Techno-Primitivism

David Trotter writes in the latest issue of The White Review about negotations between new and old, here understood as the ‘technological’ and the ‘primitive’, in the work of Vanessa Hodgkinson, and one or two others. The values proposed by surface and inscription swop sides continuously as human hand and mechanical apparatus combine to generate an image. This is techno-primitivism‘s answer to the blandishments of the skeuomorph.

 

 

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