Nonceptual Meme Art 8: The future is old
“More and more images in less and less space.” William S. Burroughs
“Modern science says: ‘The sun is the past, the earth is the present, the moon is the future’. From an incandescent mass we have originated, and into a frozen mass we shall turn. Merciless is the law of nature, and rapidly and irresitibly we are drawn to our doom.” Nikola Tesla
The future never happened: The old future. Why-fi? Is this the way it was? Back then I read a book waiting for Yahoo to load. Now I load. Out of the world and into neologism fantasies, word level, muffin churches. Real? I’m interested. The Un Time is near. Bland, random and colourless shapes. The human beings. Saint Do Easy. Lesshol. The human con dition.
Father, forgive them, they know exactly what they do.
Time has gone, and literally. So it aches, carrying the past out of a burning building, empty and cantankerous, using cigarettes for a clock, smoke as thought. Get your answers prefabricated: a thousand helpfuls, you let it grow, it grows in experts armed with lonely words they create eventually and shears away so-called Future Fate, Destiny, Luck, it grows back anyhow.
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Jeremy Gluck primarily focuses on capturing a snapshot of human consciousness through the utilisation of digital meme.He seeks to explore the traditional hierarchy of how art is perceived. His most recent work reflects the powerful dichotomy,which exists between the narcissism of the digital age and the need for a stark commentary on the post-millennial landscape.Through the utilisation of a raw typography and a monochromatic palette, Gluck invites the audience to consume less and engage more, therefore negating the idea of art having a literal presence.