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(Left) Thomas Locher, Gestell, 1990. (Right) Thomas Locher, A.1 - Z.2, 1989.
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Ana Teixeira Pinto

Long before post-internet aesthetics and ubiquitous networking began to overhumanize technology, men in gray flannel suits were the standard metaphor for the dehumanizing nature of corporate technocracy. This expression, which swiftly became vernacular, stems from a 1955 novel by Sloan Wilson, The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit, describing the... continue reading
“New Dawn”

SILBERKUPPE, Berlin

View of “New Dawn,” Silberkuppe, Berlin, 2014.
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Natasha Ginwala

When foraging for food in the wild, orangutans conduct an intriguing ritual known as the “fruit stare.”(1) It unleashes a mimetic contract hinged upon intentionality and co-presence. What makes the tree surrender its fruit? The practiced stare of the orangutan coaxes it into interdependency—and possibly, divulgence—while registering a temporal circuit... continue reading

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