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by Annette Finnsdottir last modified Aug 13, 2011 10:38 AM
Michael Kargl takes the viewers by way of new technologies into an area, in which content and medium are mutually dependent and a feedback of expression and form is possible.
only one after the other can view this Internet based work and can then be sure of a receptive exclusivity

Always and everywhere ... as long as a computer with network connection is ready, many users can view at the same time one and the same Internet artwork; they can interact or play with it.  But still, alone in front of the computer, the art experience remains personal. interference (2008) stresses this fact through the terms and conditions set up by carlos katastrofsky for the use of his website: not all recipients at the same time, but only one after the other can view this Internet based work and can then be sure of a receptive exclusivity. If a link is clicked on for a second time, a placeholder page is activated and the viewer has to wait. Interferences are phenomena that can be attributed to highly different scientific fields at the same time. Thus, in physics, they describe the effect caused by the concurrence of waves, in linguistics, they are the transformation processes of natural languages, and in pharmacy, they serve to characterize interactions – therefore, a phenomenon of simultaneous overlapping, always and everywhere.

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