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Affect Machine: Self-Healing in the Post-Capitalist Era

Affect Machine: Self-Healing in the Post-Capitalist Era

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“Affect” and “machine” appear to be antithetical; yet, it is through this opposition that self-healing can be achieved. While the era of post-capitalism has seen overproduction in all fields, the explosion of information has left us with a fragmented sense of time. What’s more, subjectivity has been suspended, and our connection with the outer world has dwindled. Anxiety prevails even before a real crisis arises. This exhibition primarily addresses this crisis of subjectivity, but it also explores how the boundary between human and machine has become increasingly blurred. This phenomenon cannot be solely ascribed to industrialization nor to the disciplined nature of society but rather to the fact that the body and the digital environment have evolved to a state of interdependency. Affect and machines co-exist in the practices of the artists in this exhibition. source: Taipei Fine Arts Museum

ISBN: 9789860772326
Publish: 2021. 10
Editor : Yu-Chieh Li
Publisher: Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Language: Chinese.English
Cover: Paperback
Page: 94
Size: 14.8 x 21 cm

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