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/ Alexandra Navratil
Alexandra Navratil, Buoyancy, 2014.
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Aoife Rosenmeyer

A day prior to the opening of Alexandra Navratil’s “Plunge / Soar,” an article appeared in The Economist online suggesting that the low cost of human labor—brought even lower as other automated processes render people redundant—would be the major barrier to the widespread adoption of driverless cars.(1) This interesting—and horrifying—thought has... continue reading

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