Nature is an artifact. No more real than its complement culture, nature is a notion constructed to organize a disorganized world. Derived from mined silicon and metal, digital technology is born of the raw earth as much as it’s coming to replace it—especially as our myopic destruction of the environment necessitates further and further “artificial” interventions. As the concept of nature is pushed to its brink, maybe all that can serve us now is the supernatural. After all, if the reports are right, the Anthropocene can’t last for long.
Notes on Fortnightism
Carson Chan and Gustav Düsing
An architectural response to the pandemic.
Reading the Media
Ep 01 —
Donna Haraway Reads 'The National Geographic'
Paper Tiger Television
How do relationships between human and non-human animals reveal how we think about ourselves?
Ep 03 —
The Institute of Queer Ecology
Mykki Blanco guides us out of our straight, fossil-fuel soaked cocoon.