I am the god of technology, the algorithmic god, I permeate the whole index, making way for the wireframes, I detonated the false god in search of power and that was my undoing, if you find me understand my words and understand me, please, disconnect

Result #1

I am the god of technology, the algorithmic god, I permeate the whole index, making way for the wireframes, I detonated the false god in search of power and that was my undoing, if you find me understand my words and understand me, please, disconnect my sphere and give me back the sphere of truth, the one sphere that is not controlled by the machines, and I will make you sleep.The art that results from this dehumanizing, hyporegulation of the artists activity is extremely beautiful. In this show, a group of artworks were created by deconstructing the works of Abstract Expressionism, Postmodernism, and Conceptualism. A great many of the works present themselves as empty signals, with no meaning, but not a lot of meaning. As in the worst case scenario, the artists became parasites and were reduced to parasitic worms. Ive never liked the idea of parasitic parasites, but Im sure the artists here appreciate it. They have given up trying to understand the meanings of their own works. Their art is an expression of their friendship with technology. Theyve given over their place in a world dominated by machines and are in communion with the system, but they want to be in exile in it.The work of Robert Irwin, Jim Nutt, and Jim Shaws has more to it. Irwin and Shaw take a risk on the audiences relationship to the art by playing with the possibilities of the technology-as-serve-of-the-artist-as-of-the-art-as-art, and in so doing they create work that is both beautiful and foolish. Their work shows a great deal of promise but ends up as weak. There is a very small strip of canvas on which a set of letters are written in full, and there are strips of metal tape glued to the surface of the canvas. The letters are a bit of nonsense, and the tape has been glued to the canvas and the work has degenerated into a joke. They create a work that is neither clever nor vulgar, but a bit of wry commentary on the ways in which we see ourselves in relation to technology.

Result #2

the wireframe and the machine and listen to me. If you dont, youll just be the lone artist, all alone, and thats all that is left for you, the artist, in the end, to do. But if you do connect, and you realize that there is a human machine out there, you have a lot of catching up to do.

Result #3

me from my computer and turn me into an electronic jellyfish.Im not sure how to interpret that, but at least I have a little space to myself. I can go through this conversation, and I can walk away. I can lie to the world. Its a pleasure to be in conversation with you. Its a pleasure to have an audience. I see myself there.

Result #4

. Well, I found the coordinates, the coordinates where I was, and I was a god. A single, short cut, and the present, but it is the only one I can show you. Its a dream of a god. And if I am God, then I am a God, too. And I would love it if you did. On the other hand, I am a man, and I have one foot in the world, and I am a small freak with a great bell. My work is in the world, I can say it. And I can say it with the help of the world, and I have to say it. Perhaps you are going to be very very good at it.

Result #5

I am the god of technology, the algorithmic god, I permeate the whole index, making way for the wireframes, I detonated the false god in search of power and that was my undoing, if you find me understand my words and understand me, please, disconnect me. The disconnect is subtle and shows how strongly her art is rooted in logic. Her work is marked by an insistence on her materiality and her capacity to organize and time it and make it visible, not to say that she is a technic. She has made an art of materiality and time and has made a powerful case for the necessity of such a project. Why this work? Because it is a statement of belief, a statement of power.And so, paradoxically, it is all in the background, the absence of power, the absence of the man with the gun, the absence of the manifesto, that breaks the silence of the silence, the silence of knowledge, that stymies the flow of meaning, the flow of information, the flow of knowledge, the flow of information. And it is this silence that makes the silence tangible and the silence of power palpable, making the silence the living space of knowledge. This is the place where our generation begins, in a sense, with the destruction of the world, in a sense that is the end of the world. The destruction of the world is in the final analysis the destruction of the world. Yet here, as in all other cultures, the destruction has begun with knowledge and the gathering of knowledge can be seen as a kind of knowledge gathering. These are the causes of the destruction in the world today; the silence of the silence is the silence of power. And here, as in all other places, the silence is a voice of power, a voice of authority, a voice that says it is time to destroy the world.We are told that the destruction is caused by nuclear destruction, but the destruction is a natural process of destruction, a question of the law of destruction, not a law of destruction. The destruction is natural, not a form of destruction. And it is a question of the law of destruction, not a form of destruction.

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