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  • Cold War/Cold World

    Contributed essay ‘Mutually Accelerating Demands’ to this publication edited by Amanda Beech, Robin MacKay, and James Wiltgen. Contributors include Éric Alliez, Maurizio Lazzarato, Amanda Beech, Robin Mackay, Christine Wertheim, Brian Evenson, Reza Negarestani, Joshua Johnson, and Patricia Reed.

    Urbanomic
    Publication
    September 30, 2017
  • The Demons’ Butterfly Collection: Roman Frigg on Modelling Dynamic Systems

    Online report based on conversation between OfAC and philosopher of science Roman Frigg on complexity and modelling at the Tate Britain. Including audio and supplementary article and illustrations provided by myself.

    Office for Applied Complexity
    Online
    August 08, 2017
  • Images, Information, and Meaning Report

    Report including video and other material from an event I organized in conjuction with OfAC in 2016 at Miguel Abreu Gallery. With writer and artist Claire Lehmann, philosopher Peter Wolfendale, and artist Pieter Schoolwerth. We examine the historical, technical, and philosophical aspects of image production and perception

    Office for Applied Complexity
    Online
    August 08, 2017

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Projects

  • Xtrotecture

    Xtrotecture is project which examines the simultaneous local and global presence of Lower Manhattan in an age of late-capitalism, technological acceleration, and the Anthropocene. How do we envisage the city now, and what potential strategies are available for confronting these contemporary aporias?

  • Office for Applied Complexity

    OfAC is a online platform created by Diann Bauer, Victoria Ivanova, Joshua Johnson, Suhail Malik, Keith Tilford, and Natalia Zuluaga which organizes and communicates the latest scientific and philosophical discussion through creative strategies.

  • Uberty

    Uberty is a resource and research hub indexing documents and media related to New Rationalism, Accelerationism, and other developing theory and practices.

  • Fixing the Future

    Taking up strategies in economics, theory, philosophy, and art, Fixing the Future looks to provide useful alternatives for thinking the future again, and to do so as an imperative. Collaboration with Diann Bauer, Suhail Malik, Keith Tilford, and Mohammad Salemy.

  • Dark Trajectories: Politics of the Outside

    Published by [NAME] in 2013, Dark Trajectories is a volume of philosophy with contributions by Levi Bryant, Gean Moreno, Reza Negarestani, Benjamin Noys, Nick Srnicek, Christian Thorne, Alex Williams, and Ben Woodard.

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