World Wide Web/Million Man March

1998 | 00:00:00 | United States | English | Color | Mono

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: Future, Race

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This interactive CD-ROM asks the question "What is the difference between a community based on identity and identity based on community?" Broken down into four central areas: desire, spirit, identity, and pleasure, World Wide Web/Million Man March suggests the fluidity of "race and place" at play, yet denied, in contemporary dialogues centering on technology and emergent social bodies. One area of misplaced cultural rhetoric is the paranoia and utopia attributed to both the Internet and Black masculine activist practices. Hoping to move beyond dualistic binarisms and their predetermined transgressions, World Wide Web/Million Man March resigns itself to a babble of humour, paradox, urban rhythm, and endless impressions of transitional color.