#0 Works and experiments with moving ASCII , ASCII audio, ASCII camera and such, are all directed towards conversions of contents between one media platform and an other, every time carefully directed at their full uselessness from the viewpoint of everyday high tech and all it's consequences. The ambition to basically convert the whole world into ASCII contains few conceptual and possibly theoretical premises that are subject of this text based communication unit.
The idea to develop a three dimensional ASCII environment is deriving from the evolution of my other ASCII works presented in various web sites as well as in numerous shows and festivals, but I would like to present the 3D ASCII project also in the light of several art disciplines that are tangentially linked to such an endevour. These typically art related considerations are accompanied also by a number of non-artistic disciplines or lines of thought.
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