(ESSAY) The End, by Freya Johnson Ross
In this four-part essay, rooted in the hooks of pop songs that get easily stuck and morph in the head, opening up different senses, Freya Johnson Ross creates a mirror image of our everyday looping reality. Here, the rhythms of code, and the virtual image combine with micro perceptions and thoughts, text messages and emojis function as poetics, and our own inner background noise travels up to the surface of text.
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Text: Freya Johnson Ross
Images: Images made by the author, emojis from emojipedia: https://emojipedia.org/