13.08.2020, The Revenge of the Real
Anna Dorothea Ker on digital disruption in service of freedom.
Strelka Mag recommends a recent book about the new relationships between states, citizens, and the stateless, all of which are made possible by emerging technologies.
Art historians Leonardo Dellanoce and Arthur Steiner co-initiate a research program to map the technological complexity of the planet, working with artists and designers from across Asia and Africa.
Does our constant connection to Facebook and Instagram change our perception of time? Can the use of social platforms be seen as a cinematic experience? Read the new essay by Metahaven to find out.
A Rotterdam-based architecture firm offers a wooden alternative to the future of Russian mass housing.
Examining photography as part of the digital infrastructure that permeates our everyday lives
MIT and Unicef resort to artificial intelligence to raise awareness about the harsh realities of war-ravaged zones
Architects reconstruct tragic events to expose crimes and human rights violations
It's often referred to as a surveillance state, but things just got even more intense in China
Learn how our vocabulary and language can actively shape the world around us
What you can learn from a product designer at Google, an expert from Twitter’s Trust and Safety department, a UX designer at Red Antler, and the developer of the popular game Dots
Machines have learned to see better than ever. What might this mean for urbanism?
The first thing to understand about the “Internet of Things” is that it’s not about Things on the Internet
Let’s think of programming languages as materials in the same way that we think of physical materials that we can form into something to be experienced
Where to look for hundreds of kilometres of cables underground and how to protect Moscow from cyberattacks
On the alternatives to smart cities, test-bed urbanism, and the possibility of replacing conventional statistics with big data
Strelka graduates propose applying online management practices to managing the city
Designer Nicolay Boyadjiev was interviewed about his student project “Google Urbanism” by The Fast Company. With their permission Strelka Magazine publishes the full version