Exhibitors at Counter 2018
Saturday 17th March 2018 at Ocean Studios, Royal William Yard

Laura Rosser

auto(in)correct service: Are you frustrated by autocorrect? Hobbled by grammatical rules or the structure of everyday, 9 to 5 typing? Then come along to the ‘auto(in)correct' service, a typing opportunity to develop creative, error rich texts and free your inner typos.

Participatory typing projects form part of my (mis)printed, error-driven, social art practice. My research explores the role of human error in the post digital era, realised through analogue and digital processes, creating a discourse between traditional and contemporary technologies. My practice questions the speed and assumed accuracy of contemporary digital culture and encourages people to embrace physical touch and human error, through print and paper technologies which are dominant in my work. Through my research I intend to redefine error and gain a sense of the significance of human mistakes in a post digital era and how human and digital relations support one another.

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Image: Laura Rosser