Will Luers

Essays by this author

Getting Lost in Narrative Virtuality

2018-02-03

Repetition, gestural abstraction and depictions of noise; an absence of narrative causation, a multiplicity of micro-narratives and opacity of material communications: The digital narrativity observed and created by Will Luers is equally applicable to the films of Stanley Kubrick or the paintings of Hieronymous Bosch - which implies a longer continuity (and less radical transformation?) than we might have expected. Indeed, Luers argues that “networks and nonlinear systems” might better be understood as “something deep in our brains,” even as narrative may be regarded “as a necessary construct, but not the complete picture of reality.”