mikecelona.net - A performance experiment consisting of nearly 3 hours of home video footage arranged in an edit timeline and manually scrubbed at high speed in an attempt to generate random sensory impressions similar to memory fragments within the viewer’s mind from which a personal subliminal narrative can be derived, similar to that of a recovering amnesia patient.
Viewers are encouraged to share their interpretations of the footage with one another and to discuss the moral/ethical implications of high-impact editing techniques as a possible form of conditioning for future direct neural data transfer technologies. Now that there is increasing speculation amongst analysts that things are moving in that direction, one has to wonder if such a development will usher in a new era of interactivity with users engaging in free-association with raw data with only limited mediation or will it merely increase the entertainment industry’s stranglehold on passive viewers?
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