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State to Stateless Machines: A Trajectory By James Bridle
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James Bridle (one of Wired magazine’s 100 most influential people in Europe) is an artist and writer working across technologies and disciplines. In 2018, he curated the exhibition and... More > conference Transnationalisms, produced by Aksioma in the framework of the international cooperation project State Machines. Bridle has spent the recent years researching citizenship-by-investment and related technologies: special economic zones and free trade areas, freeports and seasteads, blockchain and other supposedly emancipatory but inhuman and asset-based protocols for identity management. At every level, the mass movement of peoples and the rise of planetary-scale computation is changing the way we think and understand national identity. The state as we know it is coming to an end: in this essay, starting from the increasing exchange of national identities available to the very rich, the author draws the trajectory of State to stateless machine.< Less
State to Stateless Machines: A Trajectory By James Bridle
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James Bridle (one of Wired magazine’s 100 most influential people in Europe) is an artist and writer working across technologies and disciplines. In 2018, he curated the exhibition and... More > conference Transnationalisms, produced by Aksioma in the framework of the international cooperation project State Machines. Bridle has spent the recent years researching citizenship-by-investment and related technologies: special economic zones and free trade areas, freeports and seasteads, blockchain and other supposedly emancipatory but inhuman and asset-based protocols for identity management. At every level, the mass movement of peoples and the rise of planetary-scale computation is changing the way we think and understand national identity. The state as we know it is coming to an end: in this essay, starting from the increasing exchange of national identities available to the very rich, the author draws the trajectory of State to stateless machine.< Less
The Siege on Citizenship By James Bridle
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“The cloud renders geography irrelevant,” writes James Bridle, “until you realize that everything that matters, everything that means you don’t die, is based not only on which... More > passport you possess, but on a complex web of definitions of what constitutes that passport.” The case of Mohamed Sakr, a man deprived of his UK citizenship and later killed by a US drone, shows how such definitions are constantly under attack. James Bridle is a writer and artist based in London whose work examines the intersection of culture and technology. This pamphlet is published by the Walker Art Center as part of its online Artist Op-Eds series, an ongoing project inviting artists in all disciplines to respond through writing to events in the news. See more at wac.mn/artist-opeds< Less
Drone Shadow Handbook By James Bridle
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Drones - unmanned aerial vehicles - are becoming ubiquitous, yet remain almost invisible. This is a guide to drawing them.
Od State Machines Do Stateless Machines: Trajektorija By James Bridle
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James Bridle (po oceni revije Wired eden od stotih najvplivnejših ljudi v Evropi) je umetnik in publicist, ki deluje na področjih različnih tehnologij in disciplin. Leta 2018 je... More > kuriral razstavo in konferenco Transnacionalizmi, ki ju je producirala Aksioma v okviru projekta State Machines. V preteklih nekaj letih se je ukvarjal z raziskovanjem državljanstva v zameno za naložbo in povezanih tehnologij: posebnih ekonomskih con in prostotrgovinskih območij, prostih pristanišč in plavajočih bivališč, verig blokov in drugih domnevno emancipatornih, a neizogibno nečloveških in na premoženju zasnovanih protokolov za upravljanje identitete. Množično gibanje ljudstev in rast globaliziranih algoritmov na vseh ravneh spreminjata način, na katerega razmišljamo in razumemo nacionalno identiteto. Država, kot jo poznamo, se bliža koncu: avtor esej začne pri naraščajoči izmenjavi nacionalnih identitet, ki je na voljo zelo bogatim, in oriše trajektorijo od state machines do stateless machines.< Less
Od state machines do stateless machines: trajektorija By James Bridle
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Prints in 3-5 business days
James Bridle (po oceni revije Wired eden od stotih najvplivnejših ljudi v Evropi) je umetnik in publicist, ki deluje na področjih različnih tehnologij in disciplin. Leta 2018 je... More > kuriral razstavo in konferenco Transnacionalizmi, ki ju je producirala Aksioma v okviru projekta State Machines. V preteklih nekaj letih se je ukvarjal z raziskovanjem državljanstva v zameno za naložbo in povezanih tehnologij: posebnih ekonomskih con in prostotrgovinskih območij, prostih pristanišč in plavajočih bivališč, verig blokov in drugih domnevno emancipatornih, a neizogibno nečloveških in na premoženju zasnovanih protokolov za upravljanje identitete. Množično gibanje ljudstev in rast globaliziranih algoritmov na vseh ravneh spreminjata način, na katerega razmišljamo in razumemo nacionalno identiteto. Država, kot jo poznamo, se bliža koncu: avtor esej začne pri naraščajoči izmenjavi nacionalnih identitet, ki je na voljo zelo bogatim, in oriše trajektorijo od state machines do stateless machines.< Less
Ouranophobia or the Right to Be Forgotten By Mirthe Berentsen
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Invisible flying machines are in the skies above us, remotely controlled, led by software, suspended between wonder and terror. For the artist and writer James Bridle “the drone stands in part... More > for the network itself: an invisible, inherently connected technology making possible sight and action at a distance”. To be aware of “the cloud” we are living in is a matter of power and to make the network visible is a recurrent concern in Bridle’s work. Writer and critic Mirthe Berentsen starts from here to write a fictional futuristic short story about drones, death and digital post mortem life. Can we be reassumed by our digital legacy? Does our individuality correspond to the data we have left behind in chats, text messages, social networks? These are questions we should think about.< Less
Ouranophobia or the right to be forgotten By Mirthe Berentsen
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Invisible flying machines are in the skies above us, remotely controlled, led by software, suspended between wonder and terror. For the artist and writer James Bridle “the drone stands in part... More > for the network itself: an invisible, inherently connected technology making possible sight and action at a distance”. To be aware of “the cloud” we are living in is a matter of power and to make the network visible is a recurrent concern in Bridle’s work. Writer and critic Mirthe Berentsen starts from here to write a fictional futuristic short story about drones, death and digital post mortem life. Can we be reassumed by our digital legacy? Does our individuality correspond to the data we have left behind in chats, text messages, social networks? These are questions we should think about.< Less
Uranofobija Ali Pravica Do Pozabe By Mirthe Berentsen
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Na nebu nad nami, razpeti med osupljivostjo in grozo, so nevidni leteči stroji, ki jih nadzorujejo od daleč in usmerjajo s pomočjo programske opreme. Umetnik in pisec James Bridle... More > meni, da »brezpilotna letala deloma predstavljajo omrežje kot tako: nevidna, inherentno povezana tehnologija, ki omogoča gledanje in delovanje na daljavo«. Zavedanje, da živimo v »oblaku«, je stvar moči in Bridle se v svojem delu nenehno vrača k razkrivanju omrežja. Avtorica in kritičarka Mirthe Berentsen vzame to kot izhodišče za fiktivno, futuristično kratko zgodbo o brezpilotnih letalih, smrti in digitalnem življenju po smrti. Ali lahko naše mesto zasede naša digitalna zapuščina? Ali se naša individualnost ujema s podatki, ki smo jih pustili za seboj v klepetalnicah, kratkih sporočilih, na družbenih omrežjih? Ta vprašanja so vredna razmisleka.< Less
Uranofobija ali pravica do pozabe By Mirthe Berentsen
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Na nebu nad nami, razpeti med osupljivostjo in grozo, so nevidni leteči stroji, ki jih nadzorujejo od daleč in usmerjajo s pomočjo programske opreme. Umetnik in pisec James Bridle... More > meni, da »brezpilotna letala deloma predstavljajo omrežje kot tako: nevidna, inherentno povezana tehnologija, ki omogoča gledanje in delovanje na daljavo«. Zavedanje, da živimo v »oblaku«, je stvar moči in Bridle se v svojem delu nenehno vrača k razkrivanju omrežja. Avtorica in kritičarka Mirthe Berentsen vzame to kot izhodišče za fiktivno, futuristično kratko zgodbo o brezpilotnih letalih, smrti in digitalnem življenju po smrti. Ali lahko naše mesto zasede naša digitalna zapuščina? Ali se naša individualnost ujema s podatki, ki smo jih pustili za seboj v klepetalnicah, kratkih sporočilih, na družbenih omrežjih? Ta vprašanja so vredna razmisleka.< Less

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