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    What is your, "Nostalgia For A Past Future"

    I took a quick look around and didn't see any discussion on this, however, I do think it pertains quite a bit to both the Polytopia project and Suitcase For the Future.

    What does Nostalgia for a past future mean to you?

    This poses an interesting twist on the same sort of topics breached by these other posts on the forum. This question comes about via OFFF, the International Festival for the Post-Digital Creation Culture. The Festival this year is held in Paris and has an open call for Catalogue Entries (presumably print based) under the theme Nostalgia for a past future. I'm thinking of entering, but I think beyond this I thought I'd share it with this particular community while I ponder the possibilities.

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    jonobr1     Sun, Apr 25, 2010  Permanent link

    My exploration on this circuitous idea is a series of generative visuals. This piece as well as the accompanying set on flickr are dedicated to my aunt Marlene. They vaguely resemble patterns of her lacquerware. The set on flickr is in the 1280 x 800 pixel format, perfect for your 12” MacBook or MacBook Pro desktop. Built with Processing.