Critical Writing
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Mark C. Marino explores some of the ways code is used in art practices and how code has been read and interpreted as a complex sign system that means far more than merely what it does. Includes "What Is Code?", "How Is Code Used In Art", and "How Code Is Read".

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Code is a layer of digital textuality whose pointers lead in many directions. Nonetheless, as the semiotic trace of a process or even as the artistic fodder of codework, code offers an entryway into analysis and interpretation of the particular instantiation of a work, its history, and its possible futures.

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Daniela Ørvik