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boyirl:

Rachel de Joode - The Imaginary Order, 2012 

This piece is about a parallel, Google existence and the border between the physical and the imaginary. The internet offers the possibility of another kind of life, a non-physical, mechanical existence which resides separate from the body. On the internet, there is an “ideal” self, a fictional self, that is not real. This parallel persona is reproduced and distributed in a place that we cannot see or grasp, and it lives and decays at a rate different than our physical selves. However, this alternate, Internet being is still a real thing, its thingness Google

boyirl:

Rachel de Joode - The Imaginary Order, 2012 

This piece is about a parallel, Google existence and the border between the physical and the imaginary. The internet offers the possibility of another kind of life, a non-physical, mechanical existence which resides separate from the body. 

On the internet, there is an “ideal” self, a fictional self, that is not real. This parallel persona is reproduced and distributed in a place that we cannot see or grasp, and it lives and decays at a rate different than our physical selves. However, this alternate, Internet being is still a real thing, its thingness Google

(via belle-nd)

New: Leiik - Holes

soundinjections:

South London based boy/girl duo Leiik shared their debut single Holes as quite as possible yet leaving us speechless since listen one! A powerful song that’s been based in the creepy yet warm ambient pop instrumentation and the engaging, breathy female vocals that has flooded the…