The God Machine


Definitely something living, almost alive. As we interacted with it, providing input and manipulating in- and output, there were moments of improvisation both artistically and mechanically. Everything is nuance multiplied. The dark and simple moments were the hardest to control.

There is a lot of technology and hardware, connected like so much muscle, nerve, and bone, that needs us artists/keepers/mechanics/guardians (and brains) in order to create unique wondrous imagery that feels organic. It was constant work; fixing and changing and pushing of limits.

Addictive and original, non-replicable interactions and imagery. Every now and then one or the both of us would exclaim, "That's it!" or  simply, "Yeah." Dave's occasional, "That's something."

– ty 11.19.23