I am an art history graduate currently living in Germany. This blog is a place for me to keep the things I like, the things I know about, and the things I'd like to know more about. It is purely meant to be a teaching platform for myself, and hopefully for others, too.
My research deals with technological failure as artistic tactic, human-machine interaction, virtuality/potentiality, interactive media, and other digital landscapes.
All content is not owned by me unless otherwise stated. All posts I make will be credited, and reblogs will be credited where none is already present, whenever possible. I am happy to remove any content upon request for valid reasons. I would be greatly appreciative to those who contact me directly instead of reporting me to Tumblr DMCA. This blog has been a very important part of my life for 5 years and is where a lot of my research inspiration is kept.
There is no /tagged/me, but please keep in mind this is a personal blog and I will be posting more than just art (i.e., whatever I want to). If you are not prepared to see non-art posts from me on your dashboard, please do not follow me.
I also run this blog dedicated to the ridiculous things I find here on tumblr dot com.