Samples for ears and pixels for eyes|Artist response
- Wednesday 16 April 2014
Dennis McNulty (artist) presents a media essay titled Samples for ears and pixels for eyes in response to the Haroon Mirza exhibition at IMMA. In McNultys own words; Reality is analogue. It is continuous. Or at least thats the way it seems. Contemporary media technologies, the mechanisms that are currently used to produce and store representations of this reality, are almost entirely digital. They clip the continuous flows of sensation to make samples for ears and pixels for eyes. Occasionally, it is desirable to bridge the gap between these two realms, to synchronise the time flows of the analogue world with the crystal heartbeat of its digital ghost. This is one such moment.
Wednesday 16 April, 6.00pm - 7.00pm, the Johnston Suite, IMMA.
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