We went to the Sci Fi Film Festival screening of Zombieland in costume as blood thirsty capitalist zombies, then we went to the Argyle in The Rocks and hung out with other bloodthirsty capitalist zombies who hadn’t realised it was Halloween.
Category Archives: Romance
Virilio’s concept of dromoscopy, the effect of speed on vision, has a cultural efficacy when one considers the smooth topology of the segmented spectacle. Edges enable a perspective of anticipation, surprise and wonder. This is different to the socialised punchline of commodified expectations. Compositions of aesthetic objects can create an ‘edge’. An ambience that induces […]
Fail Fail: Multiplicities of Fail
So I have incorporated too much internet geek-speak into my everyday vocabulary. I understand it is an attempt to speak in a variation of language different to that I am exposed to in the office while being able to express the difference and make sense. If I spoke in high-Deleuzian then it wouldn’t have the […]
She left the bit with the most toast crumbs
The title of this post from a poem I am working on. For me it expresses the way we form relations with the world around us both in terms of intimacy and estrangement. What follows is an improvised meditation on the way I am trying to grapple with a feeling of loneliness and relations of […]
A lost soul poses the question to Slashdot: Where does a geek find a social life? The responses are half lmao, half serious business and half wtf (that’s right, 150%, cause it’s that awesome): don’t call it meatspace, it freaks out the normal people. If you try something and it fails, you can always reload […]