Alien Genetic Intelligence" photographic novel
A.G.I. is a 100-page full-colour limited edition publication (6 copies),
featuring a science-fiction semi-autobiography of a young woman.
The book, a sample and collage of literature and personal family
albums, divided into years and chapters, is photocopied and bound
by hand. Co-edited with British writer and art critic Duncan McLaren “A.G.I.” was
Zwierzyñska’s graduation project at the MA Fine Art
course at Goldsmiths College, London.
in collaboration with musician John Eacott. This tailored version
of SuperCollider, a computer program generating endless random
loops, transformed Zwierzyñska’s voice into a sound
piece interactively triggered by viewers. Agi.voice became the
bridge between project ‘No Words’ and the dummy-book “A.G.I.”,
and was presented at the 2001 Goldsmiths College MA degree-show
(go see degree-show presentation).
A filmic impression of books TRIP & A.G.I. in one.