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The Physical Impossibility of Virtual Awkwardness in the Spatial Reality of Someone Living

Allegory of the Open Source Studio
From Plato’s cave to the Third Space

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Fig. 1: Art History

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Fig. 2: Manifesto

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Fig. 3: Alter ego

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Fig. 4: Skype

A progressive study through embodiment of steganography.

Art History
The liberation of one’s self from soul in an encounter larger than life with T. K. Sabapathy.

Manifesto
Mantra in the floating world of new media.

Alter ego
Impermanence in states of being allows for versatility

Skype
I want to forget

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Project Hyperessay: Role of the Viewer

Virtually Awkward Manifesto

1st RULE: You do not talk about being VIRTUALLY AWKWARD.
2nd RULE: You DO NOT talk about being VIRTUALLY AWKWARD.
3rd RULE: If someone disconnects from the third space or lags, the session is over.
4th RULE: Only two converse at a time.
5th RULE: One speech at a time.
6th RULE: One identity logged in at a time.
7th RULE: Session will go on as long as they want to.
8th RULE: If this is your first time being VIRTUALLY AWKWARD, you HAVE to keep calm and carry on.
  • Viewer accesses the Adobe Connect link:
    http://meet47208930.adobeconnect.com/virtually-awkward/ 
  • Viewer is required to login to Adobe Connect as guest on computer via Firefox browser. Viewer may also choose to login using Adobe Connect mobile phone app.
  • Viewer will be engaged in conversation with the host.
  • Viewer will also be prompted for actions.
  • Viewer’s interactions and responses most probably will vary, depending on degree of virtual awkwardness provoked.
  • Viewer will be adjusted and aware of the mutual virtually agreeable etiquettes, so to allow for greater control  the degree of virtual awkwardness.