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Proto-Downstream / Scanner

There was for a short time a section of Disquiet.com called the 4D, which quickly transformed into the site’s long-running Downstream section. This is the 4D entry for September 30, 2003 — the last 4D entry before the Downstream debuted:

Scanner (aka Robin Rimbaud) takes interview segments with late art-world mogul Andy Warhol and spins them into an electronic internal monologue on Warhol’s Surfaces (Intermedium). It’s either loving or antagonistic, depending on your taste, but it’s undeniably fascinating.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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