Thanks for all your comments, particularly the reference to Bergson and your
explanation of "actualised rhythms". I think that "virtual multiplcities
which are actualised" sounds a lot to do with my ?viractaulism?. No?
Just one more question for now: How are "abstract informational mediums
material and geometrically discrete" when they are principally electronic?
If you are talking of networked computers, then the networked, digital
?world? is a multi-layered informational system in constant flux that seems
to defy systematic arrangement of its constituent elements. Are you just
focusing on the hardware?
The concepts of recycling, reproduction and continuous flow of information
are key issues in networked, digital art. Digital artists face the pressing
challenge of inventing new visual models that can represent this dynamic
flow of data. Here D+G have been most useful.
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