Kristy Everett
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Why do we give children overtly false simulations of reality? Is it so they can grow up and expect domestic life to be a norm? Because they've experienced it's 'fake' reality as a child?

Why do we give children overtly false simulations of reality? Is it so they can grow up and expect domestic life to be a norm? Because they've experienced it's 'fake' reality as a child?

interactive website intro - Fictions Audio from a Billy Graham talk... "Most people live as if they're never going to die. Technology projects the myth of control over our mortality. We see people on our screens. Marilyn Monroe is just as beautiful on the screen as she was in person... The old stars, they come to life. And they're -- they're just as great on that screen as they were in person. But death is inevitable."

interactive website intro - Fictions Audio from a Billy Graham talk... "Most people live as if they're never going to die. Technology projects the myth of control over our mortality. We see people on our screens. Marilyn Monroe is just as beautiful on the screen as she was in person... The old stars, they come to life. And they're -- they're just as great on that screen as they were in person. But death is inevitable."

▶ New Project - YouTube Something I made from left over EMA footage. I want to do something like this also but not sure how I can fit it into my desired aesthetic

▶ New Project - YouTube Something I made from left over EMA footage. I want to do something like this also but not sure how I can fit it into my desired aesthetic

Potential idea... Dividing depictions of nature into block colours, pixels, breaking down components

Potential idea... Dividing depictions of nature into block colours, pixels, breaking down components

My grandfather and I. Like this colour palette

My grandfather and I. Like this colour palette

A description on the back of a photograph, written by my Aunt Lucy who died in 2004. She had schizophrenia after a nervous breakdown. The addressee and the date have been corrected (by someone else?)

A description on the back of a photograph, written by my Aunt Lucy who died in 2004. She had schizophrenia after a nervous breakdown. The addressee and the date have been corrected (by someone else?)

When I was little I thought that the world used to black and white.  Family photo at Aunty Anne and Uncle George's wedding.

When I was little I thought that the world used to black and white. Family photo at Aunty Anne and Uncle George's wedding.