RIMA conceptually addresses strategies for survival by way of poetically re-framing the facts behind the affects of solitary confinement and isolation. In a fictional present/future, across twelve hours Julie’s movement is translated into a relational virtual text stream (authored by Julie). Giving voice to the silent performance the words appear projected within the space while simultaneously delivered to a live webpage and twitter feed (twitter fiction). The overall effect is a mimic of real-time thoughts, responses and actions, which over the twelve hours build into a fictional narrative blurring an indistinct present with a sci-fi future.
RIMA was presented as part of the art program for
The End(s) of Electronic Literature International Conference
Bergen, Norway Aug 4 – 7 2015.
RIMA was performed remotely and hosted by
Contemporary Culture Art and Politics
a research group of the National Institute for Experimental Arts
UNSW Art & Design Sydney Australia
RIMA is a SQUIDSILO collaboration
Ashley Scott Programming and Sound
Julie Vulcan Text, Installation and Performance