Oh look, a dispersed art project from 1994, Hej gud, where the idea was to get people together through usenet groups to light fires across the world, spelling out the words “hej gud” (hello god), readable only by God. And people in satellites, I suppose. I don’t think anyone actually did it, but the newsgroup posts were made. Lisa Jevbratt has a lot of interesting projects almost all dealing with some kind of dispersion, distribution, connection, network. I started digging into her site reading Noah’s notes from what must have been an interesting colloquium at Berkeley yesterday.

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  1. andrew

    I keep reading that as “Hey Jude”.

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