In all of my work, I’ve been interested in thinking about human experience in relation to media change. And in particular, since my book New Philosophy for New Media, in relation to media change that involves the increasing operation of domains of experience that are inaccessible to human perception—computational processes that are happening at temporal levels that simply do not correspond to the timeframes of human perceptual experience. For example, when David Rodowick describes the temporal dimension of computational art as the cycling of the computer—so, for him, it’s actually registering, or inscribing, the cycling of the computer—I find this to be interesting rather than problematic—just the opposite of Rodowick…