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Andy DiLallo | Q+A

Digital America interviewed Andy DiLallo in April 2022 about his piece Steal this Sticker (2022) and multimedia art. ::: DA: Most of your work...

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Steal this Sticker | Andy DiLallo

Andy DiLallo’s Steal This Sticker (2021) critiques how capitalist values have shifted cultural belief systems thus straying humanity from a “collective care network.” The...

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All They Can | Zoe Chronis

​​All They Can (2019) is a web-based sentence generator by artist Zoe Chronis that explores pronoun swapping as a democratic discourse. The text for...

Yosemite | Jenna deBoisblanc

Yosemite (2021) is a “netscape” that explores cyber-realities and their relation to real-world issues. deBoisblanc highlights our obsession with idyllic nature imagery as desktop backgrounds,...

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Response to Yosemite | Kathleen Firment

Opening on a distorted desktop wallpaper of mountains, “Yosemite” (2021) is a performance: there is a feigned interaction between user and web, simulating cybernetic...

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Avenue S | Jody Zellen

In Avenue S (2020), Jody Zellen explores the changing human landscape of Los Angeles during COVID-19. An expansion of Zellen’s ongoing project, Ghost City,...

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Jenna deBoisblanc | Q+A

Digital America interviewed Jenna deBoisblanc in November 2021 about her work Yosemite (2021) and internet culture. ::: DigA: Your undergraduate degree is in physics,...

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Zoe Chronis | Q+A

Digital America interviewed Zoe Chronis in November 2021 about her piece All They Can (2019) and the two written works that informed the piece–June...

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Jody Zellen | Q+A

Digital America interviewed Jody Zellen in November 2021 about her work Avenue S (2020) and the effects of Covid-19 and resulting period of isolation....