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Everything that arises does not converge: the audiovisual and the incomplete
Computational culture is often explored through discourses of completion and in terms of the complete and this bias extends to accounts exploring new media and the senses, where it may be expressed in terms of priority as an assertion of the 'proper' ratio of the senses. In response this article explores the aesthetics of the incomplete, the latter understood as an intrinsic element of new media culture rather than an exception. It begins with claims that new media are essentiallydoi:10.7146/se.v3i1-2.15647 fatcat:kebylpyegnbkbbbi5yv5cnlbnm