Over on the Tumblr for my forthcoming book, The Emergence of the Digital Humanities, I’ve just posted about Kelly Goeller’s iconic street-art creation, Pixel Pour. A recent conversation with the artist cleared up for me some questions of timing and materials of this “8-bit” installation and helped me understand the viral spread of images of the work, which has become an icon of the eversion.
- RT @nowviskie: OMG everybody stop everything & marvel at this 1880s silk-paged punchcard-programmed book of hours woven on a jacquard loom.… 3 days ago
- As @jamesbridle continues to map the irruptions and shadows, in this case with salt. twitter.com/loriemerson/st… 6 days ago
- @cstahmer @mkirschenbaum @fraistat hear, hear. 2 weeks ago
- RT @mkirschenbaum: They found it: theguardian.com/world/2017/mar… @fraistat @s3jones, @cstahmer, time to update the MOO? 2 weeks ago
- Killing a Program That Brings History to Life nyti.ms/2moma1f 2 weeks ago