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Previously made in 2017. Shown for the first time at Het Nieuwe Instituut during The Common Inn, as part of its Thursday Night Live program.
For many years, the keyboard of Miron Galić’s iMac has been home to an entity named Dokgf. During its time in Miron’s keyboard, Dokgf would occasionally borrow Miron’s body, voice, and built-in-iMac-camera in order to tell stories about, for example, the places where identity, history, and computer technology meet. Dokgf speaks in a language named QWERTY; The entity has been inhabiting Miron’s keyboard for so long, it now confuses the order of our Latin alphabet with the order of the keys on our QWERTY keyboard(s).