Published in Overland Issue Photonic Overland Uncategorized Computers consider Maya Deren Pascalle Burton Pascalle Burton Pascalle Burton is a poet and performer whose work is usually founded in cultural theory and conceptual art. Projects include A Vast Laugh (2008), performances UN/SPOOL (with Nathan Shepherdson), Flight, The Outlandish Watch, Poems by Telephone (2013 QPF Filmmakers award), audio-collage I will say this only once, and installation Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. More by Pascalle Burton 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 30 November 202230 November 2022 Environment The return of public power to Victoria? Zacharias Szumer The newly elected Andrews government has promised to bring public ownership of electricity back to Victoria. However, there are no immediate plans to reinstate the public utility model that prevailed through much of the twentieth century. Rather, a publicly owned renewables company will operate within an electricity market shaped by decades of neoliberal reform. First published in Overland Issue 228 28 November 202229 November 2022 Film Noirvember at the movies: on the pleasures of personal curation Eloise Ross Watching noir all month, in its many transcontinental variants from the past eighty-odd years, really is a fantastic thing to do. I’m finding connections between films that aren’t obvious, or that might not appear to me without the benefit of such programming and framing.