How’s That, written & produced by Arca and FKA twigs.
Video by Jesse Kanda.
The body is what allows this person to operate and become aware in the world. I’ve always been envious of dancers and gymnasts who use their bodies both as a medium of expression and also a means of experience.
The body becomes a site of action, interaction and experimentation. Using this particular body means bypassing ethical issues that some of the projects and performances would generate, if they were performed on other bodies.
And of course there is the realization that we are no longer merely biological bodies.
Rather, the body has become a chimera, a combination of meat, metal and code.
Januz Miralles aka Nuestra from Laguna, Philippines.
Mondrian’s discovery of plastic-dynamic equilibrium drives hardest at the palpable quest for the constant, the invariant, the universal in artistic perception of reality.
Every modern artist is sensitive to this search, for it is the felt need of everyone of us today.
Alejandro García Restrepo, Medellín, Colombia.
Referring to a mask as a law of nature is another way of saying that it cannot be escaped or transcended; there is no getting beyond or beneath it.
But when Deleuze describes the intention of interpretation, we find it is ‘an art of piercing masks, of discovering the one that masks himself, why he does it and the point of keeping up the mask while it is being reshaped’.”
The Nietzschean-inspired disavowal of ideology is based on the claim that critique is only an ongoing series of interpretations where masks give way to nothing but more of their own. Deleuze’s instruction is to pierce masks so that motivations and strategies can be discovered, whether they belong to subjects or to a particular manifestation of power.
The obvious implication is that the appearance of a mask obscures other qualities that are potentially more fundamental than just another mask.
An experimental work based upon the ideas of technological reincarnation and the digital crypt.
Process breakdown available at: callmeclark.com/decrypt-process-book
Created as a part of the Adobe Mentorship Program.
Special thanks to Adobe and everyone involved in this project.
Design & Audio – Peter Clark
Main Actor – Michael Williams
Cinematography – Joe Picard
Project Mentor – Lilit Hayrapetyan
Font FS Millbank (2015) by Stuart de Rozario.
Late for a meeting and can’t find your way? Trying to catch a flight? Lost in a hospital? Reading signs is a different business to reading a book or a newspaper. Text on signs needs to be deciphered quickly and effortlessly. So the legibility criteria for signage letterforms are different to those for normal reading, too.
Throughout FS Millbank’s uppercase and lowercase alphabets, characters have been given features for extra definition, including: wide ink traps on the A, K, M, V, W, X and Y; a serifed i, accentuated spurs on the a, d, l u; and different x-height shapes on the b, g, p and q.2 hearts