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Staying Alive. A “wunderkammer” of disaster solutions

Staying Alive. A “wunderkammer” of disaster solutions

SulSolSal’s Staying Alive is part a “wunderkammer,” and part a survival guide that collects some of the most interesting or tongue-in-cheek attempts to respond to the ongoing climate of impending doom
High Static, Dead Lines. A book about the spooky resonances of communication technology

High Static, Dead Lines. A book about the spooky resonances of communication technology

Media historian and artist Kristen Gallerneaux weaves a literary mix tape that explores the entwined boundaries between sound, material culture, landscape and esoteric belief
Genetically Modified Generation (Designer Babies)

Genetically Modified Generation (Designer Babies)

An installation of 3Dp printed babies, by Pinar Yoldas, considers the societal impact of a gene editing tool that might in the future allow some of us to tweak human DNA and ‘play god’ with future
Global Control And Censorship. A quick tour of the RIXC festival exhibition

Global Control And Censorship. A quick tour of the RIXC festival exhibition

Surveillance and censorship are mutually dependent; they cannot be viewed separately
Halletmek. The Turkish art of speeding up design processes

Halletmek. The Turkish art of speeding up design processes

In the streets of Istanbul, people improvise repairs, upgrades and improvements with craft, any cheap material available and a lot of ingenuity. It might not looks very sophisticated but it’s fast,
Global control, macho technology and the Krampus. Notes from the RIXC Open Fields conference

Global control, macho technology and the Krampus. Notes from the RIXC Open Fields conference

Hybrid war, fake-news, post-trough, surveillance, immersion and artificial intelligence – these are just a few of critical topics that were discussed and explored during this year’s RIXC Festival
Genesis. Hacking extremophiles

Genesis. Hacking extremophiles

I talked with artist and designer Xandra van der Eijk about space mining without the need to leave the Earth and about controlling or being controlled by microorganisms
The epic task of breeding fruit flies for life on Titan

The epic task of breeding fruit flies for life on Titan

Gracie's experimental breeding programme aims to gradually recreate, in an enclosed habitat, the atmospheric conditions found on Titan and make sure that the common fly would slowly acclimate to it
No Man’s Land. Natural Spaces, Testing Grounds

No Man’s Land. Natural Spaces, Testing Grounds

National parks, reserves and other forms of sanctuarization of nature are often adopted as a measure to protect territories from the detrimental impact of human activity. This exhibition brought
Crises of labour, language and behaviour. An interview with Jeremy Hutchison

Crises of labour, language and behaviour. An interview with Jeremy Hutchison

Hutchison's artworks include canvases involving BOTH an investment banker and an Occupy protestor, an exhibition orchestrated by members of the Sapporo Police Department, a video starring employees of
On thrombolites and other victims of human folly

On thrombolites and other victims of human folly

French artistic duo Art Orienté Objet attempted to save one of the earliest forms of life on earth from environmental disaster
Arriba! A tropical time capsule in Antarctica

Arriba! A tropical time capsule in Antarctica

"Arriba!" is a cocoa plant shipped from the Ecuador Amazonian rainforest, enclosed inside a temperature-controlled container and displayed on top of an Antarctic glacier
Faceless. Re-inventing Privacy Through Subversive Media Strategies

Faceless. Re-inventing Privacy Through Subversive Media Strategies

The book documents creative strategies by artists, fashion designers and other media users to become virtually faceless for aesthetic, fetishist or resistance purposes
Phantom Islands – A Sonic Atlas

Phantom Islands – A Sonic Atlas

Poised between cartographical fact and maritime fiction, phantom islands haunted seafarers’ maps for hundreds of years, inspiring legends and counterfactual histories. Phantom Islands – A Sonic Atlas
Sonic Agency. Sound and Emergent Forms of Resistance

Sonic Agency. Sound and Emergent Forms of Resistance

In a world dominated by the visual, could contemporary resistances be auditory?
Treebour. Do we pay trees fairly for the immaterial labour they perform for us?

Treebour. Do we pay trees fairly for the immaterial labour they perform for us?

A sound work in which three anthropomorphised ‘trees’ personify the different kinds of work trees are required to do in contemporary society
The God Trick. An exhibition explores the possibility of a more bio-centric society

The God Trick. An exhibition explores the possibility of a more bio-centric society

An exhibition at the Parco Arte Vivente, Turin’s experimental centre for Living Arts, aims to offer new perspectives and lines of inquiry about the Anthropocene
Carnevale. Because pigs deserve piñatas and fruit machines too

Carnevale. Because pigs deserve piñatas and fruit machines too

Artists Andrea Roe and Cath Keay collaborated with animal behaviour experts to create toys and playful experiences for farmed pigs
Economia: Methods for Reclaiming Economy

Economia: Methods for Reclaiming Economy

The book "combines artistic explorations, biological theories and perspectives from the social realm" to investigate how the current economic model could be reshaped
Psychanalysis of the international airport

Psychanalysis of the international airport

Stéphane Degoutin and Gwenola Wagon have investigated and condensed the schizophrenia of international airports in performances, research and more recently in a book