Visualisation [blogpost, week 8].

[This is my visualisation. It responds to the week eight readings for ARTS2090.]

– This illusion’s got to find a way  –

Underpinning the struggle over privacy in the digital, online age, is an uneasiness about whether our online lives are 'real'.

Underpinning the struggle over privacy in the digital, online age, is an uneasiness about whether our online lives are ‘real’.

Source list:

All images under creatives commons licences.

Arnell, Timo (2006) ‘the dashed line in use’, <http://www.nearfield.org/2006/09/the-dashed-line-in-use>

Derrida, Jacques (1995) ‘Archive Fever—A Freudian Impression’, Diacritics, 25(2), pp9-63.

Enszer, Julie R. (2008) Julie R. Enszer (personal blog), ‘Archive Fever: A Freudian Impression by Jacques Derrida’, November 16, <http://julierenszer.blogspot.com/2008/11/archive-fever-freudian-impression-by.html>

Habermas J, 1991, The Structural Transformation of the public sphere – an inquiry into a category of bourgeois society, MIT Press.

Plato (n.d.) on ‘art and illusion’ in ‘a snippet of a dialogue: Theodorus – Theaetetus – Socrates – an Eleatic stranger’ from Sophist, <http://www.ellopos.net/elpenor/greek-texts/ancient-greece/plato/plato-sophist.asp?pg=34&gt;.

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