Published in Overland Issue Electronic Overland · Uncategorized Real_Time_"1sts!" [or: PanoptiConned Imagery From The Scene] Mez Breeze Real_Time_"1sts!" [or: PanoptiConned Imagery From The Scene] 06:30pm 19/04/2013 EDIT 11:26 EST: A photo of the alleged [double_plus_karma]. EDIT 11:27 EST: A XXXX Male in all black clothing [“first!” “i’m first!”]. EDIT 11:32 EST: XXXXX just reported the shots. No new info there [gamification of criminal activity on a MMO scale]. EDIT 11:33 EST: There was a XXXXX at a near by XXXX (XXXXX Skin XXXXX Male 5′11′ 200lbs, black top). Could be related? [follow the yellow_brick_rabbithole]. EDIT 11:40 EST: XXXXXX reported on the ground screaming/crying. XXXXX that was with her just walked away. [Puppet(masta+mi)Stressing_while Boston_burns]. EDIT 11:42 EST: Image from the scene. Warning blood. [warning:_panoptiConned_+cRowd(y)_sourced_lynchm(sn)obbery]. Read 2 – Post Mez Breeze Not since the work of James Joyce has any one person so creatively explored layers upon layers of dimensional linguistic meaning as the writer/artist Mez Breeze.”’(Séamas Cain at ICIS 2012) Mez Breeze is the Creative Director of Mez Breeze Design (mezbreezedesign.com), an agency which provides boutique digital product and design services (including illustration, text, games, transmedia, and digital interactive media). Mez is also currently an Advisor to The Mixed Augmented Reality Art Research Organisation and is currently Senior Research Affiliate with The Humanities and Critical Code Studies Lab. Mez has shown her ground-breaking creative works widely, and her awards include the 2001 VIF Prize (Germany), the JavaMuseum Artist Of The Year 2001 (Germany), 2002 Newcastle New Media Poetry Prize (Australia), co-winner of the 2006 Site Specific Index Page Competition (Italy) and the Burton Wonderland Gallery Winner 2010 (judged by Hollywood Director Tim Burton). Her works reside in Collections as diverse as The World Bank and the PANDORA Electronic Collection at the National Library of Australia. Duke University have recently extended to Mez an invitation to develop a comprehensive career archive to be housed there at the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library. More by Mez Breeze › Overland is a not-for-profit magazine with a proud history of supporting writers, and publishing ideas and voices often excluded from other places. If you like this piece, or support Overland’s work in general, please subscribe or donate. Related articles & Essays First published in Overland Issue 228 25 September 202325 September 2023 · The university Solidarity but only among managers, or the future of the university sector Hannah Forsyth The process continued during Covid. Jobs were being cut due to the threats posed by the pandemic, yet more scholars were being recruited. Nice people, good at their job. But why are we doing this, we kept asking. Management kept telling us we have a funding crisis (which often turned to a surplus in the end), so why are we also on a hiring spree? All along it looked like it could end badly, for all of us. First published in Overland Issue 228 15 September 2023 · Friday Features Activating the poetic spirit as friendship John Kinsella I’ve always had the aching feeling that—as a text to be shared among friends and maybe eventually ‘enemies’—the soul-body dialogue poem is a way of arguing towards spiritual certainty in the face of earthly corruption and doubt.