Tag: Geniwate

Dibagan and the audio assault.

Brian Kim Stefans’ Dibagan recounts the story of a reporter and his cameraman who were caught in an RPG attack against a foreign troop convoy in Iraq. Stefans includes five bars at the bottom of the screen which consistently change color between green and red. Directly above these bars lie a jumble of words (“consuming, culminates, stumbling, curdles, fisheye,” etc…) which…

A Little Rice

For my final checkpoint I decided to look at Rice  by Geniwate. Rice is a form of electronic literature that explores the journeys a white woman has when she explores post-colonial Vietnam. The pictures on the main screen serve as a table of contents for an ongoing story of Vietnam. “The images themselves present a curious mix of Vietnamese and…

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