a ghost effect

The labyrinth does not hold still, but because of its unbound nature breaks open binary prisions, prevents any code from finding a resting place ever, from resting in some arrested meaning, forces them into metamorphoses where their configuration is lost, or at least put at risk. It introduces the action of schizogenesis into digital space, multiplying programs by inverting and splitting them: it makes code drunk.

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