, spinning narratological remixes of what it means to become a natural (player), of role-playing an entrepreneurial remixologist using the methods of alchemy to design otherwordly Life Style Practice.
The body is a great void.
Any technology is a value-added prosthetic to the remixological processes of the creative unconscious, even as the artist knowingly inserts their own brand name identity into the global flow of capital.
The state of confusion and general unclarity preceding the creative breakthrough in any work of art is an indication of the prophetic (and hauntological) tendencies of the artist as medium.
Technologies attach themselves to the interface between our conscious and unconscious states so, in a sense, they are alive. Or at least they seem to be.