, Jara Rocha
, Femke Snelting
, et al.Blanca Pujals, Sina Seifee, Nicolas Malevé, Simone C. Niquille, Jara Rocha, Maria Dada, Phil Langley, Helen V. Pritchard, [10 More...]
3D computation has historically co-evolved with Modern technosciences, and aligned with the regimes of optimisation, normalisation and hegemonic world order. The legacies and projections of industrial development leave traces of that imaginary and tell the stories of a lively tension between “the probable” and “the possible”. Defined as the techniques for measuring volumes, volumetrics all too easily (re)produce and accentuate the probable, and this process is intensified within the technocratic realm of contemporary hyper-computation. The ubiquity of efficient operations is deeply damaging in the way it gradually depletes the world of all possibility for engagement, interporousness and lively potential. Volumetric ...