MESSAGE FROM ANOTHER YOU
AUGUST 31, 2022
Interview on PBS Radio's State of the Art segment, presented by Annika Priest:
AUGUST 22, 2022
Interview on Vision Australia Radio's Behind The Scenes program, presented by Chris Thompson:
AUGUST 18, 2022
Interview on Joy FM Radio's Drive with Em and Warren :
JULY 20, 2022
Melbourne Conversations Deconstructing Human Voices, presented by City of Melbourne :
"What happens when your voice is uploaded to the internet? From Siri to experimental art, the way we use our voices with technology is rapidly changing. In constructing and deconstructing voice we create digital archives of our lives, stretching beyond our IRL bodies to create digital replicas which could be beyond our control. What are we leaving for future generations to find? How will they experience these human-computer hybrid remnants of our lives?"
JULY 11, 2021
Case Study - Resemble AI (Turtle Island): Using Synthetic Voices for Interactive Experiences:
"Creating an alternate reality persona seems like an arduous task, but it is precisely what The Parallel Effect accomplished with Resemble AI’s voice cloning technology earlier this year."
VIGIL FOR THE SMOOTH HANDFISH
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THE POWER OF PARALLELS + LAMENT
JUNE 04, 2020
Review - Witness Performance: Are we capable of imagining a world without inequality?
Words by Jess Flint
"I’ve always been fascinated with the idea of parallel universes; the idea that there could be other versions of me out there living wildly different lives. I avidly watched the 2008 series Fringe, an X-Files-style TV show about, among other things, the chaos that ensues when a scientist steals his son from an alternate universe after his son in his own universe dies. It made me realise that alternate universes have their own problems, power structures and oppression. They aren’t magical places where everything is better. Different, yes, but not better."