memorial for my father, second day

true to the image or true to the intention
images have no intention, true to the image
true to the mood of the image, has no mood
nor true to the mood of the intention,
nor intention of the mood, nor truth to the image
which is formed by mood and intention,
no intention of intention, and no framing,
but framing of intention and mood, no framing
of the image, but the image's framing, breaking
the mood, intention

every image is memorial of itself,
memorial of every image, and a god
might say, so much sight, so much sight

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Volume 42, Issue 1, 2009.
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Volume 42, Issue 1 - February 2009


The Future of Leonardo Depends on You! - Jeffrey Babcock

Color Plates

Color Plates

Artists' Articles

Patterns That Connect - Dawn Whitehand

Without Visible Scars: Digital Art and the Memory of War - Lanfranco Aceti

Intimate Distances: Mediating Mutuality, Contestation and Exchange between Bodies - Phillip Warnell

General Articles

Campaigners for Camouflage: Abbott H. Thayer and William J. Dakin - Ann Elias

Hindu Tree Veneration as a Mode of Environmental Encounter - Louise Fowler-Smith

Fact and Fantasy in Nanotech Imagery - David S. Goodsell

Scoring the Work: Documenting Practice and Performance in Variable Media Art - Corina MacDonald

Theoretical Perspective


Yael Kanarek is a new media artist. Since 1995, She has been developing World of Awe with a growing body of works and collaborations in net art, photography, sculpture, literature, music and dance. Works share the narrative of a traveler the who searches for a lost treasure in a parallel world called Sunset/Sunrise. Through the ancient genre of the travel narrative, World of Awe threads language, memory and technology.

Eyebeam CV
2009FHonorary Fellow
SHonorary Fellow
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2008FHonorary Fellow
SHonorary Fellow
2007FHonorary Fellow
SHonorary Fellow
2006FHonorary Fellow
SHonorary Fellow
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