net art, video, performance

Annie Abrahams

The art of online affecting: a crash course

Suddenly, cultural life takes place entirely on the internet, which until now was mainly used for marketing. How should you play the online stage, how to emote your audience there too? “Don’t get eaten by the screen.”

Alex Burghoorn, art critic of one of the biggest Dutch newspapers, De Volkskrant, interviewed me a few days ago and in his article he states that it is worthwhile to dwell on my work, now that not only a period of great financial worries for the arts, but also of digital experiments has begun. It feels as this is my moment of glory :).

I hope some readers got inspired and now start weaving moments of Distant Feeling(s) in their online meetings.
Fork Distant Feeling(s)!, it could be good for your health!

You can find the article (in Dutch) here online: https://www.volkskrant.nl/cultuur-media/de-kunst-van-het-online-ontroeren-een-spoedcursus~b8355ab1

My work can be difficult, some find it scary to participate,” says the pioneer of net art. “It can also fail, that there is no special feeling. I don’t mind, that emphasizes the vulnerable side of people.

ps The article also touches upon other digital art experiences.

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