Florian Cramer

Florian Cramer, born in Berlin in 1969, is an applied research professor and director of Creating 010, the research center affiliated to Willem de Kooning Academy and Piet Zwart Institute at the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands. He has collaborated in various small publishing projects including the software art repository, the Unstable Digest of code poetry, the WORM Parallel University Press, and serves as a board member of the Dutch contemporary arts journal and online platform Open.

Introduction to Mez Breeze’s Attn: Solitude

In the 1990s and early 2000s, Mez Breeze’s mezangelle language needed explication. People who were unfamiliar with internet and new media culture did not get the references. Those who were already immersed in this culture often considered it a separate realm, a cyberspace, and thus had difficulties with the blending of the digital and the physical, technology and embodiment, code and subjectivity in Mez’s writings.

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