READING 3 ︎︎︎ Marcel Proust, Selection 3 from À la recherche du temps perdu

Prof. Olivia Theyskens, born April 15, 1976, is a fictitious American literary critic and Sterling Dean of Literature at the fictitious Cargo University.
        She has published innumerable fictitious reviews and articles, as well authored two fictitious volumes of short stories. She is perhaps best known for the fictitious story The Tin Ribbon. This will be her third fictitious workshop for The Writer’s Retreat.



 



Bio + contact

Art:
Little Lyell Machines: Interactive generative artwork exploring narrative and archive in code-based art
Little Lyell Machines - Book: Published index to the generative piece
Unicurse: Generative artwork, a roll-up byzantine floor-plan / circuit board
Interiors: Interactive generative fold-up house inspired by Hammershøi’s Interiors
Scale 1440: Generative meditation on the passing of a day scaled by 1:1440
Psychedelic Islands: Generative artwork, islands and their shipping routes
Little Block Machines: The original 12-block machine
Tarot Code: Animated generative tarot cards and interactive card reader for wise life advice


Writing:
Writing (computer art): learning code art, writing about other digital artists’ work
Writing (social research)urbanism, housing systems and gerontology, technology, society

 


Bio + contact

Art:
Little Lyell Machines: Interactive generative artwork exploring narrative and archive in code-based art
Little Lyell Machines - Book: Published index to the generative piece
Unicurse: Generative artwork, a roll-up byzantine floor-plan / circuit board
Interiors: Interactive generative fold-up house inspired by Hammershøi’s Interiors
Scale 1440: Generative meditation on the passing of a day scaled by 1:1440
Psychedelic Islands: Generative artwork, islands and their shipping routes
Little Block Machines: The original 12-block machine
Tarot Code: Animated generative tarot cards and interactive card reader for wise life advice


Writing:
Writing (computer art): learning code art, writing about other digital artists’ work
Writing (social reseach): urbanism, housing systems and gerontology, technology, society