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Cyberfeminism and Net.art

gashgirl, “Pirate,” http://www.t0.or.at/dolores/gashgirl/piratetoc.htm. Jodi, day66, http://wwwwww.jodi.org/day66/index.html. Also, this link is a good resource if you’re interested in cyberfeminism, as it has interviews with Sadie Plant, the VNS Matrix Manifesto, and other relevant texts. Advertisements

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March Kelleher––women don’t like the way she turns herself out, men don’t like her attitude.

For my blog post, I chose option 3 and I would like to tie in Haraway’s idea of a posthuman cyborg woman with Pynchon’s character, March Kelleher. After March gives her enigmatic and way beyond her audience’s head type of … Continue reading

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Technology: Reshaping the Gender Identity

Warren Ellis utilizes strong female lead roles in his graphic novel, and it is evident that technology is essential to the power of these characters.  The scene in which Aleph is being attacked at the Global Frequency’s central headquarters and … Continue reading

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Big Wheel: The Breaching of Morality

Warren Ellis has proven himself as one of the most influential graphic novelist of the 20th and late 21st centuries. Global Frequency has been one of his most defining works. It is a visceral graphic novel that features a variety … Continue reading

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