Mosaic uses its platform not as a misguided appeal to younger audiences, but as a conceptual way of exploring the thematic idea at the core of the show.
"On this disk, the Beatles have become made of dinosaur bones, and their sounds will play again and again up to the end."
"While some submitted to a fate of rereading, others went online to quench their burning thirst for more of Harry's adventures and take part in the tradition of fan fiction."
"My mom doesn’t understand heartbreak because she’s never had her heart broken. She’s always been the one to break hearts, the one to close the door on people, the one to say goodbye."
In the spirit of play, I aspire to create a type of digital gallery of my own material book markers to highlight tension within the device's evolving-toward-immaterial definition in digital spaces, and observe its anachronistic practice.
"We are hardwired to see patterns, to create explanations, to find meaning, and we do this through constructing narrative."
"Depression seeps into your body and sits like a weight on your chest and your head, on every part of you—even the parts you’ve never known."
If the ideas presented within a song relate to the form of the song itself, how would the meaning or interpretation of the song change if it was recycled into a new media?
"When I first heard 'Spirit in the Night' live, I thought Bruce was playing it wrong. Turns out I just liked my dad’s version better."
"In both of my pink bibles, I hunted for knowledge, for evidence, for legitimacy. Would I have reached for that baby pink illustrated children’s bible if it had been a brown book of coarse pages?"