07.05, Speculative Futures
Superior Forms of Corruption: Xenofeminist Ways of Building a World from Scraps
Revising the split between the natural and the artificial, xenofeminism offers ways of constructing a viable future from former spaces of violence and inhibition.
13.12.2019, Speculative Futures
Black Natures: Enframing the Natural as Technological
Seeing through natures, we may find the black artefacts of the technosphere.
22.11.2019, Speculative Futures
Fake News, Automation & the Future of Journalism
A look at the impact of automation and artificial intelligence in the construction and consumption of news.
17.10.2019, Speculative Futures
A Lost Cyber Utopia: What Happened to the Soviet Internet?
Exploring Soviet cybernetics as an alternative narrative of the future.
09.04.2019, Speculative Futures
Post-human narratives from the heart of the Urals
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.
23.10.2018, Speculative Futures
Can automation of bureaucracy redefine what it means to be a citizen?
Project Seiche explores evolving notions of citizenship and sovereignty in the context of overlapping jurisdiction, global circulation, and rapid urbanization.
15.08.2018, Speculative Futures
Geocinema: Filming at planetary scale
What if billions of cell phones, CCTV cameras, and satellites were used as one camera?
11.07.2018, Speculative Futures
AI taking control of food chain
As automation is gradually transforming agriculture, what would happen if artificial intelligence learned to farm and cook?