The digital revolution is over. — Nicholas Negroponte (1998) “Post digitalism: works that reject the hype of the so-called digital revolution. The familiar digital tropes of purity, pristine sound and images and perfect copies are abandoned in favour of errors, glitches and artefacts” – Ian Andrews
Aim of This DeckTo draw the connecting line of post-digitalism fromthe symptoms of the aesthetic values in pop cultureto communication strategy and attitude in advertising Yeah, sort of.
Post DigitalismThe "post-digital" aesthetic was developed in part as a result of the immersive experience ofworking in environments suffused with digital technology: computer fans whirring, laser printerschurning out documents, the sonification of user-interfaces, and the muffled noise of harddrives. But more specifically, it is from the "failure" of digital technology that this new work hasemerged: glitches, bugs, application errors, system crashes, clipping, aliasing, distortion,quantization noise, and even the noise floor of computer sound cards are the raw materialscomposers seek to incorporate into their music. Kim Cascone, The Aesthetic of Failure (2001)
Dubstep use the term like ‘dirty’ and Mocking with skill: layers and‘filthy’ into electronic music psychedelic music demonstrated by The Flaming Lips
Deconstructive narration and intertextuality; written for Google –enabled audience
KEEP CALM AND TAKE REFERENCE FROM HISTORY,CONTEXTUALIZE AND MAKE A MEME OUT OF IT