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4004

July 2021

4004 creates a link between the explosion of techno-capitalism, the acceleration of climate change and resulting decline of essential ecosystems. The title, 4004, is the name of the first commercial microprocessor created for the Intel Corporation in 1971. Joana Moll aims to establish a connection between the exponential growth of the microprocessor and the decline in both number and diversity of species – in particular insects. Over the duration of the exhibition, the insects will be gradually and generatively superseded by microprocessors reflecting not only on the slow decimation of ecologies, but also the difficulty of visibly representing climate change.

Launch Project
09/03/21

Letterlocking Unlocking history through automated virtual unfolding of sealed documents imaged by X-ray microtomography....

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11/04/20

Calm Technology IMPAKT Festival 2019 Panel discussion: Calm Technology Speakers: Olia Lialina, David Benqué & Cristina Cochior....

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27/01/20

There is one other aspect to Prineville that made it an ideal location for Facebook’s facility. In 1911, when railroads were...

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28/08/19

An article from the NYT Privacy Project on the The Racist History of Facial Recognition. Starting with early scientific facial...

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23/05/19

It’s easy to take for granted that you can send a picture to a friend without worrying about what device, browser, or operating...

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Nonhuman Photography: An Interview with Joanna Zylinska [PART II]

February 2019

In this second excerpt of her interview with Andrew Dewdney, Joanna Zylinska talks about representation and post-photography while she reflects on archival as well as institutional practices in the age of the Anthropocene. As she mentions: "I am trying to develop sets of relations between images and practices across time, across species, across technologies, and identify certain old tropes that are returning today. I would like to think that my mode of looking, which involves placing images along those deep-historical lines, is also a way of showing why photography matters".

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An interview with Morehshin Allahyari

September 2017

Maria Rosario Montero interviews Morehshin Allahyari on the occasion of the latter's commission 'She Who Sees the Unknown: Ya'Jooj Ma'Jooj' at The Photographers' Gallery Media Wall (2017). Allahyari discusses digital colonialism as a core concept in her work as well as the agency of feminist and activist practices using 3D scanning, 3D printing and storytelling.

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22/05/17

She Who Sees the Unknown, Ya’jooj Majooj Artist Moreshin Allahyari who works with 3D scanning and printing and Iranian...

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14/02/17

HITO STEYERL. This reminds me of the late 19th century, where there were a lot of scientific efforts being invested into...

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03/12/16

How have these places managed to transform from monuments to atrocity and resistance into concrete clickbait?

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21/10/16

A Facial Recognition Project Report : Woodrow Wilson Bledsoe : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive

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