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Extremo-Files

This document is part of my ongoing investigation into organizational and biological systems​. I am intrigued by the possibility that decentralist eco-centric technology might take over, reclaiming its pre-human domin​ation.

Taking the form of a fictional scientific white paper, ​Extremo-Files explores the aesthetics of the machine-readable world — particularly​ the​ cell, or particle trackers in microbiology — as well as alien sightings. Both can be seen as methods for reading (or writing) the future or tracing organizational choreographies.

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Download Extremo-Files (1.7 MB).

Thank you: Manus Nijhoff and Amedea Perfumo.

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Jenna Sutela

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2018-02-06T03:05:45+00:00February 6th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |
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