Diann Bauer, visual artist and Digital Earth mentor, shares with us her research at Cern, on the work of Carlo Rovelli and the question of Xenotemporality.
In this short text, South-African artist Francois Knoetze presents his most recent film work and research, Core Dump.
Moses Serubiri and Halima Haruna discuss terminologies of the psychic and the planetary and their cultural relations in Black and African scholarship.
Ugandan sci-fi film maker Dilman Dila brings us to the backstage of his latest movie Akoota, sharing with us the personal stories and socio-political motives behind his project while interrogating the complex relation between local knowledge systems and the colonial trauma.
A look-back at the Ashkal Alwan x Digital Earth Symposium in Beirut
If we think of trust as a physical concept, it becomes immediately apparent that it has intensive and extensive qualities. On the one hand, the feeling of trust - its perception, its experience, its affect, and its emotion - is subjective, customized, and personal. By Nishant Shah
The Social Credit System (SCS) is an effort to quantify and digitalise trust. Built on top of a financial credit system, it is expanding well beyond that foundation. But this digitalisation of trust is neither exclusive to China, nor has a sudden appearance. By Valia Fetisov