I overheard a monologue on Piccadilly line in London (2017)
website, interactive zine
I overheard a monologue on Piccadilly line in London (2017) is an interactive zine that comments on accents, digitization, nominal identities and the irreducible density of identity, in relation to digitization, whose product -- online voice simulator--becomes the center of my speculation. If digitization means reduction, what is the possible means to rescue ourselves from abstraction? Here I tried to see if there is recourse in the ‘old’ media -- print, as opposed to the digital new media. Printed and poetic density might be a gesture of resistance of our time.