Last year I received strange SMSes for 72 hours, because I’d signed up for Tim Etchell’s artwork Surrender Control. Matt Locke curated that work and has written an article comparing it to two other works, using the term relational aesthetics to describe their attraction. Matt’s blog, Test looks interesting too – he used to be a curator for (I think) and has written several essays on art and technology.

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  1. […] how their work spreads and is pasted in new contexts giving new meanings. Tim Etchell‚Äôs Surrender Control is the title of another distributed narrative that merges digital space with the rea […]

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