Adina Glickstein Contemplates the Cosmic Exoskeleton of Communications Technology

“There is something legitimately demonic in networked culture’s pervasive reduction of everything to data—words like ‘connection’ robbed of meaning; conviviality flattened into frictionless exchange.”
Spike editor and columnist Adina Glickstein, contemplating the “cosmic exoskeleton of communications technology” in the wake of two recent Paris exhibitions. Both Nile Koetting’s “Unattended Access” at Parliament Gallery and the group show “Au delà” at Lafayette Anticipations conjure “data’s limitations in the face of the divine,” she writes.
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