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Body in the Language: for Event

Valuating from an anthropocentric vantage, the philosophic discourse of the West has long classified mind as independent of body, locating our capacity to remember, imagine and reason as distinct from […]


As somatic experience with objects informs how we image mental activity, we often conceive of our cognition in terms of a familiar medium, tool or machine. [continued below]   Renascent, […]

The Filters We Live Through

In an era of networked individualism, a prolificacy of online images necessitates of us a visual literacy. In what way do the aesthetics of this environment encode our development of […]


Citing the iconography of Adam and Eve, from Masaccio to Albrecht Dürer, Tamara de Lempicka to Grant Wood, I organize the computer desktop into a digital Eden in which an […]