Justin Lincoln's notational productions. Thoughts, text, images, sounds, and videos.
I fear that posterity will condemn us for being too clever, for failing to speak about the obvious in a lucid way. And what would be required to really get to grips with this? If we were not biting the poisoned apple — if we were planting the orchard, if we meant well for posterity — if we were engaged, organic-intellectuals in a computational world — what would we want?
Well, I think I know what we need. It’s a new aesthetic with a strong metaphysics. We need to see what is worthy and beautiful, in a way that clearly, sincerely, and lucidly reveals existent reality. How we get to that futurity from here, I don’t yet know, but it’s got plenty to do with our favorite issues of logic, language, information, association and also schooling.