Watched Over By Algorithms: transmediale 2015

Interacting with the world today involves an implicit agreement to be analysed, and not only by surveillance cameras, self-tracking mobile devices, and browser cookies, but increasingly by algorithms created to monitor and predict a trajectory of our behaviour. Our gaze is captured

The FBB Dialogue

In October 2014 Nida Art Colony was a home and studio for a group of artists and scientists from the world working on issues of biotechnology, biopolitics and similar issues in the framework of Food-Biotechnology-Biocoloniality (FBB) residency. The result of

Flash interview: Mindaugas Gapševičius on post-digital

“The definition of post-digital suggests it has a feature of hybridity, a balance of physical and virtual. Aside from the hybridisation, we can point to the generation born in the 1990s, who do not remember times without computers; the “digital”

Moussaka, tamales and the story of the desired banana

Among us all there are feeders and there are eaters. Most of us are eaters – but only some of us are feeders. In Oslo, at the Migrating Art Academies Food / Biotechnologies / NeoColonialism workshop in May 2014, most

Illegal Aesthetics: blowing the art out of Tallinn

Hijacking the Ptarmigan practice over the first quarter of 2013 is Illegal Aesthetics, an ongoing laboratory executed within the Migrating Art Academies framework www.migaa.eu, purse-snatching for interrogation the very scope of art’s social domain. How far can critique be constrained by

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