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Git_Chase : Semantics, Technologies and the New Text(Art) of Chase Alias


Git_Chase  :  Semantics, Technology and New Text(Art)

The Chromebooks of the Autonomic Tour,
a Compendium, 2002 - 2015

D.S Pollack
The Last Book, Chromebook 13 a Wilton Manner, Ft Lauderdale Area, FL December 2014

A Creative(s) guide to understanding the meaning and provenance behind the Alterism Movement in Fine Art and Mass Communications.

Is this Art Purposefully Created to Effect Change?

Semantics Evolve, Technologies Expand and New Text(Art) Create a Mimesis. Immersionism, Gonzo Journalism, Micro-Blogging, Social Networking and Method/Character Acting Layer into a textured impasto on digital canvases.  Short-Form text and New Media image capture become a remembrance of Art Happenings, Performances and Movement Studies.
a Bit Depth, November 2014 for Chromebook 12 a Bit Depth,  Plainfield, NJ

The Conceptual Art Movement's Idea driven mechanisms' form the foundation of Alterism.   The human form is merely a vessel to an Alter Artists.  The Alterist Person and/or Form becomes No More or Less Precious than the rarified physical objects, art and artifacts which our worlds civilizations have held in great esteem and even declared priceless.

Dropping a Han-Dynasty Urn, 1995 b/w-prints, triptych © Ai Weiwei
Ai Weiwei  on  I_Am_Ai

Marshall McLuhan utilized Mass Media and Computer age Philosophy along with popular news to confused, confound and eventually change the way people perceive media.  In a similar fashion Alterism utilizes the subversive nature of popular (Americanized) journalism and works within the mass media machine in accordance with a system of Sense Memory triggers and the Affective Memories they produce.  Alterism takes it's cues from Social Branding and Marketing techniques which have become quite ubiquitous.  It also employs the same Propaganda, Rhetoric and Guerilla Tactics Current Governments frequently to control the dissemination of information.

The Medium is the Massage, Marshall McLuhan and Quentin Fiore , Penguin Books, 1967
DS Pollack for theMessage_theRapist

Alterism and the Artist's Alters or Online Ego and SuperEgo (The ID) appears fictional or riddled with false realities. It is however an existential and mimetic way of portraying how we live and struggle through our many worlds.

Chromebook 21, a Bit Depth,
Shiva Dancing at the Ivory Tower, Chromebook 12 a Bit Depth Chapter 1, North Plainfield Area, New Jersey, November 2014

"Becoming whomever I choose whenever I feel it will most effectively communicate my deeply personal perspectives seems outrageous to most. Ironically, the very catalyst for my art and the system and processes created to support the inherent concepts formed organically. Basically i feel that acting is reacting and the whole world, physical and digital, is my stage. A rational verbal or expressive (art) response to irrational non-verbal communication can be defined as Autonomic Response."

Jersey barrierS, Chromebook 11,JerseybarrierS, Plainfield, NJ, November 2014
"I hope to effect change and help society realize just how inappropriate and impolite society becomes whilst ignoring the vital 80% of human communication (Non-Verbal).   I have lived many ways and seen many things, even putting my own freedom and life in jeopardy.  However somewhere along the tiring endless journey  I have personally found my, WAY.  If living my life as an open book can someday help one person than it can cause a Revolution."  -D S Pollack aka Chase Alias, Holden Vance III and Bryan "Cubby" Brent

The Idea Machines, Chromebook 7, Wilton CT, November 2011

1. A completely ignorant, childish person with no manners.

Glow 1, Chromebook 1. Basehouse 2005-2009,. Black Rock, CT

2. A person who feels justified in their callow behavior.

3. A pubescent kid who thinks it's totally cool to act like a moron on the internet, only because no one can actually reach through the screen and punch their lights out.
That boob is behaving like a bloody git.
Obliquity, 2010 from Chromebook 4, Endogenous Series
by Tenebrae June 06, 2004

Urban Dictionary: Git

Git (software)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Git (/ɡɪt/[5]) is a distributed revision control system with an emphasis on speed,[6]data integrity,[7] and support for distributed, non-linear workflows.[8] Git was initially designed and developed by Linus Torvalds for Linux kernel development in 2005, and has since become the most widely adopted version control system for software development.[9]
As with most other distributed revision control systems, and unlike most client–serversystems, every Git working directory is a full-fledged repository with complete history and full version-tracking capabilities, independent of network access or a central server. Like the Linux kernel, Git is free software distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2.


Git (software)

Original author(s)


          Linus Torvalds
Developer(s)          Junio Hamano,

          Linus Torvalds,

          and many others

Initial release          7 April 2005; 9 years ago

Stable release          2.2.1 (17 December 2014; 8 days ago) [±][1]

Written in          CBourne ShellTcl,Perl[2]

Operating system          LinuxPOSIXWindowsOS X

Type          Version control

License          GNU General Public License v2,[3] GNU Lesser General Public                            License 2.1[4]



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