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  2. @serial_consign @HOLOmagazine @shiffman saddened that Digital subject matter is being forced into an Analog medium. not ideal representation

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    @serial_consign @HOLOmagazine @shiffman App with Videos / interviews ? IS better suited for this subject matter.

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  6. @serial_consign nice ! you know what I'm saying though, a static print page doesn't do justice to the culture you're documenting.

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    @serial_consign I wasn't speaking in terms of the web, as I was maybe more suggesting an IOS and/or Android APP. seems perfectly suited.

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  8. @serial_consign *shakes fist at heavens* you're doing it in reverse. start with the medium that best supports the medium. #PrintIsDead

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  11. @serial_consign grrr. I'm not winning this fight. :) IOS and Android is a HUGE market, and can better represent the subject your covering.

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  13. @serial_consign :) I'm pretty passionate about supporting a technology that wants/needs to document the medium. #HaventBoughtBooksInYears :)

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  14. @JoshuaDavis @serial_consign OK. I can't resist, Mr. Davis. The majority of your work goes on paper. But you're arguing against paper?

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    REAS

    Casey REAS

  15. @REAS @serial_consign Apples and Oranges. documenting a digital movement into an analog medium misrepresents the power of the work.

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    @REAS @serial_consign whereas I write programs specifically for print.

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    @REAS @serial_consign to make work that occupies space or movement, not being able to move through that space or witness the movement = sad

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  17. @REAS @serial_consign having made work for screen, with movement and seeing it frozen in an analog format... kills the experience.

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  18. @JoshuaDavis @serial_consign I understand that point Josh. Agreed. The real point... let's argue in person.

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    Casey REAS

  19. @REAS @serial_consign watched a great KS video w/ great video representation of the work. only to know it's going to be killed by print.

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  20. @JoshuaDavis @REAS @serial_consign have to disagree. Print mags are very anthropic, personal, quite sentimental, endearing and concrete.

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  21. @REAS @serial_consign DEAL meet halfway ? Colorado or Kansas ?

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  23. @AntonioHolguin There's nothing concrete about print, it ages, it yellows, it deteriorates. I argue you can have the same emotions w digital

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  24. @serial_consign I'm glad my copies of Wired from 1991 were not on 5 1/4" floppies.

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    robcruickshank

    Rob Cruickshank

  25. @JoshuaDavis not arguing that print only is the best way to go, but mag/book isn't the worst. Digital is passive, easily lost or forgotten.

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  26. @JoshuaDavis @AntonioHolguin but how do you hand down digital experiences when the tech no longer exists and you can't afford a vintage iPad

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    chris pelsor

  27. @AntonioHolguin yes but why START with the dying medium? an iPad app lets us see the movement, watch the videos, explore the space, etc.

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    Joshua Davis / praystation.eth

    @cspelsor @AntonioHolguin A digital FORMAT (cloud) is better recovered than old photographs, paintings, books, etc.

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    Joshua Davis / praystation.eth

    @cspelsor @AntonioHolguin but not really the point. the argument is presenting digital work in a digital format, best suits the medium.

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  28. @serial_consign @JoshuaDavis @REAS I don't think print "kills" it. Simply provides diff angle for which to see the work

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    @serial_consign @JoshuaDavis @REAS also, acts as a launch pad for readers to stake out on their own to discover OG format of the work

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  29. @cspelsor @JoshuaDavis but what if the point isn't to document the work itself, but the stories, backgrounds, and people?

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  30. @serial_consign @JoshuaDavis @REAS also seems limiting to say a work that is traditionally moving or video can NEVER EVER be shown still.

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  31. @cspelsor @JoshuaDavis Agreed, print doesn't show digital well. Big difference between art history books and seeing the Mona Lisa in person.

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  32. @dylanschenker yes... an angle that shows the work in the worst possible light. It's why FILM is consumed/distributed via DVD and not BOOK

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  33. @cspelsor @JoshuaDavis But you can't get background info about DaVinci from staring at St. John The Baptist.

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  34. @JoshuaDavis film is absolutely consumed/distributed by book. That's why there's an entire section for it at book stores

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  35. @AntonioHolguin @cspelsor fuck off, the Mona Lisa is a disappointment... it's tiny and behind smokey glass... Painting is dead too BTW. :)

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  36. @dylanschenker yes, I agree in the end... Film > Digital DL > DVD > VHS > book - I suggest they START with digital not end with it

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