To create Inside I, Catherine Siller wrote a computer program that randomly chooses three words, each from one of three curated lists. The program also generates sound: a combination of static, a tone reminiscent of a disconnected telephone, and randomly spaced clicks.
Catherine Siller is an artist and performer whose work explores the relationship between digitally mediated language and body/identity. She uses custom software to remix text and to create interactive programs that allow her and/or viewers to physically engage with language. The language itself frequently slips nonsensically between descriptions of a human body and a body of text, between descriptions of the act of sensing and the act of making sense.