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Sounds from the modem’s peripheries – Luigi Monteanni

By: Luigi Monteanni & Matteo Pennesi (Artetetra) Sounds from the Modem’s Peripheries A survey of the transglobal digital underground Keywords: music; underground; transnational; folklore; temporalities ChaseDigit4l · Sounds from the Modem's Peripheries Mix Tracklist Mix Description “Sounds from the modem’s peripheries” is Artetetra’s non exhaustive survey of the developing transglobal, digital underground. Through the mixtape […]

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A sentence that will produce a line of text is not its own sentence at all – Kelly Wu

By: Kelly Wu A sentence that will produce a line of text is not its own sentence at all. Keywords: AI; oranges; friends; Google; texting Why think, when the AI can do that for me?  How much of our time should we spend taking selfies, speaking to our devices, making playlists on Spotify, etc.? Hours

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AI, Myth and Metaphor – Ben Potter

By: Ben Potter AI, Myth and Metaphor What’s the ‘Intelligence’ in Artificial Intelligence? Keywords: artificial intelligence; GPT-3; myth; metaphor; communication Introduction: Welcome to the Future What does the future of Artificial Intelligence look like? Firstly, we will have much more data available to us. We’ll have sensors of every sort, embedded in all kinds of

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When the Dust Settles – Nicky Broekhuysen & Mine Kaplangi

By Nicky Broekhuysen & Mine Kaplangi When the Dust Settles An unsettled experimentation on a 2016 exhibition The Digital Archaeologist Keywords: media archaeology; binary code; collaboration; digital archive; experimentation I have realised that there is no final ‘ordered end point’ rather there is just the space through which one passes on the journey to discovering

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Computational Constructions of Time and Deep Futures in John F. Simon’s Every Icon (1997) – Katherine Mitchell

By: Katherine Mitchell Computational Constructions of Time and Deep Futures in John F. Simon’s Every Icon (1997) A media philosophy of (deep) time Keywords: temporality; computation; obsolescence; internet; aesthetics In an age of rapid technological obsolescence and pervasive discourse on communication technologies’ phenomenological annihilation of time and space stands a body of media theory preoccupied

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Air Raid Camera Roll – Clemens Poole

By: Clemens Poole AIR ALARM CAMERA ROLL Keywords: Ukraine; Lviv; war, war photography, digital practice Project Statement Russia’s invasion of Ukraine plays tricks with time. War compresses aspects of the past and flattens expanses of the present. There are, of course, the grand narratives; the past is brought back, or projected into an imperial future

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Towards a fourfold digital weaver theory: notes on a past-future praxis – Karl Logge

By: Karl Logge Towards a fourfold digital weaver theory: notes on a past-future praxis Keywords: Weird design, Weird digital, Weaver Theory, Speculative Fourfolding Cyborg informatics, recrafting bodies / Artificial intelligence, C31 operations codingMultiple databases, umbilical network / Breath engine, indestructible heart…We are the first to program your future / We are the first of cyber-

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