Tuesday, January 27, 2015

A Retrospective on the Stories and Aesthetics of 8bit Music

A new write-up about what could broadly be described as the "narrative of 8bit music" has appeared on Chipflip. I'm usually not too fond of abstract writings on artistic matters, but this is well worth the read in my opinion. Quote:
Defining our music movement as “8-­bit music” was a simplified way of explaining what we did. It was a way of thinking about medium and technology intrinsic to some modern discourses on art. Like, anything you do with a camera is photography. Simple, but slightly … pointless?
Read the full article here.

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