• Shriya Malhotra

ways of engaging with dense 2d texts

Things i have found as a way of exploring my works which might be fun or useful for someone else

  1. dall-e: somewhat creepy ai which translates input text into artworks. im not convinced, it seems a lazy google search. But i am open to being convinced about artificially generated art. currently still in disbelief and learning to love machines back.

  2. a website called p22.com where the user can input a text and it generates music based on simple sets of commands / choices.

  3. physically and literally annotating / editing to see what the little drawing edits and markups may reveal (so far they mostly reveal that I am a google document edit selection performer par excellence!). wordstotime.com is useful as is my first true love edwordle.net

Some other time related areas of inquiry and most probably writing but maybe some other artforms or works: indian standard time (IST) as form of personal resistance and the indian train system (a british colonial legacy) as a metaphor. The image below is not really representative of reality, but I love it.


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