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Digital Edition

A body that enters a digital space is naturally a body queered, a body-becoming-images. It is folded, inserted, copied, connected, scanned, deleted, entirely disembodied to become sets of discrete data. It is precisely re-imagined through the participation of our very real bodies, when we touch, click, press, scroll, on phones, tablets, laptops. Is there a becoming-body-digital, too? What do the possibilities of mutual becoming feedback to our bodies? By inhabiting different languages that are nonetheless inherently digital, the works in the Digital Media section present themselves simultaneously as questions and as answers: what about a body that moves 24 frames per second? That loops? That is modelled and uploaded? That responds to program codes?...