One peculiar aspect concerning the use of technology formulated by Japanese artists it is shown by the constant interplay between the oneiric (relating to dreams) and science-fiction alike worlds [...]
The 25th edition oftTrasmediale had a concept, "In/compatible", whose title clearly shows that still there is a part of residual in the network-numerical-policy paradigm that several users/ global citizens [...]
"Dark Drives. Uneasy Energies in Technological Times" curated by Jacob Lillemose, has largely complied with these resolutions, which I perceived as a pretty interesting purpose, and brave in their [...]
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