‘Strictly speaking, all apparently analogue forms are smoothed accumulations of digital, that is, discontinuous forms, like the illusion of movement formed from the multiple images on the filmstrip.’
Steven Connor, 'The Dust That Measures All Our Time'

by Jeanine Griffin, Saturday, 11 May, 2019

…suggests that something is not in isolation but with something else, or more precisely, through something else. Maybe also amongst. In any case, it simply cannot be or be done on its own.

by Florian Roithmayr, Wednesday, 29 May, 2019

is a sibling, a kin, a something that tracks the other, closely, very closely, continuously. Analogue dogs.

by Esther Leslie, Monday, 17 June, 2019

Your mention of dog makes me also think of shadow.

by Florian Roithmayr, Sunday, 23 June, 2019

What is analogue about the medium often called "analogue film"? The idea that "analogue" designates continuousness, opposed to the discreteness of the digital, only works if one considers the single frame, the lone photogram. The moment one moves to a consideration of filmstrip itself, to the relationship between frames, continuousness becomes but an illusion created by the machine. If the digital is understood as a logic rather than as a particular technology, perhaps "analogue" film was already digital in its sampling of reality at 24 frames per second. Speaking of "photochemical film" instead would be more precise.

by Erika Balsom, Friday, 28 June, 2019

What is interesting is that there has been a premise that the 'real' analogue world can be represented by a digital code. So the 'real' analogue sound wave is merely replicated with a discrete digital signal. What happens then, when nothing is represented, when the interpretation of the 'real' is no longer viable on the above terms?

by margarita gluzberg, Tuesday, 2 July, 2019

Bread. Neanderthal. Warm. A hairy hand and a smooth hand. When the fear is history daring to repeat itself. Difference, resonance, all those words. One tradition of the doppelgänger; that it is close, not exact. Fighting fantasy.

by Matthew Cheeseman, Saturday, 11 April, 2020

Define Analogue:

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