adam j b walker

LET ME HEAR YOU CLICK YOU SAY YEAH NO! (2016)

Let Me Hear You Click You Say Yeah No! is an online artwork developed with the digital project space www.skelf.org.uk.

Like Let Me Hear You Say Yeah! which it partly documents (and temporally collapses together, while spatially dispersing to an unlimited number of potential screens), Let Me Hear You Click You Say Yeah No! explores questions of control and agency, nihilism and naivety. Negatory Manifesto recurs in both, endlessly repeating an impossible sought after non-complicity. Embracing absurdity and giving away control (to the stage occupants in Let Me Hear You Say Yeah! and then to the audience and, ultimately, chance in Let Me Hear You Click You Say Yeah No!) is explored as a route out of nihilistic pessimism.


Let Me Hear You Click You Say Yeah No! is embedded below, however to fully explore the arttext and view the works within it, it is highly recommeded to CLICK HERE to visit it directly at www.skelf.org.uk.


[Click on the 'NO's (/'ON's)]

An example screen recording of navigating Let Me Hear You Click You Say Yeah No!:

I was interviewed about Let Me Hear You Click You Say Yeah No! by Heather Ross for Skelf.
CLICK HERE to read the interview