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Visual Poetry 3 Publications in Random Order

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VRDT

Mazosentimiento

Pages
124
Format
A5
Binding
perfect bound
Price
14€
Author
VRDT
Design
turismo vérité

the way you look at yourself in a store window. a small dish by night. how do you steady a table? not saying “slow fuck” or “strong loving” but this doesn’t mean you feel things less than the others do. any decision is an aesthetic act and that’s this book’s subject. photographs, short stories, tags and annotations by @_VRDT_ . living and not trying to make everything look like something.

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Tamara Bastías & Ricardo Altmann

Cartas al Director

Páginas
26
Proceso
Digital sobre papel Roneo 60 grs
Encuadernación
Plaquette. Elástico negro y sobre de PVC Transparente
Autor
Tamara Bastías, Ricardo Altmann
Edición & Diseño
Pablo Castro Zamorano

Cartas al Director es una publicación que recopila el trabajo de Tamara Bastías y Ricardo Altmann, quienes utilizando la borradura y el bloqueo de texto transforman en poemas las cartas de opinión de los lectores que publica el conservador medio impreso de derecha, El Mercurio (Chile)

This publication compiles the work of Tamara Bastías and Ricardo Altmann, who using erasure and blocking of text transform into poems the readers’ opinion letters published by the right-wing conservative newspaper El Mercurio (Chile).

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NXS WORLD

Algorithmic Anxiety – NXS issue #4

Size
38 x 15 cm
Pages
56
Print
Offset
Binding
Staple Binding
Language
English

NXS #4 Algorithmic Anxiety explores the spectrum of algorithmic authority over our lives (whether perceived or not). The contributors question or reveal the inconspicuous influence of algorithms, in their various forms, on our behavioral patterns, emotions, and self perceptions of our position in the world.

Are algorithms really rational and only virtual? Are they better than we are in drawing up a reflection of ourselves? Can they predict our future selves? The intangibility and unclarity of the effects of algorithms on our lives can lead to the uncanny feeling of a loss of control, a sense of frustration and anxiety. Are we at risk of losing our agency to act and think, of being increasingly controlled and programmed through social credit systems, surveillance, and Big Data rankings? Are we on the path towards digitally structured totalitarianism? Control, as well as influence, over future decisions and actions, are after all the goal of pre-emptive algorithmic systems and forms of government. What does that mean for the conception of the autonomous self?

With contributions by:
Arnar Ásgeirsson
Crosslucid
Julie Czerneda
Simon Denny
Ariana Dongus
Wesley Goatley
Quentin Gomzé
Benjamin Edgar Gott
Normunds Grūzītis
Abby Jame
Gwyneth Jones
Colin Koopman
James Massiah
Vector Newman
Nathalie Nguyen
Sabrina Scott
Nishant Shah
Jaeho Shin
avoidstreet
Viktor Timofeev
Veronika Vidø
Coralie Vogelaar