Abstract

Juxtaposed against the negative dialectics of digital culture and social media, Casey Jenkins’s performance practice demonstrates the artist’s agency to transmute the destructive potential of digital remediation and social media commentary into a productive and constructive internal and external artistic dialogue, moving beyond the traditional art historical discourse toward a creative practice that embraces the unwieldy culture of the internet.

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