Tuesday 29th November 2011, 8:00pm
Session 76: “The Café Society” Part II
For their second session, The Café Society opened up a discussion about the reader and experience of using “Lines” to respond to the texts. This session added a new level of engagement to Theory Tuesdays in that there was a discussion around the actual use of the “Lines” application, alongside a more traditional discussion in response to the texts.
The Café Society (Lukas Zimmer & Anthon Astrom) work on the topic of on-screen reading/writing. They create frameworks – rule sets – based on how reading, writing and organization of textual information could work differently. As our daily reading habits change, so must our writing habits and the way we communicate, and ultimately the way we think.