Web 3.0/NanoWar: The Afterimage of the Surveillance State
“Hyper-mediated conflicts espouse a duplicitous and sweeping aesthetic by mirroring a real authored in laboratories and conference rooms, cultivated by advanced designers and digital arts professionals in the employ of Web 3.0.Web 2.0’s constant twittering of events urbanize the temporality of experience, and overpopulating the mental plane of consciousness with staged experiences reflected on the surfaces of matter as far as the biological retina can perceive.”
Scoville’s article adeptly articulates our contemporary technological moment in relation to the capacities of the human. It does not, however, imagine any new ways of navigating this terrain.
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