Salmon: A Red Herring by Cooking Sections Review by Oscar Salguero

2022-07-07T12:43:38+02:00

“In the realm of colour, chemical colour, synthetic colour, nothing remains the same as it was yesterday.” - Esther Leslie [Synthetic Worlds] In the ocean your global positioning is in constant fluctuation. If you are salmon in the wild a krill appeals to you. It is pure sustenance. Carotenoids that tint float, draw you in… “Crustaceans swimming at 63°29’19.8”N,

Salmon: A Red Herring by Cooking Sections Review by Oscar Salguero2022-07-07T12:43:38+02:00

The Feels – Time Capsule Contribution by Peter Joosten

2022-02-01T20:36:41+01:00

Kofi shuffles forward. ‘你好吗?’ asks the mango seller. Kofi's earbuds translate it instantly. "I'm fine, thank you," he replies. He gives the seller a few coins. Five Bolga, the local currency of Bolgatanga, a small town in northern Ghana. Kofi cuts a few notches in the mango with a Swiss army knife. He pops the pit out. He scoops out the flesh with a spoon. Deliciously juicy and

The Feels – Time Capsule Contribution by Peter Joosten2022-02-01T20:36:41+01:00

LMX UNLIMITED Lookbook

2022-07-07T12:44:25+02:00

Review by Oscar Salguero May 19, 2021 Outside the window, a mask is not an unusual sight. I am stuck at home, scrolling, when I stumble upon an Instagram post Instagram post that was later deleted (or archived) as of December 24, 2021 of a woman wearing an elaborated red mask, 105 likes, organic looking, 3D printed, lush... It is #covidcouture, an ode to viral protection

LMX UNLIMITED Lookbook2022-07-07T12:44:25+02:00

PROTOPLASMIC FLOW

2022-07-07T12:49:34+02:00

The Symbiocene Anthology is a series of alternative artists books reviews by Oscar Salguero relating to the way in which we adapt or immerse ourselves into a post-anthropocene reality. Coined by philosopher Glenn Albrecht, the Symbiocene appeals to a new generation of humans aiming for symbiotic possibilities with nature and the various entities with whom we share this planet. This is the first review of the series,

PROTOPLASMIC FLOW2022-07-07T12:49:34+02:00

Are you sold yet? – By Timo Kats

2021-12-24T16:41:36+01:00

To investigate the impact of Artificial Intelligence in the media landscape, ACED has initiated the Reverb Channel programme, a trans-disciplinary programme where artists, data scientists and media professionals can carry out investigative experiments and share results to evoke debate with the field and the general public. In collaboration with dr. Peter van der Putten and Timo Kats of the LIACS institute of Leiden University, we investigated whether

Are you sold yet? – By Timo Kats2021-12-24T16:41:36+01:00

Oversaturation of information and interdisciplinary solutions with Jasmijn Visser

2021-12-24T16:44:50+01:00

Text: Augustina Lavickaite | ACED The urge to understand, organize, and structurize the world around us has been part of human existence for as long as we are aware. Complex algorithms, such as programs for self-driving cars, or groups of elementary ones, such as primitive rituals of sacrifice, are examples of actions intended to understand and control the future. As our experience and knowledge of the surroundings

Oversaturation of information and interdisciplinary solutions with Jasmijn Visser2021-12-24T16:44:50+01:00

Oversaturation of information and interdisciplinary solutions with Irene Stracuzzi

2021-12-24T16:45:31+01:00

Text: Augustina Lavickaite | ACED The urge to understand, organize, and structurize the world around us has been part of human existence for as long as we are aware. Complex algorithms, such as programs for self-driving cars, or groups of elementary ones, such as primitive rituals of sacrifice, are examples of actions intended to understand and control the future. As our experience and knowledge of the surroundings

Oversaturation of information and interdisciplinary solutions with Irene Stracuzzi2021-12-24T16:45:31+01:00

Oversaturation of information and interdisciplinary solutions with Stijn Postema

2021-12-24T16:48:18+01:00

Text: Augustina Lavickaite | ACED The urge to understand, organize, and structurize the world around us has been part of human existence for as long as we are aware. Complex algorithms, such as programs for self-driving cars, or groups of elementary ones, such as primitive rituals of sacrifice, are examples of actions intended to understand and control the future. As our experience and knowledge of the surroundings

Oversaturation of information and interdisciplinary solutions with Stijn Postema2021-12-24T16:48:18+01:00
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