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“Though computer-mediated language may appear to flow as effortlessly as speaking face-to-face or scribbling words on paper, complicated processes of encoding and decoding race up and down the computer's tower of languages as letters are coupled with programming commands, commands are compiled or interpreted, and source code is correlated with the object code of binary symbols, transformed in to voltage differences” /K. Hayles/


When I created a persona called Vera Nimova as a fictive character to tell stories, I wanted to understand and to be able to define the limits of objectivity in storytelling, and even if it’s a general approach I was (and still I am) curious how to build up a transparent wall of gel to communicate – and also self-defend – through that. To generalize feelings, pain, and anxiety.


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