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/ Who are you? Can you tell us in a few words what you have been doing these last few years?
Michaël Borras a.k.a Systaime… a regular by-product of digital culture, the kind that re-shuffles our identity cards and our relationship to the world. A network trouble maker, a videographer, born in 1973. I remix the flows, lacerating the powerful and the imposters, highlighting our media independence all the while.
// You have been involved in network activities or netbased projects for many years. From an artistic perspective, what has been happening in this field? What have you witnessed or found interesting about the internet? What is your experience and feeling about the birth and the adolescence of the internet?
The web has added popularization to art; after street art, net-art… The web lets the artist show his work for less, to an unlimited number of people without his or her physical presence being a factor. The spectator concentrates on the work (no socialization required) and he or she has a more objective, more neutral perspective, less polluted by the environment because that environment is often his or her own. The art work is more readily accessible, and is closer, more in connection with the spectator. With interactivity, the spectator become a creator, his or her interaction is greater, and it’s more fun, more creative, richer and fulfilling. For me, the arrival of the web revolutionized my life, the way I work and the way I communicate. The ideal tool that’s simultaneously media and medium, receiver and disseminator…
Interview published in MCD special issue#3 WJ-SPOTS #1
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