If Communication is Commodity, Let’s Weird: Disruption & Net Art
PUBLICATION: The Art Happens Here: Net Art Anthology
EDITORS: Michael Connor and Aria Dean
DATE April 2019
The slippages of “disruptive” art practices like the flight of BIT Plane trick and trip vectors of power to relay the larger shifting grounds for representation under an informational paradigm. At the same time, they reflexively consider the critical gesture’s assumed capacity to always and unquestionably produce revolutionary new ideas. Quite simply, disruption involves a breakage, but the how and what of that fracture evolves in tandem with the growth of the internet as a market-driven mass media system.
— “If Communication is Commodity, Let’s Weird: Disruption & Net Art” in The Art Happens Here: Net Art Anthology, April 2019