Erik Anton Reinhardt
Congratulations, 1000% Entrepreneurial Potential
Adel Akram Alameddine
Guide for Electromagnetic Listening
have to because I want to because I
Homo Sympoiesis. Brain to Nature Interfaces in the Novacene
Juan Pablo Gaviria Bedoya
Neurons in the Machine // Human Intelligence Task
Queer Forms of Life - Interconnected Nature
André Santos Martins
WE WILL NOT BE SILENT / 私たちは黙らない
Felix Müller — A/D VIRUS
Carte Blanche — Summer 2022
Digitization transforms many analog objects or services directly into a digital equivalent. The blind transformation gives away the potential that the digital world has. This results in a purely digital copy of the analogue world. The urban intervention A/D Virus questions this process of digitization without looking for solutions. Thematically, the work deals with the contrasts and similarities between digital and analogue viruses.
The final project is a chaotic inflatable structure which is based on the research. Attributes from the analog as well as from the digital world merge together into one object. The functionality of A/D Virus is based on the functionality of digital an anlog viruses, which try to infect space and destroy it and make it unusable.