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Johnson: What this department needs is a kick up the arse so hard, my foot'll go right up your digestive tract and wiggle out your mouth like a little leather tongue. Careful, there's man love and there's business love and never the twain shall meet. Dance Class Leader: Now, as we flow into yellow, remember, stop thinking. Mark Corrigan: [voiceover] Next she'll be telling us to use the Force. We were both coming so hard we didn't notice the volume. [Mark peers through the tower block entrance letterbox at the kids who have started picking on him] Mark Corrigan: [voiceover] Come on, come on, piss off! It'd be great if a car just ploughed into the lot of them, twisted broken bones. I mean, we're systematically breaking down all the taboos that society has. Jeremy Usborne: Who needs romance when you're doing it up the bum? Mark Corrigan: And we'd be exploring the miracles of flight and human endeavour, it's a spiritual thing, really. If I don't mind looking gay, I'll seem the most hetero. Mark Corrigan: [voiceover] Sure, an orgy sounds great, but you're basically just multiplying the number of people you're not going to be able to look in the eye afterwards. [pointing to his computer] Mark Corrigan: Not my words, yours! Dancer: There was a lot of new energy in the room tonight, and some of it was just so Rainbow Rhythms, and some of it was just so not Rainbow Rhythms. Mark Corrigan: Why don't you just say who you're talking about? [Mark is attempting to hack into Sophie's email. [' WRONG PASSWORD' again] Mark Corrigan: [voiceover] Bollocks. [it works] Mark Corrigan: [voiceover] Yes, I'm in! Oh, for God's sake, Mark, we've both got one, haven't we? But instead of opting to spin again they're both afraid of looking repressed in front of Nancy and Sophie, so now they're having kissing each other] Mark Corrigan: [voiceover] I can't believe this is happening. [at the interpretive dance class] Mark Corrigan: [voiceover] Is this it? Jeremy Usborne: [opens the door in a silk dressing gown, his erect penis is sticking out underneath] What?

Recently Starbucks redesigned its mobile app, serving up digital tipping and shake to pay options.Ulla Wiggen, Den röda tvn, 1967 At the center of the E. Between 1963 to 1969, Wiggen made some 30 paintings that depicted the cross section of electrical appliances like amplifiers and circuit boards and intricately illustrated their inner anatomy.Frieder Nake, Walk-Through-Raster Vancouver Version, 1972 This print by German artist Frieder Nake is one of the first examples of generative art.These days, digital art has its own biennial, its own galleries and its own displays for hanging in the homes of digital art collectors.Here, five works from the exhibition highlight the effect that technology and the Internet have had on art over the past six decades. events in 1966 was Ulla Wiggen, a Swedish painter who, like her fellow participating artists, was fascinated by the role of the machine in 20th-century art.By integrating things like video projection, wireless sound transmission, and Doppler sonar into their work, these artists were some of the first to experiment with the boundaries of digital technologies. T movement, the ’60s and ’70s saw artists like computer art pioneer Frieder Nake and digital artist Manfred Mohr adopt computer programs to create the first examples of generative artwork.

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