Final presentacion of the IMAGIT project

May 9th 2017 - Ricson

Open session with the current residents of the Critical Interface Politics research group on May 9th at 19’00 h. Data & Interfaces: Invisible storytelling in the age of algorithmic governance.

It is assumed that grand narratives are ineffective today in an age of “post-ideology”. But even in a world said to be run by algorithms, data and interfaces, story is key in locking people into the grid. So much has been said about control through gamification but much too little is discussed of the role of story. During this session Vladan Joler and Gabriel S Moses, former and current residents of the Critical Interface Politics research group, will address this issues and more by presenting and discussing the outcomes of the research & artistic residencies that they carried out within the European framework IMAGIT at Hangar.

Participants: Vladan Joler, Gabriel S Moses, Adam Etzion, Critical Interface Politics research group.

 

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