HOLLAND, Massachusetts — The use of electronic signals for instantaneous, mediated communication began with the telegraph, intensified with the telephone, and today flourishes across the internet. It would not be hyperbole to say that physical proximity is no longer essential to social exchange. And yet, amid the brisk technological changes of our time, our bodies (our physiological hardware, so to speak) remain effectively constant. What mirrors the pace of technology, rather, is the shape of our behavior.Continue Reading →
James Cunning Holland is an artist and writer based in Western Massachusetts, whose work crosses disciplinary boundaries, combining movement, kinesthetic disciplines, and visual art forms. Holland presently teaches digital and performance art at Eastern Connecticut State University.