14.08.2020, The Revenge of the Real
Karen Pinkus and Hans Baumann on the climate crisis, Keynesian “pyramid scheme,” and “viable planetarity.”
What will cities and urban life look like decades from now? Speculating about new and groundbreaking technology, artists from around the world tried to envision the future in a major 3D challenge.
A series of experimental short films produced by Strelka researchers after a field trip to the Urals speculates about a new age where the most strategic actors in the world are non-human.
As automation is gradually transforming agriculture, what would happen if artificial intelligence learned to farm and cook?
Digital afterlife, Arctic currency, society ruled by AI: Seven projects presented at the New Normal showcase
A theorist of architecture and storytelling explains the topic in seven points.
Liam Young and students of The New Normal program took a trip to Murmansk Oblast to speculate on the fate of Russia’s Far North against the backdrop of melting icecaps and the advance of global warming
Algorithms, discourses and “patternocracy” – everything you were never told about “post-truth”
Sydney writer Laura Fisher talks about deeper meanings of land art