distributed aesthetics:
featuring paul d. miller, julie carr, jace clayton


In this episode collage, appropriation, and cross-discipline
practice become utopian impulses. War time technology becomes
artistic and commercial material after-the-fact. How has a
crowd-sourced mentality re-shaped creative production?
Artistically speaking: You're only as good as your archive.
All work is trial-and-error. Globalization and active listening
can be conflated to create new modes of production, new musics.
Improvisation in the setting of difference and schism, although
risky, can lead to powerful collaborations and a shared aesthetic
sensibility.