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Pasta&Vinegar » Blog Archive » “Pixeliose” a disease resulting in partial pixelation of the field of vision
"Adrien suffers pixeliose, an unknown disease resulting in partial pixelation of his field of vision. To cure this disease, he goes to a woman, Dr. Rittenmatter, ophthalmologist."
video  newaesthetic  sf  design+fiction 
november 2012 by warrenellis
Flambient
Flambient is a Chrome extension that adds a button to Flickr's Photo & All Sizes pages that lets you add the "pxl" image effect.
web  newaesthetic 
july 2012 by warrenellis
THE NEW AESTHETIC - A VISUAL DISCUSSION on the Behance Network
"A Book exploring the State of The New Aesthetic as it stands. Intended as a starting point for discussion and a snapshot of The New esthetic as it stands"
newaesthetic  books 
may 2012 by warrenellis
Is Fashion Ready for a New Aesthetic? | BoF – The Business of Fashion
"As a term, “The New Aesthetic” may be short-lived. Surprising many, James Bridle shut down the New Aesthetic Tumblr ten days ago, exactly one year after it was launched. But if the “New Aesthetic” movement is already dead, this is surely only the beginning of digital technologies impacting the way fashion creatives think, see and design. Indeed, the generation of students just starting to arrive in fashion schools have only ever known a world that’s mediated by digital technology and learnt to process visual culture through a ceaseless digital stream of appropriated and juxtaposed images."
newaesthetic  fashion 
may 2012 by warrenellis
The New Aesthetic and The New Writing : Kenneth Goldsmith : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation
"The Twenty-first century is invisible. We were promised jetpacks but ended up with handlebar moustaches. The surface of things is the wrong place to find the 21st century. Instead, the unseen, the Infrathin—those tiny devices in our pockets or the thick data-haze which permeates the air we breathe — locates us in the present."
newaesthetic  culture  gz 
april 2012 by warrenellis
on panpsychism and OOO « Object-Oriented Philosophy
"But what OOO really says is as follows. Humans and animals do not confront reality directly, but only sensual caricatures of it. So far, that’s pretty much just basic Kant, and shouldn’t be too controversial. The controversial step is to say that the same is true of inanimate beings in confrontation with each other. However, keep in mind that this is not the same thing as ascribing “consciousness” to rocks."

Sent to me by Ian Bogost. Okay. More reading to do. Also, though, a thing Mr Bogost said to me on twitter (while being very kind to a slow mind like mine): "The smell of animism is there, but it's a calculated risk. At the end of the day, anthropocentrism is inescapable."
philosophy  newaesthetic 
april 2012 by warrenellis
New Aesthetic // OOO // Future of Things | Near Future Laboratory
Perfect New Aesthetic summation: "It’s the nostril that must be picked."
newaesthetic 
april 2012 by warrenellis

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