• 00:01 Interdependent research
  • 03:35 Conversational crossroads as a starting point for generating amalgams
  • 05:30 Mapping and DIWO/DIY
  • 08:46 Bitflipping, non-coercive computing, and a hunch about 3D to be explored
  • 13:02 Possible Bodies
  • 15:23 The three axes of Possible Bodies: (X) so-called bodies, (Y) the legacy of volumetric technologies, (Z) the probable and the possible
  • 21:25 Inventory as methodology
  • 26:46 Research and disobedient action
  • 30:36 Languaging
  • 34:29 Item #89: The truthful hairy hominid and the cracks of parametric truth
  • 43:25 The case of Make Human
  • 47:28 Item #117: Fold Out. Detection of “fugitive bodies” in lush borderlands
  • 49:00 G-plates: visualization of plate-tectonic processes and movements. A change of scale
  • 51:27 Texts on the table: Sylvia Wynter, Cassandra Troyan, Sophie Lewis, Helen Prichard, Martino Morandi...
19/05/2022 58' 2''

Spanish

Make Human

We dig up some unreleased fragments of our conversation with researcher and activist Jara Rocha. We talk about research as an interdependent practice and we call for complexity. Along the way, we speculate on non-coercive forms of computation and consider some case studies from the collaborate project Possible Bodies and its spin-off, Underground Division.

Conversation: Anna Irina Russell, Albert Tarrats, Ricardo Cárdenas and Anna Ramos. Script: Anna Irina Russell. Production: Anna Ramos.
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