Josh Mason                   





The Computer Has Been Drinking
Sept 2020

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A spiritual companion, that no one asked for, to Nathan McLaughlin's The Refrigerator Is Emotional︎︎︎

The computer has been drinking,
And we let it.
It cradles our histories
In however many millions of colors,
And we forgive.
It hears us, though we do not hear ourselves,
And we forget.
It groans under the weight
Of our petulance,
And we simply do not care.
It cries for help (remind me later.)
It screams for a surge (go to sleep.)



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Edition 50
Mastered
by Andrew Weathers
Artwork and Design
by Josh Mason
Filed under:
Cassette, Digital

L+
Dec 2018

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L+ is a full circle. A dusting off of epistemological ideas previously (and haphazardly) explored as a younger person. A cleaning out of the proverbial closet. Wisdom from a t-shirt.


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Label Dauw (BE)
Edition 100
Mastered by Ian Hagwood
Design by Femke Strijbol
Filed under:
Cassette, Digital

Alone In The Kingdom
Mar 2015

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A rumination on human interactions in a digital world. Alone In The Kingdom was created entirely by digital means and presents a lonely and isolated take on modern relationships.

We would miss out on things all the time, and be better people because of it. There didn’t used to be a need to know. No urgency. No emergency. You knew only what you needed to know in that moment, and the Marble kept spinning. I can no longer remember what it was like to be lost in a moment. To be surprised and confused by my own ignorance. Once in a while you’d run into someone by chance. You’d stumble upon treasure.



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Label Sunshine Ltd. (FL)
Edition
50
Artwork and Design
by Josh Mason
Filed under:
Cassette, Digital

Timecode Beach
Nov 2012

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I grew up on a barrier island in a small town on the east coast of Florida and have very specific memories of that place and the people there. Timecode Beach is a musing on a location crisis and issues relating to a 'past-negative/positive' time perspective.


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Label Digitalis (OK)
Edition
50
Art Direction
by Josh Mason
Filed under:
Cassette, Digital




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My wristwatch is broken, but my life is repaired.