interactive art-game/digital poetry
GGGAG is a digital poem, game, and anti/pro-design statement. The western world’s surroundings, belief systems, designed culture-games, create the built illusion of clean lines and definitive choice, cold narrow pathways of five colors, three body sizes and capsule philosophy. Within new media art the techno-filter extends these straight lines into exacting geometries and smooth bit rates. This game attempts to re-introduce the hand-drawn, the messy and illogical into the digital, via a retro-game.
Hovering above and attached to the poorly drawn aesthetic is a personal examination of how we/I continually switch and un-switch our dominate belief systems. Moving from faith to real estate, from chemistry to capitalism, triggering corrected poetry, jittering creatures.
Awards/Publications: Winner of the Biennale of Poetry in Paris for Media Poetry (2009), Exhibited in the Poetry International Festival in Rotterdam (2009), at Case Western Reserve University in the US (2008), California State University in